Roman Papers Volume VII

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

byRonald SymeEditorAnthony R. Birley

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Shortly before his death in September 1989 Sir Ronald Syme approved the selection of these fifty-nine papers. The first part of Volume VI presents some early articles and reviews not previously reprinted; but twenty-three are very recent, published or composed between 1985 and early 1989.

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Shortly before his death in September 1989 Sir Ronald Syme approved the selection of these fifty-nine papers. The first part of Volume VI presents some early articles and reviews not previously reprinted; but twenty-three are very recent, published or composed between 1985 and early 1989.

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Shortly before his death in September 1989 Sir Ronald Syme approved the selection of these fifty-nine papers. The first part of Volume VI presents some early articles and reviews not previously reprinted; but twenty-three are very recent, published or composed between 1985 and early 1989.

Ronald Syme was at University of Oxford, 1949-1970. Anthony R. Birley is at University of Manchester.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:244 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.71 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198144903

ISBN - 13:9780198144908

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Even more striking than the work's wide geographical scope is the range of approaches and techniques deployed. The extraordinarily detailed nature of the scholarship goes without saying. Anatolica is a splendid and valuable collection of both detailed and far reaching studies, tackling andsatisfactorily solving many apparently intractable textual and historical problems. - Katherine Clarke - Gnomon 1999 No. 5