HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 96

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HARDCOVER

$47.50 • £41.95 • €43.95

ISBN 9780674379442

Publication Date: 03/17/1997

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350 pages

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

2 maps, 5 halftones

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This volume of nineteen articles offers: Marianne Palmer Bonz, “The Jewish Donor Inscriptions from Aphrodisias: Are They Both Third-Century, and Who Are the Theosebeis?”; Timothy W. Boyd, “Where Ion Stood, What Ion Sang”; C. O. Brink, “Can Tacitus’ Dialogus Be Dated? Evidence and Historical Conclusions”; Robert D. Brown, “The Bed-Wetters in Lucretius 4.1026”; Joseph W. Day, “Interactive Offerings: Early Greek Dedicatory Epigrams and Ritual”; Marian Demos, “Callicles’ Quotation of Pindar in the Gorgias”; Margalit Finkelberg, “The Dialect Continuum of Ancient Greek”; Andrew Garrett and Leslie Kurke, “Pudenda Asiae Minoris”; Stephen Harrison, “Yew and Bow: Vergil Georgics 2.448”; C. P. Jones, “A Geographical Setting for the Baucis and Philemon Legend (Ovid Metamorphoses 8.611–724)”; Alan Kershaw, “En in the Senecan Dramatic Corpus”; Paul T. Keyser, “Later Authors in Nonius Marcellus and His Date”; William T. Loomis, “Entella Tablets VI (254–241 B.C.) and VII (20th cent. A.D.?)”; Alan Nussbaum, “Five Latin Verbs from Root *leik-”; Michael Peachin, “The Case of the Heiress Camilia Pia”; Alexander Sens, “A Beggarly Boxer: Theocritus Idyll 22.134”; D. R. Shackleton Bailey, “Comm. Pet. 10”; W. S. Watt, “Notes on Seneca De Beneficiis, De Clementia, and Dialogi”; and Shirley Werner, “On the History of the Commenta Bernensia and the Adnotationes super Lucanum.”

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