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Poetics of Closure in Horace Odes 3.1
In the final stanza of Odes 3.1, Horace reverts to themes broached in the programmatic opening lines, qualifying them in light of the intervening lyric argument. By means of associations withExpand
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Synopsis purioris theologiae = Synopsis of a purer theology : Latin text and English translation
Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction Praefatio Ad Illustrissimos, Potentissimosque Hollandiae Westfrisiaeque Ordines. DISPUTATIO I. De Sacrosancta Theologia. DISPUTATIO II. De SacraeExpand
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Scholastic Continuities in the Reproduction of Classical Sources in the Synopsis Purioris Theologiae
This article seeks to contribute to the current re-evaluation of the relationship between the Protestant Reformation and the first period of Reformed orthodoxy by examining the ways in which theExpand
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The Hellenistic Origins of Memory as Trope for Literary Allusion in Latin Poetry
Abstract The demonstrated Greek origins of Latin terms of allusion lead one to consider also a possibly Hellenistic background for the common figure of memory as signal of literary reference in LatinExpand
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Index of Classical References