Recent Submissions

  • Iambos Polytropos: A comparison of the language of Callimachus' Iambi, Archilocus, and Hipponax 

    FELISARI, CLARA (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of Classics, 2017)
    My work analyses the language of Callimachus? Iambi in relation to the languages of the iambographers who precede him, notably Archilochus, and Hipponax. These three iambographers allow significant scope for intertextual ...
  • 'Goddesses with Upraised Arms' in Crete and Cyprus : a comparative study 

    Zeman-Wiśniewska, Katarzyna (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Classics, 2013)
    The primary purpose of this study is to establish whether Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Cretan and Cypriot ‘Goddesses with Upraised Arms’ figures and figurines form one group or two separate assemblages. Of special ...
  • Simplicitas and the Hymni Ambrosiani 

    Tracy, Emmett Patrick (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Classics, 2013)
    The overall aim of this thesis is to address the notion that the earliest and most influential of Christian poems, the Hymni Ambrosiani, were formally and linguistically simple. The general position that these highly ...
  • Pregnant words : a study of the trial scene of Aischylos's Eumenides 

    McGrath, Mairéad (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Classics, 2013)
    This dissertation examines Apollo’s λóγoς against maternity in the Eumenides of Aischylos (657-666). The central scene of the Eumenides, the final play of the trilogy Oresteia (staged in 458 BC and also comprising the ...
  • Petrarch's Aeneid : critical assessments of Virgil in the Africa 

    McGee, Kevin A. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Classics, 2013)
    Petrarch’s Africa is often read as an attempt to recreate the style and manner of Virgil’s Aeneid. Because of Petrarch’s frequent expressions of praise for Virgil, his epic is considered as a kind of homage to an admired ...

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