Cultures of Resistance in the Hellenistic East
Edited by Paul J. Kosmin and Ian S. Moyer
Table of Contents
Introduction, Paul J. Kosmin and Ian S. Moyer
Part I. The Big Events: Pattern and Crisis.
1. The Maccabean Model: Resistance or Adjustment?, Erich Gruen
2. The 'Great Theban Revolt', 206-186 BCE, Anne-Emmanuelle Veïsse
Part II. The Grounds for Resistance.
3. Memory and Resistance in the Seleucid World: The Case of Babylon, Johannes Haubold
4. 'After him a king will arise': Framing Resistance in Seleucid Babylonia, Kathryn Stevens
5. Diverging Memories, Not Resistance Literature: The Maccabean Crisis in the Animal Apocalypse and 1 and 2 Maccabees, Sylvie Honigman
6. Revolts, Resistance, and the Materiality of the Moral Order in Ptolemaic Egypt, Ian S. Moyer
Part III. The Edges of Resistance.
7. An Impossible Resistance? Anatolian Populations, Ethnicity, and Greek Powers in Asia Minor during the Second Century BCE, Laurent Capdetrey
8. 'Herakles is stronger, Seleukos': Local History and Local Resistance in Pontic Herakleia, Daniel Tober
9. Central Asian Challenges to Seleucid Authority: Synchronism, Correlation, and Causation as Historiographical Devices in Justin's Epitome of Trogus, Rachel Mairs