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Contents List of Illustrations xi Abbreviations xiii List of Contributors xv PART I:CONTEXTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS 1.Bilingualism and Biculturalism in Antonine Rome:Apuleius, Fronto, and Gellius 3 SIMON SWAIN 2.Gellius and Fronto on Loanwords and Literary Models:Their Evaluation of Laberius 41 ALESSANDRO GARCEA and VALERIA LOMANTO 3.Gellius the Etymologist: Gellius Etymologies andModern Etymology 64 FRANCO CAVAZZA 4.Aulus Gellius as a Storyteller 102 GRAHAM ANDERSON 5.Gellius and the Roman Antiquarian Tradition 115 ANDREW J. STEVENSON PART II:IDEOLOGIES 6.Gellius Noctes Atticae: Genre, Conventions, andCultural Programme 155 AMIEL VARDI 7.Educational Values in Gellius 181 TERESA MORGAN 8.Gellian Humanism Revisited 200 STEPHEN M. BEALL 9.Gellius, Apuleius, and Satire on the Intellectual 216 WYTSE KEULEN PART III:RECEPTION 10.Recht as een PalmenBohm and Other Facets of Gellius Medieval and Humanistic Reception 241 LEOFRANC HOLFORDSTREVENS 11.Gellius in the French Renaissance 273 MICHAEL HEATH 12.Conflict and Harmony in the Collegium Gellianum 308 ANTHONY GRAFTON Bibliography 332 Index Locorum Potiorum 000 Index Rerum 000
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Gellius, Aulus. Noctes Atticae.
Authors, Latin -- Biography.
Rome -- In literature.