5 edition of Mantikê found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Sarah Iles Johnston and Peter T. Struck.|
|Series||Religions in the Graeco-Roman world -- v. 155|
|Contributions||Johnston, Sarah Iles, 1957-., Struck, Peter T.|
|LC Classifications||BF1761 .M36 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||322 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||2005046988|
This book thoroughly revisits divination as a central phenomenon in the lives of ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians. It collects studies from many periods in Graeco-Roman history, from the Archaic period to the late Roman, and touches on many different areas of this rich topic, including treatments of dice oracles, sortition in both pagan and Christian contexts, the overlap between ?lang=fr. Readers of Herodotus’s Histories are familiar with its reports of bizarre portents, riddling oracles, and striking dreams. But Herodotus draws our attention to other types of signs too, beginning with human speech itself as a coded system that can manipulate and be manipulated. Objects, gifts, artifacts, markings, even the human body, are all capable of being invested with meaning in the ?id=ZcjV7JaAzHoC.
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Throughout, the book relates these thinkers to their religious, literary and historical surroundings. It is thus also, and inseparably, a study of poetic inspiration, divination, mystery initiation, metempsychosis and other early Greek attitudes to the relations and interactions between mortal and divine. The engagements of early philosophers 'The book is beautifully produced in CUP’s attractive wide-margin format. The footnotes contain helpfully abundant cross-referencing of chapters This is an excellent and important Companion that brings together, on an unprecedented scale for this material, clear and detailed summaries of the state of play in a notably complex field of
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This book thoroughly revisits divination as a central phenomenon in the lives of ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians. It collects studies from many periods in Graeco-Roman history, from the Archaic period to the late Roman, and touches on many different areas of this rich topic, including treatments of dice oracles, sortition in both pagan and Christian contexts, the overlap between ?lang=en.
This book thoroughly revisits divination as a central phenomenon in the lives of ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians. It collects studies from many periods in Graeco-Roman history, from the Archaic period to the late Roman, and touches on many different areas of this rich topic, including treatments of dice oracles, sortition in both pagan and Christian contexts, the ove She is Mantikê book writing a book on the ""Orphic"" gold tablets with Fritz Graf.
Peter T. Struck, Ph.D. (), University of Chicago, is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. His most recent book is titled Birth of the Symbol: Ancient Readers at the Limits of their Texts › Books › History › World.
Get this from a library. Mantikê: studies in ancient divination. [Sarah Iles Johnston; Peter T Struck;] -- Annotation This book thoroughly revisits divination as a central phenomenon in the lives of ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians.
It collects studies from many periods in Graeco-Roman history, This book is a collection of studies by scholars Greek, Mantikê book, Egyptian, and early Christian religions on the topic of divination.
Its topics range from necromancy to dice rolling, free-lance diviners to Delphi, and includes treatments from the Archaic period to Late :// Buy Mantike: Studies in Ancient Divination (Religions in the Graeco-Roman World) by Johnston, Sarah Iles, Struck, Peter T.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible › History › Ancient History & Civilisation › Rome. Sarah Iles Johnston is Professor of Greek and Latin and Director of the Program in the Study of Religions at The Ohio State University.
She is the author of Hekate Soteira () and Restless Dead () and the editor or co-editor of Medea: Essays on Medea in Myth, Literature, Philosophy and Art (), Religions of the Ancient World: A Guide () and Mantike: Studies in Ancient Divination This book is not just about ancient Greek divination.
It talks about the history of modern scholarship involving researching ancient forms of divination in Greece, historical and cultural context that these practices came out of (why the Greeks practiced divination to begin with), and overviews of the philosophical debates that the ancient Greeks had involving the nature of how divination › Books › History › World.
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-- Band XV This is a book for anyone who is interested in the oracles of the ancient world. Dr Trevor Curnow provides a general introduction into the world of oracles, why people used them and how these oracles functioned.
A helpful list of prominent technical terms and words that require classical expertise can be found at the end of the › Books › History › World. Mantike Mantikes yra prisijungęs prie Facebook Prisijunk prie „Facebook“, kad galėtum bendrauti su Mantike Mantikes ir kitais, kuriuos galbūt pažįsti.
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His paper, a condensed reworking of material from his book (P. Struck, Birth of the Symbol. Ancient Readers at the Limits of their Texts, Princeton, ) argues that there is a noteworthy affiliation between allegorical readings of texts and the reading of :// Finally, in Bosnia, manti are called klepe or mantike.
Klepe look like Turkish mantikes, however mantikes are made of the same stuffing but the cooking is done in the oven. A 15th century Turkish recipe already mentions manti, which are made from lamb meat but also puréed :// book, less informative than mystagogic, and less systematic than symphonic, we have preferred to leave the brief chapters as they are, adding titles for ease of reference only in the table of contents.
Five major sections may be discerned in the book: chapters I-III deal with inspired madness in general, and with Socratic Sarah Iles Johnston is Professor of Greek and Latin and Director of the Program in the Study of Religions at The Ohio State University.
She is the author of Hekate Soteira () and Restless Dead () and the editor or co-editor of Medea: Essays on Medea in Myth, Literature, Philosophy and Art (), Religions of the Ancient World: A Guide () and Mantike: Studies in Ancient Divination ?id=cs_37RJqCzUC. Review a Brill Book; Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives; FAQ; Search.
Close Search. Advanced Search Help HE MANTIKE TECHNE: STATESMAN El AND C in Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek and Roman Political Thought. Authors: Thomas C. Brickhouse and Nicholas D. Smith 1 ?lang=en. This article explores and reconfigures certain epistemological patterns of oracles and divination (mantike in ancient Greek), concepts of relevance in the fields of anthropology and classical studies.
The history of “divination” dates back not only to ancient Greece but also to successive European constructions of alterity. This Western inheritance made “divination” a key concept for. A brilliant and concise account of the lives and ideas of the great philosophers—Plato, Aristotle, Bacon, Spinoza, Voltaire, Kant, Schopenhauer, Spencer, Nietzsche, Bergson, Croce, Russell, Santayana, James, and Dewey—The Story of Philosophy is one of the great books of our write for the non-specialist as well as Will Durant, and this book is a splendid example of his eminently Papyrus was made as far back as the fourth millennium BCE, using the pith of the plant, Cyperus Papyrus.
Due to the plant’s abundance across the Nile Delta, it Prophecy. Prophecy, in a broad sense, is the prediction of future events. The etymology of the word is Greek, from pro- "before" plus the root of phanai "speak", i.