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This book is a study of Euripides’ Ion, produced in 412 BC at a period of political crisis in Athens. Through careful analysis of its political, psychological, religious and poetic aspects and use of modern critical theory and recent scholarship on Athenian ethnicity, the Ion emerges as a ...
Edited by Stelios Panayotakis, Maaike Zimmerman and Wytse Keulen
This collection of wide-ranging essays offers a fascinating overview of current scholarly approaches to the ancient novel and related texts. These are discussed in their literary, cultural and social context, and as sources of inspiration for Byzantine and modern fiction.
Euripidea Tertia is a companion volume to the Loeb Euripides discussing places in the late plays where text or translation required explanation. The plays covered are IT, Ion, Helen, Phoenissae, Orestes, Bacchae, IA, and Rhesus, with addenda on earlier plays.
John D. Grainger
The first detailed examination of the collison of Rome and the Seleukid kingdom which ended in the battle of Magnesia, 189 BC, provides a case study in ancient diplomacy and war.
Edited by Ralph M. Rosen and Ineke Sluiter
This volume examines issues of courage and manliness in the ancient world. Taking the Greek concept of Andreia as its starting-point, it sheds new light on the contruction of cultural identity, and the use of value terms in that process.
A new critical edition plus commentary of famous papyrus fragments commonly ascribed to the archaic Greek poet Stesichoros. His 'Sack of Troy' and the 'Calydonian Boarhunt' are included.
Francisco Rodríguez Adrados
This volume presents a complete inventory and documentation of the Graeco-Latin fable tradition from Antiquity to the end of the Middle Ages, including references to many other older and contemporary Oriental and Western languages. The book is usefully concluded by elaborate indexes.
Edited by Annette Harder, Remco Regtuit, Peter Stork, Gerry Wakker
This volume contains the collected articles of the Groningen Professor of Ancient Greek, Stefan Radt, and a survey of his publications. These articles, which show great philological acumen, are of considerable importance for the study of ancient Greek.
Edited by Vanessa B. Gorman and Eric W. Robinson
This Festschrift offers a range of essays in ancient Greek and Roman history, mirroring the diverse abilities of the honoree, A. J. Graham. Topics include colonization, constitutional history, and military history.
Edited by Roy K. Gibson and Christina Shuttleworth Kraus
This volume explores the theory, historical practice, and future of the traditional commentary on classical texts. Special topics include the relationship between texts, commentators and readers; citation, selectivity, lemmatization, and revision; and the impact of the Internet.
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