Category: Ancient Medieval Literature

  • A history of classical scholarship / Vol. 2, From the by John Edwin Sandys

    By John Edwin Sandys

    Sir John Edwin Sandys (1844-1922) used to be a number one Cambridge classicist and a Fellow of St. John's university. His most famed paintings is that this three-volume background of Classical Scholarship, released among 1903 and 1908, which is still the single large-scale paintings at the topic to span the complete interval from the 6th century BCE to the tip of the 19th century. The background of classical reports used to be a favored subject throughout the 19th century, rather in Germany, yet Sandys stands proud for the formidable scope of his paintings, although a lot of it used to be according to past scholarship. His chronological account is subdivided by way of style and area, with a few chapters dedicated to really influential contributors. quantity 2 covers the interval from the Renaissance to the eighteenth century.
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  • Schaum's Outline of Beginning Statistics by Larry Stephens

    By Larry Stephens

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  • Greek Declamation by D. A. Russell

    By D. A. Russell

    Declamation was once 'a toy version of oratory' during which scholars composed and introduced deliberative and forensic perform speeches in personality. It used to be no longer constrained to the universities: the pros gave public performances to massive and important audiences. Greco-Roman schooling used to be roughly ruled via rhetoric; from the fourth century BC right down to and past the tip of classical antiquity declamation used to be an artwork in the better artwork, inhabiting virtually a unique international, with its personal legislation, customs and mores. Latin declamation has been good studied yet its Greek counterpart is much less renowned. This booklet units the perform of declamation in its historic context, describes the normal, although usually weird and wonderful, topics of the speeches and discusses the declaimers' public performances, rhetorical idea and data and use of classical literature and historical past. This ebook may be of curiosity either to scholars of classical literature and to historians of historical society and schooling. the most textual content is written with a purpose to be fully intelligible to these without wisdom of Greek.
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  • Latin Word Order: Structured Meaning and Information by A. M. Devine

    By A. M. Devine

    Observe order isn't really a topic a person analyzing Latin can have the funds for to disregard: except the rest, notice order is what will get one from disjoint sentences to coherent textual content. analyzing a paragraph of Latin with out consciousness to the notice order involves wasting entry to an entire size of which means, or at top utilizing inferential strategies to bet at what's truly brazenly encoded within the syntax. This e-book starts off by means of introducing the reader to the linguistic ideas, formalism and analytical strategies precious for the examine of Latin be aware order. It then proceeds to offer and learn a consultant number of information in enough element for the reader to increase either an intuitive seize of the customarily relatively sophisticated rules controlling Latin observe order and a theoretically grounded realizing of the method that underlies it. Combining the wealthy empirical documentation of conventional philological methods with the deeper theoretical perception of contemporary linguistics, this paintings goals to lessen the tricky floor styles of Latin notice order to an easy and normal crosscategorial process of syntactic constitution which interprets roughly at once into components of pragmatic and semantic that means.
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  • Cicero on Divination: Book 1 (Clarendon Ancient History by David Wardle

    By David Wardle

    Within the Books of De divinatione Cicero considers ideals bearing on destiny and the potential of prediction: within the first e-book he places the (principally Stoic) case for them within the mouth of his brother Quintus; within the moment, conversing in his personal individual, he argues opposed to them. during this new translation of, and statement on, publication One--the first in English for over eighty years--David Wardle courses the reader in the course of the process Cicero's argument, giving specific consciousness to the normal Roman and the philosophical notion of divination.
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  • The Art of Euripides: Dramatic Technique and Social Context by Donald J. Mastronarde

    By Donald J. Mastronarde

    During this e-book Professor Mastronarde attracts at the seventeen surviving tragedies of Euripides, in addition to the fragmentary continues to be of his misplaced performs, to discover key subject matters within the interpretation of the performs. It investigates their relation to the Greek poetic culture and to the social and political buildings in their unique atmosphere, aiming either to be responsive to the good number of the corpus and to spot commonalities throughout it. In reading such themes as style, structural concepts, the refrain, the gods, rhetoric, and the portrayal of ladies and males, this research highlights the ways that viewers responses are manipulated by using plot buildings and the multiplicity of viewpoints expressed. It argues that the dramas of Euripides, via their dramatic method, pose a powerful problem to easy formulations of norms, to the interpreting of constant human personality, and to the hunt for sure bet and closure.
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  • Letters to Atticus by Cicero

    By Cicero


    Полное трёхтомное издание писем знаменитого оратора и литератора Марка Туллия Цицерона к своему другу Аттику. Более four hundred писем (в sixteen книгах), в которых содержится много информации о деятельности Цицерона, социальной и политической жизни в Риме. Тома содержат латинский текст и английский перевод, статьи, а также хронологический порядок писем и именной указатель.
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  • The ancient critic at work: terms and concepts of literary by René Nünlist

    By René Nünlist

    The massive yet underrated corpus of Greek scholia, the marginal and interlinear notes present in manuscripts, is a vital resource for historic literary feedback. The facts of the scholia considerably provides to and complements the image that may be won from learning the appropriate treatises (such as Aristotle's Poetics): scholia additionally include techniques that aren't present in the treatises, and they're indicative of the way the options are literally placed to take advantage of within the revolutionary interpretation of texts. The booklet additionally demonstrates that it will be important to review either historical terminology and the situations the place a specific phenomenon is just paraphrased. Nineteen thematic chapters supply a repertoire of a number of the phrases and ideas of old literary feedback. The appropriate witnesses are generally quoted in Greek and English translation. A thesaurus of Greek phrases (with translation) and several other indices permit the publication additionally for use for reference.
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  • The Literature of Ancient Egypt: An Anthology of Stories, by William Kelley Simpson, Robert K. Ritner, Vincent A. Tobin,

    By William Kelley Simpson, Robert K. Ritner, Vincent A. Tobin, Jr. Edward Wente

    An anthology of historical Egyptian literature, revised to supply clean translations of the entire texts in addition to a few 25 new entries, together with writings from the past due literature of the Demotic interval on the finish of classical Egyptian background. it is also an in depth bibliography.
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  • The Origins of Democratic Thinking: The Invention of by Cynthia Farrar

    By Cynthia Farrar

    The traditional Greeks invented democracy. in addition they invented political thought. This publication seeks to teach that those weren't unrelated achievements. the advance of political thought followed the expansion of democracy at Athens within the 5th century BC. by way of analysing the writings of Protagoras the sophist, Thucydides the historian, and Democritus the cosmologist within the context of political advancements and hypothesis concerning the universe, Dr Farrar unearths the life of a particular method of the characterisation of democratic order, and in doing so demonstrates the virtues of Thucydides' historic belief of politics. Thucydides' heritage is proven to be a controversy for the political strength of ancient judgement.
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