Cover: Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 112 in HARDCOVER

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 112

Edited by Jan M. Ziolkowski

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$50.00 • £43.95 • €45.95

ISBN 9780674292628

Publication Date: 04/04/2023


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This volume includes: Olga Levaniouk, “The Dreams of Barčin and Penelope”; Paul Hosle, “Bacchylides’ Theseus and Vergil’s Aristaeus”; Vayos Liapis, “Arion and the Dolphin: Apollo Delphinios and Maritime Networks in Herodotus”; Nino Luraghi, “The Peloponnesian Peace: Herodotus, Thucydides and the Ideology of the Peace of Nicias”; Andrea Capra, “The Staging and Meaning of Aristophanes’ Assemblywomen”; Konstantine Panegyres, “Moses, Pharaoh, and the Waters of the Nile (Artapanus, FGrHist 726 F 3)”; Roy D. Kotansky, “Underworld and Celestial Eschatologies in the ‘Orphic’ Gold Leaves”; Vittorio Remo Danovi, “New Fragments of the Libri Etruscorum and Varro in Vergilian Scholia”; T. H. M. Gellar-Goad, “Tears and Personified Nature in Juvenal 15.131–140 and Lucretius 3.931–962”; Tristan Power, “Textual Emendations to Catullus 55.9–12”; Francesco Rotiroti , “From Beneficent God to Maddened Bull: The Shepherd of Men in the Works of Virgil”; John S. Eidinow, “The Critic and the Farmer: Horace, Maecenas, and Virgil in Horace Odes 1.1”; Shirley Werner, “The Rules of the Game: Imitation and Mimesis in Horace Epistles 1.19”; Francis Newton, “Ovid Metamorphoses 1: Jupiter’s Plebeians, Augustus’ Titles, and the Poet’s Exile”; Simona Martorana, “Omission and Allusion: When Statius’ Hypsipyle Reads Ovid’s Heroides 6”; Michael Zellmann-Rohrer, “The Chronokratores in Greek Astrology, in Light of a New Papyrus Text”; Konstantine Panegyres, “ΒΟΜΒΟΣ (Heliodorus Aethiopica 9.17.1)”; and Andrew C. Johnston, “Aemilius and the Crown: Rome and the Hellenistic World of the Alexander Romance.”

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