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    • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1985
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    • Description: Light bump to 1 corner. Minor shelfwear to book and DJ. ; Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics; 252 pages; The four private speeches contained in this collection were functional artefacts whose object was to persuade a jury numbered in hundreds by manipulating both the facts of the case and the prejudices, beliefs and attitudes of the Athenian man-in-the-street. It is as vehicles of persuasion that Dr Carey and Dr Reid seek primarily to treat the speeches, using their commentary to shed light on how well the speeches perform their function. The speeches have also been chosen for their value a... Lisez plus
    • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1992
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    • Description: Very light shelfwear. ; Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics; 176 pages; The twenty-fourth book of the Iliad - the account of Priam's ransoming of Hector's body from Achilles - is one of the masterpieces of world literature, a work of interest to a far wider audience than scholars of ancient Greek. In this edition Colin Macleod tries to reach both scholars and Greekless readers alike. In his commentary he gives help to readers unfamiliar with the language of Homer and discusses problems of content and expression, never treating this book in isolation but drawing attention to Homer's artistry ... Lisez plus
    • VERLAG ADOLF M. HAKKERT, 1956
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    • Description: Wraps a bit browned. Former owner's name to titlepage. Creasing along spine. ; 74 pages Lisez plus
    • HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1966
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    • Description: Minor shelfwear to book. DJ has edgewear with chipping and a few small tears. DJ is price-clipped. ; 384 pages; In order to achieve its various successes, the Roman Empire required a consensus from its subjects regarding social norms, ethics and even aesthetics. At the same time, there were any number of people whose acts and attitudes were rejections of the norm. This comprehensive treatment of patterns of deviation examines a cross-section of subjects within the empire--from the urban masses to the educated elites. Lisez plus
    • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2000
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    • Description: Very minor shelfwear. ; 304 pages; Book Nine is the turning point of the Iliad. In this text, Griffin provides an accessible and informative introduction, authoritative Greek text, and commentary for students, discussing the problems and achievements of this particularly rich and rewarding part of the poem. Lisez plus
    • BRUNO GRIMM, 1964
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    • Description: Stiffened wrappers are yellowed. Light creasing and wear to extremities. Minor pen marginalia to 1 page. Small laminate lift to middle of spine (1 cm). ; Deutsche Beiträge Zur Altertumswissenschaft; Band 18; 44 pages Lisez plus
    • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1995
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    • Description: Faint creasing to corners of wraps. Light sunning to spine. ; 160 pages; Book Nine is the turning point of the Iliad. In this text, Griffin provides an accessible and informative introduction, authoritative Greek text, and commentary for students, discussing the problems and achievements of this particularly rich and rewarding part of the poem. Lisez plus
    • SCHOLARS PRESS, 1991
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    • Description: Very light shelfwear. ; Looks at the etymology of names in the Roman Republic. ; American Philological Association American Classical Studies Series 3; 9.25 x 0.75 x 6 Inches; 100 pages Lisez plus
    • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS, 1972
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    • Description: Spine slightly sunned. Very minor shelfwear. ; 280 pages; Professor Dover's book is designed for those who are interested in the history of comedy as an art form but who are not necessarily familiar with the Greek language. The eleven surviving plays of Aristophanes are treated as representative of a genre. Old Attic Comedy, which was artistically and intellectually homogeneous and gave expression to the spirit of Athenian society in the late fifth and early fourth centuries B. C. Aristophanes is regarded primarily not as a reformer or propagandist but as a dramatist who sought, in competit... Lisez plus
    • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1990
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    • Description: Remainder mark to base of textblock. Light creasing to wraps. ; Clarendon Paperbacks; 320 pages; The first new edition in almost sixty years, this volume of Aristophanes' Lysistrata brings the play completely up to date with modern scholarship. It provides the first complete account of its history and contains new information about the comic theater and its social and political context. Lysistrata not only brims with topical references to social life, religion, and politics in classical Athens; it is also one of our best sources for information on the life of women in antiquity, offering a ... Lisez plus
    • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1989
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    • Description: Edgewear to front wrap. Remainder mark to top of textblock (2 black lines). ; Greek Text with notes. ; 7.0 X 5.2 X 0.5 inches; 165 pages Lisez plus
    • ST. MARTIN'S PRESS, 1983
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    • Description: Minor shelfwear. Old price sticker to front wrap. ; Reprint of Second Edition. Alternate ISBN: 0862921555 Lisez plus
    • VINTAGE BOOKS, 1990
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    • Description: Book has very minor shelfwear. ; Vintage Classics; 443 pages; This celebrated translation by Robert Fitzgerald does full justice to the speed, clarity, and stately grandeur of the Roman Empire’s most magnificent literary work of art. Lisez plus
    • OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS, 1965
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    • Description: Book has very minor shelfwear. ; Analyses the literary and moral principles on which Livy retold the traditional account of the early history of Rome down to 190 BC. And illustrates Livy's linguistic and stylistic usage and discusses the difficulties of his text. Both a running commentary on the text of Livy and a source-book for the story of early Rome. ; 774 pages Lisez plus
    • ROUTLEDGE, 1994
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    • Description: Very minor shelfwear to book and DJ. ; Professor Dihle sees the Greek and Latin literature between the 1st century B. C. And the 6th century A. D. As an organic progression. He builds on Schlegel's observation that art, customs and political life in classical antiquity are inextricably entwined and therefore should not be examined separately. Dihle does not simply consider narrowly defined `literature', but all works of cultural socio-historical significance, including Jewish and Christian literature, philosophy and science. Despite this, major authors like Seneca, Tacitus and Plotinus are ... Lisez plus
    • THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1999
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    • Description: Very faint shelfwear else fine. ; Ancient Society and History; 352 pages; Scholars of ancient literature have often focused on the works and lives of major authors rather than on such questions as how these works were produced and who read them. In Roman Literary Culture, Elaine Fantham fills that void by examining the changing social and historical context of literary production in ancient Rome and its empire. Fantham discusses the habits of Roman readers and developments in their means of access to literature, from booksellers and copyists to pirated publications and libraries. She examin... Lisez plus
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