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7 scores.
Music Library
Music score
3 scores + 1 part (6 pages) ; 30 cm.
Music Library
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132 pages : map, facsimiles, genealogical tables ; 21 cm.
  • Chronica de gestis consulum Andegavorum -- Prologus -- Chronique des hauts faits des comtes d'Anjou -- Prologue -- De Tertullo -- Tertulle -- [De Ingelgerio] -- Ingelger -- De Fulcone Rufo -- Foulque le Roux -- De Fulcone Cognomentobono -- Foulque surnommé le Bon -- Cronica de Goffredo Grisa Tunica -- Geoffroi Grisegonelle -- Cronica de Mauricio Consule -- Le comte Maurice -- De Fulcone Nerra -- Foulque Nerra -- De Gosfrido Martello -- Geoffroi Martel -- De Gosfrido Barbato et de Fulcone Richin -- Geoffroi le Barbu et Foulqiie le Réchin -- [Geoffroi Martel II] -- De Fulcone rege Jerusalem -- Foulque, roi de Jérusalem -- De Gosfrido comite Andegavorum et duce Normannorum -- Geoffroi, comte d'Anjou et duc de Normandie.
"Les Gesta consulum Andegavorum sont un document important pour l'histoire des premiers vicomtes et comtes d'Anjou, jusqu'en 1151, mais il n'en existait pas encore de traduction complète satisfaisante en français. Dans cette Chronique des comtes d'Anjou, Gérard Jacquin présente et rend à nouveau accessible le texte latin de la première version connue, tel que l'ont établi, avec son apparat critique, Louis Halphen et René Poupardin et met enfin à notre disposition sa traduction française accompagnée de nombreuses notes et de plusieurs annexes. Si le spécialiste peut reconnaître, avec l'historien Karl Ferdinand Werner, que certains "renseignements fournis par les Gesta se trouvent confirmés avec une étonnante vii titude sur des points précis" (mariages, héritages, constructions et fondations, etc.), le lecteur curieux pourra suivre, lui, avec plaisir les exploits épiques de Geoffroi Grisegonelle au service du roi Lothaire, s'amuser des anecdotes qui émaillent le récit du pèlerinage de Foulque Nerra à Jérusalem ou de l'évocation de son habileté à déjouer le piège des fils de Conan, le Breton. Il verra aussi se dérouler le grand spectacle des guerres de Geoffroi Martel contre ses puissants voisins de Blois et de Poitiers."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
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826 pages ; 25 cm.
Green Library
Music score
1 score (xii, 96 pages) ; 33 cm.
Music Library
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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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viii, 316 pages ; 23 cm
Res Publica and the Roman Republic tells the story of an idea - res publica - and shows us what it meant and was made to mean in the particular historical context of the late Roman Republic. Since the term was politically ubiquitous, often used emotively, and as a consequence is hard to define, the temptation to take res publica as a universally understood and relatively uncontroversial given is rarely resisted. A close look at how res publica was perceived and manipulated, however, brings into focus not just the political crises of the late Republic but also the various attempts to clean up these crises through dubiously legal (and often outright illegal) emergency measures. Although this book is at root a philological study of a political concept, it aims to make a historical point about a politically turbulent period by addressing three key questions: What did it mean for Republican politicians to appeal to the res publica? What did the increasing tendency to do so reveal about the dangerous fragmentation of political legitimacy? How did these pressures transform res publica as a concept? Through a detailed examination of res publica as it appears in the ancient historians, orators, poets, commentaries and letters, inscriptions, and historical episodes of the late Republic and early Principate, this book demonstrates how the rhetoric surrounding res publica mirrored the changes in the Roman political landscape towards the end of the Republic.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198777380 20170206
Green Library
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xxxii, 179 pages : map ; 27 cm.
  • BOOK I -- BOOK II -- BOOK III -- BOOK IV -- BOOK V -- BOOK VI -- BOOK VII -- BOOK VIII -- BOOK IX -- BOOK X.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199340613 20160912
This anthology offers a comprehensive introduction to Pliny the Younger's Epistulae for intermediate and advanced Latin students, with the grammatical, lexical, and historical support to enable them to read quickly and fluidly. As the only selection of the letters with extensive commentary, it provides instructors with a unique and complete resource for students. ABOUT THE SERIES The Oxford Greek and Latin College Commentaries is designed for students in intermediate or advanced Greek or Latin. Each volume includes a comprehensive introduction. The placement, on the same page, of the ancient text, a running vocabulary, and succinct notes focusing on grammar, syntax, and distinctive features of style provides students with essential learning aids. Series Editors: Barbara Weiden Boyd, Bowdoin College, Stephen Esposito, Boston University, and Mary Lefkowitz, Wellesley College Also Available Ovid: Ars Amatoria, Book 3, Christopher M. Brunelle, St. Olaf College Forthcoming Latin Volumes Suetonius's Life of Augustus Darryl Phillips, Connecticut College Lucan's De Bello Civile, Book 5 Jonathan Tracy, Massey University, New Zealand.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199340613 20160912
Green Library
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volumes ; 20 cm.
  • Tome I. Livres I-X
Green Library
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cx, 429 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Green Library
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ix, 97 pages ; 23 cm
Green Library
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418 s. ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
104 pages : Illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm.
Green Library
Book
vii, 342 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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182 pages ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Music score
5 identical scores (12 pages) + 5 parts ; 30 cm.
Music Library
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xx, 291 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Angelinetum
  • Carmina varia
  • Appendix I. Illustrative texts
  • Appendix II. Marrasio's masque in Ferrara (1433).
Giovanni Marrasio (d. 1452), a humanist poet from Noto in Sicily, spent the major part of his poetic career in Siena and Ferrara before returning to Palermo in the role of a medical doctor serving the University of Palermo. In Siena, Naples, and Palermo he hovered on the edge of the courts of the Este and of Alfonso the Magnanimous of Aragon without ever winning the title of court poet he coveted.Marrasio was esteemed in the Renaissance as the first to revive the ancient Latin elegy, and his Angelinetum, or Angelina s Garden, as well as his later poems ( Carmina Varia) explore that genre in all its variety, from love poetry, to a description of a court masque, to political panegyric, to poetic exchanges with famous humanists of the day such as Leonardo Bruni, Maffeo Vegio, Antonio Panormita, and Enea Silvio Piccolomini. This volume contains the first translation of Marrasio s works into any modern language.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674545021 20160906
Green Library
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xxxviii, 48 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Praefatio
  • De libris de clementia
  • De codicibus primariis
  • De ratione quae inter Nazarianum et Reginensem intercedit
  • De recentiorum familiis et stemmate
  • De Nazariani antigrapho deperdito in libris de clementia
  • Principia huius editionis
  • Index editionum praecipuarum
  • Index commentationum in praefatione et in apparatu critico laudatarum
  • Conspectus siglorum
  • Annaei Senecae de clementia
  • Liber I
  • Liber II
  • Indices
  • Nominum
  • Rerum.
Green Library
Book
108 pages : illustrations (some color), plans , facsimiles ; 23 cm.
  • Further contents: Chronicon Alberti Ducis Austriae II authore anonymo Carthusiano Gemnicensi.
Green Library
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ix, 251 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 25 cm
  • Acknowledgments List of Illustrations Introduction Chapter 1. Description of Huntington HM 83 Chapter 2. The Historical Context: Lubeck in the Fifteenth Century Chapter 3. The Author Chapter 4. The Geographical Sections Excerpts from the Geographical Section Excerpts from the Section on Astronomy and Geography Links with the Rudimentum novitiorum Early Thematic Mapping The Maps in the Geographical Sections Chapter 5. The Treatise on the Apocalypse Late Fifteenth-Century German Apocalypticism The Apocalyptic Maps and Texts Proof of Circulation: Wolfenbuttel, HAB, Cod. Guelf. 442 Helmst Other Attempts to Map the Apocalypse Conclusions Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004304536 20160704
In Apocalyptic Cartography: Thematic Maps and the End of the World in a Fifteenth-Century Manuscript, Chet Van Duzer and Ilya Dines analyse Huntington Library HM 83, an unstudied manuscript produced in Lubeck, Germany. The manuscript contains a rich collection of world maps produced by an anonymous but strikingly original cartographer. These include one of the earliest programs of thematic maps, and a remarkable series of maps that illustrate the transformations that the world was supposed to undergo during the Apocalypse. The authors supply detailed discussion of the maps and transcriptions and translations of the Latin texts that explain the maps. Copies of the maps in a fifteenth-century manuscript in Wolfenbuttel prove that this unusual work did circulate.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004304536 20160704
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