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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 81

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$49.00 • £39.95 • €44.00

ISBN 9780674379282

Publication Date: 01/01/1977


  • Prefatory Note [Albert Henrichs]
  • La titulature de Nicée et de Nicomédie: La gloire et la haine [Louis Robert]
  • Ad Hoc Invention in the Iliad [M. M. Willcock]
  • Apollo’s Perfidy: Iliad Ω 59–63 [Ruth Scodel]
  • Callinus 1 and Tyrtaeus 10 as Poetry [A. W. H. Adkins]
  • The Oresteia and Cimon [John R. Cole]
  • Has Good Prevailed? A Further Study of the Oresteia [Philip Vellacott]
  • Three Passages from the Andromache [David Kovacs]
  • Wasps 1360–1369: Philokleon’s τωθασμος [Jeffrey S. Rusten]
  • The Curse of Civilization: The Choral Odes of the Phoenissae [Marylin B. Arthur]
  • Thucydides 2.65.8: ελευθερως [Lowell Edmunds and Richard Martin]
  • A New Serenus Stamping from Sardis and the Origins of the Eastern Sigillata B Ware [James F. Wrabetz]
  • On Valerius Flaccus [D. R. Shackleton Bailey]
  • Arrian and the Alani [A. B. Bosworth]
  • A Fourth-Century Latin Soldier’s Epitaph at Nakolea [Thomas Drew-Bear]
  • Seventeen Letters of Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff to Eduard Fraenkel [William Musgrave Calder III]
  • Summaries of Dissertations for the Degree of Ph.D.

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