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Ward W. Briggs

Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press (1986)

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About this Item: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986. Condition: Good. First Edition. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP15508700

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Ward W. Briggs

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About this Item: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986. Condition: Good. First Edition. Ships from Reno, NV. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP95703370

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Benson, Adolph B.

Published by University of Illinois Press., Urbana (1929)

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About this Item: University of Illinois Press., Urbana, 1929. Softcover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition Thus. Tan wraps with black titles. Light general wear with some aging. This is an offprint article, that clears up all of the misconception in Freneau's "Scandinavian War Song." A small catalog for the Columbia University Indo-Iranian Series is laid in. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 6 pages. Seller Inventory # 15132

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Basil L. Gildersleeve

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1896. 1/2 leather. First edition.. Book Condition: good/very good. Clean inside pages. Crack to inside spine. Reading copy. 1/2 leather covers have moderate rubbing. Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037455

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Basil L. Gildersleeve

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1885. 1/2 leather. First edition.. Book Condition: Good/Very good. Clean inside pages. Tight binding. Reading copy. 1/2 leather covers have light rubbing and chipping to corners and sppine ends and edges. Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037448

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Basil L. Gildersleeve

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1889. 1/2 leather. First edition.. Book Condition: Good/Very good. Clean inside pages. Tight binding. Reading copy. 1/2 leather covers have light rubbing and chipping to corners and spine ends and edges. Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037449

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Basil L. Gildersleeve

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1888. 1/2 leather. First edition.. Book Condition: Good/Very good. Clean inside pages. Tight binding. Reading copy. 1/2 leather covers have light rubbing and chipping to corners and spine ends and edges. Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037450

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Basil L. Gildersleeve

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1894. 1/2 leather. First edition.. Book Condition: good. Clean inside pages. Crack to inside spine. Reading copy. 1/2 leather covers have moderate rubbing. Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037454

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Basil L. Gildersleeve

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1895. 1/2 leather. First edition.. Book Condition: good/very good. Clean inside pages. Crack to inside spine. Reading copy. 1/2 leather covers have moderate rubbing. Crack to outside spine. Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037456

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Basil L. Gildersleeve

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1891. Hard cover. Baltimore: American Journal of Philology, 1880-1934 (illustrator). First edition.. Book Condition: good. Clean inside pages. Binders tape on spine. Moderate rubbing to covers. Reading copy. Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037856

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Basil L. Gildersleeve Editor

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1893. 1/2 leather. Baltimore: American Journal of Philology, 1880-1934 (illustrator). First edition.. Book Condition: Fair/good. Clean inside pages. Binders tape on spine with rubbing to edges Reading copy. Fair. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037867

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Basil L. Gildersleeve Editor

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1890. 1/2 leather. Baltimore: American Journal of Philology, 1880-1934 (illustrator). First edition.. Book Condition: Fair/good. Clean inside pages. Binders tape on spine with rubbing to edges Reading copy. Fair. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037868

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Basil L. Gildersleeve Editor

Published by The Editor, Baltimore (1886)

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About this Item: The Editor, Baltimore, 1886. 1/2 leather. Baltimore: American Journal of Philology, 1880-1934 (illustrator). First edition.. Book Condition: Fair/good. Clean inside pages. Binders tape on spine with rubbing to edges Reading copy. Fair. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Seller Inventory # KensBooks2.0037869

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Published by U.S.A.: Johns Hopkins University Press (2005)

ISBN 10: 0801882028 ISBN 13: 9780801882029

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About this Item: U.S.A.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Seller Inventory # HA311ZA(C)

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Ward W. Briggs

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About this Item: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory # GRP91409562

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Thomas Austenfeld, George English Brooks, Paul Douglass, Charles Hammond Jr, Nicole Sierra, Dustin Zima & Friederike von Schwerin-High Roswitha Burwick

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About this Item: Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, 2012. Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Near Fine green paperback. 128 pages, unmarked. [dp50 0917]. ; DPEC L9L; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 128 pages. Seller Inventory # 44505

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Gildersleeve, B.L. (First editor and Founder)

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About this Item: Baltimore, The John Hopkins Press, 1983. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 472 & iv pages. With library stamps & labels. Light wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 104 1983- Aegospotami Reexamined (Barry S. Strauss) - Anacreon, 358 PMG (Miroslav Marcovich) - The Ancient Accounts of the Battle of Cunaxa (J. M. Bigwood) - Andromache and Dido (Grace Starry West) - Apuleius, Platonic Dualism, and Eleven (Steven Heller) - ASMIS, Elizabeth. Rhetoric and Reason in Lucretius - The Astronomical Crux at Georgies 4.234 (Edwin L. Brown) - Atossa’s Second Entrance: Significant Inaction in Aeschylus’ Persai (David Sider) - BADIAN, E. The Silence of Norbanus - Bedu-Addo, J. T. Sense-Experience and Recollection in Plato’s Meno - BIGWOOD, J. M. The Ancient Accounts of the Battle of Cunaxa - BRIGGS, Ward W., Jr. Housman and Polar Errors - Brown, Edwin L. The Astronomical Crux at Georgies 4.234 - CALDER, William M., III. Diogenes Laertius 3.6: Plato and Euripides - Cash from the Emperor: A Veteran’s Gravestone at Elecik in Galatia (Michael P. Speidel)- CHAPMAN, G. A. H. Some Notes on Dramatic Illusion in Aristophanes - Davidson, J. F. Sophocles, Ajax 172-79 - Diogenes Laertius 3.6: Plato and Euripides (William M. Calder III) - Ditty, John. On an Epigram of Agathias (AP XI 382) - The Echo of a Chaste Obscenity: Verg. E. VI.26 and Symm. EP. VI.22.1 (Robert A. Raster) - Fate, Apollo, and M. Junius Brutus (John Moles) - Foreshadowing and Dramatic Irony in the Story of Dido (Frances Muecke) - HAMP, Eric P. ?f?a, t?f?a- HEELER, Steven. Apuleius, Platonic Dualism, and Eleven - Homeric Questions and Hittite Answers (Jaan Puhvel) - Housman and Polar Errors (Ward W. Briggs, Jr.) - Raster, Robert A. The Echo of a Chaste Obscenity: Verg. E. VI.26 and Symm. EP. VI.22.1 - KONRAD, Christoph F. "Reges Armenii Patricios Resalutare Non Solent?" A Note on Cicero, Ad Att. 2.7.2 f - Levine, Daniel B. Penelope’s Laugh: Odyssey 18.163 - LUSCHNIG, C. A. E. The Value of Ignorance in the Hippolytus - Marcovich, Miroslav. Anacreon, 358 PMG - McTighe, Kevin. Nine Notes on Plato’s Lysis - MOLES, John. Fate, Apollo, and M. Junius Brutus - MUECKE, Frances. Foreshadowing and Dramatic Irony in the Story of Dido - Nine Notes on Plato’s Lysis (Kevin McTighe) - Notes on the Bobbio Scholia (D. R. Shackleton Bailey) - Notes on Seneca ‘Rhetor’ (W. S. Watt) - On an Epigram of Agathias (AP XI 382) (John Duffy) - On the Programmatic Formula p??t?? ap? t?? p??t?? in Aristotle (Kenneth Quandt) - Penelope's Laugh: Odyssey 18.163 (Daniel B. Levine) - Propertius 4.7.94 Yet Again (J. C. Yardley) - PUHVEL, Jaan. Homeric Questions and Hittite Answers - Race, William H. Two Pindaric Passages: Pyth. 5.55 and Pyth. 10.21-22 - REESOR, Margaret E. The Stoic ?d??? and Prodicus’ Near-Synonyms - "Reges Armenii Patricios Resalutare Non Solent?" A Note on Cicero, Ad Att. 2.7.2.f (Christoph F. Konrad) - Rhetoric and Reason in Lucretius (Elizabeth Asmis) - Sense-Experience and Recollection in Plato’s Meno (J. T. Bedu-Addo) - SHACKLETON BAILEY, D. R. Notes on the Bobbio Scholia - Sider, David. Atossa’s Second Entrance: Significant Inaction in Aeschylus’ Persai - The Silence of Norbanus (E. Badian) - Some Notes on Dramatic Illusion in Aristophanes (G. A. H. Chapman) - Sophocles, Ajax 172-79 (J. F. Davidson) - SPEIDEL, Michael P. Cash from the Emperor: A Veteran’s Gravestone at Elecik in Galatia - Two Pindaric Passages: Pyth. 5.55 and Pyth. 10.21-22 (William H. Race) - The Value of Ignorance in the Hippolytus (C. A. E. Luschnig) - WATT, W. S. Notes on Seneca Rhetor’ - WEST, Grace Starry. Andromache and Dido - YARDLEY, J. C. Propertius 4.7.94 Yet Again Quantity Available: 1. Category: Language & Linguistics; Magazines & Periodicals; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010253. Seller Inventory # 010253

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About this Item: Baltimore, The John Hopkins Press, 1980. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 512 pages. With library stamps & labels. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 101 1980- A.P. XII.136 (James N. O’Sullivan) - The Actuality of Lucian’s Assembly of the Gods (James H. Oliver)- The Aischylean Tetralogy: Attested and Conjectured Groups (Timothy Gantz) - ALLISON, June W. Propertius 4.7.94 - AMBROSE, Z. Philip. The Etymology and Genealogy of Palinurus - Anderson, Graham. The Cognomen of M. Grunnius Corocotta: a dissertatiuncula on Roast Pig- Antaya, Roger. The Etymology of pomerium - Artemis in Agamemnon: A Postscript (Alan H. Sommerstein) - Bacchon the Nesiarch on Delos (Kent J. Rigsby) - Badian, E. A fundus at Fundi - BARLOW, Charles T. The Roman Government and the Roman Econ omy, 92-80 B.C - Bingham, William. Clavi or Clavae: A Note on Frontinus Strategemata 3.9.3 - CAMPS, W. A. Some Conjectures - Clavi or Clavae: A Note on Frontinus Strategemata 3.9.3 (William Bingham) - CLAY, Diskin. An Epicurean Interpretation of Dreams - The Cognomen of M. Grunnius Corocotta: a dissertatiuncula on Roast Pig (Graham Anderson) - The Composition of Thucydides' History (Haruo Konishi) - Cropp, Martin. Herakleidai 603-4, 630ff., and the Question of the Mutilation of the Text- DALY, Lloyd W. Miltiades, Aratus and Compound Fractures - DAUX, Georges. La grande liste delphique des théarodoques - Diogenes’ apophthegm from Herculaneum (Giuseppe Giangrande) - The Earliest Transposition in Propertius (J. E. G. Zetzel) - An Epicurean Interpretation of Dreams (Diskin Clay) - The Etymology and Genealogy of Palinurus (Z. Philip Ambrose) - The Etymology of pomerium (Roger Antaya) - Euripides IT 369-71 (Miroslav Marcovich) - Eutropius 5.6.1: Athenae, Civitas Achaiae (Robert J. Penella) - Female Speech in Greek and Latin (Michael E. Gilleland) - Flory, Stewart. Who Read Herodotus’ Histories? - A fundus at Fundi (E. Badian) - GANTZ, Timothy. The Aischylean Tetralogy: Attested and Conjectured Groups - Giangrande, Giuseppe. Diogenes' apophthegm from Herculaneum- Gildersleeve, The Journal, and Philology in America (George A. Ken nedy) - GILLELAND, Michael E. Female Speech in Greek and Latin - La grande liste delphique des thearodoques (Georges Daux) - Grimaldi, W. M. A. Semeion, Tekmerion, Eikos in Aristotle’s Rhetoric - Hamp, Eric P. Latin halare, anhelare - Hamp, Eric P. Latin sucula - HAMP, Eric P. Oscan Notes - Herakleidai 603-4, 630ff., and the Question of the Mutilation of the Text (Martin Cropp) - HULD, Martin E. The Oldest Greek Sound-Change - JOCELYN, H. D. On Some Unnecessarily Indecent Interpretations of Catullus 2 and 3 - Kennedy, George A. Gildersleeve, The Journal, and Philology in America - KNOEPFLER, Denis. Sur une clause du traits de 394 avant J.C. entre Athènes et Erétrie- KONIARIS, George L. An Obscene Word in Aeschylus (I) - Konishi, Haruo. The Composition of Thucydides’History - KOVACS, David. Shame, Pleasure, and Honor in Phaedra's Great Speech (Euripides, Hippolytus 375-87) - Latin halare, anhelare (Eric P. Hamp) - Latin sucula (Eric P. Hamp) - Lucretius 1.657 (Alexander MacGregor) - Lucretius 4.1123-40 (Vincent J. Rosivach) - MACGREGOR, Alexander. Lucretius 1.657 - Marcovich, Miroslav. Euripides IT 369-71 - Maslowski, Tadeusz. Notes on Cicero's Four Post Reditum Orations - The Military Situation in Western Asia on the Eve of Cunaxa (Paul A. Rahe) - Miltiades, Aratus and Compound Fractures (Lloyd W. Daly) - Notes on Cicero’s Four Post Reditum Orations (Tadeusz Maslowsky) - An Obscene Word in Aeschylus (I) (George L. Koniaris) - An Obscene Word in Aeschylus (II) (Wm. Blake Tyrrell) - The Oldest Greek Sound-Change (Martin E. Huld) - Oliver. James H. The Actuality of Lucian's Assembly of the Gods - Oscan Notes (Eric P. Hamp) - O'Sullivan, James N. A.P. XII.136 - PACK, Roger A. Scribal Errors in an Autograph Manuscript - Pellaeus Leo (J. S. Rusten) - Penella, Robert J. Eutropius 5.6.1: Athenae, Civitas Achaiae - Poliakoff, Michael. The Third Fall in the Oresteia - Professor Richardson and the Other Campus (T. P. Wiseman). Seller Inventory # 010250

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About this Item: Baltimore, The John Hopkins Press, 1979. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 595 pages. With illustrations. With library stamps & labels. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. "Volume 100 1979- Ancient Logs and Old Saws (Horace, Epode 2.43) (David O. Ross) - Anderson, Graham. The Mystic Pomegranate and the Vine of Sodom: Achilles Tatius 3.6 - Antoninus Liberalis 15.2 (James Dennis Ellsworth) - Ars Gratia Cultus: Ovid as Beautician (Peter Green) - Athens' Alliance with Eretria (Peter Krentz) - Athletic Agones in Roman Athens Honoring Tykhe Poleos (Sterling Dow) - The Attribution of Sophocles' Electro 1015-16 (Angeliki Petropoulou). - Barret, Anthony A. The Military Situation in Britain in A.D. 47- Castellani, Victor. Notes on the Structure of Euripides' Alcesti - Catullus 112: A Pathicns in Politics (M. Gwyn Morgan) - Champlin. Edwards. Notes on the Heirs of Commodus - Chiron as a Heraclitean: Lucian, Mori. Dial. 8 (26) (Miroslav Marcovich)- A Chronology of the Governors of Galatia: A.D. 112-285 (Robert K. Sherk) - Clausen, Wendell. Ovid, Met. 15.90 - Clinton, Kevin. IG2 5, the Eleusinia and the Eleusinians- A Confirmed Asiarch (Anthony D. Macro) - The Cyropaedia and Hellenistic Kingship (J. Joe Farber) - Daux. Georges. La Formule onomastique dans le domaine grec sous I'empire romain - James H. Propertius 1.16.2 - Deux inscriptions de l'epoque imperiale en Attique (Louis Robert) - The Dialectological Implications of Secondary Mid-Vowels in Greek: A Clarification (George A. Sheets) - Dobson. Marcia. Herodotus 1.47.1 and the Hymn to Hermes: A Solu tion to the Test Oracle- D’Ors. Alvaro and Fernando Martin. Propositio Libellorum - Dow, Sterling. Athletic Agones in Roman Athens Honoring Tykhe Poleos- Drews, Robert. Phoenicians, Carthage and the Spartan Eunomia - Dyck, A. R. The Plan of Panaetius’ HEPI TOY KAfHKONTOS- ?? ??? ??? G? (J. T. Hooker) - ELLSWORTH, James Dennis. Antoninus Liberalis 15.2 - Eupolidean Verse (James W. Poultney) - Exit Motivations and Actual Exits in Terence (Dwora Gilula) - Farber, J. Joel. The Cyropaedia and Hellenistic Kingship - Fire on the Tarentum (C. Bennett Pascal) - La Formule onomastique dans le domaine grec sous l'empire romain (George Daux)- GEAGAN, Daniel J. The Third Hoplite Generalship of Antipatros of Phlya- Tiberius Claudius Novius. the Hoplite Generalship and the Epimeleteia of the Free City of Athens - The Genos Theonidai Honors a Priestess of Nymphe (Eugene Vanderpool) - GILULA, Dwora. Exit Motivations and Actual Exits in Terence - Goedicke, Hans. ?e????—an Etymology - Greek Applications for Roman Trials (James H. Oliver) - GREEN, Peter. Ars Gratia Cultus: Ovid as Beautician - HAMP, Eric P. *MI-T-‘Journey’: Unfinished Business - Herodotus 1.47.1 and the Hymn to Hermes: A Solution to the Test Oracle (Marcia Dobson)- On a Homeric Reference in Catullo (Richard F. Thomas) - IG2 5, The Eleusinia and the Eleusinians (Kevin Clinton) - An Imperial Letter at Balbura (Kent J. Rigsby) - Inoue, Eva. Sight, Sound, and Rhetoric: Philoctetes 29ff - Justitia and Jus Privatum: Ambrose on Private Property (Louis J. Swift)- Juvenal, Pliny, Tacitus (Ronal Syme) - KRENTZ, Peter. Athens’ Alliance with Eretria - Luck, Georg. Ne lateat ratio finem quaerentibus aevi - Notes on Propertius - MACLAREN, Malcolm. A Supposed Lacuna at the Beginning of Xenophon’s Hellenica - MACRO, Anthony D. A Confirmed Asiarch - Marcovich, Miroslav. Chiron as a Heraclitean: Lucian, Mon. Dial. 8 (26) - Phanocles ap. Stob. 4.20.47 - Martin, Fernando see D’ors, Alvaro and Fernando Martin - Martin, Hubert, Jr. Plutarch's De sollertia animalium 959 B.C.: The Discussion of the Encomium of Hunting - MERITT, Benjamin D. Ten Years and a Few Days. Thuc. 5.20 - The Military Situation in Britain in A.D. 47 (Anthony A. Barrett) - *MI-T-'Journey’: Unfinished Business (Eric Hamp) - Morgan, M. Gwyn. Catullus 112: A Pathicus in Politics - The Mysterious Arbaces (David Potter) - The Mystic Pomegranate and the Vine of Sodom: Achilles Tatius 3.6 (Graham Anderson)- Ne lateat ratio finem quaerentibus aevi. . . (Georg Luck) - New E. Seller Inventory # 010249

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About this Item: Baltimore, The John Hopkins Press, 1986. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 614 pages. With library stamps & labels. Light wear to spine, covers & corners. "Volume 107 1986VOLUME 107, No. 1 Whole Number 425CONTENTSARTICLES - GARY B. Miles. Cycle of Roman History in Livy’s First Pentad- John PETRUCIONE THE Role of the Poet and His Song in Nemean I - FRANK J. NISETICH Silencing of Pylades (Orestes 1591-92) - Roland MAYER HORACE’S Epistles I and Philosophy - Charles E. Murgia Date of Ovid s Ars Amatoria 3INTERPRET ATIONS - STEPHEN Fineberg Unshod Maidens at Prometheus 135- Edward M. Harris Ire Names of Aeschines’ Brothers-in-Law- William R. Nethercut Aeneid 5.105: The Horses of Phaethon- Antonio Ramirez de Verger A note on Tibullus 1.9.21 -22- Thomas F. Scanlon I 3- j Gloves and the Games of GallienusVOLUME 107, No. 2 WHOLE NUMBER 426CONTENTSARTICLES- CARNES LORD On the Early History of the Aristotelian Corpus - HUGH LEE Pindar, Olympian 3.33-34: "The Twelve-turned terma" and the Length of the Four-Horse Chariot Race - AVA CHITWOOD The Death of Empedocles - SHEILA MURNAGHAN Sophocles, Antigone 904-920 and the Institution of Marriage - Edward M. Anson Diodorus and the Date of Triparadeisus - FREDERICK E. BRENK, S. J. "Auorum spes et purpurei flores": The Eulogy for Marcellus in Aeneid VI - TIMOTHY GREGORY The Survival of Paganism in Christian Greece INTERPRETATIONS - CHRISTOPHER BROWN Seeing Sleep: fr. 49 Marcovich (DK 22 B 21)- ARCHIBALD ALLEN Electra’s Hair- MATT NEUBURG Two Remarks on the Text of Euripides, Bacchae- KATHRYN J. GUTZWILLER The Plant Decoration on Theocritus’ Ivy-Cup- D. R. Shackleton Bailey Nobiles and novi Reconsidered- R. J. SCHORK The Final Simile in the Aeneid: Roman and Rutullian Ramparts- JOHN G. FITCH Seneca, Troades 197, 578, 584REVIEW ARTICLE - David Halperin Sexual Ethics and Technologies of the Self. Review of Michel Foucault, L’Usage des plaisirs — Histoire de la sexualite 2Whole Number 427107, NO. 3CONTENTSARTICLES- Aryeh Finkelberg. The Cosmology of Parmenides- Brian M. Lavelle Nature of Hipparchus’ Insult to Harmodios- Peter Burian. Zeus SOTER TRITOS and Some Triads in Aeschylus’ Oresteia - Ephraim David. AeneasTacticus 11.7-10 and the Argive Revolution of 370 B.C.- Lionel Pearson Speeches in Timaeus’ History - David KONSTAN LOVE in Terence’s Eunuch: The Origins of Erotic Subjectivity - Rosanne M. Gulino Oscan per., perek., and punttram (?hunttram): The Pompeian Roadmakers’ Tablet Once Again INTERPRETATIONS- ERIC HAMP Indo-European Ei in Umbrian- MICHAEL POLIAKOFF Deaths in the Pan-Hellenic Games- Michael Wigodsky Lucretius 2.20.23- Leonard A. Curchin Marcus Agrippa’s Gout- Thomas N. Habinek The Marriageability of Maximus: Horace, Ode 4.1.13-20 - David H. Porter A Note on the Text of Horace, C. 4.8 David Kovacs Ovid, Fasti 4.831- Barry Baldwin A Eustathian Source DisclosedREVIEW ARTICLE - Thomas J. Figueira Initiation and Seduction: Two Recent Books on Greek Pederasty. Review of Bernard Sergent, L’Homosexualite dans la mythologie grecque and Gundel Koch-Harnack, Knabenliebe und Tiergeschenke: Ihre Bedeutung im pdderastischen Erziehungssystem Athens.VOLUME 107, No. 4 WHOLE NUMBER 428CONTENTSARTICLES- JON SOLOMON The Seikelos Inscription: A Theoretical Analysis - WILHELM BECK Choice and Context: Metrical Doublets for Hera - WILLIAM G. THALMANN Aeschylus’ Physiology of the Emotions - RAMSAY MACMULLEN Personal Power in the Roman Empire - JUDITH GlNSBURG Speech and Allusion in Tacitus, Annals, 3.49-51 and 14.48-49INTERPRETATIONS - MARY MARGARET MACKENZIE The Moving Posset Stands Still: Heraclitus fr. 125- Richard E. Grimm Pindar: Pythian 2.90-92- William S. Anderson Gripus and Stratonicus: Plautus, Rudens 930-36- MYLES MCDONNELL Ambitus and Plautus’ Amphitruo 65-81- DANA L. BURGESS Catullus c. 50: The Exchange of Poetry - Anne Gosling Octavian, Brutus and Apollo: A Note on Opportunist Propaganda" Quantity Available: 1. Category: Language & Linguistics; Magazines & Periodicals; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010256. Seller Inventory # 010256

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About this Item: Baltimore, The John Hopkins Press, 1995. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 684 pages. With library stamps & labels. Light wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 116 1995- Barrett, James. Narrative and the Messenger in Aeschylus’ Persians - Bodel, John. Minicia Marcella: Taken before Her Time - Brennan, Tad. The Text of Anaxagoras Fragment DK 59 B22 - Cameron, Alan. Brief Mention: Ancient Anagrams - Cape, Robert W., Jr. The Rhetoric of Politics in Cicero’s Fourth Catilinarian - Champion, Craige. The Soteria at Delphi: Propaganda in the Epigraphical Record - Clauss, James J. A Delicate Foot on the Well-Worn Threshold: Paradoxical Imagery in Catullus 68b - Curchin, Leonard A. Literacy in the Roman Provinces: Qualitative and Quantitative Data from Central Spain - Faber, Riemer. Vergil Eclogue 3.37, Theocritus 1, and Hellenistic Ekphrasis - Gaisser, Julia Haig. Threads in the Labyrinth: Competing Views and Voices in Catullus 64 - Gray, Vivienne. Herodotus and the Rhetoric of Otherness - Greene, Ellen. The Catullan Ego: Fragmentation and the Erotic Self- Greene, Ellen. Elegiac Woman: Fantasy, Materia and Male Desire in Propertius 1.3 and 1.11- Gregory, Justina. Genealogy and Intertextuality in Hecuba - Griffith, R. Drew. A Homeric Metaphor Cluster Describing Teeth, Tongue and Words - Habash, Martha. Two Complementary Dionysiac Festivals in Aristophanes’ Acharnians- Hoffer, Stanley E. Telemachus’ "Laugh" (Odyssey 21.105): Deceit, Authority, and Communication in the Bow Contest - Holmberg, Ingrid E. Euripides’ Helen'. Most Noble and Most Chaste - James, Sharon L. Establishing Rome with the Sword: Condere in the Aeneid - Knorr, Ortwin. The Character of Bacchis in Terence’s Heautontimorumenos- Mason, Hugh J. The End of Antissa - Molyviati-Toptsis, Urania. Sed Falsa ad Caelum Mittunt Insomnia Manes (Aeneid 6.896) - Paschalis, Michael. Virgil’s Sixth Eclogue and the Lament for Bion - Pazdernik, Charles F. Odysseus and His Audience: Odyssey 9.39-40 and Its Formulaic Resonances - [Peacock, Thomas L.] Brief Mention: Electra’s Hair - Pratt, Louise. The Seal of Theognis, Writing, and Oral Poetry - Putnam, Michael C. J. Ganymede and Virgilian Ekphrasis - Riggsby, Andrew M. Pliny on Cicero and Oratory: Self-Fashioning in the Public Eye - Ronnick, Michele Valerie. Suave Mari Magno: An Echo of Lucretius in Seneca's Epistle 53 - Rosenstein, Nathan. Sorting Out the Lot in Republican Rome - Segal, Charles. Perseus and the Gorgon: Pindar Pythian 12.9-12 Reconsidered - Sorum, Christina Elliott. Euripides’ Judgment: Literary Creation in Andromache - Sutherland, Elizabeth H. Audience Manipulation and Emotional Experience in Horace’s "Pyrrha Ode" - Toye, David. Dionysius of Halicarnassus on the First Greek Historians Wheeler, Stephen M. Imago Mundi. Another View of the Creation in Ovid’s Metamorphoses Quantity Available: 1. Category: Language & Linguistics; Magazines & Periodicals; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010265. Seller Inventory # 010265

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About this Item: Baltimore, The John Hopkins Press, 1982. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 472 & iv pages. With library stamps & labels. Light wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 103 1982- Achilles on the Islands of the Blessed: Pindar vs. Homer and Hesiod (Friedrich Solmsen) - AHL, Frederick M. Amber, Avallon, and Apollo’s Singing Swan - The Aisymneteia: A Problem in Aristotle’s Historical Method (F. E. Romer) - Amber, Avallon, and Apollo’s Singing Swan (Frederick M. Ahl) - The Autobiography of Phoenix: Iliad 9.444-95 (Ruth Scodel) - Bellerophon in the ‘Land of Nod’: Some Notes on Iliad 6.153-211 (Jeffrey A. White) - Two Blameless Homeric Characters (Frederick M. Combellack) - Catullus and the Polemics of Poetic Reference: Poem 64.1-18 (Richard F. Thomas)- Cicero, the Megalenses and the Defense of Caelius (Michele Renee Salzman) - Clay, Diskin. Georg Luck and a Decade of AJP - CLAY, Diskin. Unspeakable Words in Greek Tragedy - COMBELLACK, Frederick M. Two Blameless Homeric Characters - Croke, Brian. The Originality of Eusebius’ Chronicle - Duban, Jeffrey M. Venus, Epicurus and Naturae Species Ratioque - EDMUNDS, Lowell. The Latin Invitation-Poem: What is it? Where did it come from? - Elder, Peter. Horace, Ode 3.19 - The Epigraphic Habit in the Roman Empire (Ramsay MacMullen) - The Fundamentals of the Via Negativa (Raoul Mortley) - Georg Luck and a Decade of A JP (Diskin Clay) - Homeric ?t? (William F. Wyatt, Jr.) - Horace, Ode 3.19 (Peter Elder) - Interview and Aftermath: Dream, Fantasy, and Intuition in Odyssey 19 and 20 (Joseph Russo)- Kane, Robert L. Oedipus Tyrannus, 1084-85: "I’ll not deny my nature?" - KEAVENEY, Arthur. The King and the Warlords: Romano-Parthian relations circa 64-53 B.C - The King and the Warlords: Romano-Parthian relations circa 64-53 B.C. (Arthur Keaveney)- The Latin Invitation-Poem: What is it? Where did it come from? (Lowell Edmunds) - Luck, Georg. Notes on the Text of Ovid’s Metamorphoses - MACMULLEN, Ramsay. The Epigraphic Habit in the Roman Empire - The Marriage of Rubellius Blandus (Ronald Syme) - MAYER, Roland. Neronian Classicism - Mortley, Raoul. The Fundamentals of the Via Negativa - Neronian Classicism (Roland Mayer) - Notes on the Text of Ovid’s Metamorphoses (Georg Luck) - Oedipus Tyrannus, 1084-85: "I’ll not deny my nature?" (Robert L. Kane) - The Originality of Eusebius’ Chronicle (Brian Croke) - Romer, F. E. The Aisymneteia: A Problem in Aristotle’s Historical Method - Russo, Joseph. Interview and Aftermath: Dream, Fantasy, and Intuition in Odyssey 19 and 20- Salzman, Michele Renee. Cicero, the Megalenses and the Defence of Caelius - Scodel, Ruth. The Autobiography of Phoenix: Iliad 9.444-95 - Solmsen, Friedrich. Achilles on the Islands of the Blessed: Pindar vs. Homer and Hesiod - Syme, Ronald. The Marriage of Rubellius Blandus - Thomas, Richard F. Catullus and the Polemics of Poetic Reference: Poem 64.1-18 - The Translator of the Greek Res Gestae of Augustus (David N. Wigtil) - Unspeakable Words in Greek Tragedy (Diskin Clay) - Venus, Epicurus and Naturae Species Ratioque (Jeffrey M. Duban) - White, Jeffrey A. Bellerophon in the Land of Nod': Some Notes on Iliad 6.153-211 - Wigtil, David N. The Translator of the Greek Res Gestae of Augustus PART II: Interpretations (Authors and Titles)- ???a G?????: Geography, Allegory, and Allusion (Archilochus Fragment 105 West) (J. S. Clay)- The Anaphora *ei in Latin (Eric P. Hamp) - Aristophanes and Sophron? (Lloyd W. Daly) - Artemidorus Daldianus, Onirocritica 3.24 (William M. Calder III) - Burying Latin Cenotaphiolum (Bernard Frischer) - Calder III, William M. Artemidorus Daldianus, Onirocritica 3.24 - Calder III, William M. The Size of Thespis’ Chorus - Daly, James. The Name of Philoctetes: Philoctetes 670-73 - DALY, Lloyd W. Aristophanes and Sophron? - DALY, Lloyd W. A Greek Palindrome in Eighth-Century England - Five-vowel and Seven-vowel Dialects (R. Whitney Tucker) - Frischer, Bernard. Burying Latin Cenotaphiolum - Frontius Aq. 76.2: An Unnoticed Fragment of Caelius Rufus? (R. H. Rodgers) - Gloria (Eric P. Hamp) - A Greek P. Seller Inventory # 010252

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About this Item: Baltimore, The John Hopkins Press, 1991. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 582 pages. With library stamps & labels. Light wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 112 1991- Abruptness in Demetrius, Longinus, and Demosthenes (Cecil W. Wooten) - Another path of Song: Pindar, Nemean 7.51 (Richard Janko) - BOATWRIGHT, MARY T. The Imperial Women of the Early Second Century A.C - BOLTER. J. DAVID. The Computer, Hypertext, and Classical Studies - CALDER, WILLIAM M., Ill, and DIETRICH EHLERS. Wilamowitz to Max Pohlenz on Eduard Schwartz- Catullus 44: The Vulnerability of Wanting to be Included (David B. George) - Cicero and the Rhetoric of Art (Anne Leen) - Cicero, Pro Caelio 31 (Tadeusz Maslowski) - The Computer, Hypertext, and Classical Studies (J. David Bolter) - Continuous History and Xenophon, Hellenica 1-2.3.10 (V. J. Gray) - CROMEY, ROBERT D. The Mysterious Woman of Kleitor: Some Corrections to a Manuscript Once in Plutarch’s Possession - Cur Me Querelis (Horace, Odes 2.17) (David West) - DAITZ. STEPHEN G. On Reading Homer Aloud: To Pause or Not to Pause - ESPELOSIN, E. J. G6mez. Plutarch and Justin on Aristotimus of Elis - Etymological Play on Ingens in Ovid, Vergil, and Octavia (A. M. Keith) - Fathers and Sons: A Note on Pindaric Ambiguity (Leslie Kurke) - Fictional Narrative in the Cyropaideia (Philip A. Stadter) - FORSYTHE, GARY. A Philological Note on the Scipionic Circle - FROST, CHRISTOPHER POWELL. Propertius 3.3.45-46: Don’t Go Near the Water- Furor and Furiae in Virgil (Richard F. Thomas) - GEORGE, DAVID B. Catullus 44: The Vulnerability of Wanting to be Included - GRAY, V. J. Continuous History and Xenophon, Hellenica 1-2.3.10- Greek Inscriptions from Macedonia and Asia Minor (G. Kenneth Sams, William C. West, and Nancy T. de Grummond) - GRIFFITH, R. DREW. ??? ??p??a?? ????µa?(Aeschylus, Agamemnon 212) - HARRIS, EDWARD M. When Did the Athenian Assembly Meet? Some New Evidence - Heath on Unity and Daitz’s Living Voice (George A. Kennedy) - Horace, Mercury, and Augustus, or The Poetic Ego of Odes 1-3 (Paul Allen Miller) - How Do the People Decide? Thucydides on Periclean Rhetoric and Civic Instruction (Harvey Yunis) - HUBBARD, THOMAS K. Recitative Anapests and the Authenticity of Prometheus Bound - Imitation and Allusion in the Achaemenides Scene (Vergil, Aeneid 3.588-691) (Johann Ramminger) - In Defense of Petronius 119, Verses 30-32 (Allan Kershaw) - The Imperial Women of the Early Second Century A.C. (Mary T. Boatwright) - Janko, Richard. Another Path of Song: Pindar, Nemean 7.51 - Keith, A. M. Etymological Play on Ingens in Ovid, Vergil, and Octavia - Kennedy, George A. Heath on Unity and Daitz’s Living Voice - KENNEDY, GEORGE A. Three Recent Publications - KERSHAW, ALLAN. In Defense of Petronius 119, Verses 30-32 - KURKE, LESLIE. Fathers and Sons: A Note on Pindaric Ambiguity - LEEN, ANNE. Cicero and the Rhetoric of Art - Lowe, J. C. B. Prisoners, Guards, and Chains in Plautus, Captivi - Maslowski, Tadeusz. Cicero, Pro Caelio 31 - MCCOY, W. J. Thrasybulus and His Trierarchies - MILLER, ANDREW M. A Wish for Olympian Victory in Pindar’s Tenth Pythian - MILLER, JOHN F. Propertius’ Hymn to Bacchus and Contemporary Poetry - MILLER, PAUL ALLEN. Horace, Mercury, and Augustus, or The Poetic Ego of Odes 1-3 - Mirhady, David. Non-Technical Pisteis in Aristotle and Anaximenes- Moore, Timothy J. Palliata Togata: Plautus, Curculio 462-86 - Morgan, Kathleen. Odyssey 23.218-24: Adultery, Shame, and Marriage - The Mysterious Woman of Kleitor: Some Corrections to a Manuscript Once in Plutarch’s Possession (Robert D. Cromey) - Non-Technical Pisteis in Aristotle and Anaximenes (David Mirhady) - Odyssey 23.218-24: Adultery, Shame, and Marriage (Kathleen Morgan) - On Reading Homer Aloud: To Pause or Not to Pause (Stephen G. Daitz) - Palliata Togata: Plautus, Curculio 462-86 (Timothy J. Moore) - A Philological Note on the Scipionic Circle (Gary Forsythe) - Plutarch and Justin on Aristotimus of Elis (E. J. Gomez Espelosin) - POMEROY, SARAH B. The Study of Women in Antiquity: Past, Present, Future- Prisoners, gua. Seller Inventory # 010261

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About this Item: The Editor, MacMillan & Co., F.A. Brockhaus, Baltimore, New York, London & Leipsic, 1897. Library Binding. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. 506 pages. Library binding with original wrappers bound in and new endpapers. Slight foxing to front and back blank leaves. Occasional foxing elsewhere. With library stamps & labels. Slight wear & some soiling to spine, covers & corners.Covers stained. Slight ribbling to pages. First few pages waterstained along top margin. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Item Type: Hardback. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Language & Linguistics; Magazines & Periodicals; Ancient Greece; Ancient Rome; United States; 19th century; Ancient History & Topography (3500BCE-476CE). Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 011545. Seller Inventory # 011545

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