A spouse to recreation and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity provides a sequence of essays that follow a socio-historical standpoint to myriad points of old recreation and spectacle. Covers the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Empire
• comprises contributions from a number overseas students with numerous Classical antiquity specialties
• is going past the standard concentrations on Olympia and Rome to ascertain activity in towns and territories during the Mediterranean basin
• incorporates a number of illustrations, maps, end-of-chapter references, inner cross-referencing, and a close index to extend accessibility and support researchers
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