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Hellenistic culture: fusion and diffusion.

Hadas, Moses

Hellenistic culture: fusion and diffusion.

by Hadas, Moses

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Published by Norton in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greece
    • Subjects:
    • Hellenism.,
    • Greece -- Civilization -- To 146 B.C.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [291]-314.

      SeriesThe Norton library,, N593
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDF77 .H3 1972
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 324 p.
      Number of Pages324
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5322792M
      ISBN 100393005933
      LC Control Number72175446

      ‘Thus the new refined cuisines of the early Hellenistic period called forth memories of earlier, better times.’ ‘The cities he founded became the spring boards for the diffusion of Hellenistic culture.’ ‘That was not the case for material of the Hellenistic and Roman periods, however.’. More editions of Hellenistic Culture: Fusion and Diffusion (The Norton library): Hellenistic Culture: Fusion and Diffusion (The Norton library): ISBN () Softcover, W. W. Norton & Company,

        As such, imitatio is one big reason that the Judaic corpus and culture mirrored (including the massive inversion) the Classical Greek corpus and culture, as per Moses Hadas's thesis in Hellenistic Culture, Fusion and Diffusion. Hellenistic Culture a term that is used chronologically to refer to the culture of the Hellenistic age and typologically to refer to the culture that resulted from the interaction of Greek (Hellenic) and local elements. If a typological approach is used, the chronological and geographic boundaries of Hellenistic culture are expanded to such a degree.

      - Although Alexander never united all the peoples in a world-state, his career pushed the world in a new direction, toward a fusion of disparate peoples and the intermingling of cultural traditions. * HELLENISTIC SOCIETY--Cosmopolitanism: Hellenistic society was characterized by a mingling of peoples and an interchange of cultures.3/5(1).   This thesis is fairly compatible with our False Dialectic approach where we built upon Moses Hadas's work in his Hellenistic Culture, Fusion and Diffusion which demonstrated the massive commonalities between the Greek and Jewish narratives and various other cultural aspects. This albeit that Judaism is a massive cultural inversion (e.g. all the.


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