O tempora, o Mores!

Author: Andreas Haltenhoff,Andreas Heil,Fritz-Heiner Mutschler

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783598777202

Category: Latin literature

Page: 414

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Die zunehmende Auflosung der soziopolitischen Ordnung in der ausgehenden romischen Republik erfasste auch das System allgemein verbindlicher Werte. Wie sich die literarische Kommunikation der Zeit zu dieser Entwicklung verhielt, untersuchen die hier versammelten Beitrage. Sie sind, wie bereits der Band 'Moribus antiquis res stat Romana' zur romischen Literatur des 3. und 2. Jhs. v. Chr. (BzA 134), aus dem Dresdner Sonderforschungsbereich 'Institutionalitat und Geschichtlichkeit' hervorgegangen. Neben den literarischen Texten werden epigraphische und archaologische Zeugnisse berucksichtigt."
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Redescribing the Gospel of Mark

Author: Barry S. Crawford,Merrill P. Miller

Publisher: SBL Press

ISBN: 0884142035

Category: Religion

Page: 708

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A collaborative project with a variety of critical essays This final volume of studies by members of the Society of Biblical Literature’s consultation, and later seminar, on Ancient Myths and Modern Theories of Christian Origins focuses on Mark. As with previous volumes, the provocative proposals on Christian origins offered by Burton L. Mack are tested by applying Jonathan Z. Smith's distinctive social theorizing and comparative method. Essays examine Mark as an author’s writing in a book culture, a writing that responded to situations arising out of the first Roman-Judean war after the destruction of the Jerusalem temple in 70 CE. Contributors William E. Arnal, Barry S. Crawford, Burton L. Mack, Christopher R. Matthews, Merrill P. Miller, Jonathan Z. Smith, and Robyn Faith Walsh explore the southern Levant as a plausible provenance of the Gospel of Mark and provide a detailed analysis of the construction of Mark as a narrative composed without access to prior narrative sources about Jesus. A concluding retrospective follows the work of the seminar, its developing discourse and debates, and the continuing work of successor groups in the field. Features A thorough examination of the relation between structure and event in social and anthropological theory that provides conceptual tools for representing the project of the author of Mark An exploration of the southern Levant as a plausible provenance of the Gospel, a permanent site of successive imperial regimes and culturally related peoples A detailed analysis of the construction of Mark as a narrative composed without access to prior narrative sources about Jesus
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Eirene

studia Graeca et Latina

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Civilization, Greco-Roman

Page: N.A

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