HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 101

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$49.50 • £39.95 • €44.50

ISBN 9780674012738

Publication Date: 09/01/2003

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Volume 101 of Harvard Studies in Classical Philology will include the following contributions: Lucia Athanassaki, "Transformations of Colonial Disruption into Narrative Continuity in Pindar’s Epinician Odes"; Christina Clark, "Minos’ Touch and Theseus’ Glare: Gestures in Bakkhylides 17"; James J. Clauss, "Once upon a Time on Cos: A Banquet with Pan on the Side in Theocritus Idyll 7"; David M. Engel, "Women’s Role in the Home and the State: Stoic Theory Reconsidered"; John Gibert, "Apollo’s Sacrifice: The Limits of a Metaphor in Greek Tragedy"; Peter Grossardt, "The Title of Aeschylus’ Ostologoi"; Alex Hardie, "The Pindaric Sources of Horace Odes 1.12"; Albert Henrichs, "Hieroi Logoi and Hierai Bibloi: The (Un)Written Margins of the Sacred in Ancient Greece"; Hugh Lloyd-Jones, "Zeus, Prometheus, and Greek Ethics"; Christopher S. Mackay, "Quaestiones Pisonianae: Procedural and Chronological Notes on the S.C. De Cn. Pisone Patre"; Charles E. Murgia, "The Date of the Helen Episode"; Stephen Scully, "Reading the Shield of Achilles: Terror, Anger, Delight"; Alexander Sens, "Pleasures Recalled: A.R. 3.813-814, Asclepiades, and Homer"; D. R. Shackleton Bailey, "New Readings in Valerius Maximus"; R. Sklenar, "The Cosm(et)ology of Claudian’s In Sepulchrum Speciosae"; Mark Toher, "Nicolaus and Herod in the Antiquitates Judaicae"; Robert W. Wallace, "An Early Fifth-Century Athenian Revolution in Aulos Music"; and W. S. Watt, "Notes on the Anthologia Latina."

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