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Alternatives to AthensVarieties of Political Organization and Community in Ancient Greece$
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Roger Brock and Stephen Hodkinson

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780199258109

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199258109.001.0001

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Space, Hierarchy, and Community in Archaic and Classical Macedonia, Thessaly, and Thrace

Space, Hierarchy, and Community in Archaic and Classical Macedonia, Thessaly, and Thrace

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(p.212) 12 Space, Hierarchy, and Community in Archaic and Classical Macedonia, Thessaly, and Thrace
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Alternatives to Athens
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ZOSIA HALINA ARCHIBALD

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199258109.003.0012

Detailed spatial exploration and analysis have been successfully applied by archaeologists in parts of north-west Europe, providing a great deal of information about the nature of socio-economic interaction within and between given regions, information which can also be used to infer socio-political relationships. The analysis of spatial relations has rarely been used by classical archaeologists as a method of understanding intercommunity contacts of a socio-economic or political kind, despite the successful application of such methods by geographers. Yet such methods are particularly appropriate in the study of ethnos-dominated regions. This chapter explores how we might begin to examine the interplay of spatial with other factors in Thessaly, Macedonia, and Thrace.

Keywords:   Thessaly, Macedonia, Thrace, spatial relations, socio-economic interaction

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