1st Edition

Ancient Crete From Early Times Until the Roman Occupation

By R. F. Willetts Copyright 1965
    224 Pages
    by Routledge

    214 Pages
    by Routledge

    First published in 2006. A rapid advance of Cretan studies in recent years is a measure of their importance for our understanding of the early history of European civilization. It is now generally recognized that the island of Crete played a part in this early history which is out of all proportion to its size. This book offers information on the social history: from early times until the Roman Occupation

    Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 The Coming of the Dorians; Chapter 3 Economic Life; Chapter 4 The City-states and their Government; Chapter 5 Law and Legal Procedure; Chapter 6 The Citizens; Chapter 7 Serfs and Slaves; Chapter 8 Other Social Classes; Chapter 9 Education; Chapter 10 Religion; Chapter 11 Pirates and Mercenaries; Chapter 12 Political History;


    R. F. Willetts, M.A Reader in Greek in the University of Birmingham.