HARVARD STUDIES IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 109

Edited by Richard F. Thomas

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ISBN 9780674971653

Publication Date: 06/11/2018

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  • Zeus as (Rider of) Thunderbolt: A Brief Remark on Some of His Epithets [José Marcos Macedo]
  • Bronze Relief with Caeneus and Centaurs from Olympia [Nikoloz Shamugia]
  • The Violation of Wackernagel’s Law at Pindar Pythian 3.1 [Hayden Pelliccia]
  • Corinna’s “Old Wives’ Tales” [John Heath]
  • Lieux de Mémoire in the Plataean Speech (Thuc. 3.53–59) [Maria Pavlou]
  • A Note on [Aristotle] Problemata 26.61: Spider Webs as Weather Signs [Robert Mayhew]
  • The Date of [Demosthenes] XVII On the Treaty with Alexander [Sam Hitchings]
  • A Note on Diodorus 18.11.1, Arybbas, and the Lamian War [John Walsh]
  • Charicleia’s Identity and the Structure of Heliodorus’ Aethiopica [Loukas Papadimitropoulos]
  • Kun-egonde: A Euphemism in Lucilius [Ian Goh]
  • Iulius Romanus’ Remark on Titinius (123 G.): Emending a Strange Gloss [Javier Uría]
  • Borrowing Sappho’s Napkins: Sappho 101, Catullus 12, Theocritus 28 [Henry Spelman]
  • Granting Epicurean Wisdom at Rome: Exchange and Reciprocity in Lucretius’ Didactic (DRN 1.921–950) [Fabio Tutrone]
  • He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named: Aratus in Virgil’s Third Eclogue [Boris Kayachev]
  • Vergil’s ‘Posidippeanism’?: The Ἀνδριαντοποιικά in Georgics 4 and Statius’ Silvae [Florence Klein]
  • Evander’s Curse and the ‘Long Death’ of Mezentius (Verg. Aen. 8.483–488, 10.845–850) [Gianpiero Rosati]
  • The Poetics of Vision in Virgil’s Aeneid [Fiachra Mac Góráin]
  • Singing for Octavia: Vergil’s Life, Marcellus’ Death, and the End of Epic [Ioannis Ziogas]
  • Four Passages in Propertius’ Last Book of Elegies [Benjamin Victor]
  • Julian and Asclepius [David Greenwood]
  • Summaries of Dissertations for the Degree of Ph.D.

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