Sci-Hub: removing barriers in the way of science. Science Huβ Publishing – Leading the Information Highway. IMI. Secretaría de Estado de Administraciones Públicas. Αρχαία Γνωμικά 2. Γνωμικά και αποφθέγματα : Μένανδρος απο το cognosco.gr. Καλώς ήρθατε στην ιστοσελίδα του Cognosco.gr , μία ιστοσελίδα αφιερωμένη στα Γνωμικά και Αποφθέγματα.
Μία ιστοσελίδα που εκφράζει τις πρακτικές αλήθειες που επιβεβαιώνονται απο την πραγματική ζωή μας.Σκοπός της ιστοσελίδας αυτής είναι να γνωρίσει ο κόσμος την σοφία της πολιτιστικής κληρονομιάς του κόσμου μας και κυρίως της Ελληνικής που αποτελεί πάντα επίκαιρη. Περιήγηση : Ίσως ο καλύτερος τρόπος για να ξεκινήσετε την περιήγηση σας στην ιστοσελίδα είναι απο το Ευρετήριο της ιστοσελίδας μας οπου μπορείτε να δείτε το πλήρες αρχείο του Cognosco και να κάνετε την περιήγηση σας για τα γνωμικά που περιλαμβάνονται. ένα μικρό δείγμα των γνωμικών μας μπορείτε να βρείτε και δώ με τα ποιό γνωστά γνωμικά και αποφθέγματα : Μπορείτε επίσης να επισκεφτείτε το Ευρετήριο Ονομάτων και να βρείτε Ονόματα Συγγραφέων με βάση την κατηγορία τους.
Menander - Fragmenta. SORGLL Home. This Day In Ancient History - Index. 'This Day in Ancient History' lists events, festivals, births, deaths, coronations, and more for ancient history.
Some dates contain anniversaries for modern (19-21st century) writers who have contributed to the fields of Classics and Ancient History. Most events are Roman because their calendar corresponds most closely to our own. Dates from the Greek and Egyptian calendars are only approximate. Dates continue to be debated. January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December The Dates: The I Tatti Renaissance Library. “The most ambitious and innovative writings of the Italian Renaissance, in prose and verse, in fields that range from comedy to metaphysics and beyond—works that for centuries only scholars have been able to read—have suddenly become accessible to readers who know only English… The I Tatti series is already beginning to transform the study and teaching of Renaissance culture.”
—Anthony Grafton The I Tatti Renaissance Library is the only series that makes available to a broad readership the major literary, historical, philosophical, and scientific works of the Italian Renaissance written in Latin. Each volume provides a reliable Latin text together with an accurate, readable English translation on facing pages, accompanied by an editor’s introduction, notes on the text, brief bibliography, and index. Below is a list of in-print works in this collection, presented in series order or publication order as applicable.
An Armenian Sketchbook - Asymptote. When I first went out for a walk around the mountain village of Tsakhkadzor, I was a foreigner.
Passersby stared at me. Women by the water pump, old men sitting under a stone wall and clicking their worry beads, chauffeurs (our twentieth-century cavaliers) laughing and shouting outside the restaurant—everyone fell silent as I, dragging my feet and embarrassed at being the focus of so much attention, made my way between the little one-story stone houses. I went by; everyone exchanged knowing looks. I saw curtains twitching in the windows: a new Russian visitor had appeared in the village. After this, I was thoroughly studied and analyzed. Then the old woman brought out a little bench. And when the translator left, his eyes red from the smoke, the dog, instead of barking as it had done on his arrival, gently wagged its tail—evidently the translator too now gave off some familiar bitter smell.
The ewe had bright eyes, rather like glass grapes. Rossetti Archive. MLibrary Digital Collections. Penn Museum - University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology. Tufts University. ARTstor. Far Left Robert Henri La Reina Mora, 1906 Colby College Museum of Art Top Center Winslow Homer Girl Reading, 1879 Colby College Museum of Art Bottom Center Winslow Homer Girl in a Hammock, 1873 Colby College Museum of Art Far Right Edward Hopper House with a Big Pine, 1935 Colby College Museum of Art Featuring: Colby College Museum of Art Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver Killing Time, 5/25/1991 This image was provided by the Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.
X-Cheerleaders Wanted X-Cheerleaders, 11/25/1994 This image was provided by the Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. Guy de Cointet Two Drawings, 5/9/1978 This image was provided by the Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. Lorraine O'Grady Fly By Night, 2/10/1983 This image was provided by the Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. Featuring: Ephemeral Art from Franklin Furnace Yoruba peoples Ibeji with beaded gown Fowler Museum (University of California, Los Angeles) Ewe peoples Venovi Figures Fowler Museum (University of California, Los Angeles) Jacob A.
Flickr. Wikipedia. Ancient Greek is the form of Greek used during the periods of time spanning c. the 9th – 6th century BC (known as Archaic), c. the 5th – 4th century BC (Classical), and c. the 3rd century BC – 6th century AD (Hellenistic) in ancient Greece and the ancient world.
It was predated in the 2nd millennium BC by Mycenaean Greek. The language of the Hellenistic phase is known as Koine (common) or Biblical Greek, while the language from the late period onward features no considerable differences from Medieval Greek. Koine is regarded as a separate historical stage of its own, although in its earlier form, it closely resembled the Classical. Prior to the Koine period, Greek of the classic and earlier periods included several regional dialects. Ancient Greek was the language of Homer and of classical Athenian historians, playwrights, and philosophers. Dialects