Rachel Rising 2

Author: Terry Moore
Editor: BAO Publishing
ISBN: 8865434309
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Rachel e Jet non resteranno morte a lungo. Le due amiche non se lo spiegano, ma è possibile che sia per colpa di una serial killer di dieci anni e di una strega che intende vendicarsi dell'intera popolazione di Manson, una città dal passato decisamente inquietante. Applaudito dalla critica, Rachel Rising, il nuovo serial di Terry ("Strangers in Paradise") Moore continua in questo secondo, attesissimo volume.

Nuovo Dizzionario Istorico Composto Da Una Societ Di Litterati In Francia Accresciuto Sulla Settima Edizione Francese Del 1789 Tradotto In Italiano Sotto La Direzione Del P F Carara Colla Collaborazione Del P M Boni E Di J B Verci Ed Arricchito Di Molti Articoli

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Dizionario Della Lingua Italiana

Author: Niccolò Tommaseo
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Dizionario Della Lingua Italiana Nuovamente Compilato Dai Signori Nicol Tommaseo E Cav Professore Bernardo Bellini Con Oltre 100000 Giunte Ai Precedenti Dizionarii Raccolte Da Nicol Tommaseo Gius Campi Gius Meini Pietro Fanfani E Da Molti Altri Distinti Filologi E Scienziati Corredato Di Un Discorso Preliminare Dello Stesso Nicol Tommaseo

Author: Niccolò Tommaseo
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Rime Lugubri

Author: Giambattista Marino
Editor: F.C. Panini
ISBN: 9788882901158
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Gramophone Classical Catalogue

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Orphicorum Et Orphicis Similium Testimonia Et Fragmenta

Author: Alberto Bernabé
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110918919
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Symeonis Magistri Et Logothetae Chronicon

Author: Bengt Martin Staffan Wahlgren
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110202824
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This is the first volume of a two-volume edition of the Chronicle by Symeon Logothetes (10th cent.), one of the main sources for Middle Byzantine history. The text is presented here in a critical edition for the first time. All the manuscripts are described, and the relationships between them re-defined. Navigation through the volume is facilitated by comprehensive indexes.

De Hysmines Et Hysminiae Amoribus Libri Xi

Author: Eustathius (Macrembolites)
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783598712326
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Eustathius Macrembolites, who lived during the second half of the twelfth century, was the author of the romantic novel De Hysmines et Hysminiae amoribus. The work, encompassing eleven books, represents a twelfth-century attempt to revive the romantic novel of ancient Greece. This is the first critical edition of this novel, previously only found in R. Hercher, Scriptores erotici Graeci II, Teubner, 1859.

The Death Of The Maiden In Classical Athens

Author: Katia Margariti
Editor: Archaeopress Archaeology
ISBN: 9781784915469
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The present study examines the death of maidens in classical Athens, combining the study of Attic funerary iconography with research on classical Attic maiden burials, funerary inscriptions, tragic plays, as well as the relevant Attic myths. The iconography of funerary reliefs focuses on the idealized image of the deceased maiden, as well as the powerful bonds of love and kinship that unite her with the members of her family, whereas the iconography of vases emphasizes the premature death of the maiden, the pain of loss and mourning felt by her family, as well as the observance of the indispensable funerary rites concerning her burial and 'tomb cult'. Particularly interesting is the fact that the 'traditional' theory according to which the loutrophoros marked the graves of the unmarried dead alone has been proven non valid. The study of classical Attic maiden burials indicates that the prematurely dead maidens were buried as children who didn't live long enough to reach adulthood. The untimely death of maidens in Attic drama and mythology is beneficial to the family or the city. In great contrast to that, the premature death of real - life Athenian maidens was a terrible disaster for the girls' families, as well as the polis itself. Despite this, the iconography of dead maidens in classical Athens is in accordance with the 'image' of the deceased maidens presented by funerary epigrams, tragedy, and mythology. It has to be noted though, that the same is not true in the case of maiden burials. This Access Archaeology publication presents a special edition of Katia Margariti's doctoral thesis entitled The Death of the Maiden in Classical Athens. The original thesis was submitted to the Department of History, Archaeology, and Social Anthropology (IAKA) of the University of Thessaly in Volos in 2010. Here the original thesis is augmented by an extensive 63 page summary in English accompanied by the original Greek text, catalogue and illustrations. The thesis contains much valuable analysis and catalogue material and this publication has been produced in order that the work should not be overlooked merely for reasons of language.