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Classica Cracoviensia 2016, nr 19


Michał Bzinkowski, Rita Winiarska
Images of Sculptures in the Poetry of Giorgis Manousakis

Adriana Grzelak-Krzymianowska
Il mito di Prometeo riscritto. L’uso e le trasformazioni delle fonti del mito di Giapetide nella Scommessa di Prometeo di Giacomo Leopardi

Marek Hermann
Die Märchenhafte Rhetorik – die Redekunst in der Ilias

Krzysztof Hilman
The story about the introduction of idolatry in Malalas’ Chronicle: The interrelationship between Malalas, the Excerpta Salmasiana and Anacephaleosis

Katarzyna Jasińska, Dariusz R. Piwowarczyk
A Note on the Latin Granicies 'Border' and the -(it)ies formations in the Corpus of Medieval Latin in Poland

Aleksandra Klęczar
The Gate of Alexander in Hebrew Alexander Romances

Joanna Komorowska
Alexander, his teacher, and the status of philosophy in Plutarch of Chaeronea: an inquiry into the meaning of a certain exchange of letters

Elżbieta Loska
Actors and Orators

Mariola Sobolewska
The Perception of Orphics from I BC to III AD

Beata Spieralska-Kasprzyk
Les dérivés dénominaux latins en -monium

Jerzy Styka
Epistles as a medium of late ancient literary debates: The case of Sidonius Apollinaris

Edyta Szczurek-Maksymiuk
Circe, Lamia or Erinya – the image of the witch in The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis

Joachim Śliwa
Nicolas Tourtechot zwany Granger (około 1680 – 1737) i odkrywanie Górnego Egiptu
Nicolas Tourtechot Known as Granger (ca. 1680 - 1737) and The Discovery of Upper Egypt

Stanisław Śnieżewski
Civitas secum ipsa discors (II 23, 1) Political Rhetoric in Livy’s First Pentad

Stanisław Śnieżewski
Consonant Alliterations in Ovid's Metamorphoses, Books I-VIII