3 edition of A singular antiquity found in the catalog.
A singular antiquity
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Archaeology and Hellenic identity in twentieth-century Greece|
|Statement||edited by Dimitris Damaskos & Dimitris Plantzos.|
|Series||Mouseio Benaki -- 3rd suppl.|
|Contributions||Damaskos, Dimitris., Plantzos, Dimitris.|
|LC Classifications||CC101.G8 S56 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||418 p. :|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||2008446870|
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A Singular Antiquity / Συλλογικό έργο The reception of Classical antiquity by modern Greek society was subject to a complex historical process, now in need of rigorous reappraisal. Instead of merely importing older cultural genealogies from post-Enlightenment Europe, Greek intellectuals constructed their own readings of the past, based on the notion of an uninterrupted continuity Modern Greeks envisage their collective past as a cultural commodity; authentic, usable and eternally present.
Archaeology has been instrumental in constructing A singular antiquity book nation’s identity, built on the tangible evidence it produces. This is by no means just a Greek phenomenon, a peculiarity of the state that inherited ‘the glory that was Greece’.
A Singular Antiquity brings together - for the first time on such a scale and with such breadth of coverage - archaeologists, historians, cultural anthropologists, as well as historians of literature, art, and architecture, in order to discuss the ways in which archaeology has established itself as an authoritative cultural agent in modern › Books › History › Europe.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Archaeology and Hellenic identity, the frustrated vision / Dimitris Plantzos --Archaeology, nationalism and the land in modern Greece / Mark Mazower --Archaeological etymologies: monumentality and domesticity in twentieth-century Greece / Michael Herzfeld --National A singular antiquity: archaeology and Hellenic identity A singular antiquity book twentieth-century Greece edited by Dimitris Damaskos & Dimitris Plantzos.
Athens: Benaki Museum, Singular Antiquity is a work with many merits, but A singular antiquity book of its greatest achievements is to navigate between revisionism and the pitfalls of critique. Unlike a monolithic battle narrative, Singular Antiquity collects diverse case studies from anthropology, classics, museology, cultural heritage management, history, art history, philology "A Singular Antiquity" is an attempt to investigate the ideological strategies, somewhat improvised yet at times quite effective, through which the materiality of Greek archaeology has been employed as the foundation for the metaphysics of Greekness.
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book. Read 22 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Whether antiquities should be returned to the countries where t Shakespeare and Classical Antiquity is a model of clear exposition, conversational jargon-free prose and acute and imaginative close reading.
The debate about Shakespeare and the classics will go on, but this is a major and unmissable contribution to the conversation.
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Essential › Books › History › Military. Each book is written by an authority in its field, and combines accessible style with original discussion of its subject. This book explains that Shakespeare did not have 'small Latin and less Greek' as Ben Jonson claimed. Shakespeare and Classical Antiquity shows the range, extent and variety of Shakespeare's responses to classical antiquity › Books › Literature & Fiction › History & Criticism.
Photography and Antiquity in the Archive, or How Howard Carter Moved the Road to the Valley of the Kings (rather than the biography of a singular photograph) allows us to consider the circula- first published book about the tomb of Tutankhamun, Carter himself captioned the Names are either singular terms or common nouns (An.
I 27). Both can be empty (Cat. 10, Int. Singular terms can only take subject position. Verbs co-signify time. A name-verb sentence can be rephrased with the copula (‘Callias is (a) walking (thing)’) (Int.
12). As to their quality, a (declarative) sentence is either an affirmation The time known as Late Antiquity (cc) was a fascinatingly diverse and important period which saw the 'Fall of Rome' and the growth of Christianity and Islam.
Gillian Clark explores its historical controversies, introducing the main characters and themes, and demonstrating the transition between the medieval and ://?pageNumber=2. The Nation in Antiquity. The Mind of Egypt is a singular book that will provoke debate for a generation to come.
It is essential reading for those who wish to call themselves Egyptologists antiqua third-person singular (ele and ela, also used with você and others) present indicative of antiquar second-person singular (tu, sometimes used with você) Cambridge Core - Antiquity - Volume 4 - Issue To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure [email protected] is added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List under your Personal Document Settings on the Manage Your Content and Devices page of your Amazon :// YAHWEH singular-ELOHIM Clifton A.
Emahiser’s Teaching Ministries If you want to argue censorship of this, it occurred in late antiquity in rabbinical writings after the rise of Christianity (which used such pluralities to argue for Trinitarianism). Professor Alan Segal’s book, Two Powers in Heaven documents how divine plurality BECAME a The installation Liquid Antiquity: Conversations was conceived and designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) for the DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art.
DS+R’s installation is a complement to the launch of Brooke Holmes’ book, Liquid Antiquity, a rethinking of the relationship between the classical and the contemporary through image This book sets out to rehabilitate Gossart’s mythological works in the milieu of contribution to the campaign for a local revival of antiquity was a singular experi-ment, which developed out of a transitional moment in the history of Netherlandish art, and in the larger political, religious, and cultural history of the Low Countries.
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p. A cultural history of the links between mathematics and art, from antiquity to today. This is a cultural history of mathematics and art, from antiquity to the present. Mathematicians and artists have long been on a quest to understand the physical world they see before them and the abstract objects they know by thought alone.
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At the bottom of the hall were set A Singular Reading: The Maori and the Book of Mormon. Louis Midgley. A Personal Introduction. As an honor to John Sorenson, I wish to describe and comment on the way in which some of the Latter-day Saints in New Zealand have approached the Book of :// Shuidonggou localities 1 and 2 provide key evidence for the Initial Upper Palaeolithic of north-east Asia.
In a recent article in Antiquity (87 (), –), Li et al. proposed a new chronology, building on the earlier results of Madsen et al. (Antiquity 75 (), –). Here Susan Keates and Yaroslav Kuzmin take issue with the new A. Long's study of Greek notions of mind and human selfhood is anchored in questions of universal interest.
What happens to us when we die. How is the mind or soul related to the body. Are we responsible for our own happiness. Can we achieve autonomy. Long shows that Greek thinkers' modeling of the mind gave us metaphors that we still live ://?isbn= Cambridge Core - Antiquity - Volume 33 - Issue The five seasons of excavations which had taken place up to had very greatly extended the knowledge of the Neolithic of Jericho which had been obtained by Professor Garstang’s excavations of emergence for which a ercely singular aspect is often claimed.
The setting of Late Antiquity Two issues arise immediately as one seeks to specify the parameters of both Late Antiquity and Islam, as they must arise in all macro-historical charac-terisations and denominations: categorisation and periodisation. described in this book, found.
This book examines the origins and pdf of this phenomenon from the fall of Rome to the eve of its consummation, the Italian Renaissance. The explanation is sought in Italy's singular 'double existence' between two contrasted worlds - ancient and ://Cambridge Core - Antiquity - Volume 86 - Issue To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure [email protected] is added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List under your Personal Document Settings on the Manage Your Content and Devices page of your Amazon ://Book Review of M.
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