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Index Of Latin

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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the study of three most prominent ancient writers who went into exile, the 'exulum trias' Cicero, Ovid, and Seneca the Younger. The increased reflection on exile in the twentieth century has not only influenced research in social sciences and modern languages, but has also left its mark on the classics. This book contains written articles that touch on various aspects of A. Graeme Auld's work including Old Testament, historiography, Pentateuch, Deuteronomistic History, Chronicles, prophecy and prophets, Septuagint, and textual criticism.

Keywords: Cicero; Graeme Auld; Ovid; Seneca; twentieth century



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