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Classical Antiquity (5 Books)


Classical antiquity (also the classical era or classical period) category refers to works related to a broad term for a long period of cultural history centered on the Mediterranean Sea, comprising the interlocking civilizations of ancient Greece and ancient Rome, collectively known as the Greco-Roman world. It is the period in which Greek and Roman society flourished and wielded great influence throughout Europe.

 
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Le Antiche Lapidi Romane Della Provincia del Polesine Illustrate d...

By: Vincenzo de Vit

The Ancient Stone the Roman Province of Polesine.

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The Rosetta Stone, In Hieroglyphics and Greek : With Translations,...

By: Samuel Sharpe

The Rosetta Stone, in Hieroglyphics and Greek; with Translations, and an explanation of the hieroglyphical character; and followed by an appendix of kings names.

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The Myth of Ulysses and Secondary Beauty

By: Antonio Mercurio

This book was developed from a paper I wrote for Russian and Baltic country psychologists. They had come to Italy to the Institute in Ascoli Piceno, which is a member of the Sophia University of Rome, to participate in a seminar on Sophia- Art and Cosmo-Art. The same paper was expanded and presented at the Second Ulyssiads of the Sophia University of Rome, organized by the Institute in Tempio Pausania and held in Alghero, Sardinia, in the summer of 2005. This book is a...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

“The Odyssey is not an adventure story. It is, rather, a book of wisdom that explains the art of humanity’s journey toward becoming artists of life and of the life of the universe. It tells the tale of a love story that is based on love as a decision and as a project. It is not a tale of love based on falling in love or, worse, on love as passion, which is so greatly celebrated in literature and in the public opinion, but which has never brought happiness to anyone and h...

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The Ulysseans

By: Antonio Mercurio

This book is perhaps the one that is most difficult to understand with just one reading, because it contains a concentration of all of A. Mercurio’s innovative thought. It is difficult to make a short synthesis of this book, so here we will simply mention some of the papers presented by the Author that the book contains. The book opens with an “Invitation” and then proceeds with “The Myth of Sophia-Analysis: life as a work of art”, “Choral Group Research on life as a wor...

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