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Edited by Ruurd Nauta, Harm-Jan van Dam and Johannes J.L. Smolenaars
This book offers a selection of the papers delivered at the international conference on Flavian poetry held at Groningen in 2003, which brought together leading experts in the field. The poets discussed include Valerius Flaccus, Silius Italicus, Statius and Martial.
Edited by I.J.F. de Jong and A. Rijksbaron
This volume offers an overview of the ways in which Sophocles’ use of the Greek language is currently being studied. The book is divided into three sections, which deal with aspects of diction, syntax, and pragmatics.
This is a historical and factual commentary on Herodotus book 6, which aims to assess the reality behind Herodotus' account of the years from the Ionian revolt to Miltiades' death. Further related material is discussed in a series of appendices.
S.R. Slings (†). Edited by Gerard Boter and Johannes van Ophuijsen
This volume accompanies the new Oxford edition of Plato's Republic. It contains textual discussions of a large number of passages, in which problems of every kind are treated.
This volume, through a detailed examination of the themes, morphology, and diction of the archaic Greek trimeters, makes a strong case that this genre is complex and dynamic and that its evolution may be explained in the context of the larger literary developments of the period.
This book analyses the mythical and legendary narratives in the Fasti as narrative. It covers aspects such as aperture, closure, characterization, internal narrators, description, space, time and also the narratives' complex relationship with Virgil, Livy and Ovid's own earlier works.
This book is a philological and literary commentary on the first book of the Argonautica, a Latin epic written by Valerius Flaccus in the first century A.D.
Translated with Introductions and Notes by George A. Kennedy
J. den Boeft, J.W. Drijvers, D. den Hengst and H.C. Teitler
This is a commentary on Book XXV of the Res Gestae by the fourth century historian Ammianus Marcellinus. The commentary discusses philological, literary, linguistic and historical problems in the Latin text.
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