Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 2023/2-3

  • Patricia A. Johnston: “Returning Home in the Greek and Roman World” Symposium Classicum Peregrinum, June 10–12 and 16, 2022 Messina and Taormina (121)
  • Francisco Marco Simón: Heureux qui, comme Ulysse, a fait un bon voyage: Invoking the deities of the roads in the Latin west (125)
  • Benjamin Scolnic: The Failure of Poseidon, ‘Averter of Disaster’ and the Mythical Geography of Isaiah 23:1–14 (141)
  • Chiara Di Serio: Tales in Athenaeus of divine statues preventing or favoring journeys (153)
  • Annarita Martini Carbone: The journey of the initiate towards salvation and the trials of Mithras seen through the experience of Hercules and the protection of Mithras, Hercules, and Caelestis: labors and salvation (169)
  • Francesca Ceci, Aleksandra Krauze-Kołodziej: The journeys of Orpheus (183)
  • Attilio Mastrocinque: The face of Eurydice (203)
  • Giulia Pedrucci: Was Kore/Persephone’s journey to the afterworld as a path to infertility? (219)
  • Loredana Lancini, Francesca Diosono: Going through a lake of Darkness (233)
  • Henry John Walker: Spatial and spiritual exile in Vergil’s Aeneid (253)
  • Lorina Quartarone: Hell on earth: Penelope’s underworld journey and Nekyia (277)
  • Salvatore Costanza: The return of Jason and the recall of the exile Damophilus in Pindar’s Fourth Pythian Ode: Mythical tale and politics quarrels (301)
  • Gérard Freyburger: The impossible return home of Lucius in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses (329)
  • Nicolas L.J. Meunier: From withdrawal to return in the first decade of the Ab Vrbe condita: An example of Livian dialectic of contrasts (335)
  • Joshua Nudell: “Few of the many returned home” (349)
  • Daniel Sarefield: Impossible homecomings in the Scythian logos of Herodotus (361)
  • Elena Santagati: Peisistratus’ exiles and the strategic international network (373)
  • Luciano Traversa: Magistrates’ early returns to Rome ex provincia between the Middle Republic and the Gracchan age (385)
  • Gaius Stern: Regulus, Hannibal, and why Roman POWs can’t go home again (397)
  • Patrick Hunt: Hannibal’s hard ‘homecoming’ after 203 BCE (417)
  • Altay Coşkun: Imperial Homecoming(s) and the Ara Pacis Augustae in 13 BC (427)
  • Marie-Laure Freyburger-Galland: “Cassius Dio, A Bithynian ‘exiled’ to Rome?” (445)

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Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 2023/1

  • Loukas Papadimitropoulos: Sappho fr. 1: A Νew interpretation (1)
  • Elena Santagati: Un aspetto dell’intelligence nel mondo greco: la parola d’ordine (9)
  • Heiko Ullrich: Komödie und Pornographie Catulls Carm. 10 über die Gefahren erotischer Literatur (25)
  • Nikolaus Leo Overtoom: Alexander was great, but Rome is greater: Considering Livy’s depiction of Alexander (59)
  • Helen-Chouliara-Raios, Dimitra Makri, Ioannis Drakos: Λύχνος: Shedding light on daily life in Graeco-Roman and Byzantine Egypt (77)
  • Anna Lucia Furlan: L’allegoria svelata: elementi misteriosofici ed esegesi Porfiriana nell’Antro delle ninfe (103)

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Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 2022/4

  • Béla Adamik: Fifth International Workshop on Computational Latin Dialectology (July 7–8, 2022, Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics, Budapest, Hungary) (317)
  • Béla Adamik: The transformation of the vowel system in Gallic Latin as evidenced in inscriptions and the problem of dialectal positioning of Roman Gaul (321)
  • Serena Barchi: Some remarks on the Latin of the Didymoi ostraca (343)
  • Andrea Barta: Draco tauri pater. A new gold lamella from a private collection in Hungary (363)
  • Dóra Bohacsek: African Latin: The problem of labdacism (375)
  • Francesca Cotugno: Expressing pain from the Antiquities to the Middle Ages: Heu as a part of speech (389)
  • Dragana Kunčer: On semantic redundancy in the epigraphs of Moesia Superior (411)
  • Béla Szlovicsák: Preliminary examination of the Latin neuter on inscriptions (419)
  • Silvia Tantimonaco: Upsilon in the Latin inscriptions of Hispania (435)
  • Tünde Vágási: Did address influence whether gods answered prayers? Preliminary overview of Vulgar Latin names of deities in the Roman Empire (447)

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Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 2022/1-3

Byzanz und das Abendland VIII.,

Byzance et l’Occident VII.,

Studia Byzantino-Occidentalia

  • Peter Schreiner: Geleitwort (1)
  • László Horváth: Vorwort (5)
  • Gian Luca Borghese: Acquisire e amministrare oltreadriatico: l’Epiro e l’Albania angioini sotto Carlo I d’Angio (9)
  • Salvatore Costanza: Johannes Hunyad und Matthias Corvinus in Filelfos Episteln: Laus Hungariae und Türkenkrieg (25)
  • Nicolas Drocourt: La voix de l’Autre. Singularités et altérités vocales dans les contacts entre Byzantins et leurs voisins occidentaux (IXe-XIIe s.) (45)
  • Emese Egedi-Kovács: Cadeau de fiancailles byzantin d’une princesse normande? (cod. Iviron 463 [Lambros 4583]) (57)
  • Zoltán Farkas: Notes on a Techne: Psellus’ Poem 6 W (71)
  • Christine Ferlampin-Acher: Des portraits qui ont du style: Artus de Bretagne, un roman et sa continuation dans le manuscrit Paris, BnF fr. 761 (79)
  • Andrea Ghidoni: La Vierge en quete de Jésus pendant la Passion. Entrelacs médiévaux et folkloriques entre l’Italie et la Grece: rapprochements et questions ouvertes (105)
  • Benoit Grévin: Modéliser la prise de Constantinople (1204) (113)
  • László Horváth: Neuere Überlegungen zu Hypereides’ Rede gegen Demosthenes im Spiegel der Textkritik (131)
  • Erika Juhász: Ein Enkel des Fürsten Arpad, den es nicht gab (145)
  • Katalin L. Delbó: Das Florilegium Vindobonense: neue Handschrift, neue Fragen (167)
  • Romina Luzi: Les romans paléologues et les contes arabes (173)
  • Tamás Mészáros: Chalcocondyles Latinus (187)
  • Julie Minas: Mentions des zoophytes chez Platon, Aristote et certains commentateurs byzantins: l’occasion d’un discours sur l’homme (197)
  • Elena Nonveiller: Le culte de sainte Agathe entre Catane et Constantinople (209)
  • Annick Peters-Custot, Filippo Ronconi: La Vie de Sabas le Jeune et la Vie de Christophe et Macaire par Oreste de Jérusalem (221)
  • Nils Renard: Le projet d’édition des Géoponiques par Francois de Neufchateau: un traité agronomique byzantin dans la France impériale de 1807 (253)
  • Peter Schreiner: L’empereur d’orient et l’empereur d’occident a Buda (1424) (261)
  • Levente Seláf: Sicambreia et la Hongrie dans li Myreur des histors de Jean d’Outremeuse (269)
  • Renzo Tosi: Gli studi italiani lessicografia e la scuola tedesco-danese (279)
  • Ábel Török: Le role des Hongrois dans la cronique de Morée (285)
  • Vratislav Zervan: PLP Addenda: Die byzantinische Elite nach den Eroberungszügen des serbischen Herrschers Stefan Uros IV. Dusan in Makedonien (307)

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Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 2021/4

  • Patricia A. Johnston: Amor in Vergil: Good or Bad? (307)
  • Katarina Petrovicová: Puer renidens (Mart. Cap. 2.144). Revisited Topos of „Two Loves” and intertextuality (315)
  • Jelena Pilipovic: Quid sit Amor (331)
  • Chiara Di Serio: Iris, Zephyros and Eros: A genealogy of winged beings and winds (345)
  • Henry J. Walker: Eros the tyrant in ancient Greece (353)
  • Salvatore Costanza: Cupido ludens: Eros playing with astragals in Appolonius Rhodius 3. 112-155 (383)
  • Gaius Stern: Love and Politics 13-9 BC: The Loves of Tiberius and of Drusus and their wives on the Ara Pacis Augustae (395)

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Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 2021/3

  • Attila Simon: Mensch und Tier, Sprache und Politik bei Aristoteles (203)
  • Imre Áron Illés: Some notes on the interpretation of chapter 11 of the lex Troesmensium and chapter G (45) of the lex Irnitana (219)
  • Lee Fratantuono: Camilla’s myrtle and Roman Ovations (231)
  • István Czeti: The structure of the narrative in the story of Baucis and Philemon (243)
  • Peter Fraňo: Fulgentius and the allegorical interpretation of the first line of Virgil’s Aeneid (269)
  • Jason Linn: Attila’s Invasion of Gaul in 451 and Re-horsing the Huns (277)
  • Bálint Kerényi: Huns and Bulgars (295)

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Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 2021/2

  • Szilvia Nemes: Kreditkauf and Lieferungskauf as economical phenomena in the practice of the agoranomoi. Reconsideration of the contract under BGU I 174 and 189 (97)
  • Lucyna Kostuch: War among animals in Greek thought (125)
  • Włodzimierz Olszaniec: Ciris 58 (143)
  • Boris Hogenmüller: Im Wald des Hippolytus • Zur Intertextualität von Plin. ep. 1. 6 und Sen. Phaedr. 1–83; 483–504 (147)
  • Katalin Csízy: Fragment of Simonides (5,2 Bergk) in Julian the Apostate’s Caesares (155)
  • Balázs Gaál: Antonio Cassarino’s Latin translation of Plutarch’s Bruta animalia ratione uti (163)
  • Csaba Szabó, Gustavo Alberto Vivas García: Géza Alföldy and the study of Roman religion (189)

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Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 2021/1

  • Linda Molli: Just a pale shadow? The characterization of Briseis in Homer’s Iliad (1)
  • Daniela Immacolata Cagnazzo: The cold case of Aitnaiai‘s stagecraft (11)
  • Maria Vittoria Curtolo: Notes on the papyri of Plato and the constitution of the text (21)
  • Marta Fogagnolo: Megaclides of Athens and the Homeric Exegesis between Aristotle and Aristarchus (33)
  • Enno Friedrich: The potet, the saint and the imitation of Christ in Venantius Fortunatus’ carmen 5.6* (43)
  • Oriol Febrer: Florence as the New Jerusalem in Ugolino Verino’s Carlias (53)
  • Sára Sánta: Fatum necessitatis lex. The tomb of Ovid in the Hungarian historiography (16–18th century) (63)
  • Magda Králová: Classical or Old Norse myth? German and Danish approaches to the use of myth in the modern literature at the turn of the 19th century (75)
  • Thomas Sojer: Eric Voegelin’s and Simone Weil’s return to Ancient Greece (87)

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