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Studies in magic from Latin literature

Eugene Tavenner

Studies in magic from Latin literature

by Eugene Tavenner

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Published by AMS Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magic,
  • Latin literature -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Eugene Tavenner.
    SeriesColumbia University studies in classical philology
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 155 p.
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16583295M

      Lye is a philologist, so she studies ancient Greek and Roman language and literature for her research. But in her newest project, as in her class, her scope has expanded beyond literature and linguistics to include comparing ancient stories with real archaeological artifacts. studies, R. MacMullen has surveyed the range of activity of women in the public life of the cities of the Empire, while Riet Van Breman has argued that personal wealth and the willingness to use it in a traditionally masculine way allowed women to gain positions of eminence in the communities of the Greek speaking east (2). These studies, and.

      Lately I have been feeding my identity as a Latino writer by way of absorbing as much Latin American literature as possible. It has been a daunting but rewarding task. In my quest, I have read books of fiction by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, such as the renowned Years of . The Classical Association of New Jersey. The Tennessee Classical Association. The Ontario Classical Association. National Committee for Latin and Greek. Classical Journals. Ancient History Bulletin. Bryn Mawr Classical Review. Classics Ireland. Electronic Antiquity. Internet Archaeology. Retiarius: Commentarii Periodici Latini.

    The Classics Department at Yale has been a leading center for teaching and research into the cultures and societies of the ancient Mediterranean World for over a hundred years. In addition to the study of the ancient Mediterranean in all its aspects, we also study the complex afterlives of the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome and the ways in. She is affiliated with the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program and the Latino Studies Program. Her book Racial Experiments in Cuban Literature and Ethnography (University Press of Florida, ) explores how Cuban writers in the first half of the twentieth century forged a literary space in which to write the nation by drawing from two.


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Although references to magic are found in almost every Latin author, there is not available in English any general treatment of the subject of Magic in Latin Literature. We have, it is true, excellent chapters by Fowler, Dill, Cumont, and others, touching upon Roman magic; but these scholars treat the subject rather because of its important.

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The Meaning ofMa-yos, Mayela, magus, and magicus Neither n&yos nornayeia is found inHomer,1 though refer ences to magic arenumerous.2 Apparently the firstreference in Greek literature to the n&yoi 3 occurs in Herodotus, who. Studies in Magic From Latin Literature.

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