Archai: Journal on the origins of Ancient Thought is published three times a year by Archai UNESCO Chair (University of Brasilia, Brazil).
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nº3 (july, 2009)
The role of Seneca´s clementia in the Annales of Publius Cornelius Tacitus
Ygor Klain Belchior, Fábio Faversani
A suspicion: About the suppose hierarchy between metaphysics and politics in Plato’s thought
Wanderson Flor do Nascimento
The ambiguous image of music in Homer and Hesiod
Roosevelt Araújo da Rocha Júnior
Considerations regarding the preservation of classical forms in the First Churches
Regina Helena Rezende
Etymologised city: Meanings on urban space in Isidore of Seville’s Etymologiae
Luciano César Garcia Pinto
The early greek prose
Socrates against sophistic education in the Protagoras
José Lourenço Pereira da Silva
Mikhail Bakhtin and ancient greek culture
João Vianney Cavalcanti Nuto
Friendship and Communication: Approaching between Karl Jaspers and Aristotle
Notes on Galeno, the notion of health and the medical-philosophical discussion on causality
Flavio Fontenelle Loque
The hellenistic world’s eastern frontier: Textual sources on built environment and society in the greek cities of Bactro-Gandharan region
Cibele Elisa Viegas Aldrovandi
The origins of roman medicine in Pliny The Elder’s Natural History
Ana Thereza Basilio Vieira
The representations of power in the government of Adriano Second Dio Cassius and History Augusta
Américo Henrique Marquez do Couto
Caio Graco and his relationship with the Equites (1st century BC): A brief analysis of Apian of Alexandria’s interpretation (2nd century AD)
Alice Maria de Souza
A archē na formação do pensamento neotestamentário
Jovânio Luiz Pereira