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Alexander the Great : A Reader (2ND): Worthington, Ian (EDT): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Alexander the Great : A Reader (2ND)
Alexander the Great : A Reader (2ND)
แต่งโดย Worthington, Ian (EDT)
สำนักพิมพ์ : Routledge
วันที่ตีพิมพ์ : 2012/01
Binding : Paperback
เลขที่ISBN : 9780415667432

ราคาบนระบบBookWeb : THB 3,405.00
ราคาสำหรับสมาชิกบัตร KPC : THB 3,065.00

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ภาษา : English

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Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A14202030 A23306400
Place of Publication: Great Britain
Edition: Subsequent
Subject Development: Biography
Textual Format: Readings/Anthologies
Academic Level: Undergraduate
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Table of Contents
 
Revised Preface                                    viii
Ancient sources and modern books                   xi
Alexander's life and reign: the main events        xv
Alexander in quotes                                xvii
Special notes and abbreviations                    xix
        List of maps                               xxi
    1 The sources                                  1   (17)
      From Arrian to Alexander (OUP, Oxford:
      1988), Chap. I, `Introduction: Some Basic
      Principles', pp. 1-15
          A.B. Bosworth
    2 Alexander's influences and the Macedonian    18  (41)
    background
      Philip II of Macedonia (Yale University
      Press, New Haven and London: 2008),
      Appendix 2, `The Question of Macedonian
      Ethnicity', pp. 216--219
          Ian Worthington
      `Macedonian Kingship and Other Political
      Institutions', in J. Roisman and Ian
      Worthington (eds), A Companion to Ancient
      Macedonia (Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford:
      2010), pp. 374-391
          C.J. King
      `Social Customs and Institutions', in J.
      Roisman and Ian Worthington (eds), A
      Companion to Ancient Macedonia
      (Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford: 2010), pp.
      392-408
          N. Sawada
    3 Alexander's aims                             59  (30)
      `The Aims of Alexander', Greece and Rome2
      12 (CUP, Cambridge: 1965), pp. 205-215
          P.A. Brunt
      `Alexander the Great and the "Limits of
      the Civilised World"' in W. Heckel and L.
      Tritle (eds), Crossroads of History, The
      Age of Alexander (Regina Books,
      Claremont: 2003), Chap. 8, pp. 147-174
          W. Heckel
    4 Alexander's battles and generalship          89  (21)
      The Generalship of Alexander the Great
      (repr. Rutgers University Press New
      Brunswick: 1960), Chap. 10, `Alexander's
      Generalship', pp. 284-305
          J.F.C. Fuller
    5 Alexander and the Greeks                     110 (42)
      A History of Macedonia 3 (OUP, Oxford:
      1988), Chap. III, `Alexander and the
      Greek States', Sec. 3, `Relations with
      the Greek States', pp. 72-83
          N.G.L. Hammond
          F.W. Walbank
      `Alexander and the Greeks', in W. Heckel
      and L. Tritle (eds), Alexander the Great.
      A New History (Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford:
      2009), Chap. 6, pp. 99-120
          E. Poddighe
    6 Alexander and the Persian empire             152 (64)
      `The Empire of Darius III in
      Perspective', in W. Heckel and L. Tritle
      (eds), Alexander the Great. A New History
      (Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford: 2009), Chap. 8,
      pp. 141-170
          P. Briant
      `Alexander's Settlements in Central
      Asia', Ancient Macedonia 4 (Institute for
      Balkan Studies, Thessaloniki: 1986), pp.
      315-323
          F.L. Holt
      `Alexander the Great, Nation Building,
      and the Creation and Maintenance of
      Empire', in V.D. Hanson (ed.), Makers of
      Ancient Strategy: From the Persian Wars
      to the Fall of Rome (Princeton University
      Press, Princeton: 2010), Chap. 5, pp.
      118-137
          Ian Worthington
    7 Alexander, India and the Gedrosian desert    216 (29)
      `Alexander and India', Greece and Rome2
      12 (CUP, Cambridge: 1965), pp. 155-165
          A.K. Narain
      `The Indian Satrapies under Alexander the
      Great', Antichthon 17 (Australasian
      Society for Classical Studies, 1983), pp.
      37-46
          A.B. Bosworth
    8 From mass marriage to death                  245 (31)
      `The Death of Alexander the Great: Rumour
      and Propaganda', Classical Quarterly2 21
      (CUP, Cambridge: 1971), pp. 112-136
          A.B. Bosworth
    9 Alexander and the `unity of mankind'         276 (43)
      Alexander the Great 1 (CUP, Cambridge:
      1948), Chap. II, `The Conquest of the Far
      East', `the Susa wedding', pp. 110-111,
      `the mutiny at Opis', pp. 115-117, Chap.
      III, `Personality, Policy and Aims', `the
      policy of fusion', pp. 137-138 and 145-148
          W.W. Tarn
      `Alexander and the Iranians', Journal of
      Hellenic Studies 100 (Hellenic Society,
      1980), pp. 1-21
          A.B. Bosworth
      `Ethnicity and Cultural Policy at
      Alexander's Court', Ancient World 22
      (Ares Publishers, Inc.: 1991), pp. 21-25
          E.N. Borza
    10 Alexander and deification                   319 (38)
      Alexander the Great 2 (CUP, Cambridge:
      1948), Appendix 22, `Alexander's
      Deification', Sec. III, `324 BC', pp.
      370-373
          W.W. Tarn
      Alexander the Great, Man and God, rev.
      ed. (Pearson, London: 2004), pp. 2273-2283
          Ian Worthington
      `Alexander's Religion and Divinity', in
      J. Roisman (ed.), Brill's Companion to
      Alexander the Great (Leiden: 2003), Chap.
      10, pp. 253-278
          E.A. Fredricksmeyer
    11 Alexander and conspiracies                  357 (34)
      `Alexander the Great and the Loneliness
      of Power', in E. Badian (ed.), Studies in
      Greek and Roman History (Blackwell,
      Oxford: 1964), pp. 192-205
          E. Badian
      `The Conspiracy against Philotas',
      Phoenix 31 Classical Association of
      Canada: (1977), pp. 9-21
          W. Heckel
      `Anaxarchus and Callisthenes: Academic
      Intrigue at Alexander's Court', in H.J.
      Dell (ed.), Ancient Macedonian Studies in
      Honour of C.F. Edson (Institute for
      Balkan Studies, Thessaloniki: 1981), pp.
      73-86
          E.N. Borza
    12 Alexander: the `Great'?                     391 (20)
      Alexander the Great: King, Commander and
      Statesman2 (Bristol Classical Press,
      Bristol: 1989), pp. 269-273 and 306
      (notes)
          N.G.L. Hammond
      `Worldwide Empire vs Glorious Enterprise:
      Diodorus and Justin on Philip II and
      Alexander the Great', in E.D. Carney and
      D. Ogden (eds), Philip II and Alexander
      the Great: Lives and Afterlives (OUP,
      Oxford: 2010), pp. 165-174 (notes on pp.
      289-291)
          Ian Worthington
Index of sources                                   411 (2)
General index                                      413
 

This exciting new edition is an indispensable guide for undergraduates to the study of Alexander the Great, showing the problems of the ancient source material, and making it clear that there is no single approach to be taken. The twelve thematic chapters contain a broad selection of the most significant published articles about Alexander, examining the main areas of debate and discussion: The Sources Alexander's Influences and the Macedonian Background Alexander's Aims Alexander's Battles and Generalship Alexander and the Greeks Alexander and the Persian Empire Alexander, India and the Gedrosian Desert From Mass Marriage to Death Alexander and the 'Unity of Mankind' Alexander and Deification Alexander and Conspiracies Alexander: The 'Great'? The Reader has the distinctive feature of translating a substantial number of the more inaccessible primary sources; each chapter is also prefaced with a succinct introduction to the topic under consideration.

Contents
1. The Sources 2. Alexander's Influences and the Macedonian Background 3. Alexander's Aims 4. Alexander's Battles and Generalship 5. Alexander and the Greeks 6. Alexander and the Persian Empire 7. Alexander, India and the Gedrosian Desert 8. From Mass Marriage to Death 9. Alexander and the 'Unity of Mankind' 10. Alexander and Deification 11. Alexander and Conspiracies 12. Alexander: The 'Great'?