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1. Andreas Norrelius' Latin translation of Johan Kemper's Hebrew commentary on Matthew edited with introduction and philological commentary
Sammanfattning : This thesis contains an edition of the Swedish Hebraist Andreas Norrelius’ (1679-1749) Latin translation, Illuminatio oculorum (1749), of the converted rabbi Johan Kemper’s (1670-1716) Hebrew commentary on Matthew, Me’irat ‘Enayim (1703). The dissertation is divided into three parts. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This dissertation contains an edition, followed by an English translation, of chapter 21, De stomacho, from the so-called Esculapius or Liber Esculapii. The dissertation offers a diplomatic-interpretative edition of the Latin text of the manuscript Uppsala C 664, a miscellaneous medical manuscript containing i.a. the chapter De stomacho. LÄS MER
3. The Early Latin Poetry of Sylvester Johannis Phrygius : Edited, with Introduction, Translation and Commentary
Sammanfattning : This thesis contains three major portions of the early Latin poetry of the theologian Sylvester Johannis Phrygius (1572–1628), one of the most pro-lific and important Swedish poets at the turn of the 17th century.The verses exhibit marked influence from the Protestant Universities of Northern Germany at which Phrygius had studied. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The Liber iuratus Honorii, or the Sworn Book of Honorius, as it is often called, has been the focus of a steadily growing interest ever since the occult revival in the late 19th century. This exponent of pseudo-Solomonic magic has been mentioned from time to time in the literature on magic up to the present day. LÄS MER
5. Imperial Freedmen and Roman Society : A study on the social standing of imperial freedmen as expressed in literary and epigraphic sources in the early Roman Empire
Sammanfattning : This study discusses the imperial freedmen’s standing in Roman society as it is expressed in literary and epigraphic sources. It has often been assumed that the traditional elite had a general negative attitude towards this group, and previous scholars have interpreted the social standing of the imperial freedmen very differently due to the discrepancy between the legal status and the social status of these freedmen. LÄS MER