AWOL - The Ancient World Online. EHUtb. Revista «Humanitas» » Estudos Clássicos. Latin OCR. DICTIONNAIRE LATIN OLIVETTI. A bibliography of ancient Greek linguistics - Leiden University. Untitled. Ianua. Revista Philologica Romanica : Números anteriores. APh - L'Année philologique. Index. Carmina Latina Epigraphica Hispaniae. Scholars Online Course Offerings. We are beginning to list courses for the 2016 Summer and 2016-2017 Academic Year program.
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AWOL - The Ancient World Online. AWOL - The Ancient World Online: Concordance to Vergil's Aeneid. Concordance to Vergil's Aeneid This is a minimal concordance without any morphological analysis, providing each form of each word in the context of its line.
The text is taken from that at the Latin Library site, which is in the public domain; it has been modified to normalize orthography in a few places. I prepared it because a fairly cursory search online showed nothing like it that was complete, and I wanted to have this information available for my own research. AWOL - The Ancient World Online: Concordance to the Homeric Poems. Concordance to the Homeric Poems This is a minimal concordance without any morphological analysis, providing each form of each word in the context of its line.
The text is taken from that at the WikiSource site, which is in the public domain; it has been modified to normalize orthography in a few places. I prepared it because a fairly cursory search online showed nothing like it that was complete, and I wanted to have this information available for my own research. If it duplicates someone else’s efforts, I apologize. Paideia e Humanitas. Luxury and Wealth in the Archaic to Hellenistic Peloponnese- 4th CSPS International Conference. Classical Latin - JC McKeown. Hallan un antiguo amuleto con una curiosa inscripción que se lee como un palíndromo.
Así ha cambiado nuestra imagen de Europa a lo largo de siglos y siglos de mapas. La cartografía es uno de los oficios más antiguos del mundo.
Desde el inicio de los tiempos, el ser humano ha tenido la necesidad de conocer el terreno sobre el que pisaba o navegaba. Y para ello, nada mejor que un mapa. Europa ha sido uno de los continentes más cartografiados de la historia, y la imagen que hemos tenida de ella ha cambiado a lo largo de los siglos a través de muchos y muy diversos mapas. Y es posible bucear en nuestro pasado ojeando cómo lo hemos mapeado. De Virgilio a Silio Italico como modelos de la paz en la. When choosing delivery via GetInfo by clicking "Order" Royalty is applicable according to the German copyright collecting society "VG Wort".
Document information Contributors: Schnur, R. / Galand-Hallyn, P. Conference: 12th, International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies; Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Bonnensis; 2003; Bonn, Germany Size: 12 pages ISBN: Document type: Conference paper Document format: Print Language: English Keywords: Latin literature, Medieval and modern, Latin philology, Medieval and modern, Neo-Latin studies, Bonnensis © Metadata Copyright the British Library Board and other contributors. All rights reserved. Determinan fecha de “La Odisea” a partir de un eclipse total de sol. Mundo Clásico - Grecia y Roma. Denzinger - English translation, older numbering. 1 THE creed which is called Apostolic is composed essentially of (1) a Trinitarian part, three articles professing faith in three divine persons; (2) a Christological part which was added to the first section.
There are extant, however, certain formulae composed in the manner of creeds, but lacking the Christological part. These formulae seem to be more ancient than the Apostolic Creed. An achristological formula of this kind which seems to be the most ancient of all-exists in a work infected with Gnosticism written between the years 150 and 180, Testamentum in Galilaea D.N.I. Mansi. Earlier Giovanni Domenico Mansi (1692–1769) published only supplement to Labbé, but later published also this new edition of councils called "Sacrorum conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio".
It was later continued and it contains also everything, which was published in older collections. Tomes 1-31 (33-1439 A.D.) of this collection were made by Mansi himself with title: Sacrorum conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio, in qua praeter ea quae P. Labbeus et G. Cossartius et novissime N. Labbé-Cossart: Concilia. Bryn Mawr Classical Review: December 2015. Elena Cazzuffi, Decimi Magni Ausonii, Ludus septem sapientum.
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The main purpose of this site is to offer a web-based hub for discussion, collaboration and communication. Vergil resources. Fragmentary Texts. Fragmentary Texts » The Open Philology Project and Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at Leipzig. Initial Research Plan (April 2013) Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities The University of Leipzig Abstract: The Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig sees in the rise of Digital Technologies an opportunity to re-assess and re-establish how the humanities can advance the understanding of the past and to support a dialogue among civilizations.Philology, which uses surviving linguistic sources to understand the past as deeply and broadly as possible, is central to these tasks, because languages, present and historical, are central to human culture.
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