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On god and man : the theological poetry of St Gregory of Nazianus
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ISBN: 0881412201 Year: 2001 Publisher: Crestwood (N.Y.) : St. Vladimir's seminary press,

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Συνεσίου ὑπὲρ τοῦ δώρου, πρὸς Παιόνιον. Ὁμιλία δευτέρα. Κατάστασις. Ἑτέρα κατάστασις. Ὕμνοι ἔμμετροι = Synesii De dono, ad Pæonium. Concio secunda. Constitutio. Constitutio altera. Hymni carmine
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Year: 1567 Publisher: Basileae : per Ioannem Oporinum,

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Ad Olimpiade : carm. II,2,6
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ISBN: 8877418370 Year: 1996 Volume: 2 Publisher: Pisa : ETS,

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Synesiou huper tou dōrou, prōs Paionion. Homilia deutera. Katastasis. Hetera katastasis. Hymnoi emmetroi
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Year: 1567 Publisher: Basileae : per Ioannem Oporinum,

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In her own words : the life and poetry of Aelia Eudocia
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ISBN: 9780674987371 0674987373 Year: 2019 Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Center for Hellenic Studies, Trustees for Harvard University,

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"In Her Own Words: The Life and Poetry of Aelia Eudocia is the first full-length study to examine Eudocia's writings as a unified whole and to situate them within their wider fifth-century literary, social, and religious contexts. Responsible for over 3,000 lines of extant poetry, Eudocia is one of the best-preserved ancient female poets. Because she wrote in a literary mode frequently suppressed by proto-orthodox (male) leaders, much of her poetry does not survive, and what does survive remains understudied and underappreciated. This book represents a detailed investigation into Eudocia's works: her epigraphic poem in honor of the therapeutic bath at Hammat Gader, her Homeric cento--a poetic paraphrase of the Bible using lines from Homer--and her epic on the fictional magician-turned-Christian, Cyprian of Antioch. Reading her poetry as a whole and in context, Eudocia emerges as an exceptional author representing three unique late-antique communities: poets interested in preserving and transforming classical literature; Christians whose religious views positioned them outside and against traditional power structures; and women who challenged social, religious, and literary boundaries"--


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Three Poems : Concerning His Own Affairs, Concerning Himself and the Bishops, and Concerning His Own Life (The Fathers of the Church, Volume 75)
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ISBN: 0813211751 Year: 2001 Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press,

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Sulla virtu : carme giambico (I,2,10).
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ISBN: 8877418184 Year: 1995 Volume: 1 Publisher: Pisa ETS,

Papyri Bodmer. 30-37 : Codex des visions, poemes divers
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ISBN: 3598225547 Year: 1999 Publisher: München Saur,


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Theodori Metochitae Carmina
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ISBN: 9782503564562 2503564569 Year: 2015 Volume: 83 Publisher: Turnhout Brepols

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The twenty Poems of Theodore Metochites (ca. 1270-1332) constitute a unique corpus of approximately 10.000 verses composed in the traditional Homeric hexameter. Metochites did not use the most common iambic verse, but chose to commemorate his deeds and immortalize his thoughts and experiences in the heroic Homeric verse. At the same time he took advantage of the poetic works of Gregory of Nazianzus, who exercised a considerable influence upon his language and his general attitude towards his fellow men and his social environment. The poems of Metochites, both in their entirety and each one of them separately, are a curious mixture of various genres (autobiography, ekphrasis, letter, hagiographical praise), which testify to their author's wide range of interests and his bold attempt to renovate the traditional patterns of Byzantine poetry. Some poems are addressed to his friends (e.g. Nikephoros Kallistos Xanthopoulos or Leo Vardales), but most of them are addressed to the author himself. Metochites was quite pessimistic about the situation of the state and of his own affairs, and gave expression to his inner feelings of frustration and sadness in a rather unrestrained manner. Most of these poems had been published in the past, but their editions are either difficult to obtain or inadequate. In the introduction the editor sketches a balanced portrait of Metochites as a poet, underlining both his merits and his limitations.


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Homerocentones
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ISBN: 9782503406213 2503406211 Year: 2007 Volume: 62 Publisher: Turnhout Leuven Brepols University Press

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