Empires to be remembered : Ancient Worlds through Modern Times /

By applying a comparative approach the volume focuses on a select group of "empires" which are generally not in the focus of empires studies. They are studied in detail and analyzed due to a strict concept that takes into account real history and reception history as well. Reception histor...

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Other Authors: Gehler, Michael (Editor, http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/edt), Rollinger, Robert (Editor, http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/edt)
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Language:English
Published: Wiesbaden : Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden : Imprint: Springer VS, 2022.
Edition:1st ed. 2022.
Series:Universal- und kulturhistorische Studien. Studies in Universal and Cultural History,
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505 0 |a Introduction -- I. Theories of Empires: an ongoing debate -- II. Empires and Bureaucracies -- III. Europe | Europa -- IV. Early Medieval Steppe Empires in Europe -- V. The Mediterranean and the Near East | Das Mittelmeer und Vorderasien -- VI. Central Asia before Islam -- VII. Iranian and Central Asian Formations of Empires in the Shadow of Mongol Rule -- VIII. Southeast Asia -- IX. Africa and Eurocentrism -- X. The Americas | Die Amerikas -- XI. General Observations and Considerations. Mit Beiträgen von Graham CONNAH, Alexander DEMANDT, Bogusław DYBAŚ, Sven EXTERNBRINK, Tilman FRASCH, Michael GEHLER, Leonhard HARDING, Birgitt HOFFMANN, Milinda HOO, Doris KURELLA, Bernhard PALME, Jürgen PAUL, Walter POHL, Friedrich PÖHL, Khodadad REZAKHANI, Robert ROLLINGER, Kai RUFFING, Arno SONDEREGGER, Arnold SUPPAN, Seçil ULUISIK, Matthew W. WATERS, Josef WIESEHÖFER, Daniel ZIEMANN. 
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