We are inviting IDEALS users, both people looking for materials in IDEALS and those who want to deposit their work, to give us feedback on improving this service through an interview. Participants will receive a $20 VISA gift card. Please sign up via https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/4069811 # Browse Dept. of Classics by Subject "Language, Ancient" • (1998) Longus' pastoral romance is one of only five complete and extant pieces of extended fiction from antiquity, which form a genre now regularly referred to as the Ancient Novel. Book 3 (of 4) is pivotal in many ways for ... application/pdf PDF (8MB) • (1977) application/pdf PDF (20MB) • (1989) This thesis consists of a critical text, translation and running commentary on Epictetus II.23 which is entitled On the faculty of speech. In this diatribe, Epictetus discusses the proper role of speech, rhetoric and logic ... application/pdf PDF (6MB) • (1991) In the field of classical mythology, the work known as the Fabulae Hygini occupies a central position with its wide variety of information and subject matter. However, treatment of the Fabulae outside an apparatus criticus ... application/pdf PDF (8MB) • (1961) application/pdf PDF (11MB) • (1973) application/pdf PDF (14MB) • (1995) Philodemus, an Epicurean philosopher and poet of the first century B.C., attempted to modernize Epicureanism by integrating poetry into its doctrines. His goals in his$\pi\varepsilon\rho\grave{\iota} \pi o \iota\eta\mu\ ...

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A critical text of the poem, with full apparatus and English translation, is presented. The manuscript tradition of the Anthologia Latina and the Leidensis Vossianus Latinus Quarto 86 (which contains De Spe) are described. ...

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Horace's sympotic odes dispel two assumptions that have captivated Horatian studies: (1) There is no linear thematic progression from one book of Odes to another, and (2) book IV represents a decline in Horace's lyric expression.

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