From Scholars to Scholia: Chapters in the History of Ancient Greek Scholarship
Franco Montanari, Lara Pagani
Walter de Gruyter, 2011 - History - 205 pages
This book concerns the field of the history of philological-grammatical exegesis and ancient scholarship. Over recent decades this line of research has aroused lively interest, and noteworthy advances in knowledge have been achieved. In comparison with the state and trends of studies in the mid-20th century, the scenario now appears radically changed: editions of texts, preparation of reference tools, in-depth investigation on personalities, problems and movements have led to substantial progress in our understanding of these aspects of ancient literary culture.
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