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Sicily from Aeneas to Augustus: New Approaches in Archaeology and History (New Perspectives on the Ancient World) Paperback – December 19, 2000


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This remarkable book is the product of a conference on Sicilian history and archaeology held at St. Andrews in June 1998 ! There is an excellent consistency on the high quality of each contributor's work ! There are a few recent books that present a survey of Sicilian history combined with interesting and cutting-edge methodology. Sicily from Aeneas to Augustus is an excellent choice to supplement both graduate and undergraduate classes on the ancient Mediterranean world in general and Sicily in particular. It also serves as a good introductory volume on historical theory in ancient history." Offers an impressive nexus of approaches in archaeology and history. very welcome addition to ancient Sicilian history. On the whole, it does succeed in providing some new historical and archaeological approaches, and will certainly play a part in helping to change attitudes and attract more scholarly attention! it provides valuable insights into intercultural contact in the ancient Mediterranean." A very welcome attempt to bring Sicilian studies in from the chilly periphery and to draw aspects of Sicilian history into one of the current hot topics - identity. This remarkable book is the product of a conference on Sicilian history and archaeology held at St. Andrews in June 1998 ! There is an excellent consistency on the high quality of each contributor's work ! There are a few recent books that present a survey of Sicilian history combined with interesting and cutting-edge methodology. Sicily from Aeneas to Augustus is an excellent choice to supplement both graduate and undergraduate classes on the ancient Mediterranean world in general and Sicily in particular. It also serves as a good introductory volume on historical theory in ancient history." Offers an impressive nexus of approaches in archaeology and history. very welcome addition to ancient Sicilian history. On the whole, it does succeed in providing some new historical and archaeological approaches, and will certainly play a part in helping to change attitudes and attract more scholarly attention! it provides valuable insights into intercultural contact in the ancient Mediterranean." A very welcome attempt to bring Sicilian studies in from the chilly periphery and to draw aspects of Sicilian history into one of the current hot topics - identity.

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Christopher J. Smith is Professor of Ancient History at the University of St Andrews John Serrati is Teaching Fellow in Ancient History at the University of St Andrews

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