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The Greeks Overseas: The Early Colonies and Trade (1964)

af John Boardman

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The spread of Greek civilization through Europe and into Africa and the Near East began long before the full flowering of Classical Greek culture. The Greeks Overseas vividly demonstrates the value of archaeology in reconstructing one of the most important formative periods of European history. Out of the Dark Ages of reduced population and comparative penury, the Greeks set their sails north, south, east, and west to plant trading posts and colonies, to reap whatever harvest of materials and expertise the barbarians could offer, and to disseminate the benefits of their own rapidly developing and brilliant civilization. Reviewing the first edition in 1965, The Times Literary Supplement described it as "a masterly summary of a subject that is constantly in need of reappraisal." This fourth edition adds a chapter summarizing new finds and exploring the new attitudes that have affected the study of the subject in the past forty years.… (mere)

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Overview of the greek expansion outside Greece from the 8 to 6 century BC.
With as geographical subdivision: East / Egypt / Italy, Sicily and the west / the north and black sea.
Principally based on archeological finding of …. pottery… The study of the developments of the styles and the chronology of pottery an bronze articles is the fundament to interpret this period.
Why pottery?
Commonly used (replaces our glass, cans, plastic, carton …)
Breaks easily, and the shards are durable and worthless ( compare with metal articles that are resettled, wooden that decay)
As style evolves (fashion) 'easily' to date
Due to geographical features (material + style) fine to browse the streams on map

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quite extensive
handy maps, sketches / pictures

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quite boring except for a freak of pottery shards

conclusion:
quite boring description of the greek expansion from 8 -6 century BC based on pottery shards ( )
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The spread of Greek civilization through Europe and into Africa and the Near East began long before the full flowering of Classical Greek culture. The Greeks Overseas vividly demonstrates the value of archaeology in reconstructing one of the most important formative periods of European history. Out of the Dark Ages of reduced population and comparative penury, the Greeks set their sails north, south, east, and west to plant trading posts and colonies, to reap whatever harvest of materials and expertise the barbarians could offer, and to disseminate the benefits of their own rapidly developing and brilliant civilization. Reviewing the first edition in 1965, The Times Literary Supplement described it as "a masterly summary of a subject that is constantly in need of reappraisal." This fourth edition adds a chapter summarizing new finds and exploring the new attitudes that have affected the study of the subject in the past forty years.

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