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the self in Greek literature  

Christopher Gill

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Mar 2017
The notion of “self” is a non-technical one, bridging the areas of psychology and ethics or social relations. Criteria for selfhood include psychological unity or cohesion, agency, ... More

revision in Greek and Latin literature  

Sean Alexander Gurd

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Mar 2017
Revision happens when a text is changed. Its most common name in Greek was διόρθωσις; in Latin, emendatio. It was practised by writers of all styles and levels of ability, working alone ... More

folktale  

William Hansen

Folktales are traditional fictional stories. Unlike works of original literary fiction, they are normally anonymous narratives that have been transmitted from one teller to another over an ... More

(Aelia) Eudocia , c. 400–460 CE  

Pavlos Avlamis

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Nov 2016

Uranius, Greek writer about Arabia  

Simon Hornblower

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Jun 2016

epinician poetry  

Simon Hornblower

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Jun 2016

Gymnosophists ,  

Ewen Bowie

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May 2016

poetic unity, Greek ,  

Richard Hunter

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Apr 2016

Zenodotus, of Ephesus, b. c. 325 bce  

John Francis Lockwood, Robert Browning, and Nigel Wilson

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Mar 2016

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