Classica et Mediaevalia 65

Edited by George Hinge

Classica et Mediaevalia 65

Edited by George Hinge

Distributed for Museum Tusculanum Press

366 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2016
Paper $69.00 ISBN: 9788763543958 Published October 2016 NFS UK, IRELAND, AND SCANDINAVIA
Classica et Mediaevalia is an international, peer reviewed journal covering the field of the Greek and Latin languages and literature from classical antiquity until the late Middle Ages as well as the Greco-Roman history and traditions as manifested in the general history, history of law, history of philosophy, and ecclesiastic history. Articles are published mainly in English but also in French and German. Some of the many contributions to the present issue include “Wisdom, Boasting, and Strength of Spirit in Xenophon’s Apology;” “Democracy and Aristocratic Identity in Fifth-Century BC Athens;” and “The Democracy and Aristocratic Identity in Fifth-Century BC Athens.”
 
Contents
Jerker Blomqvist
Gender Assignment of Boiotian Settlement Names
 
Madeleine Jost
Les Sources littéraires relatives au mont Lycée, d’Hésiode à Tzetzès
 
Miller Krause
The Quinque Lineae Amoris
 
Zinon Papakonstantinou
Sport, Victory Commemoration and Elite Identities in Archaic and Early Classical Athens
 
Ivan Jordović
The Origins of Philolaconism: Democracy and Aristocratic Identity in Fifth-Century BC Anthens
 
Gabriel Danzig
The Best Way to Die: Wisdom, Boasting and Strength of Spirit in Xenophon’s Apology
 
Nino Luraghi
Stratokles of Diomeia and Party Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens
 
Babett Edelmann-Singer
The Provincial Elite in the Provincial Assemblies: Eastern Koina and their Influence on Provincial Identity
 
Seppo Heikkinen
The Ressurection and Afterlife of an Archaic Metre: Bede, the Carolingians and the Trochaic Septenarius
 
Thomas Haye
Zynische Empfehlungen für einen Besuch der Päpstlichen Kurie: Der Dialog De quattuor saccis romanam curiam deportandis und die Briefe des Petrus Damiani
 
Piotr Stępień
Acrostic Wordplays in John Tzetze’s στίχοι περἱ διαϙορãς ποιητϖν (Koster XXIa)
 
Susannah G. Brower
Twelfth-Century Ovidianism in Baudri of Bourgueil’s Correspondence with Constance of Angers
 
List of Authors
 
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