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Sammlung Tusculum

Ed. by Holzberg, Niklas / Zimmermann, Bernhard

Acad. advice by Figal, Günter / Kuhlmann, Peter / Männlein-Robert, Irmgard / Nickel, Rainer / Reitz, Christiane / Rengakos, Antonios / Schauer, Markus / Zgoll, Christian

Previously publ. under the title "Tusculum-Bücher"

    Overview

    • The most comprehensive collection of ancient classics in world literature with a German translation, fully accessible again
    • Over 270 volumes published 1923-2013–in print or as eBooks
    • Previously out-of-print titles and rarities available

    Aims and Scope

    Since 1923 the Sammlung Tusculum has published authoritative editions of Greek and Latin works together with a German translation. The original texts are comprehensively annotated, and feature an introductory chapter. In the new volumes, additional essays delve into specific aspects of the works, illuminating their historical context and reception to the present day. The high academic quality of the new editions together with clearly written essays and annotations make the Sammlung Tusculum essential reading for students who are discovering an ancient author for the first time as well as professional scholars who would like to gain a deeper understanding of specific aspects of a given work. Moreover, the series is ideal for lay readers who would like to engage with antiquity through a reliable German translation.

    The series contains over 270 titles, available in print and eBook editions, making previously out-of-print titles and rarities available again for the first time.

    In order to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the series, De Gruyter is proud to present Tusculum Online, an eBook package which contains all titles that appeared between 1923 and 2013 – a fitting tribute to an important part of German publishing history.

    For more information, please see www.degruyter.com/tusculum

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    Früher unter dem Titel "Tusculum-Bücher"
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