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❮Ebook❯ ➩ Shaping the Geography of Empire Author Katherine Clarke – Renegades-bempflingen.de This volume explores the spatial framework of Herodotus' Histories the Greek historian's account of Persian imperialism in the sixth and fifth century BC and its culmination in a series of grand expedThis volume explores the spatial framework of Herodotus' Histories the Greek historian's account of Persian imperialism in the sixth and fifth century BC and its culmination in a series of grand expeditions against Greece itself Focusing on his presentation of the natural world through careful geographical descriptions ranging from continents and river and mountain networks on a vast scale down to the local settings for individual episodes it also examines how these landscapes are charged with greater depth and resonance through Herodotus' use of mythological associations and spatial parallels Man's interaction with and alteration of the physical world of the H.

Istories adds another critical dimension to the meaning given to space in Herodotus' work as his subjects' own agency serves to transform their geography from a neutral backdrop into a resonant landscape with its own role to play in the narrative in turn reinforcing the placing of the protagonists along a spectrum of positive or negative characterizations The Persian imperial bid may thus be seen as a war on nature no less than on their intended subjects however as Herodotus reflects Greece itself is waiting in the wings with the potential to be no less abusive an imperial powerAlthough the multi vocal nature of the narrative complicates whether we can identify.

shaping kindle geography pdf empire pdf Shaping the epub Geography of kindle the Geography of pdf Shaping the Geography of Empire MOBIIstories adds another critical dimension to the meaning given to space in Herodotus' work as his subjects' own agency serves to transform their geography from a neutral backdrop into a resonant landscape with its own role to play in the narrative in turn reinforcing the placing of the protagonists along a spectrum of positive or negative characterizations The Persian imperial bid may thus be seen as a war on nature no less than on their intended subjects however as Herodotus reflects Greece itself is waiting in the wings with the potential to be no less abusive an imperial powerAlthough the multi vocal nature of the narrative complicates whether we can identify.

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