Reading history in the Roman Empire / edited by Mario Baumann, Vasileios Liotsakis.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Berlin ; Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, [2022]
  • ©2022
Description
x, 266 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents
  • Sallust, the lector eruditus and the purposes of history / Edwin Shaw
  • The audience of Latin historical works in the first century BCE in light of geographical descriptions / Marine Miquel
  • Livy, the reader involved, and the audience of Roman historiography / Dennis Pausch
  • From ἐξήγησις to μίμησις : Thucydides' readership in the ὑπομνήματα from the Roman period / Aurélien Pulice
  • Historiography in the margins and the reader as a touchstone / Pauline Duchêne
  • A history in letters? The intersection of epistolarity and historiography in Pliny / Ari Zatlin
  • Readership and reading practices of ancient history in the early Roman Empire : Tacitus' Accessions of Tiberius and Nero as a case study in affective historiography / George Baroud
  • Reading spaces, observing spectators in Tacitus' Histories / Christoph G. Leidl
  • How to satisfy everyone : diverse readerly expectations and multiple authorial Personae in Arrian's Anabasis / Vasileios Liotsakis
  • Multiple authors and puzzled readers in the Historia Augusta / Adam M. Kemezis.
ISBN
  • 9783110763782 ((hardcover))
  • 3110763788 ((hardcover))
OCLC
1295111244
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