Rubens was mesmerised by faces. He studied physiognomy, the pseudo-science that began making headway in the sixteenth century, which postulated that a person’s character could be read from their facial features.
This international journal is the publication of the « Association for Late Antiquity ». The Association’s journal aims at enriching the study of written texts from the fourth to the eighth centuries by setting these into a wider context using a multidisciplinary approach covering history, archaeology, epigraphy, law and philology.
Aristotle’s Works on Logic and Metaphysics and Their Reception in the Middle Ages