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Influence Alcaeus was greatly admired throughout antiquity, and the scholars at Alexandria placed him in the canon of nine Greek lyric poets. ; English translation, 1621) of the Roman poet Horace in matters of form, theme, image, and versification. Further Reading Burnett, Anne Pippin. Three Archaic Poets: Archilochus, Alcaeus, Sappho. London: Bristol Classical Press, 1998.
London: Routledge, 2002. Hamilton, Charles D. Agesilaus and the Failure of Spartan Hegemony. : Cornell University Press, 1991. Plutarch. The Age of Alexander: Nine Greek Lives. Translated by Ian ScottKilvert. New York: Penguin Books, 1973. Shipley, D. R. A Commentary on Plutarch’s Life of Agesilaos. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 1997. Michael S. Fitzgerald See also: Archidamus II of Sparta; King’s Peace; Leuctra, Battle of. 29 Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Employing a rudimentary technology upon a highly variable landscape, the ancient Greeks created a sophisticated agrarian base which aided the evolution of complex social and political systems.
The earliest evidence of olives (c. ) comes from Crete. Wild grapes were indigenous over much of northern Greece; however, the history of Greek winemaking is imperfectly understood. By Mycenaean times winemaking was well developed, and trade in wine, in addition to olives, was central to the Mycenaean economy. Two patterns emerged: expansion of agrarian enterprise for the production of trade commodities and small-scale mixed subsistence farming. Kinship-integrated cooperative households were the basic unit of smallscale production and consumption.