HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 110

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HARDCOVER

$50.00 • £36.95 • €45.00

ISBN 9780674237315

Publication Date: 06/30/2020

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550 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

2 illus., 1 map, 4 tables

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This volume includes: Rachel Zelnick-Abramovitz, “Half Slave, Half Free: Partial Manumission in the Ancient Near East and Beyond”; Chris Eckerman, “I Weave a Variegated Headband: Metaphors for Song and Communication in Pindar’s Odes”; Alexander Nikolaev, “Through the Thicket: The Text of Pindar Olympian 6.54 (βατιᾶι τ’ ἐν ἀπειράτωι)”; Tobias Joho, “Alcibiadean Mysteries and Longing for ‘Absent’ and ‘Invisible Things’ in Thucydides’ Account of the Sicilian Expedition”; Peter Barrios Lech, “Menander and Catullus 8—Revisited: Menander Misoumenos and Catullus Carmen 8”; Katharina Volk, “Varro and the Disorder of Things”; John T. Ramsey, “The Date of the Consular Elections in 63 and the Inception of Catiline’s Conspiracy”; Brian D. McPhee, “Erulus and the Moliones: An Iliadic Intertext in Aeneid 8.560–567”; Julia Scarborough, “Eridanus in Elysium: The Underground Poetics of Virgil’s Violent River”; Geert Roskam, “Providential Gods and Social Justice: An Ancient Controversy on Theonomous Ethics”; Rafael J. Gallé Cejudo, “Progymnasmatic Alteration in the Love Letters of Philostratus”; Moysés Marcos, “Callidior ceteris persecutor: The Emperor Julian and His Place in Christian Historiography”; Valéry Berlincourt, “Dea Roma and Mars: Intertext and Structure in Claudian’s Panegyric for the Consuls Olybrius and Probinus”; Fabio Stok, “What is the Spangenberg Fragment?”; George M. Hollenback, “Do Not Steal Seed: An Overlooked Double Entendre in Oracula Sibyllina 2.71”; and Paolo Pellegrini, “R. A. B. Mynors and Harvard: An Unpublished Letter to E. K. Rand (10.10.1944).”

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