3 edition of [Woman], or, Ida of Athens found in the catalog.
[Woman], or, Ida of Athens
|Other titles||Woman, Ida of Athens|
|Statement||by Miss Owenson|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 18127|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. in 2|
About the Image on the Front Cover This image is one the most endearing of all the sculptures made during the Classical Period of Athens. It shows a husband and wife whose names, inscribed above their heads, are Philoxenos, dressed in the uniform of a hoplite, one of many foot soldiers fighting in phalanx formation, wearing a metal helmet, breastplate, short tunic called e3/5(2). In B.C., some Greeks in Anatolia revolted against Persian rule. Athens, which had a strong navy, sent ships and soldiers to help them. The revolt failed, but Persia decided to punish Athens for interfering. In B.C., the Persians arrived near Athens on the plain of Marathon. The Athenians sent a runner to ask Sparta for help, but the.
Agnodice or Agnodike (Ancient Greek: Ἀγνοδίκη Agnodikē, Greek pronunciation: [aŋnodíkɛː] c. 4th century BCE) is a legendary figure credited as the first female midwife or physician in ancient Athens. Her story is told by the Roman author Gaius Julius Hyginus in his ce is not generally believed to be a historical figure, but her story has been frequently deployed as Born: 4th Century BCE, Athens, Greece. Ida Thallon Hill (Aug – Decem ) was an American archaeologist, classical scholar and had a strong interest in the relationship between history, geography, and archaeology, which was reflected in her research and publications over her fifty-year : Ida Carleton Thallon, Aug , .
5 heaviest penalties if any person act as pander in the case of a free-born child or a free-born woman.”12 Clearly, the polis had a great interest in properly raising children and protecting free women. Athenian women took the responsibility of child rearing very seriously. The Women of Athens Compared to the women of Sparta, the status of an Athenian woman in Greek society was minimal. By comparison to present day standards, Athenian women were only a small step above slaves by the 5th century BC. From birth a girl was not expected to learn how to read or write, nor was she expected to earn an education.
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Lady (Sydney) Morgan (née Owenson; ca. 14 April ), was an Irish novelist. She was one of the most vivid and hotly discussed literary figures of her generation.
She began her career with a precocious volume of poems. She collected Irish tunes, for which Ida of Athens book composed the words, thus setting /5(3). Woman: Or Ida of Athens, Volume or Paperback – Aug by Lady Morgan (Author) See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Ida, whose lover has fled Greece after an unsuccessful revolt against the Turks, travels to London with a self-indulgent English aristocrat, before being reunited with her Greek lover.
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By Miss Owenson, author of the "Wild Irish Girl," "The Novice of St. Do," &c. 4 vols. 12mo. London. Longman. [pp. ] [original article in PDF format] 'BACCHANTES, animated with Orphean fury, slinging their serpents in the air, striking their cymbals, and utering [sic] dithy-rambics, appeared to surround him on every side.'.
In her preface to it, she described Woman, or, Ida of Athens () as an attempt to delineate perfected feminine character in its natural state and Greece as the perfect setting for doing soalthough the final scenes (with Ida suddenly enriched) take place in London. In addition to its feminist concerns, the book includes long philosophical Written: Genre/Form: Armorial bookplates Presentation copies) Novels: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morgan, Lady (Sydney), Woman: or Ida of Athens.
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OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reelno. Editions for Woman; or, Ida of Athens: (published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published in ), Ida G.
Athens (Febru – November 4, ) was the author of a collection of poetry titled Brethren. Born Ida Bird Gerding in Cleves, Ohio, she came from a poor German-American family.
She was included in the Who's Who of African American Writers because of her candid comments upon racial tension in the United States, perhaps inspired by her own low socio-economic ity control: ISNI:.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Morgan, Lady (Sydney), Woman; or, Ida of Athens. Philadelphia, Bradford & Inskeep; New-York, Inskeep & Bradford.
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“Wonder Woman is psychological propaganda for the new type of woman who should, I believe, rule the world,” declared the psychologist and comic book writer William Moulton Marston, offering a.
This book contributes to two important aspects of the history of life in 5th century Athens: it explores our knowledge of metics, a little-researched group, and contributes to the study if women in antiquity, which has traditionally divided women socially between citizen-wives and everyone else.
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