Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 79

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Harvard University Press, 1976 - Literary Criticism - 76 pages
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Contents

OXYRHYNCHUS AND ROME
1
THE FREQUENCY AND STRUCTURING OF TRADITIONAL FORMULAS
25
AN EPINICIAN METAPHOR
55
A NOTE
69
DEMOCRITUS AND PRODICUS
93
Timaeus 49a65ob5
125
Ag 612 AND THEODORIDAS AP XIII 21
149
AMOR AND CUPID
165
ADDENDA TO HSCP 77 1973
181
THE RECURRENT MOTIFS OF HORACE Carmina IV
189
THE SECOND BOOK OF PROPERTIUS
229
THE FRIENDS OF MARTIAL STATIUS AND PLINY AND
265
INSCRIPTIONS OF PERGAMUM
301
CONSTANS AND GRATIAN IN ROME
325
SUMMARIES OF DISSERTATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF PH D
355
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At the time of his death G. P. Goold was William Lampson Professor Emeritus of Latin Language and Literature, Yale University, and Editor Emeritus of the Loeb Classical Library(R).

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