Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 107

Citation:

Rau, Jeremy, ed. 2013. “Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 107.” Cambridge, MA: Department of the Classics, Harvard University, 107.

Abstract:

Contents

Sarah Harden and Adrian Kelly

"Proemic Convention and Character Construction in Early Greek Epic"

Felix Budelmann "Alcman’s Nightscapes (Frs. 89 and 90 PMGF)"
Wilfred Major "Epicharmus, Tisias, and the Early History of Rhetoric"

Timothy G. Barnes  "δρακείς, δέδορκε and the Visualization of κλέος in Pindar"

Rob Sobak  "Dance, Deixis, and the Performance of Kyrenean Identity: A Thematic Commentary on Pindar’s Fifth Pythian"

Olga Tribulato  "Of Chaos, Nobility and Double Entendres: The Etymology of χαῖος and βαθυχαῖος (Ar. Lys. 90–91, 1157; Aesch. Supp. 858; Theoc. 7.3)"

Davide Secci "Hercules, Cacus and Evander's Myth-Making in Aeneid 8"

Tom Keeline  "The Literary and Stylistic Qualities of a Plinian Letter"

Giuseppe La Bua  "Between Poetry and Politics: Horace and the East"

Arjan Zuiderhoek  "No Free Lunches: Paraprasis in the Greek Cities of the Roman East"

Tristan Power  "Nero’s Cannibal (Suetonius Nero 37.2)"

Jeroen Lauwers  "Systems of Sophistry and Philosophy: The Case of the Second Sophistic"

Scott McGill "The Plagiarized Virgil in Donatus, Servius, and the Anthologia Latina"

John Fitch

"Textual Notes on Palladius Opus Agriculturae"

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