Classica et Mediaevalia Vol 55

Book Details

Publisher  Museum Tusculanum Press
Publication Date   September 2, 2005
ISBN  8763503395
Pages  398

Buy this book


Classica et Mediaevalia is an international periodical, published annually, with articles written by Danish and international scholars. The articles are mainly written in English, but also in French and German. The periodical deals from a philological point of view on Classical Antiquity in general and topics such as history of law and philosophy and the medieval ecclesiastic history. It covers the period from the Greco-Roman Antiquity until the Late Middle Ages. Volume 55 contents include: The Date of Xenophon's Poroi—Socratic Apologetics in Xenophon's Symposion—Überlegungen zur Argumentationsstruktur in Platons Protagoras—Trial by Riddle: The Testing of the Counsellor and the Contest of Kings in the Legend of Amasis and Bias—Horace on Tradition and the Individul Talent: Ars Poetica 119-52—L'Itinerarium Egeriae: un point de vue littéaire I—Nemo Mecenas, nemo modo Cesar. Die Idee der Literaturförderung in der lateinischen Dichtung des hohen Mittelalters—On the Composition of Herbert Losinga's Letter Collection—The Vision of Augustus: Pilgrims' Guide or Papal Pulpit?—Alan of Lille on Walter of Châtillon (Anticlaudianus 1.167-70): A 'Silvenzitat'?—Les trois fautes du guerrier Vladimir 1er de Kiev—Some Cases of Grammaticalisation in Latin: Subordinating Conjunctions, Concessivity and Modal Lexemes—On Linguistic Development and School Tradition: Direct and Indirect Evidence of the Development of Late Latin—Virtualisation by Change of Temporal Reference: The Example of Latin and Old French Conditional Clauses—The Evolution of Greek Nominal Paradigms from Mycenean to Modern Greek—Verb-Subject Order in Latin: The Case of Existential and Locative Sentences

Customer Reviews