Behinderungen Und Beeintrachtigungen / Disability and Impairment in Antiquity: Studies in Early Medicine Part 2 - British Archaeological Reports International Series 2359 (Paperback)

by Rupert Breitwieser

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The series Studies in Early Medicine was established to allow scholars from all disciplines a forum for presenting new, groundbreaking or challenging research into aspects of disease, disability, health, medicine and society in the ancient and early medieval world, from prehistory to the Middle Ages. This present volume is the second in the series and presents some recent research into disability and impairment in Antiquity. Contents: Preface (Rupert Breitwieser); 1) Disability and rehabilitation in the Graeco-Roman World (Manfred Horstmanshoff); 2) Zur Physiognomie und Ikonographie behinderter Menschen in der Antike (Ingomar Weiler); 3) Selbstreprasentation von Behinderung im Alten Agypten. Korperprothesen an Mumien und Grabstatuen voninderwuchsigen (Reinhard Selinger); 4) Cerebral paralysis in an ancient Egyptian female mummy from a 13th dynasty tomb - palaeopathological and radiological investigations (Sandra Losch, Stefanie Panzer, Andreas G. Nerlich); 5) Behinderung und Gesellschaft im klassischen Athen. Bemerkungen zur 24. Rede des Lysias (Josef Fischer); 6) Behinderung und Behinderte in den griechischen Papyri (Peter Arzt-Grabner); 7) 'Behinderung' und Leistungssport in der Antike? 'Mys' der wundersame Ringer (Monika Frass); 8) Epiktet - ein Portrat des Philosophen als behinderter Mensch (Peter Daniel Moser); 9) Kaiser Claudius und der Umgang mit Behinderten zur Zeit des julisch-claudischen Kaiserhauses (Peter Emberger); 10) Mentally and Physically Challenged Persons in Martial's Epigrams (Bert Gevaert); 11) Angeborene Fehlbildungen in der Zeit der romischen Republik in den 'Prodigien' des Iulius Obsequens (Lutz Alexander Graumann); 12) Epilepsie und die Welt der paideia in der Spatantike (Jorit Wintjes); 13) The Forgiveness of Sins as Healing Method in the New Testament (Thomas Hentrich); 14) Lakuntaka-Bhaddiya ein verkannter Arahant. Eine ungewohnliche 'Heiligen-Vita' des Theravada-Buddhismus (Wolfgang Hartl); 15) Linkshandigkeit in der Antike - eine Behinderung? (Edith Humer); 16) 'A lame man can ride a deaf man can killa dead man is of no use to anyone'. When was a deformity not a disability in Early Medieval Europe? (Timothy E. Jones).Papers in German and English.vii + 135p (Archaeopress 2012)

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Published
04/04/2012

Publisher
British Archaeological Reports

ISBN
9781407309453


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