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Greco-Roman Philosophy in the 1st Century BC

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Aims and objectives

  • To put 1st-century BC philosophy on the map as a discrete research topic with its own internal problematic.
  • To move towards the level of understanding at which a comprehensive history (the Cambridge History ?) of 1st-century BC philosophy can be written.
  • To prepare and publish collections and editions of testimonia for individual philosophers and movements.
  • To organise seminars leading to at one or more volumes of thematically linked research papers.


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Drawing of the machine invented by P. Antonio Piaggio for unrolling the carbonised papyri from Herculaneum, including works by Philodemus.
(G. Castrucci, Tesoro letterario di Ercolano, Napoli 1852, Table IV)

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