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Horace: Odes Book I (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics)

Horace: Odes Book I (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics)

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By about 13,000 BC leatherworking techniques had improved so much that skins had come to replace many of the older containers. Burnyeat, M., 2013, “Justice writ large and small in Republic 4,” in Politeia in Greek and Roman Philosophy, V. Solon even made laws to serve as guidelines for the spacing and placement of houses, walls, ditches, wells, beehives, and certain types of trees. Socrates, who claims never to have been wise, wondered what this meant.
William the Conqueror

William the Conqueror

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Turn, Wretch, if you dare, your vain Threats against me, who know how to bite again. ...." Greek literature has a long history of charging details of spatial setting with (ever-changing) semantic significance: thus when Plato for once situates one of his philosophical dialogues outside the city of Athens in the countryside (the Phaedrus), this setting has all the characteristics of a locus amoenus (trees, water, shade, a breeze); such a décor is typically the place for love-making, but is now refunctionalised to become the setting for a philosophical talk about love.
God in Greek Philosophy to the Time of Socrates

God in Greek Philosophy to the Time of Socrates

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The dialects outside the Ionic group are known mainly from inscriptions, notable exceptions being fragments of the works of the poet Sappho from the island of Lesbos and the poems of the Boeotian poet, Pindar. The key here is the first premise that good and evil apply only to sentient beings. C., and, reinforced by huge immigration from Greece and the Near East under the Empire, never lost this trait. The role of women, chivalry, etc;-- is elaborated upon using such examples as "Lancelot" and various other Arthurian romances.
The Greek Theatre of Father Brumoy, Volume 2

The Greek Theatre of Father Brumoy, Volume 2

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Thales of Miletus was a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher from Miletus, in Asia Minor, and one of the Seven Sages of Greece. In the whole circle of Greek literature the two authors most important for the student of the New testament are Homer and Plato. Medieval art included the following art by type: By far the most renowned medieval genre is the heroic legend (composed in prose or narrative poetry), of which many were penned throughout the Middle Ages (ca. 500-1500).
Provinces of the Roman Empire: The European Provinces:

Provinces of the Roman Empire: The European Provinces:

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A bloodsucking ghost that resembles a pale giant with a bull's head on its shoulders. The geographic and temporal scope of the program includes (but is not limited to) Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, the Middle East, Ancient Greece, Rome, Ancient North Africa, Ancient Central and East Asia, and Medieval Europe, North Africa, and Asia. Roman literature is a greatly varied subject matter, nonetheleast because it is such a broad and varied theme which forces us into making a vast number of simplistic generalisations.
The Hellenic Kingdom and the Greek Nation

The Hellenic Kingdom and the Greek Nation

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As the type and representative of these young German humanists we may name Reuchlin, who in I 48 2 journeyed to Italy and presented himself there before a celebrated teacher of Greek. It is Homer, Homer's religion, and Homer's gods which recur constantly in their works and which are attacked over and over again as being the bulwarks of the heathen faith which they are striving to supplant. None of the theories in the past and present have any more proof, and our inquiries often leave more questions to be asked.
Antimachus of Colophon and the Position of Women in Greek

Antimachus of Colophon and the Position of Women in Greek

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Hippocrates is perhaps the best-known figure in ancient Greek medicine, widely credited as the father of modern medicine and the author of the Hippocratic Oath. Photograph by Jastrow (2006); public domain via Wikimedia Commons. The role of women, chivalry, etc;-- is elaborated upon using such examples as "Lancelot" and various other Arthurian romances. Many vowels and diphthongs once pronounced distinctly are pronounced as /i/ ( iotacism ). Readers today are likely to think of the Republic as the home par excellence of political philosophy.
A Tan and Sandy Silence: Introduction by Lee Child: Travis

A Tan and Sandy Silence: Introduction by Lee Child: Travis

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It brings together the latest insights from a range of experts from various disciplines: classicists, art historians, archaeologists, legal historians and social anthropologists amongst others. Although the genre was popular, only one example has survived in its entirety, Euripides' Cyclops. Many thousands of artifacts, sculptures, paintings, castles, churches, temples, dishes, jars, ancient helmets, Minoan buildings, Pompeii, etc etc etc.
The Complete Greek Tragedies, Volume 2: Sophocles

The Complete Greek Tragedies, Volume 2: Sophocles

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While his approach of enumerating the things a person needed for such self-sufficiency differed from that of the Cynics and Stoics who emphasized letting go of attachments to things we can get along without, almost all aim at describing a path by which we can attain happiness (Eudaimaia). His enthusiasm f o r t h e ancient writers was a sort of worship. She is also known by the Phoenician name Dido, meaning "wanderer."
Dio Chrysostom: Discourses 37-60 (Loeb Classical Library No.

Dio Chrysostom: Discourses 37-60 (Loeb Classical Library No.

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The legislator (for this is the standpoint adopted in the Politics, see the entry on Aristotle's political theory ) needs to have a grasp of the nature of politics as such; an understanding of the major faultlines in the interpretation and practice of politics; and a grip on the structure and characteristics of the specific city for which he aims to legislate. When he was asked to step inside, the noble told his slave to take in his baggage. This abundance of perspectives on the battle and its aftermath may be one of the reasons the Norman Conquest still continues to fascinate us, 950 years after the sun set on the battlefield.