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Edited by Richard Connors and Andrew Colin Gow
In this chronologically direct and thematically varied volume, five scholars working in three distinct disciplines approach millennialism and apocalypticism in the British and Anglo-American contexts, making remarkable contributions both to the study of religious, literary and political culture ...
Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Emma C. Clarke, John M. Dillon and Jackson P. Hershbell
This volume presents the first modern English translation of Iamblichus’s De mysteriis alongside the standard critical edition of the text by Édouard Des Places (Les Belles Lettres, 1966), providing insight into the mystical side of late Neoplatonism and defending theurgic mysticism.
Andrew H. Gordon and Calvin W. Schwabe
A cross-disciplinary approach suggesting that the origin of ancient Egyptian medicine began with the domestication of cattle in Africa and the attempt to control disease. With the sacrifice of these animals, the Egyptians began to understand anatomy and physiology, which they then applied to humans.
Ed. A.J. Brown
Part Three of Ordo VI of the Amsterdam edition of Erasmi opera omnia presents his Greek text and his Latin translation of St. Paul’s letters to the Romans, the Corinthians, the Galatians, the Ephesians, the Philippians, the Colossians and the Thessalonians.
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