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Athletics and Literature in the Roman Empire

Jason König - Art - 2005 - 398 pages
From the first to third century AD Greek athletics flourished as never before. This book offers exciting readings of those developments. Drawing on a wide range of evidence, it ...
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Xenophon, Vivienne Gray - Art - 2007 - 231 pages
Xenophon of Athens was a pupil of Socrates and a philosopher in his own right. He wrote two of the texts included in this volume, the Hiero (On Tyranny) and the Constitution of ...
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The Sacred Law of Andania: A New Text with Commentary

Laura Gawlinski - Literary Criticism - 2012 - 312 pages
The inscribed text referred to as the sacred law of Andania contains almost 200 lines of regulations about a mystery festival and the sanctuary in which it took place. This ...
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The Captor's Image: Greek Culture in Roman Ecphrasis

Basil Dufallo - Art - 2013 - 279 pages
The first book-length treatment of artistic ecphrasis in Roman literature, The Captor's Image challenges pervasive views to argue for it as a site of subtle, ongoing ...
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Martial's Rome: Empire and the Ideology of Epigram

Victoria Rimell - Art - 2008 - 231 pages
Explores Martial's radical vision of the relationship between art and reality and his role in formulating modern perceptions of Rome.
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Theater Outside Athens: Drama in Greek Sicily and South Italy

Kathryn Bosher - Art - 2012 - 473 pages
The first collection of essays on the development of Greek theater in ancient Sicily and South Italy, written by specialists in a range of fields, including literature ...
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God, Space, and City in the Roman Imagination

Richard Jenkyns - Architecture - 2013 - 407 pages
God, Space, and City in the Roman Imagination is a unique exploration of the relationship between the ancient Romans' visual and literary cultures and their imagination ...
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Aristotle - Literary Collections - 2012 - 64 pages
Extraordinarily influential treatise on fine art contains seminal ideas on nature of drama, tragedy, poetry, music and more. Catharsis, tragic flaw, unities of time and place ...
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The Rise of the Greek Aristocratic Banquet

Marek Wecowski - Art - 2014 - 400 pages
Wecowski offers a comprehensive account of the origins of the symposion and its close relationship with the rise of the Greek city-state or polis. Held by Greek aristocrats ...
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