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Sayis, Ozge
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2015-07-06T12:46:44Z
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2015-09-27T06:05:21Z
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2015-07-06
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/766
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Aegean and Black Sea Commercial and Cultural contacts in Classical Period
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masterThesis
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Greeks--Black Sea Coast--History
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Greeks--Colonization--Black Sea Region
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Dissertations, Academic
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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heal.publicationDate
2012-11
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Sayis Ozge, 2012, Aegean and Black Sea commercial and cultural contacts in classical period ,Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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There had been a number of researches that investigated archaeological in the Aegean. However, until recent years Black Sea had not been studied in a way that Aegean region was studied. This paper will give an idea about the contacts in Aegean Sea and the Black Sea. It will inform the reader by explaining the relationship among Aegean Sea and Black Sea contacts. Specifically, this research aimed to identify the role of Greeks and Black Sea people in the Aegean and Black Sea. Advantages and disadvantages of both two regions were also identified. To gather the needed data, dictionaries, articles and books were used. The results showed that Greeks and Black Sea people were in close contact in terms of trading and culture. The old belief was that Greek colonization occurred due to lack of needs for Greeks in Aegean. However most of the scholars agree that Greeks colonized Black Sea due to political reasons and can be say that a bit for showing their strength to others. Nonetheless, scholars also agree that Greeks had not only influenced the Black Sea region but Italy. They were highly close contacts with Etruscans who were establishing the Ancient Italian civilization. Amphorae are giving proof that trade relations go through Black Sea, Eastern Greece, islands at Eastern Greece, Asia Minor, Italy and Egypt. With no doubt, not only trade but also cultural relations were developed among those regions. Apart from Etruscans, Egyptians especially Phoenicians were influential on Greece. Moreover, social life in Greece, particularly women life and religion had been related to this thesis. Besides these subjects, Greek colonization on the Black Sea area had been put and studied detailed way. Items that point to discrimination should be taken out.
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ABSTRACT ................................................................................................................ 7 CHAPTER I. Introduction ..................................................................................................... 8 Purpose of this Study ................................................................................. 10 Significance of this Study ........................................................................... 11 Approach ................................................................................................ 11 II. The Aegean Sea in the Classical Time .......................................................... 12 Classical World in Greece ......................................................................... 12 Women in the Greek World ........................................................................ 15 Religion ...................................................................................................... 17 Gods and Heroes......................................................................................... 18 4 III. Classical Age in Art ...................................................................................... 24 Potteries ....................................................................................................... Chian: Grand and Black Figure Style ......................................................... 26 Red Figure Style ........................................................................................... 27 Ionian Cups.................................................................................................. 30 Clazmoneian Black Figure ......................................................................... 31 Northampton and Campana Groups ............................................................ 33 Caeretan Hydrias ......................................................................................... 34 Vroulian.......................................................................................................... 35 Situlas............................................................................................................. 35 Introduction to Trade Amphoras................................................................... 36 Amphora......................................................................................................... 37 Fikellura Amphora.......................................................................................... 38 Chian and Clazmoneian Amphoras................................................................ 39 Lesbian Amphoras.......................................................................................... 40 IV. The City in the Greek World…………………………………………………...... 5 Urban Development and the old cities of Greece.......................................... 42 Planing in the Classical Period....................................................................... 43 The ancient city and the Urban infrastructure................................................ 46 V. Civilization of The Black Sea.............................................................................. 48 The effects of Environment and Geography on the Black Sea Settlements.. 50 The Ancient Greek colonies on the Black Sea.................................................. 54 Greek Colonization on the Northern Black Sea………………………….... Apollonia Pontiki............................................................................................. 55 Olbia Pontiki................................................................................................... 56 Greek Colonization on the Eastern Black Sea ( Colchis)............................... 57 Phasis............................................................................................................. 59 Gyenos............................................................................................................. 61 Discorias.......................................................................................................... 61 Pichvnari....................................................................................................... 63 Cities or Commercial Centers......................................................................... 65 Greek Colonization on the Southern Black Sea............................................... 69 Sinope.............................................................................................................. 70 6 Chalckedon...................................................................................................... 71 Comparision of Greek Colonies at Iberia and Black Sea................................. 74 VI. Trade on the Black Sea........................................................................................... 77 Grain Trade...................................................................................................... 80 Metal Trade...................................................................................................... 85 Slave Trade....................................................................................................... 87 CONCLUSION .......................................................................................................... Conclusion……………………………………………………………….............. 90 List of Figures................................................................................................................ 93 List of Maps................................................................................................................. 125 BIBLIOGRAPHY........................................................................................................
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heal.advisorName
Manoledakis, Prof. Manolis
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heal.committeeMemberName
Manoledakis, Lec. Manolis
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Xydopoulos, Ass. Prof. I.
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Petropoulos, Ass. Prof. Elias
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heal.academicPublisher
School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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ihu
heal.numberOfPages
133
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