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24 February 2022

Quo, quo scelesti ruitis?

Quo, quo scelesti ruitis? Aut cur dexteris
    aptantur enses conditi?
(Hor. Epod. 7, 1-2)

07 February 2022

Online presentation of the "Biographical Dictionary of St Petersburg Classicists in the 19th - early 20th century"

Online presentation of the "Biographical Dictionary of St Petersburg Classicists in the 19th - early 20th century"

25 December 2021

A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY of St PETERSBURG CLASSICISTS in the 19th – early 20th CENTURIES

The Bibliotheca classica has published
A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY of St PETERSBURG CLASSICISTS in the 19th – early 20th CENTURIES in three volumes. Bibliotheca classica Petropolitana, Saint Petersburg Institute Of History Of Russian Academy of Sciences. Edited by A. K. Gavrilov (ed. in chief), E. D. Blashchuk, O. V. Budaragina, N. K. Jijina, D. V. Keyer, A. I. Ruban, T. V. Shaburina (ed. secretary), A. L. Verlinsky, Yu. A. Vinogradov, V. V. Zelchenko.

23 May 2021

80th anniversary

Alexander K. Gavrilov, the founder of the Bibliotheca classica, is 80 today! 

All of us, his pupils and colleagues, wish him creative longevity, fulfilment of his plans, and sound health!

 

18 March 2020

Античный кабинет закрывается для читателей

The Bibliotheca Classica will be closed from the 17 March in an effort to help contain the spread of COVID-19.

24 April 2018 19:00

Talk by Prof. Bernd Seidensticker (Berlin)

Talk by Prof. Bernd Seidensticker (Berlin) “Ancient Drama and Reception of Antiquity in the Theatre and Drama of the German Democratic Republic (GDR)”
 

03 April 2017

RIP

Bibliotheca classica grieves over the victims of the terrorist attack in St Petersburg today

15 December 2016

Lecture by V. T. Musbakhova

Lecture by V. T. Musbakhova "Antigone against citizens: S. Ant. 907? To the geneology of Sophoclean narrative"

27 September 2016

Lecture by Prof. S. Douglas Olson

Lecture by Prof. S. Douglas Olson "Inscriptional Evidence for the History of Greek Comedy"

28 May 2016 17:00

Paper by Prof. M. Gagarin

Prof. Michael Gagarin (The University of Texas at Austin) will present his paper "Rhetoric and Athenian Law".

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