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Das Mittelmeer: Eine Biographie (German Edition) By David Abulafia Michael Bischoff Das Mittelmeer Eine Biographie German Edition Die Geschichte des Mittelmeeres ist die Geschichte unserer Zivilisation Das gro artige opulente Werk zur Geschichte des Mittelmeers seit mehr als Jahren ist das Mittelmeer eines der Zentren der
  • Title: Das Mittelmeer: Eine Biographie (German Edition)
  • Author: David Abulafia Michael Bischoff
  • ISBN: 9783104028118
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  • Das Mittelmeer: Eine Biographie (German Edition) By David Abulafia Michael Bischoff Die Geschichte des Mittelmeeres ist die Geschichte unserer Zivilisation.Das gro artige, opulente Werk zur Geschichte des Mittelmeers seit mehr als 3000 Jahren ist das Mittelmeer eines der Zentren der zivilisierten Welt An seiner geographischen Achse entscheiden sich bereits zu Zeiten Trojas politische und kulturelle Neuerungen, die von weltpolitischer Bedeutung sind VoDie Geschichte des Mittelmeeres ist die Geschichte unserer Zivilisation.Das gro artige, opulente Werk zur Geschichte des Mittelmeers seit mehr als 3000 Jahren ist das Mittelmeer eines der Zentren der zivilisierten Welt An seiner geographischen Achse entscheiden sich bereits zu Zeiten Trojas politische und kulturelle Neuerungen, die von weltpolitischer Bedeutung sind Von hier aus werden neue Reiche erobert, Grenzen verschoben, Weltanschauungen durchgesetzt, Irrfahrten begangen, es gab Schrecken, Kriege, Fehden, Erst rmungen und Trag dien Aber es existiert ebenso die andere Seite, und diese besteht aus der unvergleichlichen Geschichte eines Dialog verschiedener Kulturen, Identit ten, Politiken, Wissenschaften, Handel und Religionen entlang der K sten des Gew ssers, f r das die R mer noch den einen, allbezeichnenden Namen hatten Mare Nostrum Abulafia schl gt einen Bogen durch Raum und Zeit und zeigt, wie das Mittelmeer zu eben jenem kraftvollen Ort wurde, an dem sich die Geschichte der Menschheit auf einzigartige Weise widerspiegelt Ein aufsehenerregendes Werk mit einem reichen Farbbildteil Eine gelehrte Geschichte der Menschheit erz hlt anhand des Mittelmeeres packend, welthaltig, blutig, lustvoll , die durch ihre Gelehrtheit, Begeisterung und Bereitschaft zu Staunen besticht Simon Sebag Montefiore, Autor von Jerusalem Dieses Buch wird f r lange Zeit konkurenzlos sein Literary Review Dieses Buch ist ein Meilenstein The Independent Die vielf ltige Qualit t von Abulafias Wissen ist fast unheimlich Observer Dieses epische, hervorragend zu lesende und gelehrte Werk ber die Geburtsst tte des Westens das Mittelmeer , ist der Kandidat f r das Geschichtsbuch des Jahres Abulafia bertrumpft sie alle Sunday Times
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    1. David Abulafia Michael Bischoff

      David Samuel Harvard Abulafia is a British historian with a particular interest in Italy, Spain and the rest of the Mediterranean during the Middle Ages and Renaissance His published works include Frederick II, The Mediterranean in History, Italy in the central Middle Ages, The Discovery of Mankind Atlantic encounters in the age of Columbus and The Great Sea a human history of the Mediterranean.

    117 thoughts on “Das Mittelmeer: Eine Biographie (German Edition)”

    1. This is a human history of the Mediterranean Sea, from over 10,000 years ago to 2010 I saw that this had received a favorable review in the Economist so I got a copy, but was hesitant to plunge in it is a rather long volume I started it last Friday and could not put it down It tells a coherent and entertaining story of five different seas that seems on target, provides a believable overall narrative, and yet includes all sorts of tidbits about people, places, and odd facts that makes books like [...]



    2. After reading Norwich s A History of Venice, I looked at his other books, and saw one on the Mediterranean that looked interesting However, most of the reviews for it said it was okay, but Abulafia s The Great Sea was much better, so I put that on my wishlist instead, and got it for Christmas.It s a large, expansive, book, covering from prehistory to the current day 2010 Abulafia purposefully tries to limit the scope of his book by sticking to subjects that impinge directly on the Mediterranean [...]


    3. For over three thousand years, the Mediterranean Sea has been one of the great centres of world civilisation This book, the cover tells me, is the first complete history of the Mediterranean from the erection of the mysterious temples on Malta around 3500 BC to the recent invention of the Mediterranean s shores as a tourist destination I was immediately fascinated how does a history of a sea read People interact with the sea in a number of ways, but they don t live on it What facts become import [...]


    4. Good grief finally done This really, really long I was desperately checking how many pages I had left already by page 600 or so It s not entirely terrible theres lots of interesting episodes, anecdotes and details that are fun Ocassionally, theres even a whole few pages of coherent information about something that I actually understand technology, language, trade, physical conditions of slaves, etc This is actual stuff about actual stuff, and I find it interesting The problem is that it s inters [...]


    5. Superb, superb, superb A keeper for the rest of my life, a book I will dip in and out of, I am certain, many many times have now read cover to cover twice before I lay aside I am an Asia historian but one can not escape the importance of Mediterranean Europe upon Asian history and culture, hence the value of this work that systematically goes into each of the great ages of the Mediterranean, its peoples, its cultures, its wars, its injustices, its epidemics, its destinies This is not to say ther [...]


    6. This massive tome details the history of the Mediterranean sea, starting with the first known inhabitants and going right up to 2010 Given the length of the book and the scope of the subject it s remarkably readable Abulafia has an impressive ability to turn what could be a dry account of facts into a page turner at least by the standards of history books.The focus is on larger societal trends and changes, the interactions between the peoples, cities, and nations surrounding the Mediterranean an [...]


    7. I ll never actually finish this book I must have had it for a couple of years now It s another that I ll always have on my bookshelf to dip into when I want to look something up or read about a particular place or period It s a bit too dense for my taste but an excellent resource.


    8. I found The Great Sea to be an extremely enjoyable and informative book The goal of the author, a professor at the University of Cambridge, is to trace the history of the Mediterranean Sea in terms of its periodic rises, declines, and re organizations as a single commercial, cultural and even under the Romans political zone Specifically, David Abulafia divides the history of the Mediterranean into five periods prehistoric, classical, medieval, great powers, and modern The author s interest is no [...]


    9. Professor David Abulafia, one of the most respected and established historians of the Mediterranean world in the Middle Ages, concludes this hefty volume with the claim that the Mediterranean Sea has played a role in the history of human civilization that has far surpassed any other expanse of sea Although historians of other expanses of sea would no doubt vociferously defend the claims of their own subject in this respect historians have a tendency to be territorial about such things , Abulafia [...]


    10. David Abulafia s history is epic in both design and scope It s an incredible achievement, exploring the Mediterranean from as far back as 22000BC right through to the present day I don t think Abulafia has the narrative touch nor the understanding of some aspects of the Levant that Phillip Mansel does Abulafia does, however, have a phenomenal knowledge of Jewish history and the many successes and tragedies that history entails I also had the feeling at times that Abulafia believes in race and bl [...]


    11. The first 80 pages has been a chore to read There s just a lot of archeological speculation, no sense of narrative at all Everything the author writes is probably academically sound, but it s incredibly dull reading I could of course go on in the hope that it will improve The book might be entertaining in later periods when it is based on written history rather than archeology, but I have lost confidence in the authors ability to entertain ,and life is just too short to force myself through a b [...]


    12. Very impressive in its breadth, and surprisingly engaging for such a long book He, like anyone else studying a topic as broad and deep as the Mediterranean, acknowledges his deep debt to Braudel Nonetheless, Abulafia seeks to dismantle Braudel s longue dur e view of the Mediterranean as relatively stable with a view of the societies surrounding the sea as constantly changing, divided broadly into five different Mediterraneans over time I think he is largely successful in his task at the very lea [...]


    13. Ein fantastisches Buch, gro artig geschrieben im Bezug auf die wissenschaftlichen Fakten und Qualit ten, wie auch den literarischen Stil Man f hlt sich st ndig, in jeder Epoche, vom Mittelmeer umgeben Ein Muss f r alle Interessierten an Globalgeschichte.


    14. A massive study but at the same time a joy to read Learned something new almost on every page Deserves to become the standard textbook on this topic Attempts to guts Braudel s thesis and comes close to achieving it very fair mind on everything that has to so with a Greece and the Greeks.


    15. Ein opulentes Werk, dass die Geschichte des Mittelmeeres aus einer ungew hnlichen Warte schildert Insbesondere die wirtschaftlichen Beziehungen und die sich wandelnden Handelsrouten, die technischen Fortschritte in der Nautik und die sich daraus entwickelnden multiethnischen Gesellschaften werden brilliant geschildert Der Autor h tte aber wohl mit dem Beginn des 20 Jahrhunderts enden sollen Je n her die Gegenwart r ckt, desto scherer gelingt es dem Autor, seine pers nlichen Antipathien gegen ein [...]


    16. My three star rating isn t strictly fair to the content of The Great Sea, which is very good, but rather with the difficulty I had in reading it It took me two weeks because I would repeatedly lose focus and have my mind wander only to realize that I d been reading and rereading the same section multiple times without ever really taking it in, and I d either switch what I was reading or give up Maybe it s because of the book s format It s simultaneously dense and choppy full of citations and quo [...]


    17. Monumentale monografie a voci plurime che valsa il quarto di centone sborsato va da s che ormai qualunque novit editoriale scritta dal primo pisquano che passa a meno di 18 non la vendono nemmeno alla bancarella, e spendere 25 per un VERO libro come questo non dopotutto un gran sforzo paragonato a cotante porcherie che occludono e sopraffanno interi scaffali librari in tutto l Occidente.Al di l di quest ampia e inutile premessa, confermo che questo saggione che, in scioltezza, riassume 5000 anni [...]


    18. This is a magnificently written, remarkable, view changing book It is impossible to write a thorough review of this 600 page book not to mention the over 100 pages of notes references that covers the history of the Mediterranean Sea from before written history to the present day However, let me say that Abulafia does an absolutely astounding job of relating this history without pre conceived notions or prejudice The book is highly readable and an eye opening joy Simply by reporting on the people [...]


    19. This was a bit dryer than I d expected from a best seller history The style made me think of a curmudgeonly academic who occasionally throws chalk dusters at dozing first years The structure sticks almost slavishly to the chronology which is sort of his point Abulafia s brand of history stands against faddy isms and narrow foci Not for him a Marxist view of the Mediterranean, the tale of women on that sea is summed up in a paragraph at the end, he basically says here s a couple of examples someo [...]


    20. I have enough books waiting to be read that it is really going to have to seem remarkable for me to read a 600 book This one failed for a number of reasons I found his explanation of why he insisted on using BC and AD weak He clearly just prefers that usage But that was minor What really ended the book for me was the following After explaining that he wasn t going to include Ancient Egypt because they really weren t interested in the outside world, including the Mediterranean, he then proceeds t [...]


    21. Antes de hablar de l no lo he le do entero Solamente quer a ver la parte de historia antigua, aunque he acabado llegando hasta Lepanto Vamos, que a pesar de ser un libro de historia al final engancha y todo Lo mejor un 25% del libro es bibliograf a Sea cual sea la parte que m s te interese, puede tirar del hilo y tener lecturas para una vida y media so s , es una historia de miles de a os, por lo que est claro que no es un libro para profundizar, y es una historia del Mediterr neo, por lo que ap [...]


    22. This had a useful and unusual perspective on European history, and it did surprisingly well with dealing with huge swathes of time and technology and cultures It did pretty well with the bits I was familiar with, which gave me confidence for the bits I was not familiar with I think this is a book it would do most people good to read, because it fits things together and gives perspective really, in a book that covers three thousand years and the entire Mediterranean there are going to be bits eve [...]


    23. I read this book at the same time as the newer book The Silk Roads from Frankopan and compared them Even tough this book does have a unique and original way of presenting history, I just felt it lacked the classical narrative and the details to complete the processes In one way putting the stage on the Mediterranean the author put himself both in advantage and disadvantage, since he couldn t explain why some events led to the occurrences he mentions in his book in the first place Also writing a [...]


    24. Writing the whole history of the Mediterranean is an enormous undertaking It is hard for a writer to tackle, and it s hard for a reader to plough through just for the simple reason that not everything can be on the same level of interest and that goes for both writer and reader And I have to be honest, some parts of the book made my eye brows rise for example when it comes to interpreting the temples on Malta, and talk about the shape of the temples and their womb like internal passages , where [...]


    25. More than an amazing collection of Historical facts and information about the ancient Mediterranean, this is a brilliant bit of editing The Author has an inimitable style the blends relevant information with a fascinating narrative.This book never flags, it never meanders, it s just a steady flow of information in context It s comprehensive without being list like.Because modern History needs context, this work stands out to me as probably the premiere compendium of everything worth knowing abou [...]


    26. Actually does a good job of treating each time frame equally Really seems to like trade, partially cause that s where a lot of the evidence is Actually focuses on the Mediterranean exclusively A bit encyclopedic Gives a good amount of info but sometimes is too brief to establish character or meaning


    27. I just can t go on with this one This is the first book ever that I am not going to finish I love non fiction history, but I CANNOT get into this one It is too boring Very informative, but it is not keeping my interest Maybe I ll go back to it one of these days, but I have way too many other books to read.



    28. This is a book that could be a valuable reference resource to someone working on a college research project It covers the history of the Mediterranean from the first recorded instances of human travel through modern times, in exhaustive detail The author, a Cambridge professor, references diligently that section at the back of this book is longer than many published works Great pains are taken to avoid drifting from the subject at hand the Sea, those who traveled on it, and the ports at its edge [...]


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