Illinois Classical Studies 20 1995


Edited by Miroslav Marcovich.

The complete text of Illinois Classical Studies v.20 1995 is available here as well as the individual papers. The papers included here are:

1. Greek Magic, Greek Religion - Robert L. Fowler
2. Ambiguity against Ambiguity: Anacreon 13 Again - Hayden Pelliccia
3. On Implied Wishes for Olympic Victory in Pindar - Thomas K. Hubbard
4. Euripides' Heracles 858-73 - Elizabeth Franzino
5. Andron and the Four Hundred - George Pesely
6. Food for Thought: Text and Sense in Aristotle, Poetics 19 - John T. Kirby
7. Myrsilus of Methymna and the White Goddesses - Steven Jackson
8. On The Content and Structure of the Prologue to Cato's Origines - J. Bradford Churchill
9. Quo, Quo Scelesti Ruitis: The Downward Momentum of Horace' s Epodes - David H. Porter
10. Horace, C. 3. 17: A Flawed Genealogy - Timothy S. Johnson
11. The Textual Transmission of the Sortes Astrampsychi - Randall Stewart
12. Plotinian Ancestry - Jaap Mansfeld
13. Better Late than Early: Reflections on the Date of Calpurnius Siculus - Barry Baldwin
14. Eight More Conjectures on the Cyranides - David Bain
15. Jerome's Use of Scripture Before and After his Dream - Neil Adkin
16. Ancient Jewry—Modern Questions: German Historians of Antiquity on the Jewish Diaspora - Christhard Hoffman

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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