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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 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.
This study in environmental anthropology explores the physical geography and sailing conditions of ancient Greece and the Mediterranean region, the seafaring practices of the ancient Greeks, and, more generally, the interrelationships between human activity, technology and the physical environment.
Francisco Rodríguez Adrados. Translated by Leslie A. Ray
John D. Grainger
A prosopography of all known Aitolians, their origins, parentage, and places in the society, forming the basis for a series of investigations of their family relationships, and other aspects of their society.
Francisco Rodríguez Adrados. Translated by Leslie A. Ray. This edition has been revised and updated by the author and Gert-Jan van Dijk
John D. Grainger
This is the first full account of the Aitolian League in modern times, based wholly on original source material, describing its origin, its rise and fall, and refuting the old libel which describes it as a pirate state.
Edited by Hélène Cazes
This volume gathers studies and documentation on Bonaventura Vulcanius, a versatile philologist and writer who in 1581 settled in Leiden as a Professor of Greek and Latin. It includes many unpublished texts pertaining to this mysterious figure Dutch Humanism.
Edited by Gocha R. Tsetskhladze
This is volume 2 of a 3-volume handbook. It contains chapters on Central Greece on the eve of the colonisation movement, foundation stories, colonisation in the Classical period, the Adriatic, the northern Aegean, Libya and Cyprus.
Michael von Albrecht
The reader is invited to study a choice of typical texts, from the beginnings to the end of Antiquity, and to discover intellectual relationships between different epochs, cultures, literary genres, linguistic and literary patterns.
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