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Soldiers of ancient Rome in campaigns and in a life by P. Conolly

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By P. Conolly

Как воевали и как жили солдаты римских вооруженных сил? Как римляне строили свои знаменитые укрепленные форты? Как распределялось время римского солдата? Какое рацион питания был применим для легионеров? На все эти и другие вопросы дает ответ брошюра, электронный вариант которой предлагается читателям. Книга щедро проиллюстрирована цветными рисунками и фотографиями раритетных находок археологов. Издание адресуется самой широкой аудитории и не претендует на академичность.

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They are a principal means of referencing the past because of their (possible) durability, their life-cycle. Through durability and continuity of use, or through a tradition of production, the object can provide a medium wherein the transient present is brought into a much larger temporal experience of past-present, cultural order re-enacting its own self-creation, the particular practices of people in the present lost in the whole. This particular view entails an ideology of denying or making natural that which is subject to change.

Objects have a particular relation with time. They are a principal means of referencing the past because of their (possible) durability, their life-cycle. Through durability and continuity of use, or through a tradition of production, the object can provide a medium wherein the transient present is brought into a much larger temporal experience of past-present, cultural order re-enacting its own self-creation, the particular practices of people in the present lost in the whole. This particular view entails an ideology of denying or making natural that which is subject to change.

This is heuristic and not a definitive listing; there are many cross connections. It is necessarily an eclectic collection - just as in conversation, many different strategies may be adopted in engaging with what the interpreting party finds interesting. Concepts and bodies of theory play the important constitutive role of explaining, making sense or giving significance to different kinds of link or association. They may deal with anything relevant: for example, historical motivation, social practice, economics and manufacture.

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