Ian Morris
Ian Morris
Willard Professor of Classics and History, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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Cited by
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Year
Ethnic identity in Greek antiquity
JM Hall
Cambridge University Press, 2000
15512000
Why the west rules-for now: The patterns of history and what they reveal about the future
I Morris
Profile books, 2010
10362010
Burial and ancient society: the rise of the Greek city-state
I Morris
Cambridge University Press, 1987
9621987
Death-ritual and social structure in classical antiquity
I Morris, M Ian
Cambridge University Press, 1992
8871992
Archaeology as cultural history: words and things in Iron Age Greece
I Morris
Wiley-Blackwell, 1991
5481991
The Cambridge economic history of the Greco-Roman world
W Scheidel, I Morris, RP Saller
Cambridge University Press, 2007
4722007
The use and abuse of Homer
I Morris
Classical Antiquity 5 (1), 81-138, 1986
3811986
A new companion to Homer
I Morris, BB Powell
Brill, 1997
3181997
The historical dimension in mortuary expressions of status and sentiment [and Comments and Reply]
A Cannon, B Bartel, R Bradley, RW Chapman, ML Curran, DWJ Gill, ...
Current anthropology 30 (4), 437-458, 1989
2991989
The Strong Principle of Equality
I Morris
DÍmokratia: A conversation on democracies, ancient and modern, 19-48, 1996
2661996
Archaeologies of Greece
I Morris
Classical Greece: ancient histories and modern archaeologies, 8-47, 1994
2641994
War! what is it Good For?: Conflict and the Progress of Civilization from Primates to Robots
I Morris
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2014
2632014
The measure of civilization: how social development decides the fate of nations
I Morris
Princeton University Press, 2013
2502013
Mediterraneanization
I Morris
Mediterranean Historical Review 18 (2), 30-55, 2003
2372003
The ancient economy: Evidence and models
JG Manning, I Morris
Stanford University Press, 2007
2142007
Gift and commodity in Archaic Greece
I Morris
Man, 1-17, 1986
2121986
Democracy, empire, and the arts in fifth-century Athens
I Morris
Harvard University Press, 1998
2051998
The archaeology of ancestors: the Saxe/Goldstein hypothesis revisited
I Morris
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 1 (2), 147-169, 1991
1981991
The early polis as city and state
I Morris
City and country in the ancient world, 25-57, 1991
1941991
The early Roman empire: consumption
WM Jongman
The Cambridge economic history of the Greco-Roman world, 592-618, 2007
1752007
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