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📒The British Study Edition Of The Urantia Papers Book Ereader Pdf ✍ Edited by Tigran Aivazian
✏The British Study Edition of the Urantia Papers Book eReader PDF Book Summary : The British Study Edition of the Urantia Papers is based on the standard SRT text, but uses the metric system and adds a critical apparatus of textual variants and study notes.
📒More Than Conquerors Teacher S Manual Pdf ✍ Dr. Brian J. Bailey
✏More Than Conquerors Teacher s Manual PDF Book Summary : For those who long to be more than a conqueror, there is contained within the pages of this thought-provoking study a precious hope and assurance of what God is able to do in the lives of those who yield to Him. Dr. Bailey’s commentary on the book of Romans will enable readers to discover the richness of this masterpiece of Biblical literature and deposit within our hearts a hope and assurance that this same gospel of Christ can be established within our lives in order to achieve the ultimate goal - Christ in us, the hope of glory.
📒The Roman Villa ✍ Alfred Frazer
✏The Roman Villa Book Summary : The J. Paul Getty Trust presents an architectural drawing of a Roman villa as it appeared during the time of the Roman Emperor Trajan (53-117), who ruled from 98-117. The J. Paul Getty Trust provides the drawing as part of ArtsEdNet.
📒Roman Art ✍ Paul Zanker
✏Roman Art Book Summary : The evolution of Roman imagery is placed in the political and social context of Republican Rome and the Empire in this groundbreaking study.
📒Roman Political Thought ✍ Dean Hammer
✏Roman Political Thought Book Summary : This book is the first comprehensive treatment of Roman political thought, arguing that Romans engaged in wide-ranging reflections on politics.
📒The Christians As The Romans Saw Them ✍ Robert Louis Wilken
✏The Christians as the Romans Saw Them Book Summary : This book offers an engrossing portrayal of the early years of the Christian movement from the perspective of the Romans.
📒Daily Life In Ancient Rome ✍ Don Nardo
✏Daily Life in Ancient Rome Book Summary : This book explores what life was really like for everyday people in Ancient Rome. Using primary sources and information from archeological discoveries, it uncovers some fascinating insights and explodes some myths. Supported by timelines, maps and references to important events and people, children will really feel they are on a time-travelling journey when reading this book.
📒Laughter In Ancient Rome ✍ Mary Beard
✏Laughter in Ancient Rome Book Summary : Draws on a wide range of period writings, from essays on rhetoric to a surviving joke book, to explore the culture of humor in ancient Rome, offering insight into what was considered funny at the time and how everyday Romans expressed their humor. By the author of The Fires of Vesuvius.
📒A Cabinet Of Roman Curiosities ✍ J. C. McKeown
✏A Cabinet of Roman Curiosities Book Summary : Here is a whimsical and captivating collection of odd facts, strange beliefs, outlandish opinions, and other highly amusing trivia of the ancient Romans. We tend to think of the Romans as a pragmatic people with a ruthlessly efficient army, an exemplary legal system, and a precise and elegant language. A Cabinet of Roman Curiosities shows that the Romans were equally capable of bizarre superstitions, logic-defying customs, and often hilariously derisive views of their fellow Romans and non-Romans. Classicist J. C. McKeown has organized the entries in this entertaining volume around major themes--The Army, Women, Religion and Superstition, Family Life, Medicine, Slaves, Spectacles--allowing for quick browsing or more deliberate consumption. Among the book's many gems are: ? Romans on urban living: The satirist Juvenal lists "fires, falling buildings, and poets reciting in August as hazards to life in Rome." ? On enhanced interrogation: "If we are obliged to take evidence from an arena-fighter or some other such person, his testimony is not to be believed unless given under torture." (Justinian) ? On dreams: Dreaming of eating books "foretells advantage to teachers, lecturers, and anyone who earns his livelihood from books, but for everyone else it means sudden death" ? On food: "When people unwittingly eat human flesh, served by unscrupulous restaurant owners and other such people, the similarity to pork is often noted." (Galen) ? On marriage: In ancient Rome a marriage could be arranged even when the parties were absent, so long as they knew of the arrangement, "or agreed to it subsequently." ? On health care: Pliny caustically described medical bills as a "down payment on death," and Martial quipped that "Diaulus used to be a doctor, now he's a mortician. He does as a mortician what he did as a doctor." For anyone seeking an inglorious glimpse at the underside of the greatest empire in history, A Cabinet of Roman Curiosities offers endless delights.
📒The Monetary Systems Of The Greeks And Romans ✍ W. V. Harris
✏The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans Book Summary : Most people have some idea what Greeks and Romans coins looked like, but few know how complex Greek and Roman monetary systems eventually became. The contributors to this volume are numismatists, ancient historians, and economists intent on investigating how these systems worked and how they both did and did not resemble a modern monetary system. Why did people first start using coins? How did Greeks and Romans make payments, large or small? What does money mean in Greek tragedy? Was the Roman Empire an integrated economic system? This volume can serve as an introduction to such questions, but it also offers the specialist the results of original research.