This book deals with political propoganda in classical antiquity, exploring the contexts, strategies, and parameters of a fascinating phenomenon that has often been approached with anachronistic models or completely ignored. It offers case studies on the archaic period, classical Athens, the Hellenistic kingdoms, the Augustan age and the late Roman empire.
THE MANIPULATIVE MODE
POLITICAL PROPAGANDA IN ANTIQUITY: A COLLECTION OF CASE STUDIES (WITH K.A.E. ENENKEL)