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Transformed Landscapes, Transformed Peoples: Exploring the Environmental Impacts of Classical Greek Siege Warfare

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posted on 2023-10-05, 20:53 authored by BENJAMIN JAMES CRAWLEY
This study seeks to expand current understanding of the impacts of ancient siege warfare. By emphasizing the wider environmental consequences that accompanied Classical Greek siege warfare, the thesis seeks to better understand how individual Greeks were affected in the aftermath of the siege. Both tangible impacts, to the environment, food supply, and economy, are examined as well as intangible impacts to the psyche of individuals. The thesis also examines how the landscape, physically transformed by war, served to remind witnesses of the event which transformed it, and may have exacerbated the trauma felt by individuals following their siege experiences.

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Principal supervisor

Andrew Connor

Additional supervisor 1

Jessie Birkett-Rees

Year of Award

2023

Department, School or Centre

School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies

Course

Master of Arts

Degree Type

MPHIL

Campus location

Australia

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Faculty of Arts

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