The main purpose of the analysis is to study the relationship between metrical boundaries in deep structure and word-ends in surface structures that occur when the meter is realised.
In addition to this what may be called contemporary and documentary data, there is the almost over-abundant tradition (most would say pseudo-tradition) about the beginnings of the Spartan state, especially about the great Spartan lawgiver Lykourgos
Certamen, although in its present form compiled in the 2nd century AD7, still includes material from much earlier period.
My intention is to examine an episode from the first period of Roman domination, when the coexistence between the different ethnic groups in Alexandria (the body of Greek cit- izens, the Egyptian population and the Jewish community) was marked by signs of extreme tension and outbreaks of violence.
In the scholarly debate, on the basis of judgements which we find in ancient sources, the grain laws are often considered to be, mainly, a political tool used to win approval from theRoman plebs.
Monetary Unification in the Ancient World By Teresa Caruso Nations and Nationalities in Historical Perspective, edited by Gudmun
The aim of this chapter is to explain, necessarily in synthetic form, how Ancient History has been treated and what rele- vance it has had in Spanish historiography.
Thus the four natural rights, liberty, property, security and resistance to oppression, concerned the individual and not the State, which was only their guarantor. For the revolu- tionaries, it is not hence so much a question of reproducing a Greek model, as to break with the monarchical State in a definitive way.
The problem is that there had already been a certain continuity of knowledge, in part of the Greek language but mostly of Greek history, thanks to historical works of Latin literature in general and along the lines of universal history. These had become the accepted version of history and of the Christian conception of human events; universal history is a model that lends itself perfectly to Christianity and was by then “exemplary”.
If we consider the Greek civilisation from a strictly political angle, that is to say, looking at civil rights, or public activities inside well-established institutions, it is clear that the definition of women’s roles is very poor, even non-existent.
My review of the British Museum’s – Defining Beauty: The Body in Ancient Greek Art which explores daily life, gender, sexuality, athleticism, heroism, and the social and political ideologies the Greeks espoused through their views on the human form.
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The archaeological site of Sedeinga, located in Sudan, is known for being home to the ruins of the Egyptian temple of Queen Tiye, the royal wife of Amenhotep III.
A Roman trade distribution centre, an abandoned medieval village and three prehistoric monuments are among nationally significant archaeological discoveries uncovered during work to build a new roadway in England.
The Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri, a new digital tool for researching ancient literature, is now available.
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Barry Strauss talks about his new book The Death of Caesar: The Story of History’s Most Famous Assassination.
In these four videos, Gene Kritsky, author of The Tears of Re, talks about beekeeping in Ancient Egypt
Leendert Weeda examines Vergil’s political views by analyzing the whole of the poet’s work and introduces the notion of the functional model, which suggests that the poet does not primarily have a literary objective, but a functional one.
Forget the Vandals – the fall of the Roman Empire can be explained by biology, according to a new book.