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Classica - Revista Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos

Number 32, n.1, 2019

  • 11-22
    THE TYPIFIED CHARACTER OF THE ALAZON IN ARISTOPHANIC COMEDY AND ITS HOMERIC ANTECEDENTS
    Authors: María Jimena Schere
    Number of views: 189
  • 23-42
    ARISTOPHANES’ BANQUETERS: THE CHORUS DEVOTED TO HERACLES AND THE EDUCATION OF THE VIRTUOUS BOY AND THE PERVERTED BOY
    Authors: Karen Amaral Sacconi
    Number of views: 225
  • 43-59
    GALLIS MAGIS QUAM ROMANIS SIMILES: THE FABII BROTHERS AND THE TRAGIC DESTINY OF ROME ( LIVY, AB URBE COND., 5.35-39)
    Authors: Priscilla Adriane Ferreira Almeida
    Number of views: 218
  • 61-78
    LAUGHTER AS PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION IN LUCIAN
    Authors: Rafael Guimarães Tavares da Silva
    Number of views: 192
  • 79-91
    THE WOMAN TRANSLATOR AND THE INTERMEDIA DIALOGUE IN ANNE CARSON’S ANTIGONICK
    Authors: Rodrigo Tadeu Gonçalves; Julia Nascimento
    Number of views: 233
  • 97-129
    TTHE MOTIF OF WRATH AND WITHDRAWAL IN MEDIEVAL EUROPEAN EPIC AND ITS IMPACT ON THE HOMERIC QUESTION – SOME PRELIMINARY REMARKS
    Authors: Peter Grossardt
    Number of views: 264
  • 131-146
    HOMER AND XENOPHON: PANTHEA, ABRADATAS AND THE WAR OF CYRUS
    Authors: Lucia Sano
    Number of views: 208
  • 147-164
    THE EΚΦΡΑΣΙΣ OF JASON’S CLOAK IN ARGONAUTICA AND ITS ILIADIC MODEL
    Authors: Fernando Rodrigues Jr.
    Number of views: 252
  • 165-180
    THE APPROPRIATION OF THE ILIAD IN THE VERGILIAN EPIC
    Authors: Paulo Sérgio de Vasconcellos
    Number of views: 246
  • 181-194
    “LET ME NOT DIE WITHOUT A STRUGGLE, NEITHER WITHOUT GLORY”: THE QUOTATIONS FROM THE ILIAD IN CHAEREAS AND CALLIRHOE
    Authors: Adriane da Silva Duarte
    Number of views: 197
  • 195-215
    THE ‘EVIDENCE’ (ENARGEIA) IN HOMER’S ILIAD ACCORDING TO THE EXEGETICAL SCHOLIA (bT) IN PARALLEL WITH THE RHETORIC TREATISES OF THE HELLENISTIC AND IMPERIAL PERIODS * Professor substituto de Língua e Literatura Grega, Universidade de Brasília. garafreitas@hotmail.com
    Authors: Gustavo Araújo de Freitas
    Number of views: 229
  • 217-234
    AUSCULTATING ROSA AND HEARING HOMER
    Authors: Tereza Virgínia Ribeiro Barbosa
    Number of views: 194
  • 235-254
    THE DISCORD OF THE ILIAD IN THE NOVEL AQUILES O EL GUERRILLERO Y EL ASESINO BY CARLOS FUENTES
    Authors: Graciela C. Zecchin de Fasano
    Number of views: 308
  • 255-268
    ‘THE WAR OF TROY’ AGAIN... NOW IN LISBON MÁRIO DE CARVALHO, A INAUDITA GUERRA DA AVENIDA GAGO COUTINHO
    Authors: Maria de Fátima Silva
    Number of views: 320

Number 31, n.2, 2018

  • 9-29
    SPONSORING THE ARTS: MELIC PERSPECTIVES
    Authors: Lucia Athanassaki
    Number of views: 219
  • 31-43
    THE PERFORMANCE CONTEXTS OF TROCHAIC TETRAMETERS CATALECTIC
    Authors: Ewen Bowie
    Number of views: 241
  • 45-63
    THE POET AMONG THE CROWD IN AUGUSTAN ROME
    Authors: Luigi Galasso
    Number of views: 410
  • 89-100
    THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SATIRICAL PERSONA IN JUVENAL’S SIXTH SATIRE
    Authors: Leni Ribeiro Leite; Iana Lima Cordeiro
    Number of views: 216
  • 101-112
    THE DESCRIPTION OF DEATH IN PLUTARCH’S LIVES: SOME EXAMPLES
    Authors: Joaquim Pinheiro
    Number of views: 207
  • 113-128
    César Nardelli Cambraia
    Authors: FROM JOHN CASSIAN’S ISAAC TO ISAAC OF NINEVEH: PROCESSES OF TEXTUAL INCORPORATION IN THE LATIN TRADITION
    Number of views: 286
  • 129-145
    JACOB BURCKHARDT AND HIS ATHENS OR HOW TO SHAPE AN AUTHORITARIAN DEMOCRATIC STATE
    Authors: Guilherme Moerbeck
    Number of views: 216

Number 31, n.1, 2018

  • 9-24
    DIFFERENCE AND REPETITION IN THE NOSTOS OF ODYSSEUS: EURYKLEIA’S SPEECH TO THE FOREIGN BEGGAR ( OD. 19.363-381)
    Authors: Rafael Guimarães Tavares da Silva
    Number of views: 218
  • 25-42
    INNOVATION AND TRADITION IN ODYSSEUS’ CRETAN LIES (BOOKS 13-19)
    Authors: Caterina Anush Stripeikis
    Number of views: 211
  • 43-59
    CONTEMPLATION AND WONDERMENT: LIMITS OF CAUSALITY IN PLATO; HAPPINESS AND PLEASURE IN ARISTOTLE, TRANSCENDENCE AND EMANATION IN PLOTINUS
    Authors: Jean Felipe de Assis
    Number of views: 197
  • 61-87
    THE ICONOGRAPHY OF DEATH: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN PROTHESIS RITUAL THROUGH ICONOGRAPHICAL TECHNIQUES, MOTIFS, AND GESTURES DEPICTED IN GREEK POTTERY
    Authors: Camila Diogo de Souza; Carolina Kesser Barcellos Dias
    Number of views: 217
  • 89-110
    METONYMY ACCORDING TO LATIN GRAMMARIANS AND RHETORICIANS
    Authors: Lya Serignolli
    Number of views: 219
  • 113-136
    THE GRAECO-ROMAN BILINGUALISM IN THE LATIN TRANSLATION OF THE ΛΟΓΟΣ ΤΕΛΕΙΟΣ: SOCIOLINGUISTIC APPROACHES IN THE ANALYSIS OF THE ASCLEPIUS LATINUS
    Authors: David Pessoa de Lira
    Number of views: 223
  • 179-197
    MARCELO MARQUES ON APPEARANCE AND CONTRADICTION IN PLATO’S REPUBLIC
    Authors: Carolina Araújo
    Number of views: 215
  • 215-228
    LIFE AS “STATE OF SOUL”, FRIENDSHIP OF VIRTUE
    Authors: Maria Dulce Reis
    Number of views: 192
  • 229-235
    AGAINST THE TWO WORLD THEORY IN PLOTINUS: AN INTERPRETATION FROM MARCELO MARQUES’ PLATO
    Authors: Bernardo Lins Brandão
    Number of views: 216


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