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2013
 

Angelo Casanova (ed.)

Figure d'Atene nelle opere di Plutarco

Firenze University Press 2013 (p. 318)

Printed copy: 29.90 €

 

Custódio Magueijo

Luciano de Samósata V . Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 235)

Printed copy: 14 €

 

Custódio Magueijo

Luciano de Samósata IV . Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 221)

Printed copy: 14 €

 

João Corrêa-Cardoso & Maria do Céu Fialho (coords.)

Romanística. UM

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 117)

Printed copy: 19 €

 

Italo Pantani, Margarida Miranda & Henrique Manso (coords.)

Aires Barbosa na Cosmópolis Renascentista

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade, Sapienza - Università di Roma, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 162)

Printed copy: 22 €

 

Delfim Leão, Gabriele Cornelli & Miriam C. Peixoto (coords.)

Dos homens e suas ideias: estudos sobre as Vidas de Diógenes Laércio

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 280)

Printed copy: 25 €

 

Hendrik Obsieger

Plutarch: De E apud Delphos - Über das Epsilon am Apolltempel in Delphi
Einführung, Ausgabe und Kommentar
Palingenesia Vol. 101

Franz Steiner Verlag 2013 (p. 417)

Printed copy: 76 € [hard cover]

 

Joaquim J. S. Pinheiro

Tempo e espaço da paideia nas Vidas de Plutarco

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 458)

Printed copy: 28 €

 

Américo da Costa Ramalho

Para a história do Humanismo em Portugal. Vol. V

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra/Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 341)

Printed copy: 21 €

 

Reina Marisol Pereira

Hiérocles e Filágrio. Philogelos (O Gracejador) . Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra/Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 98)

Printed copy: 7 €

 

J. A. Segurado e Campos

Iseu. Discursos. VI. A herança de Filoctémon . Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra/Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 160)

Printed copy: 10 €

 

Nelson Henrique Ferreira

Aesopica: a fábula esópica e a tradição fabular grega. Estudo, tradução do grego e notas

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra/Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 284)

Printed copy: 14 €

 

Francisco de Oliveira (coord.)

Europatria

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 538)

Printed copy: 20 €

 

Rui Morais, Miguel Bandeira & Eliana Manuel Pinho

Itineraria Sacra. Bracara Augusta fidelis et antica

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 132)

Printed copy: 20 €

 

Francisco de Oliveira, José Luís Brandão, Vasco Gil Mantas & Rosa Sanz Serrano (coords.)

A queda de Roma e o alvorecer da Europa

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 252)

Printed copy: 29 € [hard cover]

 

António Andrade, João Torrão, Jorge Costa & Júlio Costa (coords.)

Humanismo, diáspora e ciência (séculos XVI e XVII): estudos, catálogo, exposição

Porto e Aveiro, Câmara Municipal do Porto/Universidade de Aveiro 2013 (p. 483)

Printed copy: 30 €

 

Luísa de Nazaré Ferreira

Mobilidade poética na Grécia antiga: uma leitura da obra de Simónides

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 472)

Printed copy:  35 € [hard cover]

 

José Ribeiro Ferreira

Rumor de Mar. Temas da poesia de Sophia

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 168)

Printed copy: 13 €

 

Fábio Cerqueira, Ana Teresa Gonçalves, Edalaura Medeiros & José Luís Brandão

Saberes e poderes no mundo antigo. Vol. I Dos saberes

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 282)

Printed copy: 29 €

 

Fábio Cerqueira, Ana Teresa Gonçalves, Edalaura Medeiros & Delfim Leão

Saberes e poderes no mundo antigo. Vol. II Dos poderes

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2013 (p. 336)

Printed copy: 29 €

 

G. Bastianini, W. Lapini e M. Tulli (eds.)

Harmonia. Scritti di filologia classica in onore di Angeloa Casanova

Firenze University Press 2012 (p. 904)

Printed copy: 39.90€ [hard cover]

 

Walter de Medeiros

O canto das fontes - Hélade e Roma. Luzes e afetos de uma vida. Vol. I

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH, 2012 (p. 165)

Printed copy: 20 € [hard cover]

 

Walter de Medeiros

O canto das fontes - Hélade e Roma. Luzes e afetos de uma vida. Vol. II

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH, 2012 (p. 164)

Printed copy: 20 € [hard cover]

 

Maria de Fátima Silva & Tereza Virgínia Ribeiro Barbosa (coords.)

Ensaios sobre Mário de Carvalho

Coimbra, Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Classica Digitalia (p. 303)

Printed copy: 16 €

 

Aurora López, Andrés Pociña & Maria de Fátima Silva

De ayer a hoy: influencias clásicas en la literature

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH, 2012 (p. 594)

Printed copy: 35 € [hard cover]

 
 
 
2012
 

Carlos de Jesus & J. M. Vieira Duque

Vasos gregos e pintura de tema clássico no Museu da Fundação Dionísio Pinheiro e Alice Cardoso Pinheiro

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/IUC 2012 (p. 83)

Printed copy: 18 €

 

Custódio Magueijo

Luciano de Samósata I. Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

Coimbra, CECH 2012 (p. 358)

Printed copy: 21 €

 

Custódio Magueijo

Luciano de Samósata II. Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

Coimbra, CECH 2012 (p. 288)

Printed copy: 18 €

 

Custódio Magueijo

Luciano de Samósata III. Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

Coimbra, CECH 2012 (p. 220)

Printed copy: 15 €

 

Cristina Pimentel, José Luís Brandão & Paolo Fedeli (coords.)

O poeta e a cidade no mundo romano

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH/CEC 2012 (p. 240)

Printed copy:  24 € [hard cover]

 

Jan Opsomer & Carlos Steel

Proclus. Ten problems concerning providence

Ancient Commentators on Aristotle 2012 [p. 50-59 on De sera numinis vindicta]

 

José Augusto Ramos & Nuno Simões Rodrigues (coords.)

Mnemosyne kai Sophia

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH/CHUL 2012 (p. 200)

Printed copy: 20 € [hard cover]

 

Ana Maria Guedes Ferreira

O homem de Estado ateniense em Plutarco: o caso dos Alcmeónidas

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH 2012 (p. 396)

Printed copy: 30 € [hard cover]

 

M.ª Nieves Muñoz Martín & José A. Sánchez Marín (eds.)

Homenaje a la Profesora María Luisa Picklesimer (In memoriam)

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH 2012 (p. 434)

Printed copy: 25 €

 

Paolo Desideri

Saggi su Plutarco e la sua fortuna raccolti a cura di Angelo Casanova

Firenze University Press 2012 (p. 412)

Printed copy: €29.90

 

Guido Bastianini, Walter Lapini, & Mauro Tulli

Harmonia. Scritti di filologia classica in onore di Angelo Casanova

Firenze University Press 2012 (p. 904)

Printed copy: €39.90

 

Gabriele Cornelli

In Search of Pythagoreanism. Pythagoreanism as an Historiographical Category

De Gruyter 2012

 

Delfim F. Leão

A globalização no mundo antigo. Do polites ao kosmopolites

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia 2012 (p. 158)

Printed copy: 11 €

 

José Ribeiro Ferreira, Delfim F. Leão, & Carlos A. Martins de Jesus (eds.)

Nomos, Kosmos & Dike in Plutarch

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH 2012 (p. 277)

Printed copy: 25 €

 

Ricardo Rovira Reich

La educación política en la Antigüedad clásica. El enfoque sapiencial de Plutarco

Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos 2012 (p. 584)

Printed copy: 33.65 €

 

Delfim Leão & José Luís Brandão

Plutarco. Vidas de Sólon e Publícola. Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

Coimbra, CECH 2012 (p. 207)

Printed copy: 12 €

 

Isabel Castiajo

O teatro grego em contexto de representação

Coimbra, IUC/CECH 2012 (p. 173)

Printed copy: 13 €

 

Carmen Soares & Paula Barata Dias (coords.)

Contributos para a história da alimentação na antiguidade

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH 2012 (p. 116)

Printed copy: 20 €

 

Sofia de Carvalho

Representações e hermenêutica do Eu em Safo - Análise de quatro poemas

CECH 2012 (p. 142)

Printed copy: 11 €

 

Carlos A. Martins de Jesus, Claudio Castro Filho, & José Ribeiro Ferreira (coords.)

Hipólito e Fedra - nos caminhos de um mito

Classica Digitalia/CECH 2012 (p. 228)

Printed copy: 20 € [hard cover]

 

José Augusto Ramos, Maria Cristina de Sousa Pimentel, Maria do Céu Fialho & Nuno Simões Rodrigues (coords.)

Paulo de Tarso: grego e romano, judeu e cristão

Classica Digitalia/CECH, CHUL, CEC 2012 (p. 306)

Printed copy: 25 €  [hard cover] 

 

The first, second, third, fourth and fifth volumes of G. N. Bernardakis´ up to now unpublished editio maior of Plutarch´s Moralia have now been published by the Academy of Athens:

Volume I (ISBN 978-960-404-128-2), II (ISBN 978-960-404-142-8), III (ISBN 978-960-404-193-0) IV (ISBN 978-960-404-231-9), and V ( ISBN 978-960-404-279-1)

Available at: "MIET", 13 Amerikis, GR-10672 Athens
  Bookstore of the Academy of Athens ", 25-29 Panepistimiou (inside the arcade), GR-10679 Athens
  "Eleftheroudakis", 17 Panepistimiou, GR-10564 Athens
International: "Georg Olms Verlag" publishing

 

 

Maria Vamvouri Ruffy

Les Vertus thérapeutiques du banquet : médecine et idéologie dans les Propos de Table de Plutarque

Les Belles Lettres 2012 (p.264)

ISBN-10 2-251-32683-9; ISBN-13 978-2-251-32683-2
 

Federicomaria Muccioli

La storia attraverso gli esempi. Protagonisti e interpretazioni del mondo greco in Plutarco.

Mimesis Edizioni 2012 (p. 352)

ISBN: 9788857509341

 

Timothy E. Duff (ed. and trans.) & Ian Scott-Kilvert (trans.)

Plutarch: the Age of Alexander

Penguin Books 2012 (p. xxxvii + 625)

ISBN 978-0140449358

Translations, introductions and notes: Artaxerxes, Pelopidas, Dion, Timoleon, Demosthenes, Phocion, Alexander, Eumenes, Demetrius, Pyrrhus.

 
 
 
2011
 

Thomas Schmidt & Pascale Fleury (eds.)

Perceptions of the Second Sophistic and Its Times - Regards sur la Seconde Sophistique et son époque

University of Toronto Press 2011 (304 p.)

ISBN: 9781442642164

 

Frieda Klotz & Katerina Oikonomopoulou (eds.)

The Philosopher's Banquet: Plutarch's Table Talk in the Intellectual Culture of the Roman Empire

Oxford University Press 2011 (280 p.)

ISBN: 9780199588954

 

Ann Chapman

The Female Principle in Plutarch’s Moralia


University of Dublin Press 2011 (210 p.)

ISBN: 978-1-906359-64-5

 

Morais, Rui
with a preface by M. H. da Rocha Pereira

A colecção de vasos gregos do Museu de Farmácia

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH 2011 (p. 77)

Printed copy: 17 €

 

Morais, Rui

A colecção de lucernas romanas do Museu de Évora


Coimbra, Classica Digitalia/CECH 2011 (p. 85)

Printed copy: 17 €

 

Lourenço, Frederico

The Lyric Metres of Euripidean Drama


Classica Digitalia/CECH 2011 (p. 451).

Printed copy: 40 € [hard cover]

Short presentation: This book is the first complete survey to appear in print in more than a hundred years and the first ever to be published in English (or any modern language, for that matter) of Euripides’ metrical practice in the songs of all his extant plays and longer lyric fragments. Otto Schroeder’s Euripidis Cantica (Leipzig, 1910) was long overdue for an update, not least because Euripidean (and indeed metrical) studies have changed beyond all recognition since 1910. All interpretations and scansions of Euripides’ lyrics offered in this book are based on James Diggle’s Oxford Classical Text.


 

Fernandes Grizoste, Weberson

A dimensão anti-épica de Virgílio e o indianismo de Gonçalves Dias

Classica Digitalia /CECH 2011 (p. 209)

Printed copy: 15 €

 

Guimarães, Joana

Suícidio Mítico – Uma luz sobre a Antiguidade Clássica

Coimbra, Classica Digitalia /CECH 2011 (p. 215)

Printed copy: 18 €

 

Geert Roskam & Luc Van der Stockt (eds)

Virtues for the People: Aspects of Plutarchan Ethics

Plutarchea Hypomnemata 4 2011 (p. 384)

ISBN: 978 90 5867 858 4

Hardback: € 64,95

Plutarch of Chaeronea believed in the necessity for a philosopher to affect the lives of his fellow citizens. That urge inspired many of his writings to meet what he considered people's true needs. Although these writings on practical ethics illustrate in various ways Plutarch's authorial talents and raise many challenging questions (regarding their overall structure, content, purpose, and underlying philosophical and social presuppositions), they have attracted only limited scholarly attention.

Virtues for the People contains a collection of essays that deal with these questions from different perspectives and as such throw a new light upon this multifaceted domain of Plutarch's thinking and writing.

 

Carmen Soares

Crianças e jovens nas Vidas de Plutarco

Classica Digitalia/CECH 2011 (p. 137)

 

Frieda Klotz & Katerina Oikonomopoulou (eds.),

The Philosopher's Banquet: Plutarch's Table Talk in the Intellectual Culture of the Roman Empire

Oxford University Press 2011

The Philosopher's Banquet is the first sustained study of Plutarch's Table Talk, a Greek prose text which is a combination of philosophical dialogue (in the style of Plato's Symposium) and miscellany. The form of Table Talkwas imitated by several later Greek and Roman imperial authors (such as Aulus Gellius, Athenaeus, and Macrobius), making it a vital part of the early Roman Empire's literary and cultural history. Similarly, the great variety of its contents links it with a broader imperial cultural trend, that of systematizing knowledge, which features increasingly prominently as a subject of scholarly study in both classics and the history of science. The contributors to The Philosopher's Banquet offer a range of methodologically innovative and sophisticated readings of Table Talk's literary form, themes, cultural background, and influence.

Table of Contents
Introduction


I. Traditions

1: Frances B. Titchener: Plutarch's Table Talk: Sampling a Rich Blend. A Survey of Scholarly Appraisal

2: Teresa Morgan: The Miscellany and Plutarch


II. Topics and Themes

3: Eleni Kechagia: Philosophy in Plutarch's Table Talk: In Jest or in Earnest?

4: Katerina Oikonomopoulou: Peripatetic Knowledge in Plutarch's Table Talk

5: Maria Vamvouri Ruffy: Symposium, Physical and Social Health in Plutarch's Table Talk


III. Voice and Authority

6: Frieda Klotz: Imagining the Past: Plutarch's Play with Time

7: Jason König: Self-Promotion and Self-Effacement in Plutarch's Table Talk

IV. Contradictions

8: Christopher Pelling: Putting the -viv- into Convivial: The Table Talk and the Lives

Conclusion

 

 

 
 
2010
     

Lieve Van Hoof

Plutarch’s Practical Ethics: The Social Dynamics of Philosophy


Oxford University Press 2010 (328 p.)

ISBN: 978-0-19-958326-3

 
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Luc Van der Stockt, Frances Titchener, Heinz Gerd Ingenkamp & Aurelio Pérez Jiménez (eds.)

Gods, Daimones, Rituals, Mythes and history of Religions in Plutarch's Works: Studies Devoted to Professor Frederick E. Brenk by the International Plutarch Society

Universidad de Malaga - Utah State Unversity 2010 (495 p.)

ISBN: 978-0-615-41433-1

 

C. Leeck

Das Bild Roms in Plutarchs Römerbiographien. Schmeichelei oder ernsthafte Völkerverständigung?

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge aus dem Tectum Verlag Geschichtswissenschaft (Band 8) 2010.

   

I. Classical Authors in translation – Greek Texts

  • Carmen Soares e Roosevelt Rocha
    Plutarco. Obra Morais. Sobre o afecto aos filhos / Sobre a música. Tradução do grego, introdução e notas

    CECH 2010 (p. 243)
    Printed copy: 14 €

II. Studies

  • Maria de Fátima Silva e Susana Hora Marques (eds.)
    Tragic Heroines on Ancient and Modern Stage
    CECH 2010 (p. 129)
    Printed copy: 11 €
  • Ália Rodrigues, Carlos M. Jesus e Rodolfo Lopes
    Intervenientes, discussão e entretenimento “No Banquete” de Plutarco
    CECH 2010 (p. 139)
    Printed copy: 10 €

Dear friends and colleagues,

The Classica Digitalia have the pleasure of presenting 3 new volumes.
According to our policy, the eLibrary is available in open access. Below I provide the direct link to each eBook, as well as the price, for those who may perhaps be interested in buying a printed copy.

With my best regards,

Delfim Leão
(Technical Director of the Classica Digitalia)

 



Noreen Humble (ed.)

Plutarch’s Lives: Parallelism and Purpose

Classical Press of Wales, 2010

Plutarch’s Parallel Lives compare famous Greeks and Romans. This is the most obvious aspect of their parallelism, though it is frequently ignored in the search to mine Plutarch for historical fact. The eleven contributors to this volume, however, bring out many other ways in which Plutarch invoked aspects of parallelism. They show how all pervasive and how central the whole notion was to his thinking. From new thoughts about the nature of the synkriseis, to the discussion of parallels within and across the Lives and with essays from the Moralia, to an examination of why
the basic parallel structure of the Lives lost its importance in the Renaissance, this volume presents fresh ideas on a topic more central than we might have thought to Plutarch’s literary creation.

1. Why Parallel Lives?
W. Jeffrey Tatum (Victoria University, Wellington)

2. Parallels and contrasts: Plutarch’s Comparison of Coriolanus and Alcibiades
Simon Verdegem (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

3. Plutarch’s Themistocles and Camillus
Timothy E. Duff (University of Reading)

4. Dion and Brutus: philosopher kings adrift in a hostile world
John Dillon (Trinity College, Dublin)
  5. Asêmotatos or autokratôr? Obscurity and glory in Plutarch’s Sertorius
Jeffrey Beneker (University of Wisconsin)

6. Plutarch, ‘parallelism’ and the Persian-War Lives
John Marincola (Florida State University)

7. A life unparalled: Artaxerxes
Judith Mossman (University of Nottingham)

8. The rhetoric and philosophy of Plutarch’s mirrors
Alexei V. Zadorojnyi (University of Liverpool)
  9. Parallels in three dimensions
Philip A. Stadter (University of North Carolina)

10. Plutarch’s tale of two cities: do the Parallel Lives combine as global histories?
Christopher Pelling (University of Oxford)

11. Parallelism and the Humanists
Noreen Humble (University of Calgary)
   

Simon Verdegem

Plutarch’s Life of Alcibiades: Story, Text and Moralism

Leuven University Press 2010 (p. 499)

- ISBN 978 90 5867 760 0

Hardback Price: € 69,50

At the beginning of the second century AD, Plutarch of Chaeronea wrote a series of pairs of biographies of Greek and Roman statesmen. Their purpose is moral: the reader is invited to reflect on important ethical issues and to use the example of these great men from the past to improve his or her own conduct. This book offers the first full-scale commentary on the Life of Alcibiades. It examines how Plutarch’s biography of one of classical Athens’ most controversial politicians functions within the moral programme of the Parallel Lives. Built upon the narratological distinction between story and text, Verdegem’s analysis, which involves detailed comparisons with other Plutarchan works (esp. the Lives of Nicias and Lysander) and several key texts in the Alcibiades tradition (e.g., Plato, Thucydides, Xenophon), demonstrates how Plutarch carefully constructed his story and used a wide range of narrative techniques to create a complex Life that raises interesting questions about the relation between private morality and the common good.

Contact: Els.VanDePerre@upers.kuleuven.be

 
 
 
2009
 

José Ribeiro Ferreira, Delfim Leão, Manuel Tröster & Paula Barata Dias (eds)

Symposion and Philantropia in Plutarch

Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos da Universidade de Coimbra, 2009

ISBN: 978 989 8281 17 3

 


"The first, second and third volume of G. N. Bernardakis´ up to now unpublished editio maior of Plutarch´s Moralia have now been published by the Academy of Athens. You or your bookseller may order Volume I (ISBN 978-960-404-128-2), II (ISBN 978-960-404-142-8) and III (ISBN 978-960-404-193-0) for the price of Euro 50.-, Euro 55.- and Euro 60.- respectively, at the following three bookstores in Greece:"MIET", 13 Amerikis, GR-10672 Athens
Email: bookstore-amerikis@miet.gr"Estia", 60 Solonos Street, GR-10672 Athens
Email: info@estiabookstore.gr and sales@estiabookstore.gr)"Eleftheroudakis", 17 Panepistimiou, GR-10564 Athens(see also the website: www.bernardakis.de).

 

 
 
2008
 

Anastasios G. Nikolaidis (ed.)

The Unity of Plutarch's Work: 'Moralia' Themes in the 'Lives', Features of the 'Lives' in the 'Moralia'

Walter de Gruyter, 2008

ISBN: 978-3-11-020249-6

 

   
   
2007
 

Evangelos Alexiou

The Parallel Lives of Plutarch. The Issue of 'Positive' and 'Negative' Examples

University Studio Press 2007 (p. 348).

ISBN 978-960-12-1572-3

Das Buch behandelt die Frage, inwiefern die häufig in der Forschung Abgrenzung der Biographien Plutarchs nach positiven und negativen Beispiele in der Praxis gerechtfertigt ist. Aus der näheren Untersuchung der Syzygien Kimon-Lucullus, Pelopidas-Marcellus, Themistokles-Camillus, Lysander-Sulla, Perikles-Fabius Maximus, Dion-Brutus und Demetrios-Antonius ergibt sich, daß die Idee Plutarchs, negative Viten zu verfassen, eine ad hoc-Entscheidung im späteren Verlauf des Projektes war, die nicht in die Anfänge von seiner biographischer Schriftestellerei zurückprojiziert werden darf. Das erklärt, warum Biographien, wie Lysander-Sulla, die früher verfaßt worden waren und nach den Kriterien des Proömiums der Demetrios-Antonius durchaus die Bezeichnung ‚negativ‘ verdient hätten, nicht als solche von Plutarch bezeichnet wurden.

 

 

 


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