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Myrthe L. Bartels

“theological-political problem” (p. 5): the dispute between philosophy or rationality and divine revelation, both of which claim to offer the final answer to what is right and good. The Laws stages a reconciliation between the two, in showing how a political philosopher can “provide divine law with a

Damien Nelis

the rebellion of the army on the accession of Tiberius. The basic point made here is that a display of regret plays a vital part in narratives of post-mutiny reconciliation. LF rightly points out an important aspect that comes to light as we move from Republic to Empire, and that is the growing

Christy Constantakopoulou

tribute lists. Kallet traces the different approaches adopted to reconcile what was considered a problem: © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/156852511X548342 De novis libris iudicia / C. Constantakopoulou / Mnemosyne 64 (2011) 706-709 707 i.e. the reconciliation of the ‘harsh’ language

Paraskevi Martzavou

pattern, around the core idea of the re-birth of time, which could be seen as a reconciliation between reality and desire projected in dream. Joanna Atkins focuses on lexicological nuances in the Metamorphoses and notably on the polysemy of the words describing females; the anthropological concept of

D.C.A. Shotter

?') . It is true that in chapter 5, where the death of Augustus and Tiberius' accession are narrated, there is an uncomfortable feeling of intrigue. This is because of the popular rumour concerning Augustus' supposed reconciliation with Agrippa Postumus. The rumour is a natural sequel to chapter 4, where

Robert Owen Edbrooke

, n. 45, which has displicuisse for placuisse. 11) Seyfarth, op. cit., I, 297, n. 126. 417 low-born officials in high offices in the Empire 12). In spite of some attempts at reconciliation with the western aristocracy, the outcome of the 357 visit to Rome was a continuation of Constantius' primary

Jenny Strauss Clay

great quarrel” ( Th . 87) Nestor’s appeal fails, as indeed does his second try at reconciliation with the Embassy of Book 9. This µέγα νεῖκος is beyond healing; that is the nature of tragic conflict. Here in Book One, Agamemnon immediately admits that Nestor has spoken kata moiran , but the king

Late Republic (Historia Einzelschriften, 213). Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag. 225 pp. Pr. €56.00 (hb). ISBN 9783515096430 Robertson, N. 2010. Religion and Reconciliation in Greek Cities. The Sacred Laws of Selinus and Cyrene (American Classical Studies, 54). Oxford, Oxford Uni- versity Press. xii


plot to entice Thyestes into the palace on the pretext of a feigned reconciliation is fully developed. The only issue on which Atreus wavers is whether or not to make his sons privy to the plot; after much hesitation, he decides not to. The servant is sworn to secrecy. There then follows a chorus in

J. Gonda

.. 693) may be compared; inscr. Chios 5653 A 12 'rL<; <Lv« 7tOL?GEL ".... in order to do wrong to the state"; cf. Ath. Veda 1, 29, 4 sa?atnebhyah paräbhúve, "in order to ensure destruction for my enemies"; inscr. Lesbos 214, 40 the reconciliation may be effected G(ù'r1)pL/XL x«1 Eù8/XL¡.L[ OVL/XL] of the