Greek and Roman History

Greek and Roman History

Greek and Roman History

Greek and Roman History

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This survey will consider some current studies in the field of ancient European history. The domain of classical history is so broad as to make it impossible to give a comprehensive summary of work done during the past decade or so, and yearly bibliographies are supplied in the invaluable L'année philologique, edited for many years by J. Marouzeau and J. Ernst. This report will therefore be restricted to works that seem to the writer to represent contemporary trends in scholarship. Unhappily, many meritorious works are excluded as not belonging to the trend under discussion, and the identification itself of such trends may seem arbitrary and even tendentious. In extenuation, it must be submitted that any other method would instantly outrun the space allotted for the survey and would produce an indigestible bibliographical heap. For obvious reasons I refer mostly to works in English. Archaeology will be treated only as it seems to contribute material for the understanding of the several historical subjects.

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