Illinois Classical Studies 04 1979


Edited by Miroslav Marcovich.

The complete text of Illinois Classical Studies v. 4 1979 is available here as well as the individual papers. The papers included here are:

1. ΚΑΙ ΚΕ ΤΙΣ ΩΔ` ΕΡΕΕΙ: An Homeric Device in Greek Literature - John R. Wilson
2. The Two Worlds of the Antigone - Vincent J. Rosivach
3. Does Euripides Call the Gods μακάριοι? - Marianne Mcdonald
4. The Manuscript Tradition Of Aeschines' Orations - Aubrey Diller
5. Perfect Friendship In Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics - Theodore Tracy, S.J.
6. Theophilus Of Antioch: Fifty-Five Emendations - Miroslav Marcovich
7. The v-Recension Of St. Cyril's Lexicon - F Mark Naoumides
8. Method And Structure In The Satires Of Persius - Edwin S. Ramage
9. Nero's Retinue In Greece, A.D. 66/67 - K. R. Bradley
10. Amicitia And The Unity of Juvenal's First Book - Richard A. Lafleur
11. Irony Of Overstatement In The Satires Of Juvenal - S. C. Fredericks
12. Satira And Satiricus In Late Latin - Kenneth M. Abbott
13. Disiecta Membra: On The Arrangement Of Claudian's Carmina Minora - Georg Luck
14. Interpreting Second Declension Singular Forms In -u - Paul A. Gaeng
15. Aspects Of Roman Poetic Technique In A Carolingian Latin Satiric Text - Charles Witke

Illinois Classical Studies (ISSN: 0363-1923) is an edited journal published out of the Department of Classics of the University of Illinois. Illinois Classical Studies represents traditional Classical Philology in the broadest and most inclusive sense. All but the most current five years of ICS are openly available in IDEALS.

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