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Rome Personified, Rome Epitomized: Representations of Rome in the Poetry of the Early Fifth Century

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 533-565

ROME PERSONIFIED, ROME EPITOMIZED:REPRESENTATIONS OF ROME IN THE POETRYOF THE EARLY FIFTH CENTURY THELAST YEARS OF THE...

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Greek Tragedy Goes West: The Oresteia in Berkeley and Albuquerque

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 567-578

BRIEF MENTIONGREEK TRAGEDY GOES WEST: THE ORESTEIA IN BERKELEY AND ALBUQUERQUE AESCHYLUS, directed by The Oresteia,...

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The "~ptot and the niptot: An Aeschylean Solution to a Homeric Problem

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 465-470

AMERICANJOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY THE "~ptotAND THE niptot:AN AESCHYLEAN SOLUTIONTO A HOMERIC PROBLEM AT THE BEGINNING...

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Pericles' Anatomy of Democratic Courage

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 505-525

PERICLES' ANATOMY OFDEMOCRATIC COURAGE INHIS CELEBRATED DISSERTATION, ADAM PARRY (1988,21) outlined the traditional...

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A Virgilian Crux: Aeneid 8.342-43

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 527-531

A VIRGILIAN CRUX: AENEID 8.342-43 WHENEVANDER around the future site of Rome, CONDUCTS AENEAS the objects of interest...

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Penelope in Ovid's Metamorphoses 14.671

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 89-94

PENELOPE IN OVID'S METAMORPHOSES 14.671 MARK POSSANZA IN A PASSAGE IN OVID'S Metamorphoses, book 14, the god...

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Virtue and Circumstances: On the City-State Concept of Arete

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 35-49

VIRTUE AND CIRCUMSTANCES: ON THE CITY-STATE CONCEPT OF ARETE MARGALIT FINKELBERG IN HIS DISCUSSION OF virtue (arete) in...

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Ninagawa's Production of Euripides' Medea

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 1-34

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHILOLOGYNINAGAWA'S PRODUCTION OF EURIPIDES' MEDEA MAE SMETHURST THE JAPANESE THEATER...

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Dead Parrots Society

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 95-110

DEAD PARROTS SOCIETY JESSICA S. DIETRICH STATIUS' SILVAE 2.4 IS OSTENSIBLY WRITTEN as a consolation poem to the...

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That St(R)ain Again: Blood, Water, and Generic Allusion in Horace's Bandusia ODE

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 51-59

THAT ST(R)AIN AGAIN: BLOOD, WATER, AND GENERIC ALLUSION IN HORACE'S BANDUSIA ODE GOTTFRIED MADER HORACE'SVIVID...

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Horace and His Fathers: Satires 1.4 and 1.6

Vol.121,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 93-119

HORACE AND HIS FATHERS:SATIRES 1.4 AND 1.6 Fere nulli alii sunt homines qui talem in filios suos habent potestatem...

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Myth, Choice, and Meaning in Euripides' Iphigenia at Aulis

Vol.113,
No.4,
(1992),
pp 527-542

MYTH, CHOICE, AND MEANING IN EURIPIDES'IPHIGENIA AT AULIS Euripides' Iphigenia at Aulis continues to provoke...

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Zeus in Euripides' Medea

Vol.114,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 45-70

ZEUS IN EURIPIDES' MEDEA This essay argues that the numerous references to the gods in Euripides' Medea, by...

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Mimetic Syntax: Metaphor from Word Order, Especially in Ovid

Vol.111,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 204-237

MIMETIC SYNTAX: METAPHOR FROM WORD ORDER,ESPECIALLY IN OVID Doctiloqui conlegae sublati dis lepidis manibus J. Douglas...

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Ninagawa's Production of Euripides' Medea

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 1-34

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHILOLOGYNINAGAWA'S PRODUCTION OF EURIPIDES' MEDEA MAE SMETHURST THE JAPANESE THEATER...

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Herodotus and Images of Tyranny: The Tyrants of Corinth

Vol.117,
No.3,
(1996),
pp 361-389

AMERICANJOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY HERODOTUS AND IMAGES OF TYRANNYTHE TYRANTS OF CORINTH INTRODUCTION This paper considers...

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Curiositas and the Platonism of Apuleius' Golden Ass

Vol.111,
No.4,
(1990),
pp 471-492

CURIOSITAS AND THE PLATONISMOF APULEIUS' GOLDEN ASS Curiositas has long been recognized as an important theme in...

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Gender and Internal Audiences in the Odyssey

Vol.113,
No.2,
(1992),
pp 161-177

AMERICANJOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY GENDER AND INTERNAL AUDIENCES IN THE ODYSSEY The Odyssey portrays a number of epic...

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Threads in the Labyrinth: Competing Views and Voices in Catullus 64

Vol.116,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 579-616

THREADS IN THE LABYRINTH: COMPETING VIEWS AND VOICES IN CATULLUS 64 ut quondam Creta fertur Labyrinthus in alta...

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Political Themes in Euripides' Suppliants

Vol.115,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 219-252

POLITICAL THEMES IN EURIPIDES' SUPPLIANTS Suppliants, even more than the other Euripidean plays, tends to include...

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Women's Public Image in Italian Honorary Inscriptions

Vol.111,
No.4,
(1990),
pp 493-512

WOMEN'S PUBLIC IMAGEIN ITALIAN HONORARY INSCRIPTIONS What are the virtues for which Roman women were most often...

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Did Plato Coin Rhetorike

Vol.111,
No.4,
(1990),
pp 457-470

DID PLAT0 COIN RHETORIKE? The proposition advanced in this essay is that the word fiqtoe~x( may have been coined by...

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The Development of Fore/Futurum Ut from Ovid to Festus: A Study in Semantic Change and Its Basis in Discourse Situation

Vol.111,
No.4,
(1990),
pp 513-542

THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOREIFUTURUM UTFROM OVID TO FESTUS:A STUDY IN SEMANTIC CHANGEAND ITS BASIS IN DISCOURSE SITUATION 1...

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Apollo as a Model for Achilles in the Iliad

Vol.111,
No.4,
(1990),
pp 429-440

AMERICANJOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY APOLLO AS A MODELFOR ACHILLES IN THE ILIAD Commentators have long noted the ring-...

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Sophocles' Antigone and Funeral Oratory

Vol.111,
No.4,
(1990),
pp 441-456

SOPHOCLES' ANTIGONE AND FUNERAL ORATORY Exposed amid the corpses of his fellow warriors, Polyneices is more than...

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Curiositas and the Platonism of Apuleius' Golden Ass

Vol.111,
No.4,
(1990),
pp 471-492

CURIOSITAS AND THE PLATONISMOF APULEIUS' GOLDEN ASS Curiositas has long been recognized as an important theme in...

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Golden Armor and Servile Robes: Heroism and Metamorphosis in Hecuba of Euripides

Vol.111,
No.3,
(1990),
pp 304-307

GOLDEN ARMOR AND SERVILE ROBES:HEROISM AND METAMORPHOSIS IN HECUBAOF EURIPIDES A feeling of impermanence and...

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Notes on Germanicus Caesar's Aratea

Vol.111,
No.3,
(1990),
pp 361-369

NOTES ON GERMANICUS CAESAR'S ARATEA1 Has inter medias abrupti fluminis instarimmanis Serpens sinuosa uolumina...

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A Creative Oral Poet and the Muse

Vol.111,
No.3,
(1990),
pp 293-303

AMERICANJOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY A CREATIVE ORAL POET AND THE MUSE Though no special demonstration is necessary to show...

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The Trial of the Satirist: Poetic Vitae (Aesop, Archilochus, Homer) as Background for Plato's Apology

Vol.111,
No.3,
(1990),
pp 330-347

THE TRIAL OF THE SATIRIST:POETIC VITAE (AESOP, ARCHILOCHUS, HOMER)AS BACKGROUND FOR PLATO'S APOLOGY This paper will...

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Rome Personified, Rome Epitomized: Representations of Rome in the Poetry of the Early Fifth Century

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 533-565

ROME PERSONIFIED, ROME EPITOMIZED:REPRESENTATIONS OF ROME IN THE POETRYOF THE EARLY FIFTH CENTURY THELAST YEARS OF THE...

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Greek Tragedy Goes West: The Oresteia in Berkeley and Albuquerque

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 567-578

BRIEF MENTIONGREEK TRAGEDY GOES WEST: THE ORESTEIA IN BERKELEY AND ALBUQUERQUE AESCHYLUS, directed by The Oresteia,...

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The "~ptot and the niptot: An Aeschylean Solution to a Homeric Problem

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 465-470

AMERICANJOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY THE "~ptotAND THE niptot:AN AESCHYLEAN SOLUTIONTO A HOMERIC PROBLEM AT THE BEGINNING...

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Pericles' Anatomy of Democratic Courage

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 505-525

PERICLES' ANATOMY OFDEMOCRATIC COURAGE INHIS CELEBRATED DISSERTATION, ADAM PARRY (1988,21) outlined the traditional...

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A Virgilian Crux: Aeneid 8.342-43

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 527-531

A VIRGILIAN CRUX: AENEID 8.342-43 WHENEVANDER around the future site of Rome, CONDUCTS AENEAS the objects of interest...

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Penelope in Ovid's Metamorphoses 14.671

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 89-94

PENELOPE IN OVID'S METAMORPHOSES 14.671 MARK POSSANZA IN A PASSAGE IN OVID'S Metamorphoses, book 14, the god...

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Virtue and Circumstances: On the City-State Concept of Arete

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 35-49

VIRTUE AND CIRCUMSTANCES: ON THE CITY-STATE CONCEPT OF ARETE MARGALIT FINKELBERG IN HIS DISCUSSION OF virtue (arete) in...

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Dead Parrots Society

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 95-110

DEAD PARROTS SOCIETY JESSICA S. DIETRICH STATIUS' SILVAE 2.4 IS OSTENSIBLY WRITTEN as a consolation poem to the...

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That St(R)ain Again: Blood, Water, and Generic Allusion in Horace's Bandusia ODE

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 51-59

THAT ST(R)AIN AGAIN: BLOOD, WATER, AND GENERIC ALLUSION IN HORACE'S BANDUSIA ODE GOTTFRIED MADER HORACE'SVIVID...

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Supplices, The Satyr Play: Charles Mee's Big Love

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 111-118

BRIEF MENTION SUPPLICES, THE SATYR PLAY: CHARLES MEE'S BIG LOVE RUSH REHM BERKELEY REPERTORY THEATER, long the most...

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Rome Personified, Rome Epitomized: Representations of Rome in the Poetry of the Early Fifth Century

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 533-565

ROME PERSONIFIED, ROME EPITOMIZED:REPRESENTATIONS OF ROME IN THE POETRYOF THE EARLY FIFTH CENTURY THELAST YEARS OF THE...

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Greek Tragedy Goes West: The Oresteia in Berkeley and Albuquerque

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 567-578

BRIEF MENTIONGREEK TRAGEDY GOES WEST: THE ORESTEIA IN BERKELEY AND ALBUQUERQUE AESCHYLUS, directed by The Oresteia,...

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The "~ptot and the niptot: An Aeschylean Solution to a Homeric Problem

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 465-470

AMERICANJOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY THE "~ptotAND THE niptot:AN AESCHYLEAN SOLUTIONTO A HOMERIC PROBLEM AT THE BEGINNING...

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Pericles' Anatomy of Democratic Courage

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 505-525

PERICLES' ANATOMY OFDEMOCRATIC COURAGE INHIS CELEBRATED DISSERTATION, ADAM PARRY (1988,21) outlined the traditional...

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A Virgilian Crux: Aeneid 8.342-43

Vol.122,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 527-531

A VIRGILIAN CRUX: AENEID 8.342-43 WHENEVANDER around the future site of Rome, CONDUCTS AENEAS the objects of interest...

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Penelope in Ovid's Metamorphoses 14.671

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 89-94

PENELOPE IN OVID'S METAMORPHOSES 14.671 MARK POSSANZA IN A PASSAGE IN OVID'S Metamorphoses, book 14, the god...

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Virtue and Circumstances: On the City-State Concept of Arete

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 35-49

VIRTUE AND CIRCUMSTANCES: ON THE CITY-STATE CONCEPT OF ARETE MARGALIT FINKELBERG IN HIS DISCUSSION OF virtue (arete) in...

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Dead Parrots Society

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 95-110

DEAD PARROTS SOCIETY JESSICA S. DIETRICH STATIUS' SILVAE 2.4 IS OSTENSIBLY WRITTEN as a consolation poem to the...

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That St(R)ain Again: Blood, Water, and Generic Allusion in Horace's Bandusia ODE

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 51-59

THAT ST(R)AIN AGAIN: BLOOD, WATER, AND GENERIC ALLUSION IN HORACE'S BANDUSIA ODE GOTTFRIED MADER HORACE'SVIVID...

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Supplices, The Satyr Play: Charles Mee's Big Love

Vol.123,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 111-118

BRIEF MENTION SUPPLICES, THE SATYR PLAY: CHARLES MEE'S BIG LOVE RUSH REHM BERKELEY REPERTORY THEATER, long the most...

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