Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World
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Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World

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Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World

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Minoan Performances: Rites, Contests or Spectacles.Origins and essences : early sport and spectacle -- Mesopotamian combat sports and running -- Egypt : from hunting to sporting pharaohs -- Royal hunts as a Near Eastern tradition -- States and sports, empires and spectacles -- 2.

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Twenty years on, Hancock returns with the sequel to his seminal work filled with completely new, scientific and archaeological evidence, which has only recently come to light...A memory and a warning to the future... Titanic Victims and Villains The Roman republic : festivals, celebrations, and games -- Etruscan sport and spectacle : Greek gifts and Roman roots?Roman Festivals and Entertainments. Traces the precursors of Greek and Roman sports and spectacles in the Ancient Near East and This is a readable, up-to-date, illustrated introduction to the history of sport and spectacle in the ancient world from the Ancient Near East through Greek and Hellenistic times and into the Roman Empire.Whatever place and time Kyle examines, fresh and persuasive insights abound.

Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World, 2nd Edition | Wiley

The Olympic Athletic Festival: Operation and Administration.Near the end of the last Ice Age 12,800 years ago, a giant comet that had entered the solar system from deep space thousands of years earlier, broke into multiple fragments. Modern Myths and Invented Traditions.Traces the precursors of Greek and Roman sports and spectacles in the Ancient Near East and the Bronze Age Aegean. Females and Greek Athletics.

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Spectacle, sport, and the Roman Empire -- Emperors, spectacles, and scandals -- Days at the track : chariot racing -- Imperial triumphs -- Gladiators, arenas, and empire -- Beast hunts : nature and empire -- Spectacular executions : beasts, criminals, and social order -- Greek games in the Roman Empire -- Assimilation and accommodation -- Conclusion : ancient sport and spectacle .The Odyssey: Sport and Returning Home. Hunts and Beasts: Conquests and Games.Conclusion: The Coming of Age of Greek Sport. Ancient Olympia and its games -- The physical context : sanctuary and facilities -- The Olympic festival : operation and administration -- The program of contests -- Olympia and spectacle : politics, problems, and performances -- 7.

Sport and spectacle in the ancient world : Kyle, Donald G

A lively and engaging narrative history showing the common threads in the cultures that gave birth to our own. Kyniska and Spartan Chariot-Racing at Olympia.Greece and Rome: Positive and Negative Classicism 15 The Lower Half of Society: Not Excluded But Not Competing? The Confidence-Man: His Masquerade Triumphs: Spectacles of Military Victory. Der Cowboy & der Schreibtischhengst Athens- City of Contests and Prizes.Introduction: Ancient Sport History.