Reblogged from In the Text: Google Books has available Octavius Owen’s two-volume translation of Aristotle’s Organon. Volume 1 (1901) includes Categories, Interpretation, Prior Analytics, and Posterior Analytics. Volume 2 (1902) includes Topics and Sophistical Refutations with Porphyry’s introduction to Aristotle. Read more… 6 more words Using Owen’s translation, LibriVox recordings have also been made available for … Continue reading
On the web: Jim Davila and Hershel Shanks, among others, pay tribute to the fallen titan, Frank Moore Cross. Michael Bird joins Joel Watts in reflecting on Justin Martyr, Xenophon, and the Gospels. The Cornell University Library has a collection of Eleusinian inscription images available (HT: Charles Jones).
On the web: Charles Jones notes the open-access availability of some of the Journal of Roman Studies. Brian LePort completes a two-part reflective digest of Amy-Jill Levine’s recent San Antonio lectures on Jewish-Christian relations (part 1, part 2).
The Oxford University Classics Faculty’s PINAX “is a digital library comprised of collections of displayed papyrus images and texts at Oxford.” Texts include papyri from Antinoopolis, Herculaneum, and Oxyrhynchus, as well as magical texts (HT: Charles Jones).
In the latest contribution to the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, Richard Carrier discusses “Thallus and the Darkness at Christ’s Death”: It is commonly claimed that a chronologer named Thallus, writing shortly after 52 CE, mentioned the crucifixion of Jesus and the noontime darkness surrounding it (which reportedly eclipsed the whole world for three … Continue reading
The latest issue of New Testament Studies includes: Markus Lau, “Geweißte Grabmäler. Motivkritische Anmerkungen zu Mt 23.27–28″ Matthias Adrian, “Der Blick durch die enge Tür: Lk 13.22–30 im architekturgeschichtlichen Kontext der städtischen domus” Jonathan Bourgel, “Les récits synoptiques de la Passion préservent-ils une couche narrative composée à la veille de la Grande Révolte Juive?” George … Continue reading
In addition to the Loeb Classical Library volumes noted as freely available online at Loebolus and Edonnelly, the Internet Archive has available Cicero’s Rhetorica ad Herennium (Loeb vol. 403) in a number of formats. Another HTML version is also available from the University of Chicago. Among the work’s other features, it contains a robust treatment of memory, which continues to … Continue reading
A new collection of online Loeb Classical Library volumes is now available (HT: Charles Jones). This new collection provides locally-hosted PDFs that can be downloaded without completing a CAPTCHA field. The page also provides a link to a single ZIP file (3.2 GB) that contains all the individual LCL volume PDFs available on the page.
Tim Brookins has the latest article in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, “Dispute with Stoicism in the Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus.” According to Brookins, It is not my aim to continue discussion regarding the criterion for the rich man’s judgment. But I propose that there is more to be said … Continue reading
Google Books has available Octavius Owen’s two-volume translation of Aristotle’s Organon. Volume 1 (1901) includes Categories, Interpretation, Prior Analytics, and Posterior Analytics. Volume 2 (1902) includes Topics and Sophistical Refutations with Porphyry’s introduction to Aristotle.