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These papers on Greek literature, historiography and philosophy and on the history of classical scholarship seek to explore the consequences of the paradoxical combination of interpreting messages from a distant past and at the same time vindicating their relevance to contemporary civilization.
Edited by Ian Morris and Barry Powell
Edited by G.R. Evans
This publicaton on the present state of scholarship on the medieval commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard which was the key theological textbook of the later mediaeval centuries, provides a unique resource for students of medieval theology, philosophy and literature.
Edited by Francis G. Gentry
This volume is a guide to medieval German literature from the eighth century to the fourteenth century. Chapters deal either with a chronological period or with a specific genre. Historical and cultural topics play an important role in each chapter.
Edited by Barbara Weiden Boyd, Bowdoin College, Brunswick
This collection of essays on Ovid’s life, works, and influence is intended to serve as a vade-mecum for all interested in the Roman world’s most versatile literary genius. The broad range of subjects and perspectives represented by the Companion’s fourteen contributors offers readers the best in ...
Edited by Gareth Schmeling
Ancient novels elucidate not only the literature and philosophy of antiquity but the hidden, culture or “alternative histories” of everyday life. This volume surveys new approaches to the ancient novel and examines the development, transformation, and christianization of the novel. This ...
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