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vol. 4, 1897:

  • Ant. DANYSZ, Plutarcha Pos dei tòn néon poiemáton akoúein w swiele nowszej pedagogiki, ss. 38nn.
  • Ks. Jan FIJALEK, Kallimach i Bessaryon oraz wspólczesni Polacy w Rzymie, ss. 70nn.
  • Kar. HADACZEK, Nowo odkryty dyplom zolnierski z czasów Domitiana, ss. 172nn.
  • Wiktor HAHN, (ed.), Bibliografia filologii klasycznej i literatury humanistycznej w Polsce za lata 1894 i 1895, sep. pag.
  • Ios. KORZENIOWSKI (ed.), Martini Cromeri ad Romulum Amasaeum epistulae, ss. 62nn.
  • Tadeusz MANDYBUR, O typie Parazyta u Lukiana, ss. 137nn.
  • Stanislaw SCHNEIDER, Dwie etyki w "Antygonie"  Sofoklesa, ss. 21nn.
  • Stanislaw SCHNEIDER, Sofista Antyfont jako psychiatra, ss. 129nn.
  • Wincenty SMIALEK, Nowsze badania nad uzbrojeniem bohatera Homerowego, ss. 1-20
  • Wincenty SMIALEK, W sprawie slownika lacinskiego u nas, ss. 216nn.
  • Leo STERNBACH (ed.), Methodii patriarchae et Ignatii patriarchae   carmina inedita ..., accedit Appendix critica de Ioanne Euchaitensi, ss. 150nn.
  • Leo STERNBACH, Miscellanea, ss. 55nn.
  • W. ZAGÓRSKI, Apollo belwederski w swietle najnowszej krytyki, ss. 164-168
  • W. ZAGÓRSKI, O Atenie lemnijskiej, ss. 169-172

 

 

 

 


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.
Finally it serves furthermore as a naturally forum for the presentation and discussion of noteworthy issues, including the presentation of minority or at times controversial points of view.
Journal: Deadline for completed texts is September 30, 2007, however submissions are encouraged at all times and will be considered for the next upcoming issues.

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