HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 90

Edited by R. J. Tarrant

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$70.50 • £61.95 • €64.95

ISBN 9780674379374

Publication Date: 01/27/1987

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This volume of sixteen articles includes: T. D. Barnes, “The Significance of Tacitus’ Dialogus de oratoribus”; Wendell Clausen, “Cicero and the New Poetry”; Gregory Crane, “Three Notes on Herodas 8”; Thomas K. Hubbard, “Pegasus’ Bridle and the Poetics of Pindar’s Thirteenth Olympian”; C. P. Jones, “Suetonius in the Probus of Giorgio Valla”; Peter E. Knox, “Ovid’s Medea and the Authenticity of Heroides 12”; Norbert F. Lain, “Catullus 68.145”; Jeffrey S. Rusten, “Structure, Style, and Sense in Interpreting Thucydides: The Soldier’s Choice (Thuc. 2.42.4)”; Richard Seaford, “Immortality, Salvation, and the Elements”; D. R. Shackleton Bailey, “Tu Marcellus eris”; Friedrich Solmsen, “Aeneas Founded Rome with Odysseus”; Joseph B. Solodow, “Raucae, tua cura, palumbes: Study of a Poetic Word Order”; Richard F. Thomas, “Unwanted Mice (Arat. Phaen. 1140–1141)” and “Virgil’s Georgics and the Art of Reference”; Brent Vine, “An Umbrian-Latin Correspondence”; and Robert Wallace, “The Date of Isokrates’ Areopagitikos.”

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