Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 76

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Harvard University Press, 1972 - Literary Criticism - 336 pages
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Among the seventeen articles in this volume, dedicated to Walton Brooks McDaniel, are: "Language and Characterization in Homer," by the late Adam Parry; "The Rhythm of Hesiod's Works and Days," by Charles Rowan Beye; "Pindar Fr. 169," by Hugh Lloyd-Jones; "Nationality as a Factor in Roman History," by F. W. Walbank; "Readings in Early Latin," by Otto Skutsch; "On the Date of the First Eclogue," by Wendell Clausen; "The Textual History of Juvenal and the Oxford Lines," by Georg Luck; "The Multiples of the as," by James A. Willis; "Ostraca Harvardiana," by Gerald M. Browne; and "A White-Ground Cup by Euphronios," by Joan R. Mertens.
 

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Contents

LANGUAGE AND CHARACTERIZATION IN HOMER
1
THE RHYTHM OF HESIOD Works and Days
23
PINDAR FR 169
45
AESCHYLEAN SILENCES AND SILENCES IN AESCHYLUS
57
DARIUS SCYTHIAN EXPEDITION
99
THE LEKYTHOS AND Frogs 12001248
133
NATIONALITY AS A FACTOR IN ROMAN HISTORY
145
READINGS IN EARLY LATIN
169
THE AEDILESHIP OF FAVONIUS CURIO THE YOUNGER
181
ON THE DATE OF THE First Eclogue
201
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