Eos 100, 2013, fasc. 1

Ukazał się pierwszy zeszyt 100 rocznika (2013) czasopisma Eos

CONSPECTUS MATERIAE

 COMMENTATIONES

GERSON SCHADE, Sicily’s Place in Greek Poetry, p. 13–37.

MATEUSZ STRÓŻYŃSKI, Dependence and Control: Conflicted Images of the Self in Euripides’ Medea, p. 39–78.

EWA OSEK, Soul-Food of Plato’s Phaedrus in the Later Platonist Tradition, p. 79–116.

PRZEMYSŁAW SZCZUREK, Cathaeans, the Land of Sopeithes and a Certain ??? in Strabo’s Geography, p. 117–138.

ROBERT SUSKI, The Titles “Dacicus Maximus” and “Carpicus Maximus” in the Imperial Propaganda of the Third and the First Half of the Fourth Century, p. 139–159.

MISCELLANEA

 RAFAŁ ROSÓŁ, Zur Frage der Etymologie von kymbe, p. 161–165.

KAROL KŁODZIŃSKI, An Outline of the Origins of Modern Research on Imperial Court Offices in the Principate, p. 167–182.

 CENSURAE LIBRORUM

Carmelo Salemme, Le possibilita del reale. Lucrezio, De rerum natura 6, 96–534, Napoli 2009; Carmelo Salemme, Lucrezio e la formazione del mondo. De rerum natura 5, 416–508, Napoli 2010 (MARCUS DEUFERT), p. 183–188.

Frieda Klotz, Katerina Oikonomopoulou (eds.), The Philosopher’s Banquet. Plutarch’s “Table Talk” in the Intellectual Culture of the Roman Empire, Oxford 2011 (KRYSTYNA BARTOL) , p. 189–193.

Carlos F. Norena, Imperial Ideals in the Roman West. Representation, Circulation, Power, Cambridge 2011 (LECHOSŁAW OLSZEWSKI) , p. 194–196.

Steven E. Sidebotham, Berenike and the Ancient Maritime Spice Route, Berkeley–Los Angeles 2011 (MACIEJ PAPROCKI) , p. 197–199.

J.H.W.G. Liebeschuetz, Ambrose and John Chrysostom: Clerics between Desert and Empire (PRZEMYSŁAW NEHRING) , p. 200–203.

Terentius Tunberg, De rationibus quibus homines docti artem Latine colloquendi et ex tempore dicendi saeculis XVI et XVII coluerunt, Leuven 2012 (MIKOŁAJ SZYMAŃSKI) , p. 204–206.