Classica Et Mediaevalia Volume 63: Danish Journal Of Philology And History by George HingeClassica Et Mediaevalia Volume 63: Danish Journal Of Philology And History by George Hinge

Classica Et Mediaevalia Volume 63: Danish Journal Of Philology And History

EditorGeorge Hinge, Marianne Pade

Paperback | October 15, 2013

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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. Issue 63 includes articles on divination as a convention of war in ancient Greece, pornographic allusions in Catullus, Sophistic oratory and styles in Roman Asia Minor, suspense and surprise in Achilles Tatius’s Leucippe and Clitophon, narrative time and mythological tale-types in Beowulf and The Odyssey, and Petrarch’s reading of Cicero’s letters, among others. 
George Hinge is associate professor in the department of classical philology at Aarhus University. Marianne Pade is professor of classical philology at Aarhus University and director of the Danish Academy in Rome.
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Title:Classica Et Mediaevalia Volume 63: Danish Journal Of Philology And HistoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:356 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:October 15, 2013Publisher:Museum Tusculanum PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:8763540649

ISBN - 13:9788763540643

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Table of Contents

Lea Sloth             

                Divination as Convention of War in Classical Greece

Maria Gerolemou

                ταχύμορον γυναικογήρυτον ὄλλυται κλέος:

                 Zum Problem des weiblichen Ruhmes in der griechischen Tragödie

Pär Sandin

                Gemina nox:

                Pornographic Allusion in Catullus 51

Trevor Fear

                Ah pereant, si qous ianua clausa iuvat:

                Porpertius 2.23 and the Revision of the Elegiac Code

Dimitrios Papanikolaou

                Sophistic Oratory and Styles in Roman Asia Minor:

                Hermogenes and the Tlos Sophist (TAM II.174)

Loukas Papadimitropoulos

                Suspense and surprise

                In Achilles Tatius’ Leucippe and Clitophon

Hannah Rosén

                The Late Latin coepi + Infinitive Construction:

                Evidence form Translated Texts

Linda T. Zollschan

                A Bronze Tablet from the Church of San Basilio

Peter Gainsford

                The Deaths of Beowulf and Odysseus:

                Narrative Time and Mythological Tale-Types

Camille Rambourg:

                Les diagrammes syllogistiques des scholies de Stephanos à la

                Rhétorique d’Aristote (CAG 21.2 )

R. Drew Griffith

                Fibonacci, Zero and Wind-eggs:

                A Footnote to the History of Arithmetic

Brad L. Cook

                Petrarch’s Reading of Cicero’s Letters:

                A Ciceronian Response

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