Gaius Pliny sends greetings to his friend Septicius Clarus...' In these letters to his friends and relations, Pliny provides a fascinating insight into Roman life in the period 97 to 112 AD. Part aut ... 続きを読む
What did it mean - in terms of social, cultural, and literary negotiations - to publish one's own work in Rome at the end of the first century CE? What kinds of traces has the author's work as editor ... 続きを読む
How I wish that you had invited me to that most attractive feast on the Ides of March!'
Cicero lived through some of the most turbulent years in the history of Rome, and witnessed at first-hand th ... 続きを読む
This volume brings together some of the best and most influential work to be published on the Epistles of Pliny the Younger in recent decades. Covering historical, (auto)biographical, and literary asp ... 続きを読む