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  • Midwives of Eileithyia Tracing a female healing tradition in prehistoric Crete 

    ZIMMERMANN KUONI, BARBARA SIMONE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of Classics, 2019)
    The health issues associated with birthing notoriously large and helpless infants have sweeping but barely acknowledged implications in the shaping of early medical systems. Treading uncharted territory, this thesis theorizes ...
  • Hyperboreans : Myth and history in Celtic-Hellenic contacts 

    Bridgman, Timothy P. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Classics, 2001)
    In the course of Greek literary history, six authors wrote texts which identify the Hyperboreans, a totally m ythical people who worshipped Apollo, with Celts, a real northern neighbour of the Greeks, or the Hyperboreans ...
  • The collected fragments of Syrianus the Platonist on Plato's Parmenides and Timaeus 

    Wear, Sarah Kiltenic (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Classics, 2005)
    This work is a collection of the fragments of Syrianus the Platonist, head of the Athenian school of Platonism from 432-437, on Plato's Timaeus and Parmenides. It includes a collection, translation, and commentary of a ...
  • Fires in Rome: The ancient city as a fire regime 

    DESMOND, MARGARET MARY (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of Classics, 2019)
    This thesis has undertaken two main complementary lines of research: firstly, it has looked afresh at the evidence for urban fires in Rome as presented by the written sources and, secondly, it has reimagined the city as ...
  • Expressions of victory, Hellenism and power : the development of Campus Martius from the foundation of Rome to the end of the Republic 

    Hargis, Siobhán (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Classics, 2009)
    The Campus Martius, Rome, was a flood plain to the north of the city of ancient Rome that was characterised by its extra-pomerial location and its overtly level, spacious, nature. The way in which the Campus Martius ...

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