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Philolaus of Croton: Pythagorean and Presocratic: A Commentary on the Fragments and Testimonia with Interpretive Essays
Part I. Introduction: 1. Life and writings 2. Authenticity Part II. Philolaus' Philosophy: 3. Limiters and unlimiteds 4. Number and Harmonia 5. Philolaus' use of archai and the method of hypothesisExpand
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The new Simonides : contexts of praise and desire
Over the course of his life (550-460 BC), the Greek poet Simonides produced poetic work of every kind then extant: elegies, threnodies, choral odes, countless epigrams, even a small epic.Expand
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Interpretations of Greek Mythology
This collection of original studies offers new interpretations of some of the best known characters and themes of Greek mythology, reflecting the complexity and fascination of the Greek imagination.Expand
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Stagecraft in the Oresteia
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As Is the Generation of Leaves in Homer, Simonides, Horace, and Stobaios
] . i y o[ ]n t[ . . . ] . [ tut]yUn § p‹ xrO[non . . . . . . ] . . [ . . . . . ]v parmen. [ 5 ynht«n dE ˆfra tiw enyow ¶xei poluAEraton ¥bhw, koEfon ¶xvn yumUn pOllE et°lesta noe›: oIte garExpand
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The Epigrams of Philodemos
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