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The Senses in Antiquity Paperback Set

1st Edition

Edited by Shane Butler, Mark Bradley

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1,000 pages

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pub: 2019-02-01
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This set includes all six titles in The Senses in Antiquity series. Buying the set provides a significant saving as opposed to buying the books separately.

Series editors: Mark Bradley, University of Nottingham, UK, and Shane Butler, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Like us, ancient Greeks and Romans came to know and understand their world through their senses. Yet it has long been recognized that the world the ancients perceived, and the senses through which they channelled this information could operate differently from the patterns and processes of perception in the modern world. This series explores the relationship between perception, knowledge and understanding in the literature, philosophy, history, language and culture of ancient Greece and Rome.

 

Synaesthesia and the Ancient Senses

Edited by Shane Butler and Alex Purves

Smell and the Ancient Senses

Edited by Mark Bradley

Sight and the Ancient Senses

Edited by Michael Squire

Taste and the Ancient Senses

Edited by Kelli C. Rudolph

Touch and the Ancient Senses

Edited by Alex Purves

Sound and the Ancient Senses

Edited by Shane Butler and Sarah Nooter

Table of Contents

Synaesthesia and the Ancient Senses, edited by Shane Butler and Alex Purves

Smell and the Ancient Senses, edited by Mark Bradley

Sight and the Ancient Senses, edited by Michael Squire

Taste and the Ancient Senses, edited by Kelli C. Rudolph

Touch and the Ancient Senses, edited by Alex Purves

Sound and the Ancient Senses, edited by Shane Butler and Sarah Nooter

About the Editors

Series editors:

Mark Bradley, University of Nottingham, UK

Shane Butler, Johns Hopkins University, USA

About the Series

The Senses in Antiquity

Like us, ancient Greeks and Romans came to know and understand their world through their senses. Yet it has long been recognized that the world the ancients perceived, and the senses through which they channelled this information could operate differently from the patterns and processes of perception in the modern world. This series explores the relationship between perception, knowledge and understanding in the literature, philosophy, history, language and culture of ancient Greece and Rome.

 

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
HIS002000
HISTORY / Ancient / General