Sunday, November 28, 2021

Ahiqar - The Story of Ahiqar in its Syriac and Arabic Tradition
The Story of Ahiqar in its Syriac and Arabic Tradition is a project funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and hosted by both the Faculty of Theology of the University of Göttingen and the Göttingen State and University Library. It aims to index and make accessible the Ahiqar story in its Syriac and Arabic transmission branches.



Callimachus: Aetia

This site contains a Greek text, English translation, notes, and vocabulary for Aetia (Αἴτια, "Causes") by the Alexandrian poet Callimachus (310/305–240 BC), along with an introduction, an interactive map of places mentioned, a bibliography, and images of the papyrus fragments on which the text is largely based.

Aetia is a collection of elegiac poems in four books that deals with the foundation of cities, unusual religious ceremonies, and unique local traditions from around the Greek world. It survives not in manuscript form but in papyrus fragments and quotations by later authors. This site is not a complete collection of every identifiable scrap of the Aetia, as is Annette Harder's monumental print edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012). But all coherent, understandable fragments are included, as well as some very short fragments with good explanatory scholia (commentary by ancient scholars).

This project was originally conceived by Prof. Susan Stephens of Stanford University, as a way to achieve four goals:

  • increase access among classicists at every career stage (from undergraduate to senior scholar) to the fragmentary text of the Aetia
  • provide a format for an exchange of information for scholars who are working on aspects of the poem
  • allow immediate integration of new papyrus finds
  • use the visual and spatial capabilities of the web


Hesperia - Banco de datos de lenguas paleohispanicas

El objetivo del Banco de Datos de Lenguas Paleohispánicas HESPERIA es la recopilación, ordenación y tratamiento de todos los materiales lingüísticos antiguos relativos a la Península Ibérica (y los relacionados con ella del sur de Francia), con la exclusión de las inscripciones latinas, griegas y fenicias.

El Banco de Datos HESPERIA incluye:

  • Todos los textos en lenguas paleohispánicas (ibérico, celtibérico, lusitano y la del Suroeste).
  • Las inscripciones monetales paleohispánicas.
  • La onomástica indígena (antropónimos, topónimos, etnónimos y teónimos de las lenguas mencionadas, así como del vascón o del turdetano) transmitida en fuentes epigráficas o literarias grecolatinas.
  • Las glosas hispánicas transmitidas por los autores antiguos.

El Banco de Datos HESPERIA de Lenguas Paleohispánicas está mantenido por un equipo de investigadores pertenecientes a la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad del País Vasco-Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Universidad de Zaragoza y Universitat de Barcelona, con financiación del Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad del Gobierno de España.

Digital Statius: The Achilleid

Over the last forty years or so, our understanding and appreciation of the Latin literature of the Flavian age have been radically improved. Among all the writers involved in this influential, complex and ongoing process of re-evaluation, Publius Papinius Statius (40-96 CE) has enjoyed what may be fairly described as a renaissance. Today his stock is high, as attested by the publication of a regular stream of monographs, commentaries, translations and editions of his three surviving works, the Thebaid, the Silvae and the Achilleid.

It seems fair to say that of the three, it is the last that has received the least attention. Its incomplete state (only the first book and 167 verses were complete at the time of the poet's death) lies at the heart of the matter, but the radical change in style from the Thebaid has also certainly contributed to the poem's reception, at least until recently, when its status as a kind of fragment and its quirky and partially Ovidian manner, its generic ambivalence and its remarkably complex allusivity have come to be seen as distinctly positive features of a text that still requires further study. On the digital front, recent years have seen the timid beginnings of what is surely destined to become a major trend, the preparation of open access, high quality, online critical editions of Greek and Latin texts. Two excellent examples are the edition of Catullus Online prepared by Professor D. Kiss of the University of Barcelona ( and that of Callimachus' Aetia by Professor S. Stephens of Stanford University (

This site is devoted to produce a full open access critical edition of the Achilleid. When complete, in addition to a new critical text the site will contain translations, images of the largest possible number of manuscripts and links to all the manuscripts that are available online elsewhere, and further links to major online, open access research tools in the field of Classics. It is our aim to explore the ways in which new technologies can combine with the established techniques and the high standards of traditional classical philology, and in doing so to offer to the scholarly community an enriched edition of Statius' Achilleid located within the rapidly evolving network of digital tools being developed for the study and teaching of Latin literature.

Keen to share our current research and data with users, we are constructing a platform that will continue to evolve as our ongoing work develops. Concerning the apparatus criticus (cf. the website page called “The Poem”), at the moment the site only displays a sample of the lessons covering lines 1-19 of the first book, taken from many witnesses that have not been studied or taken into account in earlier editions of the poem, even by the most recent edition: Papinius Statius: Thebaid and Achilleid, ed. and transl. by Hall J.B., Ritchie A.L., Edwards M.J., 3 vols., Newcastle 2007-2008. In the apparatus, we have employed the usual abbreviations; in addition, by the sign /, we have indicated the cases where a character is illegible due to deletion and / or correction; by the sign [---], we have indicated that the character(s) are missing due to a physical accident (tearing of the page, for example); by the sign?, that we still hesitate over our reading. This is a first attempt at the visualisation of a high number of witnesses and, as such, it is very much a work in progress. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or suggestions at :

The research carried out to produce this website was made possible thanks to the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) who has financed two consecutive projects: Towards a digital edition of the Achilleid of Statius, (2016-2019) and Digital Statius: the Achilleid, (2019-2021).

The Poem

The Manuscripts

Dilke’s Interactive Apparatus

The Website

The Team

The Events




Saturday, November 27, 2021

Open Access Journal: Latein und Griechisch in Nordrhein-Westfalen

ISSN: 2700-3566 (Online)
ISSN: 2700-3531 (Print)

Die Zeitschrift „Latein und Griechisch in Nordrhein-Westfalen“ (LGNRW) ist gleichzeitig das Mitteilungsblatt des Landesverbands NRW des Deutschen Altphilologenverbandes und setzt das seit 1952 erschienene „Mitteilungsblatt des Deutschen Altphilologen-Verbandes, Landesverband Nordrhein-Westfalen“ fort. Die in „Latein und Griechisch in Nordrhein-Westfalen“ veröffentlichten Beiträge sind im Internet unter folgender Adresse abrufbar: 

Komplette Ausgabe


Gesamtes Heft

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Open Access Journal: Anais de Filosofia Clássica

[First posted in AWOL 8 July 2009. Updated 27 November 2021]

Anais de Filosofia Clássica
ISSN 1982-5323
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Os Anais de Filosofia Clássica publicam semestralmente textos de filosofia clássica submetidos ao seu conselho editorial internacional e trabalhos selecionados apresentados nos seminários e simpósios do Laboratório OUSIA de Estudos Clássicos da UFRJ e seus parceiros.
Os manuscritos são submetidos à avaliação cega de pares.
Principal via de discussão filosófica e filológica do Laboratório OUSIA junto a centros de pesquisa em filosofia e filologia clássica de universidades em vários países, a revista visa integrar em sua linha editorial os rumos e resultados desta colaboração. 

v. 14, n. 28 (2020)



Em 2020, inauguramos o Projeto EON – Ontologia Eleática: origem e recepção, idealizado e dirigido por Nicola Galgano (USP), um amplo trabalho de cooperação internacional em História da Filosofia, que deve estender-se por vários anos e diversos meios de publicação. O primeiro Tomo do Volume 1 vem publicado nos nossos números 27 e 28 de 2020, perfazendo o dossiê especial do Volume 14 da revista com artigos em inglês, português, francês e italiano, alguns publicados em versão bilíngue.

Ontologia Eleática: origem e recepção é uma coleção enciclopédica de artigos sobre toda a história da Ontologia Eleática, recolhidos de estudiosos do mundo inteiro. No interesse desta orientação global, e graças às condições técnicas atuais de publicação acadêmica, promovemos a decentralização, publicando-os em muitas revistas de acesso livre em todo o mundo. A primeira publicação, Tomo 1.1, Fontes de Ontologia Eleática, aparece neste volume 14, números 27 e 28, dos Anais de Filosofia Clássica, sediada na Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) no Brasil. A próxima publicação, Tomo 1.5, Ontologia Eleática: recepção em Aristóteles, será editada na Polónia, sob os cuidados de Peitho. Examina Antiqua, a importante revista polaca de Estudos Clássicos, situada em Poznan. Com esta iniciativa, esperamos que todas as revistas que publicam Tomos desta coleção possam trabalhar em parceria e promover contatos e desenvolvimentos no melhor interesse da filosofia, dos filósofos e de todos aqueles que gostam de praticar esta indispensável disciplina de pensamento. Gostaríamos de agradecer e saudar o Dr. Fernando Santoro, editor de Anais de Filosofia Clássica, e o Dr. Mikolaj Domaradzski, editor-chefe da Peitho. Examina Antiqua pelos seus papéis pioneiros nesta desafiante empreitada em direção ao futuro.

A revista continua recebendo artigos e resenhas em fluxo contínuo, como o artigo sobre o racionalismo político na República, de Rogério Castro (UECE) e a resenha sobre o livro de Rossetti sobre as novas perspectivas da Filosofia Eleata, de Marco Montagnino (Un. di Palermo).

Temos, neste número, uma instigante entrevista de Rossella Saetta Cottone com Massimo Stella, sobre o desconcertante livro de Diego Lanza, Lo Stolto... O “tolo” uma figura importante na comédia clássica, o sonso irônico porta-voz da consciência popular...

Por último, publicamos a tradução de um artigo seminal de John Burnet Lei e Natureza na Ética Grega, por Wilder Silva de Souza (UFSM) e Gionatan Carlos Pacheco (UFSM) –  artigo original disponível por cortesia da JSTOR.


Nicola Galgano

Editor do Vol. 14 e Organizador do projeto Ontologia Eleática

Rose Cherubin

Editora do Vol. 14

Fernando Santoro

Editor Responsável dos Anais de Filosofia Clássica



Nicola Stefano Galgano
Daniel W. Graham
James Lesher
Emese Mogyorodi
Massimo Pulpito
Livio Rossetti
Fernando José De Santoro Moreira
Fernando José De Santoro Moreira
Panagiotis Thanassas

Artigos - Varia

Rogério Castro


Rossella Saetta Cottone
Marco Montagnino


Wilder Silva de Souza, Gionatan Carlos Pacheco

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    New Open Access Journal: Journal of Mother-Tongue Biblical Hermeneutics and Theology (MOTBIT)

    ISSN: 2676-2838
    There are challenges in the translation and interpretation of the biblical texts from the Source Languages (SL) to Receptor Languages (RL).  These stem from the fact that no two languages are the same. Mother-Tongue Biblical Hermeneutics studies the translation and interpretation similarities and differences that come out of various translations of the Bible into the indigenous languages of people. The value of the similarities and differences in the translation of biblical texts is that it gives theological insights to existing interpretations of the texts. These insights create avenues for the scholarly study of mother-tongue biblical texts in addition to the Hebrew Bible, Septuagint and Greek New Testament. Language is a communication tool.
    2021 – Volume 3

    No. 1 – March 2021 | No. 2 – September 2021 | No.3 October 2021 | No. 4 – November 2021

    2020 – Volume 2

    No. 1 – April 2020 | No. 2 – August 2020 | No. 3 – September 2020 | No. 4 – October 2020 | No. 5 – December 2020

    2019 –  Volume  1

    No. 2 – December 2019  |   No. 1 – July 2019

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    Friday, November 26, 2021

    Open Access Journal: plekos: Elektronische Zeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike

    [Pirst posted in AWOL 11/6/09. Updated 26 November 2021]

    plekos: Elektronische Zeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike
    ISSN: 1435-9626

    Plekos ist eine Internet-Fachzeitschrift (ISSN: 1435-9626) für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike. Plekos veröffentlicht wissenschaftliche Besprechungen zu Neuerscheinungen vor allem aus dem Bereich der spätantiken Geschichte, Philologie und Archäologie. Neben dem Schwerpunkt auf der Spätantike werden auch Publikationen aus Nachbardisziplinen und -epochen rezensiert, etwa solche zur römischen Kaiserzeit, zum Byzantinischen Reich, zum Kulturkreis des Oriens Christianus sowie zum frühen Mittelalter und zu den ersten islamischen Jahrhunderten. Besprechungen erscheinen in deutscher, englischer, französischer, italienischer und spanischer Sprache.

    Plekos wurde 1998 gegründet und bis 2016 herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Joachim Gruber (Erlangen) sowie von Prof. Dr. Kai Brodersen (Erfurt), Prof. Dr. Martin Hose (München), Prof. Dr. Peter von Möllendorff (Gießen), Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Prostmeier (Freiburg), Prof. Dr. Stefan Rebenich (Bern) und Dr. Marcus Reuter (Trier).

    Titelseite und Inhaltsverzeichnis


    Roald Dijkstra (ed.): The Early Reception and Appropriation of the Apostle Peter (60–800 CE). The Anchors of the Fisherman. Leiden/Boston: Brill 2020 (Euhormos 1).

    (Richard Westall) [9 Jan 2021]

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    Klaus Belke: Tabula Imperii Byzantini 13. Bithynien und Hellespont. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 2020 (Denkschriften der philosophisch-historischen Klasse 513).

    (Peter Riedlberger) [20 Jan 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Klaus-Peter Todt/Bernd Andreas Vest: Tabula Imperii Byzantini 15. Syria (Syria Prōtē, Syria Deutera, Syria Euphratēsia). Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 2015 (Denkschriften der philosophisch-historischen Klasse 438).

    (Marlena Whiting) [30 Jan 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Roger S. Bagnall/Alexander Jones (eds.): Mathematics, Metrology, and Model Contracts. A Codex from Late Antique Business Education (P.Math.). New York: New York University Press 2019.

    (Fabio Acerbi) [7 Feb 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Tobias Hüttner: Pietas und virtus – spätantike Aeneisimitation in der Iohannis des Goripp. Hamburg: Verlag Dr. Kovač 2020 (Schriftenreihe altsprachliche Forschungsergebnisse 15).

    (Thomas Gärtner) [19 Feb 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Richard Miles (ed.): The Donatist Schism. Controversy and Contexts. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press 2016 (Translated Texts for Historians. Contexts 2).

    (Jesse Hoover) [22 Feb 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Min Seok Shin: The Great Persecution: A Historical Re-Examination. Turnhout: Brepols 2018 (Studia antiqua Australiensia 8).

    (Ulrich Lambrecht) [28 Feb 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Wolfgang Czysz: Kastell Dambach am raetischen Limes. Ausgrabungen im Vicus am Rand des Moosgrabentals (2008). Mit Beiträgen von Philip I. Buckland, Jörg W. E. Faßbinder, Rudolf Haensch, Verena Hasenbach, Franz Herzig, Susanne Klonk, Geoffrey Lemdahl, Roland Linck, Ursula Meier, Andreas Murr, Britt Nowak-Böck, Göran Possnert, Andreas Scharf, Wolfgang Schmid, Ingela Sundström, Richard Vogt und Lucia Wick. Kallmünz/Opf.: Michael Lassleben 2020 (Materialhefte zur Bayerischen Archäologie 113).

    (Ulrike Ehmig) [19 Mar 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Nicholas Banner: Philosophic Silence and the ‘One’ in Plotinus. Cambridge u. a.: Cambridge University Press 2018.

    (Benedikt Krämer) [28 Mar 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Q. Aurelius Symmachus: Amtliche Schreiben. Relationes. Lateinisch-deutsch. Herausgegeben und übersetzt von Alexandra Forst. Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter 2020 (Sammlung Tusculum).

    (Sara Fascione) [29 Mar 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Stephan Renker: A Commentary on Quintus of Smyrna, Posthomerica 13. Bamberg: University of Bamberg Press 2020 (Bamberger Studien zu Literatur, Kultur und Medien 29).

    (Silvio Bär) [31 Mar 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Silvio Bär: Herakles im griechischen Epos. Studien zur Narrativität und Poetizität eines Helden. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag 2018 (Palingenesia 111).

    (Simone Finkmann) [8 Apr 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Niels Hannestad: What Did the Sarcophagus of Symmachus Look like? Late Antique Pagan Sarcophagi. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press 2019.

    (Bente Kiilerich) [12 Apr 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Jared Secord: Christian Intellectuals and the Roman Empire. From Justin Martyr to Origen. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press 2020 (Inventing Christianity).

    (Emanuela Prinzivalli) [28 Apr 2021]

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    Sammelrezension: Forschungen zur byzantinischen Sakralarchitektur des siebten bis neunten Jahrhunderts

    1. Sabine Feist: Die byzantinische Sakralarchitektur der Dunklen Jahrhunderte. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag 2019 (Spätantike – Frühes Christentum – Byzanz. Reihe B: Studien und Perspektiven 46).
    2. Sabine Feist (Hrsg.): Transforming Sacred Spaces. New Approaches to Byzantine Ecclesiastical Architecture from the Transitional Period. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag 2020 (Spätantike – Frühes Christentum – Byzanz. Reihe B: Studien und Perspektiven 48).

    (Andreas Klingenberg) [30 Apr 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Egert Pöhlmann: Ancient Music in Antiquity and Beyond. Collected Essays (2009–2019). With a preface by Georg Heldmann. Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter 2020 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 381).

    (Jutta Günther) [11 May 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Fritz Mitthof/Gunther Martin/Jana Grusková (Hrsgg.): Empire in Crisis: Gothic Invasions and Roman Historiography. Beiträge einer internationalen Tagung zu den Wiener Dexipp-Fragmenten (Dexippus Vindobonensis), Wien, 3.–6. Mai 2017. Wien: Holzhausen 2020 (Tyche-Supplementband 12).

    (Ulrich Huttner) [22 May 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Arash Zeini: Zoroastrian Scholasticism in Late Antiquity. The Pahlavi Version of the Yasna Haptaŋhāiti. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2020 (Edinburgh Studies in Ancient Persia).

    (Tino Shahin) [28 May 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Eleonora Dell’Elicine/Céline Martin (Hrsgg.): Framing Power in Visigothic Society. Discourses, Devices, and Artifacts. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press 2020 (Late Antique and Early Medieval Iberia 7).

    (Christian Stadermann) [30 May 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Christopher Burden-Strevens: Cassius Dio’s Speeches and the Collapse of the Roman Republic. The Roman History, Books 3–56. Leiden/Boston: Brill 2020 (Historiography of Rome and Its Empire 7).

    (Richard Westall) [13 Jun 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Hervé Inglebert (éd.): L’alimentation dans l’Antiquité tardive. Turnhout: Brepols 2020 (Antiquité Tardive 27, 2019).

    (Janick Auberger) [24 Jun 2021]

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    François Chausson/Sylvain Destephen (eds.): Augusta, Regina, Basilissa. La souveraine de l’Empire romain au Moyen Âge. Entre héritages et métamorphoses. Paris: Éditions de Boccard 2018 (De l’archéologie à l’histoire 71).

    (Alexander Thies) [27 Jun 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Caillan Davenport: A History of the Roman Equestrian Order. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2019.

    (Richard Westall) [30 Jun 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Pauline Allen/Bronwen Neil: Greek and Latin Letters in Late Antiquity. The Christianisation of a Literary Form. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2020.

    (Henning Ohst) [17 Jul 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Edward O.D. Love: Code-Switching with the Gods. The Bilingual (Old Coptic-Greek) Spells of PGM IV (P. Bibliothèque Nationale Supplément Grec. 574) and their Linguistic, Religious, and Socio-Cultural Context in Late Roman Egypt. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2016 (Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde. Beihefte 4).

    (Arietta Papaconstantinou) [20 Jul 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Kristina Sessa: Daily Life in Late Antiquity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2018.

    (Christian Laes) [23 Jul 2021]

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    Sara Fascione: Gli ‘altri’ al potere. Romani e barbari nella Gallia di Sidonio Apollinare. Bari: Edipuglia 2019 (Biblioteca tardoantica 12).

    (Giulia Marolla) [28 Jul 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Rocco Palermo: On the Edge of the Empires. North Mesopotamia during the Roman Period (2nd–4th c. CE). London/New York: Routledge 2019 (Studies in the History of the Ancient Near East).

    (Leonardo Gregoratti) [10 Aug 2021]

    [zur Besprechung]

    Alessandro Garcea/Michela Rosellini/Luigi Silvano (eds.): Latin in Byzantium I. Late Antiquity and Beyond. Turnhout: Brepols 2019 (Corpus Christianorum. Lingua Patrum 12).

    (Tommaso Mari) [12 Aug 2021]

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    Anita Di Stefano/Marco Onorato (eds.): Lo specchio del modello. Orizzonti intertestuali e Fortleben di Sidonio Apollinare. Napoli: Paolo Loffredo Editore 2020 (Studi latini n.s. 94).

    (Sara Fascione) [18 Aug 2021]

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    Hiltrud Merten: Die frühchristlichen Inschriften aus St. Maximin bei Trier. Mit einem Anhang der paganen Steindenkmäler. Ausgrabungen des Rheinischen Landesmuseums Trier 1978–1990. Trier: Selbstverlag des Museums am Dom Trier 2018 (Kataloge und Schriften des Museums am Dom Trier 8).

    (Antonio Enrico Felle) [26 Aug 2021]

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    Sammelrezension: The Great Palace in Constantinople and Late Antique Palatine Architecture

    1. Nigel Westbrook: The Great Palace in Constantinople. An Architectural Interpretation. Turnhout: Brepols 2019 (Architectural Crossroads. Studies in the History of Architecture 2).
    2. Lynda Mulvin/Nigel Westbrook (eds.): Late Antique Palatine Architecture. Palaces and Palace Culture: Patterns of Transculturation. Turnhout: Brepols 2019 (Architectural Crossroads. Studies in the History of Architecture 5).

    (Emanuel Mayer) [1 Sep 2021]

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    Patrick Brimioulle: Das Konzil von Konstantinopel 536. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag 2020 (Roma Aeterna 8).

    (Maria Constantinou) [12 Sep 2021]

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    Catherine Ware (ed. and tr.): A Literary Commentary on Panegyrici Latini VI(7). An Oration Delivered before the Emperor Constantine in Trier, ca. AD 310. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2021.

    (Adrastos Omissi) [22 Sep 2021]

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    Jutta Günther: Musik als Argument spätantiker Kirchenväter. Untersuchungen zu Laktanz, Euseb, Chrysostomos und Augustinus. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2019 (Philippika 132).

    (Markus Stachon) [25 Sep 2021]

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    Alberto Cafaro: Governare l’impero. La praefectura fabrum fra legami personali e azione politica (II sec. a.C. – III sec. d.C.). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag 2021 (Historia-Einzelschriften 262).

    (Richard Westall) [30 Sep 2021]

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    Stefan Rebenich/Hans-Ulrich Wiemer (Hrsgg.): A Companion to Julian the Apostate. Leiden/Boston: Brill 2020 (Brill’s Companions to the Byzantine World 5).

    (Ulrich Lambrecht) [15 Oct 2021]

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    The Council of Ephesus of 431. Documents and Proceedings. Translated by Richard Price with an Introduction and Notes by Thomas Graumann. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press 2020 (Translated Texts for Historians 72).

    (Wolfram Kinzig) [23 Oct 2021]

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    Jürgen Strothmann (Hrsg.): Civitates, regna und Eliten. Die regna des Frühmittelalters als Teile eines ‚unsichtbaren Römischen Reiches‘. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2021 (Ergänzungsbände zum Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde 124).

    (Hendrik Hess) [25 Oct 2021]

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    Thomas Völling: Olympia in frühbyzantinischer Zeit. Siedlung – Landwirtschaftliches Gerät – Grabfunde – Spolienmauer. Bearbeitet von Holger Baitinger, Sabine Ladstätter und Arno Rettner. Mit einem Beitrag von Martin Miller. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag 2018 (Olympische Forschungen 34).

    (Andreas Klingenberg) [27 Oct 2021]

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    Lukas Lemcke: Bridging Center and Periphery. Administrative Communication from Constantine to Justinian. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2020.

    (Peter Riedlberger) [28 Oct 2021]

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    Rafał Toczko: Crimen Obicere. Forensic Rhetoric and Augustine’s anti-Donatist Correspondence. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2020 (Forschungen zur Kirchen- und Dogmengeschichte 120).

    (Jesse Hoover) [5 Nov 2021]

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    Sophie Röder: Kaiserliches Handeln im 3. Jahrhundert als situatives Gestalten. Studien zur Regierungspraxis und zu Funktionen der Herrschaftsrepräsentation des Gallienus. Berlin u.a.: Peter Lang 2019 (Prismata 23).

    (Ulrich Lambrecht) [10 Nov 2021]

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    Nicola Spanu: Proclus and the Chaldean Oracles: A Study on Proclean Exegesis, with a Translation and Commentary of Proclus’ Treatise on Chaldean Philosophy. London/New York: Routledge 2021 (Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies).

    (Jonathan Greig) [15 Nov 2021]

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    Christian Brockmann/Daniel Deckers/Dieter Harlfinger/Stefano Valente (eds.): Griechisch-byzantinische Handschriftenforschung. Traditionen, Entwicklungen, neue Wege. 2 volumes. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2020.

    (Caroline Macé) [20 Nov 2021]

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    Sammelrezension: Eine neue Gellius-Edition mit textkritischem Begleitband

    1. Aulus Gellius: Noctes Atticae. Ab Leofranco Holford-Strevens recognitae brevique adnotatione critica instructae. Tomus 1: Praefatio et libri I–X. Tomus 2: Libri XI–XX. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2020 (Scriptorum Classicorum Bibliotheca Oxoniensis).
    2. Leofranc Holford-Strevens: Gelliana. A Textual Companion to the Noctes Atticae of Aulus Gellius. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2020.

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