A World Full Of Emotions

Author: Angelos Chaniotis
Publisher: Onassis Foundation
ISBN: 9780981966656
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Emotions penetrate every aspect of our lives. Interwoven with memory, attention, cognition, and decision making, they determine our interpersonal relations, our private life, the public sphere, and religious worship.

A Dictionary Of The Ancient Greek World

Author: David Sacks
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195112061
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A tendency to exclude groups on grounds of inferior birth was a deeply ingrained
aspect of Spartan mentality: as early as 700 B.C. (probably before Lycurgus'
reforms) a rejected group called "the sons of virgins" sailed off to found Sparta's
only major colony, TARAS, in southern ITALY. Sparta's extreme social conditions
created an unusual life for women, as well. Sparta was unique among ancient
Greek cities in the freedom it granted to its female citizens — this was partly due
to ...

The Library Journal Book Review

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Publisher:
ISBN: 9780835213448
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ISBN 0-14- 022081-X. pap. $4.95. LIT K. J. Dover ranks among the world's
greatest living Hellenists (as does M. L. West, Dover's principal collaborator);
R. M. Ogilvie is an equally eminent Latinist. ... Of the two works, Dover's is the
more ambitious, outlining the history of Greek literature from its beginnings (700
B.C.) to the last sparks of pagan creativity (500 A.D.). Ogilvie devotes a greater
number of pages to a markedly smaller time span (200 B.C-200 A.D.). Although
the wide scope of ...

Human Motivation And Emotion

Author: Ross Buck
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
ISBN:
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For example, McClelland measured economic development in ancient Greece by
the size of the area that had trade with Greece, and the need to achieve by
content analyses of ancient Greek literature. The results are shown in Figure 8.3.
... In this study, economic development was measured by the amount of shipping
cleared to the New World from Spanish ports. Rises and declines in achievement
... 1. < = 2 n Achievement level 1 - 800 B.C. 700 600 500 400 300 200 4.0 35 30 J
.1 ...

Encyclopedia Of The Ancient Greek World

Author: David Sacks
Publisher: Constable & Company Limited
ISBN:
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A tendency to exclude groups on grounds of inferior birth was a deeply ingrained
aspect of Spartan mentality: as early as 700 B.c. (probably before Lycurgus'
reforms) a rejected group called "the sons of virgins" sailed off to found Sparta's
only major colony, taras, in southern italy. Sparta's extreme social conditions
created an unusual life for women, as well. Sparta was unique among ancient
Greek cities in the freedom it granted to its female citizens — this was partly due
to reliance on ...

Postpartum Depression Demystified

Author: Joyce A. Venis
Publisher: Da Capo Press
ISBN: 9781569242667
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I thought the world had gone mad. whenever I heard sirens, I thought they were
coming to get me. I was sure I only ... postpartum mood disorders, especially
postpartum psychosis, have been recognized since ancient times. ln 700 BC,
Hippocrates described in great detail the emotional problems associated with
childbearing that women experienced. The writings of the Greek physician Galen
(129-200 AD) and others also mention postpartum emotional problems. But
research and ...

The World Book Encyclopedia

Author: World Book, Inc
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... composed by the ancient Greek poet Homer, probably in the 700s B.C The
Iliad describes certain events in the final year of the Trojan War, which was fought
between Greece and the city of Troy. According to legend, the Trojan War lasted
10 years, until Greece defeated Troy. Many scholars believe the legend is based
on a real war of the mid-1 200s B.C For information on the historical background
and authorship of the Iliad, see Homer Trojan War. According to the Iliad, the
Trojan ...

Video Sourcebook

Author: Thomson Gale
Publisher: Gale Cengage
ISBN: 9781414400990
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"Irony (The Abyss of Speech)" (1985, 29 minutes) combines fantasy and reality in
a struggle for emotional clarity. .... The World: A Television History: Europe: State
and Power-1 453-1 700 ? ... The World in Conflict 26. The Modern World. The
World: A Television History: The Age of Iron: 2,000 BC-AD 200 ???? Part of a
series that chronicles the history of humanity examining daily life, cultural
advances, scientific achievements, political powers, art, religion and many other
points of ...

The World Wide Illustrated Encyclopedia

Author: Charles Ralph Taylor
Publisher:
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Other evidences of pre-Homer- ic poems are the names of Orpheus, Linus, Musa
?us, and Thamyris, figures half or wholly mythical, whom the ancient Greeks
believed to be the earliest poets of their nation. But the ... the first poem of which
love is the main subject, takes the lead ; he flourished between 250 and 200 b.c.
Finally, the lamp of epic poetry flickered out in the persons of Quintus Smyrnaeus,
400 a.d. ; Musaeus, who wrote on Hero and Leander; and Nonnus, a Christian
writer.