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- Publisher: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Format: Hardback | 494 pages
- Dimensions: 130mm x 232mm x 39mm | 671g
- Publication date: 2 September 2003
- Publication City/Country: Cambridge, Mass
- ISBN 10: 0674012739
- ISBN 13: 9780674012738
- Edition statement: New ed.
This volume contains papers by Lucia Athanassaki, Christina Clark, James J. Clauss, David M. Engel, John Gilbert, Peter Grossardt, Albert Henrichs, Christopher S. Mackay, Charles E. Murgia and Alexander Sens, among others.
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Table of contents
Transformations of colonial disruption into narrative continuity in Pindar's "Epincian Odes", Lucia Athanassaki; Minos' touch and Theseus' glare - gestures in Bakkhylides, Christina Clark; once upon a time on Cos - a banquet with Pan on the side in Theocritus idyll, James J. Clauss; women's role in the home and the state - stoic theory reconsidered, David M. Engel; Apollo's sacrifice - the limits of a metaphor in Greek tragedy, John Gilbert; the title of Aeschylus' "Ostologoi", Peter Grossardt; the Pindaric sources of Horace's "Odes 1.12", Alex Hardie; Hieroi Logoi and Hierai Bibloi - the (un)written margins of the sacred in Ancient Greece, Albert Henrichs; Zeus, Prometheus and Greek ethics, Hugh Lloyd-Jones; quaestiones pisonianae - procedural and chronological notes on the S.C. de Cn. Pisone Patre, Christopher S. Mackay; the date of the Helen episode, Charles E. Murgia; reading the shield of Achilles - terror, anger, delight, Stephen Scully; pleasures recalled - A.R. 3.813-814, Asclepiades and Homer, Alexander Sens; new readings in Valerius Maximus, D.R. Shackleton Bailey; the cosm(et)ology of Claudian's "In Sepulchrum Speciosae", R. Sklenar; Nicolaus and Herod in the "Antiquitates Judaicae", Mark Toher; an early fifth-century Athenian revolution in Aulos music, Robert W. Wallace; notes on the "Anthologia Latina", W.S. Watt.