Classica et Medieavalia 66

Danish Journal of Philology and History

Edited by George Hinge and Marianne Pade

Classica et Medieavalia 66

Edited by George Hinge and Marianne Pade

Distributed for Museum Tusculanum Press

363 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2018
Paper $69.00 ISBN: 9788763546041 Published April 2019 NFS UK, IRELAND, AND SCANDINAVIA
Classica et Medieavalia is an international, peer-reviewed journal covering Greek and Latin languages and literatures from antiquity to the late Middle Ages as well as Greek and Roman traditions as they continue throughout history, especially in law, philosophy, and the ecclesiast. Volume 66 includes
 
Kristoffer Maribo Engell Larsen: "Aphrodite and Inanna: The Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite and Sumerian Poetry on Inanna"

M. Carmen Encinas Reguero: "Rhetoric in Classical Athens: The Recognition Scene in Aeschylus' Choephoroi and in Sophocles' and Euripides'Electra"

Janek Kucharski: "Matricide and Silence in Sophocles' Electra"

Charles Pry: "The Artist as Critic? Some Notes on the Portrayal of the Athenian Warmaking in the Plays of Euripides"

Benjamin Pedersen: "Callisthenes and the Creation of a Homeric Hero"

Katerina Philippides: "Altars and Temples in Plautine Comedy"

Nick Geller: "Rhetoric's "Cure": The Sublime τέχνη of Longinus"

Keith R. Bradley: Artemidorus and the Dreams of Slaves"

Marc Steinmann: "Eine fiktive Depesche der Gymnosophisten an Alexander den Großen: Die Epistula Bragmanorum ad Alexandrum als Einleitung zu einer moralisch-ethnographischen Epitome" Willum Westenholz: "Sidonius as an Auctor in the Middle Ages"

Stavroula Constantinou: "The Saint's Two Bodies: Sensibility under (self-)Torture in Byzantine Hagiography

Vasileios Pappas: "Justin Neograecus: The Translation of Epitome of Philippics by Daniel Philippides"

Heta Björklund: "A Note on the Aspects of the Greek Child-Killing Demon"
 
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