AndroLib
Zoeken naar Android Apps?
Android Market in EnglishMarket Android en FrançaisAndroid Market en EspañolMercato android in ItalianoAndroid Market auf DeutschAndroid Market in EnglishAndroid Markt in het Nederlandse
中文版电子市场Android Market in JapaneseAndroid Market v ČeštiněAndroid Market на русскомAndroid Market em Português (Brasil)한국어 안드로이드 마켓Android Butiken på svenska
Dev corner | My Favorites
0 Estimated number of Applications downloaded in the Android Market

Vind een applicatie of spel voor Android :

You are Here
Home > Applicaties > Boeken en referentie > Aesop's Books collection


More...Nieuws uit de Androidosphere

Android Dagoverzicht dinsdag 14 april 2015
Vandaag, dinsdag 14 april 2015, op Androidworld en Tabletworld: WhatsApp met Material D...

Androidworld Update: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
De Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge heeft één unieke features of misschien wel twee, namelijk geb...

Populaire shop-app AliExpress krijgt Material Design-update
AliExpress kun je zien als een soort verzameling van webwinkels, waarbij je tientallen ...



Blijf op de hoogte van de nieuwste apps !
Alle nieuwe applicaties
Laatste spellen
Laatste applicaties



Laatste applicaties

Laatste spellen


Top Gratis Iphone Apps
More... AndroLib Pages Currently Being Browsed
Featured

Finger St...
200 sec ago

대전 당직 병원 ...

Details
Waardering

0.00/5
(0 waarderingen)

QR Code

Prijs
ca. € 0,74
+/- 0.67€
+/- £0.60
+/- ¥91.02

Versie
0.2

Downloads
<50

Omvang
5.9 MB

Categorie

Aesop's Books collection

Available in :
About the Author
Aesop

By tradition, a slave, contemporary of Croesus and Peisistratus in the mid-sixth century BCE in ancient Greece. He is known only for the genre of fables ascribed to him. He was by tradition extremely ugly and deformed, which is the sole basis for making a grotesque marble figure in the Villa Albani, Rome, a "portrait of Aesop".

Sources of Aesop's life date from long after his death, and most biographical material about him is almost certainly mythical. His name was associated with a huge number of fables, most of which probably were composed not by the historical figure of Aesop but by later authors.

The earliest Greek sources (including Aristotle) indicate that Aesop was born in Thrace at a site on the Black Sea coast which would later become the city Mesambria; a number of later writers from the Roman imperial period (including Phaedrus, who adapted the fables into Latin), say that he was born in Phrygia.The 3rd-century B.C. poet Callimachus called him "Aesop of Sardis,"and the later writer Maximus of Tyre called him "the sage of Lydia".

Aristotle is also the earliest source (following Herodotus) for the information that Aesop was a slave in Samos and that his masters were first a man named Xanthus and then a man named Iadmon; that he must eventually have been freed, because he argued as an advocate for a wealthy Samian; and that he met his end in the city of Delphi.Plutarch tells us that Aesop had come to Delphi on a diplomatic mission from King Croesus of Lydia, that he insulted the Delphians, was sentenced to death on a trumped-up charge of temple theft, and was thrown from a cliff; the Delphians subsequently suffered pestilence and famine. Before this fatal episode, Aesop also met with Periander of Corinth, where Plutarch has him dining with the Seven Sages of Greece, sitting beside his friend Solon, whom he had met in Sardis.

Problems of chronological reconciliation dating the death of Aesop and the reign of Croesus led the great Aesop scholar Ben Edwin Perry in 1965 to conclude that "everything in the ancient testimony about Aesop that pertains to his associations with either Croesus or with any of the so-called Seven Wise Men of Greece must be reckoned as literary fiction," and Perry likewise dismissed Aesop's death in Delphi as legendary[8]; but subsequent research has established that a possible diplomatic mission for Croesus and a visit to Periander "are consistent with the year of Aesop's death."Still problematic is the story by Phaedrus which has Aesop in Athens, telling the fable of the frogs who asked for a king, during the reign of Peisistratos, which occurred decades after the presumed date of Aesop's death.

Aesop Collection's

1. Aesop's Fables / translated by G. F. Townsend
Includes a Life of Aesop

2. The Fables of Aesop / translated by Joseph Jacobs
Includes a short history of the Aesopic Fable



iPhone verband voor Aesop's Books collection

Aesop's Books collection is ontwikkeld voor Android door Publish This, LLC

Naam van het package : com.Aesop
This application is copy protected

Systeemtoegang : 3 Klik hier om de lijst te tonen/verbergen
  • android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
  • android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE
  • android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE

I am the developer of this Application !
|||||Email



Screenshot(s) beschikbaar voor Aesop's Books collection


Discussion(s) about Aesop's Books collection in our forum

Commentaar en waardering voor Aesop's Books collection

Filters :
Geen commentaar voor deze applicatie


Willekeurig...


Random Android Wallpapers...