Harvard Studies in Classical Philology

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Harvard University Press, 1968 - Literary Criticism - 432 pages
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'The Harvard studies in classical philology' are published by the authority of the President and Fellows of Harvard College on behalf of the Class of 1856, as well as by other gifts and bequests. These studies are contributed chiefly by Harvard instructors and graduates, although articles by other are not excluded. The editor wishes to express thanks to his colleagues for help in preparing the volume.
 

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Contents

HOMER AS ORAL POET
1
THE NEW HERACLES POEM OF PINDAR
47
SOME REFLECTIONS ON ATE AND HAMARTIA
89
CALLIMACHUS FRAGMENTS 260261
125
THE SYMBOLISM OF THE APPLE IN GREEK AND ROMAN LITERATURE
147
A KINGS NOTEBOOKS
183
ROMAN POLICY IN SPAIN BEFORE THE HANNIBALIC WAR
205
THE FAMILY CONNECTIONS OF M LIVIUS DRUSUS LIBO
247
A REMARK ON LACHMANNS LAW j
295
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CRITICAL NOTES ON THE TEXT OF SERVIUS COMMENTARY
311
MAXIMIANUS A SATIRIST?
351
STAMPED POTTERS MARKS AND OTHER STAMPED POTTERY IN
369
AN ETRUSCAN HELMET IN THE MCDANIEL COLLECTION
383
SUMMARIES OF DISSERTATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF PH D 1967
391
Copyright

JULIUS NASO AND JULIUS SECUNDUS
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