Harvard Studies in Classical Philology

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Harvard University Press, 1967 - Foreign Language Study - 460 pages
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This volume offers an unusual diversity of articles by contributors from Europe, America, and the Far East. Among the articles are: "Politics and Early Attic Tragedy," by John H. Finley, Jr.; "Pseudo-Xenophon," by G. W. Bowersock; "Noctes Propertianae," by G. P. Goold; "An Indo-European Construction in Greek and Latin," by Calvert Watkins; "Notes on Ennian Tragedy," by Otto Skutsch; and "The Consular Fasti of 23 B.C. and the Conspiracy of Varro Murena," by Michael Swan.
 

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Contents

POLITICS AND EARLY ATTIC TRAGEDY
1
EURIPIDES Electra
15
PSEUDOXENOPHON
33
Adnotatiunculae in Seruium
57
THE POEM ON THE CICADA
107
ON THE VERB Vero IN ENNIUS
121
CATULLUS I His POETIC CREED AND NEPOS
143
AN ORAL ANALYSIS
171
THE TEACHER OF PLUTARCH
205
THE CONSULAR Fasti OF 23 B C AND THE CONSPIRACY
235
A HITHERTO UNKNOWN TRANSLATION
249
THREE IMAGES OF THE GOD MEN
303
SUMMARIES OF DISSERTATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF PH D 196566
311
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