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After the publication of the Latin text (Brill, 2004), with totally new ideas concerning the text-genese, a detailed commentery is absolutely requested for all future investigations.
Edited by Jan Felix Gaertner
The volume explores how Greek and Latin authors perceive and present their own (real or metaphorical) exile and employ exile as a powerful trope to express estrangement, elicit readerly sympathy, and question political power structures.
Edited by Ralph M. Rosen and Ineke Sluiter
This book presents papers by fourteen distinguished Classicists on the ancient dichotomy polarity of 'city' and 'countryside' as a reflection of ancient values and cultural ideology.
Rosario Moreno Soldevila
This volume is the first comprehensive commentary on the fourth book of Martial's epigrams: it focuses on literary matters and realia in order to clarify each poem and to offer an aesthetic account of the book as a whole.
This book gives serious consideration to the relationship between Ovid’s Fasti and the Roman calendar. The poem treats the calendar, recently revised by Caesar and Augustus, as its most important cultural model and as a quasi-literary 'intertext.'
This book provides a thorough and challenging analysis of the self-defining identities of texts set to music in the ancient Greek world, redefining our knowledge of the transmission of ancient Greek music.
Introduction, text and translation, detailed commentary and indices to Aeneid 3 are here offered on a scale not previously attempted and in keeping with the author's previous Virgil commentaries (Aeneid 7 and 11); the volume is aimed primarily at scholars, rather than undergraduates.
On the basis of all known manuscripts - Latin, Old Czech and German – presented here for the first time in a complete edition, the author traces the dissemination of this late antique apocrypha in the medieval west, its integration into new changing, contexts of transmission and combinations of ...
M. Marcovich †
A new critical edition of the Davidiad of Marko Marulić by the greatest expert in the field of the manuscript tradition of early Christian writings.
Matthias Skeb O.S.B.
The study examines the formal shape of the prefaces of Greek biblical commentaries in Late Antiquity and their theology of commenting. It offers an interesting insight into the theological identity of the commentators as well as into the cultural transfer on which their work is based.
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