4 edition of Piracy in the ancient world found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Henry A. Ormerod.|
|Series||Half-title: The Ancient world|
|LC Classifications||D62 .O7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||25013775|
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Now available in paperback, Ormerod's classic Piracy in the Ancient World brings the treachery of the ancient high seas alive. Drawing on the works of Homer and Thucydides and the historical records that have survived from ancient Greece and Rome, Ormerod reconstructs the dangers of coastal living and seafaring and the attempts to protect against the threat of invasion from the Cited by: Now available in paperback, Ormerod's classic Piracy in the Ancient World brings the treachery of the ancient high seas alive/5(25).
Now available in paperback, Ormerod's classic Piracy in the Ancient World brings the treachery of the ancient high seas alive. Drawing on the works of Homer and Thucydides and the historical records that have survived from ancient Greece and Rome, Ormerod reconstructs the dangers of coastal living and seafaring and the attempts to protect against the threat of invasion from the.
Now available in paperback, Ormerod's classic Piracy in the Ancient World brings the treachery of the ancient high seas alive.
Drawing on the works of Homer. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 21 cm: Contents: Preface --Chapter I: Depredations committed on the seas --Chapter Piracy in the ancient world book Piracy, privateering and reprisals --Chapter III: Piracy in the ancient world book Eastern Mediterranean to the Persian Wars --Chapter IV: The Eastern Mediterranean --Chapter V: The western seas, the.
Konstam begins in the ancient world, covers many chronological eras and geographical zones, including medieval pirates, the Renaissance sea dogs, the Mediterranean corsairs, the 'golden age' and it's decline, pirates in the Indian Ocean, Chinese pirates, modern piracy and fictional pirates Cited by: Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small commission for each book sold through our affiliate partners.
Recommended By Numerous educational institutions recommend us, including Oxford University, Michigan State University, and University of Minnesota. PIRACY IN THE ANCIENT WORLD AN ESSAY IN M ED ITERRANEAN HISTORY HENRY A. ORMEROD, M.A. Professor of Greek in the University of Leeds Els ‘Ρόδον fi irXeiATfi ris Ό\νμπικί>ν ffKOev Τρωτών t&v μάντιν, καί πωί πλίώτίται άσφαλέως.
Χώ μάι>Tis, Πρώτον μίν, ΐφ-η, Καινην ίχΐ την ναΰν. This book is an historical study of piracy in the ancient Greek and Roman world.
It examines the origins and growth of piracy, the impact of piracy on trade, and the relationship between warfare and piracy, and evaluates attempts to suppress piracy by the states and rulers of the ancient world/5. This book is an innovative historical study of piracy in the Graeco-Roman world from the Archaic period to Late Antiquity.
It explores the conditions which allowed piracy to flourish in the ancient. Henry A. Ormerod () was professor of Greek at the University of Leeds, His book about piracy in the ancient world - "An Essay in Mediterranean History" - was first published by the University of Liverpool Press inalmost one hundred years ago/5(5).
Piracy, Pillage, and Plunder in Antiquity explores appropriation in its broadest terns in the ancient world, from brigands, mercenaries and state-sponsored "piracy", to literary appropriation and the modern plundering of antiquities. The chronological extent of the studies in this volume, written by an international group of experts, ranges from about BCE to the Book Edition: 1st Edition.
cern of national governments as well as ship o wners and transportation companies. However, piracy is an old pheno menon, dating bac k to the b eginning of seafaring, and the analysis of its Author: Giulia Berlusconi. Piracy in the Ancient World by Professor Henry A Ormerod starting at $ Piracy in the Ancient World has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
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Sign On My Account Basket Help. Piracy has been around since man took to the sea. In this book, pirate expert Angus Konstam sails through the brutal history of piracy, from the pirates who plagued the Ancient Egyptians to the Vikings raids and on to the era of privateers.5/5(7).
The earliest documented instances of piracy are the exploits of the Sea Peoples who threatened the ships sailing in the Aegean and Mediterranean waters in the 14th century BC. In classical antiquity, the Phoenicians, Illyrians and Tyrrhenians were known as pirates.
"Still the standard work on ancient piracy." — Lionel Casson, author of Ships and Seamanship in the Ancient World "A classic work of scholarship and, typical of a scholastic academic standard long lost, [it] is still the best on its subject.".
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ormerod, Henry Arderne, Piracy in the ancient world. Chicago, Argonaut, Summary.
Piracy, Pillage, and Plunder in Antiquity explores appropriation in its broadest terns in the ancient world, from brigands, mercenaries and state-sponsored "piracy", to literary appropriation and the modern plundering of antiquities.
The chronological extent of the studies in this volume, written by an international group of experts, ranges from about BCE to the. Piracy in the Ancient World: An Essay on Mediterranean History by H.A. Ormerod and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Pirates examines maritime piracy from the ancient world to today around the world.
Divided into fourteen chapters the book begins with the pirate ship, then examines in chronological sequence the history of piracy. of medieval Europe created space for the pirates to operate, and made suppression difficult. Piracy in the Ancient World For as long as humanity has conducted maritime commerce, pirates have preyed on seafarers.
Piracy was a ubiquitous part of Mediterranean life in the ancient world. Pirates would prey onFile Size: KB. Ancient Piracy Greek and Roman pirates.
The oldest evidence of the pirates' existence is an inscription on a clay tablet from the time of Pharo Echnaton ( BC). This document describes a pirates' ship attacking in North Africa.
There is also an. Piracy has occurred throughout history. In the ancient Mediterranean, piracy was often closely related to maritime commerce, and the Phoenicians appear to have engaged in both, as did the Greeks, the Romans, and the Carthaginians.
In the Middle Ages, Vikings from the north and Moors from the south also engaged in piracy. Piracy was a social phenomenon and once you knew where to look, you could begin to make out individuals in the crowd. Engineers, executives, employees, investigators, convicts, even burnouts.
Ancient Origins articles related to piracy in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends.
(Page 1 of tag piracy). Somali Piracy and Terrorism in the Horn of Africa The book provides readers with a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the spate of piracy and terrorism plaguing the waters of Somalia and the global threat posed by this activity.
Contesting the commonly held perception that the piracy and terrorism occurring in Somalia are two separate and unrelated activities, the. for piracy. Piracy and banditry were much more closely linked in the ancient world, in terms of both language and perception, than they are today.
It is, therefore, also important to consider how far the ancient language of piracy and banditry overlap and to what extent it is possible to distinguish between the two in ancient writings.
Coda: A Short History of Book Piracy Bodó Balázs. Introduction. The history of media piracy explored in this report is predominantly a history of the digital. era. Digital technologies have brought a sharp drop in the cost of reproduction of many cultural goods and, consequently, in the degree of control that producers exercise over howFile Size: KB.
Cilicia in Anatolia has an ancient history involving pirates and plunder; though likely no pirates like Johnny Depp. Mores the pity. So let us continue research into the area by having a look at piracy in the Ancient Mediterranean.
The ancient origins of piracy are still seen clearly in the modern world. The term 'pirate'. This is not meant to be an all-inclusive list or in-depth study of places where pirates tread without fear of reprisal, but rather a look at some infamous and obscure havens used throughout history, beginning with the Ancient World.
Ancient Greek pirates used the Lipari Islands as their base for over years. Istria offered Illyrian pirates. In the ancient Greek world, however, piracy was, much more than just an occasional headline, it was an endemic part of how the ancient world operated.
Alongside the continual military campaigns that crisscrossed the Aegean sea, a citizen of any city was perfectly free to fit out a private ship, capture enemy vessels and keep the spoils for. Pirates in Southeast Asia: The Worlds Most Dangerous Waters From41% of the world's pirate attacks happened in SE Asia.
Its waters have been declared the world's most dangerous by. The idea that powerful rulers should keep the seas safe had a long history in the classical world. Many states and rulers claimed to be suppressing piracy for the common good, although often they seem to have been acting more out of self-interest.
Yet not all those whom the ancient sources called pirates were mere armed robbers using ships. Piracy was widespread in ancient times and can be traced back to very old times. In fact piracy is widely regarded as the world’s oldest profession. The ancient world knew piracy well and several early authors even wrote about their encounters with pirates.
Some of the earliest pirates were the Phoenicians who plied the Mediterranean from about B.C. The world's attention was riveted in April when Somali pirates tried to seize the MaerskAlabama^ a U.S.
cargo vessel delivering relief supplies to Africa. Although the crew was able to fight off the intruders, the pirates seized the ship s skipper, Richard Phillips, and spent the next five days holding him hostage in a lifeboat bobbing. From ancient Greece to Hollywood: a brief history of piracy Piracy is thought to have started in Europe and now, with the disappearance of the Arctic Sea, it appears to have returned Haroon Siddique.
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History of famous pirates and piracy. Piracy is an act of robbery, criminal violence of other war-like acts that are committed at the sea by private parties that are not affiliated with any government. This term does not describe the crimes that are for instance committed by passengers on one single ship, but it refers to the raids of organized criminal groups across .