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Altertum und Mittelmeerraum

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Antike Lebenswelten

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ISBN : 9783447057615
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Download Free Antike Lebenswelten in PDF by Christoph Ulf Full eBook and published by Otto Harrassowitz Verlag. This book was released on 2008 with total page 972 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Beinahe sechzig Wissenschaftler der (Alt-) Historie, Altorientalistik, Archaologie, Klassischen Philologie, der Sportwissenschaft, Rechtswissenschaft und der Soziologie aus elf Landern folgen in diesem Band den Spuren des renommierten Grazer Historikers Ingomar Weiler. Sie prasentieren wesentliche und lesenswerte Beitrage zu wichtigen Feldern historischer Analyse, aber auch zu gegenwartig aktuellen Fragestellungen aus dem Blick der Vergangenheit oder in systematischer Absicht. In ihnen kommen der Sport und seine Faszination in Antike und Gegenwart, Genderperspektive und Frauengeschichte, Demographie, soziale Gruppen und Alltagswelten, rechtliche Fragen und Aspekte der Politikgeschichte ins Blickfeld. Daruber hinaus wird uber Geschichte als Gegenstand reflektiert und ihre Wirkungsmacht von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart an mehreren Beispielen dargestellt.


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Der Donaulimes in der Spätantike und im Frühmittelalter

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ISBN : 3643506899
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Download Free Der Donaulimes in der Spätantike und im Frühmittelalter in PDF by Andreas Schwarcz Full eBook and published by LIT Verlag Münster. This book was released on 2016 with total page 312 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Der Donaulimes schützte die neuralgische Nordgrenze Italiens und Konstantinopel. Seiner Bedeutung in Spätantike und Frühmittelalter ist dieser Band gewidmet. A. Schwarcz illustriert die Entstehung des Donaulimes in der Spätantike. E. Weber behandelt die Tabula Peutingeriana als wichtigste kartografische Quelle zum Imperium Romanum. M. Konrad untersucht die Kontinuitätsfrage des Legionslagers Regensburg. Drei Beiträge sind Pannonien gewidmet: M. Mosser behandelt das Legionslager in Vindobona, M. Kandler das Carnuntum, Z. Visy die Villen in der Valeria. Sieben Artikel untersuchen die untere Donau: A. Poulter die römische Strategie dort, G. Kabakchieva die Oescus-Gigen in der Spätantike. G. von Bülow und L. Vagalinski debattieren die Grabungsergebnisse von Iatrus-Krivina. R. Kostova beschreibt die Siedlungstätigkeit in Nordostbulgarien. C. Olariu analysiert die Geschichte und Archäologie von Dinogetia, C. Kirilov das Hauptstadtproblem im Ersten Bulgarischen Reich. C. Stepanov vergleicht die Grenzen an der Donau und im Kaukasus mit literarischen Erwartungen.


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Getrennte Wege?

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ISBN : 3938032146
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Download Free Getrennte Wege? in PDF by Robert Rollinger Full eBook and published by Verlag Antike. This book was released on 2007 with total page 655 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Includes papers from two sections of the 45th Deutscher Historikertag held in Sept. 2004 in Kiel, Germany, and from an international colloquium held in June 2005 in Innsbruck, Austria.


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Grenzen und Entgrenzungen

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Handgebrauch

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ISBN : 3846763624
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Download Free Handgebrauch in PDF by Robert Jütte Full eBook and published by Verlag Wilhelm Fink. This book was released on 2019-01-08 with total page 320 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Dieser Band bietet aufgrund seiner interdisziplinären Perspektive, die Ansätze der Medizin-, Kunst-, Kultur- und Liturgiegeschichte miteinander verbindet, Einsichten in die kulturelle Bedeutung der menschlichen Hand in der Vormoderne. Autorinnen und Autoren aus unterschiedlichen Disziplinen greifen u. a. voneinander abweichende religiöse Traditionen auf und vergleichen diese in einem neuen Licht. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt liegt dabei auf dem Waschen der Hände (im Christentum, Judentum und Islam), der mit der Hand zusammenhängenden Materialität (Gießgefäße, Handprothesen), auf der Frage des Einsatzes der Hand in verschiedenen Kontexten (als wichtigstes Instrument des Arztes, des Künstlers, in der Masturbation), ihrer symbolischen und liturgischen Aufladung (etwa in der Hagiographie, in Geistergeschichten), auf Gesten (insbesondere Schmähgesten) und der plastischen Abbildung der Hand (mittelalterliche Handreliquiare, medizinische Handmoulagen).


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Nikephoros - Zeitschrift für Sport und Kultur im Altertum

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ISBN : 3615004256
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Download Free Nikephoros - Zeitschrift für Sport und Kultur im Altertum in PDF by Paul Christesen Full eBook and published by Georg Olms Verlag. This book was released on 2016-10-04 with total page 399 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: NIKEPHOROS 26, 2013 Aufsätze Maria CHRISTIDIS, Theseus, mehr als ein Nationalheld. Zum kampanischen Lekanisdeckel der Universität Graz Thomas HEINE NIELSEN, A Note on the athloi in Drakon’s Homicide Law Evangelos ALBANIDIS, Exercise in Moderation. Health Perspectives of Hellenic Antiquity Cecilia NOBILI, Celebrating Sporting Victories in Classical Sparta. Epinician Odes and Epigrams Filippo CANALI DE ROSSI, Addizione di alcuni vincitori olimpici al catalogo degli Olympionikai. Il caso di Euagoras Andrew FARRINGTON, The Pythia of Sicyon Reyes BERTOLIN CEBRIAN, Change in Methods of Athlete Development in Hellenistic and Roman Imperial Sport? Christoph EBNER, Rechtliche Aspekte der Tierhetzen in Rom. Von der Republik bis in die Spätantike Jean-Paul THUILLIER, Factions du cirque et propriétaires de haras dans l’Espagne romaine Lucas CHRISTOPOULOS, Combat Sports Professionalism in Medieval China (220–960 AD) Marcel SIMONIS, Alea iacta est! Antikenrezeption in modernen Brettspielen Stephan WASSONG, Olympic Historiography in Germany. The Main Topics and the Challenges Bibliographie Zinon PAPAKONSTANTINOU/Sofie REMIJSEN, The Annual Bibliography of Sport in Antiquity 2013 Rezensionen Paul CHRISTESEN/Donald G. KYLE (eds.), A Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity, Malden MA: Wiley Blackwell 2013 (Mark Golden) Demetrios G. PAPAGEORGIOU, Olumpia kai Olumpiakoi Agwnej , Athen: Kapon 2013 (Wolfgang Decker) Hazel DODGE, Spectacle in the Roman World, London; New York: Bristol Classical Press 2011 (Jean-Paul Thuillier) Martin STESKAL/Martino LA TORRE, Das Vediusgymnasium in Ephesos. Archäologie und Baubefund, Wien: Verlag der ÖAW 2008 (Peter Scherrer) Drei Neuerscheinungen zu Agonistik, Gymnastik und anderen Formen der Freizeitkultur in der Spätantike (Ingomar Weiler) Günter MANSFELD, Der Held auf dem Wagen (Wolfgang Decker)


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Toponymy on the Periphery

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Download Free Toponymy on the Periphery in PDF by Julien Cooper Full eBook and published by BRILL. This book was released on 2020-08-03 with total page 736 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "In Toponymy on the Periphery, Julien Charles Cooper conducts a study of the rich geographies preserved in Egyptian texts relating to the desert regions east of Egypt. These regions, filled with mines, quarries, nomadic camps, and harbours are often considered as an unimportant hinterland of the Egyptian state, but this work reveals the wide explorations and awareness Egyptians had of the Red Sea and its adjacent deserts, from the Sinai in the north to Punt in the south. The book attempts to locate many of the placenames present in Egyptian texts and analyse their etymology in light of Egyptian linguistics and the various foreign languages spoken in the adjacent deserts and distant shores of the Red Sea"--


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Recht und Religion

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Download Free Recht und Religion in PDF by Heinz Barta Full eBook and published by Otto Harrassowitz Verlag. This book was released on 2008 with total page 224 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Im Jahre 2006 wurde in Innsbruck bereits zum dritten Mal eine internationale Tagung organisiert, die sich dem Prinzip einer 'Lebend(ig)en Rechtsgeschichte' verp?ichtet fuhlt und dabei unter einem explizit formulierten Leitthema und einer interkulturell vernetzenden Perspektive die Kulturen des antiken Mittelmeerraumes und Altvorderasiens ins Auge nimmt. Als Thema dieser Tagung wurden "Menschliche und gottliche Gerechtigkeitsvorstellungen im alten Orient und im alten Griechenland" ausgewahlt. Der Band versammelt insgesamt acht Beitrage, die einen weiten chronologischen und geographischen Bogen spannen. Das alte Sumer, Babylonien, Assyrien und das alte Agypten stehen ebenso im Zentrum einzelner Beitrage wie das Klassische und Archaische Griechenland sowie der vorislamische Iran. Alle Beitrage des Bandes kreisen um die interdisziplinar angelegte Frage nach der Entstehung und Begrundung von Recht in den jeweiligen Gesellschaften der Alten Welt, wobei im besonderen der in den schriftlich niedergelegten Rechtsmaterien fassbare Gerechtigkeitsbegriff der altorientalischen, agyptischen und griechischen Gesellschaften ins Auge genommen wird.


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Oral Tradition in Ancient Israel

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ISBN : 1725246414
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Download Free Oral Tradition in Ancient Israel in PDF by Robert D. Miller II, OFS Full eBook and published by Wipf and Stock Publishers. This book was released on 2011-09-08 with total page 170 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Providing a comprehensive study of "oral tradition" in Israel, this volume unpacks the nature of oral tradition, the form it would have taken in ancient Israel, and the remains of it in the narrative books of the Hebrew Bible. The author presents cases of oral/written interaction that provide the best ethnographic analogies for ancient Israel and insights from these suggest a model of transmission in oral-written societies valid for ancient Israel. Miller reconstructs what ancient Israelite oral literature would have been and considers criteria for identifying orally derived material in the narrative books of the Old Testament, marking several passages as highly probable oral derivations. Using ethnographic data and ancient Near Eastern examples, he proposes performance settings for this material. The epilogue treats the contentious topic of historicity and shows that orally derived texts are not more historically reliable than other texts in the Bible.


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Urban Religion

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ISBN : 3110634422
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Download Free Urban Religion in PDF by Jörg Rüpke Full eBook and published by Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG. This book was released on 2020-02-24 with total page 250 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: So far religion has been seen as cause for dramatic developments in the history of cities, it has contributed to the monumentalisation of centres and or has given importance to ex-centric places. Very recently, anthropologists have been discovering religion in the contemporary global city. But still awaiting historical investigation is the specific urban character of religious ideas, practices and institutions and the role of urban space shaping this very ‘religion’ in the course of history. The time-span from the Hellenistic age to Late Antiquity was crucial in the establishment of concepts and institutions of ‘religion’ and witnessed extended waves of urbanisation, Rome being central to this. In addressing this problem, this book fills a significant gap in the scholarship on urban religion across time. Taking seriously the proposition that space is condition, medium and outcome of social relations, the development of ‘urban religion’ in lived urban space and urban culture or urbanity offers a lens onto processes of religious change that have been neglected for the history of religion and for the study of urbanism. The key thesis is that city-space engineered the major changes that revolutionised religions. »This stimulating book makes use of archaeology and history to address religion as an essential component of urban life in both the past and the present. -With a strong basis in the ancient Mediterranean as well as an insightful view of modern urban life, Rüpke emphasizes that the practice and performance of religion at the everyday level is as essential in the creation of an urban ethos as the grand temples and institutions promulgated by the elite.« Monica L. Smith, author of Cities: The First 6,000 Years »Jörg Rüpke offers a characteristically original and learned series of reflections on some of the many ways in which the history of religions and the history of cities might be entangled. Urban Religion offers no single overarching thesis, but it is consistently thought-provoking and suggests many intriguing lines of investigation for the future.« Greg Woolf, Institute of Classical Studies, London


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Greece and Mesopotamia

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Download Free Greece and Mesopotamia in PDF by Johannes Haubold Full eBook and published by Cambridge University Press. This book was released on 2013-06-27 with total page 235 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book proposes a new approach to the study of ancient Greek and Mesopotamian literature. Ranging from Homer and Gilgamesh to Herodotus and the Babylonian-Greek author Berossos, it paints a picture of two literary cultures that, over the course of time, became profoundly entwined. Along the way, the book addresses many questions that are of interest to the student of the ancient world: how did the literature of Greece relate to that of its eastern neighbours? What did ancient readers from different cultures think it meant to be human? Who invented the writing of universal history as we know it? How did the Greeks come to divide the world into Greeks and 'barbarians', and what happened when they came to live alongside those 'barbarians' after the conquests of Alexander the Great? In addressing these questions, the book draws on cutting-edge research in comparative literature, postcolonial studies and archive theory.


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Beyond Greek

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ISBN : 0674055233
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Download Free Beyond Greek in PDF by Denis Feeney Full eBook and published by Harvard University Press. This book was released on 2016 with total page 392 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Ancient Roman authors are firmly established in the Western canon, and yet the birth of Latin literature was far from inevitable. The cultural flourishing that eventually produced the Latin classics was one of the strangest events in history, as Denis Feeney demonstrates in this bold revision.


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2006

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ISBN : 3110231417
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Download Free 2006 in PDF by Massimo Mastrogregori Full eBook and published by Walter de Gruyter. This book was released on 2011-01-01 with total page 389 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Die IBOHS verzeichnet jährlich die bedeutendsten Neuerscheinungen geschichtswissenschaftlicher Monographien und Zeitschriftenartikel weltweit, die inhaltlich von der Vor- und Frühgeschichte bis zur jüngsten Vergangenheit reichen. Sie ist damit die derzeit einzige laufende Bibliographie dieser Art, die thematisch, zeitlich und geographisch ein derart breites Spektrum abdeckt. Innerhalb der systematischen Gliederung nach Zeitalter, Region oder historischer Disziplin sind die Werke nach Autorennamen oder charakteristischem Titelhauptwort aufgelistet.


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Download Free A Companion to Ancient Greece and Rome on Screen in PDF by Arthur J. Pomeroy Full eBook and published by John Wiley & Sons. This book was released on 2017-06-01 with total page 568 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A comprehensive treatment of the Classical World in film and television, A Companion to Ancient Greece and Rome on Screen closely examines the films and TV shows centered on Greek and Roman cultures and explores the tension between pagan and Christian worlds. Written by a team of experts in their fields, this work considers productions that discuss social settings as reflections of their times and as indicative of the technical advances in production and the economics of film and television. Productions included are a mix of Hollywood and European spanning from the silent film era though modern day television series, and topics discussed include Hollywood politics in film, soundtrack and sound design, high art and low art, European art cinemas, and the ancient world as comedy. Written for students of film and television as well as those interested in studies of ancient Rome and Greece, A Companion to Ancient Greece and Rome on Screen provides comprehensive, current thinking on how the depiction of Ancient Greece and Rome on screen has developed over the past century. It reviews how films of the ancient world mirrored shifting attitudes towards Christianity, the impact of changing techniques in film production, and fascinating explorations of science fiction and technical fantasy in the ancient world on popular TV shows like Star Trek, Babylon 5, Battlestar Galactica, and Dr. Who.


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A Companion to the Achaemenid Persian Empire

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Download Free A Companion to the Achaemenid Persian Empire in PDF by Bruno Jacobs Full eBook and published by John Wiley & Sons. This book was released on 2021-07-23 with total page 1744 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A COMPANION TO THE ACHAEMENID PERSIAN EMPIRE A comprehensive review of the political, cultural, social, economic and religious history of the Achaemenid Empirem Often called the first world empire, the Achaemenid Empire is rooted in older Near Eastern traditions. A Companion to the Achaemenid Persian Empire offers a perspective in which the history of the empire is embedded in the preceding and subsequent epochs. In this way, the traditions that shaped the Achaemenid Empire become as visible as the powerful impact it had on further historical development. But the work does not only break new ground in this respect, but also in the fact that, in addition to written testimonies of all kinds, it also considers material tradition as an equal factor in historical reconstruction. This comprehensive two-volume set features contributions by internationally-recognized experts that offer balanced coverage of the whole of the empire from Anatolia and Egypt across western Asia to northern India and Central Asia. Comprehensive in scope, the Companion provides readers with a panoramic view of the diversity, richness, and complexity of the Achaemenid Empire, dealing with all the many aspects of history, event history, administration, economy, society, communication, art, science and religion, illustrating the multifaceted nature of the first true empire. A unique historical account presented in its multiregional dimensions, this important resource deals with many aspects of history, administration, economy, society, communication, art, science and religion it deals with topics that have only recently attracted interest such as court life, leisure activities, gender roles, and more examines a variety of available sources to consider those predecessors who influenced Achaemenid structure, ideology, and self-expression contains the study of Nachleben and the history of perception up to the present day offers a spectrum of opinions in disputed fields of research, such as the interpretation of the imagery of Achaemenid art, or questions of religion includes extensive bibliographies in each chapter for use as starting points for further research devotes special interest to the east of the empire, which is often neglected in comparison to the western territories Part of the acclaimed Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World series, A Companion to the Achaemenid Persian Empire is an indispensable work for students, instructors, and scholars of Persian and ancient world history, particularly the First Persian Empire.


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Download Free Brill's Companion to Ancient Geography in PDF by Serena Bianchetti Full eBook and published by BRILL. This book was released on 2015-11-23 with total page 508 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Brill's Companion to Ancient Geography is the first collection of studies on historical geography of the ancient world that focuses on topics considered crucial for understanding the development of geographical thought.