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New York: Selmar Hess, 1894 VOLUME III OF 8 VOL. EDITION: STATESMEN AND SAGES: ALFRED THE GREAT; ST. AMBROSE; ARCHIMEDES; ARISTOTLE; ST. AUGUSTINE OF CANTERBURY; ST. AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO; FRANCIS BACON; WILLIAM BRADFORD; AUGUSTUS CAESAR; JOHN CALVIN; CHARLES I, OF ENGLAND; CHARLES V. OF GERMANY; MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO; NICHOLAS COPERNICUS; OLIVER CROMWELL, DAVID, KING OF ISRAEL; DEMOSTHENES; DIOGENES; ELIZABETH, QUEEN OF ENGLAND; FREDERICK, THE GREAT ELECTOR; GALILEO GALILEI; JOHN HUSS; ISABELLA OF CASTILE; JUSTINIAN THE GREAT; JOHN KNOX; LOUIS XI OF FRANCE; LOUIS XIV; MARTIN LUTHER; LYCURGUS; MAHOMET; MOSES; ST. PATRICK; WILLIAM PENN; PERICLES; CARDINAL RICHLIEU; SOCRATES; SOLOMON; THEMISTOCLES The biographies of 40 prominent personages in history. CLEAN & BRIGHT, Brown leather, finely pebbled boards w/darker brown, leather quater binding & at corner tips, gilt engraved lettering & thistle design to cover & banded spinestrip, with only mild show of rubbing & shelf wear (if any). Red closed edging match marbled endpapers on coated stock. interiors near fine. NO names, markings, soil, smudge, off-setting, age discolor or foxing. Frontispiece w/ labeled tissue guard, decorated title page, high grade quality paper of sturdy stock, profusely & WONDERFULLY illustrated throughout, w/wood engravings, photogravures, typogravures & pen & pencil sketches, by numerus artists' with captioned tissue guards. VERY PRETTY & binding makes a fine attractive display to any library shelf!. F. Hardcover. Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Selmar Hess, 1894, Montreal, Quebec.: The Messenger Press / D. & J. Sadlier.. Good with no dust jacket. (1930). Hardcover. 12mo - 17.5 x 12 cm.; 219 - [3] pp. Marbled cloth in red / brown and gray over boards with gilt lettering on spine. The original publisher's name and address (Messenger Press of Montreal) is covered over with a label from D. & J. Sadlier & Co. of Montreal. The date given (1930) is that of the approbations as no other date is specified. Illustrated with 20 full page black and white photographic plates one of which is the frontis. The externals show only quite mild shelf wear and the interior is very clean. There is a ghost of a library number on the spine along with a similar sticker ghost. No other library markings are noted. The binding is a tad shaken though it appears this is more a result of the type of binding rather than any use. It is still quite sound in spite of this and there are no loose pages or gatherings. This book is rather scarce in the English edition.; Ex-Library ., The Messenger Press / D. & J. Sadlier., Brandeis University Press, Waltham / University Press of New England, Hanover: 2001. Hardcover, no dustjacket (as issued). Brand new book. Slight water mark on cover. A preeminent classical scholar on the emergence of one of our most familiar social divisions. In three magisterial essays, Peter Brown, one of the world's foremost scholars of the society and culture of late antiquity, explores the emergence in late Roman society of "the poor" as a distinct social class, one for which the Christian church claimed a special responsibility. It is the story of how a society came to see itself as responsible for the care of a particular class of people - a class that had not previously been cared for - and of who benefited from that shift in interests. In his characteristically elegant and lucid prose, Brown seeks to recover the pre-Christian status of poor people, the actual nature of the relations between the Christian church and the poor, and the true motivations - sometimes sincere, sometimes self-serving - behind Christian rhetoric of love for the poor. He draws not only on the standard Greek and Latin sources for the later Roman Empire, but also on Jewish sources to document the interactions between Middle Eastern provincial societies and classical Roman traditions. Brown gracefully illuminates a crucial transition from classical to Christian culture: the emergence of a new understanding of what society - and the Church - owes to the poor that continues to resonate. Peter Brown, Rollins Professor of History at Princeton University, is a leading authority on the society of late antiquity and early Christianity. He is author of Augustine of Hippo: A Biography (1967, 2000), The Rise of Western Christendom (1996), Authority and the Sacred (1995), and The Body and Society: Men, Women, and Sexual Renunciation in Early Christianity (1988). "The three essays that make up Poverty and Leadership in the Later Roman Empire, originally delivered as the Menahem Stern Lecture at Jerusalem in May of 2000, are the most concerted analytic attack yet offered by any ancient historian on the problem of poverty."ÑNew York Review of Books ISBN: 1584651458., Brandeis University Press, Waltham / University Press of New England, Hanover: 2001

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[EAN: 9781584651451], Neubuch, [PU: Brandeis University Press, Waltham / University Press of New England, Hanover], POVERTY, PETER BROWN, LEADERSHIP, CHRISTIAN CHURCH, ROMAN EMPIRE, History|Ancient|Rome, Religion|Religion, Politics & State, 172 pages. Hardcover, no dustjacket (as issued). New book. Slight water mark on cover. ANCIENT HISTORY. A preeminent classical scholar on the emergence of one of our most familiar social divisions. In three magisterial essays, Peter Brown, one of the world's foremost scholars of the society and culture of late antiquity, explores the emergence in late Roman society of "the poor" as a distinct social class, one for which the Christian church claimed a special responsibility. It is the story of how a society came to see itself as responsible for the care of a particular class of people - a class that had not previously been cared for - and of who benefited from that shift in interests. In his characteristically elegant and lucid prose, Brown seeks to recover the pre-Christian status of poor people, the actual nature of the relations between the Christian church and the poor, and the true motivations - sometimes sincere, sometimes self-serving - behind Christian rhetoric of love for the poor. He draws not only on the standard Greek and Latin sources for the later Roman Empire, but also on Jewish sources to document the interactions between Middle Eastern provincial societies and classical Roman traditions. Brown gracefully illuminates a crucial transition from classical to Christian culture: the emergence of a new understanding of what society - and the Church - owes to the poor that continues to resonate. Peter Brown, Rollins Professor of History at Princeton University, is a leading authority on the society of late antiquity and early Christianity. He is author of Augustine of Hippo: A Biography (1967, 2000), The Rise of Western Christendom (1996), Authority and the Sacred (1995), and The Body and Society: Men, Women, and Sexual Renunciation in Early Christianity (1988). "The three essays that make up Poverty and Leadership in the Later Roman Empire, originally delivered as the Menahem Stern Lecture at Jerusalem in May of 2000, are the most concerted analytic attack yet offered by any ancient historian on the problem of poverty."ÑNew York Review of Books (Key Words: Poverty, Peter Brown, Leadership, Christian Church, Roman Empire).

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A preeminent classical scholar on the emergence of one of our most familiar social divisions.

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