By Neslihan Asutay-Effenberger
By Michele Salzman,Marianne Sághy,Rita Lizzi Testa
By Tobias Fey
Die SuS erstellen in gruppenteiliger Arbeit einen kurzen Vortrag und präsentieren das Ergebnis im Plenum. Die Ergebnisse werden mit Hilfe einer Wandzeitung gesichert.
By Thomas Kauf
Grundlegend für diese Arbeit ist die den Themenkomplex nach wie vor am umfassendsten behandelnde, von 1979 stammende Publikation von Wilfried Stroh. Darüber hinaus dienen die elementaren Ovid-Monografien von Harzer, Albrecht und Holzberg als foundation. assorted weitere Zeitschriftenartikel und Monografien fließen ergänzend ein. Als Übersetzung zur Ars Amatoria wurde auf die metrische Bearbeitung von Holzberg zurückgegriffen.
By Guy de La BÉDOYÈRE,Catherine SALLES
Poussez les portes de Rome !
Écrit par un historien, archéologue, spécialiste de l'histoire romaine et bien connu dans le monde des médias anglo-saxon, man de los angeles Bédoyère, et adapté par Catherine Salles, ce livre est une ambitious porte ouverte sur le monde romain qui proceed de fasciner petits et grands !
Sur le même modèle que La Grèce vintage pour les Nuls, il offre un huge landscape de l'histoire et de l. a. tradition de los angeles civilisation romaine : société, système juridique, vie quotidienne, croyances et religions, économie et histoire, ce livre complet fera vivre aux lecteurs les riches heures de Rome, depuis les premières heures de gloire jusqu'à los angeles chute.
By Carolyn Gammon,Israel Unger
before everything of the Nazi interval, 25,000 Jewish humans lived in Tarnow, Poland. via the tip of the second one global conflict, 9 remained. Like Anne Frank, Israel Unger and his relatives concealed for 2 years in an attic move slowly area. opposed to all odds, they emerged alive. Now, after a long time of silence, this is Israel’s “unwritten diary.”
9 humans lived at the back of that fake wall above the Dagnan manufacturing unit in Tarnow. Their range was once the chimney that went up throughout the attic; their home windows have been cracks within the wall. Survival trusted the foodstuff the adults leaving the hideout at evening have been capable of forage. Even on the finish of the warfare, besides the fact that, Jewish humans rising from hiding have been nonetheless now not secure. After the notorious postwar Kielce pogrom, Israel’s mom and dad despatched him and his brother as “orphans” to France in a application known as Rescue childrens, a Europe-wide try to locate Jewish young ones orphaned through the Holocaust. while the kin used to be ultimately reunited, they lived a precarious lifestyles among France—as humans sans pays—and England till the immigration papers for Canada got here via in 1951.
In Montreal, on the planet defined so good through Mordecai Richler, Israel’s father, a co-owner of a manufacturing facility in Poland, used to be decreased to sweeping manufacturing unit flooring. on the neighborhood yeshiva (Jewish excessive school), Israel chanced on chemistry, and some brief years later he left poverty in the back of. He had a stellar educational occupation, married, and raised a kin in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The Unwritten Diary of Israel Unger is as a lot a Holocaust tale because it is a narrative of a tender immigrant making each attainable use of the possibilities Canada needed to provide.
By Peter Spring
By Jona Lendering
By Esther Eidinow
In those files we listen voices which are not often, if ever, heard in literary texts and heritage books. The questions and curses in those pills contain fervent, occasionally ferocious appeals to the gods. The tales they inform provide tantalizing glimpses of way of life, wearing the reader throughout the teeming old urban -- either its actual environment and its social dynamics. between those drugs we discover prostitutes and publicans, medical professionals and squaddies, netmakers and silver-workers, actors and seamstresses. worried litigants ask the gods to silence their rivals. males inquire concerning the paternity in their childrens. girls beg the gods to aid them hold their males. enterprise competitors attempt to nook the industry. Slaves plead to flee their masters.
This fabric takes us past the headlines of old historical past, providing new insights into associations, actions, and relationships. principally, separately and jointly, those texts aid us to appreciate the various ways that historic Greek women and men understood the area. In flip, the ideals and actions of an old tradition may possibly make clear glossy attitudes to risk.
By Robin Osborne
Greece within the Making 1200–479 BC is an available and entire account of Greek background from the top of the Bronze Age to the Classical interval. the 1st variation of this booklet broke new floor by way of acknowledging that, barring a small variety of archaic poems and inscriptions, the vast majority of our literary proof for archaic Greece pronounced basically what later writers desired to inform, and so was once topic to systematic choice and distortion. This booklet deals a story which recognizes the later traditions, as traditions, yet insists that we needs to basically confront the modern proof, which is in huge half archaeological and artwork historic, and needs to make feel of it in its personal phrases.
In this moment variation, in addition to updating the textual content to take account of modern scholarship and re-ordering, Robin Osborne has addressed extra explicitly the weaknesses and unsustainable interpretations which the 1st version selected only to omit. He now spells out why this publication positive aspects no ‘rise of the polis’ and no ‘colonization’, and why the remedy of Greek cost in another country is unavoidably unfold over a number of chapters. scholars and academics alike will relatively enjoy the improved dialogue of monetary background and the extra systematic remedy of problems with gender and sexuality.