Preface Introduction I: Artemidorus, the Oneirocritica, and its Purpose II: Composition III: Interpretation IV: Organization V: 'Political' Dimensions VI: The Autobiography of Artemidorus Redux VII: Cultural Contexts, Underpinnings, and Parallels VIII: Greek Text and English Translation Text and Translation Book 1 Book 2 Book 3 Book 4 Book 5 Commentary Book 1 Book 2 Book 3 Book 4 Book 5 Differences from the 1963 Teubner Text Bibliography
Daniel Harris-McCoy is currently a visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Classical Studies at Boston College. His research generally relates to Greek and Latin history of ideas. In addition to dreams, he is interested in how knowledge was transmitted in antiquity and the intellectual, aesthetic, and political dimensions of ancient technical and compilatory literature.
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