Illinois Classical Studies 01 1976


Edited by Miroslav Marcovich.

The complete text of Illinois Classical Studies v. 1 1976 is available here as well as the individual papers. The papers included here are:

1. The Status of [æ:] in Attic Greek - Gordon M. Messing
2. On The Meaning of ε̉φήμερος - Matthew W. Dickie
3. The Parodos Of Aristophanes' Wasps - Timothy Long
4. The Problematic Mention Of Hippocrates In Plato's Phaedrus - Hans Herter
5. Plato, Galen, And The Center Of Consciousness - Theodore J. Tracy, S.J.
6. The Origin And Date Of The Sortes Astrampsychi - Gerald M. Browne
7. Hephaestion, Apotelesmatica, Book I - Miroslav Marcovich
8. Roman Coins As Historical Evidence: The Trojan Legends Of Rome - Richard E. Mitchell
9. Confectum Carmine Munus : Catullus 68 - David F. Bright
10. Poeta Ludens : Thrust And Counter-Thrust In Eclogue 3 - Barry B. Powell
11. An Interpretation Of Horace's Eleventh Epode - Georg Luck
12. Egyptian Influence In Tibullus - Ludwig Koenen
13. Structure And Meaning In Propertius Book 3 - Howard Jacobson
14. Juvenal's Fifteenth Satire - Sigmund C. Fredericks
15. The Second Medicean Ms. And The Text Of Tacitus - Revilo P. Oliver
16. Aldus Manutius' Fragmenta Grammatica - John J. Bateman

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