Issue 1

Dutch Translations

Posidippus, Epigrams, Pap. Mil. Vogl. VIII 309 Epitymbia Hippika Epitymbia AB 43 Nikostrate is aangekomen in het land van de vromen, bij de heilige     riten der ingewijden en tot voor het zuiverend vuur van Triptolemos.Rhadamanthys, vanouds haar vriend, en Aiakos     hebben haar teruggeleid tot in de poort en het… Read more

English Translations

Posidippus, Epigrams, Pap. Mil. Vogl. VIII 309 AnathematikaAndriantopoiikaEpitymbiaHippikaIamatika LithikaNauagikaNew, UnidentifiedOionoskopikaTropoi top Anathematika AB 36 (VI 10-17) To you, Arsinoe, this linen cloth from Naukratis     is dedicated, to waft with its folds, with which,dear lady, in a dream… Read more

Translations

Each of the epigrams in the papyrus (P.Mil.Vogl. VIII 309) is represented here by at least one translation into English and some by more than one. The multiple translations of a single epigram reveal the nuances of interpretation that Posidippus’ poetry invites. English Translations English Translations… Read more

Diachrony and the Case of Aesop

[[Also published in print in Diachrony: Diachronic Studies of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture, 2015, ed. José M. González, pp. 233–290. Pagination is herein represented by “{…|…},” indicating where one page ends and another begins. This online version is longer than the printed version due to the fact that, in the… Read more

The Many Deaths of Mustaj Beg of Lika

Translated by Peter McMurray Introduction In his seminal text, “Studije o krajinskoj epici” (‘Studies on Epic Song of the Krajina’), [1] Alois Schmaus points out the importance of tales or stories (priče) in Bosniak epic in order to show that the tale is in fact… Read more

Why Make a Digital Critical Edition of a Latin Source? The Histoire du Grand Comte Roger et de son frère Robert Guiscard by Gaufredus Malaterra in Context

Marie Bisson and Marie-Agnès Lucas-Avenel The rise of digital humanities has contributed greatly to the study of ancient and medieval texts by rendering accessible a large collection of downloadable and searchable texts and by digitizing many manuscript collections that preserve the memory of these texts. Nevertheless, very few researchers today… Read more

Introduction: Ancient Manuscripts and Virtual Research Environments

Claire Clivaz and Garrick V. Allen This volume of Classics@ explores and analyses a methodological turn in ancient studies: the practice of presenting harvested data in ancient manuscripts within virtual research environments (VREs). What changes when research on ancient manuscripts occurs in a VRE, especially in early Jewish and Christian literature, New Testament,… Read more