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Cyrene and Apollonia

R. G. Goodchild

Cyrene and Apollonia

an historical guide

by R. G. Goodchild

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Published by Department of Antiquities (Easter Region), United Kingdom of Libya in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cyrene (Extinct city),
  • Sūsah (Libya) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Richard Goodchild.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT239C9 G6 1963
    The Physical Object
    Pagination88 p. [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19625098M

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    Although most of Apollonia’s visible remains, like the three basilicas and the Palace of the Dux (where Theodora, the wife of the Byzantine emperor Justinian, lived for six years) date back to the Byzantine era, the city was founded in the 7th century BC as . According to Greek tradition, Cyrene was founded in BC as a settlement of Greeks from the island of Thera, traditionally led by Battus I, at a site 10mi from its associated port, Apollonia (Marsa Sousa).Traditional details concerning the founding of the city are contained in Herodotus' Histories IV. Cyrene promptly became the chief town of Libya and established commercial .

    Cyrene, with its port of Apollonia (Marsa Susa), remained an important urban center until the earthquake of , which damaged the Sanctuary of Demeter and Persephon in Cyrene. After the disaster, the emperor Claudius Gothicus restored Cyrene, naming it Claudiopolis, but the restorations were poor and precarious. Jews and Greeks in Ancient Cyrene. [Mit Kt. -Skizz.] 1 Review. Preview this book 1st century B.C. 2nd century 2nd century B.C. 4th century 4th century B.C. ager publicus Agora agricultural Alexandria ancient Apollonia appears Arkesilaos Augustus Barka Battus belongs Bengazi Berenice Cirene citizens city's cleruchs coins constitution 5/5(1).


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Cyrene (/ s aɪ ˈ r iː n iː /; Ancient Greek: Κυρήνη, romanized: Kyrēnē) was an ancient Greek and later Roman city near present-day Shahhat, was the oldest and most important of the five Greek cities in the region. It gave eastern Libya the classical name Cyrenaica that it has retained to modern times.

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History The Greek period. Cyrene was founded in BC as a settlement of Greeks from the Greek island of Thera (Santorini), traditionally led by Battus I, at a site 16 kilometres (10 mi) from its associated port, Apollonia (Marsa Sousa).Traditional details concerning the founding of the city are contained in Herodotus' Histories IV.

Cyrene promptly became the chief town of ancient. It seems probable that the city of Apollonia, the port of Cyrene, owed its foundation to this accession of immigrants, who arrived by sea direct, and not, like the first colonists, by the circuitous land route from the Gulf of Bombay.

(Grote, p. ) The lands promised to the new settlers had of course to be taken from the natives, whose. Children of Apollo begins in the desert of Cyrenaica province, near settlements of Apollonia and the splendid city of Cyrene, both across the water from Crete.

I was not able to travel to these two sites in modern Libya, but from my research they seem splendidly sited in the fertile lands near the Mediterranean.

Cyrene was founded as a colony of the Greeks of Thera, traditionally led by Aristotle (later called Battus) of Thera, about BC, ten miles from its port, Apollonia (Marsa Sousa).

Details concerning the founding of the city are contained in Book IV of the Histories of Herodotus. Cyrene was founded as a colony of the Greeks of Thera, traditionally led by Aristotle (later called Battus) of Thera, about BC.

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of Antiquities (Eastern Region), United Kingdom of Libya [s.l.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Cyrenaica was the name of an administrative division of Italian Libya from untilthen under British military and civil administration from untiland finally in the Kingdom of Libya from until In a wider sense, still in use, Cyrenaica includes all of the eastern part of Libya between longitudes E16 and E25, including the Kufra l: Benghazi.

Apollonia is recorded as established in ca BC as the ‘harbour of Cyrene’. Cyrenaica became a dependency of the Ptolemaic kingdom under Ptolemy I Soter in BC. The cities of Cyrenaica became independent in 97 BC, after the kingdom passed to Rome.

It received the name Apollonia. Apollonia became especially important in the fifth century, when the interior was abandoned to the Laguatan nomads (Synesius of Cyrene describes these disastrous years in his Catastasis). The port remained one of the last bases of the Byzantine troops and the palace of the dux must have been one of the most important military buildings in the.

A book by Richard Goodchild (available at ) called Cyrene and Apollonia, an Historical Guide is a valuable source of information about. English: Apollonia is an ancient Greek and Roman city in Cyrenaica - eastern Libya.

Français: Apollonie est un site archéologique situé en Cyrénaïque, en Libye actuelle, qui était le. Cyrene was founded in BC as a settlement of the Greeks from the Greek island of Thera, traditionally led by Battus I, ten miles from its port, Apollonia (Marsa Sousa).

Details concerning the founding of the city are contained in Book IV of Histories, by Herodotus of Halicarnassus. Libya Table of Contents.

Like the Phoenicians, Minoan and Greek seafarers had for centuries probed the North African coast, which at the nearest point lay kilometers from Crete, but systematic Greek settlement there began only in the seventh century B.C.

during the great age of Hellenic overseas colonization. The Smugglers of Cyrene. Unlock: we need to leave Apollonia by sea and head for the new search area that has appeared on the map just off the. The area of North Africa which has been known as Libya since was under Roman domination between BC and AD.

The Latin name Libya at the time referred to the continent of Africa in general. What is now coastal Libya was known as Tripolitania and Pentapolis, divided between the Africa province in the west, and Creta et Cyrenaica in the.

Apollonia and Berenice gradually superseded Cyrene and Barca respectively, being more in touch with Greece and less exposed to the hostile nomad Libyans, who increased in boldness and power: but Cyrene continued to be a great city after it had passed to Rome (96 B.C.), and up to the reign of Trajan, when a Jewish revolt and the repressive.Apollonia (ăpəlō`nēə) [Gr.,=of Apollo], name of several ancient Greek towns.

The most important was a port in Illyria on the Adriatic. It was founded by Corinthians and was later a Greek and a Roman intellectual center. Julius Caesar used it as a .