Vittorio Gassman recita poeti latini (1995)

Versuri din Lucrezio, Catullo, Marziale + 3 epigrame de Ennio Flaiano. In italiana.

Martial - Issa


Issa est passere nequior Catulli,
Issa est purior osculo columbae,
Issa est blandior omnibus puellis,
Issa est carior Indicis lapillis,
Issa est deliciae catella Publi,
Hanc tu, si queritur, loqui putabis.
Sentit tristitiamque gaudiumque. . .
et desiderio coacta ventris
gutta pallia non fefellit ulla,
sed blando pede suscitat toroque
deponi monet et rogat levari.
Castae tantus inest pudor catellae,
ignorat Venerem; nec invenimus
dignum tam tenerā virum puella.
Hanc ne lux rapiat suprema totam,
pictā Publius exprimit tabella,
in quā tam similem videbis Issam,
ut sit tam similis sibi nec ipsa.
Issam denique pone cum tabella:
aut utramque putabis esse veram,
aut utramque putabis esse pictam.

Inca nu stiu daca in romaneste a aparut vreo traducere din Martial. Daca cineva stie ceva, este rugat sa comunice. Multumim anticipat.

Adriano Cappelli - Lexicon abbreviaturarum (1928)

Cappelli Adriano: Lexicon Abbreviaturarum. 2. verb. Aufl. Leipzig 1928. Deckblatt.

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Andrew Barker - Scientific Method in Ptolemy's Harmonics (2004)

Andrew Barker - Scientific Method in Ptolemy's Harmonics (2004)

  • Introduction
  • Reason and perception
  • Pitch and quantity
  • The ratios of the concords: (1) the Pythagoreans
  • The ratios of the concords: (2) Ptolemy’s hupotheseis
  • Critique of Aristoxenian principles and conclusions
  • Ptolemy on the harmonic divisions of his predecessors
  • Melodic intervals: hypotheseis, derivations and adjustments
  • Larger systems: modulations in music and in method
  • The instruments
  • The tests
  • Harmonics in a wider perspective
  • Bibliography: Abbreviations / Texts and translations / Works by modern authors
  • Index of names
  • Index of topics
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John Wortley - Some Light on Magic and Magicians in Late Antiquity (2001)

John Wortley - Some Light on Magic and Magicians in Late Antiquity, in Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies, Vo. 42, No. 3 (2001), pp. 289 - 307.

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Sextus Empiricus - Contre les Mathematiciens

Fragment. Text paralel in greaca, franceza si engleza.

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Chisholm Roderick - Sextus Empiricus and Modern Empiricism (1941)

Chisholm Roderick - Sextus Empiricus and Modern Empiricism, in Philosophy of Science, Vol. 8, No. 3 (1941), pp. 371 - 384.

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Mates Benson - Stoic Logic and the Text of Sextus Empiricus (1949)

Mates Benson - Stoic Logic and the Text of Sextus Empiricus, in The American Journal of Philology, Vol. 70, No. 3 (1949), pp. 290 - 298.

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David Hunter - Marriage, Celibacy, and Heresy in Ancient Christianity (2007). Recenzie

David G. Hunter, Marriage, Celibacy, and Heresy in Ancient Christianity: The Jovinianist Controversy. Oxford Early Christian Studies.

Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. Pp. xix, 316. ISBN 9780199279784. $99.00.

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Ernst Heitsch - Geschichte und Personen bei Thukydides (2007). Recenzie

Ernst Heitsch, Geschichte und Personen bei Thukydides: : eine Interpretation des achten Buches. Beitraege zur Altertumskunde, Bd. 248.

Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2007. Pp. x, 180. ISBN 9783110201291. $ 93.00.

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Gwendolyn Engle - The Persona of Dicaeopolis in Aristophanes' "Acharnians" (1999)

Gwendolyn Compton-Engle - From Country to City: The Persona of Dicaeopolis in Aristophanes' "Acharnians", in The Classical Journal, Vol. 94, No. 4, (Apr. - May, 1999), pp. 359-373.

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John Zumbrunnen - Aristophanes' Acharnians and Knights (2004)

John Zumbrunnen - Elite Domination and the Clever Citizen: Aristophanes' "Archarnians" and "Knights", in Political Theory, Vol. 32, No. 5, (Oct., 2004), pp. 656-677.

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Edmunds Lowell - The Aristophanic Cleon's Disturbance of Athens (1987)

Lowell Edmunds - The Aristophanic Cleon's "Disturbance" of Athens, in The American Journal of Philology, Vol. 108, No. 2, (Summer, 1987), pp. 233-263.

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Revista de História. Nr. 138 / 1998

Francisco Murari Pires - A Retórica do Método (Tucídides I.22 e II.35), pp. 9 - 17.

Maria Luiza Corassin - Caridade Compulsória: formas de pressão popular na sociedade romana tardo-antiga, pp. 17 - 27.

William Hansen - Handbook of classical mythology (2004)

William Hansen - Handbook of classical mythology (2004)

  • Preface
  • A Note on the Use of Acient Texts
  • Part. 01: Introduction
  • Basic Concepts
  • How Classical Mythology Came into Being
  • A Mix of Traditions
  • The Archaic Period
  • The Classical Period
  • The Hellenistic and Imperial Periods
  • Interpretatio Romana
  • Classical Mythology after Antiquity
  • How Do We Know about Classical Mythology Today?
  • The Mythological World: Places
  • Earth
  • Sky
  • Death Realm
  • Tartaros
  • Physical Model versus Biological Model
  • The Mythological World: Characters
  • The Principal Gods
  • The Nature of Gods and Humans
  • Nature Spirits
  • The Relationship of Gods and Humans
  • Peculiarities of Mythological Narrative
  • Supernaturalism
  • Personification and Reification
  • Binatural Beings versus Composite Beings
  • Reversible and Irreversible Changes
  • Part. 02: Time: What Happens in Classical Mythology
  • Divine Time and Human Time
  • What Happens in Classical Mythology
  • From Chaos to Cosmos
  • Two Cosmic Families
  • The Cosmic House
  • The Succession of World Rulers
  • The First Humans
  • The Division of Meat
  • The Theft of Fire
  • The Loss of Paradise
  • The Great Deluge
  • The Origin of Nations
  • The Gods Establish their Cults
  • The Mating of Gods and Humans
  • The Heroic Age
  • A Family of the Heroic Age: The Pelopids
  • Antecedents to the Trojan War
  • The Trojan War
  • The Returns
  • The End of the Heroic Age
  • What Does Classical Mythology Say?
  • The Nature of the Physical World
  • The Nature of the Gods
  • The Nature of Humans
  • The Heroes, or Demigods
  • Behavior Options
  • Part. 03: Deities, Themes, and Concepts
  • Part. 04: Annotated Print and Nonprint Resources
  • Abbreviations and Selected Reference List
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • About the Author

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Jenny March - Cassell' Dictionary of Classical Mythology (1998)

Jenny March - Cassell' Dictionary of Classical Mythology (1998)

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • The Dictionary
  • Appendices
  • Maps
  • Genealogical Tables
  • Greek and Latins Authors
  • Select Bibliography
  • Index of Place Names
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Myths of Creation M. Morford, R. Lenardon - Classical Mythology (2003)

M. Morford, R. Lenardon - Classical Mythology (2003)

  • Plates, Maps, and Figures
  • Preface
  • About the Authors
  • Part. 01: The Myths of Creation: The Gods
  • Interpretation and Definition of Classical Mythology Appendix to Chapter 1: Sources for Classical Mythology
  • Historical Background of Greek Mythology
  • Myths of Creation
  • Zeus' Rise to Power: The Creation of Mortals. Additional Reading: Parallels in Myths of Greece and the Ancient Near East
  • The Twelve Olympians: Zeus, Hera, and Their Children
  • The Nature of the Gods
  • Poseidon, Sea Deities, Group Divinities, and Monsters
  • Athena
  • Aphrodite and Eros
  • Artemis
  • Additional Reading: Selections from Euripides' Hippolytus
  • Apollo. Additional Reading: The Homeric Hymn to Pythian Apollo
  • Hermes
  • Dionysus, Pan, Echo, and Narcissus
  • Demeter and the Eleusinian Mysteries
  • Views of the Afterlife: The Realm of Hades
  • Orpheus and Orphism: Mystery Religions in Roman Times
  • Part. 02: The Greek Sagas. Greek Local Legends. Introduction
  • The Theban Saga
  • The Mycenaean Saga. Additional Reading: Orestes and the Three Electras
  • The Trojan Saga and the Iliad. Appendix to Chapter 19: Meleager and the Calydonian Boar Hunt
  • The Returns and the Odyssey
  • Perseus and the Legends of Argos. Appendix to Chapter 21: Bellerophon
  • Heracles
  • Theseus and the Legends of Attica
  • Jason, Medea, and the Argonauts. Additional Reading: Jason and Medea in Euripides
  • Greek and Roman Legends in Ovid's Poetry
  • Part. 03: The Nature of Roman Mythology
  • Roman Mythology and Saga
  • Part. 04: The Survival of Classical Mythology
  • Classical Mythology in Literature and Art
  • Classical Mythology in Music, Dance, and Film

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Chris Golston - The Phonology of Greek Lyric Meter (2005)

Chris Golston - The Phonology of Greek Lyric Meter, in Journal of Linguistics 41 (2005), 77–115. (2005).

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Elaine Fantham - The Roman World of Cicero's De Oratore (2004)

  • Abbreviations
  • Cicero at 50
  • The Public Careers of L. Licinius Crassus and M. Antonius
  • Constructing the Dialogue: The Challenge of Plato
  • The Future Orator: Talent, Training, and the Choice of Model
  • The Orator and the Law
  • Oratory and Literature: The Spoken and the Written Word
  • Rediscovering Aristotelian Invention
  • Wit and Humour as the Orator’s Combat Weapons
  • Political Persuasion: Senate and Contio
  • Style and Substance: Cicero’s Rethinking of Elocutio
  • Res Pervolgatae: Words and their Manipulation in Standard Rhetorical Theory
  • Into Action: The Orator as Public Figure
  • Epilogue: The Statesman and the State in De Oratore and After
  • Bibliography
  • Index I: Authors, Works, and Passages Cited
  • Index II: Persons
  • Index III: Legal, Political, and Rhetorical Terms

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Edward J. Watts - City and School in Late Antique Athens and Alexandria (2008). Recenzie

Edward J. Watts, City and School in Late Antique Athens and Alexandria (First paperback printing, originally published 2006). The Transformation of the Classical Heritage; 41.

Berkeley/London: University of California Press, 2008. Pp. xii, 288. ISBN 9780520258167. $27.50 (pb).

  • Acknowledgments
  • 1. Academic Life in the Roman Empire: Libanius to Aristaenetus
  • 2. Athenian Education in the Second through Fourth Centuries
  • 3. Prohaeresius and the Later Fourth Century
  • 4. Athens and Its Philosophical Schools in the Fifth Century
  • 5. The Closing of the Athenian Schools
  • 6. Alexandrian Intellectual Life in the Roman Imperial Period
  • 7. The Shifting Sands of Fourth-Century Alexandrian Cultural Life
  • 8. Alexandrian Schools of the Fifth Century
  • 9. The Coming Revolution
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Index
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The Ancient Languages of Mesopotamia, Egypt and Aksum (2008). Recenzie

Roger D. Woodard (ed.), The Ancient Languages of Mesopotamia, Egypt and Aksum.

Cambridge University Press, 2008. Pp. xix, 251. ISBN 9780521684972. $39.99.

  • Editor’s foreword
  • 1. Language in ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt and Aksum: an introduction
  • 2. Sumerian
  • 3. Elamite
  • 4. Akkadian and Eblaite
  • 5. Egyptian and Coptic
  • 6. Ge’ez (Aksum)
  • Appendix
  • Full table of contents from The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the World’s Ancient Languages.

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Cicero on the Attack. Recenzie

Cicero on the Attack. Invective and Subversion in the Orations and Beyond.

Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales, 2007. Pp. xiv, 215. ISBN 978-1-905125-19-7. $69.50.

  • Introduction: Man and Matter
  • Invective and the Orator: Ciceronian Theory and Practice
  • Ciceronian Invective: Themes and Variations
  • Semantics and Pragmatics of Ciceronian Invective
  • Smear and Spin: Ciceronian Tactics in De Lege Agraria II
  • Name and Shame? Invective against Clodius and Others in the post-Exile Speeches
  • Acting the Part: Techniques of the Comic Stage in Cicero's Early Speeches
  • Greek Auxiliaries: Tragedy and Philosophy in Ciceronian Invective
  • `What a Funny Consul we have!': Cicero's Dealings with Cato and Prominent Friends in Opposition

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The pre-Socratic Use of Ψυχή [Psyché] As a Term for the Principle of Motion

  • Introduction
  • The Purpose of a Study of Terms for Kinetic Ψυχή [Psyché]
  • The Method of Treatment of Pre-Socratic Terms
  • Study of Terms for Kinetic Ψυχή [Psyché]
  • Early Ionian Terms
  • Early Pythagorean Terms
  • Terms of Heraclitus
  • Eleatic Terms
  • Summary of Terms of Pre-Socratic Dynamism
  • Terms of Empedocles
  • Terms of Anaxagoras
  • Terms of the Successors of Anaxagoras
  • Summary
  • Bibliography
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Lester Ness - Astrology and Judaism in Late Antiquity (1990)

  • Introduction
  • Chapter One : Astrology In Mesopotamia
  • Chapter Two : Hellenistic Scientific Astrology
  • Chapter Three : Astral Religion
  • Chapter Four : Jewish Astrology
  • Chapter Five : Astrology In Synagogue Art
  • Bibliography
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Charles Amick - The Influence of Greek Musical Thought on Early Western Musical Theory (2007)

Charles Amick - The Influence of Greek Musical Thought on Early Western Musical Theory (2007), in Early Music, 2007.

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Cambridge Companion to Early Greek Philosophy (1999)

A. A. Long (ed.) - Cambridge Companion to Early Greek Philosophy (1999)

  • 1. The scope of early Greek philosophy
  • 2. Sources
  • 3. The beginnings of cosmology
  • 4. The Pythagorean tradition
  • 5. Heraclitus
  • 6. Parmenides and Melissus
  • 7. Zeno
  • 8. Empedocles and Anaxagoras: responses to Parmenides
  • 9. The atomists
  • 10. Rational theology
  • 11. Early interest in knowledge
  • 12. Soul, sensation, and thought
  • 13. Culpability, responsibility, cause: philosophy, historiography and medicine in the fifth century
  • 14. Rhetoric and relativism: Protagoras and Gorgias
  • 15. Protagoras and Antiphon: Sophistic debates on justice
  • 16. The poetics of early Greek philosophy
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Cambridge History of Later Greek and Early Medieval Philosophy (2008)

A. H. Armstrong (ed.) - Cambridge History of Later Greek and Early Medieval Philosophy (2008).
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • Introductory A. H. Armstrong
  • Part I:
  • 1. Greek Philosophy from Plato to Plotinus
  • 2. The old academy
  • 3. Aristotle
  • 4. The later academy and Platonism
  • 5. The Pythagoreans
  • 6. The Peripatos
  • 7. The Stoa
  • Part II: Philo and the beginnings of Christian thought
  • 8. Philo
  • 9. The beginning of Christian philosophy: Justin: the Gnostics
  • 10. Clement of Alexandria
  • 11. Origen
  • Part III: Plotinus
  • 12. Life: Plotinus and the religion of superstition of his time
  • 13. Teaching and writing
  • 14. Man and reality
  • 15. The one and intellect
  • 16. From intellect to matter: the return to the one
  • Part IV: The Later Neoplatonists
  • 17. Introduction to later neoplatonism
  • 18. Porphyry and Iamblichus
  • 19. Athenian and Alexandrian Neoplatonism
  • Part V: Marius Victorinus and Augustine
  • 20. Marius Victorinus
  • 21. Augustine. Biographical introduction: Charistianity and philosophy
  • 22. Augustine. Man: body and soul
  • 23. Augustine. Reason and illumination
  • 24. Augustine. Sense and imagination
  • 25. Augustine. Human action: will and virtue
  • 26. Augustine. God and nature
  • 27. Augustine: man in history and society
  • Part VI: The Greek Christian Platonist tradition from the Cappadocians to Maximus and Eriugena
  • 28. Introduction: Greek Christian Platonism
  • 29. The Cappadocians
  • 30. The pseudo-Dionysius
  • 31. The reaction against Proclus
  • 32. St Maximus the Confessor
  • 33. The Philosophy of Icons
  • 34. Johannes Scottus Eriugena
  • Part VII: Western Christian thought from Boethius to Anselm
  • 35. Boethius and the legacy of antiquity
  • 36. Development of thought in the Carolingian Empire
  • 37. The debate on philosophical learning during the transition period (900–1080)
  • 38. Anselm of Canterbury: the philosophical interpretation of faith
  • Part VIII: Early Islamic philosophy
  • 39. Introductory
  • 40. Al-Farabi and his successors
  • Select bibliography
  • Additional notes and bibliography
  • Index of ancient and medieval works referred to in the text
  • General index
  • Index of Greek terms.

Porfir Fenicianul - Isagoga (2002)

Impreuna cu versiunea latina a lui Boethius.

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Vasile Musca, Alexander Baumgarten - Filosofia politica a lui Aristotel (2002)

Structura volumului este una care permite atit accesul celor initiati in teoria politica si in filosofie, cit mai ales accesul studentilor si al celor care vor sa studieze temele aristotelice fundamentale. Prima parte cuprinde o serie de texte esentiale ale marelui filosof antic, iar a doua se axeaza pe 10 studii exegetice care trateaza teoriile lui Aristotel din perspectiva moderna, punindu-le in relatie cu teorii politice contemporane. Aceasta abordare din unghiuri diferite ofera volumului calitatea unui instrument de lucru eficient si extrem de util.

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Franz Brentano - Despre multipla semnificatie a fiintei la Aristotel (2003)

„Fara Brentano nu as fi scris un rand de filozofie.“ (Edmund Husserl, scrisoare catre Maria Bruck)

„Stimate domnule Richardson! Una dintre intrebarile scrisorii dumneavoastra este urmatoarea: «Cum trebuie de fapt inteleasa prima dumneavoastra experienta legata de intrebarea privitoare la fiinta la Brentano ?» – Va referiti probabil la faptul ca prima scriere filozofica pe care am aprofundat-o constant incepand din 1907 a fost disertatia Despre multipla semnificatie a fiintei la Aristotel (1862). Pe pagina de titlu a acestei scrieri se afla urmatoarea expresie aristotelica: to on legetai pollahos. Traduc: «fiintarea se manifesta intr-un mod multiplu (in fiinta ei)». In aceasta expresie se ascunde intrebarea care mi-a determinat drumul gandirii: care este determinatia simpla si unitara a fiintei care domina toate semnificatiile ei multiple ? Ce inseamna a fi ?“
(Martin Heidegger, scrisoare catre Richardson, 1963)

Franz Brentano:

Filozof si psiholog german (1838–1917), unul dintre cei mai influenti ganditori de la sfarsitul secolului al XIX-lea. A reintrodus teoria intentionalitatii in gindirea contemporana si a elaborat intr-o modalitate exemplara problematica psihologiei descriptive. Cercetarile sale psihologice reprezinta punctul de pornire nemijlocit al elaborarii fenomenologiei lui Husserl si al teoriei obiectului a lui Meinong, iar disertatia sa este opera care a inspirat interogatia heideggeriana asupra fiintei. A fost profesor la Universitatea din Wuerzburg si la cea din Viena. Cei mai cunoscuti elevi ai sai sunt Anton Marty, Carl Stumpf, Edmund Husserl, Kasimir Twardowski, Alexius Meinong, Christian von Ehrenfels, Sigmund Freud.

Opere principale:

Despre multipla semnificatie a fiintei la Aristotel (1862)
Psihologia din punct de vedere empiric (1874)
Despre intemeierea cunoasterii etice (1889)
Aristotel si conceptia sa despre lume (1911)
Adevar si evidenta (1930)
Doctrina categoriilor (1933)
Psihologia descriptiva (1982)

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Theodor Mommsen - A History of Rome Under the Emperors (1999)

  • List of Maps
  • Introduction
  • Mommsen, Rome and the German Kaiserreich
  • Abbreviations and Bibliography
  • The Berlin Academy Fragment
  • A History of Rome under the Emperors. I - From Augustus to Vespasian. Winter Semester 1882/3
  • Augustus (44 B.C. - A.D. 14)
  • Tiberius (14 - 37)
  • Gaius Caligula (37 - 41)
  • Claudius (41 - 54)
  • Nero (54 - 68)
  • The Year of Four Emperors (68 - 69)
  • Vespasian (69 - 79)
  • A History of Rome under the Emperors. II - From Vespasian to Diocletian. Summer Semester 1883
  • General Introduction
  • Domestic politics I
  • Wars in the West
  • Wars on the Danube
  • Wars in the East
  • Domestic politics II
  • A History of Rome under the Emperors. III - From Diocletian to Alaric. Winter Semester 1885 / 6 and Summer Semester 1886
  • General Introduction
  • Government and Society
  • A History of Events
  • Notes
  • Index
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Barba Levick - Government of the Roman Empire (2000)

  • Acknowledgements
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Weights, Measures, Currency and Wealth
  • Maps 1-6
  • Introduction; the Power of Rome
  • Structure
  • Force
  • Law
  • Financing
  • Communications, Transport and Supplies
  • Loyalty: the Role of the Emperor
  • Patronage
  • Assimilation
  • Failings
  • Resistance
  • Crisis?
  • Chronological List of Emperors
  • Select Bibliography
  • Index of Passages Cited
  • Index and List of Ancient and Modern Geographical Equivalents
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Henri-Irénée Marrou - Sfântul Augustin şi sfârşitul culturii antice (1997)

Henri-Irenee Marrou
: "Mi-am propus sa analizez modul cum se pregateste Evul Mediu in sanul Antichitatii aflate la asfintit, sa arat ca multe din elementele culturii medievale erau deja in germene in fazele ultime ale culturii antice si ca au rezultat din evolutia fireasca a acesteia.

Pentru a face un asemenea studiu, n-aveam nevoie sa merg prea departe. Dincolo de sterilul si misteriosul veac al III-lea, urma sa-mi concentrez interesul asupra secolelor al IV-lea si al V-lea.

N-am ezitat mult cand a fost vorba sa aleg o figura reprezentativa. Epoca e dominata de un nume – cel al Sfantului Augustin. Viata sa pare sa rezume in chip sugestiv toate aspectele esentiale ale evolutiei civilizatiei pe care mi-am propus s-o studiez."

  • Capitolul I. —O cultură literară: gramatica
  • Capitolul al II-lea. — Greaca
  • Capitolul al III-lea. — Retorica
  • Capitolul al IV-lea. — Un literat al decadenţei
  • Capitolul al V-lea. — Erudiţia: originile ei
  • Capitolul al Vl-lea. — Erudiţia la Sfîntul Augustin

  • Capitolul I. — Convertirea la filozofie
  • Capitolul al II-lea. — Ciclul ştiinţelor
  • Capitolul al III-lea. — Cele şapte arte liberale
  • Capitolul al IV-lea. — Artele liberale la Sfîntul Augustin
  • Capitolul al V-lea. — Reductio artium ad philosophiam
  • Capitolul al Vl-lea. — Reductio artium ad philosophiam

  • Capitolul I. — Spre o cultură creştină
  • Capitolul al II-lea. — Cadrul general al culturii creştine
  • Capitolul al III-lea. — Formarea intelectualului creştin
  • Capitolul al IV-lea. — Ştiinţa creştină la lucru
  • Capitolul al V-lea. — Biblia şi literaţii decadenţei
  • Capitolul al Vl-lea. — Elocinţa creştină

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Dylan Sailor - Writing and Empire in Tacitus (2008)

  • Acknowledgments
  • List of abbreviations and editions used
  • Introduction: a life, in fragments
  • Cap. 1: Autonomy, authority, and representing the past under the Principate
  • Cap. 2: Agricola and the crisis of representation
  • Cap. 3: The burdens of Histories
  • Cap. 4: “Elsewhere than Rome”
  • Cap. 5: Tacitus and Cremutius
  • Conclusion: on knowing Tacitus
  • Works cited
  • Index of passages discussed
  • General index
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Illustrated guide to the National Museum in Naples (1897?)

Illustrated guide to the National Museum in Naples. Sanctioned by the Ministry of education (1897?)

  • Prefatory Note
  • The National Museum
  • Marble Statues
  • Corridor of the Tyrannicides
  • Hall of the Goddess of Victory
  • Hall containing Objects from Locri
  • Hall of Athena
  • Hall of the Doryphorus
  • Hall of the Athletes
  • Corridor of the Flora
  • Hall of the Farnese Bull
  • Hall of the Amazones
  • Hall of the Venus Callipygus
  • Terracottas
  • The Prehistoric Collection
  • Hall of the Pallas
  • Hall of the Cupid with the Dolphin
  • Hall of the Scylla
  • Hall of the Atlas
  • Hall of the Zeus
  • Corridor of the Coloured Marble Statues
  • Garden
  • Corridor of the Bronze Horse
  • Corridor of the Antinous
  • Large Bronzes
  • Room of the Isis
  • Room of the Pompeian Temples
  • Room of the large Bronze Frangments
  • Corridor of the Antinous
  • Hall of the Great Mosaic
  • Hall of the Flavians
  • Hall of Tiberius
  • Hall of Antoninus Pius
  • Hall of the Roman Busts
  • Portico of the Antinous
  • Corridor of Homer
  • Rooms of the Inscriptions
  • Campanian Wall Paintings
  • Room of the Small Busts
  • Room containing Articles on food and paints
  • Majolicas
  • Glass Rooms
  • Rooms of the Precious Metals
  • Armoury
  • Collection of Papyri
  • Collection of Coins
  • Engraved Stones
  • Collection of Vases
  • The Cumae Collection
  • The Stevens Collection
  • The Santangelo Collection
  • Collection of Coins
  • The Picture Gallery
  • Tapestries by Bernhard van Orley
  • Andrea Salerno
  • Neapolitan Schools, XVI and XVII centuries
  • Italian Masters, XV and XVI centuries
  • School of Bologna
  • Italian Schools, XVI and XVII centuries
  • Pannini
  • Prince Farnese
  • Schools of Ferrara and Parma
  • Correggio and Parmigianino
  • Titian
  • Rafael
  • Tuscan and Venetian Schools, XIV century
  • Sollmena and De Mura
  • Ribera and Stanzioni
  • Velasquez
  • Foreign Schools, XVI - XVIII centuries
  • Room of Brueghel
  • Tapestry Room
  • Room of small Bronzes

David François-Anne, Maréchal Sylvain - Les antiquités d'Herculanum (1780) (8 vol.)

David François-Anne (1741-1824), Maréchal Sylvain (1750-1803): Les antiquités d'Herculanum. Avec leurs explications en françois (1780).

Vol. 01.

Vol. 02.

Vol. 03.

Vol. 04.

Vol. 05.

Vol. 06.

Vol. 07.

Vol. 08.

Ken Dowden - European Paganism (2000)

Ken Dowden - European Paganism. The Realities of Cult from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Routledge, 2000.

  • List of illustrations
  • Acknowledgements
  • Foreword
  • How to use this book
  • Authors and events: a time-chart
  • Part. I: Approaching paganism
  • Pagans, so primitive
  • Christian ending
  • Roman government
  • Germanic invaders
  • Beyond the Roman pale
  • Beyond the Byzantine pale
  • Evidence
  • Latin and other languages
  • Greek and Roman windows on barbarian culture
  • Part. II: Dividing the landscape
  • Location
  • Focus and area
  • Physical features (absolute position)
  • Relative position
  • Ownership: public and private
  • Power
  • The god in the stone?
  • Strength in numbers: tree, stone, spring
  • Part. III: Focus I: spring, lake, river
  • Spring and well
  • What a spring is
  • Prevalence
  • Purity and health
  • What happens at springs and wells
  • Saints, the conversion of the aniconic, and heads
  • Other water
  • Lake
  • River
  • Water worship
  • Part. IV: Focus II: stone and tree
  • Stone
  • What a stone is
  • Feelings about stones
  • Personalising stones
  • Stones and permanence
  • Stone as the object of cult
  • What happens at stones
  • Tree
  • What trees are like
  • Personalising trees
  • Notable trees
  • What happens at trees
  • Pagan tree and Christian objectors
  • Part. V: Area I: land
  • Hill and mountain
  • What mountains are like
  • Worship on mountains: lightning and fire
  • Shore and island
  • Sea: shore and promontory
  • Islands
  • Cave
  • Part. VI: Area II: growth
  • Meadow
  • Grove
  • What a grove is like
  • Grove and temple-culture
  • The feel of natural groves
  • Grove and garden
  • Groves and barbarians
  • Groves and placenames
  • The power of groves
  • Ancient groves
  • Inviolability
  • On the Dusii demons…
  • Divine ownership
  • Inside the grove
  • Part. VII: Technology: statues, shrines and temples
  • Statues
  • The place of statues
  • Impressive statues and Christian destruction
  • Temple, fanum, ecclesia
  • What a temple is
  • The shape of temples
  • Contents and decoration
  • Shrines, vocabulary and placenames
  • Temples in less developed cultures
  • Continuity
  • Instances
  • What are Christians to do with temples or fana?
  • Destroy the fana!
  • Build churches!
  • Part. VIII: Christian paganism
  • Christian knowledge
  • Textuality: coming down from Sinai
  • Specificity
  • What pagans do
  • Eating and drinking
  • Dance
  • Particular customs
  • New Year’s Day
  • Thursday
  • The moon
  • Laurel
  • Catechism: renouncing what?
  • Part. IX: Pagan rite
  • Sacrifice
  • Why sacrifice?
  • What to sacrifice
  • The action of sacrifice
  • Beyond Sacrifice
  • Non-sacrificial offerings
  • How to offer things that aren’t alive
  • Dance and song
  • Human sacrifice
  • Human sacrifice is ‘only’ execution?
  • Battle and hanging
  • Divination and other reasons
  • Manipulation of place
  • Procession
  • Pilgrimage
  • Part. X: Pagan time
  • Time-reckoning
  • Lunar months
  • Intercalation and periods of several years
  • Weeks
  • Calendar and festival
  • A Gaulish calendar
  • Duration of festivals
  • An English calendar
  • Equinoxes and other times
  • The Calendar of Erchia
  • Part. XI: A few aspects of Gods
  • Christian contrasts
  • Pagan plurality
  • Do the pagan Gods exist?
  • Divine functions
  • Sets of gods
  • Lightning
  • Part. XII: Priests
  • The need for priests
  • What a priest is
  • Priestly specialism, development of the state
  • Religion in the home, without professionals
  • Priests and government
  • King-priests
  • Kings and priests
  • Oligarchy in Gaul—‘no sacrifice without a philosopher’
  • Oligarchy at Rome
  • Temple priests, grove priests
  • Greece
  • Germans
  • Gauls
  • Divination
  • Priests and ritual: a common Indo-European inheritance?
  • The role of women
  • Conclusions
  • Part. XIII: Cradle to grave
  • Cradle
  • Transitions
  • Illness and crisis
  • Grave
  • Normal people
  • Grand burial
  • Mounds to marvel at
  • Part. XIV: Unity is the Thing
  • Gaul: centrality of the shrine
  • The Germanic Thing
  • Groves and assemblies
  • Periodicity and leagues
  • Human sacrifice and beginnings
  • The beginning of the world
  • Afterword
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Abbreviations
  • Primary literature: general information and where to find a text and translation
  • Secondary literature
  • Indexes
  • Index locorum—passages cited or reported
  • Index nominum I—Gods, mythic entities and festivals
  • Index nominum II—(real) persons, peoples and places
  • Index rerum—topics and themes
  • Index auctorum—modern authors
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Elaine Pagels - Adam, Eve, and the Serpent (1989)

Elaine Pagels - Adam, Eve, and the Serpent: Sex and Politics in Early Christianity.

  • Introduction
  • The Kingdom of God Is at Hand
  • Christians Against the Roman Order
  • Gnostic Improvisations on Genesis
  • The "Paradise of Virginity" Regained
  • The Politics of Paradise
  • The Nature of Nature
  • Epilogue
  • Acknowledgments
  • Notes
  • Index
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Aurelius Augustinus - Despre natura binelui (2004)

De natura boni. Contra Manichaeos.

  • Nota asupra editiei
  • Cronologie
  • Despre natura binelui. Contra maniheilor
  • Note si comentarii
  • Ordinea creatiei si raul (Bogdan Tataru-Cazaban)
  • Bibliografie
  • Indice general

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Studies in classical philology (1895) (4 vol.)

Volumul 01.

  • G. Hale - The Anticipatory Subjunctive in Greek and Latin
  • E. Capps - Vitruvius and the Greek Stage
  • F. Tarbell - The Direction of Writing on Attic Vases
  • C. Buck - The Oscan-Umbrian Verb-System
  • P. Shorey - The Idea of Good in Plato's Republic
Volumul 02.

  • H. Searles - A Lexicographical Study of the Greek Inscriptions
  • W. Stratton - History of Greek Noun-Formation. I. Suffixes with - μ -

Volumul 03.

  • E. Goodspeed - Papyri from Karanis
  • F. Abbott - The Use of Repetition in Latin to Secure Emphasis, Intensity, and Distinctness of Impression
  • C. Burgess - Epideictic Literature

Volumul 04.

  • E. Bechtel - Sanctae Silviae Peregrinatio
  • B. Peaks - The General Civil and Military Administration of Noricum and Raetia

Classical Philology. Vol. 3 (Jan. - Oct.), 1908

A quarterly journal devoted to research in the languages, literatures, history, and life of classical antiquity.

N.B. Titlurile recenziilor la carti nu vor fi transcrise!

Volume III, January - October, 1908
  • F. Abbott - Some Spurious Inscriptions and Their Authors
  • S. Ballou - The MSS of the Historia Augusta
  • R. Bonner - The Legal Setting of Plato's Apology. The Use and Effect of Attic Seals
  • W. Norman - The Verbs ἀείρω, αἴρω, and ἄρνυμαι
  • J. Elmore - On the Pronominal Use of ὁ αὐτός in Plato
  • W. Ferguson - The Athenian Calendar
  • H. Fowler - The Origin of Quin-Clauses
  • W. Fowler - When Did Caesar Write His Commentaries on the Civil War?
  • T. Frank - The Semantics of Modal Constructions, II
  • J. Goodspeed - Karanis Accounts
  • G. Hale - The Manuscripts of Catullus
  • G. Harkness - The Word-Group Accent in Latin Hexameter
  • W. Kelsey - Is there a Science of Classical Philology?
  • B. Lease - Livy's Use of Neque and Neve with an Imperative or Subjunctive
  • D. Magie, Jr. - The Mission of Agrippa to the Orient in 23 B.C.
  • T. Merrill - The Bodleian MS of the Notitia
  • G. Misener - The εἰ γάρ Wishes
  • C. Nutting - The Substantive Si-Clause
  • J. O'Connor - The Tabula Valeria and the Tabula Sestia
  • B. Platner - The Ara Martis
  • P. Postgate - On Some Passages of Catullus and Martial
  • S. Radford - Notes on Latin Synizesis
  • A. Sanders - The Chronology of Early Rome
  • R. Stuart - The Point of an Emperor's Jest
  • H. Sturtevant - Notes on Greek Etymology
  • B. Tarbell - The Palm of Victory
  • R. Throop - A New Manuscript of Cicero's De senectute
  • U. Moellendorf - De Euripidis Stheneboea
  • A. Wood - Greek and Latin Etymologies
  • F. Abbott - Comment on Professor Foster's Note. Comment on Professor Postgate's Note
  • C. Bonner - Varia. Note on Plato, Rep. iii. 387 C
  • W. Dennision - Caesar Bell. Gall. vi. 30. 4 Again
  • D. Downes - Ovid, Fasti iv. 209
  • C. Fiske - Two Notes on Latin Satire
  • O. Foster - The Latin Grammarians and the Latin Accent
  • C. Hoeing - Notes on the Monumentum Ancyranum
  • G. Laird - Notes on the Epitrepontes of Menander
  • W. Peterson - Transposition Variants in Cicero's Pro Cluetio
  • B. Platner - Juvenal i. 7 - 9
  • P. Postgate - Accent in Latin. Catullus lxiv. 382 ff.
  • W. Prescott - The New Fragments of Menander
  • S. Reid - Note on the Introductory Epistle to the Eighth Book of Caesar's Gallic War
  • A. Scott - Notes to Homer
  • W. Shipley - Tacitus Annales i. 28. 1
  • P. Shorey - An Emendation of Aelian Περὶ Ζῴων viii. 1. 5
  • P. Shorey - Emendations of Themistius'Paraphrase of Aristotle's Physics
  • P. Shorey -Note on Plato Philebus 11 B.C.
  • P. Shorey -Notes on Text of Alcinous' Επἰσαγωγή
  • P. Shorey - Notes on the Text of Simplicius De Caelo
  • Varia
  • T. Seymour, obituary notice
  • M. Warren, obituary notice