HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 104

Edited by Nino Luraghi

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$49.95 • £39.95 • €45.00

ISBN 9780674031586

Publication Date: 02/15/2009

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This volume includes “Iliad 4.384 Tudê, Iliad 15.339 Mêkistê, and Odyssey 19.136 Odysê” by Jeremy Rau; “Craft Similes and the Construction of Heroes in the Iliad” by Naomi Rood; “The Tragic Pattern of the Iliad” by Yoav Rinon; “Herodotus and His Descendants: Numbers in Ancient and Modern Narratives of Xerxes’ Campaigns” by Catherine Rubincam; “Personal Pronouns as Identity Terms in Ancient Greek: The Surviving Tragedies and Euripides’ Bacchae” by Chiara Thumiger; “Epicurus’ Letter to Herodotus: Some Textual Notes” by Luis Andrés Bredlow Wenda; “Cultural Differences and Cross-Cultural Contact: Greek and Roman Concepts of ‘Power’” by Ulrich Gotter; “Hebescere virtus (Sallust bc 12.1): Metaphorical Ambiguity” by Christopher Krebs; “Aeneas’ Generic Wandering and the Construction of the Latin Literary Past: Ennian Epic vs. Ennian Tragedy in the Language of the Aeneid” by Jackie Elliott; “Virgil Aeneid 6.445–446: A Critical Note” by Luis Rivero García; “The Poet’s Mirror: Horace’s Carmen 4.10” by Monika Asztalos; “The City and Its Territory in the Province of Achaea and ‘Roman Greece’” by Denis Rousset; “Further to Ps.-Quintilian’s Longer Declamations” by D. R. Shackleton Bailey; and “Satire, Propaganda, and the Pleasure of Reading: Apuleius’ Stories of Curiosity in Context” by Alexander Kirichenko.

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