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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.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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2 volumes : illustrations, colour plates, maps ; 24 cm
  • Book I
  • Book II.
Since its publication in 1990, Athenaze: An Introduction to Ancient Greek has helped tens of thousands of students learn classical Greek. Building on the bestselling tradition of previous editions, the long-awaited third edition combines the best features of traditional and modern teaching methods. It provides a unique course of instruction that allows students to read connected Greek narrative right from the beginning and guides them to the point where they can begin reading complete classical texts. James Morwood, editor of the Oxford Grammar of Classical Greek and the Pocket Oxford Classical Greek Dictionary, brings his expertise and years of teaching experience to this revision. Carefully designed to hold students' interest, the course begins in Book I with a fictional narrative about an Attic farmer's family placed in a precise historical context (432-431 B.C.). This narrative, interwoven with tales from mythology and the Persian Wars, gradually gives way in Book II to adapted passages from Thucydides, Plato, and Herodotus and ultimately to excerpts of the original Greek of Bacchylides, Thucydides, and Aristophanes' Acharnians. Essays on relevant aspects of ancient Greek culture and history are also woven throughout.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190607678 20161031
Green Library
Book
432 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)

4. Biblioteca [2016]

Book
xciv, 1300 pages ; 29 cm
Green Library
Book
xiii, 394 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Text and translation / Jeffrey C. Anderson
  • The Harvard manuscript and the history of the Horologion of the Greek liturgical psalter / Stefano Parenti ; translated from the Italian.
Green Library
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3 volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Volume 1. Index titulorum codicis iustiniani
  • List of titles in the Codex of Justinian
  • Justice Fred H. Blume and the translation of Justinian's Codex / Timothy Kearley
  • Revising Justice Blume's translation of Justinian's Codex and note on the dating of constitutions / Bruce W. Frier and Noel Lenski
  • The Codex of Justinian : the life of a text through 1500 years / Simon Corcoran
  • Codex of Justinian : text and translation
  • The introductory constitutions / edited by John Noël Dillon and Bruce W. Frier
  • First book / edited by John Noel Dillon
  • Second book / edited by Bruce W. Frier
  • Third book / edited by Serena Connolly
  • volume 2. Fourth book / edited by Dennis P. Kehoe
  • Fifth book / edited by Thomas A. J. McGinn
  • Sixth book / edited by Simon Corcoran, Michael Crawford, and Benet Salway ; and by Bruce W. Frier, Dennis P. Kehoe, and Thomas A.J. McGinn
  • Seventh book / edited by Noel Lenski
  • volume 3. Eighth book / edited by Bruce W. Frier
  • Ninth book / edited by Thomas A. J. McGinn
  • Tenth book / edited by Dennis P. Kehoe
  • Eleventh book / edited by Dennis P. Kehoe
  • Twelfth book / edited by Charles F. Pazdernik
  • Glossary of Roman law terms
  • Chronological list of the constitutions in Justinian's Codex.
The Codex of Justinian is, together with the Digest, the core of the great Byzantine compilation of Roman law called the Corpus Iuris Civilis. The Codex compiles legal proclamations issued by Roman emperors from the second to the sixth centuries CE. Its influence on subsequent legal development in the medieval and early modern world has been almost incalculable. But the Codex has not, until now, been credibly translated into English. This translation, with a facing Latin and Greek text (from Paul Kruger's ninth edition of the Codex), is based on one made by Justice Fred H. Blume in the 1920s, but left unpublished for almost a century. It is accompanied by introductions explaining the background of the translation, a bibliography and glossary, and notes that help in understanding the text. Anyone with an interest in the Codex, whether an interested novice or a professional historian, will find ample assistance here.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521196826 20161024
Law Library (Crown)
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vi, 292 pages ; 25 cm.
Green Library
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viii, 529 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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240 pages ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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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
Green Library
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9 volumes : illustrations ; 17 cm.
  • v. 1. Introductory and reference materials
  • v. 2. Beginnings and early Ionian thinkers, part 1
  • v. 3. Early Ionian thinkers, part 2
  • v. 4. Western Greek thinkers, part 1
  • v. 5. Western Greek thinkers, part 2
  • v. 6. Later Ionian and Athenian thinkers, part 1
  • v. 7. Later Ionian and Athenian thinkers, part 2
  • v. 8. Sophists, part 1
  • v. 9. Sophists, part 2.
The fragments and testimonia of the early Greek philosophers (often labeled the Presocratics) have always been not only a fundamental source for understanding archaic Greek culture and ancient philosophy but also a perennially fresh resource that has stimulated Western thought until the present day. This new systematic conception and presentation of the evidence differs in three ways from Hermann Diels s groundbreaking work, as well as from later editions: it renders explicit the material s thematic organization; it includes a selection from such related bodies of evidence as archaic poetry, classical drama, and the Hippocratic corpus; and it presents an overview of the reception of these thinkers until the end of antiquity. Volume I contains introductory and reference materials essential for using all other parts of the edition. Volumes II III include chapters on ancient doxography, background, and the Ionians from Pherecydes to Heraclitus. Volumes IV V present western Greek thinkers from the Pythagoreans to Hippo. Volumes VI VII comprise later philosophical systems and their aftermath in the fifth and early fourth centuries. Volumes VIII IX present fifth-century reflections on language, rhetoric, ethics, and politics (the so-called sophists and Socrates) and conclude with an appendix on philosophy and philosophers in Greek drama.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674997103 20161031
Volume VI of the nine-volume Loeb edition of Early Greek Philosophy includes the later Ionian and Athenian thinkers Anaxagoras, Archelaus, and Diogenes of Apollonia, along with chapters on early Greek medicine and the Derveni Papyrus.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674997073 20161031
The fragments and testimonia of the early Greek philosophers (often known as the pre-Socratics) have always been not only a fundamental source for understanding archaic Greek culture and ancient philosophy but also a perennially fresh resource that has stimulated Western thought until the present day. This new systematic conception and presentation of the evidence differs in three ways from Hermann Diels s groundbreaking late-nineteenth-century work as well as from later editions: it renders explicit the material s thematic organization; it includes a selection from such related bodies of evidence as archaic poetry, classical drama, and the Hippocratic corpus; and it presents an overview of the reception of these thinkers until the end of antiquity.Volume I presents an introduction, preliminary chapters on ancient doxography, the cosmological and moral background, and the Ionian thinkers from Pherecydes to Heraclitus. Volume II presents western Greek thinkers from the Pythagoreans to Hippo. Volume III presents later philosophical systems and their aftermath in the fifth and early fourth centuries, from Anaxagoras through the Derveni papyrus. Volume IV presents fifth-century reflections on language, rhetoric, ethics, and politics (the so-called sophists and Socrates) and concludes with an appendix on philosophy and philosophers in tragedy and comedy, concordances, and indexes.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674996922 20161031
Green Library, Classics Library

13. 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.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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260 pages : illustrations (some color), map, charts, genealogical table ; 23 cm.
  • Première partie. Les atouts de la réussite féminine -- Deuxième partie. L'exercice d'un pouvoir par les femmes.
  • Introduction : Problématiques -- Les atouts de la réussite féminine -- Apamè. Une reine au coeur de la construction d'un royaume -- Representation and agency of royal women in Hellenistic dynastic crises. The case of Berenike and Laodike -- The king's daughters: Justin's story -- Portraits de femmes, profils de reines ? Les femmes sur les monnaies provinciales romaines à la fin de la République et au début de l'Empire (43 av. J.-C. - 68 apr. J.-C.) -- Il matrimonio con un'Augusta: forma di legittimazione ? -- L'exercice d'un pouvoir par les femmes -- Deux femmes de pouvoir chez les Lagides : Cléopâtre I et Cléopâtre II (IIe siècle av. J.-C.) -- La ricchezza delle matrone : Ortensia nella dialettica politica al tramonto della Repubblica -- Formen der Intervention einflussreicher Frauen -- Die Schwester potentiel) einflussreicher Mânner : Einige Exempla aus dem riimischen Reich in der Kaiserzeit -- Conclusion : Anne Bielman Seinchez, Université de Lausanne.
"Reines, imperatrices, régentes... Autant de termes plus ou moins anachroniques et la liste n'est pas exhaustive qui posent la question de la place des femmes influentes dans l'Antiquité. Et pourtant, les mondes antiques sont peuplés de femmes, que les sources, littéraires ou documentaires, présentent aux côtés des puissants ; elles sont tantôt en lien et tantôt en opposition avec eux, tantôt honorées, tantôt écartées. La forme même du pouvoir qu'elles exercent, directement ou indirectement, est une source d'interrogations, tout comme les variations de la place qu'elles occupent dans les institutions politiques ; l'expression officielle de ce pouvoir évolue, notamment dans les périodes de crise dynastique. Les questions sur les femmes influentes sont donc multiples et, de la confrontation entre les périodes hellénistique et romaine, est né un livre polyphonique, à la confluence de recherches menées ces dernières années en France, Suisse, Italie et Allemagne, par des spécialistes de l'histoire politique. Organisé en deux parties, respectivement sur les atouts des femmes et sur leurs modes d'exercice du pouvoir, le livre fait apparaître une vingtaine de thématiques sur lesquelles le dialogue entre les deux périodes antiques est particulièrement fécond et offre des réflexions novatrices."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
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xiv, 177 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Green Library
Book
190 pages ; 17 cm.
Green Library
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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.
Green Library
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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).
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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280 pages ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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xviii, 516 pages ; 24 cm
"This book offers scholars and students of Hellenistic and Roman literature an overview of Hellenistic epigram, a field closely related to other Hellenistic poetry and highly influential upon Roman poetry. In fourteen themed chapters it foregrounds the literary, linguistic, historical, epigraphic, social, political, ethnic, cultic, onomastic, local, topographical and patronage contexts within which Hellenistic epigrams were composed. Many epigrams are analysed in detail and new interpretations of them proposed. Throughout the question is asked whether epigrams are literary jeux d'esprit (as is often assumed without proper discussion) or whether they relate to real people and real events and have a function in the real world. That function may be epigraphic, e.g. an epigram can be the epitymbion for inscription at someone's grave, or the anathematikon for inscription on or beside a dedicated object, or a picture-label -- an ekphrasis to accompany a painting or mosaic"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library