The Society of Latin Studies of Brussels (La Société d’Études Latines de Bruxelles – Latomus, ASBL) was founded on 11 July, 1936. It publishes, under the title LATOMUS, a quarterly journal and a series of monographs and miscellanies. Authors are encouraged to submit papers or books concerning all aspects of Latinity: texts, literature, history, institutions, archaeology, epigraphy, palaeography, Latin humanism, reception history, and so on.
Just published in the Collection:
|GRILLONE, Antonino||Gromatica militare: lo ps. Igino. Prefazione, testo, traduzione e commento||339|
|DEROUX, Carl||Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History. XVI. Edited by Carl Deroux||338|
|THOMSON, Mark||Studies in the Historia Augusta||337|
|ALBERTSON, Fred C.||Mars and Rhea Silvia in Roman Art||336|
|CAVALIERI, Marco||Nullus locus sine genio. Il ruolo aggregativo e religioso dei santuari extraurbani della Cisalpina tra protostoria, romanizzazione e piena romanità||335|
Issue 1 of volume 72 of the Latomus Journal, 2013:
This page would be incomplete whithout some words of acknowledgement to all those who made this website possible, first of all Carl Deroux, one of its spiritual fathers, Alain Martin, who was at the origin of the database, Mark Thomson, who translated the material in English, and last but not least Pierre-Yves Paulus, our webmanager.