Paths from Ancient Greece
This book is suited to undergraduate courses, particularly those examining the comparative history of ideas, the history of humanism, and the elements of cultural tradition in any of the cultures examined. It will also be of interest to general readers, especially those with an interest in Classical Greece, specialists in one area discussed in the book and college students in the humanities.
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Hellenism in Islam
Classical Greece and the Italian Renaissance
The Force of Classical Greece in the Formation of the Romantic
Ancient Greece and Early America
The Modern Discovery of Ancient Greece
From Classical Greece to the Present
Notes on the Contributors
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
Adams American ancient Greece Arabic archaeological architecture Aristotle artists Athenian Athens authors beauty Bronze Age Byzantine Christian Cicero civilization classical antiquity classical Greek Classical period classical tradition colonial concept contemporary Dark Age early eighteenth century empire English example excavation Ficino fifteenth century fifth century Florence fourth century B.C. gods Goethe Greek culture Greek legacy Greek literature Greek tradition hellenism hellenistic heritage Herodotus historians Homer human humanists Ibid important influence intellectual Islam Italian Italy knowledge language later Latin learning Leonardo Bruni letters literary medieval Mediterranean models modern Muslim nature Nietzsche Oration original pagan past Plato Pliny Pliny the Younger Plutarch poems poet poetry polis political Polybius practice religion remains Renaissance Republic republican Rome Schlegel scholars schools scientific society style survived texts theology thought Thucydides translation values Vitruvius western Wilhelm von Humboldt Winckelmann writing York