- The Hellenic Rhapsode. Enos, Richard Leo // Western Journal of Speech Communication: WJSC;Spring1978, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p134
Discusses the origin and role of the Hellenic rhapsodes, the principal force in composing, transmitting, and codifying the oral literature of ancient Greece prior to the time of Corax, Tisias, Isocrates, Plato, and Aristotle. Importance of rhapsode in the development of Greek literature;...
- Progress, irony and human sacrifice. Pfluger, Carl // Hudson Review;Spring95, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p67
Studies the treatment of human sacrifice in classical Greek literature. Recount of human sacrifice in Plutarch's `Life of Themistocles'; Forms of human sacrifices; Irony of progress; Denunciation of progress in defense of religion; Irony in the Hebrew scriptures.
- PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. // International Journal of the Classical Tradition;Fall2005, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p325
The article presents a list of publications related to classical tradition. The articles include "A Compulsion for Antiquity: Freud and the Ancient World," by Richard H. Armstrong, "Achilles and Hector: The Homeric Hero," by Seth Benardete, and "Creating East and West: Renaissance Humanists and...
- BUNCH OF GRAPES, SWARM OF LOCUSTS. Puhvel, Joan // Journal of Cuneiform Studies;2004, Vol. 56, p127
Focuses on viticultural and oenological semantic triad, that normally comprises vine, grape and wine, in the Greek literature. Presence of grape-bunch in the Greek version of the viticultural and oenological triad; Semitic attestations.
- UN FRAGMENT IN�DIT ATTRIBU� � ANATOLE D'ALEXANDRIE. Fern�ndez, Tom�s // Byzantion Nea Hell�s;2011, Issue 30, p175
This article gives a critical edition of a fragment attributed to Anatole in Alexandria Coislin Anthology, an anthology of Byzantine 9th-10th century. First, Anatole is located briefly in its historical context. Its importance for the calculation of Easter date can not be overstated, he had...
- BOOKS RECEIVED. // Classical Journal;Feb/Mar96, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p348
Presents a list of books on classical art and literature received by "The Classical Journal," for its February-March 1996 issue.
- On All Horizons. R. A. G. // America;11/22/1958, Vol. 100 Issue 8, p234
The article discusses various events related to the Catholic religion. A new pamphlet titled "Byzantine Rite Catholics," by Basil Shereghy is already available. The heroic statue called El Cristo de la Habana is almost completed at the harbor of Havana in Cuba. Two hundred forty-nine students at...
- In the Lay Magazines. // Journal of Higher Education;Mar1944, Vol. 15 Issue 3, following p172
The article discusses the article "The Humanities in the Americas," by John Erskine that was published in the Winter 1943-44 issue of "The American Scholar." The origin of the study of the humanities was related to the Latin and Greek classics. It is importance to understand humanistic...
- THE PATHS OF DAY AND NIGHT. Scodel, Ruth // Ordia Prima;2003, Vol. 2, p83
Odysseus' description of the Laestrygonians and the paths of Night and Day (Od. 10.81-86) is best understood if the land lies not in the far North or East, but on the boundary between this world and another where day and night are reversed. The Laestrygonians have pastures on both sides....