6 edition of Myth, History and Culture in Republican Rome found in the catalog.
by University of Exeter Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Christopher Gill (Editor), David Braund (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
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Myth, History and Culture in Republican Rome: Studies in Honour of T.P. Wiseman Liverpool University Press Series: Editors: Lecturer in Classics Emma Gee, David Braund, Emma Gee, Christopher Gill, Department of Philosophy Christopher Gill, Timothy Peter Wiseman, Professor of Black Sea History David Braund: Edition: illustrated: Publisher5/5(1).
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Liverpool University Press. In this collection of essays, an international team of outstanding scholars engage with the ideas and methods of Professor Peter Wiseman's past and present work.
Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since In this collection of essays, an international team of outstanding scholars engage with the ideas and methods of Professor Peter Wiseman's past and present work.
They provide a sustained response to the work of one of the most widely. Myth, history and culture in republican Rome: studies in honour of T.P.
Wiseman. Responsibility the Roman case, Nicholas Purcell-- Coriolanus - myth, history and performance, Tim Cornell-- the theatre of Pacuvius - melodrama and mythography, Elaine Fantham-- Agamemnon at Rome, Edward Champlin-- Catullus - in and about Bithynia, Francis. Get this from a library.
Myth, history and culture in republican Rome: studies in honour of T.P. Wiseman. [David Braund; Christopher Gill; T P Wiseman;] -- In this collection of essays, an international team of scholars engage with the ideas and methods of Professor Peter Wiseman's past and present work.
They provide a sustained response to the work of. Book Description: Few encounters in antiquity have had more profound consequences than that between Greek culture and Republican Rome.
Focusing on the ruling elites of the middle and later Republic, for whom Hellenic literature, religion, and visual arts were at once intimidating and appealing, Erich S. Gruen offers a compelling account of the assimilation and adaptation of. Myth, History And Culture In Republican Rome - Studies in Honour of T.P.
Wiseman. Roman mythology is the body of traditional stories pertaining to ancient Rome's legendary origins and religious system, as represented in the literature and visual arts of the Romans.
"Roman mythology" may also refer to the modern study of these representations, and to the subject matter as represented in the literature and art of other cultures in any period. Few encounters in antiquity have had more profound consequences than that between Greek culture and Republican Rome.
Focusing on the ruling elites of the middle and later Republic, for whom Hellenic literature, religion, and visual arts were at once intimidating and appealing, Erich S.
Gruen offers a compelling account of the assimilation and adaptation of Greek culture by the. Venice - Venice - Cultural heritage: the myth of Venice: Reacting to their physical environment and to a variety of cultural influences—from Italy, northern Europe, and the East—the Venetians consciously designed their city as an exceptional place.
They regarded it as a divinely ordained centre of religious, civic, and commercial life, a community blessed by St. Mark, protected by. Roman Republic (Latin: Rēs pūblica Rōmāna, Classical Latin: [ˈreːs ˈpuːblɪka roːˈmaːna]) was the era of classical Roman civilization beginning with the overthrow of the Roman Kingdom, traditionally dated to BC, and ending in 27 BC with the establishment of the Roman was during this period that Rome's control expanded from the city's immediate surroundings to Capital: Rome.
The stories about the founding of Rome are conflicting, but there are two main founding figures to look out for: Romulus (after whom the city may have been named) and Aeneas.
It is also possible that Evander of Arcadia founded Rome. Much of the information on the founding of Rome comes from the first book of Livy's history of Rome. Ovid. Many early Roman authors wrote on the myths of Rome.
Ovid, before his exile by Emperor Augustus, wrote at a critical time in Roman history, politically and emperor was hoping to reestablish a connection to the Republic’s old religion and a reverence for the gods.
Ovid penned several works centering on both Roman myth and religion -- Metamorphoses and Author: Donald L. Wasson.
Winner of American Philological Association: C.J. Goodwin Award of Merit Shortlisted for British Academy Book Prize Widely reviewed and celebrated in hardback on publication in"The Myths of Rome" is now available in a paperback major re-evaluation of Roman history and its afterlife in western culture through the mediums of myth and art is fast Cited by: "History, geography, and culture form a nice web with the selected stories in these attractive, carefully prepared collections.
Each introduction begins with the same general discussion of differences among folktales, legends, and myths and then goes on to explain some characteristics of the myths and beliefs of the featured : $ Author: Diana E.
Kleiner; Publisher: Harvard University Press ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In this beautifully illustrated book, we experience the synthesis of Cleopatra's and Rome's defining moments through surviving works of art and other remnants of what was once an opulent material culture.
Aeneid, The. Nationality/Culture. Roman. Pronunciation. uh-NEE-id. Alternate Names. None. Appears In. Virgil's Aeneid. Myth Overview. In approximately 30 bce, the Roman poet Virgil began composing the Aeneid (pronounced uh-NEE-id), an epic, or long, grand-scale poem, that told the story of Aeneas and the founding and destiny of Rome.
Using myth, history, and cultural pride. The book is about the rise of Rome as a world empire, from it's beginnings to the fall of the Republic. The author spends considerable time going over the various wars (Punic, Macedonian, Carthage), but gives short shrift of the last years of the Republic/5.
Livy, with Sallust and Tacitus, one of the three great Roman historians. His history of Rome became a classic in his own lifetime and exercised a profound influence on the style and philosophy of historical writing down to the 18th century.
Little is known about Livy’s life and nothing about his.Coriolanus: Myth, History and Performance. In Myth, History and Culture in Republican Rome, Studies in Honour of T.P. Wiseman University of Exeter Press. VancouverCited by: 8.Coriolanus: Myth, History and Performance. Cornell, T.
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