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by Dr Peter Fibiger Bang,Professor Dariusz Kolodziejczyk

  • ISBN: 1107022673
  • Author: Dr Peter Fibiger Bang,Professor Dariusz Kolodziejczyk
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 398
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (October 8, 2012)
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Peter Fibiger Bang, Dariusz Kolodziejczyk. Cambridge University Press, Aug 16, 2012 - History - 378 pages

Peter Fibiger Bang, Dariusz Kolodziejczyk. Cambridge University Press, Aug 16, 2012 - History - 378 pages. The claim by certain rulers to universal empire has a long history stretching as far back as the Assyrian and Achaemenid Empires.

A COMPARATIVE APPROACH TO IMPERIAL CULTURE AND REPRESENTATION IN EURASIAN HISTORY (Cambridge University Press 2012). 56, maps 8. ISBN 978-1-107-02267-6. Comparative work on imperial cultures - PETER FIBIGER BANG and DAIUSZ KOŁODZIEJCZYK (ed., UNIVERSAL EMPIRE. A COMPARATIVE APPROACH TO IMPERIAL CULTURE AND REPRESENTATION IN EURASIAN HISTORY (Cambridge University Press 2012).

Peter Fibiger Bang is Associate Professor of History at The Saxo Institute, University of. .He is a Roman historian interested in comparative and world history.

Peter Fibiger Bang is Associate Professor of History at The Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen and holds a doctorate from the University of Cambridge. dk) and has been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of Tubingen and Heidelberg.

Peter Fibiger Bang is Associate Professor of History at The Saxo Institute . 10. Universal Empire: A Comparative Approach to Imperial Culture and Representation in Eurasian History (Paperback). Dariusz Kołodziejczyk is Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Warsaw and at the Polish Academy of Sciences. He has published extensively on the Ottoman Empire, the Crimean Khanate and international and intercultural relations in Eastern Europe.

Author: Dariusz Kolodziejczyk Peter Fibiger Bang. As such it is an exercise in comparative world history combining a multiplicity of approaches, from ancient history, to literary and philosophical studies, to the history of art and international relations and historical sociology.

The claim by certain rulers to universal empire has a long history stretching as far back as the Assyrian and Achaemenid Empires. This book traces its various manifestations in classical antiquity, the Islamic world, Asia and Central America as well as considering seventeenth- and eighteenth-century European discussions of international order. As such it is an exercise in comparative world history combining a multiplicity of approaches, from ancient history, to literary and philosophical studies, to the history of art and international relations and historical sociology. The notion of universal, imperial rule is presented as an elusive and much coveted prize among monarchs in history, around which developed forms of kingship and political culture. Different facets of the phenomenon are explored under three, broadly conceived, headings: symbolism, ceremony and diplomatic relations; universal or cosmopolitan literary high-cultures; and, finally, the inclination to present universal imperial rule as an expression of cosmic order.

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