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  • 1
    Book
    Book
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781108731720 , 9781107029316
    Language: English
    Pages: XXII, 422 Seiten , Illustrationen, Karten
    Edition: First paperback edition
    Series Statement: Cambridge classical studies
    DDC: 306.44/609378
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    Keywords: Geschichte ; Sprache ; Bilingualism History ; Sociolinguistics History ; Greek language, Medieval and late Dialects ; History ; Latin language Dialects ; History ; Greek language, Medieval and late Dialects ; Foreign elements ; Latin ; Latin language Dialects ; Foreign elements ; Greek ; Latin language Influence on Greek ; Greek language Influence on Latin ; Historical linguistics ; Antike ; Zweisprachigkeit ; Soziolinguistik ; Sprachkontakt ; Italien ; Italy Languages ; Pre-Italic ; Sizilien ; Konferenzschrift 2008 ; Sizilien ; Antike ; Sprachkontakt ; Zweisprachigkeit ; Soziolinguistik
    Note: "Within the field of ancient bilingualism, Sicily represents a unique terrain for analysis as a result of its incredibly rich linguistic history, in which 'colonial' languages belonging to branches as diverse as Italic (Oscan and Latin), Greek and Semitic (Phoenician) interacted with the languages of the natives (the elusive Sicel, Sicanian and Elymian). The result of this ancient melting-pot was a culture characterised by 'postcolonial' features such as ethnic hybridity, multilingualism and artistic and literary experimentation. While Greek soon emerged as the leading language, dominating official communication and literature, epigraphic sources and indirect evidence show that the minority languages held their ground down to the fifth century BCE, and in some cases beyond. The first two parts of the volume discuss these languages and their interaction with Greek, while the third part focuses on the sociolinguistic revolution brought about by the arrival of the Romans"-- Provided by publisher. , Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 2
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    Book
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781108730259
    Language: English
    Pages: vi, 188 Seiten
    Edition: First paperback edition
    DDC: 305.235/2093763
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    Keywords: Teenage girls Social conditions ; Rome Social life and customs ; Rome History Empire, 284-476 ; Römisches Reich ; Elite ; Mädchenbildung ; Sozialisation ; Eheschließung
    Abstract: "Elite women in the Roman world were often educated, socially prominent, and even relatively independent. Yet the social regime that ushered these same women into marriage and childbearing at an early age was remarkably restrictive. In the first book-length study of girlhood in the early Roman Empire, Lauren Caldwell investigates the reasons for this paradox. Through an examination of literary, legal, medical, and epigraphic sources, she identifies the social pressures that tended to overwhelm concerns about girls' individual health and well-being. In demonstrating how early marriage was driven by a variety of concerns, including the value placed on premarital virginity and paternal authority, this book enhances an understanding of the position of girls as they made the transition from childhood to womanhood."--Publisher's Web site
    Abstract: Introduction -- Formal education and socialization in virtue -- Protecting virginity -- "All kinds of exercises fitting for girls" -- The pressure to marry -- The wedding and the end of girlhood -- Epilogue
    Note: Enth. Literaturverz. (S. 170 - 184) und Index
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  • 3
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    Book
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781108418058
    Language: English
    Pages: xvi, 268 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten , 26 cm
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in Arzt-Grabner, Peter, 1959 - [Rezension von: Eckardt, Hella, Writing and power in the Roman world] 2022
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Eckardt, Hella Writing and power in the Roman world
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Eckardt, Hella Writing and power in the Roman world
    DDC: 302.2/2440937
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    Keywords: Writing materials and instruments ; Literacy ; Latin language Written Latin ; Römisches Reich ; Latein ; Schreiben ; Schriftlichkeit ; Macht ; Schreibzeug ; Sachkultur ; Geschichte
    Abstract: "In this book, Hella Eckardt offers new insights into literacy in the Roman world by examining the tools that enabled writing, such as inkwells, styli and tablets. Literacy was an important skill in the ancient world and power could be and often was, exercised through texts. Eckardt explores how writing equipment shaped practices such as posture and handwriting and her careful analysis of burial data shows considerable numbers of women and children interred with writing equipment, notably inkwells, in an effort to display status as well as age and gender. The volume offers a comprehensive review of recent approaches to literacy during Roman antiquity and adds a distinctive material turn to our understanding of this crucial skill and the embodied practices of its use. At the heart of this study lies the nature of the relationship between the material culture of writing and socio-cultural identities in the Roman period"--
    Abstract: Machine generated contents note: Part I. Understanding Literacies, Material Culture and Practice in the Roman World: 1. Introduction: literacies, power and identities; 2. The practicalities of literacy: writing implements in the Roman world; 3. Literacy as technology and practice; Part II. A Case Study: 4. Materials and production; 5. Metal inkwells in the Roman Empire; 6. A practice turn: thinking about inkwell use; 7. The spatial and social distribution of inkwells; Part III. Writing Equipment in Funerary Contexts and the Expression of Identities: 8. Literacy as performance: self-presentation of the educated elite?; 9. Literacy and the life course: gender; 10. Literacy and the life course: age; 11. Literacy, the body and elite identities: writing and status; 12. Conclusion: writing Empire through material culture
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 4
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781108284172
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xvi, 268 pages) , digital, PDF file(s)
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in Arzt-Grabner, Peter, 1959 - [Rezension von: Eckardt, Hella, Writing and power in the Roman world : literacies and material culture] 2022
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Eckardt, Hella Writing and power in the Roman world
    DDC: 302.2/2440937
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    Keywords: Latin language Written Latin ; Literacy ; Writing materials and instruments ; Writing materials and instruments ; Literacy ; Rome ; Latin language ; Written Latin ; Römisches Reich ; Latein ; Schreiben ; Schriftlichkeit ; Macht ; Schreibzeug ; Sachkultur ; Geschichte
    Abstract: In this book, Hella Eckardt offers new insights into literacy in the Roman world by examining the tools that enabled writing, such as inkwells, styli and tablets. Literacy was an important skill in the ancient world and power could be and often was, exercised through texts. Eckardt explores how writing equipment shaped practices such as posture and handwriting and her careful analysis of burial data shows considerable numbers of women and children interred with writing equipment, notably inkwells, in an effort to display status as well as age and gender. The volume offers a comprehensive review of recent approaches to literacy during Roman antiquity and adds a distinctive material turn to our understanding of this crucial skill and the embodied practices of its use. At the heart of this study lies the nature of the relationship between the material culture of writing and socio-cultural identities in the Roman period
    Abstract: Machine generated contents note: Part I. Understanding Literacies, Material Culture and Practice in the Roman World: 1. Introduction: literacies, power and identities; 2. The practicalities of literacy: writing implements in the Roman world; 3. Literacy as technology and practice; Part II. A Case Study: 4. Materials and production; 5. Metal inkwells in the Roman Empire; 6. A practice turn: thinking about inkwell use; 7. The spatial and social distribution of inkwells; Part III. Writing Equipment in Funerary Contexts and the Expression of Identities: 8. Literacy as performance: self-presentation of the educated elite?; 9. Literacy and the life course: gender; 10. Literacy and the life course: age; 11. Literacy, the body and elite identities: writing and status; 12. Conclusion: writing Empire through material culture
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9781316534144
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xi, 208 Seiten)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.3/620937
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    Keywords: Geschichte ; Freedmen / Rome / History ; Slaves / Emancipation / Rome ; Soziale Situation ; Freigelassener ; Römisches Reich ; Hochschulschrift ; Hochschulschrift ; Römisches Reich ; Freigelassener ; Soziale Situation ; Geschichte
    Abstract: During the transition from Republic to Empire, the Roman aristocracy adapted traditional values to accommodate the advent of monarchy. Freed Slaves and Roman Imperial Culture examines the ways in which members of the elite appropriated strategies from freed slaves to negotiate their relationship to the princeps and to redefine measures of individual progress. Primarily through the medium of inscribed burial monuments, Roman freedmen entered a broader conversation about power, honor, virtue, memory, and the nature of the human life course. Through this process, former slaves exerted a profound influence on the transformation of aristocratic values at a critical moment in Roman history
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  • 6
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781108284172
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 302.2/2440937
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    Keywords: Writing materials and instruments ; Literacy ; Latin language Written Latin ; Sachkultur ; Alphabetisierung ; Schreiben ; Gesellschaft ; Schrift ; Römisches Reich ; Römisches Reich ; Schrift ; Schreiben ; Alphabetisierung ; Gesellschaft ; Sachkultur
    Abstract: In this book, Hella Eckardt offers new insights into literacy in the Roman world by examining the tools that enabled writing, such as inkwells, styli and tablets. Literacy was an important skill in the ancient world and power could be and often was, exercised through texts. Eckardt explores how writing equipment shaped practices such as posture and handwriting and her careful analysis of burial data shows considerable numbers of women and children interred with writing equipment, notably inkwells, in an effort to display status as well as age and gender. The volume offers a comprehensive review of recent approaches to literacy during Roman antiquity and adds a distinctive material turn to our understanding of this crucial skill and the embodied practices of its use. At the heart of this study lies the nature of the relationship between the material culture of writing and socio-cultural identities in the Roman period
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  • 7
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    Book
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781107130616
    Language: English
    Pages: xviii, 521 Seiten, 8 ungezählte Seiten Bildtafeln , Illustrationen, Pläne, Karten
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.09456/32
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    Keywords: Geschichte ; Regionale Mobilität ; Soziale Mobilität ; Migration ; Römisches Reich ; Römisches Reich ; Regionale Mobilität ; Migration ; Soziale Mobilität ; Geschichte
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  • 8
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    Book
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781107153547
    Language: English
    Pages: xii, 333 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Cambridge classical studies
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Hunt, Ailsa Reviving Roman religion
    DDC: 292.2/12
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    Keywords: Trees Religious aspects ; Rome Religion ; Römisches Reich ; Religion ; Heiliger Baum
    Abstract: Rooting in: why give time to sacred trees? -- A brief history of tree-thinking: the enduring power of animism -- How arboreal matter matters: rethinking sacrality through trees -- Arboriculture and arboreal deaths: rethinking sacrality again -- Confronting arboreal agency: reading the divine in arboreal behaviour -- Imagining the gods: how trees flesh out the identity of the divine -- Branching out: what sacred trees mean for Roman religion
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 302-327 , Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 9
    ISBN: 9781107615137
    Language: English , Arabic
    Pages: xiii, 573 Seiten
    Edition: First paperback edition
    DDC: 305.52093763
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    Keywords: Bryson ; Sozialgeschichte 1-100 ; Gut ; Römisches Reich
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 523-562
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  • 10
    ISBN: 9780521515351
    Language: English
    Pages: xvi, 321 Seiten
    DDC: 302.3
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    Keywords: HISTORY / Ancient / General ; Alltag, Brauchtum ; Geschichte ; Benefactors History To 1500 ; Voluntarism History To 1500 ; Gifts History To 1500 ; City and town life History To 1500 ; City-states History To 1500 ; Interpersonal relations History To 1500 ; Power (Social sciences) History To 1500 ; HISTORY / Ancient / General ; Polis ; Euergetismus ; Griechenland ; Greece History To 146 B.C. ; Greece Social life and customs ; Greece Social conditions To 146 B.C. ; Polis ; Euergetismus
    Abstract: "This volume presents for the first time an in-depth analysis of the origins of Greek euergetism. Derived from the Greek for 'benefactor,' 'euergetism' refers to the process whereby citizens and foreigners offered voluntary services and donations to the polis that were in turn recognised as benefactions in a formal act of reciprocation. Euergetism is key to our understanding of how city-states negotiated both the internal tensions between mass and elite, and their conflicts with external powers. This study adopts the standpoint of historical anthropology and seeks to identify patterns of behaviour and social practices deeply rooted in Greek society and in the long course of Greek history. It covers more than five hundred years and will appeal to ancient historians and scholars in other fields interested in gift exchange, benefactions, philanthropy, power relationships between mass and elite, and the interplay between public discourse and social praxis"...
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  • 11
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    Book
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 1107041007 , 9781107041004
    Language: English
    Pages: vi, 188 Seiten , 24 cm
    DDC: 305.235/2093763
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    Keywords: Teenage girls Social conditions ; Rome Social life and customs ; Rome History Empire, 284-476 ; Römisches Reich ; Elite ; Mädchenbildung ; Sozialisation ; Eheschließung
    Abstract: "Elite women in the Roman world were often educated, socially prominent, and even relatively independent. Yet the social regime that ushered these same women into marriage and childbearing at an early age was remarkably restrictive. In the first book-length study of girlhood in the early Roman Empire, Lauren Caldwell investigates the reasons for this paradox. Through an examination of literary, legal, medical, and epigraphic sources, she identifies the social pressures that tended to overwhelm concerns about girls' individual health and well-being. In demonstrating how early marriage was driven by a variety of concerns, including the value placed on premarital virginity and paternal authority, this book enhances an understanding of the position of girls as they made the transition from childhood to womanhood."--Publisher's Web site
    Abstract: Introduction -- Formal education and socialization in virtue -- Protecting virginity -- "All kinds of exercises fitting for girls" -- The pressure to marry -- The wedding and the end of girlhood -- Epilogue
    Note: Enth. Literaturverz. (S. 170 - 184) und Index , Hier auch später erschienene, unveränderte Nachdrucke
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  • 12
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    Online Resource
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781139047944
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (xiv, 204 pages)
    Series Statement: Key themes in ancient history
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
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    DDC: 306.4/4/0937
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    Keywords: Sozialgeschichte ; Geschichte ; Sprache ; Sociolinguistics / Greece / History ; Sociolinguistics / Rome / History ; Griechisch ; Sprache ; Gesellschaft ; Latein ; Griechenland ; Rom ; Greece / Languages / History / To 1500 ; Rome / Languages / History ; Römisches Reich ; Griechenland ; Griechenland ; Römisches Reich ; Sprache ; Gesellschaft ; Griechisch ; Latein ; Sozialgeschichte
    Abstract: Texts written in Latin, Greek and other languages provide ancient historians with their primary evidence, but the role of language as a source for understanding the ancient world is often overlooked. Language played a key role in state-formation and the spread of Christianity, the construction of ethnicity, and negotiating positions of social status and group membership. Language could reinforce social norms and shed light on taboos. This book presents an accessible account of ways in which linguistic evidence can illuminate topics such as imperialism, ethnicity, social mobility, religion, gender and sexuality in the ancient world, without assuming the reader has any knowledge of Greek or Latin, or of linguistic jargon. It describes the rise of Greek and Latin at the expense of other languages spoken around the Mediterranean and details the social meanings of different styles, and the attitudes of ancient speakers towards linguistic differences
    Description / Table of Contents: The linguistic ecology of the Mediterranean -- States of language/languages of states -- Language and identity -- Language variation -- Language, gender, sexuality -- The languages of Christianity -- Conclusion: Dead languages?
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  • 13
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781139644440
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (vi, 188 pages)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 305.235/2093763
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    Keywords: Alltag, Brauchtum ; Geschichte ; Teenage girls / Rome / Social conditions ; Sozialisation ; Elite ; Mädchenbildung ; Eheschließung ; Rom ; Rome / History / Empire, 284-476 ; Rome / Social life and customs ; Römisches Reich ; Römisches Reich ; Elite ; Mädchenbildung ; Sozialisation ; Eheschließung
    Abstract: Elite women in the Roman world were often educated, socially prominent, and even relatively independent. Yet the social regime that ushered these same women into marriage and childbearing at an early age was remarkably restrictive. In the first book-length study of girlhood in the early Roman Empire, Lauren Caldwell investigates the reasons for this paradox. Through an examination of literary, legal, medical, and epigraphic sources, she identifies the social pressures that tended to overwhelm concerns about girls' individual health and well-being. In demonstrating how early marriage was driven by a variety of concerns, including the value placed on premarital virginity and paternal authority, this book enhances an understanding of the position of girls as they made the transition from childhood to womanhood
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction -- Formal education and socialization in virtue -- Protecting virginity -- "All kinds of exercises fitting for girls" -- The pressure to marry -- The wedding and the end of girlhood -- Epilogue
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  • 14
    ISBN: 9781107323766
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (ix, 283 pages) , digital, PDF file(s)
    Parallel Title: Print version
    DDC: 304.2/30938
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    Keywords: Cultural geography ; Space in literature ; Space and time Social aspects ; Landscapes Social aspects ; Space and time ; Social aspects ; Greece ; Landscapes ; Social aspects ; Greece ; Cultural geography ; Greece ; Space in literature ; Greece ; Civilization ; To 146 B.C ; Greece Civilization To 146 B.C ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung
    Abstract: This book brings together a collection of original essays that engage with cultural geography and landscape studies to produce new ways of understanding place, space, and landscape in Greek literature from the fifth and fourth centuries BCE. The authors draw on an eclectic collection of contemporary approaches to bring the study of ancient Greek literature into dialogue with the burgeoning discussion of spatial theory in the humanities. The essays in this volume treat a variety of textual spaces, from the intimate to the expansive: the bedroom, ritual space, the law courts, theatrical space, the poetics of the city, and the landscape of war. And yet, all of the contributions are united by an interest in recuperating some of the many ways in which the ancient Greeks in the archaic and classical periods invested places with meaning and in how the representation of place links texts to social practices
    Abstract: Pindar's Delphi / Chris Eckerman -- Space and landscape in Xenophon's Anabasis / Tim Rood -- In the bedroom : interior space in Herodotus' Histories / Alex Purves -- Ships, walls, men : classical Athens and the poetics of infrastructure / Carol Dougherty -- Corinth, courtesans, and the politics of place / Kate Gilhuly -- Mapping literary styles in Aristophanes' Frogs / Nancy Worman -- The permeable spaces of the Athenian law court / Alastair J.L. Blanshard
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  • 15
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781139208444
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xiii, 299 pages)
    DDC: 938
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    Keywords: Symposion
    Abstract: The symposion was a key cultural phenomenon in ancient Greece. This book investigates its place in ancient Greek society and thought by exploring the rhetorical dynamics of its representations in literature and art. Across genres, individual Greeks constructed visions of the party and its performances that offered persuasive understandings of the event and its participants. Sympotic representations thus communicated ideas which, set within broader cultural conversations, could possess a discursive edge. Hence, at the symposion, sympotic styles and identities might be promoted, critiqued and challenged. In the public imagination, the ethics of Greeks and foreigners might be interrogated and political attitudes intimated. Symposia might be suborned into historical narratives about struggles for power. And for philosophers, writing a Symposium was itself a rhetorical act. Investigating the symposion's discursive potential enhances understanding of how the Greeks experienced and conceptualized the symposion and demonstrates its contribution to the Greek thought world.
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  • 16
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781107026766 , 9781139842778 (Sekundärausgabe)
    Language: English
    Pages: 322 p.
    Edition: Online-Ausg. Online-Ressource ISBN 9781139842778
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    DDC: 398.20938
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    Abstract: Uses the example of a famous sea-monster from Greek myth to offer a new way of understanding mythical symbols.
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  • 17
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xvi, 228 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Karten
    Series Statement: New surveys in the classics no. 39
    Series Statement: New surveys in the classics
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Spencer, Diana, 1969 - Roman landscape
    DDC: 306.09
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    Keywords: Römisches Reich ; Architektur ; Landschaft ; Identität ; Literatur
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  • 18
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 1282302922 , 0511580584 , 9781282302921 , 9780511580581
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource (ix, 270 p.) , geneal. tables
    Edition: Online-Ausg. 2011 Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
    Parallel Title: Print version Pliny's Women : Constructing Virtue and Creating Identity in the Roman World
    DDC: 305.48/871
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    Keywords: Pliny Correspondence ; Women History ; Sex role History ; Electronic books
    Abstract: Pliny's Women provides a comprehensive consideration of the many women who appear in the letters of Pliny the Younger
    Description / Table of Contents: Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 1 Pliny: Enemy of Tyrants; 2 Pliny: Model Protégé; 3 Pliny:Champion of the Vulnerable; 4 Pliny: Creator of the Ideal Wife; 5 Pliny:Arbiter of Virtue; Conclusions; Appendix A:Stemmata; Appendix B: Women in Pliny's Letters; Appendix C: Frequency of Personal Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives in Pliny's Letters, by Total Frequencies per 100 Words; Bibliography; Index Locorum; General Index
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-262) and indexes , Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
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  • 19
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780521106573 , 0521862116 , 9780521862110
    Language: English
    Pages: XIII, 226 Seiten
    Edition: First published
    DDC: 305.5/690937
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    Note: Literaturverz. S. 204 - 219
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0521856922 , 9780521856928
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource (xiii, 393 p) , ill
    Edition: Online-Ausg. 2011 Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
    Series Statement: The W.B. Stanford memorial lectures
    Parallel Title: Print version The Roman Clan : The Gens from Ancient Ideology to Modern Anthropology
    DDC: 306.850937
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    Keywords: Families History ; Rome History
    Abstract: The gens was a key social formation in archaic Rome, yet our understanding of it has been blurred by the myths which it has attracted. The book reconsiders the evidence and compares the ancient sources and modern interpretative models in order to present a new explanation of this important phenomenon
    Description / Table of Contents: Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Illustrations; Preface; Abbreviations; General introduction; Part I: The evidence for the gens; Chapter 1: The ancient evidence; Chapter 2: Modern interpretations; Chapter 3: The gens in the mirror: Roman gens and Attic genos; Chapter 4: Archaeology and the gens; Part I: Conclusion; Part II: Towards an interpretation of the gens; Chapter 5: The Roman community; Chapter 6: The Roman curiae; Chapter 7: The patricians and the land; Chapter 8: The patriciate; Chapter 9: Warfare in the regal and early Republican periods
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter 10: Explaining the gensChapter 11: Roman history and the modern world; Appendix 1: Dionysius of Halicarnassus on the Roman curiae and religion; Appendix 2: The missing curiae; Select bibliography; General index; Index of ancient persons; Index of passages discussed
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 363-383) and indexes , Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest
    ISBN: 9781139145985
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (346 pages)
    DDC: 306.209385
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    Keywords: Geschichte 510 v. Chr.-336 v. Chr ; Demokratie ; Täuschung ; Griechisch ; Rhetorik ; Athen
    Abstract: This book, first published in 2000, is a study of the ways classical Athenian texts represent and evaluate the morality of deception.
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest
    ISBN: 9781139145961
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (191 pages)
    Series Statement: Key Themes in Ancient History
    DDC: 641.300938
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    Keywords: Antike ; Essgewohnheit ; Lebensmittelversorgung ; Griechenland ; Römisches Reich
    Abstract: A general study of food in antiquity, broadly based and comprehensive.
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Paris : Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme
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    ISBN: 0521223229 , 2901725392
    Language: French
    Pages: XVI, 505 Seiten , Ill., graph. Darst.
    Edition: 1. publ.
    DDC: 306.9/093
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1250 v. Chr.-500 ; Tod ; Civilisation ancienne - Congrès ; Dodenbezorging ; Funérailles - Rites et cérémonies - Histoire - Jusqu'à 500 - Congrès ; Funérailles - Rites et cérémonies antiques ; Mort ; Morts - Congrès ; Oudheid ; Civilization, Ancient Congresses ; Dead Congresses ; Death Congresses ; Funeral rites and ceremonies, Ancient Congresses ; Altertum ; Bestattung ; Tod ; Gesellschaft ; Konferenzschrift ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Konferenzschrift ; Konferenzschrift ; Konferenzschrift ; Bestattung ; Geschichte 1250 v. Chr.-500 ; Tod ; Gesellschaft ; Geschichte 1250 v. Chr.-500 ; Altertum ; Bestattung ; Altertum ; Tod
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511554131
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (xii, 229 pages)
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    DDC: 398.2
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    Keywords: Folk poetry, Greek (Modern) / History and criticism ; Neugriechisch ; Volksliteratur ; Neugriechisch ; Volksliteratur
    Abstract: A wide-ranging study of popular poetry and song in the Greek language from the last years of the Byzantine Empire to the present day. The folk poetry of the title includes the songs, composed and handed down by word of mouth, of unlettered villagers, of wandering minstrels with pretensions to professionalism, and, in more recent times, of the poorer inhabitants of Ottoman and Greek cities. The creative period of this folk poetry covers, at the minimum, 500 years of history and a geographical area stretching from Corsica in the west to Cyprus and Trebizond in the east, as well as northwards into the Balkans. This is not a general or theoretical survey of folk poetry, but an exploration, based on literary, historical and sociological evidence, of a single cultural tradition and the forces which have shaped it
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