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Dialogues d’histoire ancienne 46/2

COLLECTIVE

2021 – ISBN : 978-2-84867-848-1 – 432 pages – book size : 16x22 cm

Revue : Dialogue d'Histoire Ancienne

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Summary

FOLDER: Clisthene Workshop, III, Outside the Walls Philosophy

Michel Fartzoff, Karin Mackowiak, Arnaud Macé, Introduction

Pierre Judet de la Combe, What Is a Society According to the Iliad? A Few Elements to Reflect On

Fabio Stella, Parmenides, Fragment 2 DK: from a Lexicon of Action to a Lexicon of Knowledge

Michel Briand,Pindar and Parmenides, Poets and Thinkers: Interplays of Metaphors and Pragmatic Effects

Elia Marrucci,Plato and the Weaving Technique. Technical Knowledge and Paradigmatic Employment within the Second Tetralogy

André Rehbinder, Language, πρᾶξις and Being in Hermogenes’ Refutation (Cratylus, 385a1-390e4)

 

Marcel Meulder,The Trojan Horse and the Indo-European Motif of the Threefold Death in Virgil’s Aeneid, Book II (35-38)

Mélissa Leuzy,The Author and his Character: Reflections on the Prefaces of Arrian’s Anabasis

Simone Podestà,A New Historian for an “Old” Fragment? Leon of Alabanda and Leon of Stratonicea

Mathieu Bouvier, Michaël Girardin,Judas at Mispa: a Legitimizing Show of the Maccabean Dynasty (1 M 3, 46-60)

José Carlos López-Gómez,The Religious Landscape of Pax Iulia (Beja) during the Early Roman Empire

Alessandro Pagliara,The Julian Caesar and Constantius’ Second Sarmatic Triumph

 

Slavery and dependance. Chronicles 2020

Oriental Chronicle. Chronicles 2020

A look at the Hellenic publications. Chronicles 2020

Reviews

Contents

FOLDER: Clisthene Workshop, III, Outside the Walls Philosophy

Introduction

          Michel Fartzoff, Karin Mackowiak, Arnaud Macé

What Is a Society According to the Iliad? A Few Elements to Reflect On

          Pierre Judet de la Combe

Parmenides, Fragment 2 DK: from a Lexicon of Action to a Lexicon of Knowledge

          Fabio Stella

Pindar and Parmenides, Poets and Thinkers: Interplays of Metaphors and Pragmatic Effects

          Michel Briand

Plato and the Weaving Technique. Technical Knowledge and Paradigmatic Employment within the Second Tetralogy

          Elia Marrucci

Language, πρᾶξις and Being in Hermogenes’ Refutation (Cratylus, 385a1-390e4)

          André Rehbinder

 

The Trojan Horse and the Indo-European Motif of the Threefold Death in Virgil’s Aeneid, Book II (35-38)

          Marcel Meulder

The Author and his Character: Reflections on the Prefaces of Arrian’s Anabasis

          Mélissa Leuzy

A New Historian for an “Old” Fragment? Leon of Alabanda and Leon of Stratonicea

          Simone Podestà

Judas at Mispa: a Legitimizing Show of the Maccabean Dynasty (1 M 3, 46-60)

          Mathieu Bouvier, Michaël Girardin

The Religious Landscape of Pax Iulia (Beja) during the Early Roman Empire

          José Carlos López-Gómez

The Julian Caesar and Constantius’ Second Sarmatic Triumph

          Alessandro Pagliara

 

Slavery and dependance. Chronicles 2020

Oriental Chronicle. Chronicles 2020

I- The walls of Kition (Cyprus): inventory and recent research

II- A New Seleukid Lead Test Piece

III- The Franco-Bulgarian Archaeological Mission at Apollonia du Pont (Sozopol, Bulgaria): the aristocratic tumulus of the cadastral plot UPI 7547 (4th century BC)

A look at the Hellenic publications. Chronicles 2020

I- A rock sanctuary on the island of Naxos

II- Athens in the 4th century: the city of epigraphists

III- The Persian wars

IV- The foundations of the socio-political order of Sparta

V- Long live youth

VI- Ceramics, Classics, Aegean

VII- Ancient Arabia

VIII- Regional studies I: Leucas

IX- Regional studies II: Drama (Central Macedonia)

X- Regional studies III: Crete through the coinage of its cities

XI- Athens in the era of the Sultans

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Researchers and Advanced Students in History and Literature of Ancient Worlds (Near East, Egypt, Greece, Rome)
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Revue soutenue par l’INHS du CNRS, publiée avec le concours de l’Institut des Sciences et Techniques de l’Antiquité (UFC, EA 4011)