TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HELLENISATION»
The term «Hellenisation» is used very little and occupies the 189.295
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HELLENISATION»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Hellenisation
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
,empire and Globalisation : Lessons from ...
Acts of the Panel held during the 3rd Congress of the European Association for the Study of Religion, Bergen, Norway, 8-10 May 2003.
Luther H. Martin, Panayotis Pachis, 2004
Ancient Greeks West and East: Edited by Gocha R. Tsetskhladze
HELLENISATION IN IBERIA?: THE RECEPTION OF GREEK PRODUCTS AND
INFLUENCES BY THE IBERIANS Adolfo J. Dominguez Eran los elegantes de
Sagunto, jovenes ricos que imitaban las modas de la aristocracia de Atenas, ...
Gocha R. Tsetskhladze, 1999
This account of the emergence and transformation of Hellenicity and its
interaction with other cultures over the archaic, classical and Hellenistic periods
coexists with another approach: that of Hellenisation. Scholars have rarely
Kostas Vlassopoulos, 2013
But the gods and goddesses retained their Celtic names and, presumably, their
traditional powers, so to that extent Hellenisation did not affect religious belief.
The same applied to language, which remained Celtic despite the use of Greek
Greek Colonisation: An Account of Greek Colonies and Other ...
CYPRUS: FROM MIGRATION TO HELLENISATION* Maria Iacovou Introduction
Cyprus and the Designation of Greek Colonies The inclusion of Cyprus in this
handbook poses an unexpected problem, insofar as the book is dedicated to the
Gocha R. Tsetskhladze, 2008
Aspects of Roman History AD 14–117
15. PROVINCES. AND. CULTURE. Romanisation. and. Hellenisation. This
chaprer concentrares on the issue of cultural change and no atrempt will be
made to ptovide a comprehensive survey of developmenrs in each ptovince. The
Alexander the Great: Volume 1, Narrative
It has been suggested that it would have been better for Greek civilisation had
Alexander confined his conquests to Asia Minor, which could have been
governed from Europe, and attempted a more intensive hellenisation. In this
The Politics of Immorality in Ancient Rome
HELLENISATION Contact with Greece was seen by Roman moralists as a factor
of particular importance in the changes which characterised Roman culture in the
later republic.77 Rome had always been subject to Greek influences.78 But in ...
The Three Worlds of Paul of Tarsus
The verb hellenizein in classical Greek meant 'to speak (correct) Greek' or 'to
translate into Greek'; from a late usage 'to make (the barbarian) Greek' the verb '
hellenise' and the noun 'hellenisation' have been coined in modern European ...
Richard Wallace, Wynne Williams, 2002
The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: Volume 1, ...
The relative dating of these poets covers a period stretching roughly from 650 to
450 pC. These attestations of song are the reflex of a new wave of pan-
Hellenisation, achieved through an ongoing synthesis as represented by the
myths about ...
George A. Kennedy, George Alexander Kennedy, 1993
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HELLENISATION»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
The genesis of violent extremism
The de-Hellenisation of Islamic thought plunged the Muslim world into deep, dogmatic slumber. On the other hand, in the 19th century, the ... «Daily Times, Mar 15»
Leibniz Prize for Hartmut Leppin
While lots of work has been done on Hellenisation and Romanisation, little research has been done on Christianisation to date. The project is ... «EurekAlert, Dec 14»
A religious v secular battle we should avoid
This process, known as Hellenisation, had been taking place throughout the lands under Greek rule, and the Jews were intrigued by their ... «Jewish Chronicle, Dec 14»
The fiscal policy debate: Austerity versus stimulus
... danger is Japanification rather than Hellenisation. That is, they have warned that inadequate fiscal stimulus and a premature turn to austerity ... «TODAYonline, Aug 14»
The Ajanta cave murals: 'nothing less than the birth of Indian art'
... encaustic wax mummy portraits from the Fayum region of Greco-Egyptian Egypt, which were also the products of the Hellenisation of the east ... «The Guardian, Aug 14»
Before the gas, there was copper
It was copper which attracted the first Aegean immigrants who settled on the island and gradually caused the hellenisation of Cyprus. Copper ... «Cyprus Mail, Jul 14»
WWI: Assassination in Sarajevo – The first shots of the Great Slaughter
... compelled to experience the joys of forced “Hellenisation”. In the same way, the Bulgarians carried out a policy of “Bulgarisation” of Greeks. «In Defense of Marxism, Jun 14»
Judaism: Eight Thoughts for Eight Nights:
... Antiochus IV, decided to force the pace of Hellenisation, forbidding Jews to practice their religion and setting up in the Temple in Jerusalem a ... «Arutz Sheva, Nov 13»
Court restrains bishops from using liturgy book
Fr. Joe Arun, a cultural anthropologist, said the argument of the petitioners would turn the clock to the days of Hellenisation when the Bible was ... «The Hindu, Nov 13»
An overview of the history of Cyprus
In the subsequent Geometric period (1050-700 BC) the Hellenisation of Cyprus was completed and this is, most probably, the period of the ... «Neos Kosmos, Jul 13»