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Symbolae Osloenses LX (Norwegian University Press Publication)

L. Amudnsen

Symbolae Osloenses LX (Norwegian University Press Publication)

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ancient and Classical,
  • Ancient World History,
  • Classical Literature,
  • Children"s All Ages - Literature

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13181949M
    ISBN 108200073815
    ISBN 109788200073819

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xxxix)Author: H. MORLAND H. L'ORANGE L. AMUNDSEN. Symbolae Osloenses Published in Oslo by Universitetsførlaget Print available from Electronically available from. All journal articles featured in Symbolae Osloenses vol 77 issue 1. The opinion that the book division of the Iliad and the Odyssey was imposed upon the Homeric text by Alexandrian scholars has been challenged in recent years.

Symbolae Osloenses has invited Minna Skafte Jensen to initiate a debate on that topic. After a survey of studies and sources, she analyzes the passages between songs, demonstrating that they show a patterning which is similar in. Egil Kraggerud is the author of Thorleif Dahls kulturbibliotek 50 år - en oversikt ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Critica ( avg rating, 0 rat /5.

Notes on Carmen de bello Actiaco 81 Zecchini's interpretation is to save the traditional order of fragments on the assumption that they have Symbolae Osloenses LX book form a chrono­ logical sequence ofevents. Plutarch obviously thought that they took leave ofeach other immediately after they had landed at.

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It is twenty‐five years since Peter Brown's seminal book The World of Late Antiquity first appeared. Symbolae Osloenses has asked Professor Brown to revisit that world Symbolae Osloenses LX book give Symbolae Osloenses LX book a report, describing both the circumstances in which the book was written and in what respects, through his own subsequent research and that of others, his picture of Late Antiquity has changed since by: Symbolae Osloenses Frequency: Irregular: Index/Finding Aid Note: 1 v.

(includes fasc. 1 of Symbolae arctoae, and fasc. of Symbolae Osloenses) Subjects: Classical philology. Also Titled: Symbolae Osloenses. Fasciculi suppletorii. Symbolae Osloenses. Fasc. suppl. Symbolae Osloenses. Available From. The respected Norwegian journal Symbolae Osloenses organised a useful debate between M.S.

Jensen (henceforward J.) and other scholars as to the origin of the Homeric book-divisions, and invited a wide range of responses. Extreme overwork prevented me from participating at the time, but it may be useful to review the debate in this forum : Richard Janko.

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Publication date Series Symbolae Osloenses. Fasc. suppl. ; 28 ISBN Inscriptiones Semiticae: collectionis Ustinowianae Volume 2 of Symbolae Osloenses. Fasciculi Suppletorii Volume 2 of Symbolae Osloensis: Contributor: Johs Pedersen: Publisher: Brgger, Length: 70 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

OCLC Number: Notes: Introd. in French, text in Greek. Description: xxxiii, pages 25 cm. Series Title: Symbolae Osloenses., Fasc.

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