By Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall
Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall, österreichischer Diplomat und Orientalist (1774-1856)
«Geschichte der Ilchane - Das ist der Mongolen in Persien», von Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall. Ein dynamisches Inhaltsverzeichnis ermöglicht den direkten Zugriff auf die verschiedenen Abschnitte.
- Erstes Buch. Uebersicht Der Mongolischen Stämme, Der Familie Und Geschichte
- Zweites Buch. Regierungsantritt Hulagu's Und Seine Familie
- Drittes Buch. Syrischer Feldzug
- Viertes Buch. Thronbesteigung Abaka's Und Vertheilung Der Statthalterschaften
- Fünftes Buch. Teguder's Thronbesteigung
- Beilage I. Auszug Aus Der Geschichte Haider's Über Dschudschi
- Beilage Ii. Auszug Aus Wassaf Über Den Ulus Dschudschi's.
- Beilage Iii. Auszug Aus Wassaf Über Den Krieg Zwischen Hulagu Und Berke.
- Beilage Iv. Auszug Aus Wassaf Über Das Papiergeld
By Julian Barr
Tertullian of Carthage used to be the earliest Christian author to argue opposed to abortion at size, and the 1st surviving Latin writer to contemplate the unborn baby intimately. This publication is the 1st complete research of Tertullian’s perspective in the direction of the foetus and embryo. analyzing Tertullian’s works in gentle of Roman literary and social heritage, Julian Barr proposes that Tertullian's reviews at the unborn may be learn as rhetoric ancillary to his fundamental arguments. Tertullian’s engagement within the paintings of rhetoric additionally explains his tendency in the direction of self-contradiction. He argued that human lifestyles started at notion in a few treatises and never in others. Tertullian’s references to the unborn for that reason shouldn't be plucked out of context, lest they be misinterpret. Tertullian borrowed, converted, and discarded theories of ensoulment in line with their usefulness for person treatises. as long as a unmarried paintings was once internally constant, Tertullian was once chuffed. He elaborated upon past Christian traditions and selectively borrowed from historical embryological concept to turn out particular theological and ethical issues. Tertullian was once extra encouraged through Roman customized than he might possibly have admitted, because the distinction among pagan and Christian attitudes on abortion was once extra rhetorical than genuine.
By Philipp Prinz
By Missimo Pallottino
In A heritage of Earliest Italy, first released in 1984, Professor Pallottino illumines the wide range of peoples, languages, and traditions of tradition and alternate that constituted the pre-Roman Italic international.
Since the written resources are fragmentary, archaeology presents the valuable reservoir for facts of the societies and associations of the numerous peoples of early Italy. This incisive and immensely readable account unfolds from the Bronze Age to the unification of the Italian peninsula and Sicily through Rome following the flourishing Archaic interval. It examines the relationships one of the peoples of the peninsula and the effect of Mycenae and Greece in alternate and colonisation.
In telling the tale of the early levels of the everlasting discussion among nationwide vocation and native range in Italy, Professor Pallottino demonstrates that it truly is no much less deserving of our awareness than its modern Greek and later imperial Roman counterparts.
By Stephen Fry
*** Pre-order Mythos through Stephen Fry now ***
The Greek myths are the best tales ever advised, handed down via millennia and encouraging writers and artists as diversified as Shakespeare, Michelangelo, James Joyce and Walt Disney.
They are embedded deeply within the traditions, stories and cultural DNA of the West. In Stephen Fry's fingers the tales of the titans and gods develop into a brilliantly interesting account of ribaldry and revelry, war and worship, debauchery, amorous affairs and existence classes, slayings and suicides, triumphs and tragedies.
You'll fall in love with Zeus, surprise on the start of Athena, wince at Cronus and Gaia's revenge on Ouranos, weep with King Midas and hunt with the attractive and ferocious Artemis.
Thoroughly spellbinding, informative and relocating, Stephen Fry's Mythos completely captures those tales for the fashionable age - in all their wealthy and deeply human relevance.
By Philipp Zeidler
Zunächst sollen jedoch die historischen Fakten dargelegt werden. Begonnen wird dabei mit der von Konstantin ursprünglich gedachten Nachfolgeregelung, deren Scheitern und der Rolle, die Crispus ursprünglich in selbiger spielte.
Der nächste Abschnitt befasst sich mit Crispus selbst sowie seiner politischen und militärischen Karriere. Dabei soll auch eine Betrachtung der Flavia Maxima Fausta erfolgen, welche eine wesentliche Rolle bei der Betrachtung der möglichen Ursachen für die Hinrichtung Crispus spielte.
Die für die Darlegung der historischen Faktenlage und der individual des Crispus in dieser Arbeit herangezogenen Quellen sind die „Liber de Caesaribus“ von Sextus Aurelius Victor sowie die „Neue Geschichte“ von Zosimos.
By Alexander Demandt
By Van Dam
By Sviatoslav Dmitriev
This e-book elucidates the transformation of Greek society during this interval from an area standpoint, generally during the research of neighborhood resources resembling inscriptions and cash. via offering info on public actions, schooling, relations connections, and person careers, it exhibits the level of and geographical version in Greek provincial response to the adjustments accompanying the institution of Roman rule. typically, new neighborhood administrative and social advancements through the interval have been such a lot seriously inspired by way of conventional pre-Roman practices, whereas strategies have been few and of restricted importance.
Concentrating at the province of Asia, the most urbanized Greek-speaking provinces of Rome, this paintings demonstrates that Greek neighborhood management remained various less than the Romans, whereas while neighborhood Greek the Aristocracy progressively merged with the Roman ruling classification into one imperial elite. This end translates the interference of Roman professionals in neighborhood management as a kind of interplay among diversified segments of the imperial elite, rejecting the previous rationalization of such interference as a reveal of Roman keep an eye on over subjects.
By Michael Höveler-Müller