Call for Collaborators to The On-line Companion to The Worlds of Roman Women The On-Line Companion to the Focus Reader, The Worlds of Roman Women, expands the book's wide representation of Latin texts by and about women dating from the earliest periods through the fourth century CE. The medium of a website, moreover, offers the opportunity to integrate visuals to texts, thus enabling users to make connections between language and material culture.
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Εταιρεία Ελληνικών Τυπογραφικών Στοιχείων :: Greek Font Society FS Neohellenic The design of new Greek typefaces always followed the growing needs of the Classical Studies in the major European Universities. Furthermore, by the end of the 19th century bibliology had become an established section of Historical Studies, and, as John Bowman commented, the prevailing attitude was that Greek types should adhere to a lost idealized, yet undefined, greekness of yore. Especially in Great Britain this tendency remained unchallenged in the first decades of the 20th century, both by Richard Proctor, curator of the incunabula section in the British Museum Library and his successor Victor Scholderer. In 1927, Scholderer, on behalf of the Society for the Promotion of Greek Studies, got involved in choosing and consulting the design and production of a Greek type called New Hellenic cut by the Lanston Monotype Corporation.
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Agathias (ca. 530 - ca. 580) Aischylos (ca. 525 - 456) Aisopos (floruit ca. 600) «Alexandros kai Semiramis» (saec. bibliotheca Augustana
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Over the years, scholars have developed a number of schemes for abbreviating the names of ancient authors and the titles of their works. These schemes were designed to help scholars and their editors save space in the text of scholarly articles and books. This series of abbreviations pages is designed to help you figure out abbreviations you may have encountered on the IAM site or elsewhere. In general, a citation of an ancient work begins with the abbreviation for the author's name, followed by the appropriate abbreviation for the title of the work being cited (e.g., Ar. Ancient Reference Abbreviations
Custom Search Speakers and Speeches in Homer’s Iliad [The material on this page has been prepared by Ian Johnston of Vancouver Island University. List of Speeches and Speakers in the Iliad
Alcman composed songs for maiden choruses in seventh-century BC Sparta. The books containing his poetry were lost already late antiquity (it appears), and they were known only as quotations in later authors. However, the sand of Egypt preserved numerous papyrus pieces of which the first and hitherto longest fragment counts ca. hundred more or less readable lines, viz. the so-called Great Partheneion (i.e. maiden song). Die Sprache Alkmans: Textgeschichte und Sprachgeschichte
Fragments des présocratiques
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Book I.Introduction, Thales, Solon, Chilon, Pittacus, Bias, Cleobulus, Periander, Anacharsis, the Scythian, Myson, Epimenides, Pherecydes. Book II.Anaximander, Anaximenes, Anaxagoras, Archelaus, Socrates, Xenophon, Aeschines, Aristippus, Phaedo, Euclides, Stilpo, Crito, Simon, Glaucon, Simmias, Cebes, Menedemus. Book III.Plato. Book IV.Speusippus, Xenocrates, Polemo, Crates, Crantor, Arcesilaus, Bion, Lacydes, Carneades, Clitomachus. Book V.Aristotle, Theophrastus, Strato, Lycon, DemetriusHeraclides. Diogenes Laertius, Lives of the Philosophers, translated by C.D. Yonge