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The Cambridge Ancient History is een status quaestionis voor het onderzoek in de oude geschiedenis. Het omvat veertien volumes.

Bibliografie[bewerken]

  • I.E.S. Edwards - C.J. Gadd - N.G.L. Hammond (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. I. Part 1. Prolegomena and Prehistory, Cambridge, 1970³.
  • I.E.S. Edwards - C.J. Gadd - N.G.L. Hammond (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. I. Part 2. Early History of the Middle East, Cambridge, 1971³.
  • I.E.S. Edwards - C.J. Gadd - N.G.L. Hammond (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. II. Part 1. The Middle East and the Aegean Region. c.1800–1380 BC, Cambridge, 1973³.
  • I.E.S. Edwards - C.J. Gadd - N.G.L. Hammond - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. II. Part 2. The Middle East and the Aegean Region. c.1380–1000 BC, Cambridge, 1975³.
  • J. Boardman - I.E.S. Edwards - N.G.L. Hammond - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. III. Part 1. The Prehistory of the Balkans. the Middle East and the Aegean World. Tenth to Eighth Centuries BC, Cambridge, 1982².
  • J. Boardman - I.E.S. Edwards - E. Sollberger - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. III. Part 2. The Assyrian and Babylonian Empires and Other States of the Near East. from the Eighth to the Sixth Centuries BC, Cambridge, 1992².
  • J. Boardman - N.G.L. Hammond (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. III. Part 3. The Expansion of the Greek World. Eighth to Sixth Centuries BC, Cambridge, 1982².
  • J. Boardman - N.G.L. Hammond - D.M. Lewis - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. IV. Greece and the Western Mediterranean. c.525 to 479 BC, Cambridge, 1988².
  • D.M. Lewis - J. Boardman - J.K. Davies - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. V. The Fifth Century BC, Cambridge, 1992².
  • D.M. Lewis - J. Boardman - S. Hornblower - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. VI. The Fourth Century BC, Cambridge, 1994².
  • F.W. Walbank - A.E. Astin - M.W. Frederiksen - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. VII. Part 1. The Hellenistic World, Cambridge, 1984².
  • F.W. Walbank - A.E. Astin - M.W. Frederiksen - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. VII. Part 2. The Rise of Rome to 220 BC, Cambridge, 1990².
  • A.E. Astin - F.W. Walbank - M.W. Frederiksen - a.o. (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. VIII. Rome and the Mediterranean to 133 BC, Cambridge, 1989².
  • J.A. Crook - A. LintottE. Rawson (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. IX. The Last Age of the Roman Republic. 146–43 BC, Cambridge, 1994².
  • K. Bowman - E. Champlin - A. Lintott (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. X. The Augustan Empire. 43 BC–AD 69, Cambridge, 1996².
  • A.K. Bowman - P. Garnsey - D. Rathbone (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. XI. The High Empire. AD 70–192, 2000.
  • A. Bowman - A. Cameron - P. Garnsey (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. XII. The Crisis of Empire. AD 193–337, 2005².
  • A. Cameron - P. Garnsey (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. XIII. The Late Empire. AD 337–425, Cambridge, 1997.
  • A. Cameron - B. Ward-Perkins - M. Whitby (edd.), The Cambridge Ancient History. XIV. Late Antiquity: Empire and Successors. AD 425–600, Cambridge, 2001.