2 edition of Benefactions and endowments in Greek antiquity. found in the catalog.
Benefactions and endowments in Greek antiquity.
Wesley Plummer Clark
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HV20.G9 C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 299 l.|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||75212663|
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Benefaction and Rewards in the Ancient Greek City: The Origins of Euergetism - Kindle edition by Gygax, Marc Domingo. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Benefaction and Rewards in the Ancient Greek City: The Origins of : $ 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 by: 4.
Phile (c. 50 B.C.) was the first recorded benefactress and the first female magistrate in the ancient Greek city of Priene. Phile was the daughter of Apollonius and wife of Thessalus, the son of Polydectes. She was honored in a first-century BC public decree for constructing, at her.
Non-fiction but can also include ancient Greek literature, myths, poetry, drama and philosophy. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
practices deeply rooted in Greek society and in the long course of Greek history. It covers more than years and will appeal to historians and scholars in other Benefactions and endowments in Greek antiquity. book interested in gift-exchange, benefactions, philanthropy, power relationships between mass and elite, and the interplay between public discourse and social praxis.
About the Book. Eusebius’s groundbreaking History of the Church, remains the single most important source for the history of the first three centuries of Christianity and stands among the classics of Western iconic story of the church’s origins, endurance of persecution, and ultimate triumph—with its cast of martyrs, heretics, bishops, and emperors—has profoundly shaped.
Today we are delighted to bring you the first in a series of interviews with this year's shortlisted authors.
Marc Domingo Gygax, author of Benefaction and Rewards in the Ancient Greek City: The Origins of Euergetism, took the time to answer our long list of questions. Thank you, Marc.
Your book is entitled Benefaction and Rewards in the Ancient Greek City: The origins of Euergetism. About the Author. Geoffrey S. Smith is Assistant Professor of Biblical Greek and Christian Origins and Fellow of the Nease Endowment in the Institute for the Study of Antiquity and Christian Origins in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
He is the author of Guilt By Association: Heresy Catalogues in Early Christianity. The Louvre museum opened in and initially had two departments, Paintings and Antiquities; the Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities descends from the latter, which differed from the archaeological departments founded after it by the dual aspect of its collection: decorative sculpture of the 17th and 18th centuries, and archaeological collections from the Greek and Roman.
For students who lack Greek and Latin this source book is essential to their understanding of gender in classical antiquity.” – Classics Ireland “New documents, new translations, and new illustrations make this revised, fourth edition of Women's Lives in Greece and Rome a richer and more illuminating resource for historical investigation.
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Books shelved as antiquity: The Odyssey by Homer, The Iliad by Homer, The Aeneid by Virgil, Meditations by Marcus Aurelius, and Antigone by Sophocles. The word history itself comes from Herodotus’ book The Histories, which means “inquiries” in Greek.
This book is also considered the first work of history in Western literature. Euripides. – BC. Euripides was another Greek tragedian. He wrote about 95 plays, 18 of which have survived completely and many more as fragments. Greek-American writer George Economou donated the archive that he used to produce his book, Ananios of Kleitor: Poems & Fragments and Their Reception from Antiquity to Present ().
The University has deposited his collection in our U-M Graduate Library Papyrus Collection to encourage parallel readings between ancient and modern documents as.
This book provides the most comprehensive account of the history of the Greek language from its beginnings to late antiquity. In this revised and expanded translation of the Greek original published ina distinguished international team of scholars goes beyond a merely technical treatment of the subject by examining the language's relationship with politics, society and culture.5/5(2).
Linguistics - Linguistics - Greek and Roman antiquity: The emergence of grammatical learning in Greece is less clearly known than is sometimes implied, and the subject is more complex than is often supposed; here only the main strands can be sampled.
The term hē grammatikē technē (“the art of letters”) had two senses. It meant the study of the values of the letters and of accentuation.
See Stephen C. Mott, The Greek Benefactor and Deliverance from Moral Distress (unpublished dissertation: Harvard University, ) and and “Greek Ethics and Christian Conversion: The Philonic Background of Titus II and III ,” NovT.
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Journals may take weeks to ship. This book provides the most comprehensive account of the history of the Greek language from its beginnings to late antiquity. In this revised and expanded translation of the Greek original published ina distinguished international team of scholars goes beyond a merely technical treatment of the subject by examining the language's relationship with politics, society and culture.
From BC to ADmoney – by which one means coinage – came to play an increasingly important part in ancient economic systems. Barter, or unminted precious metals like gold and silver, for example, had limited uses, but officially authorised coinage opened up a whole new range of possibilities as a means of exchange, payment, store of value, unit of account, and so on, which .Antiquity has often been perceived as the source of Greece’s modern achievements, as well as its frustrations, with the continuity between ancient and modern Greek culture and the legacy of classical Greece to Europe dominating and shaping current perceptions of the classical past.
This book aspires to offer new insights into the modern Greek reception of antiquity and includes a number of.