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Brill’s Companion to Ancient Greek Scholarship (2 vols.)
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Brill’s Companion to Ancient Greek Scholarship (2 vols.)

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Brill 2015

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Overview

Brill’s Companion to Ancient Greek Scholarship surveys ancient Greek and Byzantine scholarship and grammar. Broad and multifaceted in scope, it emcompasses the philological and linguistic research activity during the entire Greek antiquity and the Middle Ages.

The first part of the volume offers a thorough historical overview of ancient scholarship, which covers the period from its very beginnings to the Byzantine era. The second part focuses on the disciplinary profile of ancient scholarship by investigating its main scientific topics. The third and final part presents the particular work of ancient scholars in various philological and linguistic matters. It also examines the place of scholarship and grammar from an interdisciplinary point of view, especially from their interrelation with rhetoric, philosophy, medicine, and nature sciences.

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For further study of ancient Greek consider the Brill Greek Reference Collection.

Key Features

  • Covers both the history and grammar of ancient Greek
  • Offers contributions from a broad range of scholars
  • Includes an interdisciplinary view of scholarship and grammar

Contents and Contributors

  • “Greek Scholarship from its Beginnings to Alexandria” by Anna Novokhatko
  • “Hellenistic Scholarship” by Fausto Montana
  • “Philology and Grammar in the Imperial Era and Late Antiquity: An Historical and Systematic Outline” by Stephanos Matthaios
  • “Scholarship in the Byzantine Empire (529–1453)” by Filippomaria Pontani
  • “The Sources of our Knowledge of Ancient Scholarship” by Eleanor Dickey
  • “Definitions of Grammar” by Alfons Wouters and Pierre Swiggers
  • “Typology of Philological Writings” by Markus Dubischar
  • “Typology of Grammatical Treatises” by Stefano Valente
  • “Typology of Lexicographical Works” by Renzo Tosi
  • “Ekdosis. A Product of the Ancient Scholarship” by Franco Montanari
  • “The Rhetorical Criticism of Homer” by Richard Hunter
  • “Poetics and Literary Criticism in the Framework of Ancient Greek Scholarship” by René Nünlist
  • “Description of the Constituent Elements of the (Greek) Language” by Pierre Swiggers and Alfons Wouters
  • “Language Correctness (Hellenismos) and Its Criteria” by Lara Pagani
  • “Syntax” by Jean Lallot
  • “Ancient Etymology: A Tool for Thinking” by Ineke Sluiter
  • “Ancient Theory of Prosody” by Philomen Probert
  • “Orthography” by Stefano Valente
  • “Grammatical Theory and Rhetorical Teaching” by Casper C. de Jonge
  • “Philological Observations and Approaches to Language in the Philosophical Context” by Walter Lapini
  • “Mythography” by Claudio Meliadò
  • “Historiography, Ethnography, Geography” by Roberto Nicolai
  • “Medicine and Exegesis” by Daniela Manetti
  • “Hellenistic Astronomers and Scholarship” by Raffaele Luiselli
  • “On the Interface of Philology and Science: The Case of Zoology” by Oliver Hellmann

Product Details

  • Title: Brill’s Companion to Ancient Greek Scholarship
  • Editors: Franco Montanari, Stephanos Matthaios, and Antonios Rengakos
  • Publisher: Brill
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 1,400
  • Resource Type: Handbook
  • Topic: Language & Interpretation

About the Editors

Franco Montanari is a professor of Greek literature at the Università degli Studi di Genova

Stephanos Matthaios is an assistant professor of ancient Greek literature at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Antonios Rengakos is a professor of ancient Greek philology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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