Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 78
Harvard University Press, 1974 - Literary Criticism - 296 pages
Among the eleven articles in this volume, dedicated to Mason Hammond, are "The Emergence of Mediaeval Towns: Independence or Continuity?" by Professor Hammond; "Existimatio, Fama, and the Ides of March," by Zvi Yavetz; "Sophocles: Ajax 815-824," by Cedric H. Whitman; "The Myth of Pindar's First Nemean Sportsmen, Poetry, and Paideia," by Peter W. Rose; "Aristophanes' Ranae 862: A Note on the Anatomy of Euripidean Tragedy," by Gregory W. Dickerson; "Speech and Narrative in the Aeneid," by Gilbert Highet; and "The 'Lighthouse' of Abusir in Egypt," by Fawzi el Fakharani.
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Existimatio Fama and the Ides of March
A HANDLIST OF SATYR PLAYS
A NOTE ON THE ANATOMY OF EURI
SPEECH AND NARRATIVE IN THE Aeneid
Nunc levis est tractanda Venus
DRAPED HERM FROM SARDIS
THE LIGHTHOUSE OF ABUSIR IN EGYPT
SUMMARIES OF DISSERTATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF PH D
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