Collection, English, 1st quarter At the centre of the commentary on Book 19 of the Iliad is the interpretation of speeches and events at the assembly of the Achaean army. It is here that the argument between Achilles and Agamemnon was settled, thus enabling the Achaeans to take the field in the decisive battle against Hector and the Trojans. Marina Coray, University of Basel, Switzerland. Commentary, English, 3rd quarter Mit den Commentaria et Lexica Graeca in Papyris reperta wird der Fachwelt ein einzigartiges papyrologisches Sammelwerk vorgelegt.
Die bisher verstreut publizierten, auf Papyrus erhaltenen Teile antiker griechischer Kommentare — d. Darauf folgen die Anmerkungen unter Auswertung aller vorliegenden Aspekte in der jeweiligen Landessprache des Kommentators. Bis jetzt noch nicht publizierte Papyri werden im Anhang reproduziert. This volume presents these sections in a new bilingual edition and interprets them in essays that reveal their unique and very appealing mix of literary fact and fiction.
The ancient Greek commentaries that were preserved on papyrus have previously been published in scattered works.
This corpus is unique in the academic world in that it presents these texts in collected form. This book considers the formation and development of the canons of Greek historians in the ancient rhetorical tradition and in school treatises. Beginning with Cicero and Quintilian and focusing on the rhetor and historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus, it tackles the contemporary debate on literary canons, as well as the relationship between historiography, literary criticism, and ancient rhetoric.
Ancient historiography; canonical literature, classicism; rhetorical treatises. Vegetarismus; Tierethik; Porphyrios; Oikeiosis. Both of them deal with an often forgotten aspect of antiquity: vegetarianism. The author discusses the connections between the fragments Against the Vegetarians and On Piety and shows how Porphyry, in an open debate with the Stoics, develops a spatial terminology to present his own ethics. Along with the critical text edition, the volume also includes an extensive introduction, Italian translation, comments, and indexes. Auf der Troiafahrt der Griechen wird Philoktet von einer Schlange gebissen.
Wegen seiner Schmerzensschreie wird er auf der einsamen Insel Lemnos ausgesetzt. On the way to Troy, Philoctetes is bitten by a snake and left behind on the deserted island of Lemnos. Nine years later the Greeks learn that they can capture Troy only if he is with them. Sophocles; Philoctetes; Greek tragedy. Series Griechische Dramen Ca. This book is about is about the bold, beautiful, and faithful heroines of the Greek novels and their mythical models, such as Iphigenia, Phaedra, Penelope, and Helen.
The novels manipulate readerly expectations through a complex web of mythical variants and constantly negotiate their adventure and erotic plot with that of traditional myths becoming, thus, part of the imperial mythical revision to which they add the prospect of a happy ending. It has often been remarked that the Platonic Socrates seems to be using a particular rhetoric.
However, little attention has been given to the techniques and elements of his rhetoric. MythosEikonPoiesis Approx. Series Philologus. Supplementary Volumes 5 Ca. The book offers an introduction and an authoritative new critical text, which is accompanied by a detailed apparatus criticus. This publication provides a new critical edition of the scholia to Hippolytus with an apparatus of loci similes.
The introduction briefly discusses the exegesis and the critical interpretation of the Euripidean text in antiquity as well as the creation and development of this scholiastic corpus. The book offers an introduction, translation and commentary of the earliest political speech delivered by Demosthenes, the Against Leptines. It studies the speech as a historical document for the reconstruction of Athenian fourth-century politics, law, judicial practices and public economy.
It sheds light on the institution of nomothesia, on Athenian euergetism and the economy of honour, and on the workings of and debates on fiscal policy. Athens; Demosthenes; legislation; economic his-. The categories of classical narratology have been successfully applied to ancient texts in the last two decades, but in the meantime narratological theory has moved on. In accordance with these developments, Narratology and Interpretation draws out the subtler possibilities of narratological analysis for the interpretation of ancient texts. The articles make a contribution to the theory of narrative as well as to our understanding of ancient.
Narratology; Greek Literature; Latin Literature. Collection, English, 2nd quarter Series Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 4 pp. This book addresses the performance and dissemination of Greek poems of the seventh to the fifth centuries BC. This volume provides a fresh perspective on Homeric reception through a methodologically focused, interdisciplinary investigation of the transformations of Homeric epic within varying generic and cultural contexts.
It brings together leading international scholars and acute young researchers, exploring how various aspects of Homeric poetics can be mapped on to a diversity of contexts under different historical, literary and artistic conditions. Series Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 10 pp. Series Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 37 pp.
This study focuses on the reception of tragedy and the tragic in Hellenistic poetry. Alexandrian aesthetics; Hellenistic poetry; tragedy; tragic. This volume explores, with an interdisciplinary approach, the interaction between the ancient Armenian and Greek worlds and their literatures, focusing on the Armenian translations of Greek texts, the historical context and historiographic sources, the Armenian reception of biblical, Christian and Byzantine literature, as well as philological, linguistic and lexical aspects.
Greek heritage in Armenian literature; Armenian translations of Greek words; Armenian history;. Gazzano and L. The protagonists of the ancient novels wandered or were carried off to distant lands, from Italy in the west to Persia in the east and Ethiopia in the south; the authors themselves came, or pretended to come, from remote places such as Aphrodisia and Phoenicia; and the novelistic form had antecedents in a host of classical genres. These intersections are explored in this volume. Ancient novel; cross-cultural; space; fiction.
Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 40 Approx. This book is a collective volume on classical historiography. Approaching the ancient Greek and Roman historical texts from a literary point of view, the essays of the book elaborate on the effect of the compositional devices — in terms of style and narrative — of the ancient historians on the representation of the historical reality. Classical historiography; narratology; linguistics; ancient history. Collection, English, 3rd quarter This collective volume includes twenty-one contributions by an international team of scholars addressing a neglected topic of classical scholarship, namely dialect, diction, and style in literary and inscribed epigram.
By combining traditional methods with modern viewpoints, the authors explore the interplay between rhetoric, design, and thematics in Greek epigram as a key to its fuller understanding as an art form. Greek epigram; inscriptions; diction; literary style. Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 43 pp. This edited volume includes contributions from a team of international experts who address topics lying at the forefront of current research on Greek drama and classical reception studies. Combining a wide range of theoretical perspectives with close readings of specific texts, the essays of this volume shed new light on issues pertinent to the generic identity of Greek drama, its associations with other genres and its reception in various eras.
Comedy; Greek drama; reception; tragedy. Fountoulakis, University of Crete; A.
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Markantonatos, University of the Peloponnese; G. Vasilaros, University of Athens. Literaturgeschichtsschreibung; Griechische Literatur. Literary scholars use histories of literature on a daily basis. There has been however little reflection on different forms of literary history, their advantages and flipsides. This volume tackles the example of ancient Greek literature and the special challenges it poses.
Trends in Classics publishes innovative, interdisciplinary work which brings to the study of Greek and Latin texts the insights and methods of related disciplines such as narratology, intertextuality, reader-response criticism, and oral poetics. The journal is published twice a year. Each year one issue is devoted to a specific subject with articles edited by a guest editor Narrative, Culture, and Genre in the Ancient Novel. The yearbook Antike und Abendland is a forum for interdisciplinary discussion of topics related to Antiquity and the history of its reception.
Text u. Santorelli, University of Florida, Gainesville; A. Dedicated to the Minor Declamations ascribed to Quintilian, this volume explores different aspects of this ancient school book: a manual introducing the reader to the daily work of a master rhetorician, as well as an instrument to explore ancient imagery and the close relationship connecting binding rhetoric, literature and law. Casamento, U. Lausanne, Schweiz; L. Pasetti, U. Alma Mater di Bologna, Italien. Collection, Italian, French, German, 4th quarter Silver Latin; decadence; stoicism. Die neue kritische Ausgabe der Carmina Profana des Dracontius ca.
Durch zahlreiche Textverbesserungen erscheint das Gedichtcorpus Verse in neuem Glanz. Drawing on the first complete examination and compilation of the medieval and humanist manuscript tradition, it offers a new critical text of the Terence commentary. Andria; Aelius Donatus; Roman comedy; Terence. The new critical edition of Carmina Profana by Dracontius approx. Numerous textual improvements cast a new light on the poetic works. They offer insight on the late bloom of Carthagean culture during Vandal rule.
Of particular interest are the idiosyncratically formed short epics, Hylas, Helena, Medea, and Orestes. Their speakers introduce the audience to a parallel world, entertain them, create a sense of suspense for what is to come, and influence their view far into the play.
The book analyses the methods and structures that are called into play and the virtuosity of the variations used to help each comedy achieve its optimal effect. Plautus; comedy; prologue; suspense. Beihefte N. Aus verschiedenen altertumswissenschaftlichen Fachrichtungen wird die Rhetorik von Sprachbildern in theologischen Diskursen und literarischen Texten, aber auch der Umgang mit Bildern in Persuasions- bzw.
The volume aims at inquiring the categories in which the past is constructed, thought, valued, functionalized and redrawn. Antiquity; past; canonicity; memory. The essays in this volume explore the diverse ways that late antique Greek and Roman authors drew upon images to describe the one God. They analyze the rhetoric of language pictures in theological discourses and literary texts from various disciplinary perspectives, as well as the use of images as strategies of persuasion and defense. Collection, German, English, 4th quarter Supplementary Volumes 7 Ca.
Was tun, wenn man krank ist, aber keinen Arzt findet oder den Medizinern nicht vertraut? Medizingeschichte; Quintus Serenus. Quintus Serenus offers an answer to this question in his Liber medicinalis. This bilingual edition, which contains an illuminating and detailed introduction, is the very first German translation of the work.
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It offers a unique perspective on the realities and mentalities of late antiquity, and on the history of ancient medicine. History of medicine; Quintus Serenus. Ovid; Mythologie. Aetheria; Reisebericht. They both come from the Roman satirist Juvenal approx. A completely new translation with extensive notes makes the work fully accessible to the modern reader. In late classical antiquity, a woman from the western part of the Roman Empire undertook a journey to the Holy Land. Her book may well be the oldest extant travelogue written by a woman.
For the first time, this edition presents the work in a bilingual edition that includes the portion first discovered in , providing access to a fascinating document of the travel culture of late antiquity, particularly in relation to women. Schicksal; Verursachung; Freiheit; Wahrheit. The Epigrammata Bobiensia are a collection of 71 poems, written between the fourth and fifth century d. The absence of polemical accents and the choice for balanced expressions fit well with this pagan elite, for whom the literary revival of classic models is a rhetorical exercise and an instrument of a cultural affirmation.
Aquae Maternae, Ausonius, Naucellius, rhetoric. In the Hellenistic age the problem of fate was discussed by Stoics, Epicureans and New Academics as a problem relating to natural philosophy and ethics as well as to logic. By presenting a number of case studies and considerations of wider issues, the 33 international contributors explore the role of Roman drama in contexts such as the literary tradition, the relationship to works in other literary genres, the historical and social situation or the intellectual background.
Drama; tragedy; comedy; Roman literature. Frangoulidis, Aristotle University, Greece. This book, a comprehensive survey of T. It also contextualizes the generic changes presented by his work into the sociohistorical background within which he is operating, namely the political context of Neronian Rome. Calpurnius Siculus; pastoral poetry; Neronian politics and ideology. Series Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 35 pp.
Authorial construction; Roman poetry; reception. Die 79 n. Genau wie heute waren Erotik und Witz beliebte Themen, die man gerne miteinander verquickte; mitunter goss man die Inhalte gar in Versform. Inschrift; Alltag; Pompeji. The places destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 C. Then as now, eroticism and humor were often combined and sometimes put into verse. These carmina are presented here for the first time in a critical edition with German translation and extensive commentary.
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Inscription; daily life; Pompeii. Series Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte S. Unlike most of the biblical poetry of late antiquity, the Alethia of Claudius Marius Victorius has major links to didactic poetry as well as the pagan epic, especially to the works of Lucretius. This is the first systematic study to examine the relationship between epic and didactic elements in the Alethia and their implications for situating the work within the Christian poetry of late antiquity.
Dracontius; Romulea; Orestes; Aegritudo Perdicae. The second part accounts for the constitution of the text, justifies necessary amendments, and explains controversial aspects. In this book, conceived as a sort of Prolegomena to his two Teubner editions, Conte gives account of his choices in editing his Virgilian text.
Engaging in a passionate debate with his predecessors and critics, he guides the reader in a fascinating journey in the history of transmission and interpretation of Georgics and Aeneid and shows how lively textual criticism can be. Aeneid; Georgics; Virgil; textual criticism. Monograph, English, 3rd quarter In the second chapter, the author reconstructs the presuppositions of a method and explores at the same time its limitations.
XVI, 2. Vocabolario della Lingua Greca terza ed. Er hat u. The Journal of Latin Linguistics formerly known as Papers on Grammar is the only journal devoted entirely to Latin in both synchronic and diachronic perspective. The journal fills a conspicuous gap in the scientific literature and is arguably the most important journal for Latin linguistics.
Probus is a platform for the discussion of historical and synchronic research in the field of Latin and Romance linguistics, with special emphasis on phonology, morphology, syntax, language acquisition and sociolinguistics.
The journal encourages problem-oriented contributions that combine the solid empirical foundations of philological and linguistic work with the insights provided by modern theoretical approaches. This volume, which has now been published in eight languages, provides an overview of all Latin literature, from its beginnings to Boethius.
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Particular attention is paid to the continued influence of Latin literature up until the present day. Reference Work, German, German, 3rd quarter Auflage S. Doch waren die Vorstellungen, die man mit antiker Architektur verband, im Verlauf der Geschichte erheblichen Wandlungen ausgesetzt. The normative and formal presence of classical antiquity — as a mere figure of thought or a fully elaborated body of theory — is one of the great constants in the history of Western architecture.
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