The Corrupting Sea

Author : Peregrine Horden
ISBN : 0631218904
Genre : History
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The Corrupting Sea is a history of the relationship between people and their environments in the Mediterranean region over some 3,000 years. It offers a novel analysis of this relationship in terms of microecologies and the often extensive networks to which they belong.
Category: History

Das Mittelmeer

Author : David Abulafia
ISBN : 9783104028118
Genre : History
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Das aufsehenerregende Standardwerk in opulenter Ausstattung – reich bebildert im Großformat. Die Geschichte eines einzigartigen Kulturraums neu erzählt. Über 3000 Jahre war das Mittelmeer eines der großen Zentren der Zivilisation. Seine gesamte Geschichte wird hier von dem großen Historiker David Abulafia brillant erzählt, von der Errichtung der ersten geheimnisvollen Tempel auf Malta 3500 v. Chr. bis zu den heutigen Zielen des Massentourismus. Farbig lässt er die Geschichte der großen Hafenstädte – Alexandria, Saloniki, Triest – wiederauferstehen, berichtet von deren Einwohnern, dem Warenaustausch und den Handelswegen, die das große Meer durchzogen. Eine unglaubliche Vielfalt an Religionen, Bevölkerungen, Sprachen und Kulturen verbindet er so zu einer der ganz großen Geschichtserzählungen.
Category: History

Mittelmeerbilder

Author : Theobald Fischer
ISBN : 9783864444838
Genre :
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Fischer beschreibt in diesem Buch Abhandlungen zur Kunde der Mittelmeerl nder. Nachdruck des Originals von 1908.
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Across The Corrupting Sea

Author : Cavan Concannon
ISBN : 9781317185796
Genre : History
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Across the Corrupting Sea: Post-Braudelian Approaches to the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean reframes current discussions of the Mediterranean world by rereading the past with new methodological approaches. The work asks readers to consider how future studies might write histories of the Mediterranean, moving from the larger pan-Mediterranean approaches of The Corrupting Sea towards locally-oriented case studies. Spanning from the Archaic period to the early Middle Ages, contributors engage the pioneering studies of the Mediterranean by Fernand Braudel through the use of critical theory, GIS network analysis, and postcolonial cultural inquiries. Scholars from several time periods and disciplines rethink the Mediterranean as a geographic and cultural space shaped by human connectivity and follow the flow of ideas, ships, trade goods and pilgrims along the roads and seascapes that connected the Mediterranean across time and space. The volume thus interrogates key concepts like cabotage, seascapes, deep time, social networks, and connectivity in the light of contemporary archaeological and theoretical advances in order to create new ways of writing more diverse histories of the ancient world that bring together local contexts, literary materials, and archaeological analysis.
Category: History

Southern Europe

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ISBN : 9783593433035
Genre : Political Science
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Gegenwärtig erlebt der Süden Europas in der öffentlichen Debatte eine neue Konjunktur. Mit Vorliebe wird dabei ein europäischer Nord-Süd-Gegensatz heraufbeschworen, ohne jedoch auf seine lange Geschichte zu blicken. Wirtschaftlich und politisch unterentwickelt, unterschieden sich Italien, Spanien, Portugal und Griechenland nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg von den sogenannten westeuropäischen Gesellschaften. Zu Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts schien diese Ungleichheit überwunden. Nun droht die Schuldenkrise den Kontinent erneut zu spalten. Die Beiträge hinterfragen gängige Annahmen und Bilder von "Südeuropa " und ergründen, inwiefern der "Süden" einen homogenen Raum mit strukturellen Gemeinsamkeiten darstellt.
Category: Political Science

The Western Mediterranean And The World

Author : Teofilo F. Ruiz
ISBN : 9781405188166
Genre : History
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From the Straits of Gibraltar to Sicily, the European northern Mediterranean nations to the shores of North Africa, the western Mediterranean is a unique cultural and sociopolitical entity which has had a singular role in shaping today’s global society. The Western Mediterranean and the World is the fascinating story of the rise of that peculiar world and of its evolution from the end of the Western Roman Empire to the present. Uniquely, rather than present the history of the region as a strict chronological progression, the author takes a thematic approach, telling his story through a series of vignettes, case studies, and original accounts so as to provide a more immediate sense of what life in and around the Mediterranean was like from the end of the Roman Empire in the West to the present immigration crisis now unfolding in Mediterranean waters. Emphasizing the development of religion and language and the enduring synergies and struggles between Christian, Jews, and Muslims on both shores of the western sea, Dr. Ruiz connects the region to the larger world and locates the development of Mediterranean societies within a global context. Describes the move from religious and linguistic unity under Roman rule to the fragmented cultural landscape of today Explores the relationship of language, culture, and geography, focusing on the role of language formation and linguistic identity in the emergence of national communities Traces the movements of peoples across regions and their encounters with new geographical, cultural, and political realities Addresses the emergence of various political identities and how they developed into set patterns of political organization Emphasizes the theme of encounters as seen from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish perspectives While it is sure to become a definitive text for university courses on Mediterranean history, The Western Mediterranean and the World will also have great appeal among scholars of the Mediterranean as well as general readers of history.
Category: History

A Companion To Mediterranean History

Author : Peregrine Horden
ISBN : 9781118519332
Genre : History
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A Companion to Mediterranean History presents a wide-ranging overview of this vibrant field of historical research, drawing together scholars from a range of disciplines to discuss the development of the region from Neolithic times to the present. Provides a valuable introduction to current debates on Mediterranean history and helps define the field for a new generation Covers developments in the Mediterranean world from Neolithic times to the modern era Enables fruitful dialogue among a wide range of disciplines, including history, archaeology, art, literature, and anthropology
Category: History

Mediterranean Paradigms And Classical Antiquity

Author : Irad Malkin
ISBN : 9781317999003
Genre : History
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In this book, prominent historians apply Mediterranean paradigms to Classical Mediterranean Antiquty (Greece and Rome), allowing for a new approach to the ancient world and enhancing antiquity's relevance to the understanding of other historical periods as well as our contemporary world. This book was previously published as a special issue of the journal Mediterranean Historical Review.
Category: History

Terra Cognita

Author : Kai Brodersen
ISBN : UOM:39015034524598
Genre : Cartography
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Römerzeit - Einzelfund - Siedlung.
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Commedia Dell Arte And The Mediterranean

Author : Professor Erith Jaffe-Berg
ISBN : 9781472418142
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Drawing on published collections and manuscripts from Mantuan archives, this study locates commedia dell' arte as a performance form reflective of its cultural crucible in the Mediterranean. It provides a broad perspective on commedia dell’ arte as an expression of cultural, gender and language communities in Italy during the early-modern period, and explores the ways in which the art form reflected on power and cultural exchange.
Category: Literary Criticism