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The Pantheon

Author: William Lloyd MacDonald
Publisher: Harvard University Press
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In this richly illustrated book, MacDonald analyzes the original design and construction of one of the grand architectural statements of all ages, discusses the technology that made it possible, and explores its metaphorical meaning.


Pantheon

Author: Jörg Rüpke
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From one of the world's leading authorities on the subject, an innovative and comprehensive account of religion in the ancient Roman and Mediterranean world In this ambitious and authoritative book, Jörg Rüpke provides a comprehensive and strikingly original narrative history of ancient Roman and Mediterranean religion over more than a millennium—from the late Bronze Age through the Roman imperial period and up to late antiquity. While focused primarily on the city of Rome, Pantheon fully integrates the many religious traditions found in the Mediterranean world, including Judaism and Christianity. This generously illustrated book is also distinguished by its unique emphasis on lived religion, a perspective that stresses how individuals’ experiences and practices transform religion into something different from its official form. The result is a radically new picture of both Roman religion and a crucial period in Western religion—one that influenced Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and even the modern idea of religion itself. Drawing on a vast range of literary and archaeological evidence, Pantheon shows how Roman religion shaped and was shaped by its changing historical contexts from the ninth century BCE to the fourth century CE. Because religion was not a distinct sphere in the Roman world, the book treats religion as inseparable from political, social, economic, and cultural developments. The narrative emphasizes the diversity of Roman religion; offers a new view of central concepts such as “temple,” “altar,” and “votive”; reassesses the gendering of religious practices; and much more. Throughout, Pantheon draws on the insights of modern religious studies, but without “modernizing” ancient religion. With its unprecedented scope and innovative approach, Pantheon is an unparalleled account of ancient Roman and Mediterranean religion.


Pantheon A la immortalidad del nombre Itade Poema tragico etc

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The Pantheon

Author: Lesley A. DuTemple
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Describes the building of the Pantheon, discussing the role of the Roman emperor Hadrian and the significance of the Pantheon in the fields of history and architecture.


The Pantheon

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The Pantheon

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The Pantheon

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Pantheon

Author: Quintus Curtius
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This is Quintus Curtius's second book. In it, he continues his explorations in history, biography, and philosophy to extract inspiring, timeless lessons for modern readers. The pervasive themes include courage in adversity, character and fate, moral problems, and the transcendent search for life's lessons. Special attention is given to Stoicism, Platonism, and the quest for meaning in a turbulent world. Challenging, meticulously researched, and bursting with wisdom, "Pantheon" is a book unlike any other in the modern literary scene.


Pantheon

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Charles Fellows, mountaineer, national hero, and first class bastard is found murdered in the sea near his sailing yacht on the Cornish coast. Evan Briscoe is dispatched by Scotland Yard to investigate and finds motives a-plenty. Fellows was disliked, if not hated by the local populace… at least by the male population. Or was the root of the crime in the "Pantheon of Heroes" of which Fellows is a revered member? Sir Tony Castlefort, the only human to climb higher than Charles Fellows, and other members of the Pantheon insist his death was misadventure. As Briscoe ventures into the Pantheon he finds the gods that dwell there have feet of clay. Only Celia Fellows, Charles' lonely and unhappy sister, maintains that her brother was murdered. To his discomfort, Briscoe finds himself attracted to this strong-minded woman. Celia discovers that all heroes do not dwell in the Pantheon… and Briscoe finds something else… something far more personal… something he thought he'd never find…


Panth on de la Guerre

Author: Mark Levitch
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"Assesses the changing values attached to the Pantheon de la Guerre, a propagandist panorama featuring 5,000 full-length portraits of prominent figures from WWI, during its journey from Great War Paris to cold war Kansas City's Liberty Memorial. Examines