Land and Power in Ptolemaic Egypt: The Structure of Land Tenure
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BeschreibungOffers an coherent framework for understanding the structure of the Ptolemaic state and economy.
InhaltsverzeichnisList of maps, figures and tables; Preface; Abbreviations; Units of measure; Maps; Part I. Issues and Historical Background: 1. Issues and methodologies; 2. The Ptolemaic state and its antecedents; Part II. Regional Case Studies of Land Tenure: 3. The land tenure regime in Upper Egypt; 4. The land tenure regime in the Fayyum depression; Part III. Interpretation: 5. The Ptolemaic state, the land tenure regime, and economic power; 6. The private transmission of land; 7. Conclusions; Appendices; List of references; Index of sources; General index.
PortraitJ. G. Manning is Assistant Professor of Ancient History at Stanford University and has published The Hauswaldt Papyri: A Third Century B.C. Family Dossier from Edfu (1997; 3924151059).
Pressestimmen'... one of the most influential books in recent years.' Sehepunkte 'In this important book, Manning offers a fundamental reassessment of the economic basis of the Ptolemaic state, and of the ways in which the state exercised economic power at the local level.' The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology '[Manning] modestly describes this book as 'a prolegomenon to the study of the Ptolemaic economy'. It is also an essential contribution to the study of the Ptolemaic state and politics.' Ancient West & East
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2005
Seitenanzahl: 360 Seiten