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This front matter section of the book David the Invincible: Commentary on Porphyry's Isagoge contains the table of contents, acknowledgements and the commentaria in Aristotelem Armeniaca Project. The book identifies the relation between the Armenian texts and the original Greek versions of David's works and assesses the value of the Armenian translations for the constitution of the Greek text. It analyzes the differences between the Armenian versions and the Greek, and examines the ways in which the Armenian translators adapted the texts to suit their new readership. The book gives a close examination of the language of the Armenian versions and of their techniques of translation. It considers, more generally, the ways in which Greek thought was transmitted to Armenia, and the circulation of ideas and the cultural exchanges between East and West in late Antiquity.

Keywords: Armenian texts; Armenian translators; David's works; Porphyry's Isagoge



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