The constitution, transmission and preservation of all knowledge about antiquity have always been highly mediated acts. As an epoch long past, antiquity can only be constituted through the mediation of relicts, texts, traditions and other evidence. This volume focuses on this aspect of mediacy, which is both a necessary and a decisive constituent of our knowledge of antiquity, and enquires searchingly into the aesthetic dimensions of mediation and how these are incorporated into the form of our knowledge about antiquity.
Ernst Osterkamp, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
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