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(Jtp) Levine, Lee
1992 New York, Jewish Theological Press
Hardcover. Xxiii, 410 pages. Illus. 24 cm. CONTENTS: Early Christianity in the Galilee : reassessing the evidence from the Gospels / Howard Clark Kee -- The Gospel of Matthew and Jewish-Christian conflict in the Galilee / Anthony J. Saldarini -- Literary evidence for Jewish Christianity in the Galilee / Albert I. Baumgarten -- The socio-economic and cultural ethos of the lower Galilee in the first century : implications for the nascent Jesus movement / Douglas Edwards -- Urban-rural relations in first-century Galilee : some suggestions from the literary sources / Sean Freyne -- How anti-Roman was the Galilee? / Uriel Rappaport -- The Roman army in the Galilee / Zeev Safrai -- Roman rule and the cities of the Galilee in Talmudic literature / Aharon Oppenheimer -- The Roman State and the Jewish patriarch in the third century / Martin Goodman -- Was there a Galilean Halakha? / Lawrence H. Schiffman -- The place of the Rabbi in Jewish society of the second century / Shaye J. D. Cohen -- R. Hanina bar Hama at Sepphoris / Stuart S. Miller -- The sages and the synagogue in late antiquity : the evidence of the Galilee / Lee I. Levine -- The Galilean background of Mishnaic Hebrew / Gary A. Rendsburg -- The Aramaic Targum as a mirror of Galilean Jewry / Avigdor Shinan -- Rabbinic views on the practice of Targum, and multilingualism in the Jewish Galilee of the third-sixth centuries / Steven D. Fraade -- The ancient synagogues of the Galilee / Gideon Foerster -- Roman Sepphoris in light of new archeological evidence and recent research / Eric M. Meyers -- Six campaigns at Sepphoris : the University of South Florida excavations, 1983-1989 / James F. Strange -- Social aspects of burial in Beth Shea? Rim : archeological finds and Talmudic sources / Zeev Weiss. ISBN: 0674341139. "The papers included in this volume were delivered at the First International Conference on Galilean Studies in Late Antiquity ... August 13-15, 1989"--page xvii. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. New Condition. (JTS1-25)

[Schlagwörter: Judaica Jewish Jewry Judaism Rabbinics Talmud Bible Philosophy 2nd Second Temple Religious Religion CONSERVATIVE Juden Judisch Juif Juives]

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Southern, Pat and Karen Ramsey Dixon:
London, B.T.Batsford, 1996.
mit zahlr. Illustr., 206 S., 24 cm, gebunden (hardcover) Pp., SU (dust-jacket)

'Schutzumschlag mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren. In englischer Sprache, in english language.

[Schlagwörter: Geschichte, Altertum, Antike, Rom, Militärgeschichte]

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Southern, Pat - Dixon, Karen R.
B.T. Batsford Ltd 1996.
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[Schlagwörter: MILITARIA]

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Southern, P./ Ramsey Dixon, K.:
London, Batsford, 1996.
XVIII,206 S. 83 Abb. 19 Taf. 4 Ktn 25 cm Ln

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Barbarians and Bishops. Army, Church, and State in the Age of Arcadius and Chrysostom, by J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz, - Liebeschuetz, J. H. W. G.:
Liebeschuetz, J. H. W. G.:
Oxford, Clarendon Press 1990.
ISBN 0198140738

XIV, 312 Seiten, mit einigen Tafeln, Gr. 8° (23,5 x 16 cm), Orig.-Pappeinband.

Aus dem Klappentext: "Barbarians and Bishops is concerned with two fundamental themes of late antiquity: barbarization of the Roman army and the interrelation of Church and secular government. The conspicuous role, played by barbarian, particulary German, soliders in the late Roman state has always been recognized but has still not been satisfactorily explained. This is not surprising, since the development which compelled the Empire to call in foreigners for its defence is a complex one, related to changes in basic structures and attitudes of Roman society. One of these was the triumph of Christianity, which required the abandonment of a civic religion closely integrated to secular government. Conflict between representatives of the pagan Empire and major religious leaders was unthinkable and at the same time only too easy, when the Church had an elaborate empire-wide organization which reccived some support from the Empire but was quite independent of it. In this book, Professor Liebeschuetz provides illuminating discussion an a number of themes relating to the simultaneous demilitarization and Christianization of the Roman Empire. Part I deals with Alaric's Goths, whilst parts II and III deal with two conflicts at Constantinople: the Gainas rising and the confliet between the authorities and-the bishop of Constantinople, John Chrysostom." - Einband etwas berieben. Mit geklebter Rückensignatur. Wenige Seiten, Schnitte und Titelblatt gestempelt. Sonst guter Zustand. ISBN: 0198140738

[Schlagwörter: Liebeschuetz, J. H. W. G.: Barbarians and Bishops. Army, Church, and State in the Age of Arcadius and Chrysostom, by J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz, Kirchenväter, Patristik, Alte Kirche, Patrologie, Kirchenvater Christentum Theologie]

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Andrew Appels, Stuart Laycock, Greg Payne (Editor).
Witham Greenlight Publishing 2007
Softcover, 285pp., 25x19cm., ills. in col., new. ISBN 9781897738290.

The history of Britain is intimately tied up with the Roman army which for almost 400 years kept most of this island Roman. Much of the story of the soldiers who lived, fought and died for Rome here, can today only be reconstructed from the remnants of the kit they wore. Over the centuries that the Roman army occupied Britain, its soldiers used a bewildering variety of fittings. Many of them are not easily recognisable to the modern eye, particularly when in fragmentary state. Too many important items are lying discarded in detectorists' junk boxes, because they are simply not being recognised for what they are. That small piece of twisted copper alloy could, in reality, be a Roman military fitting with a fascinating story to tell. In this book, Laycock and Appels set out to document and identify many of the items of Roman military kit encountered today by detectorists and archaeologists and set them in their historical and military context. Late Roman buckles, and their British derivatives, for instance, give a unique insight into the last decades of Roman rule in the country and ultimately may hold the secret to the collapse of Roman Britain. Did Roman power start to collapse 40 years before the end? Was the population of Britain armed in the late 4th century? Did the British tribes re-assert their authority and raise militias for renewed inter-tribal conflict? The next buckle or fitting uncovered could help answer these questions and many more about the history of Roman Britain. But they'll only provide answers if they can be correctly identified. Instead of just line drawings, this text is lavishly illustrated with hundreds of full colour photographs of surviving Roman military kit, most of them never before published. Some of these items are unique. Many of them are rare. This is a resource for detectorists, archaeologists, museum staff, collectors and re-enactors alike, and will be of interest also to many with a more general interest in the Roman military. Contents include: Early Empire Buckles -Dolphin Buckles - Dragon Buckles - Bird Buckles - Horse head buckles - Lion Buckles - Strap ends - Belt stiffeners - Belt Plates - Helmet Fittings - Sword and Dagger Fittings - Armour Fittings - Shield Fittings - Apron Fittings - Horse harness Fittings - Roman military glossary - Bibliography

[Schlagwörter: archeology archeologie romains romeinen romans buckles gespen metaaldetectors opgravingen geschiedenis history]

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RAMSAY, Andrew Michael de
Paris, The widow Mazieres & J.B. Garnier, 1735.
5 parts in 2 vols. 4to. Contemporary full mottled calf, spines gilt in compartments with red and green title labels, lettered in gold, marbled edges. Titles and half-titles printed in red and black, full-page portrait of Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne, vicomte de Turenne, by N. de Larmessin after Meissonier, 13 folding engraved plans (ca. 26 x 39 cm) of battles sieges and camps by Coquart, 8 large beautiful head- and end-pieces by J.B. Scotin, 2 engraved initials. Vol. 1: (12), 494 pp.; vol. 2: (4), 495-597, (1), 596-600, (601), (2), CL, LXXXVIII, CCIX pp.

First edition of the well-known biography of Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne, Vicomte de Turenne, often called simply Turenne (1611-1675) by Andrew Michael Ramsay. Turenne was the most illustrious member of the La Tour d'Auvergne family. He achieved military fame and became a Marshal of France. He was one of six marshals who have been made Marshal General of France. He was the second son of Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, vicomte de Turenne, duc de Bouillon, sovereign prince of Sedan , by his second wife Elizabeth, daughter of William the Silent, Prince of Orange. Turenne received a Huguenot education and the usual training of a young noble of the time, but physical infirmity, and particularly an impediment of speech (which he never lost), hampered his progress. At the age of fourteen he went to learn war in the camp of his uncle, Maurice of Nassau the Stadtholder of Holland and Prince of Orange, and began his military career (as a private soldier in that prince's bodyguard) during the last stage of the Dutch Revolt.Frederick Henry of Nassau, who succeeded his brother Maurice as Stadtholder and Prince of Orange in 1625, gave Turenne a captaincy in 1626. The young officer took his part in the siege warfare of the period, and won special commendation from his uncle (one of the foremost commanders of the time) for his skill and courage. In 1630 Turenne left the Netherlands and entered the service of France, motivated not only by the prospect of military advancement but also by his mother's desire to show the loyalty of the Bouillon dominions to the French crown. Cardinal Richelieu at once made him colonel of an infantry regiment. He still continued to serve at short intervals with the prince of Orange, who at the time had an alliance with France.He gained the rank of Marshal of France (1643) and soon departed to the Alsace to re-organize the 'Army of Weimar' (the remnant of the late Duke Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar's troops) which had just suffered a severe defeat at Tuttlingen (November 24/25, 1643). At this time, having reached thirty-two years of age, Turenne had served under four famous commanders. The methodical prince of Orange, the fiery Bernhard, the soldierly Cardinal de la Valette and the stubborn and astute Harcourt had each contributed much to the completeness of Turenne's training, and he took the field in 1644 prepared by genius and education for the responsibilities of high command.In Louis XIV's Dutch War of 1672 Turenne accompanied the army commanded by the king which overran the Dutch United Provinces up to the gates of Amsterdam. The terms offered by Louis to the Prince of Orange only aroused a more bitter resistance. The Dutch opened the dikes and flooded the country round Amsterdam. This measure completely checked Turenne, whom the king had left in command. News of this event roused Europe to action, and the conflict spread to Germany. Turenne fought a successful war of manoeuvre on the middle Rhine while Conde covered Alsace. In January 1673 Turenne assumed the offensive, penetrated far into Germany, and forced the Great Elector of Brandenburg to make peace; later in the year, however, the famous imperial general Montecucculi completely out-manoeuvred Turenne: Montecucculi evaded his opponent, joined the Dutch and took the important town of Bonn. In June 1674, however, Turenne won the battle of Sinzheim, which made him master of the Palatinate.Napoleon recommended all soldiers to "read and re-read" the campaigns of Turenne as one of the great captains. His fame as a general rivalled that of any other in Europe at a period when the populace studied war more critically than ever before, for his military character epitomized the art of war of his time. Strategic caution and logistic accuracy, combined with brilliant dash in small combats and constancy under all circumstances - of success or failure - perhaps emerge as the salient points of Turenne's genius for war. Great battles he avoided. "Few sieges and many combats" he used as his own maxim. Andrew Michael Ramsay (1686-1743), known in France as the Chevalier de Ramsay, was a Scottish-born writer who lived most of his adult life in France. In his youth he served with the English auxiliaries in the Netherlands, and in 1710 visited Francois Fenelon, who converted him to Roman Catholicism. He remained in France until 1724 writing politico-theological treatises. In January 1724, Ramsay was sent to Rome as tutor to James' two sons, Charles Edward and Henry.Ramsay returned to France in 1730 and, following the death of the Duc de Sully, passed into the service of the Comte d'Evreux, a prominent member of the family of la Tour d'Auvergne and Bouillon which had ties of marriage with the Jacobite Court, and bonds of loyal friendship to the circle around Fenelon.Ramsay's task in the Evreux household was to tutor the Count's grand nephew, the Prince of Turenne, Godefroi Charles, son of Charles Godefroi, Duc de Bouillon, the head of the house. It was for the Prince's education that Ramsay wrote this Histoire du Vicomte de Turenne, marechal general des armees du roy (1735), using as documentary evidence the handwritten Memoires du Duc d'York (James II). The original manuscripts were lost in the French Revolution.The work is dedicated to the Prince of Turenne, and contains in vol. 2: the 'Preuves de l'histoire du vicomte de Turenne' in 3 parts: (1) 'Contenant les memoirs du vicomte ecrits de sa propre main': the autobiography of Turenne (pp. I-CLXXXVII) together with the 'Relation de la campagne de Fribourg'by Goyon de Matignon,Francois marquis de la Moussage (pp. CLXXXVIII-CCIX); (2) 'Contenant plusieurs lettre, brevets, instructions politiques, & autres pieces' (pp. I--LXXXVIII); and (3) 'Contenant les memoires du duc d'York (= King James II (1633-1701), depuis Jacques II. Roi de la Grande-Bretagne' (pp. CL). Further editions: 1736 (Paris, ed. in 8vo & The Hague), 1749, 1771-73, 1774. An translation into English appeared in 1755.<I>List op plates</I>:- Portrait of Turenne.- Les trois combats de Fribourg (3, 5 and 9 August 1644; erroneously bound in vol. 2))- Combat de Mariendal (5.5.1645).- Bataille de Norlinghen (3.8.1645).- Bataille pres de Rhetel (19.12.1650).- Bataille de St. Antoine (5.7.1652).- Siege d'Arras (25.8.1654).- Siege de Valenciennes (16.7.1656)- Bataille des Dunes pres Dunkerque (14.6.1658).- Les Marches du vicomte de Turenne dans Hollande ... Brabant ... Westphalie ...Vol. 2: - Bataille de Sintzheim (16.6.1674).- Bataille d'Ensheim (4.10.1674).- Combat de Turcheim en Alsace (15.1.1674).- Les differens camps dans l'Ortnaw (Offenberg).
Very good copy.- (Spines a bit rubbed, the plate of the 'Trois combats de Fribourg (1644) misbound in the second vol.).


[Schlagwörter: 17th Century; 18th Century; Biography; France; *HISTORY; *MILITARY HISTORY]

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Kaiser, Heer und Gesellschaft in der Römischen Kaiserzeit - Geza Alföldy
Geza Alföldy
Steiner Franz Verlag,Jan 2000
ISBN 9783515076548

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Aus dem Inhalt: Vorwort I. Das Heer im sozialen und wirtschaftlichen Gefüge des Imperium Romanum: Lukas de Blois: Army and Society in the Late Roman Republic: Professionalism and the Role of the Military Middle Cadre Geza Alföldy: Das Heer in der Sozialstruktur des Römischen Kaiserreiches David J. Breeze: Supplying the Army Michael Alexander Speidel: Sold und Wirtschaftslage der römischen Soldaten II. Die einzelnen Ranggruppen des Heeres und ihre sozialen Beziehungen: Anthony R. Birley: Senators as Generals Segolene Demougin: Iteratio Militiae Brian Dobson: The primipilares in Army and Society John C. Mann: Honesta Missio from the Legions Denis B. Saddington: The Sorts of Names Used by Auxiliaries in the Early Principate Michel Redde: Les Marins III: Heer und Gesellschaft in den einzelnen Teilen des Römischen Reiches: Cecilia Ricci: DOMO ROMA. Il contributo della capitale all'esercito di confine e alle milizie urbane (eta imperiale) Yann Le Bohec: Le r le social et politique de l'armee romaine dans les provinces d'Afrique Rene Rebuffat: L'armee romaine a Gholaia Patrick Le Roux: Armee et societe en Hispanie sous L'Empire Francois Berard: La garnison de Lyon et les officiales du gouverneur de Lyonnaise Margaret Roxan: Veteran Settlement of the Auxilia in Germania John J. Wilkes: Army and Society in Roman Dalmatia Slobodan Dusanic: Army and Mining in Moesia superior Miroslava Mirkovic: Military Diplomas from Viminacium and the Settlement of Auxiliary Veterans: City or Countryside Fritz Mitthof: Soldaten und Veteranen in der Gesellschaft des römischen Ägypten (1. 2. Jh. n. Chr.) Valerie A. Maxfield: The Deployment of the Roman Auxilia in Upper Egypt and the Eastern Desert during the Principate IV. Varia: P. John Casey: LIBERALITAS AVGVSTI: Imperial Military Donatives and the Arras Hoard Gabriele Wesch-Klein: Commeatus id est tempus, quo ire, redire quis possit. Zur Gewährung von Urlaub im römischen Heer Michael P. Speidel: Who Fought in the Front Werner Eck: Monumente der Virtus. Kaiser und Heer im Spiegel epigraphischer Denkmäler Index

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AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS.
Leiden, apud Petrum vander Aa, 1693.
4to. (30),(40),724,(1),(19 index) p., portrait, frontispiece, 17 plates. Calf 25 cm (Ref: Schweiger 2,3, Dibdin 1,257; Brunet 1,237; Moss 1,39; Fabricius/Ernesti 3,162; Romeyn de Hooghe, De verbeelding van de late Gouden Eeuw, no. 1693-01a) (Details: Back ruled gilt, with 5 raised bands; gilt title in second compartment; old paper label with short title in first compartment; borders of covers gilt; portrait of Gronovius, engraved by A. van Zylvelt; frontispiece depicting Rome seated on the spolia of her slain victims; engraved title vignette; 6 plates showing coins, bound at the end of the preliminary leaves; then 11 plates, of which 8 engraved portraits of the Roman emperors Julian et alii, and 3 folding plates; Two of these folding plates show lively battlescenes (Amida and Argentoratum), they are made by Romeyn de Hooghe, dated 1692 (not in Landwehr); 1 big folding plate, 28x45 cm, depicts the 4 sides of the Obelisk of Ramses; the plates are in fine condition; 1 big text illustration offers a view of Nicaea) (Condition: Back scuffed; head of spine chafed; corners bumped; 2 small library stamps on front pastedown; 1 small stamp on front flyleaf; small stamp on frontispiece and title; edges of the portrait of Gronovius browning and thumbed; some foxing; a few gatherings browning) (Note: Ammianus Marcellinus, ca. 330-400 AD, was a Greek who served as a high officer in the Roman army. He carried arms under the emperors Constantius, Julian and Valens. His Res Gestae, meant to continue the work of the Roman historian Tacitus, describe the history of Rome from Nerva till the downfall of the emperor Valens in 378 in 31 books; in combining history and biography he follows his example; the first 13 books of the Res Gestae were lost. What is left begins with book 14, the year 353. Neue Pauly, I col. 598: 'Ammianus' Gesammtleistung reiht ihn unter die grossen Historiker Roms ein'. His style is not polished, but the work is valuable for its veracity; Friedrich Lindenbrog, 1570-1642, was an able pupil of Scaliger; he also produced editions of Terentius and Statius; the French scholar Henri de Valois, 1603-1676, is best known from his edition of Ammianus of 1636. Jakob Gronovius, 1645-1716, was professor of Greek at Leyden from 1679 till his death. He was an industrious scholar who published many editions of ancient authors. Dibdin speaks highly of our edition: 'An admirable edition, highly spoken of by Ernesti and Harwood, and well known in the republic of literature. To the notes of Lindenbrogius and other editors (placed below the text) Gronovius has added some excellent annotations of his own'; Brunet is even more enthousiastic: 'Cette edition a efface toutes celles qui avaient paru jusqu'alors'. The publishing firm of Vander Aa had high expectations of this edition of Ammianus. It produced in 1693 a folio edition and a quarto edition, like this edition. The folio is the deluxe edition, with red & black title, woodcut initials, ample margins, and a better quality paper; the quarto edition counts more pages and has smaller type) (Provenance: the provenance is Swiss; a small stamp of 'Archivum V.-Prov. Helveticae'; 2 stamps of 'Bibliothek SJ, Zürich, Prov. Helv.'; a small paper label on the rear pastedown: 'J.J. Siegfried's Buchhandlung & Antiquariat, Zürich') (Collation: pi-1 (portr); * - 3*-4, 4*-2; (a) - (e)-4; A - 5A-4)(Photographs on request)

[Schlagwörter: Altertumswissenschaft Antike Antiquity Gronovius Lateinisch Lateinische Latin Roman history Roman literature Romeyn de Hooghe Spätantike ancient classical philology late latin römische Geschichte römische Literatur]

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Roman Guardsman, 62 BC-AD 324 - Ross Cowan
Ross Cowan
Osprey Publishing Ltd,Jan 2014
ISBN 9781782009252

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From the civil wars of the Late Republic to Constantine's reunification of the Empire, corps of guardsmen were at the heart of every Roman army. This title details the nature of these units, their organization and operational successes and failures from their origins in the late Republic through to their struggle against Constantine the Great.

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Ross Cowan
Osprey Publishing Ltd,Jan 2014
ISBN 9781782009252

NEUBUCH! 249x182x12 mm

From the civil wars of the Late Republic to Constantine's reunification of the Empire, corps of guardsmen were at the heart of every Roman army. This title details the nature of these units, their organization and operational successes and failures from their origins in the late Republic through to their struggle against Constantine the Great.

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AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS.
Leiden, apud Petrum vander Aa, 1693.
Folio (XX),(28),514,(1),(14 index) p., portrait, 17 plates. Vellum 33 cm (Ref: Schweiger 2,3, Dibdin 1,257; Brunet 1,237; Moss 1,39; Fabricius/Ernesti 3,162; Spoelder p. 568 Gouda 2; Romeyn de Hooghe, De verbeelding van de late Gouden Eeuw, no. 1693-01b) (Details: Prize copy; back with 5 raised bands; gilt floral motives in compartments; covers ruled gilt; gilt coat of arms of Gouda on both covers; title in red & black; engraved printer's mark on title; portrait of Gronovius, engraved by A. van Zylvelt; 6 engraved plates showing coins, bound at the end of the preliminary leaves; then 11 plates, of which 8 engraved portraits of Roman emperors Julian et alii, and 3 folding plates; Two of these double-page plates show lively battlescenes (Amida and Argentoratum), they are the work of Romeyn de Hooghe, dated 1692 (not in Landwehr); 1 big folding plate, 28x45 cm, depicts the 4 sides of the Obelisk of Ramses; the plates are in good condition; 1 big text illustration offering a view of Nicaea; woodcut initials) (Condition: Prize removed; without a frontispiece; vellum soiled and spotted; gilt faded; small ink inscription on front flyleaf; edges of the big folding plate worn; 1 small tear in this plate at folding point; some foxing; right lower corner of the first gathering vaguely waterstained) (Note: Ammianus Marcellinus, ca. 330-400 AD, was a Greek who served as a high officer in the Roman army. His Res Gestae, meant to continue the work of the Roman historian Tacitus, describe the history of Rome from Nerva till the downfall of the emperor Valens in 378 in 31 books; in combining history and biography he follows his example; the first 13 books of the Res Gestae were lost. What is left begins with book 14, the year 353. Neue Pauly I, col. 598: 'Ammianus' Gesammtleistung reiht ihn unter die grossen Historiker Roms ein'; Friedrich Lindenbrog, 1570-1642, was an able pupil of Scaliger; he also produced editions of Terentius and Statius; the French scholar Henri de Valois, 1603-1676, is best known from his edition of Ammianus of 1636. Jakob Gronovius, 1645-1716, was professor of Greek at Leyden from 1679 till his death. He was an industrious scholar who published many editions of ancient authors. Dibdin speaks highly of our edition: 'An admirable edition, highly spoken of by Ernesti and Harwood, and well known in the republic of literature. To the notes of Lindenbrogius and other editors (placed below the text) Gronovius has added some excellent annotations of his own'; Brunet is even more enthousiastic: 'Cette edition a efface toutes celles qui avaient paru jusqu'alors'; The publishing firm of Vander Aa had high expectations of this edition of Ammianus. It produced a folio edition (our copy), and a quarto edition. The folio is the deluxe edition, with red & black title, woodcut initials, ample margins, and a better quality paper; the quarto edition counts more pages and has smaller type; There are copies of the folio and quarto editions in which the portrait of Gronovius serves as frontispiece) (Collation: * - 2*-4, 3*-2; (a) - (c)-4, (d)-2; A - 3V-4; 6 plates with coins after 3*2; 1 portrait of Julian, and Gronovius at the end of the preliminary leaves; 7 other portraits after p. 12, 70, 228, 330, 344, 348, 354; double-page plates after p. 106 & 166; folding plate after 124) (Photographs on request)

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The Making of Orthodox Byzantium, 600-1025. 10.Aufl. - Whittow, Mark:
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MacMillan, 2005.
ISBN 0333496019

New Studies in Medieval History. XXIV; 477 S.; Kt. Broschiert.

Gebraucht, aber sehr gut erhalten. - SOURCES FOR EARLY MEDIEVAL BYZANTIUM - IE STRATEGIC GEOGRAPHY OF THE NEAR EAST The Balkans The Steppes Anatolia and Iran The Agricultural Plains The Desert Conclusion: a Strategic Geography - THE ROMAN WORLD IN 600 - The Strategic Outlook - The Social and Economic Base - THE FALL OF THE OLD ORDER - The Last Roman-Persian War - The Islamic Conquests - The End of the Ancient Economy, c.650-750 - HOW THE ROMAN EMPIRE SURVIVED - From Rome to Byzantium - How the Empire Survived: the City of Constantine - and Theodosios Taxation - The Imperial Court The Army and Navy The Church - THE SHOCK OF DEFEAT - The Byzantine World View - Icons and Iconoclasm - Iconoclasm and the Making of Orthodox Byzantium THE BYZANTINE RESPONSE: ON TO THE - DEFENSIVE - Adapting the Late Roman Military Tradition - Byzantine Defensive Strategy, c.750-e.950 - The Size of the Byzantine Army - THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE AND ITS NON-MUSLIM - NEIGHBOURS, c.600-c.950 - Transcaucasia - The Khazars - The Rus - The Balkans - The Western Provinces - THE AGE OF RECONQUEST, 863-976 The Byzantine Offensive in the East The Decline of the Abbäsid Caliphate The Costs of Success: Byzantium, 863-976 - THE REIGN OF BASIL II, 976-1025 - The Byzantine World in 976 - The Great Civil Wars, 976-89 - The Triumph of Constantinople, 990-1025 - Notes Bibliography. ISBN 0333496019

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The Ambivalence of Imperial Discourse. Cervantes' La Numancia within the 'Lost Generation' of Spanish Drama (1570-90). Hispanic Studies: Culture and Ideas Band 14. 243 Seiten Hispanic studies: culture and ideas ; Vol. 14 - Kahn, Aaron M:
Kahn, Aaron M:
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1. Auflage Lang, Peter Bern, 2008. Paperback Empire /Spain; Spanish drama; Cervantes; Scipio Aemilianus; Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de[DNB]; El cerco de Numancia[DNB] This book offers a new reading of Miguel de Cervantes's play La destruccion de Numancia (c.1583), analysing the work in relation to theories of empire in sixteenth-century Spain, in the context of plays written immediately before the rise in popularity of Lope de Vega and the comedia nueva, and the playwright's innovative use of dramatic techniques in this transitional period of Spanish drama. Dramatic writers have always used the stage as a medium through which they could comment on current events involving politics, religion, philosophy, and society; Cervantes was no exception. His discourse concerning imperial expansion in La Numancia has resulted in many conflicting interpretations of the play's meaning. This book explores the drama's thematic and generic ambiguities, as well as Cervantes's representation and interpretation of the historical record in the creation of his characters and his portrayal of the fall of Numancia in 133 BC to the Roman army of Scipio Aemilianus. Finally, this study addresses the significance of seemingly intentionally unclear discourse in reference to La Numancia and the turbulent political and religious environment of late sixteenth-century Spain.Contents: Moral Opposition to Philip II in Pre-Lopean Drama - Thematic Ambiguities - The Problematic Generic Classification of La Numancia - Representation and Interpretation of Historical Characters and ISBN 9783039110988 LIEFERZEIT CA 5 BIS 10 WERKTAGE

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Eirene. Studia Graeca et Latina XIX. - Janda, J. (Hrsg.):
Janda, J. (Hrsg.):
Prag: Academia Akad. Ved, 1982.
193 S., Broschiert.

Einband mit kl. Randläsuren. - Inhalt: F. Gschnitzer, Studien zur griechischen Terminologie der Sklaverei II. Wiesbaden 1976 (P. Oliva). A. M. Ward, Marcus Crassus and the Late Roman Republic. Columbia - London 1977 (J. Burian). M. I. Finley (ed.), Studies in Roman Property. Cambridge - London - New York - Melbourne 1976 (J. Burian) H. Galsterer, Herrschaft und Verwaltung im republikanischen Italien. München 1976 (J. Burian). W. Dahlheim, Gewalt und Herrschaft. Berlin - New York 1977 (J. Burian) M. Stahl, Imperiale Herrschaft und provinziale Stadt. Göttingen 1978 (J. Burian). J. Benes, Auxilia Romana in Moesia atque in Dacia. Praha 1978 (J. Bouzek) Hispania antiqua. Revista de historia antigua 5, 1975 (1977). Universidad de Valladolid (J. Burian) Euripides: Tragödien. Griech. und deutsch von D. Ebener. IV. Teil: Elektra, Helena, Iph. im Lande der Taurer, Ion. Berlin 1977 (H. Kuch) P. Aelii Aristidis opera I. Orationes I-XVI ed. F. W. Lenz et C. A. Behr. Fase. I. Lugduni Batavorum 1976 (L. Vidman) Altgriechische Liebesgeschichten, Historien und Schwanke. Griech. und deutsch von L. Radermacher - F. John. Berlin 19762 (U. Treu) Hephaestio Thebanus, Apotelesmatica I, II. ed. D. Pingree. Leipzig 1973, 1974 (E. Hoseh). A. Masaracchia, Studi Erodotei. Messina 1976 (P. Oliva). B. Abel-Wilmanns, Der Erzählaufbau der Dionysiaka des Nonnos von Panopolis. Frankfurt am Main - Bern - Las Vegas 1977 (R. Dostälovä) I. Tar, Über die Anfänge der römischen Lyrik. Szeged 1975 (E. Kuiäkovä) H. Tränkle, Livius und Polybios. Basel - Stuttgart 1977 (J. Burian) H. Homeyer, Die spartanische Helena und der Trojanische Krieg. Wiesbaden 1977 (E. Stehlikovä) A. Momigliano, Essays in Ancient and Modern Historiography. Oxford 1974. (P. Oliva) M. P. Speidel, The Religion of Iuppiter Dolichenus in the Roman Army. Leiden 1978 (L. Vidman). K. Rudolph, Die Gnosis. Leipzig 1977 (J. Irmscher). P. Nagel (ed.), Studia coptica. Berlin 1974 (J. Irmscher). Lessico politico dell'epica Greca arcaica diretto da L. Bertelli, I. Lana. Fase. I. Torino 1977 (J. Pecirka) V. Langholf, Syntaktische Untersuchungen zu Hippokrates-Texten. Wiesbaden 1977 (H. Kurzovd). M. Leumann, Lateinische Laut- und Formenlehre. München 1977 (H. Kurzovd) S. Timpanaro, La filologia di G. Leopardi. Roma - Bari 1978 (L. Vidman) S. Deger-Jalkotzy, Fremde Zuwanderer im spätmykenischen Griechenland. Wien 1977 (J. Bouzek) Ch. Doumas, Early Bronze Age Burial Habits in the Cyclades. Göteborg 1977 (Ph. Kostomitsopoulos) P. Müller, Löwen und Mischwesen in der archaischen griechischen Kunst. Zürich 1978 (J. Bouzek). M. Kunze (ed.), Beiträge zum antiken Realismus. Berlin 1977 (J. Bazant) K. Zimmermann (ed.), Die Dresdener Antiken und Winckelmann. Berlin 1977 (J. Bazant) (u.a.).

[Schlagwörter: Philologie, Latein, Griechisch, Altertum, Geschichte]

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Religion (Heidentum: Römische Religion. Allgemeines). Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt. Principat. (ANRW) Bd. 16. Teilbd. 2 - Haase, Wolfgang (Hg.):
Haase, Wolfgang (Hg.):
Berlin: de Gruyter, 1978.
ISBN 9783110076127

VII S. S.834 - 1773, Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag.

Einband leicht berieben. HERZ, P. Bibliographie zum römischen Kaiserkult -- VON HESBERG, H. Archäologische Denkmäler zum römischen Kaiserkult -- TURCAN, R. Le culte imperial au IIIe siecle -- PALMER, R. E. A. Severan Ruler-Cult and the Moon in the City of Rome -- RICHARD, J.-C. Recherches sur certains aspects du culte imperial: Les funerailles des empereurs Romains aux deux premiers siecles de notre ere -- HERZ, P. Kaiserfeste der Prinzipatszeit -- FISHWICK, D. The Development of Provincial Ruler Worship in the Western Roman Empire -- DUTHOY, R. Les Augustales -- CHESNUT, G. F. The Ruler and the Logos in Neopythagorean, Middle Platonic, and Late Stoic Political Philosophy -- BRIND'AMOUR, P. L'Origine des Jeux Seculaires -- FREYBURGER, G. La supplication d'action de graces sous le Haut-Empire -- HARMON, D. P. The Public Festivals of Rome -- HELGELAND, J. Roman Army Religion -- BIRLEY, E. The Religion of the Roman Army: -- SPEIDEL, M. P. - DIMITROVA-MILCEVA, A. The Cult of the Genii in the Roman Army and a New Military Deity -- ORR, D. G. Roman Domestic Religion: The Evidence of the Household Shrines -- HARMON, D. P. The Family Festivals of Rome -- DEL CORNO, D. I sogni e la loro interpretazione nell'eta dell'impero -- TALBERT, CH. H. Biographies of Philosophers and Rulers as Instruments of Religious Propaganda in Mediterranean Antiquity -- BOWIE, E. L. Apollonius of Tyana: Tradition and Reality -- TURCAN, R. Les sarcophages romains et le probleme du symbolisme funeraire -- GUARDUCCI, M. Dal gioco letterale alla crittografia mistica. ISBN 9783110076127

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AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS.
Leyden, Pieter van der Aa, 1693.
4to. Contemporary vellum, ribbed decorated and gilt spine with title lettered in ink, sides with central gilt-stamped coat-of-arms of Gouda, surrounded by a thorn branch (Spoelder, p. 568: 'Gouda 2'), and double gilt filets along edges, red speckled edges. Full-page engraved allegorical frontispiece with Minerva sitting on a pedestal on with title in letterpress, printed title with engraved vignette, full-page engraved portrait of Gronovius by A. v. Zylvelt, 2 dated (1692) folding engraved battle scenes signed by Romeyn de Hooghe (ca. 232 x 355mm), folding engraved plate (468 x 328mm) of the famous Ramses obelisk erected in Rome, showing the hieroglyphs on all of its four sides, 6 full-page numbered engraved plates with Roman coins, 8 full-page engraved plates with Roman emperors on coins (space for title left blank), one half-page engraved illustration of Lacus Ascanius, and one engraved headpiece in text, woodcut end piece and initials. (68, incl. frontispiece), 724, (20) pp.

Original edition of this important edition of the famous history of Rome by the fourth-century Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus (ca. 325/330 - after 391), edited by Jacobus Gronovius. In the same year this work was also issued in folio by the same publisher. Ammianus Marcellinus was born between 325 and 330 to an educated family of Greek descent, probably at Antioch. The date of his death is unknown, but he must have lived until 391, as he mentions Aurelius Victor as the city prefect for that year. The surviving books of his valuable history cover the years 353 to 378; the work is sometimes referred to as <I>Res Gestae</I>. Ammianus served as a soldier in the army of Constantius II in Gaul and Persia. Eventually he settled in Rome during the early eighties of the fourth century, where, in his fifties he wrote this history of the Roman empire from the accession of Nerva (96) to the death of Valens at the Battle of Adrianople (378), thus forming a possible continuation of the work of Tacitus. The <I>Res Gestae</I> was originally in thirty-one books, but the first thirteen are lost. The surviving eighteen books cover the period from 353 to 378. As a whole it has been considered extremely valuable, being a clear, comprehensive and, according to Gibbon, impartial account of events by a contemporary. Like many ancient historians, Ammianus had a strong political and religious agenda to pursue, and he contrasted Constantius II with Julian to the former's constant disadvantage. Edward Gibbon judged Ammianus as 'an accurate and faithful guide, who composed the history of his own times without indulging the prejudices and passions which usually affect the mind of a contemporary'. Ammianus was a pagan, and some have said that he marginalises Christianity repeatedly in his account. Ernst Stein goes as far as praising Ammianus as 'the greatest literary genius that the world produced between Tacitus and Dante'.It is 'an admirable edition, highly spoke of by Ernesti and Harwood, and well known in the republic of literature. To the notes of Lindenbrogius and other editors (placed below the text) Gronovius has added some excellent annotations of his own. The vignettes are very neat' (Dibdin). Moss judges 'This edition is very deservedly esteemed among the best edited books in Holland. The text is published with great accuracy, the notes of Gronovius are very valuable, and it is adorned with elegant figures'.The editor Jacobus Gronovius (1645-1716) was a Dutch classical scholar. He was the son of the German classical scholar, professor Johann Friedrich Gronovius at Deventer, and father of the botanist Jan Frederik Gronovius. He studied in Leyden, Oxford and Cambridge. After travels to France and Italy where he was appointed professor at the university of Pisa, he returned to the Netherlands in 1674. In 1679 he was appointed professor of Greek and history at the Leyden University and later in 1692 he became also professor of eloquence. Gronovius is chiefly known as the editor of the famous <I>Thesaurus antiquitatum Graecarum</I> (1697-1702, in 13 volumes), but the present work is certainly among his best publications.<B><I>The two beautiful plates by the most famous late-seventeenth-century Dutch engraver and etcher Romeyn de Hooghe, especially made for this work, are not mentioned by Landwehr! </I></B>The very interesting plates depict battle scenes: (1) the battle against the Alamannen with their kings Chnodomarius and Vestralpus near Strassburg: 'Explanatio proelii ad Argentoratum (Ammianus, Lib. XVI, cap. XII), and (2) the capture of Amida in Turkey: 'Explanatio expugnatae Amidae', showing the use of elephants and all kind of siege machines (Lib. XVII, cap. IV).
Very good copy.- (Sl. age-browned as usual, tear in central folding part of obelisk-plate).
Dibdin I, p. 257; Moss, <I>Manual of Class. bibliogr</I>., p. 39; Brunet I, col. 237; Graesse I, col. 104; NNBW I, cols. 986-9; not in Landwehr, <I>Romeyn de Hooghe as book illustrator</I> !!; <B>ad binding: </B>Spoelder, <I>Prijsboeken</I>, p. 568 (Gouda 2).

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O. Merisalo (ed.)
Brepols Verlag
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Textes et Etudes du Moyen Age TEMA 35 Frontiers in the Middle Ages Proceedings of the Third European Congress of the Medieval Studies (Jyväskylä, 10-14 June 2003) O. Merisalo (ed.) approx. XII+761 p., 20 b/w ill., 165 x 240 mm, 2006 ISBN: 978-2-503-52420-7 Languages: English, French, German Paperback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 65,00 The first uses of the term frontiere in thirteenth-fourteenth-century French were military, referring to the first line of troops in a battle. In architecture it meant the front of a building, and at the end of the fourteenth century it was first used as a geographical term, in Spain specifically about the divide between the Christians and the Muslims. More than obstacles, medieval frontiers - whether geographical, political, military, intellectual or artistic - seem to have been bridges and points of contact. Frontiers was the theme of the Third European Congress of Medieval Studies organised by the FIDEM in Jyväskylä, Finland, in 2003. True to the nature of the FIDEM, it was highly interdisciplinary, bringing together scholars from all over the world, addressing problems ranging from Byzantine administration to Icelandic vernacular scribal culture, during a week of extraordinary intellectual excitement. This volume brings together forty-four contributions by specialists of history, history of ideas, medieval philosophy, philology, linguistics, literature as well as manuscript and archival studies. Table of contents: Foreword I. Introduction Giles Constable, 'Frontiers in the Middle Ages' II. Intellectual Frontiers William Courtenay, 'Intellectual frontiers in the High and Middle Ages'; Andre Hubert, S.J., 'Saint Anselme a la croisee de la theologie scolastique et de la theologie monastique'; Jose Filipe Pereira da Silva, 'Conceptual relations in Hugh of St. Victor's thought'; Philip Reynolds, 'Thomas Aquinas, Muslims, angels and happiness' III. Representations of and encounters with Otherness Sini Kangas, 'Militia Christi meets the Prince of Babylon. The Crusader conception of encountering the enemy'; Marko Lamberg, 'Finns as aliens and compatriots in the late Medieval kingdom of Sweden'; Satu Lidman, 'Diskriminierung durch Strafe und Gesetz im Fürstentum Bayern am Beispiel des Landgebots 1516'; Marek Tamm, 'Les signes d'alterite. La representation de la Baltique orientale dans le De proprietatibus rerum de Barthelemy l'Anglais (vers 1245)'; IV. Concrete frontiers Sofia Lahti, 'Documents from Gustav Vasa's administration as sources for art and cult history. Confiscation lists'; Anu Lahtinen, 'Frontier and borderland. The use of natural resources in Medieval Finland from an environmental history point of view'; Giampaolo Francesconi - Francesco Salvestrini, 'La scrittura del confine nell'Italia comunale. Modelli e funzioni'; Christopher Gardner, 'Practice and rhetoric. Some perspectives on the legal frontier between "France" and Toulouse'; Anthony Perron, 'Ius metropoliticum on the Norwegian periphery from Nicholas Breakspear to William of Sabina'; Zaroui Pogossian, 'The Armenian reaction to the concept of the primacy of the Roman church in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries' V. Byzantium Guglielmo Cavallo, 'Ai confini dell'impero. Appunti sulle culture di frontiera a Bisanzio'; Gilbert Dagron, 'Byzance et la frontiere. Ideologie et realite'; Jacques Schamp, 'L'ordalie du chas de l'aiguille. Sur les limites eschatologiques a Byzance'; Dimitrios Krallis, 'The army that crossed two frontiers and established a third. The uses of the frontier in an eleventh-century author (and some implications on modern scholarship)'; Vasco La Salvia, 'Aspetti dell'economia dell'Italia alto medievale. Artigianato e commercio fra Longobardi e Bizantini'; Jukka Korpela, Beyond the borders in the European North-East'; VI. Manuscript and archival studies Softcover Buch

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