Inscriptions and Their Uses in Greek and Latin Literature

Inscriptions and Their Uses in Greek and Latin Literature

Collected Papers on Latin Poetry. Oxford, 85–100]. ——(1980). The Latin Love
Poets, from Catullus to Horace. Oxford. ... Études et commentaires 102. Paris.
Warmington, E. H. (1940). Remains of Old Latin, iv. Archaic Inscriptions. 4 vols.

Author: Peter Liddel

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199665747

Category: History

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From the archaic period onwards, ancient literary authors working within a range of genres discussed and quoted a variety of inscriptions. This volume offers a wide-ranging set of perspectives on the diversity of epigraphic material present in ancient literary texts, and the variety of responses, both ancient and modern, which they can provoke.
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Illustrated Introduction to Latin Epigraphy

Illustrated Introduction to Latin Epigraphy

( London 1929 ) Edgar H . Sturtevant , The Pronunciation of Greek and Latin ? ...
Regni Sueciae , 8° , V ) Idem , Inscriptions du Port d ' Ostie , 2 vols . ... Archaic
Inscriptions , vol . 4 ( 1940 ) of his Remains of Old Latin , newly ed . and transl .

Author: Arthur Ernest Gordon

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520038983

Category: Inscriptions, Latin

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Library Catalog

Library Catalog

Author: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). Library

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ISBN: UOM:39015016666177

Category: Art

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Library Catalog of the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Library Catalog of the Metropolitan Museum of Art  New York

Abt . v . as P. 363-172 . ) Rom , 1910 Nole . Bibliograpbical foot - notes 613.8
Dopt . Grook , de Roman Artloop.2 ) W23 Inscriptions , Latin . Varnington , E. H.
ed . k tr . Remains of old Latin ... 1940 . V. 4 ; Archaic inscriptions . Inscriptions ,
latin .

Author: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). Library

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105003682189

Category: Art

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Bilingualism and the Latin Language

Bilingualism and the Latin Language

C. ( Rome ) Vanoni , L. C. ( 1965 ) , ' Rivista di epigrafia etrusca ' , SE 33 , 500-4
Vattioni , F. ( 1968 ) , “ Sant'Agostino e la civiltà ... The Romance Languages (
London ) , 26-78 Vine , B. ( 1993 ) , Studies in Archaic Latin Inscriptions (
Innsbruck ) Vives y ... Sprachliche und epigraphische Untersuchungen zu den
Dokumenten bis etwa 150 v ... 5 , 83-8 Warmington , E. H. ( 1940 ) , Remains of
Old Latin , IV .

Author: J. N. Adams

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521817714

Category: Foreign Language Study

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Surveys cultural, historical, and linguistic questions surrounding the development of bilingualism in the Roman world.
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A Roman Women Reader

A Roman Women Reader

Latin. Text. • Note that consonantal v rather than intervocalic u is used throughout
this Reader. For consistency, an initial capital letter is used at the ... CIL I.2.2161; I
.2.1837: Remains of Old Latin IV: Archaic Inscriptions, ed. and transl.

Author: Sheila K. Dickison

Publisher: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers

ISBN: 9781610411295

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This selection of Latin readings, drawn from texts in a variety of genres across four centuries, aims to provide a comprehensive and accurate picture of the images and realities of women in Roman antiquity. Depicted in the readings are both historical and fictional women, of varying ages and at different stages of life, from a range of social classes, and from different locales. We see them dramatized—sometimes in their own words—in the roles the women actually played, as wives and mothers, friends and lovers. This Reader differs from others in showing women in explicitly erotic roles, in drawing some of its passages from "archaic" Latin, and in encouraging a variety of critical approaches, all suitable for its intended college-level audience.
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Catalog of Reprints in Series

Catalog of Reprints in Series

4v. v 1, Iphigenia at Aulis; Rhesus; Hecuba; Daughters of Troy; Helen; v4, Ion;
Hippolytus; Medea; Alcestis (9,12) Eusebius Pamphili, ... 2v, v_1, Eclogues;
Georgics; Aeneid, bks I-VI (63) Warmington, Eric Herbert P(ed and tr) Remains of
old Latin. 4v, v.4, Archaic inscriptions (359) Xenophon ECyropaedia; tr. by Walter
Miller.

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ISBN: UCAL:$B222855

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Studies in Archaic Latin Inscriptions

Studies in Archaic Latin Inscriptions

Vendryes Lexique : J . V . , Lexique étymologique de l ' irlandais ancien ( Dublin
1959 - ) . Veneti : G . Fogolari , A . L ... B . V . , “ Notes on the Corcolle Altar
Fragments ( CIL 12 ( 4 ) 2833a ) , Glotta 69 ( 1991 ) 219ff . von Planta Gramm . : R
. v . P . , Grammatik der Oskisch ... Warmington Remains : E . H . W . , Remains of
Old Latin IV : Archaic Inscriptions ( Cambridge , MA and London 1940 , repr .
1979 ) .

Author: Brent Harmon Vine

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ISBN: UVA:X002331947

Category: Inscriptions, Latin

Page: 419

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Classical Scholarship

Classical Scholarship

WARMINGTON , Eric Herbert . Remains of Old Latin . Cambridge , Mass . ,
Harvard University Press , 1961 – 1967 , 1935 . 4 v . GD28 CPh 1942 337 ... IV ,
Archaic Inscriptions , was first published in 1940 and reprinted several times .
See also ...

Author: Thomas Patrick Halton

Publisher: White Plains, N.Y. : Kraus International

ISBN: STANFORD:36105024594793

Category: Reference

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Remains of old Latin Lucilius The Twelve tables

Remains of old Latin  Lucilius  The Twelve tables

( 3rd Imp . ) REMAINS OF OLD LATIN . E . H . Warmington . 4 vols . Vol . I . (
ENNIUS AND CAECILIUS . ) Vol . II . ( LIVIUS , NAEVIUS , PACUVIUS , Accius . )
Vol . III . ( LUCILIUS and LAWS OF XII TABLES . ) Vol . IV . ( 2nd Imp . ) (
ARCHAIC ...

Author: Eric Herbert Warmington

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ISBN: UOM:39015003881383

Category: Latin language

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Remains of Old Latin

Remains of Old Latin

4 Vols . REMAINS OF OLD LATIN . E. H. Warmington . 4 Vols . Vol . I. ( ENNIUS
AND CAECILIUS . ) Vol . II . ( LIVIUS , NAEVIUS , PACUVIUS , ACCIUS . ) Vol . III
. ( LUCILIUS and LAWS OF XII TABLES . ) ( ARCHAIC INSCRIPTIONS . ) ...

Author: Eric Herbert Warmington

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ISBN: UOM:39076006795178

Category: Latin language

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British Books in Print

British Books in Print

Alsace Lorraine and Imperial Germany, 1871-1918 (Silverman) M8.262. c22.55
Penn State U.P. (8.72) O 271 01111 4 Reluctant ... Remains of Old Latin. v. ... r.e.
Loeb Class.lib. f7.50 Heinemann ('67) O 434 99.329 8 v.4, Archaic inscriptions.

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105015553352

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Martial Arts

Martial Arts

Existing populations about 6,000 years ago, located in the central-eastern Europe and joined several personal notes, identify Indo-European civilization, the ancient stories, which also established with some accuracy, the name and place of ...

Author: Ulici Claudiu Octavian

Publisher: Self Publishing

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Category: Sports & Recreation

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Short notice, in this first part, reveal several issues accepted by most experts on Indo-Europeans. Existing populations about 6,000 years ago, located in the central-eastern Europe and joined several personal notes, identify Indo-European civilization, the ancient stories, which also established with some accuracy, the name and place of origin. I note at the end that Indo-European society has professional fighters, and how the war needs physical and mental preparation, it demanded, preparing the participants, unarmed combat techniques, then spread in Asia.
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MARTIAL ARTS

MARTIAL ARTS

Existing populations about 6,000 years ago, located in the central­eastern Europe and joined several personal notes, identify for Indo­European civilization, the ancient stories, which also established with some accuracy, the name and ...

Author: Octavian Ulici

Publisher: Self publishing

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 92

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Short notice, in this first part, reveal several issues accepted by most experts on Indo­Europeans. Existing populations about 6,000 years ago, located in the central­eastern Europe and joined several personal notes, identify for Indo­European civilization, the ancient stories, which also established with some accuracy, the name and place of origin. I note at the end that Indo­European society has professional fighters, and how the war needs physical and mental preparation, it demanded, preparing the participants, for unarmed combat techniques, then spread in India and Asia. Unarmed combat techniques from different parts of the world seem to have a common origin, which followed, can lead to "rediscover" Indo­European martial arts. In this chapter I tried to reconstruction processes by establishing links at least 3 elements, such as linkage between specific processes martial Asia and Europe. Identification of these connections can lead to the establishment, with a reasonable degree of certainty, the Indo­European origins of the techniques and concretely illustrate a number of possible 8 original fighting techniques. Finally, I suggest possible name for this proto­martial­arts.
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Herrschaft ohne Integration

Herrschaft ohne Integration

Wie wurde Italien in die romische Republik integriert? Wurde es uberhaupt integriert?

Author: Martin Jehne

Publisher: Verlag Antike

ISBN: 9783938032114

Category: History

Page: 335

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Papers presented at an international conference held in October 2004 in Dresden, Germany.
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Titles in Series

Titles in Series

Author: Eleanora A. Baer

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ISBN: UOM:39015031706750

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