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Academic Information | New Development of Current Egyptology Research

2020-07-02 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

Since 1822, when French scholar Shang Poliang deciphered hieroglyphs and Egyptology was announced, Egyptology has developed with each passing day in 200 years. Today, what new developments have taken place in this slightly younger discipline, which takes the ancient Egyptian civilization as its research object? The author recently attended the 12th International Congress of Egyptology • Read More »

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The 4th National Forum of Young and Middle-aged Scholars in World History

2020-07-02 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

After negotiation, it was decided that the editorial department of World History will cooperate with the School of History and Culture of Hebei Normal University to hold the 4th National Forum of Young and Middle-aged Scholars in World History, which will be held in mid-October 2020. At present, we are looking for contributions from academic • Read More »

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Selected Works M.I. Finley: Ancient Economy

2020-07-02 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

What is the difference between ancient economy and modern economy? Whether the ancient economy has the characteristics and regularity revealed by the modern economic theory. Finley believed that there was no economic field in the modern sense in ancient times. The ancient economy was more related to wealth, status and identity, and was not purely • Read More »

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The Origin of the Olympic Movement

2020-06-24 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

One day in 776 BC, the first Olympic Games on the Peloponnese Peninsula began. This is the day when the ancient Olympic Movement officially went down in history. Today, let’s trace back to the long river of history and explore the Olympics that you do not know. It is generally believed that the Olympic Games • Read More »

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NATO and Trans-Atlantic Air Pollution Control (1969-1976)

2020-06-24 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

:: History of international relations· NATO and Trans-Atlantic Air Pollution Control (1969-1976) The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is usually regarded as Europe and the United States.An international military and political organization established by the state to realize defense cooperation and political consultation.However, with the advent of the Cold War detente era and the rise of • Read More »

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Interview with Liu Jiahe: Rational Structure-Comparing the Fundamental Similarities and Differences of Chinese and Western Thinking

2020-06-23 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

[Collection of Views] * Rationality has different contents and categories, and different types of rationality form different rational structures. Although the outbreak of rationality is the common feature of Chinese and Western civilizations in the axial era, their rational structures are not the same.   * Logical rationality dominates western thinking, while historical rationality leads Chinese thinking. • Read More »

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Academic Information Peng Lei: Socrates and Family

2020-06-23 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

Socrates and the Family 2020On the evening of June 20, 2002, the 39th lecture of “Classical Studies Forum” of Zhejiang University was broadcast live online for the first time on Tencent Conference and Serge Mile Platform. This lecture was given by Peng Lei, Associate Professor of the Faculty of Literature of Renmin University of China, • Read More »

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On the Formation of the Concept of “the Death of the Western Roman Empire in 476”

2020-06-23 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

Summary: The abdication of Romulus Augustus in 476 A.D. Is often regarded as a landmark event in the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Researchers have different understandings of this event.Historical materials from the late 5th century and the early 6th century show that people at that time did not regard 476 as a • Read More »

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On the Eastern Factors in Greek Civilization

2020-06-22 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Character.

Summary: There are probably many people who believe today that Western civilization is very different from other civilizations in other parts of the world and evolved independently from ancient Greek and Roman civilizations through medieval Christian civilization to modern industrial civilization. Even some people attribute the political, economic, legal, cultural and educational systems in Europe • Read More »

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