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vol. 83, 1995:

  • M. CASEVITZ,  Sur une formule homérique: ikmenos ouros, pp. 27-32
  • Y. DUHOUX, Les diathèses du parfait en Attique littéraire aux V-IV, pp. 43-45
  • I. FRINGS, Die Klage der Roma - Lukan 1,186ff. in der literarischen Tradition, pp. 115-132
  • M. IGLEWSKA, Interpretacja symboliczna zespolu zlotych naczyn z Panagiuriszte, pp. 85-107
  • S. JÄKEL, Everyday life in Athens after the Peloponnesian war under the tyranny of the so-called "Thirty", pp. 47-63
  • E. KACZYNSKA, Mykenski osrodek kultowy w miejscowosci ma-sa (Malla), pp. 11-15
  • W. MANCZAK, Origine de l'imparfait latin en -bam, pp. 109-113
  • I. MILEWSKI, Die "hellenischen" Sitten im täglichen Leben der Christen im Lichte der Schriften von Johannes Chrysostomus. Ein Beitrag zum Kampf der alten Kirche gegen das Heidentum im 4. Jh., pp. 167-177
  • Ryszard PANKIEWICZ, Zu einigen verkannten Funktionen der frührömischen Opfern und Strafen. Ein vorläufiger Überblicksversuch, pp. 133-140
  • M.P. SCHMUDE, Nomos und Physis auf der Bühne. Entwicklung und Gestaltung einer Antithese von der klassisch-griechischen Tragödie zur hellenistischen neuen Komödie (eine Skizze), pp. 77-83
  • R.A. SUCHARSKI,  The Pylian word wa-na-so-i - some observations, pp. 5-9
  • Romuald TURASIEWICZ, Pericles' "Funeral oration" in Thucydides & its interpretation, pp. 33-41
  • Gabriele WESCH-KLEIN, Eingriffe Hadrians in das römische Heerwesen, pp. 147-165
  • Krzysztof T. WITCZAK, Non-Greek elements in the animal terminology of the ancient Polyrrhenians, pp. 17-25
  • Henryk WÓJTOWICZ, Nazwy i odmiany winorosli u Teofrasta, pp. 65-75

 

 

 

 


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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