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xii, 104 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • The Aethiopis and the Iliad
  • The Aethiopis and art
  • Commentary on Proclus' summary of the Aethiopis
  • Commentary on the "fragments" of the Aethiopis.
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2. Biblioteca [2016]

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xciv, 1300 pages ; 29 cm
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Book
240 pages ; 24 cm.
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351 pages ; 27 cm
Interest in the Septuagint today continues to grow stronger. Despite that interest, students have lacked a guidebook to the text similar to the readers and handbooks that exist for the Greek New Testament. Discovering the Septuagint: A Guided Reader fills that need. Created by an expert on the Septuagint, this groundbreaking resource draws on Jobes's experience as an educator in order to help upper-level college, seminary, and graduate students cultivate skill in reading the Greek Old Testament. This reader presents, in Septuagint canonical order, ten Greek texts from the Rahlfs-Hanhart Septuaginta critical edition. It explains the syntax, grammar, and vocabulary of more than 700 verses from select Old Testament texts representing a variety of genres, including the Psalms, the Prophets, and more. The texts selected for this volume were chosen to fit into a typical semester. Each text (1) is an example of distinctive Septuagint syntax or word usage; (2) exemplifies the amplification of certain theological themes or motifs by the Septuagint translators within their Jewish Hellenistic culture; and/or (3) is used significantly by New Testament writers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780825443428 20160830
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vii, 239 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Note on Sources and Citations Acknowledgments Prologue Capo Chapter One: Figures Chapter Two: Affect Chapter Three: Music Coda Works Cited Notes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780823269655 20160822
In the four centuries leading up to the death of Euripides, Greek singers, poets, and theorists delved deeply into auditory experience. They charted its capacity to develop topologies distinct from those of the other senses; contemplated its use as a communicator of information; calculated its power to express and cause extreme emotion. They made sound too, artfully and self-consciously creating songs and poems that reveled in sonorousness. Dissonance reveals the commonalities between ancient Greek auditory art and the concerns of contemporary sound studies, avant-garde music, and aesthetics, making the argument that "classical" Greek song and drama were, in fact, an early European avant-garde, a proto-exploration of the aesthetics of noise. The book thus develops an alternative to that romantic ideal which sees antiquity as a frozen and silent world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780823269655 20160822
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6. Elektra [2016]

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viii, 271 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Vorwort der Herausgeber
  • Vorwort
  • Einführung
  • Elektra und der Atridenmythos
  • Griechische Mythen
  • Der Elektramythos vor der Tragödie
  • Der Mythos bei Aischylos und Sophokles
  • Zweimal Elektra : Sophokles und Euripides
  • Die Elektra des Sophokles
  • Elektra in der modernen Rezeption
  • Zur Überlieferung des Textes
  • Text, Übersetzung, Kommentar
  • Anhang
  • Liste der Abweichungen von Finglass' Text
  • Metrische Analysen
  • Literaturverzeichnis.
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xiv, 177 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Green Library
Book
190 pages ; 17 cm.
Green Library
Book
x, 334 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Sapere
  • Vorwort zum Band
  • Einführung
  • Einführung in die Schrift (Heinz-Günther Nesselrath)
  • Tatian : Leben und Werk
  • Leben
  • Werk
  • Die Oratio ad Graecos
  • Aufbau der Schrift
  • Situierung und Datierung
  • Die Gattungsfrage
  • Zu Überlieferung und Text der Oratio ad Graecos
  • Frühe indirekte Überlieferung
  • Handschriften
  • Zu den modernen Editionen
  • Textabweichungen dieser Ausgabe von früheren
  • Text, Übersetzung und Anmerkungen
  • ... (Text und Übersetzung von Heinz-Günther Nesselrath)
  • Anmerkungen zur Übersetzung (Heinz-Günther Nesselrath)
  • Essays
  • Tatians Oratio ad Graecos und der Diskurs über 'Religion' in der frühen Kaiserzeit (Ferdinand R. Prostmeier)
  • Antiochia am rontes und sein religiöser Kosmos
  • Bildungsmilieu
  • Vorgäge : Konfliktdisposition : Wissbegier
  • Gott ist Schöpfer und Retter
  • Konfliktdispositionen
  • Tradition religiöse Wissbegier und Prestige
  • Achsenhemen und Protagonisten in der frühchristlichen Apologetik
  • Diskurs und Konstruktion
  • Tatians Seelenlehre im Kontext der zeitgenössischen Philosophie (Holger Strutwolf, Marie-Luise Lakmann)
  • Einleitung
  • Wesen und Ursprung der Seele
  • Die Unsterblichkeit der Seele
  • Fazit
  • Tatian und die antike Paideia : ein Wanderer zwischen zwei (Bildungs-)Welten (Peter Gemeinhardt)
  • Zum Einstieg : Uneideutigkeit als Programm?
  • Ein weit gereister Autor : Bildiugsbiographische Streiflichter
  • Tatians Auseianderseteungm mit dem hellenchen Bildungsideal
  • Fazit : ein Wanderer zwischen den (Bildungs-)Welten
  • Got und die Dämonen bei Tatian (Andrei Timotin)
  • TatiansTheologie
  • Die Gotteslehre
  • Die Logoslehre
  • Die Pneumatologie
  • Tatians Dämonologie
  • Der Ursprung der Dämonen
  • Die Konstitution der Dämonen
  • Die Tätigkeiten der Dämonen
  • Die Astrologie
  • Die Mantik
  • Die Magie
  • Die Heikunde
  • Schluss
  • Spuren Tatians und semer Oratio ad Graecos in der christlichen Literatur der Spätantike (Adolf Martin Ritter)
  • Vorbemerkungen
  • Spuren Tatians in antiken Geschichtsquellen : ein Überblick
  • Zum Problem der Nachwirkung Tatians am Leitfaden von Hauptthemen semer Oratio ad Graecos
  • Der göttliche Ursprung und Charakter des Christentums
  • Altersbeweis für das Christentum
  • Die Einheit des Christentums als Problem
  • Christenhim als "Barbarenphilosophie"
  • Gegen die philosophische These von der Ewigkeit der Materie : Creatio ex nihilo
  • Fazit
  • Anhang
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Abkürzungen
  • Ausgaben, Kommentare und Übersetzungen
  • Sekundärliteratur (und Ausgaben anderer Autoren)
  • Indices (Andrea Villani)
  • Stellenregister (in Auswahl)
  • Namens-und Sachregister
  • Die Autoren dieses Bandes.
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320 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Segen(2Macc. 1, 206)
  • Gemeindgebet(e) (1Clem. 59, 3; 59, 4-61, 3; 64)
  • Christlich überarbeitete 'Amida für das Shabbat-Musaph-Gebet (Constitutiones Apostolicae 7, 33-38)
  • Fragmente eines jüdischen Gebetsformulars (Pap. Oxy. 2068)
  • Zwei Gebete für den Versöhnungstag (Yom Kippur) (Pap. Egerton 5)
  • Gebetsfragmente
  • Fragment eines Bittgebetes (Pap. Berol. 16356)
  • Fragment eines Gebetbuches (Pap. Oxy, 5128)
  • Monotheistische Gebete
  • Gebets-Sammlung (Pap. Mich. inv. 6427)
  • "Lobpreis des Schöpfergottes" (Fragment einer Anaphora?) (Pap. Berol. 6697)
  • Zitate aus Synagogengebeten bei Kirchenvätern
  • Birkhat ha-Minim (Epiphanios Adv. haer. 29, 9, 2)
  • Zitat aus der 'Amida-Benediktion 'Yerushalayim' (?) (Hieronymus Comm. in Is. 17, 37 in Is. 64, 8-10)
  • Koptische Paraphrase eines hebräischen Gebetes (Shenoute von Atripe Exegetische Homilie XX)
  • Anhang : Hebräische Gebete aus Ägypten und Dura Europos
  • Segen über die Mahlzeit (Piyyut zur Birkat ha-Mazon) (Dura Europos D. Pg. 25)
  • Piyyut zur 'Amida-Benediktion Modim (?) (Pap. Cologne inv. 5.941).
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280 pages ; 21 cm.
Green Library
Book
430 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Green Library
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620 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm.
Green Library
Book
319 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • The Antikythera mechanism research project / M. Allen [and 18 others]. General preface to the inscriptions
  • Historical background and general observations / A. Jones
  • The front dial and parapegma inscriptions / Y. Bitsakis, A. Jones
  • The back dial and back plate inscriptions / M. Anastasiou [and 4 others]
  • The back cover inscriptions / Y. Bitsakis, A. Jones
  • The front cover inscriptions / M. Anastasiou [and 5 others].
Green Library
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lxxiv, 100 pages, 6 pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
This volume presents a new critical edition of John Kananos' account of the unsuccessful siege of Constantinople by the Ottomans in 1422. An eye-witness to the siege, Kananos celebrates the defense of the City and its miraculous liberation at the hand of the Mother of God. This book offers a new critical text of Kananos' passionate narrative alongside a new analysis of the manuscripts, an English translation, and a linguistic commentary.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781501510908 20160808
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volumes ; 24 cm.
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xxiv, 566 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- LIST OF FIGURES -- ABBREVIATIONS -- NOTE ON CHRONOLOGY -- INTRODUCTION -- CATALOGUE OF TEXTS -- LOCATION OF INSCRIPTIONS -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- INDEX OF GREEK WORDS -- INDEX LOCORUM -- SUBJECT INDEX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199204823 20160619
This volume presents the Greek text of approximately 200 stone inscriptions, which detail the laws of ancient Crete in the archaic and classical periods, c.650-400 BCE. The texts of the inscriptions, many of which are fragmentary and relatively unknown, are accompanied by an English translation and also two commentaries; one focused on epigraphical and linguistic issues, and the other, requiring no knowledge of Greek, focused on legal and historical issues. The texts are preceded by a substantial introduction, which surveys the geography, history, writing habits, social and political structure, economy, religion, and law of Crete in this period.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199204823 20160619
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xxiv, 566 pages : illustrations, map, plans ; 26 cm
  • Archaic and classical Crete : unity or diversity?
  • Setting the stage
  • The inscriptions
  • Government
  • Persons
  • Social institutions
  • Economy
  • Inter-polis relations
  • Religion
  • Law
  • Texts.
This volume presents the Greek text of approximately 200 stone inscriptions, which detail the laws of ancient Crete in the archaic and classical periods, c.650-400 BCE. The texts of the inscriptions, many of which are fragmentary and relatively unknown, are accompanied by an English translation and also two commentaries; one focused on epigraphical and linguistic issues, and the other, requiring no knowledge of Greek, focused on legal and historical issues. The texts are preceded by a substantial introduction, which surveys the geography, history, writing habits, social and political structure, economy, religion, and law of Crete in this period.
Law Library (Crown)
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xvi, 170 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Inscribed some time after 264 BCE, the Parian Marble offers a chronological list of events with an exceptional emphasis on literary matters. Literary History in the Parian Marble" explores the literary and historiographical qualities of the inscription, the genre to which it belongs, and the emerging patterns of time. Endorsing the hypothesis that the inscription was originally displayed at a Parian shrine honoring Archilochus, Andrea Rotstein argues that literary history was one of its main concerns. Though it may be conventional in its focus on the chronology of poets, their inventions and victories, the Parian Marble is nonetheless idiosyncratic in the range of authors displayed. By reconstructing the methods by which information might have been obtained, Rotstein contributes to an understanding of the way literary history was practiced within the local communities of ancient Greece, away from the major Hellenistic centers of scholarship.The Parian chronicle has not been the subject of a comprehensive study for almost a century. Literary History in the Parian Marble" brings to the English-speaking audience up-to-date information about the inscription, including a revision of Felix Jacoby s Greek text and a complete translation.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674417236 20160830
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cxlv, 92 pages ; 25 cm.
"Nicephorus Blemmydes was born as the second son of a doctor in Constantinople at the very end of the 12th century. In December 1224 he was ordained lector by patriarch Germanus II, which marked the beginning of a successful career in the Church, culminating in the foundation of his own monastery near Ephesus. Teaching, both on theological and secular topics, played a major part in his life as well. Among his pupils were George Acropolites and the future emperor Theodore II Lascaris. To instruct the fellow monks in his monastery, Blemmydes wrote, among other things, four brief treatises, entitled 'De fide', 'De virtute et ascesi', 'De anima' and 'De corpore', each of which might have originally been part of his 'Typikon.' Up to now, only the 'De anima' has been decently edited. This volume presents the first critical edition of 'De virtute et ascesi, ' which was previously only available in a somewhat deficient edition from 1784. The Greek text is preceded by a detailed analysis of the manuscript tradition. Special attention is also given to the indirect tradition of this ethical treatise, which accounts for the inclusion in this volume of the 'De virtute' by Joseph Rhacendytes (ca. 1260-1330)."-- Provided by publisher.
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