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Sparta in modern thought politics, history and culture by Stephen Hodkinson

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Published by Classical Press of Wales, Distributor in the United States of America The David Brown Book Co. in Swansea, Oakville, CT .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Civilization,
  • Modern Philosophy

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Stephen Hodkinson and Ian Macgregor Morris ; contributors, Paul Christesen ... [et al]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDF261.S8 S74 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvi, 462 p. :
Number of Pages462
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25284534M
ISBN 10190512547X
ISBN 109781905125470
LC Control Number2012379753
OCLC/WorldCa601004058

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  Sparta and Rome in early modern thought: a comparative approach (Kostas Vlassopoulos) Part II. Enlightenment to Post-Revolutionary France 3. Sparta and the French Enlightenment (Haydn Mason) /5(2). Stephen Hodkinson is an internationally-recognised authority on the history of Sparta and her modern reception. Author of numerous influential studies in Greek history, his book Property and Wealth. This is the first book in over 40 years to examine this important subject. Eleven ancient historians and experts in the history of ideas discuss Sparta's changing role in Western thought from medieval Europe to the 21st century, with a special focus on Enlightenment France, Nazi Germany and the USA. Sparta in Modern Thought. edited by Stephen Hodkinson and Ian Macgregor Morris. ISBN ISBN X, pp, , GB£ Images of ancient Sparta have had a major impact on Western thought. From the Renaissance to the French Revolution she was invoked by radical thinkers as a model for the creation of a republican political and social order.

Stephen Hodkinson is an internationally-recognised authority on the history of Sparta and her modern reception. Author of numerous influential studies in Greek history, his book Property and Wealth in Classical Sparta (CPW, ) is the leading work in its : Stephen Hodkinson, Ian Macgregor Morris (Eds). Ancient Sparta in Modern Fiction. Paul Cartledge argues that all historiography can be seen as fictionalised and relishes the fact that novelists breathe new life into ancient worlds. Paul Cartledge | Published in History Today Volume 65 Issue 8 August   Lycurgus (/laɪˈkɜːrɡəs/ ; Greek: Λυκοῦργος, Lykoûrgos, BC) was the legendary lawgiver of Sparta who established the military-oriented reformation of Spartan society in accordance with the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi.   This month I’m pleased to have W. Lindsey Wheeler as a guest blogger. He brings a refreshing perspective through meticulous analysis that contradicts the conventional sophistry that has been taught about Sparta over the last years. He is the author of numerous articles and a book on Sparta. For us he simply compares ancient with modern commentary on Sparta and the Spartan .

Any modern Spartan would take an oath that he/she is at least 90% descentand of the ancient Spartans. Sparta (modern) - Wikipedia, is a town of about inhabitants, built in over the ruins of Ancient Sparta. It was populated with people from the sorounding vilages and the castle-city of Mystras that is situated 6 km in the west. The settlement at ancient Sparta, named Lacedaemonia, continued to exist, although greatly depopulated, until modern times as a town of a few thousand people who lived among the ruins, in the shadow of Mystras. The Palaiologos family (the last Byzantine Greek imperial dynasty Missing: modern thought. Sparta in Modern Thought: Politics, History and Culture is the first book for more than 40 years to examine the significant modern influence of this ancient Greek city-state. Indeed, with the exception of positive portrayals of her role at Thermopylai (on which, see Fotheringham’s discussion in ch. 10),8 the negative mirage has ix _Sparta_Modern_Thought_Prelims:Layout 1 2/12/11 Page x Ian Macgregor Morris and Stephen Hodkinson arguably had a stronger hold over perceptions of Sparta in the last fifty.