Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 79
Harvard University Press, 1890 - Classical philology - 396 pages
Harvard Studies In Philology are published by the authority of the President and Fellows of Harvard College on behalf of the Department of Classics.
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OXYRHYNcHUS AND ROME
The Frequency and Structuring of Traditional Formulas
An Epinician Metaphor
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Alexandrian Amor Apol Apollonius Apostol appears argument associated Athenian Athens Augustan Augustus Bacchylides Bembine scholia caesura Catullus century Cherniss commentary context crown Culex Cupid Democritus Diogenian Donatus Earinus ecphrasis emperor epic Epigrams epinician ethical Etruscus Euhemerus evidence example f>vois fact Fraenkel fragment friends Gratian Greek Hadrian hand Heraclides Hesiod Hittite Homer Horace Horace's Horaz HSCP Iliad imperial chair interpretation Latin Leipzig letters literary love-god Macar manuscripts Martial Melior mentioned metaphor Moretum narrative Odes original Ovid Oxyrhynchus parallel parody passage patrons pattern Pausanias Persaeus phenomena PHerc Philiscus Philodemus Philostratus phrase Pindar Plato Pliny poem poet poetic Polla POxy Prodicus Propertius ravra reference river motif Roman Rome Sardian scholia scholiast Silvae similar stasis Statius Stella straight formula suggests Terence thematic Theogony three-part lines Thucydides tion toiovtov tombs tovto tradition Venus verb verse victor word