Cameron found this epigram, on the offering of a lock of hair, 'a rather banal piece' and suggested that it was not by Palladas, but by some other poet whom Palladas included in his Sylloge
(his own collection of his poems which were absorbed into the Greek Anthology by Constantine Cephalas) and then parodied in the next epigram, 6.
Bacharach announced the electronic publication of "A Complete Catalog [Sylloge
] of the Glass Weights, Vessel Stamps and Ring Weights in the Gayer-Anderson Museum, Cairo [Mathaf Bayt al-Kritiliyya]," henceforth referred to as the Gayer-Anderson Digital Sylloge
The Corpus of Early Medieval Coin Finds (EMC) records single discoveries across the UK, and at the time of writing, comprises a database of over 10 400 coins for the period AD 410-1180 (or 55 000 if the hoard finds from the related online Sylloge
of Coins of the British Isles is included).
of Coins of the British Isles 56 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001).
In fact, the poem that concludes the sylloge
(translated by the late Sonia Raiziss) is a lai that also reminds us of Villon's "Ballade de dames du temps jadis," whose well- known closing refrain leaves the fine question "But where are the snows of yesteryear," and announces a personal "second coming" a la de Sade: "I am the malaise / -here I wait for the coming of wind / through the window open to the snow / on the roof and the carcass of a man, / don't deceive me / -here I wait for the coming of an incorruptible / Justine.
31) The polished official version of this oration also includes a short sylloge
of classical inscriptions from Ancona.
praecipuorum documentorum recentium Summorum Pontificum et S.
nummorum sasanidarum Israel; the Sasanian and Sasanian-type coins in the collections of the Hebrew University (Jerusalem).
Cousin, who came into the service of Erasmus in 1530, completed his Sylloge
, a supplement to his master's work, in 1559.
Numorum Arnbicorum Tubingen: Nord und Ostzentralasien, vol.
Jenkins' studies, particularly the Sylloge
Nummorum Graecorum, in supplanting Muller's outdated catalog, and the significance of E.
This book is the first of a planned series of perhaps thirty-five volumes that will publish the fifty thousand or so Islamic coins in the collections of Tubingen University, using the Sylloge
Numorum Graecorum as a model.