During the royal era, Rome was organized and archaic as well. It was a patriarchal society in the sense that the family and the social organization were based on descent from males and had exclusive authority of the father. The Roman Religion established from the royal era. According to tradition, Numa was the second king of Rome, and set the religious institutions that remained in the Empire. Romans attached great importance to religion. Roman religion was a polytheistic religion and the Roman pantheon was composed of a number of very important gods. It was also a formalized religion and resulted in the celebration of worship in order to conciliate the favor of the gods. The fidelity of the ritual allowed the effectiveness of the application.
«Introduction.. The use of common prejudices to analyse women in society.. Cleopatra as the puritan stereotype of femininity.. An analysis of the place of women in society.. Cleopatra's search for nobility.. Cleopatra's evolution.. Cleopatra's death.. Conclusion.. ...»
«According to Yves Bonnefoy Shakespeare wanted to do with Antony and Cleopatra more than a political analysis of Rome. Indeed, Shakespeare analysed in this play the place of women in the Roman society, in order to make a comparison with their role in his own society. At the beginning of the XVIIth...»
«Introduction.. Cleopatra: The puritan stereotype of femininity as subversion.. The puritan anti-theatrical and antifeminist critics.. The patriarchal gender distinction.. Cleopatra as a subversive woman.. An unstable and lying woman.. Shakespeare's feminist thoughts in Antony and Cleopatra.. An...»
«like in his other Roman plays like Julius Caesar, Shakespeare used in Antony and Cleopatra the description of the Roman society to describe his own society. But in this play the main point of analysis was not politics but the place of women in the society. During the XVIth and XVIIth centuries, the...»
«Introduction. About Alexander III. The success and failure of Alexander III’s rule. Analysis. Conclusion.»
«Alexander III, seen by many as a reactionary Tzar, ruled Russia from 1881-1894. Alexander was opposed to the stance his father Alexander II had taken in his approach to ruling Russia. Therefore he sought to undo the majority of his father's reforms. When Alexander III was put into power his first...»