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Laurentian thesis

The Laurentian thesis responded to the continentalist implications of the frontier thesis by arguing that Canada was founded on an east–west axis—at the heart of which was the St Lawrence ...

hypothesis, literary

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John Dewar Denniston

The Oxford Classical Dictionary (4 ed.)

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Classical studies, History
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...recovered on papyrus ( POxy. 27. 2455, 2457, and 52. 3653; PSI 1286 ) grouped by initial letters in the same sort of quasi-alphabetical order as is found in the list of plays on the Piraeus stone IG 2. 2. 992 and as is indicated by the numerals attached to plays in the Laurentian MS of Euripides. They are a valuable source of information on lost plays. Since their date is probably of the 1st cent. bc they cannot be the same as those allegedly produced by Dicaearchus for Soph. (1) and Euripides (Sext. Emp. Math. 3. 3), which appear to have...