On the Agora: The Evolution of a Public Space in Hellenistic and Roman Greece (c. 323 BC – 267 AD)
On the Agora is an innovative study of the transformation of the Greeks' most important public space for the period from the death of Alexander the Great (323 BC) to the height of the Roman Empire (c. 200 AD).
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Chapter 1 The Early Hellenistic Period 323BC197BC
Chapter 2 The Late Hellenistic Period 197BC31BC
Chapter 3 The Early Imperial Period 31BC97AD
Chapter 4 The High Imperial Period 97AD267AD
Chapter 5 Conclusion
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