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vol. 27, 1979:

  •  W. BLAWATSKY, Hellenic Art in City and in Chora, pp. 103nn.
  • J. CARLIER, Voyage en Amazonie grecque, pp. 381nn.
  • M.L CHAUMONT, A propos de la chute de Hatra et du couronnement de Shapur Ier, pp. 207nn.
  • Marcel DÉTIENNE, Violentes "Eugénies". En pleines Thesmophories: des femmes couvertes de sang, pp. 109nn.
  • R. FALUS, La terminologie grecque du "rapport" et de la "proportion", pp. 353nn.
  • I. FRÖHLICH, Le manuscrit latin de Budapest d'une œuvre historique hellénistique, pp. 149nn.
  • I. GERSHEVITCH, The False Smerdis, pp. 337nn.
  • J. HARMATTA, Érudition, tradition et réalité géographique (le récit sur l'éxode des Hongrois chez Anonyme), pp. 285nn.
  • J. HARMATTA, Royal power and Immortality. The Myth of the Two Eagles in Iranian Royal Ideology, pp. 305nn.
  • F. HARTOG, La question du nomadisme: Les Scythes d'Hérodote, pp. 135nn.
  • H. HUNGER, Ideologie und Systemstabilisierung im byzantinischen Staat, pp. 263nn.
  • E. LIPIŃSKI, Aram et Israël du Xe au VIIIe siècle av. n.è, pp. 49nn.
  • J. MAKKAY, The Late Neolithic Male Statuette of Szegvár and the Ancient Myth of the "Separation of Heaven and Earth", pp. 1nn.
  • M. MARÓTH, Galenos und die vierte Figur der Syllogismen, pp. 187nn.
  • M. MARÓTH, Le siège de Nisibe en 350 ap. J.-Chr. d'après des sources syriennes, pp. 239nn.
  • E. MARÓTI, Zu Columellas Weiterleben im Frühmittelalter, pp. 437nn.
  • J. MEHLIG, Sprache, Philosophie und Sprachphilosophie im alten Indien, pp. 321nn.
  • D.F. MELIA, Some Remarks on the Affinities of Medieval Irish Saga, pp. 255nn.
  • F. MURRU, Les vocables grecs de graphie grecque chez Lucius Ampelius, pp. 245nn.
  • M. de L.F. de OLIVEIRA, L'humanisme et les études classiques au Portugal, pp. 449nn.
  • R.T. RIDLEY, The World's Earliest Annals: A Modern Journey in Comprehension, pp. 39nn.
  • М.А. ТАРИВЕРДИЕВА, Латинский язык в системе средневекого образования, pp. 273nn.

 

 

 


The project Pomoerium will focus on the achievements of classics-related sciences, and examine socio-economic and religious transformations, not as a stream of disjointed events, but as an intelligible and determinate process, whether involving a shorter or a longer time span.
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