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  • Hephaistos Text | Free, open and collaborative study of the ancient world
    audience in the ancient world A selection of our ongoing projects more can be found under the Projects tab above The Libanius Translation Project is a collaborative translation of the Declamations of Libanius of Antioch into English many of which have never been translated It is led by Amit Shilo and Kyle Johnson The Plato s Protagoras is a new translation with collective input led by Dhananjay Jagannathan The Ancient

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  • Libanius Translation | Hephaistos Text
    Greek 101 Medical World Editors You are here Home Libanius Translation The Libanius Translation Project is a new form of collaborative translation free and open to anyone of the Declamations of Libanius of Antioch into English Many of these have

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  • Tragedy Social Media Project | Hephaistos Text
    Ancient Greek 101 Medical World Editors You are here Home Tragedy Social Media Project Submitted by admin on Fri 06 21 2013 18 10 The Ancient Greek Social Media Project led by Amit Shilo posts videos of historical performances notifications of current runs and scholarly articles about Greek drama on social networking sites It is currently posting weekly under Greek Tragedy and Ancient Greek Tragedy on Facebook as well as

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  • Plato’s Protagoras | Hephaistos Text
    Jowett was a great classicist with a sensitivity for philosophical texts but his Victorian translations of Plato are clearly out of date compare also Lamb s translation for the Loeb series originally published in 1924 and available on the Perseus Project We can do better for modern readers and I believe we can do it freely without simply converting already published translations into electronic form something to which publishers would

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  • Ancient Greek 101 Project | Hephaistos Text
    Project will make available an entire university level Ancient Greek course online for all to use freely It is currently in development with plans for a podcast series which follows the Hansen and Quinn s Greek An Intensive Course textbook as well as supplementary exercises and learning resources It is intended to give university students and instructors access to more practice material as well as to make learning Ancient Greek

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  • Ancient Medical World: Translating and Comparing Across Cultures | Hephaistos Text
    World Project is a collaborative translation project of previously untranslated medical texts such as much of Galen Additionally it will bring together medical texts from across cultures in the original and translation to foster interconnections in their study and encourage understanding the ancient world as a whole It is led by Amit Shilo and Kyle Johnson Links to Galen s texts http www2 biusante parisdescartes fr livanc cote extacadinca11 do

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  • Editors | Hephaistos Text
    the afterlife contrasting Greco Roman texts to the Jewish tradition from the Biblical to modern Zionism Emphasizing the interplay between religion s foray into politics of nation states and the use of theological tropes for both nationalism and dissent against authority Amit is a co founder and managing editor of Hephaistos Text the Libanius Translation Project and the Ancient Medical World He is also founder and managing editor of the Greek Tragedy Social Media Project Email Amit Kyle P Johnson Kyle P Johnson has his Ph D in Classics from New York University Previously he attended Reed College B A Classics 02 Kyle has published on Etruscan linguistics and medical practices Etruscan News Vol 5 2006 pp 1 8 see also responses by John Scarborough in the Etruscan News Vol 6 2006 and by A P Harrison and E M Bartels in American Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology Vol 1 1 2006 pp 21 24 sequential narrative in Homer Comics and Classics pp 43 58 Oxford University Press 2011 and has written a review of Marina Heilmeyer s Ancient Herbs BMCR 2007 09 63 In addition to Hephaistos Text Kyle is currently at working on an article on Juvenal and the poetics of complaint and a dissertation Generalizations and Organizations Informational Networks in Caesar s Bellum Gallicum Kyle is a co founder of Hephaistos Text and is a managing editor of the Libanius Translation Project Email Kyle Dhananjay Jagannathan Dhananjay Jagannathan works in ancient philosophy specializing in ethics moral psychology and political philosophy He has masters degrees in ancient philosophy from Oxford and Cambridge and is about to start a PhD in philosophy at the University of Chicago He is working on a collaborative translation of Plato s Protagoras and has translated the Principal Doctrines of Epicurus Dhananjay blogs about

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  • Welcome | Hephaistos Text
    and involve a wider audience in the ancient world A selection of our ongoing projects more can be found under the Projects tab above The Libanius Translation Project is a collaborative translation of the Declamations of Libanius of Antioch into English many of which have never been translated It is led by Amit Shilo and Kyle Johnson The Plato s Protagoras is a new translation with collective input led by

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