Classica et Mediaevalia is an international periodical with articles written by Danish and international scholars. They are mainly published in English, but some essays are also in French and German language text. From a philological point of view, Classica et Mediaevalia deals with classical antiquity in general and topics such as history of law, philosophy, and the medieval ecclesiastic history. Classica et Mediaevalia covers the period from the Greek-Roman antiquity until the Late Middle Ages. The contents of Volume 59 include: The Golden Homer: The Geometry of the Iliad and the Homeric Question * How to Present Line 136a of the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite * Tired of What? A Note on Aristophanes, BIRDS 787 * Socrates' Argumentative Strategy * A Note on Reading Velleius Paterculus * Roman Inscriptions from Ferrara, Mazara and NÃ®mes * Persius' Re-reading of Horace: The Case of Some Proper Names * Bemerkungen zu zwei Epigrammen * 'The Example of the Saints': Reading Eugippius' Account of Saint Severin * Tadpoles! * The Date of Walter of ChÃ¢tillon's Alexandreis Once Again * Greeks and Latins in Medieval Hungary * Kierkegaard and the Euthyphro Dilemma.
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