Recensioni - Book Reviews
CICERONE, Aratea. Parte I: Proemio e Catalogo delle costellazioni, Introdu-zione, testo e commento, a cura di Daniele PELLACANI, Patron, Bologna, 2015, 224 pp., ISBN 9788855533249, 24 €.
CICÉRON, Fins Des Biens et des Maux, traduction, introduction, notes, chronologie, bibliographie et index par José KANY-TURPIN, Flammarion, Paris 2016, 384 pp., ISBN 9782081382633, 15 €.
Alice ACCARDI, Teoria e prassi del beneficium da Cicerone a Sene-ca, Palumbo, Palermo 2015, 262 pp., ISBN 88-6889-227-8, 24 €.
Giuseppe PEZZINI, Terence and the Verb “To Be” in Latin, «Oxford Classi-cal Monographs», Oxford University Press, Oxford 2015, XVI + 355 pp., ISBN 978-0-19-873624-0, 75 £.
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