Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-448) and index.
|Statement||Thomas F. Scanlon.|
|LC Classifications||GV21 .S32 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 466 p. :|
|Number of Pages||466|
|ISBN 10||0195138899, 0195149858|
|LC Control Number||2001021492|
Eros and Greek Athletics is the first in-depth study of Greek body culture as manifest in its athletics, sexuality, and gender formation. In this comprehensive overview, Thomas F. Scanlon explores when and how athletics was linked with religion, upbringing, gender, sexuality, and social values in an evolution from Homer until the Roman period. Get this from a library! Eros and Greek athletics. [Thomas Francis Scanlon] -- Scanlon's overview of Greek athletics explores when and how athletics was linked with religion, upbringing, gender, sexuality, and social values in an evolution from Homer until the Roman period. Ancient Greek athletics offer us a clear window on many important aspects of ancient culture, some of which have distinct parallels with modern sports and their place in our society. Ancient athletics were closely connected with religion, the formation of young men and women in their gender roles, and the construction of sexuality. Eros was, from one perspective, a major god . The book is a trove of bibliography and insights into most aspects of athletics in Greek culture. Most importantly, Scanlon has enriched our understanding of Eros, that most potent force in every culture."--Bryn Mawr Classical Review "Rewarding. Readers will find much interesting information on Greek athletics and the varied sources for : Thomas F. Scanlon.
Eros and Greek Athletics is the first in-depth study of Greek body culture as manifest in its athletics, sexuality, and gender formation. In this comprehensive overview, Thomas F. Scanlon explores when and how athletics was linked with religion, upbringing, gender, sexuality, and social values in an evolution from Homer until the Roman : Thomas F. Scanlon. [This book] will facilitate the teaching of Greek athletics to undergraduates. Instructors who teach ancient Greek athletics at the college level are fortunate to find themselves, finally, in a position to put Gardiner to the side and use a text that is engaging, informative, and up-to-date."—Journal of Sport History. In Greek mythology, Eros (UK: / ˈ ɪər ɒ s, ˈ ɛr ɒ s /, US: / ˈ ɛr ɒ s, ˈ ɛr oʊ s /; Ancient Greek: Ἔρως, "Desire") is the Greek god of love and sex. His Roman counterpart was Cupid ("desire"). In the earliest account, he is a primordial god, while in later accounts he is described as one of the children of Aphrodite and Ares and, with some of his siblings, was one of the Children: Hedone. Eros and Greek Athletics (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. Eros and Greek Athletics. Author. Scanlon, Thomas F. Publisher. Oxford University Press USA. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization.
Eros Comix: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Thomas Scanlon's book consists of an introduction, ten chapters, endnotes, bibliography, and index. Most of the text was published separately; only chapters 1, 7, and 9 are original. The introduction discusses the origin of athletics: games for the dead, contests for obtaining a bride, and markers of transitions through adolescence. Eros – known as Cupid to the Romans – was the Greek god of sexual attraction, a constant companion of sly depicted as either a beautiful youth or a mischievous nude boy, Eros is most commonly represented with a bow and an unlimited number of arrows which he uses to overpower the reason and incite erotic feelings in any mortal or god per Aphrodite’s or his . Ancient Greek Athletics by Stephen G Miller pp, Yale, £ Ancient Olympia was primarily a place of pagan worship. That is why, after Author: Nigel Spivey.