By Emma Bridges
Cultural Responses to the Persian Wars addresses the massive effect on next tradition made by means of the wars fought among historic Persia and Greece within the early 5th century BC. It brings jointly 16 interdisciplinary essays, commonly by means of classical students, on person tendencies in the reception of this era of historical past, extending from the wars' speedy influence on historic Greek historical past to their reception in literature and proposal either in antiquity and within the post-Renaisssance global. generally illustrated and accessibly written, with a close advent and bibliographies, this booklet will curiosity historians, classicists, and scholars of either comparative and glossy literatures.
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