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eBook The Greco-Roman East: Politics, Culture, Society (Yale Classical Studies) ePub

by Stephen Colvin

  • ISBN: 0521035589
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Stephen Colvin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Reissue edition (December 3, 2007)
  • Pages: 296
  • ePub book: 1133 kb
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The Greco-Roman East: Po. .has been added to your Cart. Stephen Colvin is Associate Professor of Greek Literature and Linguistics at Yale University.

The Greco-Roman East: Po. He is the author of Dialect in Aristophanes (Oxford, 1999). Series: Yale Classical Studies (Book 31).

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Volume 56 Issue 1 - STEPHEN MITCHELL. The universal means spectrum of conformal mappings has been studied extensively in recent years. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Introduction Knowing Greek: Classical Education and English Society Knowing the Ancients: The Classical Scholar at Work Knowing Antigone: Jebb's Sophocles and Woolf's Three Guineas Conclusion Guide to Further Reading References.

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It illustrates how methods and interpretations have developed over the last two decades.

Series: Yale Classical Studies, 31. This collection of papers illustrates how our picture of the Greco-Roman East has changed in recent decades

Series: Yale Classical Studies, 31. This collection of papers illustrates how our picture of the Greco-Roman East has changed in recent decades. The chapters, by a distinguished international cast of contributors, present a view of life in the Eastern Empire from the bottom up, and show how a thoughtful use of both more recent and existing material evidence can shed light on aspects of social and political life that could barely be guessed at from the literary record alone.

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Hellenistic and Roman Lycia Stephen Colvin; 3. Caracalla et son medecin L. Gellius Maximus . Описание: This study explores the development of ancient festival culture in the Greek East of the Roman Empire, paying particular attention to the fundamental religious changes that occurred. Gellius Maximus a Antioche de Pisidie Michel Christol and Thomas Drew-Bear; 4. Roman material culture across imperial frontiers? . After analysing how Greek city festivals developed in the first two Imperial centuries, it concentrates on the major Roman festivals that were adopted in the Eastern cities and traces their history up to the time of Justinian and beyond.

The Greco-Roman World. Overview Alexander the Great, in his conquests, spread Greek culture throughout the . Knowledge of historical context is crucial to understanding the New Testament. We now find the New Testament in the same book as the Old Testament, as Christians call it; and as Jews call it, the Hebrew Bible or theTanakh. Clearly early Christianity has got to be studied in the context of Ancient Judaism, and so we’ll do so next time.

Focusing on the Eastern Mediterranean world in the Hellenistic and Roman periods, this collection of essays draws on new discoveries in archaeology and epigraphy. It illustrates how methods and interpretations have developed over the last two decades. The essays cover a wide range of social and historical issues, including processes of Hellenization and acculturation, the permeability and flexibility of political boundaries, the interaction of civil and religious authority, and the operation of networks of patronage and power.