3 edition of Fragments from the history of Byelorussia (To 1700) found in the catalog.
Fragments from the history of Byelorussia (To 1700)
|Other titles||The history of Byelorussian (To 1700)|
|Statement||by R. Ostrowski.|
|LC Classifications||DK507.65 O88 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||102|
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First published in French inthis extraordinary book traces the meaning and function of reading from its very beginnings in Greek oral culture through the development of silent reading.
One of the most haunting early examples of Greek alphabetical writing appears on the life-sized Archaic funerary statue of a young : Jesper Svenbro. In this book, I have tried to draw contour lines for the history of a society with a unique cultural heritage that, in a little more than one hundred years, cast off old forms and took on new ones.
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In the fifth century BCE alone, as many as nine hundred tragedies may well have been performed in Athens along with some three hundred satyr plays. Just over thirty of the former have survived along with one of the latter.