Euphrat |Ducati748R|BMW1150RT dionysodorus; (190 BC -120 BC) Hipparchus; (160 BC - 90 BC) Theodosius; Anittas of Kussara http://www.euphrat.ch/geschichte.htm
Extractions: Home Geschichte einer Landschaft Assos Nach der 2. Reise in die Stadt Hierapolis habe ich festgestellt, dass ich zu wenig über die Geschichte und Kulturen Anotoliens bescheid weiss. Beim Sammeln von Informationen im Internet habe ich auch gemerkt, dass "man" diese Landschaft sehr oft als "Kleinasien" (oder englisch "minor Asia") nennt. Gabi-Catal schrieb mir: "Der gute alte Homer ist ein Anatolier! Es ist nicht das einzige, was erstaunt. So ist das älteste bekannte korinthische Kapitell in Diocaesarea zu sehen und nicht in Korinth! Diejenigen, die den Römern das Bauen erst richtig beigebracht haben, waren also auch alles Anatolier." Da mussten mehr Info's her!!
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Protagoras' Epistemology a negative image of the Sophists as dangerous subversives (eg Callicles and Thrasymachus)and argumentative charlatans (eg Euthydemus and dionysodorus) only in http://folk.uio.no/kristiur/protagorasepistemology.html
Extractions: This is primarily a paper on Protagoras and his epistemological convictions. I will attempt to present claims about his surrounding influence (primarily scientific) which will help with the exegetical task of understanding the meaning and significance behind his few remaining statements. As it turns out, it seems that a theory of knowledge for Protagoras ends up being much more than simply a philosophical doctrine- it becomes a way of life. The intellectual landscape Platos agenda Protagoras the person A Democritean influence Intellect: Sweet is by convention and bitter by convention, hot by convention, cold by convention, color by convention; in truth there are but atoms and the void. Senses: Wretched mind, from us are you taking the evidence by which you would overthrow us? Our overthrow is your own downfall. In this case, the argument from conflicting appearances then, should lead one not to nihilism, but to the admission that neither sense-perception nor reason has reached any justified belief about the nature of reality. In this way, Democritus seemed to have forced himself into a kind of skepticism.
TeleMath - Geometry Problems For Math Olympiads Thales, Pythagoras, Zeno of Elea, Hippias, Archytas, Plato, Theaetetus, Eudoxus,Menaechmus, Nicomedes, Eratosthenes, Apollonius, dionysodorus, Diocles, Heron http://www.telemath.gr/mathematical_geometry_problems/maths_geometry_problems_in
Extractions: Editor : Sotiris Louridas member of the Greek Mathematical Society and the AMS, Trainer of the greek mathematical Olympiads team. It is well known that geometry was born in Greece and was developed from 600 b.C to 415 a.C.. At this period of time the greek mathematicians' concerns were geometry and its constructions. The most important names were these of Euclid, who axiomatized geometry and established it as a science, of Thales, Pythagoras, Zeno of Elea, Hippias, Archytas, Plato, Theaetetus, Eudoxus, Menaechmus, Nicomedes, Eratosthenes, Apollonius, Dionysodorus, Diocles, Heron, Menelaus, Diophantus, Pappus, Hypatia and the greatest of all Archimedes. We all know that today geometry is not systematically taught in Secondary Education in most countries. As a result, students don't have the chance to learn about a discipline of mathematical science that develops mathematical thinking and creative skills.In Greece, in the last years, people try to extend teaching of geometry in depth in secondary education. In mathematical contests and mathematical olympiads the material of geometry is a basic chapter. The column "Geometry Problems for MathOlympiads" contains only problems from euclidian geometry. We accept original exercises of middle and high level of difficulty that haven't been examined in international mathematical olympiads (IMO). Our target is to create a bank of geometry problems, which will be free to everyone, and to create a geometry site, where everyone interested in euclidian geometry, can express his/her points of view. e-mail:
CLASS 365: Third Paper Assignment With the Roman commander was king Amynander, dionysodorus the envoy of Attalus, Acesimbrotusthe admiral of the Rhodian fleet, Phaeneas the leading man of the http://www.ualberta.ca/~csmackay/CLASS_365/Third.Paper.html
Extractions: Third Paper Assignment Due Wed. Dec. 8 in class. In 198 during the Second Macedonian War, T. Quinctius Flamininus commanded the Roman forces in Greece. Before the decisions about the command for the next year had been made, Philip V of Macedon requested a meeting with Flamininus to discuss possible peace terms. Our main source of this is Polybius Book 18 Secs. 1-12 (pp. 494-504 in the translation). This handout provides Livy's version of the same events (Book 32 Secs. 32.6-37). Livy closely follows Polybius, and there is no reason to think he used any other source. Yet there are significant divergences between Livy's version and what he found in Polybius. You are to write a 3-5 paper describing how Livy adapted Polybius's version and suggesting what Livy's motive was for the changes. After this there was silence, the Roman thinking that it was fair that the man who had sought the conference should speak first, the Macedonian that the first speech belonged to the man who was giving terms, not to the man who was accepting them. Then the Roman spoke. He said his speech was simple. He would mention the things without which there could be no peace terms. The king had to withdraw his garrisons from all the states of Greece, he had to returned all the captives and deserters to the allies of the Roman People and to restore to the Romans all the places in Illyria that he had taken after the Peace of Phoenice and to return to Ptolemy king of Egypt the cities that he had seized after the death of Ptolemy Philopator. These, Flamininus said, were his own and the Roman People's terms. In addition, he said, it was correct to hear the demands of the allies, too.
NOMOI Bibliography 1970-1989 Sources Translate this page of Athenian society in the fourth century BC A historical introduction to and commentaryon the paragraphe speeches and the speech Against dionysodorus in the http://www.sfu.ca/nomoi/sources.htm
Extractions: Sources Orators Avramovic, S. (1988a) âPlaidoyer for Isaeus, or. IXâ in Symposion Avramovic, S. (1988b) Isejvo sudsko besednistvo i antinsko pravo , Beograd. Braccessi, L. (1971) Â«La data del processo per la coronaÂ» Rivista storica dellâantichita Demosthenes. Selected Private Speeches , Cambridge. Carey, Chr. (1989) (ed) Lysias. Selected speeches , Cambridge. Due, B. (1980) Antiphon. A study in argumentation , Copenhagen. (Opuscula Graecolatina 17) Harris, E. M. (1985) âThe date of the trial of Timarchusâ Hermes Harris, E. M. (1988) âThe date of Apollodorusâ speech against Timotheus and its implications for Athenian history and legal procedureâ AJPh Heitsch, E. (1980) Recht und Argumentation in Antiphons 6. Rede , Wiesbaden. (Abhandlungen der Geistes- ind Sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse 7, Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mayence) Heitsch, E. (1984) Antiphon aus Rhamnous , Wiesbaden. (Abhandlungen der Geistes- ind Sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse 3, Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mayence) Hillgruber, M. (1988)
SPHERES, MUSIC OF THE A solution by means of the parabola and hyperbola was given by dionysodorus ofAmisus (c. f St century sc), and a similar problemto construct a segment http://5.1911encyclopedia.org/S/SP/SPHERES_MUSIC_OF_THE.htm
Extractions: leucoxene, frequently occurs in basic igneous rocks as an alteration product of ilmenite and rutile. (L. J. S.) For life history see A. K. Newman, Trans. New Zealand Inst. (i878), x. 222; Von Haast, ibid. (188!), xiv. 276; Reischek, ibid. xiv. 274; A. Dendy, ibid. (1899), xxxi. 245; Nature, 59, 340, For development; G. B. 1-lowes and H. H. Swinnerton, Trans. Zoo!. Soc. (1900), xv. 186, six plates; A. Dendy, Quart. Journ. MIc. Sci. (1899), 42, pp. 187, ten plates and ibid. pp. 111153 (parietal eye); H. Schauinsland, Arch. mikr. Anal. (1900), 56, pp. 747867, plates. For anatomy: A. Gunther, Phil. Trans. (1867), 157, pp. 595629, plates; A. K. Newman, quoted above; F. J. Knox, Trans. New Zealand Inst. (1869) ii. 1720; G. Osawa, Arch. mikr. Anat. (I898), 5!, pp. 481690, and ibid. 52, pp. 268366. (H. F. G.) SPHERE (Gr. o4o2pa, a ball or globe), in geometry, the solid or surface traced out by, the revolution of a semicircle about its diameter; this is essentially Euclids definition;f in the modern geometry of surfaces it is defined as the quadric surface passing through the circle at infinity. Every point is equidistant from a fixed point within the surface; this point is the centre, the constant distance the radius, and any line through the centre and intersecting the sphere is a diameter. All sections of the results when a circle revolves about an axis in its plane.
GAFTM1 TEXT Translate this page Theodorus, Theodorus, Xanthus, dionysodorus, Philolaus, Democritus, Architas inmarg. Theodorus cyreniacus quem Plato audiuit geometrices musicesque libellum http://www.music.indiana.edu/tml/15th/GAFTM1_TEXT.html
Extractions: Graphics: GAFTM1 01GF-GAFTM1 02GF [-f.ir-] THEORICA MVSICE FRANCHINI GAFVRI LAVDENSIS. [Gafurius, Theorica, f.ir; text: Introductorium musices franchini gafori, tonus, semitonium, apothome, semitonium minus, [Gamma], A, [sqb], C, D, E, F, G, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, aa, bb, [sqb][sqb], cc, dd, ee, ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la, Littere et note graues, Littere et note acute, Littere et note superacute. Notule [sqb] durales, Notule b mollares, Notule naturales] [-f.iir-] Capitula huius theorici operis. LIBER PRIMVS. De musicis et effectibus atque commendatione Musicae disciplinae Capitulum Primum De Musica mundana Capitulum Secundum De Musica humana Capitulum Tertium De musica instrumentali Capitulum Quartum De Musico et cantore Capitulum Quintum Plus confert Musico Ars quam natura Capitulum Sextum De Iudicio Musicae Capitulum Septimum De Exquisitione et Inuentione Musicarum Consonantiarum Capitulum Octauum.
Extractions: Translated by Victor Bers DEMOSTHENES Introduction to Demosthenes (Michael Gagarin) Introduction to This Volume (Victor Bers) 50. Against Polycles 51. On the Trierarchic Crown 52. Against Callippus 53. Against Nicostratus 54. Against Conon 55. Against Callicles 56. Against Dionysodorus 57. Against Eubulides 58. Against Theocrines 59. Against Neaera Index Return to book description Introduction To This Volume
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