HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 107

Edited by Jeremy Rau

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$50.00 • £40.95 • €45.00

ISBN 9780674726772

Publication Date: 08/18/2014

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This volume includes “Proemic Convention and Character Construction in Early Greek Epic” by Sarah Harden and Adrian Kelly; “Alcman’s Nightscapes (Frs. 89 and 90 PMGF)” by Felix Budelmann; “Epicharmus, Tisias, and the Early History of Rhetoric” by Wilfred Major; “drakeís, dédorke and the Visualization of kléos in Pindar” by Timothy Barnes; “Dance, Deixis, and the Performance of Kyrenean Identity: A Thematic Commentary on Pindar’s Fifth Pythian” by Robert Sobak; “Of Chaos, Nobility and Double Entendres: The Etymology of xaîos and bathuxaîos (Ar. Lys. 90–91, 1157; Aesch. Supp. 858; Theoc. 7.3)” by Olga Tribulato; “Hercules, Cacus, and Evander’s Myth-Making in Aeneid 8” by Davide Secci; “The Literary and Stylistic Qualities of a Plinian Letter” by Thomas Keeline; “Between Poetry and Politics: Horace and the East” by Giuseppe La Bua; “No Free Lunches: Paraprasis in the Greek Cities of the Roman East” by Arjan Zuiderhoek; “Nero’s Cannibal (Suetonius Nero 37.2)” by Tristan Power; “Systems of Sophistry and Philosophy: The Case of the Second Sophistic” by Jeroen Lauwers; “The Plagiarized Virgil in Donatus, Servius, and the Anthologia Latina” by Scott McGill; and “Textual Notes on Palladius Opus Agriculturae” by John Fitch.

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