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Welcome to the online edition of the Pomoerium. Volume 3 is now available. Articles are available in PDF files.

 

Contents - vol. 3/1998

Luis Molina (New York)

Solon and the Evolution of the Athenian Agrarian Economy

5

Alex Gottesman

Solon's Fox: Poetry and Revolution in Archaic Athens

19

Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox
(Medford, MA/Perseus Project)

Offering Advice: Textual Gifts and Guest-friendship in Isocrates

27

Dariusz Slapek (Lublin)

Bustuarius gladiator - ein Mythos des ersten Gladiators?

37

Claudia T. Mársico (Buenos Aires)

Poesía y Origen del discurso filosófico en la República de Pláton

51

Ryszard Pankiewicz (Bochum)

Der Hl. Cyprian als Finanz- und Vermögensverwalter. 
Anmerkungen zu Geldangelegenheiten der Afrikanischen Kirche um die Mitte des 3. Jhs. n.Chr.

61

Wojciech Slomski (Varsavia)

L'ecclesiologia eucaristica di Nicolo Afanasjew

73

Yoana Sirakova (Sofia)

Author, Audience and Literary Purpose in Translating Ancient Texts

79

Luigi Pedroni (Napoli)

L'Eredità di Tolemeo e le Monete di Silla

87

 

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The project Pomoerium will focus on the achievements of classics-related sciences, and examine socio-economic and religious transformations, not as a stream of disjointed events, but as an intelligible and determinate process, whether involving a shorter or a longer time span.
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