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India and the Mediterranean: Bibliography

[Note: This is somewhat outdated - it does not list items/books/articles later than the mid 1990s.]

G.D Alles, 'Surface, space, and intention: the Parthenon and the Kandariya Mahadeva', History of Religions 28 (1988) 3-36.

F. Altheim, Die Araber in der Alten Welt I (Berlin 1964).

F. Altheim, Weltgeschichte Asiens im griechischen Zeitalter I-II (1947-48).

G. Anderson, Sage, Saint and Sophist: Holy Men and Their Associates in the Early Roman Empire (London 1993).

J. André & J. Filliozat (edd.), L'Inde vue de Rome: Textes latins de l'antiquité rélatif à l'Inde (Paris 1986).

J. Arce, 'Tharsis-India-Aethiopia : a proposito di Hieron. Ep. 37.' RStudFen V (1977) 127-130.

U.P.   Arora, Graeco-Indica: India's cultural contacts with the Greek World (New Delhi 1991).

J.E. Atkinson, A commentary on Q. Curtius Rufus' Historiae Alexandri Magni, books 3 and 4 (Amsterdam 1980).

E. Badian, 'Alexander in Iran', in The Cambridge History of Iran II ed. I. Gershevitch (Cambridge 1985) 420-501.

J.P.V.D. Balsdon, Romans and Aliens (London 1980).

G.N. Banerjee, Hellenism in Ancient India. (New Delhi 1981).

E. Baynham, 'Who put the 'Romance' in the Alexander Romance?: The Alexander Romances within Alexander Historiography', AHB 9.1 (1995) 1-13.

S. Beal (tr. & ed.), The Travels of Fa-Hian and Sung-Yun AD 400 and AD 518 (London 1869).

A.S. Beg, Plato's esoteric logic of dialogue-writing. Aligarh, India: Univ. Pr., 1984.

V. Begley & R.D. de Puma (edd.), Rome and India: The Ancient Sea Trade (Madison 1991).

V. Begley, 'Arikamedu Reconsidered', AJA 87 (1983) 461-481.

B. Berg, 'Dandamis: an early Christian portrait of Indian asceticism', CM 31 (1970) 269-305.

B. Berg, 'The letter of Palladius on India', Byzantion XLIV (1974) 5-16.

J.M. Bigwood, 'Ctesias' Indica and Photius', Phoenix 43 (1989) 302-316.

J. Boardman, The Diffusion of Greek Art.

J. Boardman, 'The Ketos in India.' in Kahil L., Augé C. & Linant de Bellefonds P. (dir.), Iconographie classique & identités régionales. Paris 26 et 27 mai 1983. BCH Suppl. XIV Paris de Boccard, 1986 447-453.

F. Bornmann, 'Sulla spedizione di Dionisio in India nel poema di Nonno.' SIFC XLVII (1975) 52-67.

A.B. Bosworth, A historical commentary on Arrian's History of Alexander. Vol. I. (Oxford 1980).

A.B. Bosworth, Alexandre le Grand: image et realite. Sept exposés suivis de discussions par A.B. Bosworth [et al.] ; entretiens prepares par E. Badian, presides par Denis van Berchem (Geneve 1976).

A.B. Bosworth, Conquest and empire : the reign of Alexander the Great (Cambridge 1988).

A.B. Bosworth, From Arrian to Alexander : studies in historical interpretation (Oxford 1988).

A.B. Bosworth, 'The Indian satrapies under Alexander the Great.' Antichthon XVII (1983) 37-46.

G.W. Bowersock, Roman Arabia (Cambridge, Mass. 1992).

B. Breloer & F. Bömer (edd.), Fontes Historiae Religionum Indicarum (Bonn 1939).

T.S. Brown, 'The reliability of Megasthenes', AJPh 76 (1955) 18-33.

P. Brown, 'The Rise and Function of the Holy Man', JRS 61 (1971) 80-101.

J. Brummack, Die Darstellung des Orients in den deutschen Alexandergeschichten des Mittelalters (Berlin 1966).

P.A. Brunt, 'On Historical Fragments and Epitomes', CQ n.s. 30 (1980) 477-494.

P.A. Brunt, Arrian (London 1976-1983).

E.A.W. Budge, The Alexander Book in Ethiopia (Oxford 1933).

E.A.W. Budge, The History of Alexander, being the Syriac Version of the Pseudo-Callisthenes (Cambridge 1889).

E..H. Bunbury, A History of Ancient Geography. 2 Vols. (London 1879-1883).

A.R. Burn, Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Empire (London 1947).

S.M. Burstein (tr. & ed.), Agatharchides of Cnidus: On the Erythraean Sea (London 1989).

M. Cary & E.H. Warmington, The Ancient Explorers (Harmondsworth 19632).

M. Cary, The Geographic Background of Greek and Roman History ().

J.M. Casal, Fouilles de Virampatnam-Arikamedu (1949).

L.  Casson, 'Egypt, Africa, Arabia, and India. Patterns of seaborne trade in the first century A. D.' BASP XXI (1985) 39-47.

L. Casson, 'Rome's trade with the east. The sea voyage to Africa and India.' TAPhA CX (1980) 21-36.

L. Casson, The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea (Princeton 1989).

L. Casson, 'The sea route to India. Periplus maris Erythraei 57.' CQ XXXIV (1984) 473-479.

L. Casson, Travel in the Ancient World, Ships and Seamanship: The Ancient Mariners (London 1974).

N.M. Chapekar, Ancient India and Greece. A study of their cultural contacts (Delhi 1977).

M.P. Charlesworth, 'Roman Trade with India: a Re-survey', in Studies in Roman Economic and Social History (in Honour of Allan Chester Johnson) ed. P. Coleman-Norton (1951).

M. Charlesworth, Trade-Routes and Commerce of the Roman Empire (Cambridge 19262).

S. Chattopadyaya, The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea and Ptolemy's account of the ancient geography of India (Calcutta 1980).

W.E Clark, 'The Importance of Hellenism from the point of view of Indic-Philology. I', CP 14.4 (1919) 297-313.

W.E Clark, 'The Importance of Hellenism from the point of view of Indic-Philology. II', CP 15.1 (1920) 1-22.

J.M. Cook, The Greeks in Ionia and the East (London 1962).

G. Costa, 'Il dio d'oro in Grecia e in India. Lingua poetica e tradizione religiosa.' AGI LXIX (1984) 26-52.

B.W  Cunliffe, Greeks, Romans and Barbarians (London 1988).

A. Cunningham, Coins of Alexander's successors in the East (Delhi 1970).

P. Daffinà, 'India e mondo classico. Nuovi risultati e prospettive.' AFLM X (1979) 11-33.

A. Dahlquist, Megasthenes and Indian Religion (Uppsala 1960).

J. D'Arms & E.C. Kopff, The Seaborne Commerce of Ancient Rome (Rome 1980).

D.  Daube,. 'Black hole.' RJ II (1983) 177-193.

J.W. de Jong, 'The over-burdened earth in India and Greece.' JAOS CV (1985) 397-400.

Y.A. Daugé, Le barbare: recherches sur la conception romaine de la barbarie et de la civilisation (1981).

Y.A. Daugé, Hérodote et les peuples non grecs (1990).

J.D. Derrett, 'The History of "Palladius on the Races of India and the Brahmans"', C&M 20-22 (1959-1961) 64-135.

J. Desanges, 'Rome et les riverains de la mer rouge au IIIe siecle de note ere. Apercus récents et nouveaux problèmes', Ktema 9 (1984) 249-260.

J. Desanges, E.M. Stern and P. Ballet, Sur les routes antiques de l'Azanie et de l'Inde. Le fonds Révoil du Musée de l'homme (Paris 1993).

J.S. Deyell, 'Indo-Greek and Ksaharata coins from the Gujarat seacoast.' NC CXLIV (1984) 115-127.

A. Dihle, 'Die Entdeckungsgeschichtlichten Voraussetzungen des Indienhandels der römischen Kaiserzeit', in ANRW 2.9.2 (1978) 546-580

A. Dihle, Antike und Orient: Gesammelte Aufsätze (Darmstadt 1984).

A. Dihle, Der Seeweg nach Indien (1974).

A. Dihle, Umstrittene Daten: Untersuchungen zum Auftreten der Griechen am Roten Meer (1965).

O.A.W. Dilke, Greek and Roman Maps (Ithaca 1985).

S. Doshi, India and Greece (Bombay 1985).

P.  Eggermont,. 'India en de hellenistische rijken. Totalbeeld van een maatschappij tussen ca. 550-ca. 150 v. Chr.' Kleio VIII (1978) 145-153.

J. Ferguson & M. Keynes, 'China and Rome', ANRW 2.9.2 (1978) 581-603.

J. Filliozat, 'La valeur des connaissances gréco-romaines sur l'Inde', JS (1981) 97-135.

T. Fischer-Hansen (ed.), East and West: Cultural Relations in the Ancient World. Danish Studies in Classical Archaeology (Copenhagen 1988).

E. Flintoff, 'Pyrrho and India'. Phronesis XXV (1980) 88-108.

A.  Forbiger, Handbuch der alten Geographie ().

G. Fowden, 'The Pagan Holy Man in Late Antique Society', JHS 102 (1982) 46-48.

P.M. Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria (Oxford 1972).

P. Gardner, The Coins of the Greek and Scythic Kings of Bactria and India (Chicago 1966 [1st edition 1886]).

P. Garnsey, K. Hopkins & C.R. Whittaker, Trade in the Ancient Economy (London 1983).

G.E. Gerini, Researches on Ptolemy's geography of eastern Asia (Further India and Indo-Malay Archipelago). 2nd ed. New Dehli: Orient. Books Repr., 1974.

L. Gorelick & A.J. Gwinnett, 'Diamonds from India to Rome and Beyond', AJA 92 (1988) 547-552.

J.D. Grainger, Seleukos Nikator: Constructing a Hellenistic Kingdom (London 1990) esp. 103-113.

P. Green, Alexander of Macedon, 356-323 B.C : a historical biography (Harmondsworth 1974).

C. Grottanelli, 'Yoked Horses, Twins, and the Powerful Lady. India, Greece, Ireland, and elsewhere.' JIES XIV (1986) 125-152.

L.L. Gunderson, Alexander's letter to Aristotle about India. Beitr. zur Klass. Philol. CX (Meisenheim 1980).

A. Guzmán Guerra, 'Las notas marginales a la Anábasis y la India de Arriano en el ms. 4622 de la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid.' Habis XIV (1983) 51-60.

E. Haight (tr.), The Romance of Alexander (New York 1954).

J.R. Hamilton, Alexander the Great (London 1973).

N.G.L. Hammond, Alexander the Great : king, commander and statesman (London 1981).

N.G.L. Hammond, Three historians of Alexander the Great : the so-called Vulgate authors, Diodorus, Justin and Curtius (Cambridge 1983).

A.J. Heisserer, Alexander the Great and the Greeks : the epigraphic evidence (Norman, Okla. c1980).

A. Henrichs, 'Thou shalt not kill a tree. Greek, Manichaean and Indian tales.' BASP XVI (1979) 85-108.

P.V. Hill, 'A puzzling aureus of Septimius Severus from India.' NCirc XCII (1984) 259.

P.V. Hill, 'Second thoughts on the aureus of Septimius Severus from India.' NCirc XCII (1984) 323.

F.L. Holt, Alexander the Great and Bactria (Leiden 1988).

G.W.B. Huntingford (tr. & ed.), The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea (London 1980).

Hyde The Ancient Greek Mariners.

K. Karttunen, 'A miraculous fountain in India', Arctos XIX (1985) 55-65.

K. Karttunen, India in Early Greek Literature (Helsinki 1989).

K.  Karttunen, 'On the contacts of South India with the Western world in ancient times, and the mission of the apostle Thomas.' in South Asian religion and society, Nordic Res. course in Sipoo, Finland 10-18 Aug. 1981 Stud in Asian topics, XI. Curzon: Pr. Riverdale Cº, 1986. 189-204.

K. Karttunen, 'The country of fabulous beasts and naked philosophers. India in classical and medieval literature', Arctos XXI (1987) 43-52.

A. Kührt & S.M. Sherwin-White, Hellenism in the East (London 1988).

C.M.  Kraay, 'Demetrius in Bactria and India.' NAC X (1981) 219-233.

N.J. Krom, 'Seleukos und Candragupta', Hermes 44 (1909) 154 ff.

P. Lamprecht, Das Alexanderlied des Pfaffen Lamprecht: Strassburger Alexander / Text, Nacherzahlung, Worterklarungen [von] Irene Ruttmann (Darmstadt).

R. Lane Fox, Alexander the Great (London 1973).

E. Lascarides-Zannas,. 'Greece and South India. From Ptolemy Philadelphus (283-246 B.C.) to Cosmas Indicopleustes (c. 545 A.D.).' in World Tamil Conference held at Madurai, 4th-10th Janv. 1981, 1981. 1-11.

J. Legge, A record of Buddhistic kingdoms: being an account by the Chinese monk Fa-hien of his travels in India and Ceylon (A.D. 399-414) in search of the Buddhist books of discipline (Calcutta 1964).

E. Lengyel, Asoka the Great: India's Royal Missionary (New York 1969).

E. Lévy, 'Naissance du concept de barbare', Ktema 9 (1984) 5-14.

N. Lewis, Greeks in Ptolemaic Egypt : case studies in the social history of the Hellenistic world (Oxford 1986).

X. Liu, Ancient India and Ancient China: Trade and Religious Exchanges AD 1-600 (Delhi 1994).

J.R. Love, Antiquity and Capitalism: Max Weber and the Sociological Foundations of Roman Civilisation (London 1991).

G. Mathew, 'The Dating and Significance of the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea', in H.N. Chittick and R.J. Rotberg (edd.), East Africa and the Orient (New York 1975) 147-165.

J.W. McCrindle (ed. & tr.), The Christian Topography of Cosmas, an Egyptian Monk (New York 1897).

J.W. McCrindle (tr. & ed.), Ancient India as described by Ktesias the Knidian (1882).

J.W McCrindle (tr. & ed.), Ancient India as Described by Megasthenes and Arrian (1877).

J.W.  McCrindle (tr. & ed.), Ancient India as described by Ptolemy (1885).

J.W. McCrindle (tr. & ed.), Ancient India as described in Classical Literature: being a Collection of Greek and Latin Texts relating to India extracted from Herodotos etc. (1901).

J.W. McCrindle (tr. & ed.), The Commerce and Navigation of the Erythraean Sea (1879).

J.W. McCrindle (tr. & ed.), The Invasion of India by Alexander the Great as described by Arrian, Q. Curtius, Diodorus, Plutarch and Justin (New York 1969).

P. Meile, 'Les Yavanas dans l'Inde Tamoule', Journal Asiatique 232 (1940) 85.

R. Merkelbach, Die Quellen des griechischen Alexaderromans (Munich 1977[2]).

Merlin Perris, 'Animals in Aesop and the Jatakas', The Sri Lanka Journal of the Humanities 21.1-2 (1995) 57-87.

W.E.  Metcalf, 'Roman aurei from India.' ANSMusN XXIV (1979) 123-127.

E. Meyer, Blüte und Niedergang des Hellenismus in Asien (1925).

H.H. Miller, Bridge to Asia : the Greeks in the Eastern Mediterranean (New York 1967).

J.I. Miller, The Spice Trade (Oxford 1969).

A. Momigliano, Alien Wisdom (Cambridge 1990).

O. Murray, 'Herodotus and Hellenistic Culture', CQ 22 (1972) 200-213.

A.K. Narain, 'Alexander and India', G&R 12 (1965) 155-65.

A.K. Narain, The Indo-Greeks (Oxford 1957).

H. Nielsen, Medicaments used in the treatment of eye diseases in Egypt, the countries of the Near East, India and China in antiquity. Odense: Odense Univ. Pr., 1987.

J.M. O'Brien, Alexander the Great : the invisible enemy : a biography (London 1992).

A.N. Oikonomides, The deification of Alexander in Bactria and India.' AncW XII (1985) 69-71.

De L. O'Leary, How Greek Science Passed to the Arabs (London 1948).

P. Curtin, Cross-cultural Trade in World History (Cambridge 1994).

D. Pingree, 'The Indian and pseudo-Indian passages in Greek and Latin astronomical and astrological texts', Viator VII (1976) 141-195.

G. Pollet (ed.), India and the ancient world. History, trade and culture before A.D. 650. P. H. L. Eggermont jubilee volume presented on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta XXV. Leuven, 1987.

I. Puskás & Z. Kadár, 'Satyrs in India', ACD XVI (1980) 9-17.

I.  Puskás, 'Herodotus and India', Oikumene IV (1983) 201-207.

M. Raschke, 'New Studies in Roman Trade with the East', ANRW 2.9.2 (1978) 604-1378.

H. Rawlinson, Bactria: The History of a Forgotten Empire (1912).

H. Rawlinson, Intercourse between India and the Western World from the Earliest Times to the Fall of Rome (1926).

J. Reade (ed.), The Indian Ocean in Antiquity (London 1996).

B.P. Reardon, Collected Ancient Greek Novels (Berkeley 1989).

M. Renault, The Nature of Alexander (Harmondsworth 1983).

W. Robertson, An Historical Disquisition concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients had of India etc. (London 1791).

C.A. Robinson, Alexander the Great : the meeting of East and West in world government and brotherhood (New York 1947).

F. Rodríguez Adrados, 'La fábula de la golondrina de Grecia a la India y la Edad Media.' Emerita XLVIII (1980) 185-208.

J. Romm, The Edges of the Earth in Ancient Thought (Princeton 1992).

J. Sachse,. 'Quae ab antiquis Graecis et Romanis de India eiusque terrae incolis nota scriptaque sint.' Meander XXXIV (1979) 392-405.

R. Salomon, 'Epigraphic Remains of Indian Traders in Egypt', JAOS 111.4 (1991) 731-736.

H. Scharfe, 'The Maurya Dynasty and the Seleucids', Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Sprachforschung 85 (1971) 211-25.

W. Schmitthenner, 'Rome and India. Aspects of universal history during the Principate', JRS LXIX (1979) 90-106.

W.H. Schoff (tr. & ed.), The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea: Travel and Trade in the Indian Ocean by a Merchant of the First Century (London, Bombay & Calcutta 1912).

D.A. Scott, 'Ashokan missionary expansion of Buddhism among the Greeks (in NW India, Bactria and the Levant).' Religion XV (1985) 131-141.

J.W. Sedlar, India and the Greek world. A study in the transmission of culture. (Totowa 1980).

J. Seibert, Alexander der Grosse (Darmstadt 1972).

Shamasastry, Indian Antiquary (1909-10).

J.P. Sharma, Republics in Ancient India c. 1500 B.C.- 500 B.C. (Leiden 1968).

S.E. Sidebotham, 'Ports of the Red Sea and the Arabia-India trade.' MBAH V.2 (1986) 16-36.

V.A. Smith, Asoka ().

V.A. Smith, The Early History of India (1924).

A.C. Soper, 'The Roman Style in Gandhara', AJArch (1951) 311.

A. Stein, On Alexander's track to the Indus (1929).

E.L. Stevenson, Claudius Ptolemy: The Geography (New York 1991, facsimile reprint of 1932 edition).

R. Stoneman (ed. & tr.), Legends of Alexander the Great (London 1994).

R. Stoneman (tr. & ed.), The Greek Alexander Romance (London 1994).

R. Stoneman, 'Naked Philosophers', JRS 75 (1995)

R. Stoneman, 'Oriental Motifs in the Alexander Romance', Antichthon 26 (1992) 95-113.

R. Stoneman, 'Riddles in Bronze and Stone: Monuments and their Interpretation in the Alexander Romance.', GCN 6 (1995) 159-170.

R. Stoneman, 'Romantic Ethnography: Central Asia and India in the Alexander Romance', The Ancient World 25 (1994) 93-107.

R. Stoneman, 'The Alexander Romance: From History to Fiction' in J. R. Morgan and R. Stoneman edd., Greek Fiction: The Greek Novel in Context (London 1994) 117-129.

R. Stoneman, 'Who are the Brahmans?', CQ 44 (1994)

W.W Tarn, Alexander the Great (Cambridge 1948).

W.W. Tarn, Hellenistic civilisation (London 1953).

W.W. Tarn, The Greeks in Bactria and India (Cambridge 1951).

R. Thapar, A History of India. Vol. I. (Harmondsworth 1966).

R. Thapar, Asoka and the Decline of the Mauryas (Oxford 1961).

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J. Thorley, 'The Development of Trade between the Roman Empire and the East under Augustus', G&R 16 (1969) 209-23.

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A. Treloar, 'Ancient Greece and India.' Prudentia IX (1977) 81-96.

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W. Vincent, The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea (London 1800).

W. Vincent, The voyage of Nearchus from the Indus to the Euphrates (London 1797).

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E.H. Warmington, 'India' in OCD (Oxford 19722) 544.

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D.P.M. Weerakkoddy, 'Roman Coins of Sri Lanka: Some Observations', The Sri Lanka Journal of the Humanities 21.1-2 (1995) 1-30.

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C.B. Welles, Alexander and the Hellenistic world (Toronto 1970).

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R.E.M. Wheeler, Ancient India July (1946) 17ff.

R.E.M. Wheeler, Aspects of Archaeology (1951) 354ff.

R.E.M. Wheeler, My Archaeological Mission to India and Pakistan (London 1976).

R.E.M Wheeler, Rome beyond the Imperial Frontiers (London 1954).

C.R. Whittaker, Frontiers of the Roman Empire (London 1996).

U. Wilcken (tr. G.C. Richards), Alexander the Great (New York 1967)

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