9 edition of Sport in Greece and Rome found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] H. A. Harris.|
|Series||Aspects of Greek and Roman life|
|LC Classifications||GV573 .H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||77039824|
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Hard Cover. Condition: Worn. No Jacket. New Edition, Revised. The myths of Greece and Rome by H.A. Guerber, author of "Myths of the Norseman", "Myths and legends of the middle ages" etc. Revised by Dorothy Margaret Stuart. With forty-nine reproductions from famous pictures and statues. Heavy book, extra postage may apply. Size: 5 3/4" x ". Assignment #1 Sports and Society in Ancient Greece and Rome 1 Oct In the reading, Athletic Competitions in the Age of Heroes, a wealth of differences can be seen between the way sports are practiced in the Iliad and the way they were practiced during the .
Sport in Greece and Rome. HARRIS. Aspects of Greek and Roman Life series. Ithaca. NY: Cornell University Press, pp., figures, plates, notes, sources of il- lustrations, museum locations, note on books, indexes. $ (cloth). Reviewed by JOYCE F.
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Sport In Greece And Rome book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Contents: Greek athletics --Greek athletics in the Roman world --Ball games --Swimming and rowing --Hoop-bowling --Weight-lifting racing: early days --The Greek Hippodrome --Later Greek racing --The Roman circus --The organization of.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 23 cm: Contents: Athletics: Greek athletics ; Greek athletics in the Roman world --Ball games and fringe activities: Ball games ; Swimming and rowing ; Hoop-bowling ; Weight-lifting --Chariot-racing: Greek racing: early days ; The Greek hippodrome ; Later Greek racing ; The.
The volume is divided in three main parts: Egypt, Greece, and Etruria and Rome (the authors acknowledge a gap in the lack of a chapter on Mesopotamia/Near Eastern sport, a field still in an embryonic stage). These major chapters are then subdivided into several sections according to chronological or thematic criteria.
Although much of ancient Roman life revolved around negotium (work and business), there was also time available for otium (leisure). Sport in Greece and Rome book Ranging from swimming to playing board games to attending theatre performances, athletics and forms of entertainment enjoyed by Romans in ancient times were not much different from those that exist today.
One of the most Author: Steven Fife. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Sport in Greece and Rome, (Aspects of Greek and Roma () by Harris, Harold Arthur. “This volume of forty-three essays is a superb introduction to the study of sport and spectacle in Greece and RomeThis companion will be a great addition to anyone’s library, whether they are scholars of sport and spectacle or general readers interested in life in ancient Greece and Rome.”Phoenix.
In Ancient Greek and Romans sports, athletes contested very hard and it was a public display that was a trait of the religious and social life of ancient Greece and Rome (Osborne 15). Ancient athletes trained and participated for physical exercise, competition, and to honor their gods.
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Ancient Greece. Ancient Rome. These words conjure up powerful images: the Olympic Games and the siege of Troy for the former; emperors, legions and gladiator fights for the latter.
This chapter reviews the current state of scholarship about the role and nature of sport in the educational structure and thought of the Greek and Roman worlds. It begins by describing the evidence for a very close relationship between sporting activities and traditional Greek education, and then considers the political and historical origins Author: Sarah C.
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The first book to tell the Greek story through the interconnecting lives of the men and women who shaped its politics and literature, its science and philosophy, its art and sport The political leaders, writers, artists, and philosophers of ancient.
A Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity presents a series of essays that apply a socio-historical perspective to myriad aspects of ancient sport and spectacle.
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Golden, M., Sport and Society in Ancient Greece (). Golden, M., Sport and Society in the Ancient World: From A to Z (NY Routledge ).
Hard, Robin, Olympic Games and other Greek Athletic Festivals (NY Routledge ). Harris, H. A., Greek Athletes and Athletics ((London: Thames & Hudson ). Harris, H. A., Sport in Greece and Rome. Cartledge's programme in his fascinating book is to press home the point that ancient Greece was not an easily definable landmass and scatter of Aegean islands, but a people spread from Spain and Author: Charlotte Higgins.Description: Published with the wider audience in mind, Greece & Rome features informative and lucid articles on ancient history, art, archaeology, religion, philosophy, and the classical tradition.
Although its content is of interest to professional scholars, undergraduates and general readers who wish to be kept informed of what scholars are currently thinking will find it engaging and.Aimed at readers of all levels--from student to classics buff to serious scholars--this sourcebook looks at sport and recreation in ancient Greece through translated accounts of ancient Greek and Latin authors.
It examines such diversions as the ancient Olympic Games, athletic clothing, women in sports, dining, dancing, and fishing. Sport and Recreation in Ancient Greece offers a .