By Julia Valeva, Emil Nankov, Denver Graninger
A better half to historic Thrace provides a sequence of essays that show the newly famous complexity of the social and cultural phenomena of the peoples inhabiting the Balkan outer edge of the Classical world.
• includes a wealthy and particular evaluate of Thracian historical past from the Early Iron Age to past due Antiquity
• comprises contributions from best students within the archaeology, artwork heritage, and basic heritage of Thrace
• Balances attention of fabric proof on the subject of historical Thrace with extra conventional literary sources
• Integrates a learn of Thrace inside of a large context that incorporates the cultures of the jap Mediterranean, southwest Asia, and southeast Europe/Eurasia
• displays the impression of latest theoretical techniques to economic system, ethnicity, and cross-cultural interplay and hybridity in historic Thrace
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Thorough discussion of geography and archaeology of the southwestern coast of the Black Sea. Madzharov, M. 2009. Roman Roads in Bulgaria. Contribution to the Development of Roman Road Systems in the Provinces of Moesia and Thrace. Veliko Tarnovo: Faber. Full review of the evidence for the Roman road network in the modern territory of Bulgaria, although caution is due on individual points. 1 Introduction However Thrace is defined geographically, the ancient Greek literary sources present a region filled with multifarious ethne (sing.
Stronk, Jan P. 1995. The Ten Thousand in Thrace. iii–vi–VII (Amsterdam Classical Monographs 2). Amsterdam: J. C. Gieben. A detailed and profound study offering an excellent understanding of this notable historical event of 400/399 bce and contemporary Thrace, as well as the relationship between Greeks and Thracians. Theodossiev, Nikola. 2011. ” In The Black Sea, Greece, Anatolia and Europe in the First Millennium BC. Dedicated to Jan Bouzek (Colloquia Antiqua 1), edited by Gocha R. Tsetskhladze, 1–60.
He studied in Germany at the universities of Würzburg and Leipzig and defended a doctoral dissertation at Freiburg University, which was subsequently published (Filov 1906). Filov had a brilliant academic career in Bulgaria, but his involvement in policy during the Second World War cost him his life; after the communist coup d’état in 1944, he was sentenced to death by the so‐called “People’s Tribunal” which was imposing communist terror throughout Bulgaria. Filov published a number of fundamental books and articles on various research topics, and is regarded as the founder of Thracian archaeology in Bulgaria.
A Companion to Ancient Thrace by Julia Valeva, Emil Nankov, Denver Graninger