Dialogos: Hellenic Studies Review
Encompassing Greek language and literature, Greek history and archaeology, and Greek culture and thought, past and present, this journal seeks to foster critical awareness and informed debate in this area. It consists of essays and reviews, translations and original literary work.
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Fosterage kinship and the circulation
Greek Shadow Puppet Francis Blessington
on the Fall of Constantinople Cohen Balbo
A new history of the Greek language Alan H Sommerstein
By His Own Hand Michail Mitsakis
Theophanes a great chronographer Michael Whitby98
Richard Wagner and the Greeks Wolfgang Schadewaldt
Andrew Louth John Haldon Ruth Webb
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