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Vir utriusque literaturae non vulgariter callens emunctaeque naris. Sur Ghelen, éditeur d'Ammien Marcellin

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This chapter, written in Latin and French, talks about the author's discourse on the scientist Francis Paschoud. This book presents a collection of essays and studies of the Roman historical and biographical texts from a literary point of view. The articles demonstrate that a detailed interpretation of these texts in the original language is indispensable to understanding the aims and methods of ancient historians and biographers.

Keywords: callens emunctaeque naris; Roman biographical texts; Roman historical texts; Vir utriusque literaturae; vulgariter; Vulgariter Callens Emunctaeque Naris



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