The Collectanea Philologica is a periodical whose content-related profile covers the topics related to widely understood literature, language, history and philosophy of the ancient world and the reception of antiquity in modern culture. The authors of scientific articles and editorial reviews published in this journal aim to promote knowledge about the culture of ancient Greece and Rome. The presented material is divided into three basic areas: Hellenic Studies, Latin Studies and Reception. A separate part is a section devoted to reviews.
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Magic in Private and Public Lives of the Ancient Romans
AOIΔIMOI AΘANAI. The Praise of Athens in Pindar’s Poetry