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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology welcomes articles dealing with all aspects of the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome and adheres to an inclusive definition of what constitutes philology. In addition to scholarship on language and written texts from the ancient world, HSCP publishes work, for example, on ancient history, philosophy, art history, and the reception of classical culture in late antiquity, the medieval period, and beyond.

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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology

Citation:

Thomas, Richard F., ed. 2021. “Harvard Studies in Classical Philology,” 111.

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Contents

Daniel Kölligan "Ὄρθος, The Watchdog"
Richard L. Phillips "Invisibility and Sight in Homer: Some Aspects of A. S. Pease Reconsidered"
Antonio Tibiletti "Pondering Pindaric Superlatives in Context"
Matthew Hiscock "Αὐθέντης: A 'Mot Fort' in the Discourse of Classical Athens"
James T. Clark "Off-Stage Cries? The Performance of Sophocles’ Philoctetes 201–218, Trachiniae 863–870, and Euripides’ Electra 747–760"
Giuseppe Pezzini "Terence and the Speculum Vitae: “Realism” and (Roman) Comedy"
Neil O’Sullivan "Quotations from Epicurean Philosophy and Greek Tragedy in Three Letters of Cicero"
Ernesto Paparazzo "A Study of Varro’s Account of Roman Civil Theology in the Antiquitates Rerum Divinarum and its Reception by Augustine and Modern Readers"
Joseph P. Dexter and Pramit Chaudhuri "Dardanio Anchisae: Hiatus, Homer, and Intermetricality in the Aeneid"
Michael A. Tueller "Dido the Author: Epigram and the Aeneid"
Benjamin Victor, Nancy Duval, and  Isabelle Chouinard "Subordinating si and ni in Virgil: Some Characteristic Uses, with Remarks on Aeneid 6.882–6.883
Richard Gaskin "On Being Pessimistic about the End of the Aeneid"
Gregory R. Mellen "Num Delenda est Karthago? Metrical Wordplay and the Text of Horace Odes 4.8"

Kyle Gervais

"Dominoque legere superstes? Epic and Empire at the End of the Thebaid"
D. Clint Burnett "Temple Sharing and Throne Sharing: A Reconsideration of Σύνναος and Σύνθρονος in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods"
Charles H. Cosgrove "Semi-Lyrical Reading of Greek Poetry in Late Antiquity"
Byron MacDougall "Better Recognize: Anagnorisis in Gregory of Nazianzus’s First Invective against Julian"
Alan Cameron "Jerome and the Historia Augusta"
Jessica H. Clark "Adfirmare and Appeals to Authority in Servius Danielis"
Jarrett T. Welsh "Nonius Marcellus and the Source Called 'Gloss. i'"

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