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532 pages ; 25 cm.
  • El Fuero general de Navarra y sus amejoramientos
  • Los fueros de Pamplona (1129)
  • El Fuero de Estella de 1164
  • Los fueros de Tudela
  • Fueros de la Novenera (siglo XIII)
  • Fuero de Viguera-Val de Funes (siglos XIII-XIV).
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xii, 199 pages, 82 pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm.
  • The monk's Haggadah (Munich codex Hebrew 200) : an introduction / David Stern
  • The making of the codex : scribal work, illumination, and patronage / Sarit Shalev-Eyni
  • The history of the codex and the Christian theological background of Erhard's prologue / Christoph Markschies
  • The Hebraist background to Erhard's prologue / David Stern
  • Codicology and description of the manuscript / Sarit Shalev-Eyni
  • The prologue to the Haggadah by Erhard von Pappenheim (Latin text) / edited by Christoph Markschies with Erik Koenke and Anna Rack-Teuteberg
  • The prologue to the Haggadah by Erhard von Pappenheim (English translation) / translated by Erik Koenke with David Stern
  • The Passover Haggadah (in codex Hebrew 200) / translated by David Stern.
"This fifteenth-century Haggadah, with a prologue by a Dominican friar, offers a unique view of contemporary Christian perceptions of Judaism. This edition includes a facsimile of the codex; a critical edition and translation of the prologue; a translation of the Haggadah; and essays describing the historical and theological background"--Provided by publisher.
"This fifteenth-century Haggadah, with a prologue by a Dominican friar, offers a unique view of contemporary Christian perceptions of Judaism. This edition includes a facsimile of the codex; a critical edition and translation of the prologue; a translation of the haggadah; and essays describing the historical and theological background"-- Provided by publisher.
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xix, 312 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
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1 online resource (628 pages) : tables.
  • Reforma y revolución en la Europa moderna
  • Isaac Newton: búsqueda, heterodoxia y reticencia
  • La obra inédita de Isaac Newton
  • Historia ecclesiastica: un nuevo texto de Isaac Newton
  • Criterios de la edición crítica y de la traducción
  • Abreviaturas y siglas usadas en la edición
  • Historia ecclesiatica (de origine schismatico ecclesiae papisticae bicornis): Texto latino ; Traducción
  • Apéndices al texto latino (partes suprimidas).
"La presente Historia Ecclesiastica es el texto escrito en latín por Isaac Newton (1642-1727) más extenso identificado hasta la fecha, sólo por detrás de sus célebres Principia (1687). Esta obra inacabada, que hasta el día de hoy había permanecido desatendida por la crítica, puede leerse en este libro por primera vez. En ella se aprecia el heterodoxo pensamiento de su autor sobre interpretación del Apocalipsis e historia de la Iglesia antigua: Newton entendía esta última como la historia de una corrupción dogmática y política (cifrada en la profesión de una Trinidad idolátrica), cuya profecía se encontraba en las Escrituras. El autor de la edición ha restituido el texto a partir de tres manuscritos de la colección Yahuda de la Biblioteca Nacional de Israel (Jerusalén), la principal colección de manuscritos teológicos newtonianos. El conjunto de dichos manuscritos, no publicado en vida del autor debido en gran parte al daño que le habría acarreado el conocimiento público de su 'herejía', fue subastado en Londres en julio de 1936 y se encuentra en la actualidad repartido en una treintena de bibliotecas del Reino Unido, los Estados Unidos, Israel y Suiza."-- Back cover.
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x, 159 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Preface Introduction Julia Haig Gaisser Tibullus: Books 1 and 2 Lygdamus: Corpus Tibullianum 3.1 6 Sulpicia: Corpus Tibullianum 3.13 18 = 4.7 12 Domitius Marsus Epigram Appendix: Ovid Amores 3.9 Notes to the Translations Glossary Select Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520272545 20160614
Tibullus is considered one of the finest exponents of Latin lyric in the golden age of Rome, during the Emperor Augustus' reign, and his poetry retains its enduring beauty and appeal. Together these works provide an important document for anyone who seeks to understand Roman culture and sexuality and the origins of Western poetry. The new translation by Rodney Dennis and Michael Putnam conveys to students the elegance and wit of the original poems. This title is ideal for courses on classical literature, classical civilization, Roman history, comparative literature, and the classical tradition and reception. The Latin verses will be printed side-by-side with the English text. Explanatory notes and a glossary elucidate context and describe key names, places, and events. An introduction by Julia Haig Gaisser provides the necessary historical and social background to the poet's life and works. This title includes the poems of Sulpicia and Lygdamus, transmitted with the text of Tibullus and formerly ascribed to him.
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viii, 222 p. ; 24 cm.
The school of Greek philosopher Epicurus, which became known as the Garden, famously put great stock in happiness and pleasure. As a philosophical community, and a way of seeing the world, Epicureanism had a centuries-long life in Athens and Rome, as well as across the Mediterranean."The Invention and Gendering of Epicurus" studies how the Garden's outlook on pleasure captured Greek and Roman imaginations---particularly among non-Epicureans---for generations after its legendary founding. Unsympathetic sources from disparate eras generally focus not on historic personages but on the symbolic Epicurean. And yet the traditions of this imagined Garden, with its disreputable women and unmanly men, give us intermittent glimpses of historical Epicureans and their conceptions of the Epicurean life.Pamela Gordon suggests how a close hearing and contextualization of anti-Epicurean discourse leads us to a better understanding of the cultural history of Epicureanism. Her primary focus is on sources hostile to the Garden, but her Epicurean-friendly perspective is apparent throughout. Her engagement with ancient anti-Epicurean texts makes more palpable their impact on modern responses to the Garden.Intended both for students and for scholars of Epicureanism and its response, the volume is organized primarily according to the themes common among Epicurus' detractors. It considers the place of women in Epicurean circles, as well as the role of Epicurean philosophy in Homer and other writers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780472118083 20160608
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419 p. ; 24 cm.
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xiii, 156 p. : map ; 28 cm.
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xxv, 236 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
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xii, 239 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Situating the beginnings of Latin prose
  • Under the Roman sun : poets, rulers, translations, and power
  • Conflicting scenarios : traffic in others and others' things
  • Inventing Latin prose : Cato the Censor and the formation of a new aristocracy
  • Power differentials in writing : texts and authority.
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xi, 186 p. ; 22 cm.
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1 online resource (546 p.)
  • Presentación.- Introducción.- 1. Viajes y viajeros.- 2. Eneas Silvio Piccolomini. Vida y obra.- 3. Contexto político e histórico.- 4. La obra geográfica.- 5. El Asia: Estructura.- Las fuentes.- Tratamiento de las fuentes.- Notabilia.- Aforismos políticos y morales.- 6. La edición del texto: Los manuscritos.- Ediciones.- La colación.- Criterios ortográficos de la edición.- La traducción.- Conspectus siglorum.- Bibliografía.- Asiae Descriptio.- Asia/Asia: Aparato crítico y de referencias.- Notas a la traducción.- Index Locorum Geographicorum.- Index Nominum.
Eneas Silvio Piccolomini (1405-1464), más conocido por Pio II, nombre que adoptó cuando alcanzó el papado en 1461, fue además de papa, un gran humanista como se refleja a través de las obras que nos ha dejado. Una de ellas, Historia rerum ubique gestarum, consistía en una especie de enciclopedia histórico geográfica que debía de recoger lo que hasta entonces se conocía del mundo. Este ambicioso proyecto, que no pudo completar a causa de su fallecimiento, se conserva solo una parte completa y no en su totalidad, dedicada al mítico, misterioso y rico continente asiático. En este libro se presenta una edición crítica de Asia, precedido de una introducción con una breve reseña de la vida de Pio II, con un esbozo del contexto político e histórico que explica la composición del Asia y los datos aportados por la bibliografía más reciente. Se cierra con la bibliografía consultada, una traducción al castellano del texto latino y como apéndice, un índice de los nombres de persona y de los lugares geográficos mencionados.
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574 pages : color illustrations, facsimile ; 33 cm. + 1 computer disc (CD-ROM, PDF, color illustrations ; 4 3/4 in.)
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2 v. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
  • v. 1. Introduction and commentary
  • v. 2. Texts and translations. The Winchcombe chronicle
  • The Coventry chronicle.
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xi, 108 p. : map ; 28 cm.
  • Aulus Gellius
  • The Attic nights (excerpts from the Praefatio)
  • How Pythagoras calculated the height of Hercules (bk. i, i)
  • The difficult decision of Chilo the Lacedaemonian (excerpt from bk.i, iii)
  • The taunting of Demosthenes of Athens and likewise of Hortensius of Rome (bk. i, v)
  • The method and order of pythagorean training (excerpt from bk. i, ix)
  • The sibylline books and King Tarquinius (bk. i, xix)
  • Papirius praetextatus (bk. i, xxiii)
  • Why Fabricius Luscinus campaigned for Cornelius Rufinus (bk. iv, viii)
  • Androcles and the lion (bk. v, xiv)
  • Hannibal's joke about the army of King Antiochus (bk. v, v)
  • Julius Caesar and the filibuster of Marcus Cato (bk. iv, x)
  • Memorable censorial reprimands (bk. iv, xii)
  • Three examples of severe censorial reprimands (excerpt from bk. iv, xx)
  • The strength and nature of the palm tree (bk. iii, vi)
  • A saying of practical value (excerpt from bk. xvi, i)
  • A fable of Aesop's worth remembering (excerpt from bk. ii, xxix)
  • Compiled grammar charts.
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16. Shadow box : poems [2009]

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xi, 81 p. ; 23 cm.
The two-for-the-price-of-one poems in Shadow Boxpoems enclosed, or embedded, or inlaid within poems--comprise a new and dramatic verse form by one of Americas most respected poets. While playful in their construction, they present heartfelt examinations of human feelings, respond somberly to the news of the world, and rejoice in humankinds plentiful variety of attitudes and beliefs. In the end, these poems broaden the expressive possibilities of formal poetry by engaging the imagination in fresh and out-of-the-blue ways. At once revolutionary and traditional, Shadow Box is deep and full of surprises.
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17. Virgile dévoilé [2009]

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220 p. ; 24 cm.
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348 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
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245 p. ; 24 cm.
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138 p. : map ; 24 cm.
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