New edition of Рresocratic fragments: materials of Herculaneum papyri. Vassallo, C. (2021). The Presocratics at Herculaneum. A Study of Early Greek Philosophy in the Epicurean Tradition. Berlin: De Gruyter.
Keywords:ancient papyrology, early Greek philosophy, classical reception studies, Epicureanism
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