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[Auctarium Maeandreum] [Biblioteka Meandra] [Swiat Starozytny]

vol. 60, 2005:

  • Jerzy Danielewicz, Uroczyste pożegnanie ustępującej redakcji „Meandra”, s. 3-7
    Hanna Olczak, Herodot jako badacz religii, s. 8-26
  • Krystyna Bartol, Autoprezentacje pasożytów w cytowanych przez Atenajosa urywkach komedii  średniej i nowej, s. 27-35
  • Katarzyna Jażdżewska (tł.), Plutarch, Powiedzenia nieznanych z imienia Spartan, s. 36-47
  • Ewa Skwara, Widz w teatrze Plauta. Charakterystyka rzymskiego odbiorcy na podstawie komedii Bacchides, s. 48-68
  • Jerzy R. Kaczyński, „Sprawca łacińskich słodkobrzmiących nici”, s. 69-85
  • Radosław A. Gawroński, Cohors multis experimentis fidelissima. Batawowie jako straż przyboczna dynastii julijsko-klaudyjskiej, s. 86-105
  • Barbara Skarga, Filozofia i antyk, s. 106-111
  • Patrycja Matusiak, Łacińska inskrypcja w kościele Mariackim w Katowicach, s. 112-121
  • Agnieszka Lew, Uwagi o przekładzie retoryki literackiej, s. 122-126
  • Anna Maciejewska, Lauder libertatis, s. 127
  • Eadem, Fabula marina II, s. 128

 

 

 

 

 


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