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Gana dinero con nosotros. Chapter three is devoted to other scholarly works, such as various ancient grammatical treatises and lexica.
This is a truly magnificent hisroria of scholarship, a study of the ancient scholiasts, grammarians, and commentators whose works survive both separately and in the margins of our manuscripts. But beginners in classics, who have their hands full learning Latin and Greek and some Ancient History, will not have an urgent need for this book yet.
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Kindle Direct Publishing Publica tu libro en papel y digital de manera independiente. Upper level college students and 1st and 2nd year graduate students will cherish this book. Maybe, but it’s still made difficult by certain conventions with which the student will most likely not be familiar.
Whether you are a student of classical literature, ancient history, classical archaeology, ancient philosophy, or linguistics, if you are a person who would study antiquity professionally then claxica book will be incredibly helpful to you.
The book is interesting, written by a sound scholar, but the title is quite misleading: If you have even the slightest interest in knowing what the ancients said about their own authors, you need this book. Trouble is, it is really incredibly difficult even to find out what exists. The second chapter surveys the available scholia i. No similar book exists, probably because anyone who attempted it would be advised that it was impossible. Being truly one of a kind, AGS provides a much needed aid to aspiring classicists.
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Amazon Music Transmite millones de canciones. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. AGS is not a history or survey of Ancient Greek scholarship.
Thus, although it is very much written for beginners, it is not a book primarily for the beginner: It is written in a clear filoloiga accessible manner for someone who is not yet acquainted with the resources introduced in the book, and it does not assume any philological training on part of the reader, and in that sense it is aimed at beginners. From Byzantium to Italy: But a student who has mastered Ancient Greek ought to be able to read the comments of later commentators, right?
This chapter is invaluable because nowhere else can one find hisstoria an introduction. Dickey explains why some scholia are important while others are hard to use and diligently points out good editions of the texts. A glossary of grammatical terms in chapter 6 is very hiwtoria too, as well as the two appendices on how to find works on ancient scholarship in library catalogues and how to use facsimiles, the annotated bibliography and the three indices at the end of the book.
Historia de La Filologia Clasica 1 (English, Spanish, Paperback)
Yet it was always a desideratum, since most students doing research will end up looking at scholia, without always knowing what they have before them. For a complete review of this book, see http: Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo el mundo. Here readers will find a detailed, step-by-step introduction to the language, a glossary of over grammatical terms, and a set of more than passages for translation, each accompanied by commentary. No activado Word Wise: Mostrando de 2 opiniones.
The rest of us Half the passages are accompanied by a key, so that the book is equally suitable for those studying on their own and for classes with graded homework. Chapter 4 contains an introduction to the actual language and conventions of scholarly Greek. Yet it was always a desideratum, since most students doing research will end up looking at scholia, withoutalways knowing what they have before them.
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It is a necessity. Be aware that the reviewer at that site is riding his own hobbyhorse towards the end of the review, but he is still fair clazica Prof. Highly recommended for graduate students in Classics and for more advanced scholars like me who are not familiar with this area of study.
Eleanor Dickey has written a detailed survey of all the materials that exist, for all the authors that have them, with all the info necessary to locate copies of the things. I would certainly be happy to use it in a seminar and recommend it to others, and not only because it has no competition.
In the ancient world, commentators wrote notes about the Greek classics, and these notes have often survived. Dickey provides succinct accounts of the scholia, commentaries, and lexia that survive for individual authors from Homer through the Second Sophistic; she follows this with a similar survey on general grammatical treatises, lexica, and other scholarly works. Critics, Compilers, and Commentators: Among those works that do survive, surprisingly few of them have been translated into English; some of these were translated into German in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, like Hipparchus’s Commentary on Aratus.
Amazon Media EU S. I’d like to find a work like this one restricted to ancient scientific writings, especially mathematical geography, astronomy, and mathematics.