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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Migration, Genealogie und Typologie Die Konstruktion von Identitäten in Pindars fünfter Isthmie

Stenger, Jan 20 December 2013 (has links) (PDF)
In seiner fünften Isthmischen Ode verarbeitet der griechische Chorlyriker Pindar einen Mythos, in dem die Motive Migration und Genealogie eine prominente Rolle spielen. Obgleich sich der Mythos der Aiakiden für die Konstruktion von Identitäten eigentlich nicht eignet, verwendet das Siegeslied die heroischen Leistungen der Aiakossöhne, um den Ruhm sowohl des Adressaten als auch der Einwohner der Insel Ägina zu mehren. Da die Aiakiden im Mythos ihre Heimat Ägina gezwungenermaßen verlassen, war die Inselbevölkerung nicht in der Lage, eine direkte Blutsverwandtschaft mit ihnen zu postulieren. Daher ersinnt Pindar eine Strategie, um Migration und Genealogie neu zu akzentuieren. Indem er die Muster von Wanderung und Genealogie betont und gleichzeitig die engen familiären Bindungen unter den Aiakiden auf die Familie des Adressaten projiziert, transformiert Pindar die Konzepte von Migration und Verwandtschaft in zeitlose Narrative. Auf diese Weise wird die ,reale‘ Genealogie gewissermaßen in eine Typologie verwandelt, in der sowohl der Adressat und seine Familie als auch die Inselbevölkerung den mythischen Helden entsprechen. In his fifth Isthmian the Greek lyric poet Pindar reworks a myth that combines the motifs of migration and genealogy. Although the story of the sons of Aeacus does not lend itself easily to identity work, the victory song exploits the heroic deeds of the most famous Aeacids, in order to enhance the glory of both its addressee and the audience. Since the sons of Aeacus were forced to emigrate from their home Aegina and therefore it was not possible for the fifth-century islanders to claim blood kinship with their lineage, Pindar conceived a new form of dealing with migration and genealogy. By highlighting the patterns of wandering and return and by simultaneously assimilating the strong family ties among the Aeacids to those of the victor’s family the poet transforms the concepts of migration and kinship into timeless narratives. As a result, the ‘real’ genealogy is replaced by a (so to speak) typology, in which on the one hand victor and his family and on the other hand the islanders resemble the mythical heroes.
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New Building In Historical Settlement As An Urban Conservation Problem: A Case Study In Tarsus

Bilgic, Umut 1 April 2004 (has links) (PDF)
This thesis develops around the theme of new building problem in historical settlements. Rapid and uncontrollable urbanization due to industrialization and over dense population is resulting in the demolishment of the existing historical settlements in our country. Despite this change, as the main goal of conservation is to provide historical continuity, the existence of the new buildings in historical settings as the products of this process come out to be an urban conservation problem. The current regulations for the new buildings in historical settings being applied in the norms of conservation plans are usually inadequate to bring out successfully integrated new buildings with the traditional setting due to their standard approaches to the problem. In that sense within this thesis study, Kizilmurat district of Tarsus is selected as the study area and a methodology is referred that considers the identity of the settlement and comments on the current regulations for the introduction of a proposal new building principles. Within the light of these proposed principles existing new buildings as the latest layer of the settlement are also evaluated and several interventions are brought out.
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Die skrifbeskouing van die vroeë kerkvaders uit Afrika (veral Tertullianus en Augustinus) en hulle relevansie vir Suidelike-Afrika (Afrikaans)

Odendaal, Johann Wilhelm Smallberger 20 April 2007 (has links)
Scripture is God’s Word in human language – a truth reflected over 2000years of Church history. Without this truth, proper knowledge of God is impossible. All human efforts to come to a true and meaningful understanding of God, lead to a variety of religious “isms.” The pluralism, post-modernism and post-Christian society of the 21st century, brings its own challenges. Words mean nothing and truth is relative. There are, however, unique resemblances with the pluralism, pre-modern and pre-Christian society of the patristic. From a historical-theological perspective, the researcher points out that these resemblances could shed light on the current burning issue around the authority of Scripture. This historic continuity with the patristic and apostolic tradition is addressed in relation to Tertullian and Augustine. Both these Church Fathers had to give Biblical answer to the burning issues of their day that sought to undermine the authority of Scripture. The patristic’s emphasis on the authority of Scripture, stems from the unique unity between the Old and New Testament. It finds expression in the Apostolic preaching – regula fidei – the rule by which sound theology and godly living is guaranteed. Their historical-literal method of Biblical exegesis reflects a Christian worldview in contrast to the secular worldview of their day. In conclusion the researcher points out the relevance of this study for Southern-Africa. The confusion within the ranks of society, and the disillusionment of hundreds of thousands in Africa concerning the role of the Church, ask for clear direction and uncompromising answers on the fundamentals of the Christian faith with the framework of the authority of Scripture. Dissertation (MA (Church History))--University of Pretoria, 2007. Church History and Church Polity unrestricted
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Migration, Genealogie und Typologie

Stenger, Jan 20 December 2013 (has links) (PDF)
In seiner fünften Isthmischen Ode verarbeitet der griechische Chorlyriker Pindar einen Mythos, in dem die Motive Migration und Genealogie eine prominente Rolle spielen. Obgleich sich der Mythos der Aiakiden für die Konstruktion von Identitäten eigentlich nicht eignet, verwendet das Siegeslied die heroischen Leistungen der Aiakossöhne, um den Ruhm sowohl des Adressaten als auch der Einwohner der Insel Ägina zu mehren. Da die Aiakiden im Mythos ihre Heimat Ägina gezwungenermaßen verlassen, war die Inselbevölkerung nicht in der Lage, eine direkte Blutsverwandtschaft mit ihnen zu postulieren. Daher ersinnt Pindar eine Strategie, um Migration und Genealogie neu zu akzentuieren. Indem er die Muster von Wanderung und Genealogie betont und gleichzeitig die engen familiären Bindungen unter den Aiakiden auf die Familie des Adressaten projiziert, transformiert Pindar die Konzepte von Migration und Verwandtschaft in zeitlose Narrative. Auf diese Weise wird die ,reale‘ Genealogie gewissermaßen in eine Typologie verwandelt, in der sowohl der Adressat und seine Familie als auch die Inselbevölkerung den mythischen Helden entsprechen. In his fifth Isthmian the Greek lyric poet Pindar reworks a myth that combines the motifs of migration and genealogy. Although the story of the sons of Aeacus does not lend itself easily to identity work, the victory song exploits the heroic deeds of the most famous Aeacids, in order to enhance the glory of both its addressee and the audience. Since the sons of Aeacus were forced to emigrate from their home Aegina and therefore it was not possible for the fifth-century islanders to claim blood kinship with their lineage, Pindar conceived a new form of dealing with migration and genealogy. By highlighting the patterns of wandering and return and by simultaneously assimilating the strong family ties among the Aeacids to those of the victor’s family the poet transforms the concepts of migration and kinship into timeless narratives. As a result, the ‘real’ genealogy is replaced by a (so to speak) typology, in which on the one hand victor and his family and on the other hand the islanders resemble the mythical heroes.

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