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2019-12-08 03:34 C Maciver PhD Thesis Thesis Abstract Reading Quintus Reading Homer i Thesis Abstract This thesis is a study of Quintus Smyrnaeus Posthomerica, a Greek epic of the third century C. E. written in Greek hexameters in Homeric diction and in a Homeric style and about the postIliadic events of the Trojan War.

The Institute of Historical Research (IHR), Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU The IHR is a member of the School of Advanced Study which is part of the University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study which is part of the University of London calum maciver classics The School of History, Classics and Archaeology offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes; it is also home to Centres focusing on both World Wars, Scottish Diaspora Studies and Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

Calum Maciver, University of Edinburgh, Classics Department, Faculty Member. Studies Greek and Roman Imperial Literature, Quintus Smyrnaeus, and Lucian. Teaching Fellow in Latin language and Literature, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh ( ) by Calum Maciver. calum maciver classics

Conferences The APGRD has been holding international conferences since 1998, when Medea in Performance, 1500present was held 1011 July at Somerville College, Oxford. Agamemnon in Performance, 458BC AD2001 followed on 2022 September 2001 at Wadham College, Oxford. I did all of my Classics degrees at Edinburgh ( ), and returned to the School in 2012 after a Leverhulme Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Seminar, Universitt Zrich ( ), two successive teaching fellowships in Greek and then Latin at Edinburgh ( ), and a teaching fellowship in Greek at the University of Leeds ( ). About the author (2012) Calum A. Maciver, PhD (2009) in Classics, University of Edinburgh, is currently lecturer in Greek at the University of Leeds. He has published a number of articles on Later Greek Hexameter poetry, especially Quintus Smyrnaeus. calum maciver classics Calum Maciver is a Lecturer in Classics at the University of Edinburgh. Greek Notions of the Past in the Archaic and Classical Eras. Edited by John Marincola, Lloyd LlewellynJones, Calum Maciver About Calum Maciver Dr. Calum Maciver is lecturer in Classics at the University of Edinburgh. His main field of study is Imperial Greek literature, especially epic poetry, on which he has published a John Marincola is Leon Golden Professor of Classics at the The Florida State University Lloyd LlewellynJones is Senior lecturer in Classics at the University of Edinburgh Calum Maciver is Lecturer in Classics at the University of Edinburgh Lloyd LlewellynJones is Senior lecturer in Classics at the University of Edinburgh Calum Maciver is Lecturer



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