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Meander | Vol. 74 (2019) |

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Oratio in funere profestricis Annae Komornicka dicta, in qua ostenditur, quanti momenti fuerit ea clara femina in vita suorum familiarium.

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Jan Komornicki
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Heroinas et heroas, quos mala fortuna in tragoediis Graecis persequitur, aliae personae scenicae commiserantur, aliae autem spernunt et irrident. Narratur hic, quomodo tales animi passiones quarundam tragoediarum actionem afficiant.

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Jadwiga Czerwińska
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In hac dissertatiuncula opiniones, quas Plutarchus Chaeronensis nonnullis suis opusculis in collectione, cui Moralia titulus est, asservatis de amicitia exhibuit, monstrantur et cum Platonis Aristotelisque doctrinis breviter comparantur.

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Joanna Sowa
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Nomina composita tractantur, quae Graeco in poemate, sub nomine Orphei de lapidibus sive Lithica tradito et, ut videtur, inter saeculum secundum et quartum post Christum natum composito, continentur. Demonstratur, quibus elementis constent, quemadmodum constructa sint, quid significent et utrum a Homero originem suam trahant an non. Concluditur, quae genera nominum compositorum in poemate plurima sint.

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Małgorzata Kornacka
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Imprimuntur hic tria capita operis Gelliani a Monica Wesołowska Polonice versa. Quorum in primo disseritur de usu obsoletarum vocum in sermone cotidiano, in secundo de emolumentis e iurgiosa uxore domi habenda ductis, in tertio autem de philosophis, qui servi fuerint.

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Gelliusz
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In ecclesia Calvinistarum sita Caioduni, quod est oppidum Lithuaniae, invenitur inscriptio celebrans memoriam Adami Freytag Thoruniensis (1608–1650), auctoris libri, cui titulus est Architectura militaris nova et aucta. Hic editur inscriptio et narratur de ipso Adamo Freytag.

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Włodzimierz Appel
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Describuntur fata Aristophanis fabularum in theatris Russiae, praesertim tempore Vladimiri Lenin et Michaelis Gorbačov.

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Olga Śmiechowicz
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Marcellus Górkiewicz, archaelogus Polonus, anno 1879 rogatu Henrici Schliemann dirigebat excavationes duorum tumulorum prope locum antiquae Troiae sitorum. Quorum imagines ab eo pictae apparent in libro Schliemanniano, cui titulus est Ilios, anno 1881 Lipsiae edito.

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Joachim Śliwa
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Narratur de Francisco Terlikowski, linguae Latinae magistro, qui edidit varia scriptorum antiquorum opera ad usum in scholis destinata atque librum, in quo antiquorum vitam et litteras discipulis monstrat. Qui liber, primum impressus anno 1893, in XL annorum spatio multas editiones habuit.

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Justyna Łukszewska-Haberkowa
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Narratur de Thaddaei Zieliński, clarissimi philologi classici Poloni, vita, quam affecerunt magnae mutationes eius aevo in Polonia, Germania et Russia factae.

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Olga Śmiechowicz
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Varii clandestini coetus in Polonia a Germanis occupata vario modo solvere conabantur quaestionem, quomodo Poloni hoste debellato educari deberent. Eae factiones, quae communismo favebant, volebant parvi momenti esse in schola artes liberales atque linguam Latinam, quippe quibus studiis vulgus ab educatione arce retur.

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Barbara Brzuska
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Censura Oedipodis et Troadum, tragoediarum Senecae a Thoma Sapota et Ivona Słomak Polonice redditarum.

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Joanna Pypłacz
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In Gedaniensi Theatro Litoris spectari possunt Euripidis Troades a Ioanne Klata directae. Qui director omnia fecit, ut spectatoris rerum novarum cupidi benivolentiam captaret, sensumque Troadum oblitteravit multas scaenas delendo et pro eis locos ex aliis tragoediis Euripideis sumptos inducendo. Digna laude videtur sola Dorothea Kolak, quae optime Hecubae partes agat.

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Marian Szarmach

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Matthias Jońca Isabellaque Leraczyk colloquuntur cum Petro Garnsey, professore emerito Cantabrigiensi, litterarum atque rerum gestarum scrutatore.

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In epistulis ad Ioannem Kwapisz, nostri collegii editorum secretarium, profestrix Anna Komornicka, quae prius per multos annos fuit „Maeandri” editrix, ostendit suis successoribus maximam benivolentiam.

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Anna M. Komornicka
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Imprimitur hic clara oratio Thomae Aquinatis Creator ineffabilis, ante studium recitanda. Textui Latino subiungitur brevis paraphrasis Polonica ab Anna Komornicka facta.

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Św. Tomasz z Akwinu

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Th. A. Schmitz, Moderne Literaturtheorie und antike Texte. Eine Einführung, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt 2002, s. 126–154.

M. Cary, H. H. Scullard, Dzieje Rzymu. Od czasów najdawniejszych do Konstantyna, przeł. J. Schwakopf, t. II, Państwowy Instytut Wydawniczy, Warszawa 1992, s. 424–440.

K. Kumaniecki, Nad prozą antyczną, [w:] O sztuce tłumaczenia, oprac. M. Rusinek, Wrocław 1955, s. 99–109.

M. Campbell, Three Notes on Alexandrine Poetry, Hermes 102, 1974, s. 38–46.

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Hom. Il. I 1; Pind., fr. 58 Snell-Maehler; Soph. Oed. Col. 103; Pl. Men. 70 b – 73 c; Aristot. Metaph. IV 1007 a 21–26; Cic. De or. III 93–95; Quint. Inst. VIII 6, 44.

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