3 edition of legend of Sparta in classical antiquity. found in the catalog.
legend of Sparta in classical antiquity.
EugГЁne Napoleon Tigerstedt
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Stockholm studies in history of literature,, 9, 15, 21|
|LC Classifications||DF261.S8 T5|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||a 66000352|
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The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity (Stockholm studies in history of literature) (v. 3) Paperback – January 1, by Eugène Napoleon Tigerstedt (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Eugène Napoleon Tigerstedt.
The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity, Volume 1 Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis Stockholm studies in history of literature ; 9, 15 Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis: Stockholm studies in history of literature The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity, The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity: Author: Eugène Napoléon Tigerstedt.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity by Eugène Napoleon Tigerstedt; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Classical literature, History, In literature, History and criticism; Places: Sparta (Extinct city).
The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity. Format Book Published Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell,  Description 3 v. 25 cm. Uniform series Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis. Stockholm studies in history of literature 9, 15, 21 Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Subject headings. Get this from a library. The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity. [E N Tigerstedt]. The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity by Eugène Napoleon Tigerstedt 2 Want to read Published by Almqvist & Wiksell in Stockholm.
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Tigerstedt, E.The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity Almqvist & Wiksell Stockholm Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further. The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity: Vol. Tigerstedt, Eugène Napoleon.
Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities. (English) Book (Other academic) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International,p. Series Stockholm studies in history of literature, ISSN ; The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity, Volume 1 Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis Stockholm studies in history of literature ; 9, 15 Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis: Stockholm studies in history of literature The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity, The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity: Autore: Eugène Napoléon Tigerstedt.
The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity 3 vols. (Stockholm-Göteborg-Uppsala, ). Texier, J. G., "Un aspect de l' évolution de Sparte à l' époque hellénistique.
La modification de l' armée lacédémonienne et ses implications," AFLD 6 () Sparta Ancient Greece was a prominent city-state in ancient Greece. In antiquity, the city-state was known as Lacedaemon (Λακεδαίμων, Lakedaímōn), while the name Sparta referred to its main settlement on the banks of the Eurotas River in Laconia, in south-eastern BC, it rose to become the dominant military land-power in ancient Greece.
Get this from a library. The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity. [Eugéne N Tigerstedt]. Tigerstedt E.N. Tigerstedt, The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity (Stockholm, ). The earlier literature is thoroughly summarised and is also evaluated by Obst and by Hignett I 1 and The Teubner text of D.
is here preferred to the Loeb text, e.g. at 1. Eugène Napoleon Tigerstedt followed suit with another massive study—The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity—which also appeared in two volumes in and ; and, although he corrected Ollier’s exaggerations, he concluded on a similar note.
In the intervening years, a host of studies have appeared, calling into question whether we should credit the ancient testimony. The Partheneion, or “maiden song,” composed in the seventh century BCE by the SpartanpoetAlcman, is the earliest substantial example of a choral lyric.
A provocative reinterpretation of the Partheneion and its broader context, Alcman and the Cosmos of Sparta excavates the poem’s invocations of widespread and long-lived cosmological ideas that cast the universe as perfectly harmonious and.
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24ff., 82, and n. For the purposes of this paper it makes little difference whether they were actually collected by Plutarch himself from primary sources, or whether he only excerpted them from an earlier and larger collection of Laconica. Tigerstedt's three-volume, The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity was also an important contribution.
A review by Ephraim David of a book on Sparta began with the overview 'The perception of Sparta throughout history has been the subject of Born: Eugène Napoleon Tigerstedt, 28 April.
The legend of Sparta in classical antiquity (Stockholm studies in history of literature) (v. 3) Jan 1, by Eugène Napoleon Tigerstedt.The Legend of Sparta in Classical Antiquity, 3 vols.
(Stockholm etc., – ), i. f. For Aristotle's treatment of Sparta in general see ibid. pp. –; de Laix, R. A., ‘ Aristotle's conception of the Spartan constitution ’, Journal Hist. Philosophy 12 (), 21 – Cited by: Spartan society: interpreting the evidence / Brian Brennan Ancient History Seminars [Sydney, N.S.W] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for .Laconophilia (also known as Laconism) is love or admiration of Sparta and of the Spartan culture or constitution.
The term derives from Laconia, the part of the Peloponnesus where the Spartans lived.