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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nº1 (july, 2008)
From the city to the desert: The formation of the area of Hermit
Pedro Ipiranga Júnior
Presiganga, a galley in the Tropics
Paloma Siqueira Fonseca
The myths’ exegesis in Plotinus and Porphyre
Olympia and the Olympieia: the origin and the dissemination of Olympian Zeus´ cult in Greece in the sixth and fifth centuries B.C.
Lilian de Angelo Laky
Porphyry and Daniel 7: academic discussions between Maurice Casey and Arthur Ferch
Lilian Chaves Maluf
The ontology as the privileged horizon of Plato’s thought
The polis and the marvelous in the narrative of Herodotus
Flávia Lemos Mota de Azevedo
The derealization of the old city in the ideal city
Erika Bataglia da Costa
Nature and politics in the Roman stoicism: about the vivere naturae and the constitution of cosmopolis in Seneca’s thought
Carlos Renato Moiteiro
Justice and prudence in the polis: some reflexions on the digression of the Theaetetus
Anderson de Paula Borges
Morcillo, Marta García. Las ventas por subasta en el mundo romano: la esfera privada. Barcelona, Universidad de Barcelona, 2005, 372 pp. isbn 8447530175.
Pedro Paulo A. Funari