Download The Epigrams of Rufinus by D.L. Page PDF

By D.L. Page

Not anything is understood of the Greek poet Rufinus except that he was once the writer of a set of thirty-nine epigrams. in truth he's such an insubstantial determine that his date has been put at quite a few issues inside of approximately part a millennium. Professor web page right here provides a textual content of Rufinus' poems and a concise statement on them. In his advent he considers the standards through which a date might be confirmed and reveals facts in favour of the fourth century advert.

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Download Catullus and the Poetics of Roman Manhood by David Wray PDF

By David Wray

This literary examine of the first-century BCE Roman poet, Catullus makes use of units of comparative versions to supply a brand new realizing of his poems. the 1st involves cultural anthropological money owed of male social interplay within the premodern Mediterranean, and the second one, the postmodern poetics of such twentieth-century poets as Louis Zukofsky, that are characterised by means of simultaneous juxtaposition, a "collage" aesthetic, and self-allusive play. The e-book should be of curiosity to scholars of comparative literature and gender reviews in addition to to classicists.

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Download Gorgias (Penguin Classics) by Plato PDF

By Plato

Taking the shape of a discussion between Socrates, Gorgias, Polus, and Callicles, the Gorgias debates an important questions about the character of presidency. whereas the aspiring baby-kisser Callicles propounds the view that will is correct, and the rhetorician Gorgias argues that oratory and the ability to cajole characterize “the maximum good,” Socrates insists at the responsibility of politicians to think about the welfare in their citizens—a accountability he believed have been dishonored within the Athens of his time. The discussion deals interesting insights into how classical Athens used to be ruled and creates a theoretical framework that has been hugely influential on next political debate. A revised version of Walter Hamilton's unique translation, with new editorial fabric contains chronology, thesaurus, index, and recommendations for additional examining

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Download The Exagoge of Ezekiel by Howard Jacobson PDF

By Howard Jacobson

The Exagoge is a drama at the subject of the Jewish Exodus, written in Greek within the kind of a Greek tragedy by means of a Jew residing in Alexandria most likely at your time through the moment century BC. It survives in 269 strains - now not remoted verses yet forming numerous non-stop passages - adequate to offer the form of the play and to bare Ezekiel as a tragedian of value. For the coed of Jewish literary historical past and proposal Ezekiel is a most vital resource, of curiosity for being one of many earliest examples of Jewish exegesis and paraphrase of the Bible. Professor Jacobson accompanies the textual content of the play with a translation. within the remark he examines the fragments line through line, evaluating them with the biblical account and different bills in comparable Jewish assets. The enormous and readable advent examines the ancient, social and highbrow historical past to Ezekiel and the Exagoge.

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Download The Works of Archimedes Volume 1: The Two Books On the by Reviel Netz PDF

By Reviel Netz

The works translated here--the books at the Sphere and Cylinder--were a resource of serious satisfaction for Archimedes, the best scientist of antiquity. Accompanying this translation is the 1st medical variation of the diagrams, which contains new details from the lately came upon Archimedes Palimpsest. the quantity additionally comprises the 1st English translation of Eutocius's statement. Reviel Netz's statement analyzes Archimedes's paintings from modern examine views resembling clinical variety and the cognitive historical past of mathematical texts.

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Download The Histories by Tacitus, Rhiannon Ash, Kenneth Wellesley PDF

By Tacitus, Rhiannon Ash, Kenneth Wellesley

In advert sixty eight, Nero's suicide marked the top of the 1st dynasty of imperial Rome. the subsequent 12 months was once certainly one of drama and possibility, with 4 emperors - Galba, Otho, Vitellius, and Vespasian - rising in succession. in line with authoritative resources, The Histories vividly recounts the main points of the "long yet unmarried yr" of revolution that introduced the Roman empire to the threshold of cave in.

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Download Decimus Laberius: The Fragments by Costas Panayotakis PDF

By Costas Panayotakis

It is a newly revised, serious textual content of the fragments attributed to the Roman knight and mimographer Decimus Laberius, a witty and crudely satirical modern of Cicero and Caesar. Laberius might be the main celebrated comedian playwright of the overdue Republic, and the fragments of performs attributed to him contain the overpowering majority of the extant facts for what we conventionally name 'the literary Roman mime'. the quantity additionally incorporates a survey of the features and improvement of the Roman mime, either as a literary style and as one of those well known theatrical leisure, in addition to a re-assessment of where of Laberius' paintings inside its old and literary context. this can be the 1st English translation of the entire fragments, and the 1st specific English remark on them from a linguistic, metrical, and (wherever attainable) theatrical standpoint.

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Download Biblioteca histórica. Libros IX-XII by Diodoro de Sicilia, Juan José Torres Esbarranch, Juan Manuel PDF

By Diodoro de Sicilia, Juan José Torres Esbarranch, Juan Manuel Guzmán Hermida, Carlos García Gual

El estoico Diodoro cree que el devenir histórico de l. a. humanidad responde a un proyecto international y preconcebido de los angeles divinidad. Esta visión de los angeles Historia caló en el cristianismo y ha sido los angeles predominante durante siglos en Occidente.
Diodoro aporta a sus fuentes –cuya cantidad y variedad explican el desconcertante título de Biblioteca en una obra historiográfica– una perspectiva moralizante, para mostrar los angeles intervención de los angeles divina providencia en el curso de l. a. historia, según sus postulados estoicos.
Este volumen, que incluye los fragmentos de los libros IX y X y los libros XI y XII, abarca desde l. a. época de Solón de Atenas hasta el año 415 a.C.

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