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The Greek anthology

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ISBN-10 UOM:39015046850114
Release 1918
Pages 399
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The Greek anthology

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ISBN-10 UOM:49015002005461
Release 1960
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The Greek anthology in five volumes 5

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ISBN-10 OCLC:836631245
Release 1953
Pages 499
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Albert s Anthology

Albert s Anthology Author Kathleen M. Coleman
ISBN-10 0674980549
Release 2017
Pages 250
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Albert's Anthology comprises 76 brief and informal reflections on a line or two of Greek or Latin poetry--and a few prose quotations and artistic objects--composed by colleagues and students of Albert Henrichs, who devoted his scholarly career to Greek literature and religion--especially his favorite Greek god, Dionysos.



Poems from the Greek Anthology

Poems from the Greek Anthology Author Kenneth Rexroth
ISBN-10 0472086081
Release 1999
Pages 114
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Classic Greek poetry with a touch of the Beat



Pausanias Description of Greece

Pausanias Description of Greece Author Pausanias
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105013371963
Release 1918
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Greek Epic Fragments from the Seventh to the Fifth Centuries BC

Greek Epic Fragments from the Seventh to the Fifth Centuries BC Author Martin Litchfield West
ISBN-10 0674996054
Release 2003
Pages 316
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Heroic epic of the eighth to the fifth century BCE includes poems about Hercules and Theseus, as well as the Theban Cycle and the Trojan Cycle. Genealogical epic of that archaic era includes poems that create prehistories for Corinth and Samos. These works are an important source of mythological record.



Early Christianity in Lycaonia and Adjacent Areas

Early Christianity in Lycaonia and Adjacent Areas Author Cilliers Breytenbach
ISBN-10 9789004352520
Release 2018-02-05
Pages 1008
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This work gives a survey of the rise and expansion of Christianity in ancient Lycaonia and adjacent areas, from Paul the apostle until Amphilochius. It gives special attention to forms of charity, the reception of biblical tradition, the authority and leadership of the clergy, popular theology and forms of ascetic Christianity.



Greek and Latin Letters

Greek and Latin Letters Author Michael Trapp
ISBN-10 0521499437
Release 2003-03-06
Pages 348
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Anthology of Greek and Latin letters with facing-page English translation, full commentary and introduction.



The Classical Greek Reader

The Classical Greek Reader Author Kenneth John Atchity
ISBN-10 9780195123036
Release 1996
Pages 442
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Scholarly commentary on the nuances of Greek writing fills library shelves, even entire libraries. Yet nothing can take the place of the documents themselves. The Classical Greek Reader marks an exciting departure from the traditional anthology approach to Greek literature and thought. By focusing not only on the big names but also on the less-familiar voices--the women, doctors, storytellers, herbalists, and romance writers--we are offered a glimpse of ancient Greece as we have rarely seen it. Kenneth J. Atchity provides the reader with firsthand access to literary, artistic, social, political, religious, scientific, and philosophical texts that shaped Greek thinking. From Homeric epics to the histories of Plutarch, and from the poems of Korinna to the romances of Heliodorus, this invaluable reference provides readers with modern translations of the voices that shaped the classical Greek spirit. Each entry contains an introduction identifying the author and providing information that allows readers to consider these ancient texts in a new light. Here are the wonders of the Greek world presented in a modern, accessible manner, perfect for those looking to refresh their acquaintance with the classics and for those who have yet to explore the exciting intellectual energy of the ancient Greek world.



Science Writing in Greco Roman Antiquity

Science Writing in Greco Roman Antiquity Author Liba Taub
ISBN-10 9780521113700
Release 2017-04-13
Pages 164
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We access Greek and Roman scientific ideas mainly through those texts which happen to survive. By concentrating only on the ideas conveyed, we may limit our understanding of the meaning of those ideas in their historical context. Through considering the diverse ways in which scientific ideas were communicated, in different types of texts, we can uncover otherwise hidden meanings and more fully comprehend the historical contexts in which those ideas were produced and shared, the aims of the authors and the expectations of ancient readers. Liba Taub explores the rich variety of formats used to discuss scientific, mathematical and technical subjects, from c.700 BCE to the sixth century CE. Each chapter concentrates on a particular genre - poetry, letter, encyclopaedia, commentary and biography - offering an introduction to Greek and Roman scientific ideas, while using a selection of ancient writings to focus on the ways in which we encounter them.



Second Corinthians and Paul s Gospel of Human Mortality

Second Corinthians and Paul s Gospel of Human Mortality Author Richard I. Deibert
ISBN-10 3161533771
Release 2017-01-30
Pages 293
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In this close reading of Second Corinthians and examination of prevailing attitudes toward death in Greco-Roman Corinth, Richard I. Deibert proposes Paul's physical mortality as the window through which to understand both the mystery of his collapsing authority in Corinth and the heart of his gospel. In his own experience of physical dying, Paul experiences the "deadness" of the resurrected Jesus, which paradoxically communicates life to him and through him to his congregations. Paul discovers that death has been transfigured into a source of life and, consequently, that human mortality has been infused with saving power. This study of human mortality clarifies, both for Paul's day and for our own, how crucial it is to guard the human person as an inseparable unity of body and soul, and to keep theology grounded in experience. Richard I. Deibert's work is of vital interest not only to students of early Christian and New Testament history, but also to students of anthropology, philosophy, and theology.



A Loeb Classical Library Reader

A Loeb Classical Library Reader Author
ISBN-10 067499616X
Release 2006
Pages 234
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This selection of lapidary nuggets drawn from thirty-three of antiquity's major authors includes poetry, dialogue, philosophical writing, history, descriptive reporting, satire, and fiction--giving a glimpse at the wide range of arts and sciences, thought and styles, of Greco-Roman culture. The selections span twelve centuries, from Homer to Saint Jerome. The texts and translations are reproduced as they appear in Loeb volumes. The Loeb Classical Library is the only existing series of books which, through original text and facing English translation, gives access to all that is important in Greek and Latin literature. The Loeb Classical Library Reader offers a unique sampling of this treasure trove. In these pages you will find, for example: Odysseus tricking the Cyclops in order to escape from the giant's cave; Zeus creating the first woman, Pandora, cause of mortals' hardships ever after; the Athenian general Nicias dissuading his countrymen from invading Sicily; Socrates, condemned to die, saying farewell; a description of Herod's fortified palace at Masada; Cicero's thoughts on what we owe our fellow men; Livy's description of the rape of the Sabine women; Manilius on the signs of the zodiac; Pliny's observation of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 CE. Here you can enjoy looking in on people, real and imaginary, who figure prominently in ancient history, and on notable events. Here, too, you can relish classical poetry and comedy, and get a taste of the ideas characteristic of the splendid culture to which we are heir.



The Greek anthology

The Greek anthology Author W. R. Paton
ISBN-10 0674990943
Release 1971
Pages 432
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The Greek Anthology ('Gathering of Flowers') is the name given to a collection of about 4500 short Greek poems (called epigrams but usually not epigrammatic) by about 300 composers. To the collection (called 'Stephanus', wreath or garland) made and contributed to by Meleager of Gadara (1st century BCE ) was added another by Philippus of Thessalonica (late 1st century CE ), a third by Diogenianus (2nd century), and much later a fourth, called the 'Circle', by Agathias of Myrina. These (lost) and others (also lost) were partly incorporated, arranged according to contents, by Constantinus Cephalas (early 10th century?) into fifteen books now preserved in a single manuscript of the Palatine Library at Heidelberg. The grand collection was rearranged and revised by the monk Maximus Planudes (14th century) who also added epigrams lost from Cephalas's compilation. The fifteen books of the Palatine Anthology are: I, Christian Epigrams; II, Descriptions of Statues; III, Inscriptions in a temple at Cyzicus; IV, Prefaces of Meleager, Philippus, and Agathias; V, Amatory Epigrams; VI, Dedicatory; VII, Sepulchral; VIII, Epigrams of St. Gregory; IX, Declamatory; X, Hortatory and Admonitory; XI, Convivial and Satirical; XII, Strato's 'Musa Puerilis'; XIII, Metrical curiosities; XIV, Problems, Riddles, and Oracles; XV, Miscellanies. Book XVI is the Planudean Appendix: Epigrams on works of art. Outstanding among the poets are Meleager, Antipater of Sidon, Crinagoras, Palladas, Agathias, Paulus Silentiarius. The Loeb Classical Library edition is in five volumes. Volume I contains Books I-VI; Volume II, Books VII-VIII; Volume III, Book IX; Volume IV, Books X-XII; Volume V, Books XIII-XVI.



The Greek Anthology

The Greek Anthology Author Andrew Sydenham Farrar Gow
ISBN-10
Release 1965
Pages 719
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Acts of Love

Acts of Love Author Philodemus
ISBN-10 9780679643289
Release 2006
Pages 137
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A collection of ancient Greek love poetry celebrates the themes of lust, longing, erotic love, and heartache in works, all newly translated, by Anakreon, Sappho, Archilochos, Kallimachos, Philodemos, Meleagros, and other master poets of the ancient world. 10,000 first printing.



Age Of Bronze Vol 1 A Thousand Ships

Age Of Bronze Vol  1  A Thousand Ships Author Eric Shanower
ISBN-10 9781534307957
Release 2001-05-29
Pages 227
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Daring heroes, breathtaking women, betrayals, love and death--the most spectacular war story ever told: The Trojan War. When a lustful Trojan prince abducts the beautiful Queen Helen of Sparta, Helen's husband vows to recover her no matter the cost. So begins the Trojan War. From far and wide the ancient kings of Greece bring their ships to join the massive force to pledge their allegiance to High King Agamemnon. Featuring the greatest of the Greek heroes: Achilles, Odysseus, and Herakles, along with a cast of thousands. AGE OF BRONZE: A THOUSAND SHIPS reveals hidden secrets of the characters` pasts, serving up joy and sorrow, leading up to the brink of war, and foreshadowing the terror to come. Age of Bronze will be included in a major international exhibition travelling to three German museums in 2002. The exhibit is centered on the current excavations at Troy and features Age of Bronze in an exhibit devoted to modern interpretations of Troy. Age of Bronze has been nominated for numerous Eisner (The comic industry's Oscar) Awards. Rack it in your mythology and historical fiction sections for even more sales success.