Reprint, originally published New York: Sheed and Ward, 1956.
|Statement||H. I. Marrou ; translated by George Lamb.|
|Series||A Mentor book|
education, any process, either formal or informal, that shapes the potential of a maturing organism. Informal education results from the constant effect of environment, and its strength in shaping values and habits can not be overestimated. H. I. Marrous A History of Education in Antiquity has been an invaluable contribution in the fields of classical studies and history ever since its original publication in French in French historian H. I. Marrou traces the roots of classical education, from the warrior cultures of Homer, to the increasing importance of rhetoric and philosophy, to the adaptation of/5. Marrou's A History of Education in Antiquity has been an invaluable contribution in the fields of classical studies and history ever since its original publication in French in Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. pages. Includes bibliographies The origins of classical education from Homer to Isocrates. Education in Homeric times ; Spartan education ; Pederasty in classical education ; The "old" Athenian education ; The pedagogical revolution of the early sophists ; The masters of the classical tradition: Plato ; The masters of the classical tradition: Isocrates -- Classical education in the Hellenistic :
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A history of education in antiquity by Henri-Irénée Marrou, , The New American Library edition, in English History Created Aug ;Cited by: History of education in antiquity. New York, Sheed and Ward  (OCoLC) Online version: Marrou, Henri Irénée. History of education in antiquity. New York, Sheed and Ward  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henri Irénée Marrou. I doubt I will ever find a better book on education in Greco-Roman antiquity. Marrou gives a magisterial, thoughtful, detailed account of education in classical Greece (especially Athens and Sparta), the Hellenistic kingdoms, and Rome, up to monastic and episcopal schools in the Western Roman Empire and the University of Constantinople in the Eastern Roman Empire/5. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marrou, Henri Irénée. History of education in antiquity. [New York], The New American Library.
A History of Western Education: Vol 3: The Modern West, Europe and the New World (). Boyd, William, and Edmund J. King. The History of Western Education () Butts, R. Freeman. A Cultural History of Western Education: Its Social and Intellectual Foundations (2nd ed. ) online; Cook, T. G. The History of Education in Europe ( A History of Education in Antiquity by Henri I. Marrou, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(44). Education in Greek and Roman Antiquity brings together the scholarship of fourteen classicists who from their distinctive perspectives pluralize our understanding of what it meant to teach and learn in antiquity. These scholars together show that ancient education was a process of socialization that occurred through a variety of discourses and. This book surveys the history of higher education--principally universities--in Africa. Its geographical coverage encompasses the entire continent, from Afro-Arab Islamic Africa in the north to the former apartheid South Africa in the south, and the historical time span ranges from the Egyptian civilization to the present. Since little has been written on this topic, particularly its 5/5(2).