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Lidia Storoni Mazzolani
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978-0151287802
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0151287805
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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich; 1st edition (1976)
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Ancient Civilizations
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Mazzolani, L. S. Empire without End (New York, 1972). Little has been written in English on Nestorian Christianity in Tang China

Mazzolani, L. Lidia Mazzolani focuses on the ide- ology of empire. Ogilvie, R. M. The Romans and Their Gods in the Age of Augustus (New York, 1969). Little has been written in English on Nestorian Christianity in Tang China. This book provides a good overview of early Nestorian Christianity in Persia (see chapters 10- 12), and Chapter 15 provides a very good survey of Nestorianism in China from about 635 to around 980 and its first disappearance. Judaism in China: Goldstein, J. The Jews of China (Armonk, .

Study of ancient Rome. View of pro football with the Jets. The Inland Trade, by T. Wilan (Rowman & Littlefield, Totowa, . Study of internal trade in England during 16th and 17th centuries.

Empire without end have I given them,"" declared Jupiter, setting the stage for a historical problem that has perplexed mankind ever since-how and why did ancient Rome decline? To this end Mazzolani examines the writings of three.

Empire without end have I given them,"" declared Jupiter, setting the stage for a historical problem that has perplexed mankind ever since-how and why did ancient Rome decline? To this end Mazzolani examines the writings of three eminent Roman historians, Sallust, Livy, and Tacitus, whose lives spanned the last century of the Roman Republic and the first of the Empire.

Lidia Storoni Mazzolani has written: 'Tiberio, o, La spirale del potere' - subject(s): History, Biography, Emperors. Il Ragionamento del principe di Biscari a madama N. N' - subject(s): Social life and customs, Games, Children, Toys. Sant'Agostino e i pagani' - subject(s): Paganism, History. Una moglie' - subject(s): Social life and customs, Women. L' impero senza fine' - subject(s): Latin historians.

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Storoni Mazzolani, Lidia. Le sacre sponde : storie e miti del mondo greco. Storoni Mazzolani, Lidia. Le sacre sponde : storie e miti del mondo greco, Lidia Storoni Mazzolani Bompiani Milano 1984. Australian/Harvard Citation. Iscrizioni funerarie, sortilegi e pronostici di Roma antica. A cura di Lidia Storoni Mazzolani.

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by Lidia Storoni Mazzolani. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780151287802.

Lidia Storoni Mazzolani ha il dono di far diventare un problema filologico racconto borgesiano. Come Borges sa giocare col tempo, stabilire ardue rispondenze, creare sottili rapporti tra il passato e il presente, tra la nostra condizione e quella degli antichi. Al rigore dello studio, alla precisa e minuziosa ricostruzione di un testo (e di un'epoca), unisce la qualità che pochi storici e fiologi possiedono: la qualità dello scrittore, la capacità visionaria e fantastica di vivere col personaggio, coi personaggi.

  • Ouch.

    Difficult to determine whether this is a result of so-so scholarship or a so-so translation, but there are curious/misleading/erroneous items in sufficient number to confuse readers who do not specialize in this area. Likewise, after 70 pages and having encoutered more indefinite pronouns and tortured phrasing than are pleasing, I was ready to test the aerodynamic properties of the book rather than continue reading it. In fairness, though, I think there are some interesting, salient observations concerning the work of the major Roman historians covered, but they are often hidden amidst material that should have been more carefully edited and/or translated.

  • Read this before Livy, Sallust, Tacitus. Read it after. There is a nice foreword by Mario Pei. There are parallels between Rome and today. Rome is an exotic place. There is some beautiful language in this book. It's not easy reading