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- Ahu Ergen2
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- Juan Pablo Aranguren Romero2
- Sayyed hesam aldin Hosseini2
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- A. V. Tymofeyenko1
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- Adrian Shubert1
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A lira sour and a guerrier. Two bronze from the excavations on the acropolis of Cuma
The two bronzects covered by this note, a lira sour and a guerriero, were found during excavations conducted by the Second University of Naples (now the University of Campania) on the Tempum Maggiore of the acropolis of Cuma, in a layer of pavement. It proposes a framework for this at the end of the...
From barbare to deceptive oppressor: the image of Louis XIV guerrier in the English and Dutch satires
King of war par excellence, Louis XIV sought to embody the ideal of the victorious hero by orchestrating a wide propaganda contributing to his globe. However, this image was strongly tainted by foreign satires produced from the 1670s onwards. The belated attitude of this monarch was widely denounced...
"Thou art my warrior, / I holp to frame thee": The Construction of Masculine Identity in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra and Coriolanus"
The causes and consequences of the search for ‘guerrier capital’ among young people in the city
The aim here is to show the social organisation built by young people occupying the public space of their city, why and how they build it, as well as the legislative heterogeneity produced by that organisation by calling into question the State monopoly on physical violence. The aim of this approach...
John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State, Cold Warrior and father of Europe
This book is not the simple shortcut of the thesis. It required two years of additional work. It refocus on the analysis of US foreign policy and includes three new chapters: the interwar, the sociological role of the Protestant Churches and the Japanese Peace Treaty. John Foster Dulles (1888-1959)...
Sophie Albert, ‘Together or by pieces.’ Guiron le Courtois (17th centuries). The coherence in question
While some major cycles of the 18th century, such as Lancelot-Graal and Tristan prose, or even the Post-Vulgate Cycle, have for many years been the subject of multiple and detailed studies, the novel tuffu of Guiron le Courtois has remained, since the pioneering study by Roger Lathuillière, despite...
A peaceful quest for honor of the indian greatness. : Non-recognition of the “ Tamil Tigers” and catalyst events in Sri Lanka. Manliness and inimity among the decision-makers in conflicts (1987-1990 then 2000-2009)
Today, the quest for honor can seemoutdated in Western countries. But for a long timeit has characterizedthe relationships between the Indian decision-makers and the South Asian leaders. Relationships with Sri Lankan protagonists are also shaped by this question of honor but also of glory. Just as t...
Doubts and tolerance (Vol. 15): A script about Pierre Bayle, a milestone and a paradox in the history of the information
The philosopher Pierre Bayle (1647-1706) is one of the most enigmatic figures in the history of the European Enlightenment. He was persecuted by the Catholics for his Calvinist beliefs. He was seen as a heretic by his co-religionists because of the doubt that was an essential part of his view of lif...
From the prefects to the Preuses: virile women at the gender border (195th centuries)
In the 10th century there is a body of literature on female illustrians. In these catalogues of women, the category of female viriles, embodied in the list of Neuf Preuses, is problematic. During the feminine on the list of Nine Preux, a kind of ‘hall of fame’ in the horsemeat gloire, she raised the...
Sotto il vessillo di sant'Óláfr: legittimazione e sacralizzazione della guerra nella Norvegia del XII secolo
Compared to the rest of Western Christianitas, the process of sacralization of war in twelfth-century Norway shows some peculiar features. Although here too factors such as the cult of military or warrior saints, the defence of justice, of the patria and the Church led to the sacralization of certai...
Des amazones noires chez les marrons de Carthagène des Indes vers 1586-1587 : un héritage africain
The great traveller Pedro Ordóñez de Ceballos, author of Viaje del mundo (1684), during a stay in Cartagena of Indias (Colombia), managed the repression against the maroon slaves of the surrounding of the city (1586-1587). He confronted a black amazon corps who makes think to these of the ancient ki...
Amelia Podetti: una trayectoria olvidada de las Cátedras Nacionales
University Chairs involved a political and intellectual construct aimed at transferring resistance to the so-called Argentine Revolution dictatorship to the academic field, thus developing a shared national thought among sociology students between 1967 and 1972. Amelia Podetti played a key role by d...
La société guerrière. Pratiques, discours et valeurs militaires au Rio de la Plata 1806-1852
After the legitimacy crisis opened by Ferdinand VII’s capture war raged for more than half a century over the vast territory of Rio de la Plata. During this period, the local people placed war at the very center of social life, which lead to alarming levels of military mobilization and eventually th...
Bohater, wojownik i panna: użycie archetypów i mitów w stworzeniu wizerunku ukraińskich polityków
<p>An important role in the process of image cultivation is played by the technologies, related to the appeal to the archaic layers of mass consciousness, in particular, to the use of archetypes. Analysis of the images of the leading Ukrainian politicians – Arseniy Yacenyuk, Yuliya Timoshenko and Vi...
The Return of Napoleon Chagnon: On American “Cowboys” and Amazonian Indians, again
The immediate motive for the writing of this paper is the renewed interest in the controversial anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon, whose name, scientific work and authority (or the dubious value thereof) is firmly linked to the Yanomami people of South America. The image of the “paleolithic -neolithic...
Patient-Centered Care for Warriors, Veterans, and Their Families: An Interprofessional Modular Curriculum
Abstract Introduction Most veterans receive health care in the civilian sector, where the complexities of delivering care to them require interprofessional teams that include other veterans. Recognizing this, the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School committed to graduating health profession st...
STYLISTIC AND SEMANTIC TRANSFORMATIONS IN BATTAL GAZİ EPIC
One of the important epics that the Turks create in Anatolia is Battal Gazi Epic. Turkish-Byzantium struggles in borders of Anatolia bring about Battal Gazi Epic. Battal Gazi was born in Malatya, he lived in the period of Mutasım from Abbasi and Vasık Billah (832-847). He is not an historical Arabia...
HISTORICAL PROCESS OF TOURISM IN THE STATE OF BAHIA: ANTÔNIO CARLOS MAGALHÃES (ACM) AND LOCAL CULTURE AS FACTORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACTIVITY
This paper aims to study about the historical process of tourism in the state of Bahia. With theoretical ruled in documentary research, as well as authors such as Fürst (2009), Gullestrup (2009), Bonald (1978), Warrior (2005), Reis (2010) among others, it was found that the local culture of the peop...
Conflict and Agreement of the Members of Great Families and Grandees with the King in the Sassanid Era (from the Rise of Sassanid to the reign of Ghobad I)
In Sassanid kingdom, several great and small families inhabited all over Iran, among which seven families of Kāran, Suren, Spāhbad, Mehrān, and Spandiaz, Zik and the house of Sassanid were more noble and powerful than others. The members of these seven families were known as the noblest Iranians and...
The Role and Place of Governing Angels in Bible
Angels have allocated a considerable part of Bible's discussions to themselves and since one of the dogmatic principles of the revealed religions is the belief in angels, depiction of the place and attributes of angels can be the indicator of the quality of attitude and worldview and the strength of...
The symbolism of Adam Asnyk with Muse by Jacek Malczewski
The essay's goal is to interpret Jacek Malczewski's picture Adam Asnyk with Muse (1894-1897) as a symbolic work. The main argument is that the painting does not depict a scene with a poet being inspired by a muse. The starting point of the analysis is the conclusion that the Muse is not playing the...
La noblesse dans la frontière nord-africaine (Portugal, 1415-1515) : guerre, chevalerie, croisade
This article seeks to analyse the Portuguese crusading efforts in North Africa, from the beginning of the fifteenth to the sixteenth centuries. Our approach will be divided in two parts. In the first, we analyse the rhetoric and historiographical construction made by the Portuguese crown. This proce...
Le roi chevalier en France au XVIe siècle. Construction et vocation du modèle
This paper aims at demonstrating that the figure of the knight-king in the Early Modern period, in particular in the case of king Henry II of France, was based on a sense of vocation as a warrior. This calling was not only a matter of theological-political theory – the king, by divine election, beco...
The Role and Place of Governing Angels in Bible
Angels have allocated a considerable part of Bible's discussions to themselves and since one of the dogmatic principles of the revealed religions is the belief in angels, depiction of the place and attributes of angels can be the indicator of the quality of attitude and worldview and the strengt...
Le cheval arabe chez les Mamelouks baḥriyya entre pragmatisme, symboles et représentations (XIIIe–XIVe siècles)
Based upon Arabic narrative and didactic sources, this article highlights the love of the military, scholars and ʻulamā’ for the Arabian horse during the Baḥriyya Mamluk era (13th-14th centuries). Analysis of the data collected shows that they were interested in the steed from the Arabian Peninsula...