9788763505123

Classica Et Mediaevalia: Revue Danoise De Philologie Et D'histoire

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  • ISBN13:

    9788763505123

  • ISBN10:

    8763505126

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-12-01
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
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Classica et Mediaevalia is an international periodical with articles written by Danish and foreign scholars. They are mainly published in English, but sometimes in French and German as well. From a philological point of view, the periodical deals with Classical Antiquity in general and topics such as history of law, philosophy, and medieval ecclesiastic history. It covers the period from Greek-Roman Antiquity until the Late Middle Ages. Contents include: 'Reflecting (In)Justice' in the Republic's Line and Cave: Thrasymachus and Plato's Level of eikasia * Quorum in the People's Assembly in Classical Athens * Nektanebo in the Vita Aesopi and in Other Narratives * Chalcidian Politicians and Rome between 208 and 168 BC * Rewriting Dido: Ovid, Vergil and the Epistula Didonis ad Aeneam (AL 71 SB) * Seneca on Platonic Apatheia * Octavia and Renaissance Tragedy from Trissino to Shakespeare * A Dramatic Afterlife: The Byzantines on Ancient Drama and Its Authors * Nine Unidentified Verses in the

Table of Contents

What about the Greeks who went to Troy? Three Tragic Contexts and Homer
From Mytological Parody to Political Satire: Some Stages in the Evolution of Old Comedy
Aristotle on Animals in the Politics
Diodoros of Sicily (32.2 and 4) and Polybios
The New Posidippus Papyri and Propertius' Shipwreck Odes (Prop. 1.17
3.7)
'[O]pus est ... Apolline nato': Liminality and Closure in the Aesculapius Episode in Metamorphoses 15.626-744
From Proconsul to Saint: Sergius Paullus to St. Paul-Serge
Valentinian I, Severa, Marina and Justina
Manuel Holobolos, Alfred of Sareshal, and the Greek Translator of ps.-Aristotle's De plantis
Maximos Planoudes: Dr. Bowdler in Byzanz?
Unity and Difference in Dante's Universal Vision
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