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    • Die doop, geloofsbelydenis en nagmaal: ware inisiasie of seremonie? 

      Dircksen, Marianne R. (University of Johannesburg, 2010)
      Anthropologists such as Van Gennep, Turner and Eliade identified the typical patterns, characteristics, purpose and function of the phenomenon of initiation and researched the importance of rites of passage in the spiritual ...
    • Mandrake from antiquity to Harry Potter 

      Dircksen, Marianne; Van den Berg, Marlene (Department of Ancient Studies, University of Stellenbosch, 2008)
      After an introductory paragraph which supplies a cursory overview of all the ancient sources on mandrake, a well known and popular drug amongst the ancients, the article provides a systemization of information obtained ...
    • Myth and identity 

      Dircksen, Marianne (Peter Lang, 2004)
    • A narratological reading of Tacitus’ historical works 

      Dircksen, Marianne (Universiteit van die Vrystaat, 1996)
      Three 20th-century literary approaches have had a marked influence on the reception of Tacitus' historical works. The historical and textual foci of the geistesgeschichtliche and New Critical approaches, respectively, have ...
    • Reassessing latin pedagody: a proposed model for South African learners 

      Dircksen, M. (University of Stellenbosch, 2016)
      At present two models of instruction predominate the scene of mainstream 21st century Latin pedagogy. The first, commonly known as the 'philological model' or 'grammar-and-translation' method, has been prevalent since the ...
    • The right to say "I don't" : the reception of the action for breach of promise 

      Geduld, Allison; Dircksen, Marianne (Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2013)
      Hierdie artikel speur die ontwikkeling en aard van die aksie vir troubreuk na van sy Romeinse oorsprong af deur die Kanonieke-, Engelse- en Romeins-Hollandse reg heen tot by die Suid-Afrikaanse reg in die jaar 2013. Die ...
    • Romeinse gode 

      Dircksen, M. (University of Stellenbosch, 1986)
    • Romeinse gode (vervolg) 

      Dircksen, M. (Universiteit van Stellenbosch, 1986)
    • Tacitis se uitbeelding van Agrippa Minor 

      Dircksen, M. (AOSIS, 1999)
      Ancient historiography has more in common with the historical novel than with modem historiography. The Annals of Tacitus should be seen as an artistic, narrative text which demands active participation by the reader in ...
    • Tacitus se Historiae I, 1-50: Enkele narratiewe aspekte 

      Dircksen, Marianne (Taylor & Francis, 1993)
      In this article it is maintained that, despite the scepticism of some traditional philologists, narratology does provide an effective method which can lead to a fresh interpretation of Greek and Roman historiography. The ...
    • Tacitus se Historiae I, 1-50: enkele narratiewe aspekte 

      Dircksen, Marianne (Taylor & Francis, 1993)
      In this article it is maintained that, despite the scepticism of some traditional philologists, narratology does provide an effective method which can lead to a fresh interpretation of Greek and Roman historiography. The ...