Eos CVII (2020), fasc. 1–2


  • Elżbieta Wesołowska, The Tears of Achilles in Homer’s Epic (with Some Remarks on his Followers), pp. 9–23. [First page]
  • Magdalena Stuligrosz, The Imagery and Symbolism of Fire in the Homeric Hymns and in Greek Choral Lyric, pp. 25–43. [First page]
  • Robert Zaborowski, Xenophon on Emotions in the Symposium and the Apology, pp. 45–58. [First page]
  • Jerzy Danielewicz, RATES/RATES: Another Gamma-Telestich in Ovid’s Ars Amatoria or an Acrogram Among Anagrams, pp. 59–64. [Full text]
  • Mariusz Plago, Lucan’s Use of Caesar’s Commentarii: Some Remarks on Lucan. V 461–475 and Caes. BCiv. III 18–19, pp. 65–85. [First page]
  • Miron Wolny, Pyrrhos‘ Beteiligung an der Schlacht bei Ipsos: Überlegungen zur Konzeption des Heldentums bei Plutarch (Pyrrh. 4, 4), pp. 87–108. [First page]
  • Michał Norbert Faszcza, Cedo alteram, or the Problem with Some Augustan Centurions in Times of Peace, pp. 109–125. [First page]
  • Danuta Okoń, Military Tribunate in the Careers of Roman Senators of the Severan Period. Part 2: Special Distinctions (dona militaria, adlectiones, commendatio Augusti), pp. 127–152. [First page]
  • Peter Riedlberger, A Critical Edition of Frg. Manich. renunt. (Fragmenta quattuor ad Manichaeum renuntiandum pertinentia), Including the Testimonium de Manichaeis sectatoribus, and of Aug. Epist. 79, pp. 153–186. [Full text]


  • Krzysztof T. Witczak, Jerzy Gaszewski, The Golden Jubilee of Professor Ignacy Ryszard Danka’s Doctorate, pp. 187–196. [First page]
  • Sbigneus Danek, De Ignatio Richardo Danka linguae Latinae cultore et defensore, pp. 197–201. [First page]


  • Henning Börm, Mordende Mitbürger. Stasis und Bürgerkrieg in griechischen Poleis des Hellenismus, Stuttgart 2019 (Sabine Müller), pp. 203–204. [Full text]
  • Sappho at Rome: A Review Article: Thea S. Thorsen, Stephen J. Harrison (eds.), Roman Receptions of Sappho, Oxford 2019 (Giuseppe Bocchi), pp. 205–214. [Full text]
  • Roman Monarchy: Succession Policies and the Legitimation of Power (A Review Article): Paweł Sawiński, The Succession of Imperial Power under the Julio-Claudian Dynasty (30 BC–AD 68), Berlin 2018, Oliver Hekster, Emperors and Ancestors: Roman Rulers and the Constraints of Tradition, Oxford 2015 (Lechosław Olszewski), pp. 215–224. [Full text]
  • Will Research into the History of Cities Change our Hypotheses Concerning Late Antiquity? (A Review Article): Mark Humphries, Cities and the Meanings of Late Antiquity, Leiden–Boston 2019 (Marek Wilczyński), pp. 225–231. [Full text]

  • Libri anno MMXX recepti, p. 232.