HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 86

Edited by Wendell Clausen

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$49.00 • £39.95 • €44.00

ISBN 9780674379336

Publication Date: 11/10/1982

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296 pages

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

2 maps, 2 halftones, 2 line illustrations, 10 tables

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  • Prefatory Note [Wendell Clausen]
  • The Earliest Stages in the History of Hesiod’s Text [Friedrich Solmsen]
  • The Achaean Wall and the Myth of Destruction [Ruth Scodel]
  • Alkestis Redux [Michael R. Halleran]
  • A Phantom Fragment of Theopompus and Philip II’s First Campaign in Thessaly [Thomas R. Martin]
  • Notes on Plautus’ Bacchides [Otto Skutsch]
  • Gadflies (Virg. Geo. 3.146–148) [Richard F. Thomas]
  • Homoeoteleuton in Latin Dactylic Poetry [Lennart Håkanson]
  • Notes on the Aegritudo Perdicae [John Hunt]
  • Cicero, pro Sulla 68 and Catiline’s Candidacy in 66 BC [John T. Ramsey]
  • The Coitio of 54 BC, or Waiting for Caesar [G. V. Sumner]
  • The Funerary Inscription of the Physician of Caecilia Crassi in the Fogg Art Museum [Herbert Bloch]
  • Augustus and August: Some Pitfalls of Historical Fiction [A. B. Bosworth]
  • Curatores Aquarum [R. H. Rodgers]
  • The Career of Arrian [Ronald Syme]
  • Roman Life Expectancy: Ulpian’s Evidence [Bruce Frier]
  • Petrarch and Vergil’s First Eclogue: The Codex Ambrosianus [Mary Louise Lord]
  • Summaries of Dissertations for the Degree of Ph.D.

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