6 edition of making of Roman India found in the catalog.
making of Roman India
Grant Richard Parker
Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-354) and index.
|Statement||by Grant Parker.|
|Series||Greek culture in the Roman world|
|LC Classifications||DS450.R66 P37 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 357 p. :|
|Number of Pages||357|
|LC Control Number||2008276251|
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This book focuses on the economic performance of the Roman empire, analysing the extent to which Roman political domination of the Mediterranean and north-west Europe created the conditions for the integration of agriculture, production, trade, and . The book includes a number of maps showing the distribution of 'Roman' finds in India including coins and pottery and the picture drawn, as far as I have read, seems to be one of shifting trading centres on the Indian sub-continent depending on the period.
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Get this from a library. The making of Roman India. [Grant Richard Parker] -- "Latin and especially Greek texts of the imperial period contain a wealth of references to 'India'. The Making of Roman India offers a survey of such texts, read against a wide range of other.
Latin and especially Greek texts of the imperial period contain a wealth of references to 'India'. Professor Parker offers a survey of such texts, read against a wide range of other sources, both archaeological and documentary.
He emphasises the social processes whereby the notion of India gained its exotic features, including the role of the Persian empire. Grant Parker joined Stanford from Duke University in He teaches mostly Latin, as well as topics linked to the exotic and geographic elements of Roman imperial culture.
His book, The Making of Roman India, was published inwhile new projects have addressed ancient travel literature as well as Rome's Egyptian obelisks. His interest in classical reception is. Roman ideas about India ranged from the specific and concrete to the wildly fantastic and the book attempts to account for such variety.
It ends by considering the afterlife of such ideas into late antiquity and beyond. Product Identifiers. this is a book that through its approach deals with much more than the making of Roman India alone.
But this is a book that through its approach deals with much more than the making of Roman India alone. It is about the nature of Rome as both a successor culture and a world Empire, and as such it deserves to be widely studied and used as a source of inspiration on how to deal with processes of cultural interaction in the Hellenistic and Roman.
In "The Making of Roman India" I had hoped to find an assembled presentation of recent archaeological finds all along the Malabar Coast to update the classics in the field by Charlesworth, Warmington and Wheeler and to flesh out long-lingering uncertainties over ports mentioned in the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea.1/5(1).
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Roman ideas about India ranged from the specific and concrete to the wildly fantastic and the book attempts to account for such variety. It ends by considering the afterlife of such ideas into late antiquity and beyond.
About The Making of India. The story of The Making of India begins in the seventeenth century, when a small seafaring island, one tenth the size of the Indian subcontinent, despatched sailing ships o miles on a five-month trading journey in search of new opportunities.
In the end they helped build a new nation. The sheer audacity and scale of such. His first book, The Agony of Asar was a translation, introduction and commentary on an eighteenth-century defence of slavery written by a former slave, Jacobus Capitein.
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I haven't found incredibly good maps in my quick internet searches but here are thee ar. 'The book provides essential background for any course dealing with Augustus, and Routledge are to be congratulated on making it available again at a price which school libraries can afford.' - JACT Review.
About the Author. Lawrence Keppie is Reader in Roman Archaeology at the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow. Roman ideas about India ranged from the specific and concrete to the wildly fantastic and the book attempts to account for such variety. It ends by considering the afterlife of such ideas into late antiquity and : Parker, Grant.
I n the intellectual history of modern India, was a turning point. That year Mohandas Gandhi, a middle-aged Gujarati lawyer based in South Africa, wrote his slim but Galilean freedom charter, Hind Swaraj, or Indian Home Rule, which made the case for ending British colonialism in k Savarkar, eventually to be recognized as the father of .The making of Roman India.
Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.  The Hindu University of America has recently embarked upon a project to systematically deconstruct the colonial and Indological narratives, and recover the cosmology of the Indians before they came under the Muslim and British.