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Olympiques Une Breve Histoire Du Sport Antique
Artist: Jean Roubineau -Manuel
Format: CD

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Label: FREMEAUX & ASSOC. FR
Rel. Date: 05/03/2024
UPC: 3561302558325

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Les Presses Universitaires de France et Fremeaux & Associes proposent cette histoire du sport antique, analysee et expliquee par Jean-Manuel Roubineau, maître de conferences a l'Universite de Rennes, specialiste d'histoire sociale de la Grece ancienne et d'histoire du sport.Pratique du quotidien, spectacle offrant des prouesses, le sport fait partie integrante de nos vies. Pourtant il est rare de s'interroger sur ses origines. Cette pratique, qui tire ses racines de l'Antiquite, a ete inventee deux fois. Jean- Manuel Roubineau revient sur cette curieuse naissance. Il etudie ici l'ensemble de l'univers sportif, soucieux de restituer la signification antique des pratiques sportives. Tout en mettant en lumiere les differences qui separent notre conception moderne du sport de celle de l'Antiquite, l'historien souligne les similitudes avec nos pratiques actuelles, comme l'apparition de la figure sociale de l'athlete et la gloire qui entoure le vainqueur et celle d'un fervent public et meme la dietetique athletique. Une histoire incontournable pour saisir les fondements du sport contemporain. Claude COLOMBINI FReMEAUX Presses Universitaires de France and Fremeaux & Associes are offering this history of ancient sport, analysed and explained by Jean-Manuel Roubineau, lecturer at the University of Rennes and a specialist in the social history of ancient Greece and the history of sport.Whether it's an everyday practice or a show of prowess, sport is an integral part of our lives. Yet we rarely ask questions about it's origins. This practice, which has it's roots in antiquity, has been invented twice. Jean- Manuel Roubineau looks back at this curious birth. He examines the whole world of sport, with a view to restoring the ancient significance of sporting practices. While highlighting the differences that separate our modern conception of sport from that of Antiquity, the historian underlines the similarities with our current practices, such as the emergence of the social figure of the athlete, the glory that surrounds the victor and that of a fervent public, and even athletic dietetics. This is an essential history for understanding the foundations of contemporary sport. Audiobook. In French