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mechanical technology of Greek and Roman antiquity
A. G. Drachmann
Written in English
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Essay. The remains of Greco-Roman antiquity—coins, gems, sculpture, buildings, and the classics of Greek and Latin literature—fascinated the thinking men and women of the Italian Renaissance. The arts and the humanities, they reasoned, had declined during the “middle ages” that stretched between the end of antiquity and their own time, but by emulating the exemplary works of the. It calls into question the idea that education in antiquity is a disinterested process, arguing that teaching and learning were activities that occurred in the context of society. "Education in Greek and Roman Antiquity brings together the scholarship of fourteen classicists who from their distinctive perspectives pluralize our understanding of.
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities is an English language encyclopedia first published in The second, improved and enlarged, edition appeared in , and there were many revised editions up to In this book Michael Scott employs the full range of literary, epigraphic and archaeological evidence in order to demonstrate the many different ways in which spatial analysis can illuminate our understanding of Greek and Roman society and the ways in which these societies thought of, and interacted with, the spaces they occupied and created.
I: before Stone Age: the "neolithic revolution" of near east civilizations (esp. Mesopotamia) sees the rise of irrigation & agriculture; towns & cities; temple architecture; writing; intense social stratification II: Bronze Age (note that, in antiquity, the historical ages were Gold, Silver, Bronze, [Heroic,] & Iron): Minoan civilization at Crete (non-Greek-speaking. In this new edition of Greek and Roman Technology, the authors translate and annotate key passages from ancient texts to provide a history and analysis of the origins and development of technology in the classical world.. Sherwood and Nikolic, with Humphrey and Oleson, provide a comprehensive and accessible collection of rich and varied sources to illustrate and elucidate the beginnings of /5(4).
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The Mechanical Technology of Greek and Roman Antiquity. By Dictionnaire Archeologique des Techniques, Vol. Paris: Editions A fascinating account of the advance of technology from the earliest times to the Renaissance, says the blurb on the jacket of to write a history of technology (like your reviewer) and have Book Reviews The literary sources of ancient mechanics and their dates --The mechanical problems of Aristoteles --Heron's mechanics: Introduction; The Mechanics --Vitruvius: Heron's hodometer --Oreibasios --Engines of war: the belopoiics; siege engines --Sundries --Survey of results: the winch; toothed wheels; the lever; the pulley; the wedge; the screw; sundries.
William H. Stahl, " The Mechanical Technology of Greek and Roman Antiquity. It explores the definition of the techne of medicine in classical Athens, the development of new military technology in Hellenistic times, the self-image of technicians through funerary art in the early Roman Empire, the resolution of boundary disputes in the early second century AD, and the status of architecture and architects in late by: Book Description.
In this new edition of Greek and Roman Technology, the authors translate and annotate key passages from ancient texts to provide a history and analysis of the origins and development of technology in the classical world.
Sherwood and Nikolic, with Humphrey and Oleson, provide a comprehensive and accessible collection of rich and varied sources to illustrate and.
Get this from a library. The mechanical technology of Greek and Roman antiquity: a study of the literary sources. [Aage G Drachmann]. Clagett’s Greek Science in Antiquity () does not restrict itself, as the title suggests, to Greek science, and this is one of this classic’s many virtues: Clagett discusses Roman science and extends his account well into Late Antiquity, providing a detailed single-volume overview of Greek and Roman.
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The Antikythera mechanism (/ ˌ æ n t ɪ k ɪ ˈ θ ɪər ə /, / ˌ æ n t ɪ ˈ k ɪ θ ər ə /) is an ancient hand powered Greek analogue computer which has also been described as the first example of such device used to predict astronomical positions and eclipses for calendar and astrological purposes decades in advance.
It could also be used to track the four-year cycle of athletic. Drachmann, The Mechanical Technology of Greek and Roman Antiquity: A Study of the Literary Sources (London, ) E.
Marsden, Greek and Roman Artillery: Technical Treatises (Oxford, ) B. Woodcroft, The Pneumatics of Hero of Alexandria. (London, ). Drachmann (A. G.). The mechanical Technology of Greek and Roman Antiquity. A Study of the literary sourcesAuthor: Pierre Louis. A Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity presents a series of essays that apply a socio-historical perspective to myriad aspects of ancient sport and spectacle.
Covers the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Empire Includes contributions from a range of international scholars with various Classical antiquity specialties Goes beyond the usual concentrations on Olympia and Rome to. Introduction. This bibliography is designed to survey the role of technology in the Greek and Roman cultures and their respective technological accomplishments, from approximately the 8th century BC through the 5th century logy consists of those human activities that intentionally alter the environment or natural materials to ensure human survival or simply a more comfortable lifestyle.
The Mechanical technology of Greek and Roman antiquity [Texte imprimé]: a study of the literary sources Auteur principal: Drachmann, Aage Gerhardt, Auteur Langue: anglais. Pays: multiple.The Mechanical Technology of Greek and Roman Antiquity (), fig.
35). A capstan can have longer bars providing greater mechanical advantage and allowing more men to exert their strength usefully, but it is considerably more difficult to provide effective bearings for a capstan, and also to brace it firmly from the crane, so that winding Cited by:.
This book is one of nine he has written, the most recent being Greek and Roman Technology: A Sourcebook (London: Routledge, ), and several chapters of Handbook of Ancient Water Technology (Leiden: Brill, ).
He has directed or participated in underwater excavations at a number of Roman harbor sites in Italy and Israel.Edith Hall is Professor of Classics at King’s College London, UK and is leader of a campaign to introduce Classical Civilisation and Ancient History qualifications across the UK state-school has published 30 books on ancient Greek and Roman civilisation and its continuing influence, and in was awarded the Erasmus Medal of the European Academy.Ancient Greek technology developed during the 5th century BC, continuing up to and including the Roman period, and beyond.
Inventions that are credited to the ancient Greeks include the gear, screw, rotary mills, bronze casting techniques, water clock, water organ, torsion catapult, the use of steam to operate some experimental machines and toys, and a chart to find prime numbers.