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slave systems of Greek and Roman antiquity

W. L. Westermann

slave systems of Greek and Roman antiquity

by W. L. Westermann

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Published by American Philosophical Society .
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Scheidel, Walter, “ Quantifying the Sources of Slaves in the Early Roman Empire,” Journal of Roman Studies 87 (): – Weaver, P. R. C., Familia Caesaris: A Social Study of the Emperor’s Freedmen and Slaves, Cambridge University Press, Greek Slave Systems in their Eastern Mediterranean Context, c BC David M. Lewis. Presents the first detailed study of Greek slavery in relation to non-Greek systems of slavery in the Eastern Mediterranean world, setting its analysis in a much broader geographical and cultural context than previous studies.

Ancient Greece (Greek: Ἑλλάς, romanized: Hellás) was a civilization belonging to a period of Greek history from the Greek Dark Ages of the 12th–9th centuries BC to the end of antiquity (c. AD ). Immediately following this period was the beginning of the Early Middle Ages and the Byzantine era. Roughly three centuries after the Late Bronze Age collapse of Mycenaean . der antiken Kultur", Die Wahrheit 6 () ; W. Westermann, The Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity (Philadelphia ) For the pervasive influence of the conquest model, see K. Harper, Slavery in the Late Roman Empire: An Economic, Social, and Institutional Study (forthcoming) Introduction.

The 1st century BCE Greek historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus indicates that the Roman institution of slavery began with the legendary founder Romulus giving Roman fathers the right to sell their own children into slavery, and kept growing with the expansion of the Roman ownership was most widespread throughout the Roman citizenry from the Second Punic War . 2 Building on Greek and Hellenistic institutions, ancient Rome created the largest slave society in history. 1 There are several reasons for defining the Roman Empire as a slave society, above all in its Italian core but also to varying degrees in its subject territories.


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The Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia, Pa.), William Linn Westermann American Philosophical Society, - Philosophy - pages/5(2). The Slave Systems Of Greek And Roman Antiquity: Memoirs Of The American Philosophical Society, V40 [Westermann, William L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Slave Systems Of Greek And Roman Antiquity: Memoirs Of The American Philosophical Society, 3/5(1). The beginning of my interest in the problems of ancient slavery lies many years in the past.

The impulse behind this attempt to write a comprehensive study of the experience of the Greek and Roman peoples with the institution of slave labor and its results in antiquity is more recent. : Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity (): W. Westerman: Books.

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Addeddate Google-id QXbkoJP_u5oC Identifier. OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 31 cm. Contents: Greek slavery from Homer to the Persian wars --From the Persian wars to Alexander: slave supply and slave numbers --From the Persian wars to Alexander: slave employment and legal aspects of slavery --From the Persian wars to Alexander: the social setting of polis slavery --The eastern Mediterranean.

Get this from a library. The slave systems of Greek and Roman antiquity. [William L Westermann] -- Greek slavery from Homer to the Persian wars -- From the Persian wars to Alexander: slave supply and slave numbers -- From the Persian wars to Alexander:.

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Addeddate Google-id FF-uCZRXiO4C Identifier bub_gb_FF. William Linn Westermann's book The Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity gives the following caution: The prices which were paid for slaves during the first three centuries varied, as before, according to the age, condition, training,physical attractiveness, etc.

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The Slave Systems Of Greek And Roman Antiquity. Author by: William Linn Westermann this book reinterprets the end of Roman slavery.

Kyle Harper challenges traditional interpretations of a transition from antiquity to the Middle Ages, arguing instead that a deep divide runs through 'late antiquity', separating the Roman slave system from. The slave systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society.

E-mail Citation» Though in some respects dated, this broad survey of slavery in Greece and Rome and the ancient East is still a useful introduction as well as a comprehensive and comparative survey of slaves’ economic roles, prices, and status.

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The 1st century BC Greek historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus indicates that the Roman institution of slavery began with the legendary founder Romulus giving Roman fathers the right to sell their own children into slavery, and kept growing with the expansion of the Roman ownership was most widespread throughout the Roman citizenry from the Second Punic War.

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Ancient Greek And Roman Slavery available for download and read online in other formats. The Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity. William Linn Westermann — Philosophy. This erudite and well-documented book provokes questions about how we can hope to recapture the experience and subjectivity of ancient women and slaves and.

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An excellent book if you are used to reading academic books and are already familiar with the most important concepts of Ancient History, Theresa Urbainczyk provided a very useful book on the topic of Slave Revolts which happened to take place in Antiquity/5.

The Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Bengtson, H. Griechische Geschichte von den Anf ä ngen bis in die r ö mische Kaiserzeit, 2nd ed.

Munich. Preview. In Ancient Greek and Roman Slavery Peter Hunt delivers an introduction to classical slavery that will appeal to a wide range of readers. As Hunt intends, the book will function equally well as a textbook in courses on ancient slavery, social history, or comparative slavery, and as a reference work for historians working on slavery in other periods.

Slave, Slavery. State of being subjected to involuntary servitude. It usually included being legally owned as property by another person. Slavery in the biblical world was complex and normally very different than the slavery of the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Western world.Entry for 'Slave, Slavery' - Baker's Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology - One of 28 Bible dictionaries freely available, this dictioanry connects all Old Testament and New Testament content on more than theological ideas The Slave .Throughout human history, people have enslaved others, though the intensification of such practices has varied across time and space.

Historians have long recognized these basic facts of human experience, but have not often enough juxtaposed the ancient and modern worlds in their analyses, a comparative method which has great potential to shed light on individual slave .