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This volume examines the influence of literacy on the development of mourning in ancient Greece. Considered against the oral tradition of Homeric lament, archaic and classical memorials are shown to evolve into an increasingly civic and historical medium of memory.
John R. Porter
A re-evaluation of the Orestes as a curious mélange of early and late Euripidean features. Combines a thorough critique of recent criticism on the play with detailed analysis of the work's more troubling scenes.
A study of how Livy uses religious material, and how this fits in with other aspects of his narrative. Livy's work is examined systematically, to demonstrate how his approach changes in different sections. This is shown to reflect neither the subject matter nor Livy's personal beliefs, but his ...
W.M. Calder and A. Demandt
Edited by A. Egberts, B.P. Muhs and J. van der Vliet
This volume of seventeen scholarly essays on Graeco-Roman Panopolis (modern Akhmîm) offers fascinating new insights into how profound religious and cultural changes took shape in a provincial Egyptian town.
B. Gentili and G. Cerri
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