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xvi, 165 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
"The relationship between the Homeric epics and archaeology has long suffered mixed fortunes, swinging between 'fundamentalist' attempts to use archaeology in order to demonstrate the essential historicity of the epics and their background, and outright rejection of the idea that archaeology is capable of contributing anything at all to our understanding and appreciation of the epics. Archaeology and the Homeric Epic concentrates less on historicity in favour of exploring a variety of other, perhaps sometimes more oblique, ways in which we can use a multi-disciplinary approach ? archaeology, philology, anthropology and social history ? to help offer insights into the epics, the contexts of their possibly prolonged creation, aspects of their 'prehistory', and what they may have stood for at various times in their long oral and written history. 0 0The effects of the Homeric epics on the history and popular reception of archaeology, especially in the particular context of modern Germany, is also a theme that is explored here. Contributors explore a variety of issues including the relationships between visual and verbal imagery, the social contexts of epic (or sub-epic) creation or re-creation, the roles of bards and their relationships to different types of patrons and audiences, the construction and uses of 'history' as traceable through both epic and archaeology and the relationship between 'prehistoric' (oral) and 'historical' (recorded in writing) periods. Throughout, the emphasis is on context and its relevance to the creation, transmission, re-creation and manipulation of epic in the present (or near-present) as well as in the ancient Greek past."--Back cover.
Green Library
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110 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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318 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Life, conduct, and passion of Saints Kyprianos and Ioustina
  • Life and conduct of Saint Pelagia of Antioch
  • Life, conduct, and passion of the holy and glorious martyrs Galaktion and Episteme
  • Miracle concerning Euphemia the young maiden
  • Passion of the holy and triumphant martyr of Christ Barbara
  • Life, conduct, and passion of the holy martyr of Christ Saint Eugenia and her parents.
Created in the tenth century, most likely as an imperial commission, the Menologion is a collection of rewritings of saints' lives originally intended to be read at services for Christian feast days. Yet Symeon Metaphrastes's stories also abound in transgression and violence, punishment and redemption, love and miracles. They resemble Greek novels of the first centuries of the Common Era, highlighting intense emotions and focusing on desire, both sacred and profane.Symeon Metaphrastes was celebrated for rescuing martyrdom accounts and saints' biographies that otherwise may have been lost. His Menologion, among the most important Byzantine works, represents the culmination of a well-established tradition of Greek Christian storytelling. A landmark of Byzantine religious and literary culture, the Menologion was revered for centuries--copied in hundreds of manuscripts, recited publicly, and adapted into other medieval languages. This edition presents the first English translation of six Christian novels excerpted from Symeon's text, all of them featuring women who defy social expectations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674975064 20170612
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4. Contre Ibis [2017]

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120 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
"Quel est le point de rencontre improbable, locus communis rassemblant mnémotechniquement Théocrite, Callimaque, Apollonius de Rhodes, Ovide, L.-E Céline et J.-P. Sartre ? Qu'arriva-t-il au gracieux poète de l'Art d'aimer pour qu'il entreprenne à cinquante ans d'évoquer en 388 vers plus de 230 tortionnaires ou suppliciés par plus de cent genres de supplices différents, en usant dans deux cas sur trois de définitions par énigmes ? Comment put-il y parvenir ? Les antiques furent-ils oulipiens ? Leur mémoire survitaminée ? Olivier Sers répond à toutes ces questions et à bien d'autres dans son introduction à sa traduction du Contre Ibis. Établie vers pour vers (alexandrin, décasyllabe), celle-ci dévoile à droite du texte, en italiques, les noms exprimés par énigmes. Lui font suite le texte du calligramme de Théocrite La Syrinx, dont les liens avec l'Ibis sont pour la première fois mis en lumière, un bilan des supplices, et un copieux index des noms propres, l'ensemble fournissant toutes informations utiles sur les anecdotes évoquées, leur contexte, les techniques de codage employées par le poète, et les mobiles de sa reconversion inattendue dans l'oulipisme."--Page 4 of cover.
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383 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Einleitung
  • Fund und materielle Beschaffenheit des Papyrus
  • Datierung des Papyrus und der darin enthaltenen
  • Abhandlung
  • Editionsgeschichte
  • Kennen wir den Autor?
  • Die Abhandlung des Derveni-Autors
  • Die orphische Tȟogonie
  • Die physikalisch-kosmologische Theorie des Derveni-Autors und ihre Quellen
  • Die Interpretation des Derveni-Autors
  • Text und Übersetzung
  • Zum Griechischen Text
  • Kommentar
  • Appendix
  • Konkordanz
  • Literaturverzeichnis.
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xxv, 321 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • List of illustrations
  • Foreword : the importance of diogenes of oinoanda / Martin Ferguson Smith
  • Preface / Pierre-Marie Morel and Jürgen Hammerstaedt
  • Oinoanda : research in the city of diogenes / Martin Bachmann
  • The philosophical inscription of diogenes in the epigraphic context of oinoanda : new finds, new research, and new challenges / Jürgen Hammerstaedt
  • Diogenes against plato : diogenes' critique and the tradition of epicurean antiplatonism / Michael Erler
  • Plato's demiurge (NF155 = YF200) and aristotle's flux (fr. 5 Smith) : diogenes of oinoanda on the history of philosophy / Francesco Verde
  • Diogène d'Œnoanda et la polémique sur les meteora / Giuliana Leone
  • Virtue, pleasure, and cause : a case of multi-target polemic? diogenes of oenoanda, fr. 32-33 smith / Francesca Masi
  • Diogenes of oinoanda and the cyrenaics / Voula Tsouna
  • La critique des stoïciens dans l'inscription d'Œnoanda / Jean-Baptiste Gourinat
  • Diogenes of oinoanda and the epicurean epistemology of dreams / Refik Güremen
  • Diogène, lucrèce et la théorie épicurienne de l'imaginaire : fragment 9 : de rerum natura IV 971-993 / Alain Gigandet
  • La terre entière, une seule patrie : Diogène d'Œnoanda et la politique / Pierre-Marie Morel
  • Diogenes' polemical approach, or how to refute a philosophical opponent in an epigraphic context / Geert Roskam
  • Abbreviations used for diogenes and other inscriptions of oinoanda
  • Bibliography
  • About the authors
  • Index of places
  • Index of gods and mythological figures or concepts
  • Index of ancient persons, philosophical schools and concepts
  • Index of persons of modern times
  • Index of ancient texts.
Green Library
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xiv, 319 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • FRONTMATTER-- ENDMATTER.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198793601 20170327
This study of Euripides' Electra approaches the text through the lens of modern linguistics, marrying it with traditional literary criticism in order to provide new and informative means of analysing and interpreting what is considered to be one of the playwright's most controversial works. It is the first systematic attempt to apply a variety of modern linguistic theories, including conversation analysis, pragmatics, sociolinguistics (on gender and politeness), paroemiology, and discourse studies, to a single Greek tragedy. The volume focuses specifically on issues of characterization, demonstrating how Euripides shaped his figures through their use of language, while also using the same methodology to tackle some of the play's major textual issues. An introductory chapter treats each of the linguistic approaches used throughout the book, and discusses some of the general issues surrounding the play's interpretation. This is followed by chapters on the figures of the Peasant, Electra herself, and Orestes, in each case showing how their characterization is determined by their speaking style and their 'linguistic behaviour'. Three further chapters focus on textual criticism in stichomythia, on the messenger speech, and on the agon. By using modern linguistic methodologies to argue for a balanced interpretation of the Electra's main characters, the volume both challenges dominant scholarly opinion and enhances the literary interpretation of this well-studied play. Taking full account of recent and older work in both linguistics and classics, it will be of use to readers and researchers in both fields, and includes translations of all Greek cited and a glossary of linguistic terminology to make the text accessible to both.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198793601 20170327
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97 pages ; 17 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xii, 488 pages ; 23 cm
Green Library
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lxxii, 118 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Carmen iambicum in S. Theodorum Stratelatem Carmen iambicum in S. Theodorum Tironem Carmen iambicum in Annunciationem Canon iambicus in S. Iohannem Chrysostomum.
"First critical edition of the literary dossier of Merkourios the Grammarian (probably early 14th cent.), including two long unpublished works. This is the first critical edition of the literary corpus of a minor Byzantine poet, the formerly little-known Merkourios the Grammarian (Mercurius Grammaticus). He wrote after AD 1100 and can probably be identified with the homonymous student of Maximos Planoudes. A dating of his dossier to the so-called “early Palaeologan renaissance“ is, thus, plausible. Merkourios composed four dodecasyllabic poems with a total of ca. 2,190 verses. The two longer ones, which are published here for the first time, are hagiographical rewritings (metaphrases) concerning Sts Theodore Teron and Theodore Stratelates. The third poem is a rewriting of a pseudo-Chrysostomic homily on the Annunciation, whereas the fourth, hymnographic work is an iambic canon on St John Chrysostom. The latter two works were previously published in obscure and inadequate editions. These texts are particularly noteworthy on account of their literary forms and help acquiring a more precise picture of the extent of Byzantine hagiographical and homiletic literature in verse on the one hand, and iambic hymnography on the other. The edition also contributes towards the completion of the Greek hagiographical, hymnographic, and homiletic dossiers of Sts Theodores, St John Chrysostom and the Annunciation respectively. The present edition is preceded by an original introduction on the poet and the poems, focussing on their contents, models, structure, genres, possible functions and reasons of composition, metre, vocabulary, manuscript tradition and, where applicable, previous editions. The final chapter presents the editorial principles. The establishment of the text is accompanied by detailed apparatuses, mainly the critical apparatus as well as the apparatus of sources and significant parallel passages. A series of indices completes the work."--Publisher's website.
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221 pages ; 25 cm
  • Preface[-]Abbreviations [-]Primary Sources-Editions Used [-][-]Introduction[-]1) Antisthenes' status[-]2) The importance of Antisthenes' philosophical views[-]Part I Logos and Predicate[-]Chapter I Contradiction[-]1) Did Antisthenes claim that there is no such thing as contradiction?[-]2) Was Antisthenes the first theoretician of the predicate?[-]3) Aristotle contra Antisthenes[-]4) A 'mad' contradictor[-]5) Antisthenes and ouden legein[-]6) Aristotle's unconvincing rejoinder[-]7) The silver-tin analogy[-]8) The Antistheneans[-]9) Was makros logos an unusual notion?[-]10) The enumerative definition[-]1) Was the enumerative definition a trouvaille of the Antistheneans?[-]2) Does 'one cannot say what a thing is' conflict with Antisthenes' own view?[-]11) Antisthenes' followers and teaching[-]12) Aristotle's to ti en einai and the 'was' of Antisthenes' explanation of logos[-]13) The imperfect tense in the logos-formula, why not also a future tense?[-]Chapter II Investigation of names[-]1) Name (onoma)[-]2) An example of the investigation of a name (polytropos)[-]3) The logos formula reconsidered[-]4) Branccaci's solution to the imperfect ?n[-]5) An interim assessment: Antisthenes contra Plato?[-]6) Reconsideration of the issue about contradiction (Plato's Euthydemus)[-]7) 'To speak falsely' (ce desyai) [-]8) 'Nearly' (sxed n) [-]9) Antisthenes' teaching practice[-]10) Appendix I: Guthrie's systematic survey[-]Part II Antisthenes' views on Theology: His theoretical approach to the study of Homer[-]Chapter I Theology[-]1) Antisthenes and monotheism: was Antisthenes the first monotheist?[-]2) Aphrodite's case[-]3) Pleasure as background to theological issues[-]4) Antisthenes and the popular gods[-]Chapter II Antisthenes' scientific approach to the study of Homer[-]1) Polytropos[-]1) Section 1[-]2) Section 2 (lysis)[-]3) Section 3[-]2) Commentary on the sections [-]1) Strange Section 3[-]2) Antisthenes' logical style[-]3) Argumentation in Section 2[-]4) Section 3 revisited[-]3) Aristotle corrected[-]Chapter III Antisthenes' interpretation of other Homeric Figures[-]1) A critical observation: Antisthenes in favour of Homer and the Cyclopes[-]2) Calypso[-]3) Other places in Homer: On wine[-]Part III Antisthenean Ethics[-]Chapter I Ethics and Myth[-]1) Introduction: Moral strength[-]2) Heracles: Ethics and paideia[-]3) Heracles and Heavenly Matters[-]4) Heracles and Money[-]5) Heracles and Virtue[-]6) Properties of virtue, wisdom (phronesis)[-]Chapter II Sex, Marriage, Family[-]1) Antisthenes' teaching regarding sex and marriage[-]2) Adultery[-]3) Family[-]Chapter III Aspasia[-]1) Introduction[-]2) Aspasia and Pericles[-]3) Aspasia and Menexenus[-]Chapter IV Alcibiades[-]1) Alcibiades and beauty[-]2) Alcibiades' bad behaviour[-]Chapter V Antisthenes and Politics[-]1) Introduction[-]2) Archelaus, the bad king?[-]3) Whence Antisthenes' preference for Cyrus as the good king?[-]4) Antisthenes' Cyrus-works, Xenophon's Cyropaedia[-]5) Good and Bad in the State[-]6) Social theory[-]Chapter VI The Wise[-]1) The wise person[-]2) The wise as models[-]Chapter VII Antisthenes and Xenophon[-]1) Introduction[-]2) Jealousy and envy[-]2) Friendship[-]3) Friendship and 'orthosemantics'[-]Chapter VIII A portrait of Antisthenes in Xenophon's Symposium[-]1) Antisthenes in Xenophon's Symposium[-]2) The teachability of virtue[-]3) Antisthenes as a cross-examiner[-]4) Antisthenes and Niceratus on Homer[-]5) Antisthenes' speech[-]6) Pandering[-]7) Two incidental appearances[-]8) The final scene between Socrates and Antisthenes[-]9) Antisthenean themes in Xenophon's Symposium[-]Epilogue: Antisthenes, an Assessment[-]Appendix II The Speeches of Ajax and Odysseus[-]Introduction[-]Antisthenes' sources[-]The aim of the speeches[-]Aiax' speech: 'Not words but deeds'[-]O.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789462982987 20170717
Philosophy, theology, ethics, epistemiology, politics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789462982987 20170717
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236 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
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xiv, 824 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • Einleitung
  • Stand der Forschung
  • Geschichte der platonischen Akademie bis zum 1. Jh.v.Chr.
  • Auswahl der Mittelplatoniker
  • Anordnung des Materials
  • Prosopographie
  • Ailianos
  • Alexander (?)
  • Alkinous (?)
  • Ammonios, M. Annios
  • Anonymos [I]
  • Anonymos [II]
  • Anonymos [III]
  • Anonymos [IV]
  • Antisthenes
  • Apollas von Sardes (= Iollas von Sardes) (?)
  • Apollonios aus Syrien
  • Apollophanes
  • Aquilinus, Iulius
  • Aristandros
  • Aristodemos von Aigion
  • Ariston von Alexandrien
  • Aristos von Askalon
  • Arria
  • Athenagoras (?)
  • Autobulos, L. Mestrios von Chaironeia
  • Bakchios von Paphos
  • Boethos
  • Daphnos von Ephesos
  • Demetrios [I] von Alexandrien
  • Demetrios [II]
  • Demokritos
  • Derkyllides
  • Diadumenos
  • Diogenianos von Pergamon
  • Dion von Alexandrien
  • Dionysodoros, Flavios Maikios Se [veros?]
  • Euarestos von Kreta (?)
  • Eukleides
  • Eustrophos von Athen
  • Gaios
  • Harpokration von Argos
  • Herakleitos (?)
  • Herakleon von Megara
  • Hierax
  • Iollas von Sardes (?)
  • Iollasios von Sardes (= Iollas von Sardes) (?)
  • Ion
  • Isidoros von Thmouis
  • Iunkos
  • Kailianos, T. Varios (?)
  • Kapiton
  • Kensorinos (?)
  • Klemens
  • Kornelianos, Markos Sextios von Mallos
  • Kratippos von Pergamon
  • Kronios
  • Laitos, Ophellios
  • Lukios
  • Lupus
  • Lysimachos (?)
  • Magnos
  • Manaichmos
  • Markelleinos, Koilos (?)
  • Maximos von Nikaia
  • Melantas (?)
  • Melanthios (?)
  • Menekrates von Mitylene (?)
  • Mnaseas von Tyros (?)
  • Moderatos von Gades
  • Nestor von Tarsos
  • Nigrinos
  • Nikolaus
  • Nikostratros von Athen
  • Onasander, Onosander
  • Onetor
  • Phanias (?)
  • Philostratos aus Ägypten
  • Plutarchos von Chaironeia d.J.
  • [P]o[l]os von Akragas (?)
  • Potamon von Alexandrien
  • Proklinos von Troas
  • Pyrallianos von Pergamon
  • Rhosandros (?)
  • Sabinos, G. Iulios
  • Sekundinos von Tralleis
  • Severos
  • Sotimos von Athen (= Zosimos von Athen)
  • Tauros, L. Kalbenos
  • Themistokles (?)
  • Theomnestos von Naukratis
  • Tyndares von Lakedaimon (?)
  • Zeuxippos von Lakedaimon
  • Zosimos, Sotimos von Athen
  • Texte und Übersetzungen
  • Ailianos
  • Alexander (?)
  • Alkinous (?)
  • Ammonios, M. Annios
  • Anonymos [I]
  • Anonymos [II]
  • Anonymos [III]
  • Anonymos [IV]
  • Antisthenes
  • Apollonios aus Syrien
  • Apollophanes
  • Aquilinus, Iulius
  • Aristandros
  • Aristodemos von Aigion
  • Aristn̤ von Alexandrien
  • Aristos von Askalon
  • Arria
  • Athenagoras (?)
  • Autobulos, L. Mestrios von Chaironeia
  • Bakchios von Paphos
  • Boethos
  • Daphnos von Ephesos
  • Demetrios [I] von Alexandrien
  • Demetrios [II]
  • Demokritos
  • Derkyllides
  • Diogenianos von Pergamon
  • Dion von Alexandrien
  • Dionysodoros, Flavios Maikios Se[veros?]
  • Euarestos von Kreta (?)
  • Eukleides
  • Eustrophos von Athen
  • Gaios
  • Harpokration von Argos
  • Herakleitos (?)
  • Herakleon von Megara
  • Hierax
  • Iollas von Sardes (?)
  • Ion
  • Isidoros von Thmouis
  • Iunkos
  • Kailianos, T. Varios (?)
  • Kapiton
  • Kensorinos (?)
  • Klemens
  • Kornelianos, Markos Sextios von Mallos
  • Kratippos von Pergamon
  • Kronios
  • Laitos, Ophellios
  • Lukios
  • Lupus
  • Lysimachos (?)
  • Magnos
  • Manaichmos
  • Markelleinos, Koilos (?)
  • Maximos von Nikaia
  • Melantas (?)
  • Melanthios (?)
  • Menekrates von Mitylene (?)
  • Mnaseas von Tyros (?)
  • Moderatos von Gades
  • Nestor von Tarsos
  • Nikolaos
  • Nikostratros von Athen
  • Onasander, Onosander
  • Onetor
  • Phanias (?)
  • Philostratos aus Ägypten
  • Plutarchos von Chaironeia d.J.
  • [P]o[l]os von Akragas (?)
  • Potamon von Alexandrien
  • Proklinos von Troas
  • Pyrallianos von Pergamon
  • Rhosandros (?)
  • Sabinos, G. Iulios
  • Sekundinos von Tralleis
  • Severos
  • Tauros, L. Ralbenos
  • Themistokles (?)
  • Theomnestos von Naukratis
  • Tyndares von Lakedaimon (?)
  • Zeuxippos von Lakedaimon
  • Zosimos, Sotimos von Athen
  • Appendix : Platonici maiores
  • Index fontium
  • Konkordanzen
  • Index nominum.
Green Library
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xiii, 375 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Life and works
  • Praxagoras and the history of medicine and philosophy
  • The present study
  • Part I. The fragments
  • Introduction to the fragments and source-authors
  • The fragments
  • The source-authors
  • Part II. The doctrines of Praxagoras
  • Praxagoras on arteries and pulse
  • What are the arteries?
  • The origins of Praxagoras' conception of arteries
  • The role of pneuma
  • Conclusion
  • The doctrines of Praxagoras
  • Praxagoras in context : the place of his doctrines in the history of Greco-Roman medicine and philosophy.
The distinction that Praxagoras of Cos (4th-3rd c. BC) made between arteries and veins and his views on pulsation and pneuma are two significant turning points in the history of ideas and medicine. In this book Orly Lewis presents the fragmentary evidence for this topic and offers a fresh analysis of Praxagoras' views on the soul and the functions of the heart and pneuma. In so doing, she highlights the empirical basis of Praxagoras' views and his engagement with earlier medical debates and with Aristotle's physiology. The study consists of an edition and translation of the relevant fragments (some absent from the standard 1958 edition) followed by a commentary and a synthetic analysis of Praxagoras' views and their place in the history of medicine and ideas.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004337428 20170515
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479 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Green Library
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xlvi, 145 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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xvi, 712 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • Der Codex Athonensis Laurae B 11
  • Marginalien zur Edition des Hodegos
  • Codex Recentior, non Deterior?
  • Zur Überlieferung des Hodegos im Codex Vindobonensis theol. gr. 40
  • Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Union des Konzils von Lyon (1274)
  • Bemerkungen zum Codex Parisinus gr. 1115 (Med. Reg. 2951)
  • Das Problem des Kolophons
  • Das Florileg zur Verteidigung des Bilderkultes und die Datierung des Kolophons
  • Das Florileg gegen das filioque der Lateiner : ein Florileg des 13. Jahrhunderts?
  • Der Parisinus gr. 1115 : ein Werk eines kaiserlichen Scriptoriums?
  • Neues zum Kolophon des Parisinus Graecus 1115?
  • Hypothesen zum ikonodulen Florileg des Parisinus
  • Eine neue Theorie : die Priorität des Parisinus vor den Akten von Nikaia (787 n.Chr.)
  • Bisher schon bekannte Tatsachen und Hypothesen
  • Bemerkungen zum vorgelegten Beweis einer Priorität von P vor Ni.
  • Eine von Ni. unabhängige Quelle von P : ß(PV)
  • Die Unabhängigkeit der Quelle ß(PV) von Ni.
  • Der Inhalt des Florilegs in V : zwei Teile : zwei Quellen
  • Zur Schein-Verwandtschaft von ß(PV) mit Ni.
  • Eine Zwischenbilanz
  • Das Testimonium aus Stephan von Bostra
  • Sigel für die zitierten Quellen und die benutzten Editionen
  • Liste der abgekürzt zitierten Sekundärliteratur
  • Zu : A. Alexakis, Codex Parisinus Graecus 1115 and Its Archetype, DOS 34, Washington D.C. 1996
  • Eine Rezension im Forschungsbericht, Research Report der Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, Journal of Ancient Christianity 3, 1999
  • Ein griechisches Florileg zur Verteidigung des Filioque aus dem 7. Jahrhundert?
  • Eine Bemerkung zum Parisinus graecus 1115
  • Abgrenzung des Status quaestionis
  • Die Hypothese von A. Alexakis
  • Eine Stellungnahme : Was sind die Argumente wert?
  • Zur Metaphysik der Präpositionen
  • Das Zeugnis des Maximos Homologetes
  • Anonyme Zwölfsilber zu Joh. 16,14-15
  • Notiuncula zur Geschichte des filioque
  • Nochmals zu Stephan von Bostra (CPG 7790) im Parisinus Gr. 1115
  • Ein Testimonium : zwei Quellen
  • Eine offene Fragestellung im Blick auf den Parisinus gr. 1115
  • Das Florileg adversus Iconoclastas in P : Roms Beitrag zum Ökumenischen Konzil von Nikaia?
  • Beobachtungen zum Testimonium aus Stephan von Bostra in P
  • Zum ersten Teil des Testimoniums : Z. 1-63 (1-33)
  • Eine Zwischenbemerkung zu H als Rückübersetzung
  • Zum zweiten Teil des Testimoniums : Z. 63-90 (33-48)
  • Die Bedeutung des Testimoniums aus Stephan von Bostra für den Beweis der Abhängigkeit des Parisinus von den Akten von Nikaia
  • Welche Testimonien des Parisinus sind Rückübersetzungen?
  • Die Akten von Nikaia als Quelle des Parisinus
  • Sigel für die zitierten Quellen und die benutzten Editionen
  • Liste der abgekürzt zitierten Sekundärliteratur
  • Severian von Gabala in Florilegien zum Bilderkult
  • Der Beitrag der Testimonien aus Severian in Papst Hadrians I. Apologie des Konzils von Nikaia
  • Testimonien unter dem Namen Severians
  • Eine Homilie über die Gottebenbildlichkeit des Menschen
  • Ein Zitat aus Severians Homilie De sigillis (CPG 4209)
  • Ein Testimonium aus der Homilie über die eherne Schlange des Moses (CPG 4196)
  • Testimonien aus Severian unter dem Namen des Johannes Chrysostomos
  • Das Zitat aus der Predigt De uno legislatore Veteris et Novi Testamenti (CPG 4192)
  • Ein Zitat aus einer Predigt auf die Fußwaschung beim letzten Abendmahl (CPG 4216)
  • Das Testimonium in der vierten Sitzung von Nikaia im Kontext seiner Vor-und Wirkungsgeschichte
  • Das Testimonium in der Synodica Hadrians vom Jahre 785 (JE 2448) und seine Vor- und Wirkungsgeschichte
  • Sigel für die zitierten Quellen und die benutzten Editionen
  • Liste der abgekürzt zitierten Sekundärliteratur
  • Eine Ergänzung zur Edition von Anastasii Sinaitae "Viae Dux"
  • Das Verzeichnis benutzter und zitierter Handschriften
  • Ein Nachtrag zu Seth in der patristischen Literatur
  • Sprache und Sein bei Anastasios Sinaites
  • Eine Semantik im Dienst der Kontroverstheologie
  • Der Codex Vaticanus gr. 1409
  • Eine Beschreibung der Handschrift
  • Nochmals zum Antiquissimus Ducaei
  • Ein Traktat des Anastasios Sinaities (CPG 7747) unter dem Namen Gregors von Nyssa (CPG 3218)
  • "Die ... "Anopa des Gregorius von Nyssa"?
  • Ein Beitrag zur Geistmethaphysik in Byzanz mit einer Edition von CPG 1781
  • Die drei Versionen des Textes CPG 1781
  • Das Verhältnis der drei Versionen zu einander : ein Vergleich ihres Inhalts
  • Die erste Version und Anastasius Sinaita : Fortsetzung im Vergleich
  • Die Edition des Textes
  • Ordinateur et Stemmatologie
  • Une constellation contaminée dans une tradition grecque
  • Editionstechnik ohne "Trenn- und Bindefehler"?
  • Zur Rekonstruktion von Stammbäumen mittels des Computerprogramms von A. Dees
  • Which Variants are Useful in Discovering the Deep Structure of the Manuscript Tradition of a Text?
  • Contra a so-called Essentially Quantitative Approach
  • The Main Difference : The Missing Qualitative Evaluation
  • The Three Level Method : some pros and cons
  • Status quaestionis : Illustrated by an Fictional Example
  • A Test of an Edition as Paradigm
  • The editor's stemma
  • Distinguishing types of variants
  • Application to the paradigm
  • References
  • Antimonophysitische Aporien des Anastasios Sinaites
  • Einführung und Edition
  • Die handschriftliche Überlieferung der Aporien
  • Sigel
  • Sigel des kritischen Apparates
  • Sigel des Apparates der Quellen und Parallelstellen im Hodegos
  • Sigel des Testimonienapparates
  • Index fontium et locorum parallelorum ex Anastasii Sinaitae Duce Viae haustorum
  • Apparatus criticus
  • A J M V (G O)
  • Apparatus testimoniorum
  • Zu M. Richards Edition der Opera quae supersunt von Johannes Grammatikos : Eine Besprechung in BZ 73,1980
  • Syllogistik im Dienst der Orthodoxie
  • Zwei unedierte Texte byzantinischer Kontroverstheologie des 6. Jahrhunderts
  • Die dem Anastasios Sinaites zugeschriebene Synopsis de haeresibus et synodis
  • Einführung und Edition
  • Verzeichnis der Sigel
  • Sigel, die nur im kritischen Apparat verwandt werden
  • Sigel der Apparate
  • Sigel für die im Apparat genannte Sekundärliteratur
  • Apparatus criticus
  • Apparatus fontium et locorum parallelorum
  • Zur griechischen und lateinischen Übersetzung der Apokalypse des Pseudo-Me-thodios (CPG-CPG.S 1830)
  • Eine Rezension
  • Die "Philosophischen Kapitel" des Anastasius I. von Antiochien (559-598)
  • Untersuchung der Überlieferung
  • Die direkte Überlieferung
  • Die indirekte Überlieferung
  • Kritische Edition mit einem Textanhang
  • Sigla codicum :
  • Sigla testimoniorum persaepe occurrentium:
  • Anhang zu Definitiones Variae (CPG 3066) Ps.-Gregorius Nazianzenus, Exc. (cf. nota 112)
  • Des Patriarchen Anastasius I. von Antiochien Jerusalemer Streitgespräch mit einem Tritheiten (CPG 6958)
  • Einleitung
  • Nachträge
  • Konkordanz : Mansi, ACO
  • Veröffentlichungen des Autors
  • Rezensionen
  • Register
  • Quellenregister
  • Altes und Neues Testament
  • Christliche Quellen bis zum 8. Jahrhundert
  • Das Florileg zur Verteidigung des Bilderkults im Parisinus gr. 1115
  • Inhalt des Florilegs : 106 Texte
  • Nachtrag zu den auf S. 49-94, 106-173 nicht erörterten Texten des Florilegs
  • Zum Kontext des Florilegs
  • Christliche Quellen aus der Zeit nach dem 8. Jahrhundert
  • Nichtchristliche Quellen
  • Wortregister
  • Eine Auswahl griechischer Worte, insbes. Termini
  • Eine Auswahl griechischer Namen, inklusiv einiger lectiones variantes
  • Sachregister
  • Personenregister
  • Personen aus der Vergangenheit
  • Zitierte Autoren und Editoren
  • Verzeichnis der erwähnten Handschriften.
Green Library
Book
xix, 151 pages ; 20 cm.
  • Acknowledgements Translator's Note Suggestions for Further Reading Introduction Theogony: Introduction Works and Days: Introduction Theogony Notes Works and Days Notes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810134874 20170515
Widely considered the first poet in the Western tradition to address the matter of his own experience, Hesiod occupies a seminal position in literary history. The Theogony brings together and formalizes many of the Greek myth narratives, detailing the genealogy of the Greek gods and their violent struggles for power. Works and Days seems on its face to be a compendium of advice about managing a farm, but it ranges far beyond this scope to meditate on the virtues of a good life, morality, justice, and the place of humans in the universe. Considered foundational texts of Western literature, these poems are concerned with orderliness and organization, and they proclaim those ideals from small scale to vast, from the legibility of a handful of seeds to the story of the cosmos. Presented here in a bilingual edition, Johnson's translation takes care to preserve Hesiod's expression of his themes in the structure of his lines and sentences, achieving a sonic and rhythmic balance that enables us to hear his music across the millennia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810134874 20170515
Green Library
Book
x, 267 pages ; 25 cm
  • Acknowledgments
  • Note to the reader
  • Introduction
  • Part One: The fragments of Greek comedy
  • Electra and the coal pan: tragic culture in the comic fragments
  • Give me a bit of paratragedy: tragic parody in the comic fragments
  • Part Two: Aristophanes
  • The man is obsessed with song: a contest of genres in Wasps
  • Euripides in the echo chamber: poets and their poetry in women at the Thesmophoria
  • Writing beyond genres: the Dionysiac festival in Gerytades and wealth
  • Conclusion.
Aristophanes' engagement with tragedy is one of the most striking features of his comedies: Euripides appears repeatedly as a character in these plays, jokes about tragedy and tragic poets abound, and parodies of tragedy frequently underlie whole scenes and even the plots of these plays. Tragedy on the Comic Stage contextualizes this engagement with tragedy within Greek comedy as a genre by examining paratragedy in the fragments of Aristophanes' contemporaries and successors in the fifth and fourth centuries. Farmer organizes these fragments under two rubrics. First, he discusses fragments that show characters discussing tragedy, use tragic poets as characters, or make reference to the dramatic festivals; these fragments, Farmer argues, develop a <"culture of tragedy>" within Greek comedy, a consistent set of tropes and devices that depict tragedy as part of the world inhabited by the characters of these plays. Second, he assembles fragments that show tragic parody, imitations of tragedy that render tragic language humorous or ironic by juxtaposing it with the base characters and quotidian circumstances that make up Greek comedy. Tragedy on the Comic Stage then illustrates these features of fragmentary paratragedy within three intact Aristophanic comedies: Wasps, Women at the Thesmophoria, and Wealth. These new readings of Aristophanes' plays show the value of reading Aristophanes in conjunction with the comic fragments, and insist on the subtlety and complexity of Aristophanic paratragedy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190492076 20170306
Green Library
Book
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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