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Statius Volume I

Silvae

Statius

Edited and translated by D. R. Shackleton Bailey

Revised by Christopher A. Parrott

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674996908

Publication Date: 06/01/2015

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464 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches

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  • Acknowledgment [D. R. Shackleton Bailey]
  • Foreword to the Corrected Edition [Christopher A. Parrott]
  • Introduction
    • Text
    • Commentaries
    • Translation
  • Recent Scholarship on the Silvae and Their Context: An Overview [Kathleen M. Coleman]
  • Abbreviations
  • Silvae
    • Book I
      • Prefatory Notes
      • Statius to His Friend Stella
      • 1. The Statue of Domitian
      • 2. Wedding Ode in Honor of Stella and Violentilla
      • 3. The Villa of Manilius Vopiscus
      • 4. To Rutilius Gallicus
      • 5. The Baths of Claudius Etruscus
      • 6. The Kalends of December
    • Book II
      • Prefatory Notes
      • Statius to His Friend Melior
      • 1. Glaucias
      • 2. The Villa of Pollius Felix
      • 3. The Tree of Atedius Melior
      • 4. The Parrot of the Same
      • 5. The Tame Lion
      • 6. Consolation to Flavius Ursus
      • 7. To Polla on Lucan’s Birthday
    • Book III
      • Prefatory Notes
      • Statius to His Friend Pollius
      • 1. The Hercules at Surrentum
      • 2. Send-off to Maecius Celer
      • 3. Consolation to Claudius Etruscus
      • 4. The Hair of Flavius Earinus
      • 5. To His Wife Claudia
    • Book IV
      • Prefatory Notes
      • Statius to His Friend Marcellus
      • 1. The Seventeenth Consulship of Augustus
      • 2. To the Emperor Domitian
      • 3. The Domitian Way
      • 4. To Vitorius Marcellus
      • 5. Ode to Septimius Severus
      • 6. The Hercules Statuette
      • 7. Ode to Vibius Maximus
      • 8. Poem of Congratulation
      • 9. Jesting Hendecasyllabics
    • Book V
      • Prefatory Notes
      • Statius to His Friend Abascantus
      • 1. On the Death of Priscilla
      • 2. Praises of Crispinus
      • 3. Lament for His Father
      • 4. Sleep
      • 5. A Lament for His Boy
  • Critical Appendix
  • Index

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