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vol. 81, 1993:

  • Neil ADKIN, Falling asleep over a book: Jerome, Letter 60, 11, 2, pp. 227-230
  • Wlodzimierz APPEL, Nochmals zum Grabgedicht für den kleinen Sarapion. Versuch einer neuen Deutung, pp. 57-60
  • Michal BEDNARSKI, Jan Safarewicz (8 II 1904 - 9 IV 1992), pp. 9-20
  • Raymond CORMIER, Sylvia's Tame Stag: Classical continuity, transposition, & intertextuality in two 12th century adaptations of Virgil's Aeneid, pp. 281-292
  • Piotr DYCZEK, W królestwie Nestora [= In the Kingdom of Nestor], pp. 183-193
  • William FURLEY, Types of Greek hymns, pp. 21-41
  • Anna ILLUMINATI, Septimii Agathonici ed Annii Italici: Forse un legame tra una famiglia equestre ed una senatoria del III sec. d.C., pp. 231-248
  • Irena KOSIOROWSKA-MAJKA, "Morze w kulturze starozytnych Greków i Rzymian" (Turawa, 20-23 IV 1994), pp. 325-326
  • Tadeusz KOTULA, Elity prowincjonalne w okresie wczesnego cesarstwa rzymskiego (Wroclawskie kolokwium miedzynarodowe), pp. 168-169
  • Tadeusz KOTULA, Krakowska konferencja naukowa Komisji historii starozytnej przy Zarzadzie Glównym PTH, pp. 167-168
  • Tadeusz KOTULA, Kryzysy w dziejach starozytnego Rzymu (Z obrad konferencji we Wroclawiu), pp. 165-166
  • Henryk KOWALSKI, Prof. dr hab. tadeusz Loposzko (1929-1994), pp. 324-325
  • Wieslaw MOSSAKOWSKI, The crimen repetundarum. The analysis of the juridical sources of Roman republic, pp. 213-221
  • Wieslaw MOSSAKOWSKI, The problems of unification of criminal courts & procedure in Sulla's period, pp. 93-95
  • Leszek MROZEWICZ, Profesor dr Stefan Parnicki-Pudelko (10 VII 1914 - 16 IV 1949), pp. 323-324
  • Krzysztof NARECKI, La fonction cosmologique du feu: Remarques sur la vision héraclitéenne du monde, pp. 199-211
  • Krzysztof NAWOTKA, Komputerowy projekt epigraficzny Fundacji Packarda, pp. 169-175
  • Barbara PASTOR de AROZENA, Martial 9. 95, pp. 223-226
  • Marian PLEZIA, Wiersze w Kronice Kadlubka, pp. 101-112
  • Stephan PODES, Polybius & 'induction'. Commonsense reasoning in Hellenistic historiography, pp. 47-56
  • Stanislaw SNIEZEWSKI, The divinity of Augustus in the late poetry of Horace & in elegies of Tibullus & Propertius, pp. 61-76
  • Andrzej SOKALA, The effectiveness of the "ne prostituatur" clauses in Roman law, pp. 97-100
  • Robert A. SUCHARSKI, Ko-ma-we-te-ja, pp. 177-181
  • Witold STEFANSKI, Le panthéon grec à la lumière de la théorie de Dumézil, pp. 43-46
  • Alicja SZASTYNSKA-SIEMION, The barbarian in the Greek anthology, pp. 195-198
  • Asko TIMONEN, The Historia Augusta: Two faces of violence. A study of the deaths of emperors in biography, pp. 83-92
  • Krzysztof Tomasz WITCZAK, The Roman elegist Servius Sulpicius - known or unknown?, pp. 77-82
  • Tomasz WUJEWSKI, Zwei unfertige Grabsteine aus Novae, pp. 249-261
  • Andrzej WYPUSTEK, The problem of human sacrifices in Roman north Africa, pp. 263-280

 

 


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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