Recentiores: Later Latin Texts and Contexts

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1. Cover image for 'The Limits of Ancient Christianity'
Essays on Late Antique Thought and Culture in Honor of R. A. Markus
William E. Klingshirn and Mark Vessey, Editors
Sixteen essays explore the end of ancient Christianity
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Hardcover 1999 $90.00 Available Add Hardcover for "The Limits of Ancient Christianity" to Cart
2. Cover image for 'Rereading the Renaissance'
Petrarch, Augustine, and the Language of Humanism
Carol Everhart Quillen
Augustine in Petrarch's humanism
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Hardcover 1998 $85.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Rereading the Renaissance" to Cart
3. Cover image for 'Poetry and the Cult of the Martyrs'
The Liber Peristephanon of Prudentius
Michael Roberts
A beautifully detailed literary study of Prudentius's eulogies of the Christian martyrs
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Hardcover 1994 $85.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Poetry and the Cult of the Martyrs" to Cart
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Latin culture survived Rome's fall by more than a millennium. The study of the texts and the cultural history they embody offers a rich vein still far from exhaustively mined. This series embraces monographs, critical texts, and annotated translations from any period in the history of postclassical Latin writing. Literary history, manuscript studies, cultural history, the "liberal arts" and the technical literature they spawn, and what may still be called "intellectual history" of all periods—from late antiquity to the Renaissance and beyond—will be welcome.

Recentiores: Later Latin Texts and Contexts

Latin culture survived Rome's fall by more than a millennium. The study of the texts and the cultural history they embody offers a rich vein still far from exhaustively mined. This series embraces monographs, critical texts, and annotated translations from any period in the history of postclassical Latin writing. Literary history, manuscript studies, cultural history, the "liberal arts" and the technical literature they spawn, and what may still be called "intellectual history" of all periods—from late antiquity to the Renaissance and beyond—will be welcome.


James J. O'Donnell

Editorial Board
Paula Fredriksen, Boston University

James W. Halporn, Indiana University, emeritus

E. Ann Matter, University of Pennsylvania

Carol Neel, The Colorado College

Stephen G. Nichols, The Johns Hopkins University

Mary Wack, Washington State University

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Series Editor

James J. O'Donnell

Editorial Board
Paula Fredriksen, Boston University

James W. Halporn, Indiana University, emeritus

E. Ann Matter, University of Pennsylvania

Carol Neel, The Colorado College

Stephen G. Nichols, The Johns Hopkins University

Mary Wack, Washington State University


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