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    Byzantium 3

    Culture 21

    Persia 5

    Philosophy 22

    Greece 8

    Intersectionality 24

    Literature 12

    Law 25

    Slavery 16

    Archaeology 26

    Screen 18

    Rome 27

    Letter from the team
    Our list is expanding! We’re developing several important series so check these out and do
    be in touch if you’re working in these areas and you have a project that you’d like to talk
    • Edinburgh Byzantine Studies edited by Niels Gaul, Ruth Macrides, Alexander Riehle
    and Yannis Stouraitis, page 3
    • Edinburgh Approaches to Ancient Greek Institutional History edited by Mirko
    Canevaro, Edward Harris and David Lewis, page 8
    • Edinburgh Studies in Later Latin Literature edited by Gavin Kelly and Aaron Pelttari,
    page, 13
    • Edinburgh Studies in Ancient Slavery edited by Ulrike Roth, page 16
    • Ancient Cultures, New Materialisms edited by Lilah Grace Canevaro and Melissa
    Mueller, page 21
    • Intersectionality in Classical Antiquity edited by Mark Masterson, Fiona McHardy and
    Nancy Rabinowitz, page 24
    Our new books include The Edinburgh Companion to Sidonius Apollinaris edited by Gavin
    Kelly and Joop Van Waarden (page 12). This is a substantial and significant piece of
    scholarship combining the utility of a key research tool for studying Sidonius as well
    as offering completely new research. And we have 2 more volumes in our beautiful
    Edinburgh Studies in Ancient Persia series (page 6). Archaeology of Empire in Achaemenid
    Egypt by Henry P. Colburn and Zoroastrian Scholasticism in Late Antiquity by Arash Zeini.




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    Edinburgh Byzantine


    Series Editors: Niels Gaul, Ruth Macrides,
    Alexander Riehle and Yannis Stouraitis

    Edinburgh Byzantine Studies explores new theoretical and cross-cultural approaches to
    Byzantium. These innovative readings will draw on sociological methods as well as theorydriven and comparative approaches to highlight the connectivity of Byzantine Studies. The
    books in this series will significantly advance our understanding of this polity on the crossroads
    of cultures by looking at the historical, textual, linguistic, material, archaeological and visual
    remains of medieval Byzantium and its neighbours.

    New in the series

    Imperial Visions of Late Byzantium
    Manuel II Palaiologos and Rhetoric in Purple
    Florin Leonte, Palacký University of Olomouc,
    Czech Republic
    • Discusses the texts of the Byzantine emperor and
    prolific theologian and rhetorician
    • Explores Byzantine rhetorical innovations in the late
    Byzantine political and social context
    • Provides a fresh understanding of key pieces of
    Byzantine public rhetoric

    Hb & Ebook
    £85 | $130
    November 2019
    320 pages

    Social Stratification in Late
    Christos Malatras, University of Cologne
    • Identifies the main traits of Late Byzantine society and
    the ideas of the Byzantines about their social system,
    social values and the organisation of their society
    • Adopts modern sociological and anthropological
    theories to better understand Byzantine society
    • Offers a new explanation of the collapse of Byzantine
    society and the state in the face of external threats

    Hb & Ebook
    £85 | $130
    March 2020
    352 pages
    8 b&w illustrations,
    24 b&w line art

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    Byzantine Military Tactics in Syria and
    Mesopotamia in the 10th Century
    A Comparative Study

    Georgios Theotokis, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul

    The first comprehensive history of Byzantine warfare
    in the tenth century
    This book examines the strategies and military tactics of
    the Byzantines and their enemies in Eastern Anatolia,
    Syria and in Upper Mesopotamia in the tenth century.
    This period of conflict is difficult to define: it was too
    inactive to be called a ‘war’ but too active to be called a
    ‘cold war’. Nevertheless, it was a ‘war’, even if it lacked
    the numerous pitched battles or protracted sieges that
    defined other periods or other operational theatres
    of war. This study examines the way the Byzantines
    innovated and adapted their strategies and tactics to
    those of their enemies in the East, giving a rich picture of
    tenth-century Byzantine warfare.
    Hb £80.00 | $130.00 October 2018 360 pages
    9781474431033 Also available in Ebook

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    Edinburgh Studies in
    Ancient Persia


    Series Editor: Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones

    Edinburgh Studies in Ancient Persia is an exciting monograph series dealing with key aspects
    of the ancient Persian world from the Achaemenids to the Sasanians, exploring its history,
    reception, art, archaeology, religion, literary tradition (including oral transmissions) and
    philology. Books in the series provide an important synergy of the latest scholarly ideas about
    this formative ancient world civilization.

    Available in the series

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    Archaeology of Empire in
    Achaemenid Egypt

    Henry P. Colburn, University of Southern California
    A study of the material culture of Egypt during the
    period of Achaemenid Persian rule, c. 526-404 BCE
    Previous studies have characterised Achaemenid rule of Egypt
    either as ephemeral and weak or oppressive and harsh. These
    characterisations, however, are based on the perceived lack of
    evidence for this period, filtered through ancient and modern
    preconceptions about the Persians. Henry Colburn challenges
    these views by assembling and analyzing the archaeological
    remains from this period, including temples, tombs, irrigation
    works, statues, stelae, sealings, drinking vessels and coins.
    By looking at the decisions made about material culture - by
    Egyptians, Persians and others - it becomes possible to see both
    how the Persians integrated Egypt into their empire and the
    full range of experiences people had as a result.
    HB £85.00 | $130.00 November 2019 352 pages
    9781474452366 65 b&w illustrations, 3 b&w tables, 2 b&w line drawings
    Also available in Ebook

    Zoroastrian Scholasticism in
    Late Antiquity

    The Pahlavi version of the Yasna Haptaŋhāiti
    Arash Zeini, Freie Universität Berlin

    Examines Zoroastrian exegesis by investigating a late
    antique translation of an ancient Iranian text
    In late antiquity, Zoroastrian exegetes set out to translate their
    ancient canonical texts into Middle Persian, the vernacular of
    their time. Although undated, these translations, commonly
    known as the Zand, are often associated with the Sasanian era
    (224–651 ce). Despite the many challenges the Zand offers to
    us today, it is indispensable for investigations of late antique
    exegesis of the Avesta, a collection of religious and ritual texts
    commonly regarded as the Zoroastrians’ scripture.

    HB £95.00 | $145.00 March 2020 344 pages
    9781474442886 11 b&w illustrations, 17 b&w tables, 1 b&w line art
    Also available in Ebook




    Sasanian Persia

    Between Rome and the Steppes of Eurasia
    Edited by Eberhard W. Sauer, University of Edinburgh
    • Details Persia’s growing military and economic power
    in the late antique world
    • Covers the latest discoveries on foundations,
    fortifications and irrigation systems
    • Includes case studies on Sasanian frontier walls and
    urban culture in the Sasanian Empire

    PB, HB & Ebook
    £24.99 | $39.95
    May 2019
    336 pages
    84 b&w illustrations,
    5 b&w tables

    ReOrienting the Sasanians
    East Iran in Late Antiquity

    Khodadad Rezakhani, Princeton University
    • Provides a narrative history of Central Asia after the
    Greek dynasties and before Islam
    • Contextualises Persian history in relation to the
    history of Central Asia
    • Extends the concept of late antiquity further east than
    is usually done

    PB, HB & Ebook
    £19.99 | $29.95
    August 2018
    256 pages
    30 b&w illustrations

    Plutarch and the Persica
    Eran Almagor, Independent Scholar
    • Builds a picture of the character and structure of the
    lost Persica works by Ctesias of Cnidus, Deinon of
    Colophon, Heracleides of Cyme
    • Shows how Plutarch used the Persica works in his
    Lives with a specific focus on Artaxerxes
    • Considers the depiction of famous figures such as
    Alexander the Great and Themistocles in Plutarch’s

    HB & Ebook
    £85 | $130
    July 2018
    352 pages
    1 map

    Semiramis’ Legacy

    The History of Persia According to Diodorus of Sicily
    Jan P. Stronk, University of Amsterdam
    • Contains the first comprehensive account of Ancient
    Persian History and its context as seen by Diodorus - a
    well-informed Greek
    • Presents a complete review of the historical sources
    used by Diodorus, not merely for the Persian history
    but for the entire Biblioteca Historica
    • Offers a historic and cultural background to the
    account of Diodorus

    PB, HB & Ebook
    £29.99 | $44.95
    February 2018
    624 pages

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    New Approaches
    Editor: Greek
    Institutional History
    Series Editors: Mirko Canevaro, Edward Harris and David Lewis

    This series will showcase new trends in the study of Greek political, legal, social and
    economic institutions and institutional history. It will create a fruitful dialogue between
    Greek institutional historians and the political and social sciences – and in particular the New
    Books in the series will go beyond a traditional approach to offer theoretical and methodological
    reflection on the importance of institutions and on how we should study them. They will appeal
    to Greek historians and to political and social scientists alike.
    Your book should…

    Be 80-90,000 words long and may include maps and illustrations

    Be written at a level suitable for advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and academics
    working within Classics and Ancient History Departments and in Politics and the Social
    Sciences fostering dialogue between the disciplines

    Integrate social, political and economic history through a common focus on institutions

    Go beyond traditional institutional approaches by investigating Greek institutions as
    organic systems of rules, practices and ideas/discourses

    If you have a proposal suitable for this series we’d love to hear from
    you. Contact Senior Commissioning Editor Carol Macdonald to
    discuss your project: Carol.Macdonald@eup.ed.ac.uk



    The Edinburgh
    History of the Greeks


    Series Editor: Thomas W. Gallant

    The Edinburgh History of the Greeks is a 10-volume series covering the history of Greece and
    the Greeks over the last 3,500 years, from antiquity to the present. Each volume combines
    political history with social and cultural history to tell the story of the Greek people in an
    exciting, novel and innovative way.

    Available in the series
    The Edinburgh
    History of the Greeks,
    1453 to 1768

    The Edinburgh History
    of the Greeks,
    1768 to 1913

    The Ottoman Empire

    The Long Nineteenth Century

    Molly Greene

    Thomas W. Gallant

    PB, HB & Ebook
    £29.99 | $49.95
    July 2015
    248 pages
    8 b&w illustrations

    PB, HB & Ebook
    £29.99 | $49.95
    January 2015
    384 pages
    65 b&w illustrations,
    20 b&w tables, 9 Maps

    The Edinburgh
    History of the Greeks,
    c. 500 to 1050
    The Early Middle Ages
    Florin Curta
    PB, HB & Ebook
    £29.99 | $49.95
    March 2014
    376 pages
    10 Maps




    Edinburgh Leventis Studies
    Series Editor: Douglas Cairns

    This series, supported by the AG Leventis Foundation, is a forum for original research in
    all aspects of ancient Greek history and culture. Each volume is co-edited by Edinburgh
    University’s biennially appointed AG Leventis Visiting Professor of Ancient Greek.

    Available in the series




    Ancient Greek History and
    Contemporary Social Science
    Edited by Mirko Canevaro, Andrew Erskine, both at University of
    Edinburgh, Benjamin Gray, Birkbeck, University of London and Josiah
    Ober, Stanford University

    Defines the cutting-edge of scholarship on ancient Greek
    history employing methods from social science
    There is a long history of successful engagement between social
    science and classical studies. Social science has been a source of
    new and productive approaches to understanding ancient Greece,
    while classical Greek history and culture has been a touchstone for
    social theorists since the 19th century. This new collection of essays
    surveys the current state of the new field of ‘social science Greek
    history’ and demonstrates the potential of this interdisciplinary
    Substantial bodies of work that have contributed in fundamental
    ways to our understanding of classical Greece and its cultural
    legacy were produced in 20th century, by employing methods
    from anthropology, sociology, and psychology. More recently,
    the use of quantitative methods and formal theory, drawn from
    contemporary political science, economics, and sociology, has led
    to a new understanding of ancient Greek economic and political
    development. Meanwhile, normative considerations, drawn
    from contemporary political philosophy, have led to a richer
    understanding of Greek political thought and Greek institutional
    innovations – notably including democracy and the rule of law.
    • Introduces a new field within classical studies
    • Demonstrates the value of robustly interdisciplinary scholarship
    • Shows the practical value of social science for ancient history
    • Highlights the importance of Greek case studies for social
    • Contributors include Sara Forsdyke, David Lewis, Robert Fleck
    and Andrew Hanssen
    HB £95.00 | $150.00 June 2018 608 pages
    9781474421775 17 b&w & 26 colour illustrations, 4 b&w tables
    Also available in Ebook

    Also in the series

    Greek Laughter and Tears
    Antiquity and After

    Defining Greek

    Edited by Margaret Alexiou and
    Douglas Cairns

    Edited by Douglas Cairns
    and Ruth Scodel

    HB & Ebook
    £95 | $150
    June 2017
    504 pages
    30 b&w illustrations,
    1 b&w table

    Hb & Ebook
    £95 | $150
    March 2014
    392 pages
    1 b&w illustration,
    10 b&w drawings

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    The Edinburgh Companion to
    Sidonius Apollinaris
    Edited by Gavin Kelly, University of Edinburgh and
    Joop Van Waarden, Radboud University Nijmegen

    A multidisciplinary survey of Sidonius Apollinaris
    and his work
    Sidonius Apollinaris, c. 430 – c. 485, poet and letter-writer,
    aristocrat, administrator and bishop, is one of the most distinct
    voices to survive from Late Antiquity and an eyewitness of the
    end of Roman power in the west.
    For the first time, The Edinburgh Companion to Sidonius
    Apollinaris gives a full account of all aspects concerning his life
    and works, including past and current scholarship as well as
    new research developments.
    This substantial and significant piece of scholarship is divided
    into six thematic sections covering his social, political,
    linguistic, literary and prosopographical context as well as
    extensive manuscript and reception research.
    Based on entirely new scholarly work this interdisciplinary
    book combines the utility of a key research tool for studying
    Sidonius as well as a significant offering of wholly new
    • First-ever comprehensive
    research tool for Sidonius
    • Offers an assessment of the
    research on Sidonius and
    his age

    • Includes recommendations
    for further reading as well
    as a full bibliography,
    including all the scholarly
    literature on Sidonius
    • Includes links to the
    regularly updated Sidonius
    website www.sidonapol.org

    HB £195 | $250 May 2020 768 pages
    9781474461696 4 b&w illustrations
    Also available in Ebook

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