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THE DOORS OF WISDOM

 

ANCIENT HISTORY LIBRARY

 

THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY

VOLUME III

THE ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

CHAPTERS

AUTHORS

I

THE FOUNDATION OF THE ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

Sidney Smith

II

THE SUPREMACY OF ASSYRIA

Sidney Smith

III

SENNACHERIB AND ESARHADDON

Sidney Smith

IV

THE AGE OF ASHURBANIPAL

Sidney Smith

V

ASHURBANIPAL AND THE FALL OF ASSYRIA

Sidney Smith

VI

THE HITTITES OF SYRIA

D.G. Hogarth

VII

HITTITE CIVILIZATION

D.G. Hogarth

VIII

THE KINGDOM OF VAN (URARTU)

A.H. Sayce

IX

THE SCYTHIANS AND NORTHERN NOMADS

E.H. Minns

X

THE NEW BABYLONIAN EMPIRE

R.C.Thompson

XI

THE INFLUENCE OF BABYLONIA

R.C.Thompson

XII

THE ECLIPSE OF EGYPT

H.R. Hall

XIII

THE ETHIOPIANS AND ASSYRIANS IN EGYPT

H.R. Hall

XIV

THE RESTORATION OF EGYPT

H.R. Hall

XV

ORIENTAL ART OF THE SAITE PERIOD

H.R. Hall

XVI

THE TOPOGRAPHY OF JERUSALEM

H.R. Hall

XVII

ISRAEL AND THE NEIGHBOURING STATES

S. A. Cook

XVIII

THE FALL AND RISE OF JUDAH

S. A. Cook

XIX

LYDIA AND IONIA

D.G. Hogarth

XX

THE GROWTH OF THE DORIAN STATES

H.T.W-Gery

XXI

EARLY ATHENS

E.A. Gardner

XXII

NORTHERN AND CENTRAL GREECE

M. Cary

XXIII

THE COLONIAL EXPANSION OF GREECE

J.L. Myres

XIV

THE GROWTH OF THE GREEK CITY-STATE

F.E. Adock

 

ASSYRIAN ART

 

 

VOLUME IV

THE PERSIAN EMPIRE AND THE WEST

CHAPTERS

AUTHORS

I

THE FOUNDATION AND EXTENSION OF THE PERSIAN EMPIRE

 

II

THE REFORM OF THE ATHENIAN STATE

 

III

ATHENS UNDER THE TYRANTS

 

IV

THE OUTER GREEK WORLD IN THE SIXTH CENTURY

 

V

COINAGE FROM ITS ORIGIN TO THE PERSIAN WARS

 

VI

ATHENS THE REFORM OF CLEISTHENES

 

VII

THE REIGN OF DARIUS

 

VIII

MARATHON

 

IX

XERXES’ INVASION OF GREECE

 

X

THE DELIVERANCE OF GREECE

 

XI

CARTHAGE AND SICILY

 

 

 

 

VOLUME FIVE

ATHENS. 478—401 B.C.

CHAPTERS

AUTHORS

I

THE ECONOMIC BACKGROUND OF THE FIFTH CENTURY

M.N. Tod

II

THE CONFEDERACY OF DELOS, B.C. 478-463

E.M.Walker

III

ATHENS AND THE GREEK POWERS, B.C. 462-445

E.M.Walker

IV

THE PERICLEAN DEMOCRACY

E.M.Walker

V

ATTIC DRAMA IN THE FIFTH CENTURY

J.T.Sheppard

VI

SICILY

R.Hackforth

VII

THE BREAKDOWN OF THE THIRTY YEARS' PEACE, B.C. 445-431

F.E. Adcock

VIII

THE ARCHIDAMIAN WAR, B.C. 431-421

F.E. Adcock

IX

SPARTA AND THE PELOPONNESE

W.S.Ferguson

X

THE ATHENIAN EXPEDITION TO SICILY

W.S.Ferguson

XI

THE OLIGARCHICAL MOVEMENT IN ATHENS

W.S.Ferguson

XII

THE FALL OF THE ATHENIAN EMPIRE

W.S.Ferguson

XIII

THE AGE OF ILLUMINATION

J. B. Bury

XIV

HERODOTUS AND THUCYDIDES

R.W.Macan

XV

GREEK ART AND ARCHITECTURE

J.D.Beazley

 

VOLUME VI

MACEDON. 401—301 B.C.

CHAPTERS

AUTHORS

I

PERSIA, FROM XERXES TO ALEXANDER

W.W.Tarn

II

THE ASCENDANCY OF SPARTA

M. Cary

III

THE SECOND ATHENIAN LEAGUE

M. Cary

IV

THEBES

M. Cary

V

DIONYSIUS OF SYRACUSE

J. B. Bury

VI

EGYPT TO THE COMING OF ALEXANDER

H.R. Hall

VII

THE INAUGURATION OF JUDAISM

S.A. Cook

VIII

THE RISE OF MACEDONIA

A.W.Pickard

IX

MACEDONIAN SUPREMACY IN GREECE

A.W.Pickard

X

SICILY, 367 TO 330 B.C.

R.Hackforth

XI

THE ATHENIAN PHILOSOPHICAL SCHOOLS

F.M.Cornford

XII

ALEXANDER: THE CONQUEST OF PERSIA

W.W. Tarn

XIII

LEXANDER: THE CONQUEST OF THE FAR EAST

W.W. Tarn

XIV

GREECE: 335 TO 321 B.C.

W.W. Tarn

XV

THE HERITAGE OF ALEXANDER

W.W. Tarn

XVI

GREEK POLITICAL THOUGHT AND THEORY IN THE FOURTH CENTURY

E.Barker

XVII

GREEK ART AND ARCHITECTURE

J.D. Beazley

 

VOLUME VIII

ROME AND THE MEDITERRANEAN.

218-133 BC

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTERS

I POLYBIUS T. R. Glover

II HANNIBAL’S INVASION OF ITALYB. L. Hallward

III THE ROMAN DEFENSIVE B. L. Hallward

IV SCIPIO AND VICTORY B. L. Hallward

V ROME AND MACEDON: PHILIP AGAINST THE ROMANS Maurice Holleaux

VI ROME AND MACEDON: THE ROMANS AGAINST PHILIP Maurice Holleaux

VIIROME AND ANTIOCHUS Maurice Holleaux

VIII THE FALL OF THE MACEDONIAN MONARCHY P. V. M. Benecke

IX ROME AND THE HELLENISTIC STATES P. V. M. Benecke

X THE ROMANS IN SPAIN A. Schulten

XI ITALY Tenney Frank

XII ROME Tenney Frank

XIII THE BEGINNINGS OF LATIN LITERATURE J. Wight Duff

XIV ROMAN RELIGION AND THE ADVENT OF PHILOSOPHY Cyril Bailey

XV THE FALL OF CARTHAGE B. L. Hallward

XVI SYRIA AND THE JEWS E. R. Bevan

XVII THRACE Gawril I- Kazarow

XVIII THE BOSPORAN KINGDOM M. Rostovtzeff

XIX PERGAMUM M. Rostovtzeff

XX RHODES, DELOS AND HELLENISTIC COMMERCE M. Rostovtzeff

XXI HELLENISTIC ART Bernard Ashmole

VOLUME IX.

THE ROMAN REPUBLIC. 133-44 BC

CHAPTER I. TIBERIUS GRACCHUS By Hugh Last.

CHAPTER II. GAIUS GRACCHUS By Hugh Last

CHAPTER III. THE WARS OF THE AGE OF MARIUS By Hugh Last

CHAPTER IV. THE ENFRANCHISEMENT OF ITALY By Hugh Last

CHAPTER V. PONTUS AND ITS NEIGHBOURS: THE FIRST MITHRIDATIC WAR By M. Rostovtzeff

CHAPTER VI. SULLA By Hugh Last and R. Gardner

CHAPTER VII. THE BREAKDOWN OF THE SULLAN SYSTEM AND THE RISE OF POMPEY By Hugh Last and R. Gardner

CHAPTER VIII. ROME AND THE EAST By H. a. Ormerod and M. Cary

CHAPTER IX. THE JEWS By E. R. Bevan

CHAPTER X. THE PROVINCES AND THEIR GOVERNMENT By G. H. Stevenson

CHAPTER XI. ROME IN THE ABSENCE OF POMPEY By M. Cary

CHAPTER XII. THE FIRST TRIUMVIRATE By M. Cary

CHAPTER XIII. THE CONQUEST OF GAUL By C. Hignett

CHAPTER XIV. PARTHIA By W. W. Tarn

CHAPTER XV. FROM THE CONFERENCE OF LUCA TO THE RUBICON By F. E. Adcock

CHAPTER XVI. THE CIVIL WAR By F. E. Adcock

CHAPTER XVII. CAESARS DICTATORSHIP By F. E. Adcock

CHAPTER XVIII. LITERATURE IN THE AGE OF CICERO By E. E. Sikes

CHAPTER XIX. CICERONIAN SOCIETY By J. Wight Duff

CHAPTER XX. THE ART OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC By Eugenie Strong

CHAPTER XXI. THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAW UNDER THE REPUBLIC By. F. DE ZULUETA,

APPENDIX. The literary Authorities for Roman History, 133—44 BC.

 

VOLUME X

THE AUGUSTAN EMPIRE. 44 B.C.—A.D. 70

 

CHAPTERS

AUTHORS

I

THE AVENGING OF CAESAR

M.P.Charlesworth

II

THE TRIUMVIRS

W.W. Tarn

III

THE WAR OF THE EAST AGAINST THE WEST

 

IV

THE TRIUMPH OF OCTAVIAN

Tarn & Charlesworth

V

THE PRINCEPS

H. S. Jones

VI

SENATUS POPULUS ROMANUS

H. S. Jones

VII

THE IMPERIAL ADMINISTRATION

G.H. Stevenson

VIII

THE ARMY AND NAVY

G.H. Stevenson

IX

THE EASTERN FRONTIER UNDER AUGUSTUS

J.G.C. Anderson

X

EGYPT UNDER THE EARLY PRINCIPATE

H. Idris Bell

XI

HEROD OF JUDAE

A. Momigliano

XII

THE NORTHERN FRONTIERS UNDER AUGUSTUS

Ronald Syme

XIII

THE ECONOMIC UNIFICATION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION: INDUSTRY, TRADE AND COMMERCE

F. Oertel

XIV

THE SOCIAL POLICY OF AUGUSTUS

Hugh Last

XV

RELIGIOUS DEVELOPMENTS FROM THE CLOSE OF THE REPUBLIC TO THE DEATH OF NERO

A. D. Nock

XVI

THE LITERATURE OF THE AUGUSTEAN AGE

T. R. Glover

XVII

THE ART OF THE AUGUSEAN AGE

Eugenie Strong

XVIII

THE ACHIEVEMENT OF AUGUSTUS By

F. E. Adock

XIX

TIBERIUS

M.P.Charlesworth

XX

GAIUS AND CLAUDIUS

M.P.Charlesworth

XXI

NERO

A. Momigliano 

XXII

THE EASTERN FRONTIER FROM TIBERIUS TO NERO

J.G.C. Anderson

XXIII

THE NORTHERN FRONTIERS FROM TIBERIUS TO NERO

Syme & Collingwood

XXIV

THE YEAR OF THE FOUR EMPERORS

G.H. Stevenson

XXV

REBELLION WITHIN THE EMPIRE

Stevenson & Momigliano 

 

VOLUME XI

THE IMPERIAL PEACE

 

CHAPTER I. THE FLAVIAN DYNASTY By M. P. Charlesworth

CHAPTER II. THE PEOPLES OF NORTHERN EUROPE: THE GETAE AND DACIANS By G. Ekholm

CHAPTER III. THE SARMATAE AND PARTHIANS By M. Rostovtzeff

CHAPTER IV. FLAVIAN WARS AND FRONTIERS By Ronald Syme

CHAPTER V. NERVA AND TRAJAN By R. P. Longden

CHAPTER VI. THE WARS OF TRAJAN By R. P. Longden

CHAPTER VII. THE RISE OF CHRISTIANITY By B. H. Streeter

CHAPTER VIII.HADRIAN By Wilhelm Weber

CHAPTER IX. THE ANTONINES By Wilhelm Weber

CHAPTER X.THE PRINCIPATE AND THE ADMINISTRATION By Hugh Last

CHAPTER XI. ROME AND THE EMPIRE By Hugh Last

CHAPTER XII. THE LATIN WEST: AFRICA, SPAIN AND GAUL By E. Albertini

CHAPTER XIII. THE LATIN WEST: BRITAIN, ROMAN GERMANY, THE DANUBE LANDS By R. G. Collingwood

CHAPTER XIV THE GREEK PROVINCES By J. Keil

CHAPTER XV. THE FRONTIER PROVINCES OF THE EAST By Franz Cumont

CHAPTER XVI. EGYPT, CRETE AND CYRENAICA By H. Idris Bell

CHAPTER XVII. GREEK LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE By F. H. Sandbach

CHAPTER XVIII. LATIN LITERATURE OF THE SILVER AGE By E. E. Sike

CHAPTER XIX.SOCIAL LIFE IN ROME AND ITALY By J. Wight Duff,

CHAPTER XX. ART FROM NERO TO THE ANTONINES By G. Rodenwaldt

CHAPTER XXI. CLASSICAL ROMAN LAW By W. W. Buckland

   

VOLUME XII.

THE IMPERIAL CRISIS AND RECOVERY

A.D. 193-324 

CHAPTERS

 

I

THE ARMY AND THE IMPERIAL HOUSE

 

II

THE SENATE AND THE ARMY

 

III

THE BARBARIAN BACKGROUND

 

IV

SASSANID PERSIA

 

V

THE INVASIONS OF PEOPLES FROM THE RHINE TO THE BLACK SEA

 

VI

THE CRISIS OF THE EMPIRE (A.D. 249-270)

 

VII

THE ECONOMIC LIFE OF THE EMPIRE

 

VIII

BRITAIN

 

IX

THE IMPERIAL RECOVERY

 

X

THE END OF THE PRINCIPATE

 

XI

THE REFORMS OF DIOCLETIAN

 

XII

THE DEVELOPMENT OF PAGANISM IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE

 

XIII

PAGAN PHILOSOPHY AND THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

 

XIV

THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN THE EAST

 

XV

THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN THE WEST

 

XVI

THE TRANSITION TO LATE-CLASSICAL ART

 

XVII

THE LATIN LITERATURA¡E OF THE WEST FROM THE ANTONINES TO CONSTANTINE

 

XVIII

LITERATURE AND PHIILOSOPHY IN THE EASTERN HALF OF THE EMPIRE

 

XIX

THE GREAT PERSECUTION OF CHRISTIANITY BY DIOCLETIAN

 

XX

THE RISE OF CONSTANTINE

 

 

XVI.

THE TRANSITION TO LATE-CLASSICAL ART

XVII.

THE LATIN LITERATURE OF THE WEST FROM THE ANTONINES TO CONSTANTINE

XVIII.

LITERATURE AND PHIILOSOPHY IN THE EASTERN HALF OF THE EMPIRE

XIX.

THE GREAT PERSECUTION OF CHRISTIANITY BY DIOCLETIAN

XX.

THE RISE OF CONSTANTINE