HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
Cover: Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 105 in HARDCOVER

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 105

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$49.50 • £39.95 • €44.50

ISBN 9780674053441

Publication Date: 09/01/2010

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This volume includes Carolyn Higbie, “Divide and Edit: A Brief History of Book Divisions”; Ho Kim, “Aristotle’s Hamartia Reconsidered”; Andrew Faulkner, “Callimachus and His Allusive Virgins: Delos, Hestia, and the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite”; José M. González, “Theokritos’ Idyll 16: The Χάριτες [Kharites] and Civic Poetry”; Matthew Leigh, “Boxing and Sacrifice: Apollonius, Vergil, and Valerius”; Sviatoslav Dmitriev, “The Rhodian Loss of Caunus and Stratonicea in the 160s”; Radosław Piętka, “Trina tempestas (Carmina Einsidlensia 2.33)”; James Uden, “The Vanishing Gardens of Priapus”; Maria Ypsilanti, “Trimalchio and Fortunata as Zeus and Hera: Quarrel in the Cena and Iliad 1”; Martin Korenjak, “Ps.-Dionysius Ars Rhetorica I–VII: One Complete Treatise”; Jarrett T. Welsh, “The Grammarian C. Iulius Romanus and the Fabula Togata”; Silvio Bär, “Quintus of Smyrna and the Second Sophistic”; and Simon Price, “The Road to Conversion: The Life and Work of A. D. Nock.”

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