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Classica et Mediaevalia 64

Danish Journal of Philology and History

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. Most articles are published in English, with some in French and German. Past issues have addressed topics such as war in ancient Greece, oratory styles, and narrative time in mythology, and analyzed works ranging from The Odyssey to Beowulf and writers from Cicero to Petrarch. 

444 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2014

Classica et Mediaevalia

Classical Studies


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Table of Contents

James Roy
The Parrhasians of Southwestern Arkadia

Jeremy McInerney
The Gods of (Con)fusion: Athena Alea, Apollo Maleatas and Athena Aphaia

Christian A. Thomsen
The 'Snap Vote' of 462/1 BCE: A Note on the History of the Athenian Democracy

Jens A. Krasilnikoff
Innovation in Ancient Greek Agriculture: Some Remarks on Climate and Irrigation in Classical Attica

Efstathia Papadodima
The Anatomy of Death in Euripides' Trojan Women

Poulheria Kyriakou
Poetic Representation and Nature in the Agathon Scene of Aristophanes' Thesmophoriazusae

David Bloch
Aristotle on the Pleasure of Learning

Adam Schwartz
Ovid and Gore: Horror, Cruelty and Repulsiveness in the Metamorphoses

Edward Champlin
The Odyssey of Tiberius Caesar

Spyridon Tzounakas
Martial's Pliny as Quoted by Pliny (Epist. 3.21)

Ian Fielding
The Virgin Martyr and the Verbum Dei in Prudentius, Peristephanon 3

Marcel A.J. Meulder
Le stratagème Normand de l' 'homme mort' pour s'emparer d'une place forte a-t-il une origine indo-européene?

Francis Cairns
A Play on the Archchancellor's Name at Archpoet 4.29.2-3?

Stefan Schick
Science is a Game that Theologians Can't Play: Boethius of Dacia's Semantic Solution to the Problem of Double Truth

Ricardo Apostol
Epic Interruptions: Vergilian Epic and Generic Boundaries in Petrarch's Bucolicum Carmen 1-3

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