Persianism in Antiquity
Persianism underlies the notion of an East-West dichotomy that still pervades modern political rhetoric. In Antiquity and beyond, however, it also functioned in rather different ways, sometimes even as an alternative to Hellenism.
"This book will, as it sets out to do, certainly serve as the foundation for a wide-ranging reevaluation of Persian studies."Cliff Cunningham, Sun News Austin, 11.03.2018
"...a ground-breaking overview of why Persia was such an important symbol to construct meaning with and of providing food for thought about the concepts of ‘Greece’ or ‘Egypt’ to a wider scholarly audience, the theme of the interrelation of cultures, as the editors point out, being of particular relevance to the concerns of our contemporary world."Claire Gruzelier, Classics For All, 25.04.2017
"The wealth of examples the book analyses mean that it will certainly be of interest to all scholars who have dealt with the issues of Persianism in the past, or will do so in future. There is no doubt that the concept of Persianism as proposed by R. Strootman and M. J. Versluys opens research perspectives that are both new and interesting."Edward Dąbrowa, Electrum 24, 2017
|Oriens et Occidens
|Buch - Gebunden
|Franz Steiner Verlag
|79 s/w Abb.
|17,0 x 24,0 cm