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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 95

Edited by Wendell Clausen

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$49.00 • £39.95 • €44.00

ISBN 9780674379435

Publication Date: 01/01/1993


  • Prefatory Note [Wendell Clausen]
  • The Fragments of Heliodorus Homericus [Andrew R. Dyck]
  • Aeschylus, Eumenides 64–88 and the Ex Cathedra Language of Apollo [Hayden Pelliccia]
  • Aeschyli Prometheus [G. Zuntz†]
  • Medicine, Music, and Magic: The Healing Grace of Pindar’s Fourth Nemean [G. A. Machemer]
  • On Pindar fr. 169 [Carlo O. Pavese]
  • Pindar’s “Oggetti Parlanti” [Deborah Steiner]
  • Parody and Later Greek Comedy [Heinz-Günther Nesselrath]
  • Athens’ Festival of the New Wine [Noel Robertson]
  • Two Problems in Theocritus (Id. 5.49, 22.66) [Richard F. Thomas]
  • Ilia’s Dream: Ennius, Virgil, and the Mythology of Seduction [Nita Krevans]
  • Remarks on the Andria of Terence [Benjamin Victor]
  • Comm. Pet. 10 [Cynthia Damon]
  • Oratory: The Art of Illusion [Harold Gotoff]
  • Ascanius, Gargara and Female Power in Georgics 3.269–270 [Henri J. W. Wijsman]*
  • Aeneid 2.57–59: The Ennian Background [Robert V. Albis]
  • Callimachus at the End of Aeneas’ Narration [Mario Geymonat]
  • Future Reflexive: Two Modes of Allusion and Ovid’s Heroides [Alessandro Barchiesi]
  • Boethius as a Transmitter of Greek Logic to the Latin West: The Categories [Monika Asztalos]
  • Summaries of Dissertations for the Degree of Ph.D.

* By misunderstanding this article was published in an uncorrected form in HSCP, vol. 94 (1992). Any reference should be made to the article as published here.

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