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  • Aberration and criminality in Senecan tragedy 

    Payne, Matthew (2018-12-07) - Thesis
    This thesis tackles the pervasiveness of aberration in Senecan tragedy. Aberration infects all aspects of the drama, and it is deeply entwined with Senecan criminality. In my introduction, I define my terminology of the ...
  • After the daggers : politics and persuasion after the assassination of Caesar 

    Mahy, Trevor Bryan (2010-06-22) - Thesis
    In this thesis, I examine the nature and role of persuasion in Roman politics in the period immediately following the assassination of Caesar on the Ides of March 44 B.C. until the capture of the city of Rome by his heir ...
  • Linguistic and literary studies in the "Epitome historion" of John Zonaras 

    Grigoriadis, Iordanis (1996) - Thesis
    John Zonaras, a high-ranking judge, subsequently a monk in the twelfth-century Byzantine Empire, is well known as author of a universal history that stretches from the Creation to his own time and a collection of canon ...
  • Philetas of Cos : the poetical fragments 

    Spanoudakis, Konstantin (1997) - Thesis
    The greatest impediment in our effort to reconstruct the history of Greek literature of the 4th c. B.C. is the almost complete loss of important poets such as Antimachus of Colophon, a loss which leaves us in the dark as ...
  • The Platonic 'Theages' : an introduction, commentary and critical edition 

    Joyal, Mark A. J. (1988) - Thesis
    The Theages poses a number of problems for the interpreter of Plato and the Platonic dialogue. Traditionally, the most controversial one concerns the authenticity of the work: is Plato its author, and what criteria may be ...