Witchcraft and Magic in Europe, Svazek 2

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This volume brings together new research into the place of witchcraft and magic in Greek and Roman culture and society. Topics covered include the practice of sorcery, the portrayal of witches and sorcerers in classical literature, and legal and philosophical attitudes to magic.

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Four separate essays on magical acts and attitudes in Greece and Rome. Dry but well researched. Bibliography, index, in-text notes. Made especially difficult by difficulty of keeping names straight ... Přečíst celou recenzi

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Like all the books in this series, very good, worth having and far too expensive. This is not a beginner's book, but rather assumes some knowledge of the field. Useful and worth having but supplement it with Graf, at the very least. Přečíst celou recenzi

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The Process of Manufacture
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Graves and the Dead
15
Other Deposition Sites
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O autorovi (2001)

Georg Luck is professor emeritus in the Department of Classics at the Johns Hopkins University. He has served as editor of American Journal of Philology and is the author of The Latin Love Elegy (Methuen, 1969) and others.

Richard Gordon QC is a leading lawyer in the Administrative Law and Public Law fields, with additional expertise in European Community Law and Human Rights Law. He is the author of numerous works and Editor in Chief of The Administrative Court Digest. He is currently Visiting Professor at the
Faculty of Law, University College London.

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