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Roman Poets in Hungarian Literature of the 18th and 19th Century

Roman Poets in Hungarian Literature of the 18th and 19th Century (23)

Virgil, Horace, Ovid
Nemzetközi konferencia, Miskolc, 2016. október 6-8.
Miskolci Egyetem BTK Irodalomtudományi Doktori Iskola
MTA BTK Irodalomtudományi Intézet XVIII. századi Osztály
ELTE BTK Magyar Irodalom- és Kultúratudományi Intézet XVIII–XIX. századi Tanszék

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J. L. Pyrkers „Tunisias”

Wilhelm Kühlmann 8 years ago - 29:44

Dániel Berzsenyi and Horace

Gábor Vaderna 8 years ago - 21:06

Two Men – Two Libraries

Attila Buda
Anna Tüskés
8 years ago - 25:36

Classical Models in the Poetry of György Aranka

József Kerti 8 years ago - 26:55

Imitation of Virgil’s and Ovid’s Heroine Themes

Rumen István Csörsz
Mária Hovánszki
8 years ago - 26:30

„Skytischer Horaz”

Etelka Doncsecz 8 years ago - 19:06

Is Melancholy A Cheerful Mode?

Katalin Boreczky 8 years ago - 19:17

Das Erbe der antiken Dichter in den Gattungen der

Ágnes Dóbék 8 years ago - 19:58

„… I agree with Horace”

Rumen István Csörsz 8 years ago - 34:05

Ovid in the 18th-Century Historiography

Levente Pap 8 years ago - 13:52

Ovid in Losonc

Katalin Czibula 8 years ago - 11:51