Literacy and Power in the Ancient World
This book consists of a series of studies, each by a specialist in a different period or area of the ancient history of the Mediterranean world and northern Europe, examining the relationship between power and the use of writing in ancient society. The studies range in date from c. 600 B.C. to A.D. 800. It is intended not to provide a complete coverage of the ancient world but to use particular case studies to examine ways in which the relationship between literacy and power can be analyzed.
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Literacy and power in the ancient world
The Persepolis Tablets speech seal and script
Literacy and the citystate in archaic and classical Greece
Literacy and language in Egypt in the Late and Persian Periods
Literacy and power in Ptolemaic Egypt
Power and the spread of writing in the West
Texts scribes and power in Roman Judaea
The Roman imperial army letters and literacy on the northern frontier
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