This edition incorporates new scholarship and more on the Delian League and the Athenian Empire
, more sources, and extended discussion of the growth of Athenian imperialism towards Samos, Mytilene, and Melos.
Steiner, "The mbqr at Qumran, the episkopos in the Athenian Empire
, and the Meaning of Ibqr' in Ezra 7:14: On the Relation of Ezra's Mission to the Persian Legal Project," JBL 120 : 623-46.
Her focus then narrows to Athens, as she explores the record of his arrival in the city, the topography of his Athenian cult, and his place and role in the Athenian empire
Athens had evolved into an Athenian Empire
(the following from Fornara, 1977).
In any case, the former master of the Mediterranean was overrun by Mycenaean and then Dorian Greeks and eventually became a vassal of the new Athenian empire
As the largest member of this confederacy, Athens exercised de facto control over the purse and by exercising such control, converted the Delian League into nothing more or less than an Athenian empire
The Athenian Empire
depended upon the collection of taxes, military conscription, and land grabs from allied/subject states.
As the history textbooks put it, the 'Delian League' which began as an ancient version of NATO, matured into the Athenian Empire
, and the income from it financed the Parthenon.
This lollygagging cost Xerxes the war, and Greece went on to build the Athenian Empire
The earliest publicly supported museum on record was located in Athens during the period of the so-called Athenian Empire
, in the fifth century B.
When rebels from the Athenian empire
on the island of Thasos asked for Sparta's aid in 466/62 (?
Chapter three analyzes the creation of the Athenian Empire