Le Carte D Arborea

Author: Paolo Gaviano
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Le Carte D Arborea

Author: Luciano Marrocu
Editor: AM&D
ISBN: 9788886799072
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Between Jewish Posen And Scholarly Berlin

Author: Daniel R. Schwartz
Editor: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 311048675X
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The life of Philipp Jaffé (1819–1870), from his youth in Posen; his studies with Leopold von Ranke and career – as a close friend of Theodor Mommsen – at the pinnacle of historical scholarship in Berlin, first at the Monumenta Germaniae Historica and then, after his feud with Georg Heinrich Pertz, with his unprecedented 1862 appointment, while still a Jew, to a Berlin professorship; and on to his baptism in 1868 and suicide in 1870, was a life of transition between East and West and between Judaism and Christianity – and a life of devotion to scholarship, of loneliness, of success and of frustration. Forgotten today, except by medievalists who depend on his numerous editions of Latin texts, Jaffé was a central figure in the heydays of German scholarship. His career illustrates the working conditions of such scholars, their friendships and feuds, and also the limits that hemmed Jews in and the ways they could be overcome. This volume documents Jaffé’s life, accomplishments, and struggles, and also offers insight into his soul via more than two hundred of his letters (in German) – about half to his parents in Posen and half to colleagues around Europe, especially Pertz and Mommsen.

Il Prof Mommsen E Le Carte D Arborea

Author: Salvatore Angelo de Castro
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Sulle Carte D Arborea

Author: Vincenzo Fiorentino
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The Antiquity Of The Italian Nation

Author: Antonino De Francesco
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199662312
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This book explores the political uses of Italy's antique past in the early nineteenth century, tracing how anti-romanism was transformed into a pillar of the nation-building process. It demonstrates the pivotal role played by this ancient heritage in the formation of modern Italian national identity.

Archaeology And History In Sardinia From The Stone Age To The Middle Ages

Author: Stephen L. Dyson
Editor: UPenn Museum of Archaeology
ISBN: 9781934536025
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With one of the richest archaeological records and most complicated histories in the Mediterranean, Sardinia provides an important laboratory for studying the interaction of indigenous societies and outside forces in a partly isolated geographical context. Stephen L. Dyson and Robert J. Rowland, Jr. use both material culture and written documents to reconstruct the social and economic processes of an island society that showed both cultural creativity and continuity but responded to invasions from the Phoenicians through the Romans to the Aragonese. This first accessible reconstruction of island archaeology provides a balanced picture of the sweep of Sardinian history.