Studia Latina Upsaliensia

  • Geijersalen, Engelska parken, Uppsala 2014-10-17 kl 10:15

    Dahlberg, Elena

    The Voice of a Waning Empire: Selected Latin Poetry of Magnus Rönnow from the Great Northern War. Edited, with Introduction, Translation and Commentary

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  • Sjökvist, Peter

    The Music Theory of Harald Vallerius: Three Dissertations from 17th-century Sweden

    Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2012.

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  • Geijersalen, Engelska parken, Humanistiskt centrum, Thunbergsvägen 3, Uppsala 2008-01-19 kl 10:15

    Eskhult, Josef

    Andreas Norrelius' Latin translation of Johan Kemper's Hebrew commentary on Matthew edited with introduction and philological commentary

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  • Ihresalen, Engelska parken. Humanistiskt centrum, Thunbergsvägen 3, Uppsala 2007-12-15 kl 10:15

    Sjökvist, Peter

    The Early Latin Poetry of Sylvester Johannis Phrygius: Edited, with Introduction, Translation and Commentary

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  • Berggren, Maria; Henriksén, Christer

    Miraculum Eruditionis: Neo-Latin Studies in Honour of Hans Helander

    2007.

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  • Helander, Hans

    Neo-Latin literature in Sweden in the Period 1620-1720: Stylistics, Vocabulary and Characteristic Ideas

    Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Uppsala, 2004.

  • Ihresalen, SVC, Uppsala 2003-12-12 kl 14:00

    Örneholm, Urban

    Four Eighteenth-century Medical Dissertations under the Presidency of Nils Rosén: Edited and translated, with an introduction and commentary by Urban Örneholm

  • Ihresalen, Språkvetenskapligt Centrum (SVC), Uppsala 2003-09-27 kl 10:15

    Fredriksson Adman, Anna

    Heymericus de Campo: Dyalogus super Reuelacionibus beate Birgitte: A Critical Edition with an Introduction

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  • Ihresalen, SVC, Uppsala 2001-09-29 kl 10:15

    Oldsjö, Fredrik

    Tense and Aspect in Caesar's Narrative

  • Ihresalen, Språkvetenskapligt centrum, Uppsala, Uppsala 2000-02-26 kl 10:00

    Östlund, Krister

    Johan Ihre on the origins and history of the runes: Three Latin dissertations from the mid 18th century