Rethinking the other in antiquity /
Prevalent among classicists today is the notion that Greeks, Romans, and Jews enhanced their own self-perception by contrasting themselves with the so-called Other--Egyptians, Phoenicians, Ethiopians, Gauls, and other foreigners--frequently through hostile stereotypes, distortions, and caricature. I...
|Published:||Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, |
|Series:||Martin classical lectures (Unnumbered). New series.
|Online Access:||EBSCOhost - Click to view - Access for Lincoln College students, faculty, and staff only|
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