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vol. 2, 1895:

  • Ant. DANYSZ, De duobus Ciceronis locis, ss. 63nn.
  • Z. DEMBITZER, Ad Nicolai Hussoviani epistulis notulae criticae duae, ss. 65nn.
  • Wiktor HAHN (ed.), Bibliografia filologii klasycznej i literatury humanistycznej w Polsce za lata 1894-1895, ss. I-XXIX
  • Mich. JEZIENICKI, O wydaniu chrestomatyi z utworów poetów polsko-lacinskich, ss. 74nn.
  • M. KAWCZYNSKI, Dwa hymny delfickie na czesc Apollina, ss. 28nn.
  • F. KONARSKI (tr.), Wyimek z przekladu "Zab" Arystofanesa, ss. 68nn.
  • M. LADYZYNSKI, De quibusdam priscorum poetarum scaenicorum locutionibus, quae qualis, talis, aa. pronominum, ut (qui), ita, aa. adverbiorum vices explent, ss. 149nn.
  • Eust. MAKARUSZKA, Kilka slów o przekladach pomników literatury greckiej i lacinskiej na jezyk ukrainsko-ruski, ss. 184nn.
  • Tad. MANDYBUR, O Lukiana dyalogu Perí parasítou, ss. 132nn.
  • Ad. MIODONSKI, O lacinie prawników rzymskich, ss. 52nn.
  • Cas. MORAWSKI, De sermone scriptorum latinorum aetatis quae dicitur argentea observationes, ss. 1nn.
  • St. SCHNEIDER, Dwie Politeje atenskie, ss. 20nn.
  • St. SCHNEIDER, Jak trzeba czytac: neóteros czy nothróteros w 'Athenaíon politeía r. 26?, ss. 177nn.
  • St. SCHNEIDER, Utajona polemika Herodota z Protagorasem, ss. 13nn.
  • Leo STERNBACH, Coniectanea, ss. 129nn.
  • Stan. WITKOWSKI, De paeanis Aristonoi versu 9 sqq., ss. 48nn.

 

 

 

 


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.
It constitutes the efforts to render accessible to the interested public hardly-known ideas, journals and books and aims to contribute to the exploration and understanding of religious and socio-economic processes in the classical antiquity and provide an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of their various aspects.
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