The Carving and the Space: Alcaeus's Oaths and Spatialization

Article 31: The Carving and the Space: Alcaeus's Oaths and Spatialization
By: Boterf, Nicholas
doi:  10.33909/cb/94.2018.03.31 
CLASSICAL BULLETIN Volume: 94   Issue: 3 Pages: 11-23 Published: OCT 2018

The Functional Semantics Of Mythological Characters In The Gene-Poetical System Of Folk Poem


By: Matana Abbasova, Mashallah
doi:  10.33909/cb/94.2018.03.37 
CLASSICAL BULLETIN Volume: 94   Issue: 3 Pages: 116-124 Published: OCT 2018

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Clifford Ando
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Emily Austin
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Alain Bresson 
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Jonathan M. Hall
Catherine Kearns
Michèle Lowrie 
David G. Martinez 
Richard T. Neer
Mark Payne
Sofía Torallas Tovar 
Peter White 
David Wray
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Malcolm Heath, University of Leeds
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Robert A. Kaster, Princeton University 
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