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Green Translates Sidonius’ Poetry

August 2, 2022

Out now the first complete translation into English of Sidonius’ poetry after Anderson’s, almost a century ago: Roger Green, Sidonius Apollinaris. Complete Poems, translated with… Read more

Mascoli on Letters of Recommendation

August 1, 2022

Patrizia Mascoli writes on ‘Le lettere commendaticiae in Sidonio Apollinare tra vita quotidiana e impegni istituzionali’ in Classica et Christiana 17 (2022) 555-67. This issue… Read more

Avitacum Near Gergovia?

July 31, 2022

Graham Robb, in his travel account France: An Adventure History, London: Picador, 2022, revives the ancient theory of the Lake of Sarliève (south-east of Clermont,… Read more

Furbetta on Letter Epigrams

July 13, 2022

Luciana Furbetta contributed ‘L’usage des procédés rhétoriques et leur fonction communicative dans l’épigramme latine: l’“épigramme lettre” comme cas d’étude’ to Florence Garambois-Vasquez and Daniel Vallat… Read more

Vessey Reviews the Companion

June 28, 2022

In Early Medieval Europe first view, there is a review of the Companion by Mark Vessey: – impeccably edited – a work of reference which… Read more

Fernández López Translates Pervigilium

June 20, 2022

Conchita Fernández López has published a new translation into Galician and Castilian, with Latin text, of the Pervigilium Veneris. She opts for a date of… Read more

Giannotti’s Scrinia Arverna Reviewed

June 20, 2022

Joop van Waarden has reviewed Filomena Giannotti’s Scrinia Arverna in CR First View 2022. Read more

The Limits of Prose Intertextuality

June 10, 2022

As part of the Celtic Conference (Lyon, 18-21 July), a panel, organised by Scott DiGiulio and Dominic Machado, will convene on “Poeticis magis decora? Latin… Read more

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