"The Dutch Atlantic during an era (following the imperial moment of the seventeenth century) in which Dutch military power declined and Dutch colonies began to chart a more autonomous path.
Author: Wim Klooster
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Business & Economics
"The Dutch Atlantic during an era (following the imperial moment of the seventeenth century) in which Dutch military power declined and Dutch colonies began to chart a more autonomous path. A revisionist history of the eighteenth-century Atlantic world, a counterpoint to the more widely known British and French Atlantic histories"--
Author: Stephen J. ShoemakerPublish On: 2018-10-02
In the final chapters, which interpret the visions, we find that the struggle between
the faithful Jews and their imperial overlords is paralleled by a simultaneous
battle taking place in the spiritual realm between the angelic forces led by Gabriel
Author: Stephen J. Shoemaker
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
In The Apocalypse of Empire, Stephen J. Shoemaker argues that earliest Islam was a movement driven by urgent eschatological belief that focused on the conquest, or liberation, of the biblical Holy Land and situates this belief within a broader cultural environment of apocalyptic anticipation. Shoemaker looks to the Qur'an's fervent representation of the imminent end of the world and the importance Muhammad and his earliest followers placed on imperial expansion. Offering important contemporary context for the imperial eschatology that seems to have fueled the rise of Islam, he surveys the political eschatologies of early Byzantine Christianity, Judaism, and Sasanian Zoroastrianism at the advent of Islam and argues that they often relate imperial ambition to beliefs about the end of the world. Moreover, he contends, formative Islam's embrace of this broader religious trend of Mediterranean late antiquity provides invaluable evidence for understanding the beginnings of the religion at a time when sources are generally scarce and often highly problematic. Scholarship on apocalyptic literature in early Judaism and Christianity frequently maintains that the genre is decidedly anti-imperial in its very nature. While it may be that early Jewish apocalyptic literature frequently displays this tendency, Shoemaker demonstrates that this quality is not characteristic of apocalypticism at all times and in all places. In the late antique Mediterranean as in the European Middle Ages, apocalypticism was regularly associated with ideas of imperial expansion and triumph, which expected the culmination of history to arrive through the universal dominion of a divinely chosen world empire. This imperial apocalypticism not only affords an invaluable backdrop for understanding the rise of Islam but also reveals an important transition within the history of Western doctrine during late antiquity.
To which is Prefixed a Review of the Progress of England from the Saxon Period
to . ... the king's prerogative was laid down as absolute ; and it was held by Bacon
— “ first , that the king may - restrain his subjects from going out of the realm ...
On questions of navigation and trade the king's prerogative was laid down as
absolute ; and it was held by Bacon— “ first , that the king may restrain any of his
subjects from going out of the realm ; second , that the king may forbid the ...
He then entered Persia, and conquered the whole realm between the Oxus and
the Tigris. Bagdad, until now the proud capital of the caliphs, submitted to his
sway. Soon the whole region of Asia, from the Sea of Aral to the Persian Gulf, and
Had the yet maiden Hermengarda been married , the husband of the Emperor ' s
daughter would unquestionably have been the presumptive successor ; but the
postulation made by the Lombard nobles sought to divide the realm between ...
517 among many intervening steps of progress , six memorable Statutes , which ,
standing prominently out , mark the ... except by the common council of the realm
; ” and that “ no freeman should be imprisoned except by the judgment of his ...
660 JOURNEY OF LI HUNG CHANG . fore gratifying to all friends of the empire to
learn that the vic eroy had been ... to the boundary of the Roman empire , and the
Roman empire extended to the Atlantic — two realms between the two oceans ...
Author: Trumbull White
A complete history of the War: Its causes and results; its campaigns on sea and lad; its terrific fights, gradn victories and overwhelming defeats. With a preliminary account of the customs, habits and history of the three peoples involved. Their cities, arts, sciences, amusements and literature.
... or plantations , situated anywhere within a distance 3 of twenty - four hours '
journey from the city of Bangkok , a realm between . to be computed by the rate at
which boats of the country The commerce of India , as well as of the can travel .
... residents in Siam may at any time buy or rent houses , graced and
strengthened by the links of many lands , or plantations , situated anywhere
within a distance of twenty - four hours ' journey from the city of Bangkok , a realm between . to be ...
Hugo Schmidt considers that the " novella ' s poetic impact derives from a topic
that appears here for the first time in his writings and henceforth . . . the realm between life and death . " 14 Both Robert Blauhut and Reinhard Lüth agree that
Author: Robert Dassanowsky
Publisher: Ariadne Press (CA)
Category: Literary Criticism
A former Austro-Hungarian officer and a nobleman, Alexander Lernet-Holenia (1897-1976) was a writer obsessed with the related concepts of postimperial Austrian national identity, Central European regionalism, and monarchism. Throughout most of his wide-ranging oeuvre, which includes novels, novellas, historical and biographical studies, short stories, essays, poetry, plays, and film scripts, he conveyed the image of an Austria inescapably haunted by the sociocultural elements of the lost Austro-Hungarian Empire. Reevaluation of Lernet-Holenia's work is overdue, because his fiction, previously understood only as imperial nostalgia, offers a significant representation of twentieth-century Austrian history from a conservative viewpoint. Using a sociopolitical approach, the present study analyzes the author's critical evaluations of post-imperial Austrian problems of national identity. Ten of Lernet-Holenia's works published between 1931 and 1969 - nine novels and one novella which deal specifically with Austrian society - are examined.
From the Accession of Charles I. to the Restoration: with an Introd., Tracing the
Progress of Society and of the ... that this your grace ' s realm , recognising no
superior under God but only your grace , hath been , and is , free from subjection
Hannibal could not invade Italy from the sea because the Romans controlled it
and would sink his ships . They never dreamt that he would lead his forces
across 1,500 miles and through two mountain ranges into Italy . A statue of
Author: Nigel Kelly
Category: Middle Ages
Living Through History is a complete Key Stage 3 course which brings out the exciting events in history. The course is available in two different editions, Core and Foundation. Every core title in the series has a parallel Foundation edition. Each Evaluation Pack includes the Assessment and Resource Pack and a free compendium volume student book. The resource packs include a variety of tasks which students should find interesting and enjoyable. They also include differentiated exercises to provide support for less able students and challenging work for more able students. Assessment exercises for the compulsory study units aim to help teachers monitor progress through NC levels.
... all combined constituting the Grand * of the Empire ; the second department to
be called the Grand * of the Realm ; the ... who is the supreme officer of the empire , to communicate with and receive reports from the Grand Dragons of Realms ...
Long term alliances between empires were a rarity in the Bronze Age , but short
term military alliances between major ... The realm between the second cataract
and Ugarit spanned a greater distance than that ever dominated by any other ...
Author: Christine Isom-VerhaarenPublish On: 2016-04-11
Living in the Ottoman Realm brings the Ottoman Empire to life in all of its ethnic, religious, linguistic, and geographic diversity.
Author: Christine Isom-Verhaaren
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Living in the Ottoman Realm brings the Ottoman Empire to life in all of its ethnic, religious, linguistic, and geographic diversity. The contributors explore the development and transformation of identity over the long span of the empire’s existence. They offer engaging accounts of individuals, groups, and communities by drawing on a rich array of primary sources, some available in English translation for the first time. These materials are examined with new methodological approaches to gain a deeper understanding of what it meant to be Ottoman. Designed for use as a course text, each chapter includes study questions and suggestions for further reading.
He also divided his realm between his two sons , giving the governing of Iran from Rey to the farthest east of the realm to Ma ' moun and leaving the western
part of the Islamic empire to Mohammad Amin . Until the year 810 ( 195 A . H . )
Author: Parviz S. Towfighi
This book explores the relationship between Iranian nationalism and Islam, especially Shi'ism as the adopted official religion of the country by the founder of the Safavid Dynasty in 1501 A.D. It covers selected periods in fourteen centuries of theIranian history with greater emphasis on the last two centuries where secular Western reformist ideas overlap with progressive religious thinking, resulting in the COnsitutional Movement of 1905-1909.
There is room here for just one example , drawn from the realm of monetary
politics . The Americans repeatedly declined to pony up the cash needed to back
British plans to make the pound convertible . Such an action would have set off a
Author: Marc Trachtenberg
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Incorporated
Written by scholars from both sides of the Atlantic, the work discusses the role European dependence on American support played in the history of European unification.
Restora- . the Cæsars , and hailed him Imperator Semper later , when Papacy
and Empire had been forced Augustus ... nor Charles nor division of the realm between the sons of Charany one among their advisers dreamt of reviving
tion of the Empire . the Cæsars , and hailed him Imperator Semper later , when
Papacy and Empire had been forced ... nor Charles nor division of the realm between the sons of Charany one among their advisers dreamt of reviving