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TEXTS AND CONTEXTS: BIBLIOGRAPHY[for those taking Mods in Hilary Term 2010]GENERAL: GREEK
O. Taplin (ed.),
 Literature in the Greek and Roman Worlds: A New Perspective
(Oxford,2000)C. Pelling,
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(London, 2000)N. Loraux,
The Invention of Athens
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Greek Tragedy in Action
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 Reading Greek Tragedy
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GENERAL: GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY
 Alcock S. and R. Osborne (eds)
Classical Archaeology
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(London 1985), 20-27Boardman, J. (ed)
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The History of Greek Vases
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Greek Vases: Images, Contexts, and Controversies
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Classics in Progress
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1. The Persian Wars and Cultural IdentitiesHERODOTUS
Prescribed Text: Hude (OCT)Commentaries: A.M.Bowie,
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Histories
Book VIII 
(Cambridge, 2007). DavidAsheri, Alan Lloyd, Aldo Corcella,
 A Commentary on Herodotus books I-IV 
, edited byO. Murray and A. Moreno (Oxford, 2007; books V-IX will follow). W. W. How & J.Wells,
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(2 volumes; Oxford, 1912) is also available viahttp://www.perseus.tufts.edu/  but is very out of date.Translations: J. Marincola (revised Penguin, 1996, see introduction). R. Waterfield/C.Dewald (Oxford, World’s Classics 1998) has full notes and maps. David Grene(Chicago University Press, 1987).The Bisitun Inscription of Darius is translated in M. Brosius,
The Persian Empire from Cyrus II to Artaxerxes I 
(Lactor 16, 2000), ??
Herodotus
J. Gould,
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(London, 1989)C. Dewald, & J. Marincola,
The Cambridge Companion to Herodotus
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(Leiden 2002),see esp. ‘The Historical Method’ and ‘History and Ethnography’.J. Romm,
 Herodotus
, (New Haven, 1998), espec. Ch. 5 ‘The downfall of greatness’, Ch. 7‘The kingdom of culture’, and Ch. 12 ‘Persians and Greeks’.M. Finley, ‘Myth, Memory and History’, in
The Use and Abuse of History
(London, 1975),Chapter 1O. Murray, ‘Herodotus and Oral History’, in N. Luraghi,
The Historian’s Craft in the Age of  Herodotus
(Oxford, 2001), 16-44R. Thomas,
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Persia
 
A. Kuhrt,
The Ancient Near East, c.3000-330 BC 
(London 1995), esp. 2.562-72 (on Phrygiaand Lydia), 647-61 (on Persia).M. Brosius,
The Persian Empire from Cyrus II to Artaxerxes I 
(Lactor 16, 2000)P. Briant,
From Cyrus to Alexander: A History of the Persian Empire
(Indiana 2002).L. Allen,
The Persian Empire
(London 2005), good on Greek historiography of Persia andPersians
Orientalism
B. Isaac,
The Invention of Racism in Classical Antiquity
(Princeton 2004)C. Pelling, ‘East is East and West is West – or are they? National stereotypes in Herodotus’,
 Histos
1: http://www.dur.ac.uk/Classics/histos/1997/pelling.html.  E. Hall, ‘Asia unmanned: Images of victory in classical Athens’, in J. Rich & G. Shipley,
War and Society in the Greek World 
(London 1993), 108-133M. Miller,
 Athens and Persia in the 5th century BC: A Study in Cultural Receptivity
 (Cambridge 1997)K. Arafat, ‘State of the Art - Art of the State: Sexual violence and politics in late Archaic andearly Classical vase-painting’, in S. Deacy & K. Pierce,
 Rape in Antiquity
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Identities in Greek Art
Brunnsaker, S.,
The Tyrant Slayers of Kritios and Nesiotes
(Lund 1971) all evidence formonument to TyrannicidesCohen, B. (ed),
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 (Leiden 2000)Gombrich, E.,
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(London 1960) ch. 4: 'Reflections on the Greek Revolution'Hall, J.M.,
 Hellenicity: between ethnicity and culture
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 Democracy, Empire, and the Arts in Fifth-century Athens
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The votive statues of the Athenian Acropolis
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Archaic and Classical Greek Art 
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 Art and Experience in Classical Greece
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(Cambridge 1975), 171-97Ridgway, B.S.,
The Severe Style in Greek Sculpture
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 Art, Desire, and the Body in Ancient Greece
(Cambridge 1997), 63-75Smith, R.R.R., ‘Pindar, athletes, and the early Greek statue habit', in S. Hornblower, C. Morgan(eds),
Pindar's Poetry, Patrons, and Festivals: from Archaic Greece to the Roman Empire
(Oxford 2007), 83-139, esp. 83-94
Barbarians and Orientalism: Persians in Greek art
Castriota, D., “Feminizing the barbarian and barbarizing the feminine. Amazons, Trojans, andPersians in the Stoa Poikile.” J.M. Barringer, J.M. Hurwitt (eds.),
Periclean Athensand its Legacy. Problems and Perspectives
(Austin 2005), 89-102Georges, P.
 Barbarian Asia and the Greek Experience. From the Archaic Period to the Ageof Xenophon
(London 1994)Hall, E.,
 Inventing the barbarian: Greek self-definition through tragedy
(Oxford, 1991)Kaptan, D., ‘Perseus, Ketos, Andromeda and the Persians’, in:
C. Işık 
(ed.), Studien zur  Religion und Kultur Kleinasiens und des ägäischen Bereiches. Festschrift für Baki
Öğün zum 75. Geburtstag 
(Bonn 2000), 135-144Miller, M.C.
 Athens and Persia in the Fifth Century BC: A Study in Cultural Receptivity
 (Cambridge 1997), for the Athenian vases with Persian subjectsMiller, M.C., ‘In strange company. Persians in early Attic theatre imagery’,
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17 (2004),165-172Mitchell, L.G.
Panhellenism and the Barbarian in Archaic and Classical Greece
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Persian art: Achaemenid representation at the centre
Boardman, J.
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Forgotten Empire: The World of Ancient Persia
(London: BritishMuseum 2005), esp. chs. 1 (P. Briant, History), 2 (M. Solper, Languages), 4 (J. Curtis,Archaeology), 5 (J. Curtis, Palaces) , 6 (SJ Simpson, Tableware), and (A. Villing,Persia and Greece)

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