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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nº2 (january, 2009)
Performance and inteligibility: Translating Plato’s Ion
On the Autodidaxía and the Autárkeia of Epicurus
The care of the self in Epicureanism
Thiago Rodrigo de Oliveira Costa
The nature of the true speech from a convergent approach in Plato and Isocrates
Robson Régis Silva Costa
Law, rhetoric and democracy – The rhetorical use of law in the forensic speech
Priscilla Gontijo Leite
Public entertainment in Rome: From Republic to Empire
Priscilla Adriane Ferreira Almeida
The decorative scheme from the throne room of King Ashurnasirpal II Palace
Philippe Racy Takla
Civitas in civibus est, non in parietibus (de urbis excidio 6,6). History and eternal time in "civic architecture‟ of Ancient Rome in the De Civitate Dei of St. Augustine
Pedro Paulo Alves dos Santos
Greek ocidental cities and the water: Comparative study between water management in Metaponto and Poseidonia
Maria Elisabeth Mesquita, Maria Beatriz Borba Florenzano
The sorts of justice in the Kallípolis
José Wilson da Silva
The disrespect for the social rules and the human ruin in the Euripides’ Hippolytus
Plato's political passion: on philosophical walls and their permeability
The poet and the city: Plato fights Homer
Alzira Silvestre dos Santos
Urbanization and edification of the landscape in the High Roman Empire: The Roman Colony of Augusta Emerita
Airan dos Santos Borges
François Chamoux, A civilização grega. Lisboa, Portugal: Edição 70, 2003, 344pp. ISBN: 972-44-1139-7.
Maria Carolina Alves dos Santos