Series: Writings from the Greco-Roman World

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Heroikos by Philostratus1
The Chreia and Ancient Rhetoric: Classroom Exercises by Ronald F. Hock2
Iamblichus: On the Mysteries by Emma C. Clarke4
Philostratus's Heroikos: Religion And Cultural Identity In The Third Century C. E. by Ellen Bradshaw Aitken6
Progymnasmata: Greek Textbooks of Prose Composition and Rhetoric by George Alexander Kennedy10
The Acts of Mār Māri the Apostle by Amir Harrak (Editor)11
Gregory of Nyssa: Homilies on the Song of Songs by Saint Gregory of Nyssa13
Heraclitus: Homeric Problems by David Konstan14
The "Belly-Myther" of Endor: Interpretations of 1 Kingdoms 28 in the Early Church by Rowan A. Greer16
4 Baruch (Paraleipomena Jeremiou) by Jens Herzer22
Philostorgius: Church History by Philip R. Amidon23
Aristaenetus, Erotic Letters (Writings from the Greco-Roman World) by Aristaenetus32
Sedulius, the Paschal Song and Hymns (Society of Biblical Literature (Numbered)) by Sedulius,35

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