Francis Cairns Publications


NEIL ADKIN


Neil Adkin studied Classics at undergraduate level at University College, Oxford, where he was awarded several prestigious Scholarships, and graduated with First Class Honours. His PhD was from the University of Glasgow. After graduating he spent three years as a Fellow at the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae in the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Munich, and was then appointed as a Lecturer and University Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool; there he was responsible for teaching the foundation medieval Latin component of the degree course in Latin (Classical and Medieval). In 1986 he was appointed Assistant Professor of Classics (later Associate Professor) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He won numerous teaching awards during his tenure there. In 1993 he was a Visiting Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford. Since 2008 he has been a Visiting Scholar at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.


He is a “Membre Adhérent” of Latomus (2007-), is on the editorial board of Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis (2009-), and is one of the General Editors of the series ARCA (Classical and Medieval Texts, Papers and Monographs).


Neil Adkin has published two volumes in the ARCA series, Masters of Roman Prose (Arca 23) and Jerome on Virginity: A Commentary on the ‘Libellus de Virginitate Servanda’ (Letter 22) (Arca 42). He is currently working on two commissions: The Letters of Saint Jerome, volumes II - VII in the Ancient Christian Writers series, and Erasmus: Patristic Scholarship, volume II of the Collected Works of Erasmus. In addition he has published a prodigious number of articles, mainly on aspects of Classical and Patristic Latin - listed below.


Neil can be contacted by email at nadkin3489@aol.com or nadkin@live.unc.edu.
His mailing address is: 204A Spring Lane, Chapel Hill, NC 27514, USA


PUBLICATIONS


Books:

1. Masters of Roman Prose from Cato to Apuleius: Interpretative Studies; by Michael von Albrecht; translated from the German by Neil Adkin (Leeds 1989; xiii + 192 pp.)

2. Jerome on Virginity: A Commentary on the ‘Libellus de Virginitate Servanda’ (Letter 22) (Cambridge 2003; xxxv + 458 pp.)


Under commission:

3. The Letters of Saint Jerome, vols. II‑VI (Ancient Christian Writers; New York)

4. Erasmus: Patristic Scholarship, vol. II (Collected Works of Erasmus; Toronto, Buffalo and London)


Articles:

1. ‘Possibilis, possibiliter, possibilitas’, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, vol. X,2 fasc. 1 (Leipzig 1980), 105‑112

2. ‘Some Omissions in the Thesaurus and in Otto’s Sprichwörter’, Eranos 80 (1982), 176‑177

3. ‘Pala, palabundus’, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, vol. X,1 fasc. 1 (Leipzig 1982), 96‑97

4. ‘Palma, palmaris, palmarius, palmatianus, palmatim, palmatus, palmes, palmetum, palmeus, palmicius, palmifer, palmiger, palmipedalis, palmipes, palmosus, palmula, palmus, palo, palor, palpabilis, palpabilitas, palpamen, palpatio, palpatus, palpebra’ etc., Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, vol. X,1 fasc. 1 (Leipzig 1982), 141‑160

5. ‘On Some Figurative Expressions in Jerome’s Twenty‑second Letter’, Vigiliae Christianae 37 (1983), 36‑40

6. ‘The Attitude of the Fathers to Feather‑beds’, Rheinisches Museum 126 (1983), 192

7. ‘An Unidentified Latin Quotation of Scripture related to Isaiah 31,9’, Revue Bénédictine 93 (1983), 123‑125

8. ‘The Teaching of the Fathers concerning Footwear and Gait’, Latomus 42 (1983), 885‑886

9. ‘Praeceps’, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, vol. X,2 fasc. 3 (Leipzig 1983), 412‑420

10. ‘Praecipitantia, praecipitatio, praecipitator, praecipitatus, praecipitium, praecipito, praecipitanter, praecipitus’ etc., Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, vol. X,2 fasc. 3 (Leipzig 1983), 461‑470

11. ‘Solo tantum: A Colloquialism in Saint Jerome’, Glotta 62 (1984), 89‑90

12. ‘Some Notes on the Dream of Saint Jerome’, Philologus 128 (1984), 119‑126

13. ‘The Soldier and the King: A Common Antithesis in the Fathers’, Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire 62 (1984), 56‑58

14. ‘Some Notes on the Style of Jerome’s Twenty‑second Letter’, Rivista di Filologia e di Istruzione Classica 112 (1984), 287‑291

15. ‘A Common Patristic Paradox based on Isaiah 40,12’, Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 60 (1984), 386‑388

16. ‘Pride or Envy? Some Notes on the Reason the Fathers give for the Devil’s Fall’, Augustiniana 34 (1984), 349‑351

17. ‘Palpebratio, palpebro, palpitatio, palpitatus, palpito, palpo, palpus’, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, vol. X,1 fasc. 2 (Leipzig 1984), 161‑168

18. ‘The Fathers on Laughter’, Orpheus n. s. 6 (1985), 149‑152

19. ‘The Shadow and the Truth: A Common Antithesis in the Fathers’, Giornale Italiano di Filologia 36 (1985), 245‑252

20. ‘A Problem in the Early Church: Noise during Sermon and Lesson’, Mnemosyne n. s. 38 (1985), 161‑163

21. ‘Indexes: Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar, Volumes I to V’, Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar, Fifth Volume 1985 (ed. F. Cairns; Liverpool 1986), 435‑483

22. ‘Corrigenda: Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar, Volumes I to IV’, Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar, Fifth Volume 1985 (ed. F. Cairns; Liverpool 1986), 484‑487

23. ‘Some Notes on the Content of Jerome’s Twenty‑second Letter’, Grazer Beiträge 15 (1988), 177‑186

24. ‘The Proem of Henry of Avranches’ ‘Vita Sancti Guthlaci’’, Analecta Bollandiana 108 (1990), 349‑355

25. ‘Tertullian’s ‘De ieiunio’ and Jerome’s ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’ (Epist. 22)’, Wiener Studien 104 (1991), 149‑160

26. ‘The Preface of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’ and Saint Jerome’, Maia 43 (1991), 225‑231

27. ‘Gregory of Nazianzus and Jerome: Some Remarks’, Georgica: Greek Studies in Honour of George Cawkwell (edd. M. A. Flower and M. Toher; London 1991), 13‑24

28. ‘The Proem of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’: Si...nostros vixisset in annos (ll. 5‑6)’, Medium Aevum 60 (1991), 207‑221

29. ‘Some Features of Jerome’s Compositional Technique in the ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’ (Epist. 22)’, Philologus 136 (1992), 234‑255

30. ‘Ambrose, De virginibus 2,2,10f. and the ‘Gnomes of the Council of Nicaea’’, Revue des Études Augustiniennes 38 (1992), 261‑270

31. ‘The Date of Saint John Chrysostom’s Treatises on Subintroductae’, Revue Bénédictine 102 (1992), 255‑266

32. ‘Istae sunt, quae solent dicere: Three Roman Vignettes in Jerome’s ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’ (Epist. 22)’, Museum Helveticum 49 (1992), 131‑140

33. ‘‘Filthy Manichees’’, Arctos 26 (1992), 5‑18

34. ‘Hieronymus Ciceronianus: The ‘Catilinarians’ in Jerome’, Latomus 51 (1992), 408‑420

35. ‘Taceo de meis similibus (Jerome, Epist. 53,7)’, Vetera Christianorum 29 (1992), 261‑268

36. ‘Jerome as Centoist: Epist. 22,38,7’, Rivista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa 28 (1992), 461‑471

37. ‘The Date of Ambrose’s ‘De virginitate’’, Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft n. s. 18 (1992), 237‑244

38. ‘‘School of Walter of Châtillon: ‘De avaricia et inordinata vita clericorum’’, Giornale Italiano di Filologia 44 (1992), 293‑297

39. ‘Oras: loqueris ad sponsum; legis: ille tibi loquitur (Jerome, Epist. 22,25,1)’, Vigiliae Christianae 46 (1992), 141‑150

40. ‘The Date of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’’, Bollettino di Studi Latini 22 (1992), 282‑288

41. ‘Athanasius’ ‘Letter to virgins’ and Jerome’s ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’’, Rivista di Filologia e di Istruzione Classica 120 (1992), 185‑203

42. ‘Alan of Lille on Walter of Châtillon: Anticlaudianus 1,167‑170’, Classica et Mediaevalia 43 (1992), 287‑315

43. ‘A Note on the Date of Ambrose’s ‘De virginitate’’, Athenaeum n. s. 81 (1993), 644‑647

44. ‘Falling Asleep over a Book: Jerome, Letter 60,11,2’, Eos 81 (1993), 227‑230

45. ‘‘Heretics and Manichees’’, Orpheus n. s. 14 (1993), 135‑140

46. ‘Ambrose and Jerome: The Opening Shot’, Mnemosyne n. s. 46 (1993), 364‑376

47. ‘Tertullian’s ‘De idololatria’ and Jerome’, Augustinianum 33 (1993; = Ricerche patristiche in onore di Dom Basil Studer OSB), 11‑30

48. ‘Three Unnecessary Emendations in Jerome’s ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’ (Epist. 22)’, Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire 71 (1993), 96‑106

49. ‘A Note on the Date of the Pseudo‑Augustinian Treatise ‘De sobrietate et castitate’’, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 29 (1993), 191‑193

50. ‘‘Adultery of the Tongue’: Jerome, Epist. 22,29,6f.’, Hermes 121 (1993), 100‑108

51. ‘Cicero, Catilinarians 2,11: Intus insidiae sunt’, L’Antiquité Classique 62 (1993), 213‑217

52. ‘‘A Fat Old Man’ (Jerome, Epist . 22,28,5)’, Bollettino dei Classici n. s. 14 (1993), 142‑149

53. ‘Some Further Additions to Otto’s Sprichwörter’, Sileno 19 (1993), 361‑372

54. ‘Hierosolymam militaturus pergerem: A Note on the Location of Jerome’s Dream’, Κoιvωvία 17 (1993), 81‑83

55. ‘Walter of Châtillon: Saint‑Omer 30’, Aevum 66 (1993), 369‑375

56. ‘Tertullian in Jerome (Epist. 22,37,1f.)’, Symbolae Osloenses 68 (1993), 129‑143

57. ‘The Date of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’ Again’, Bollettino di Studi Latini 23 (1993), 359‑364

58. ‘Heri catechumenus, hodie pontifex (Jerome, Epist. 69,9,4)’, Acta Classica 36 (1993), 113‑117

59. ‘Jerome, Ambrose and Gregory Nazianzen (Jerome, Epist. 52,7‑8)’, Vichiana n. s. 4 (1993), 294‑300

60. ‘The Date of the Dream of Saint Jerome’, Studi Classici e Orientali 43 (1993), 263‑273

61. ‘The Proem of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’: Funde sacros fontes’, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 28 (1993; publ. 1994), 61‑66

62. ‘Alexandri verti commentarios (Hier., Epist. 50,1,3)’, Invigilata Lucernis 15‑16 (1993‑94), 3‑8

63. ‘How Long was Christ in the Womb? A Division of Opinion in the Fathers’, Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 70 (1994), 394‑397

64. ‘Plautinae familiae columen? (Jerome, Epist. 50,1,2)’, Atene e Roma n. s. 38 (1994), 11‑15

65. ‘Orientius and Jerome’, Sacris Erudiri 34 (1994), 165‑174

66. ‘Alii discunt ‑ pro pudor! ‑ a feminis: Jerome, Epist. 53,7,1’, Classical Quarterly n. s. 44 (1994), 559‑561

67. ‘Rattling Tummies and Gratuitous Gallivanting: A Textual Note on Jerome’s ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’ (Epist. 22,17,1f.)’, Orpheus n. s. 15 (1994), 154‑156

68. ‘Tertullian, De Ieiunio 1’, La Parola del Passato 49 (1994), 433‑436

69. ‘Plato or Plautus? (Jerome, Epist. 22,30,2)’, Emerita 62 (1994), 43‑56

70. ‘A Note on the Date of Pacian of Barcelona’s ‘Paraenesis ad Paenitentiam’’, Prometheus 20 (1994), 73‑76

71. ‘Tertullian’s ‘De praescriptione haereticorum’ and Jerome’s ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’ (Epist. 22)’, Eirene 30 (1994), 103‑107

72. ‘The Date of John Chrysostom’s ‘De virginitate’’, Orientalia Christiana Periodica 60 (1994), 611‑617

73. ‘An Echo of Evagrius of Antioch in Jerome’, Studi Italiani di Filologia Classica 87 (1994), 118‑122

74. ‘Consternata et perterrita respondere non potuit: A Note on Jerome, Epist. 22,38,3’, Siculorum Gymnasium n. s. 47 (1994), 315‑317

75. ‘The Preface of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’ Again’, Maia 46 (1994), 215‑220

76. ‘Terence’s ‘Eunuchus’ and Jerome’, Rheinisches Museum 137 (1994), 187‑195

77. ‘Juvenal and Jerome’, Classical Philology 89 (1994), 69‑72

78. ‘Alan of Lille, Walter of Châtillon and Jerome: The Prose Preface of the ‘Anticlaudianus’’, Rivista di Cultura Classica e Medioevale 37 (1995), 141‑151

79. ‘A Note on the Dedicatory Epistle to Erasmus’ Edition of Cyprian: Non minus cordatissimi quam maximi titulo clarus’, Bulletin Du Cange 53 (1995), 207‑210

80. ‘Jerome’s Use of Scripture Before and After his Dream’, Illinois Classical Studies 20 (1995), 183‑190

81. ‘Cyprian’s ‘De habitu virginum’ and Jerome’s ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’ (Epist. 22)’, Classica et Mediaevalia 46 (1995), 237‑254

82. ‘Horace’s ‘Ars poetica’ and the ‘Commentaria in evangelium Iohannis’ of Rupert of Deutz’, Eos 83 (1995), 323‑329

83. ‘Is the Marcellina of Jerome, Epist. 45,7 Ambrose’s Sister?’, Phoenix 49 (1995), 68‑70

84. ‘Self‑Imitation in Jerome’s ‘Libellus de virginitate servanda’ (Epist. 22)’, Athenaeum n. s. 83 (1995), 469‑485

85. ‘A Note on Jerome’s Knowledge of Hebrew’, Euphrosyne n. s. 23 (1995), 243‑245

86. ‘Tobit and Jerome’, Helmántica 46 (1995), 109‑114

87. ‘The Use of Scripture in the Pseudo‑Cyprianic ‘De duplici martyrio’’, Giornale Italiano di Filologia 47 (1995), 219‑248

88. ‘Walter of Châtillon, Alexandreis 4,254‑255: Preter quos nullus regnavit...a crimine mundus’, Aevum 70 (1996), 257‑261

89. ‘Augustine, Sermon 80,7: Quando dormitat oratio?’, Augustiniana 46 (1996), 61‑66

90. ‘An Echo of Hilary of Poitiers in Jerome’, Museum Helveticum 53 (1996), 56‑60

91. ‘Tertullian’s ‘De idololatria’ and Jerome Again’, Mnemosyne n. s. 49 (1996), 46‑52

92. ‘Pope Siricius’ ‘Simplicity’ (Jerome, Epist. 127,9,3)’, Vetera Christianorum 33 (1996), 25‑28

93. ‘Walter of Châtillon, Alexandreis 4,176‑274’, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 32 (1996), 13-22

94. ‘Who is Accusator meus at the Start of Jerome’s ‘Liber de optimo genere interpretandi’ (Epist. 57)?’, Latomus 55 (1996), 875‑877

95. ‘Analecta Hymnica II no. 97 st. 4,1: Caeduntur gladiis more bidentium’, Helmántica 47 (1996), 443‑451

96. ‘Walter of Châtillon, St. Omer 30,5,3: Patres cum filiis, genus egregium’, Invigilata Lucernis 18-19 (1996-97), 3-13

97. ‘Some Alleged Echoes of Cyprian in Jerome’, Wiener Studien 110 (1997), 151‑170

98. ‘Two Texts of Cicero in Augustine (Pro Caelio 22 and Academica 2,80)’, Κoιvωvία 21 (1997), 135-140

99. ‘Tertullian and Jerome Again’, Symbolae Osloenses 72 (1997), 155‑163

100. ‘The Prologue of Sallust’s ‘Bellum Catilinae’ and Jerome’, Hermes 125 (1997), 240‑241

101. ‘Hier. Epist. 53,1,2‑3: Cyprian, Horace, Virgil’, Sileno 23 (1997), 87‑97

102. ‘Cicero, Pro Marcello 12 and Jerome’, Philologus 141 (1997), 137‑140

103. ‘Jerome on Ambrose: The Preface to the Translation of Origen’s Homilies on Luke’, Revue Bénédictine 107 (1997), 5‑14

104. ‘Erasmus’ ‘Paraphrases in Novum Testamentum’ and the Pseudo‑Cyprianic ‘De duplici martyrio’’, Res Publica Litterarum 20 (1997), 177‑188

105. ‘The ‘Historia Augusta’ and Jerome Again’, Klio 79 (1997), 459‑467

106. ‘Jerome, Epist 54,9,3: Grandis ergo virtutis est...superare, quod natus sis in carne, non carnaliter vivere’, Eranos 95 (1997), 1‑9

107. ‘Walter of Châtillon, Alexandreis 4,206‑207’, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 32 (1997), 29‑36

108. ‘Cicero’s ‘Orator’ and Jerome’, Vigiliae Christianae 51 (1997), 25‑39

109. ‘The Younger Pliny and Ammianus Marcellinus’, Classical Quarterly n. s. 48 (1998), 593-595

110. ‘Horace in Hugh of Saint Victor’s ‘Didascalicon’’, Euphrosyne n. s. 26 (1998), 109‑120

111. ‘The Prologue to Jerome’s Commentary on Ephesians: Quia nostra non scribas’, Rheinisches Museum 141 (1998), 95‑96

112. ‘The Ninth Book of Quintilian’s ‘Institutio oratoria’ and Jerome’, Arctos 32 (1998), 13‑25

113. ‘Cato, Romani generis disertissimus: Sallust, Hist. frg. 1,4 M. in Jerome’, Εἰκασμός 9 (1998), 229‑232

114. ‘Horace’s ‘Ars Poetica’ and the ‘Commentaria in Evangelium Iohannis’ of Rupert of Deutz: An Addendum’, Eos 85 (1998), 221-228

115. ‘Faustus of Riez’s Easter Homily ‘Magnitudo’ and Augustine, Sermon 294,2’, Augustiniana 48 (1998), 253‑254

116. ‘Virgil’s ‘Georgics’ and Jerome, Epist. 125,11,3‑4’, Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft n. s. 22 (1998), 187‑198

117. ‘Some Unidentified Citations in the ‘De omnipotentia Dei’ of Rupert of Deutz’, Acta Classica 41 (1998), 131-135

118. ‘The Occasion of Venantius Fortunatus, Carmen 7,7’, Orpheus n. s. 19-20 (1998-99), 1-2

119. ‘Sallust, Hist. frg. 2,64 and Jerome’s Commentary on Zechariah’, Latomus 58 (1999), 635-639

120. ‘The Letter of Paula and Eustochium to Marcella: Some Notes’, Maia 51 (1999), 97-110

121. ‘Jerome’s Vow ‘Never to Reread the Classics’: Some Observations’, Revue des Études Anciennes 101 (1999), 161-167

122. ‘Cicero’s ‘Philippics’ in Augustine’, Κoιvωvία 23 (1999), 55-60

123. ‘Jerome on Marcella: Epist. 127,10,4’, Bollettino di Studi Latini 29 (1999), 564-570

124. ‘Cicero’s ‘Academica’ and Jerome’, Cuadernos de Filología Clásica: Estudios Latinos 16 (1999), 11-25

125. ‘Jerome on Tertullian: Epist. 58,10,1’, Athenaeum n. s. 87 (1999), 383-394

126. ‘Hieronymiana duo’, Cassiodorus 5 (1999), 225-230

127. ‘Jerome, Vita Hilarionis 11,13: multis retro circensibus’, La Parola del Passato 54 (1999), 192-197

128. ‘Virgil, Eclogues 2 and 10 in Jerome’, Eirene 35 (1999), 102-113

129. ‘Did the Romans Keep their Underwear on in Bed?’, Classical World 93 (2000), 619-620

130. ‘Two Unidentified Citations in the ‘De voluntate Dei’ of Rupert of Deutz’, Res Publica Litterarum 23 (2000), 207-210

131. ‘Potamius of Lisbon, De martyrio Isaiae prophetae 1: Per iugerum fidiculae’, Euphrosyne n. s. 28 (2000), 369-373

132. ‘Biblia Pagana: Classical Echoes in the Vulgate’, Augustinianum 40 (2000), 77-87

133. ‘Julian of Eclanum on Psalm 103,2’, Journal of Theological Studies n. s. 51 (2000), 161-163

134. ‘Two Further Echoes of Sallust’s ‘Histories’ in Jerome (Vita Hilarionis 22,3 and 30,2)?’, Vetera Christianorum 37 (2000), 209-215

135. ‘Virgilian Etymologizing: The Case of Acestes’, L’Antiquité Classique 69 (2000), 205-207

136. ‘Apollonius of Tyana in Jerome’, Sacris Erudiri 39 (2000), 67-79

137. ‘Jerome, Seneca, Juvenal’, Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire 78 (2000), 119-128

138. ‘An Alleged Echo of Tertullian’s ‘De idololatria’ in Jerome’s Commentary on Jeremiah’, Mnemosyne n. s. 53 (2000), 597-599

139. ‘‘I Am Tedious Aeneas’: Virgil, Aeneid 1,372ff.’, Arctos 35 (2001), 9-14

140. ‘Two Misunderstood Passages in Jerome’s Eulogy of Lea (Epist. 23,2-3)’, Eranos 99 (2001), 65-68

141. ‘A Virgilian Crux: Aeneid 8,342f.’, American Journal of Philology 122 (2001), 527-531

142. ‘The Younger Pliny and Jerome’, Res Publica Litterarum 24 (2001), 31-47

143. ‘Sallust, Hist. frg. 1,1 and Ps. Julius Rufinianus, Schem. lex. 39’, Philologus 146 (2002), 190-192

144. ‘Jerome, Epist. 14,10,3: fides famem non timet?’, Mnemosyne n. s. 55 (2002), 503-505

145. ‘Ausonius, Decimus Maximus (c. 310-395 c. e.)’, Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, vol. I (Pasadena 2002), 318-319

146. ‘Donatus, Aelius (fl. 4th cent. c. e.)’, Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, vol. II (Pasadena 2002), 481

147. ‘Jerome, Saint (a.k.a. Eusebius Hieronymus; 331-347 to probably 420 c. e.)’, Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, vol. II (Pasadena 2002), 676-677

148. ‘Priscillian (a.k.a. Priscillianus; c. 340-385 c. e.)’, Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, vol. III (Pasadena 2002), 928-929

149. ‘Tertullian (a.k.a. Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus; c. 155-160 to after 217 c. e.)’, Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, vol. III (Pasadena 2002), 1066

150. ‘Sallust, Jugurtha 93,2f.: Animum invadit?’, Rheinisches Museum n. s. 145 (2002), 237-240

151. ‘Tertullian, De anima 27,6 and Jerome, Epist. 54,10,5’, Hermes 130 (2002), 126-130

152. ‘Three Deliberate Inconcinnities in Horace’s ‘Ars Poetica’’, Hommages à Carl Deroux, vol. I: Poésie (ed. P. Defosse; Brussels 2002), 3-5

153. ‘Redeam (Jerome, Epist. 22,36,3): A Solecism?’, Helmántica 53 (2002), 243-247

154. ‘Further Virgilian Etymologizing: Aeneid 6,432-3’, L’Antiquité Classique 71 (2002), 149-150

155. ‘Catullus 64,18: Nutricum tenus’, Museum Helveticum 59 (2002), 209-210

156. ‘Three Unidentified Citations in ‘Un ancien florilège hiéronymien’’, Sacris Erudiri 41 (2002), 81-85

157. ‘The Eleventh Book of Quintilian’s ‘Institutio oratoria’ and Jerome’, Eos 89 (2002), 315-320

158. ‘Etymologizing in Horace, Epistles 1,2,62f.’, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 38-39 (2002-03), 239-240

159. ‘Biblia Catilinaria’, Maia 55 (2003), 93-98

160. ‘A Further Misunderstood Passage in Jerome’s Eulogy of Lea (Epist. 23,1,2)’, Eranos 101 (2003), 1-5

161. ‘Virgil, Aeneid 9,69: A Jingle?’, L’Antiquité Classique 72 (2003), 231

162. ‘The Preamble to Book V of Lactantius’ ‘Divinae institutiones’ and Jerome’, Rivista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa 39 (2003), 101-108

163. ‘Is the ‘Historia Augusta’ Really Indebted to Jerome?’, Klio 85 (2003), 436-441

164. ‘Whose Nose and Whose Knees? Two Notes on St. Jerome’, Orpheus n. s. 24 (2003), 1-6

165. ‘Ad fontem sermonis recurramus Hebraei: Jerome, Marcella and Hebrew (Epist. 34)’, Euphrosyne n. s. 32 (2004), 215-222

166. ‘A Hieronymian Crux: Epist. 31,3,2’, Latomus 63 (2004), 689-692

167. ‘Alan of Lille on Walter of Châtillon (Anticlaudianus 1,167-170): A ‘Silvenzitat’?’, Classica et Mediaevalia 55 (2004), 279-284

168. ‘Carmen contra paganos 63’, Wiener Studien 117 (2004), 219-223

169. ‘Juvenalia Stylistica’, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 40-41 (2004-05; publ. 2004; = Festschrift László Havas), 279-290

170. ‘Persius in Jerome’, Maia 57 (2005), 1-11

171. ‘Potamius of Lisbon, ‘De martyrio Isaiae prophetae’ Again’, Helmántica 56 (2005), 99-104

172. ‘Some Additions to Maltby’s Lexicon of Ancient Latin Etymologies’, Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History, vol. XII (ed. C. Deroux; Brussels 2005), 74-96

173. ‘A Door Like a Pig? (Juvenal 7,42)’, Eos 92 (2005), 137-141

174. ‘Dennis Brown’s Jerome’, Εἰκασμός 16 (2005), 499-507

175. ‘Yukky Virgil’, Exemplaria Classica 9 (2005), 25-31

176. ‘Statius, Silvae 4,7,12: castior amnis’, Eirene 41 (2005), 85-86

177. ‘Hieronymus Sallustianus’, Grazer Beiträge 24 (2005), 93-110

178. ‘Christianity and Language in the Middle Ages’, Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd ed., vol. II (Oxford and New York 2006), 386-389

179. ‘Jerome on Ambrose: The Preface to the Translation of Origen’s Homilies on Luke Again’, Rivista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa 42 (2006), 341-343

180. ‘Rufinus Vergilianus’, Orpheus n. s. 27 (2006), 1-4

181. ‘Further Additions to Maltby’s Lexicon of Ancient Latin Etymologies: Priscian’, Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History, vol. XIII (ed. C. Deroux; Brussels 2006), 462-478

182. ‘Rufinus’ Apologia contra Hieronymum 1,33: quo rursum evaditur?’, Maia 58 (2006), 504-505

183. ‘Tertullian’s ‘De spectaculis’ and Jerome’, Augustinianum 46 (2006), 89-94

184. ‘Hieronymus Eunuchinus’, Giornale Italiano di Filologia 58 (2006), 327-334

185. ‘Further Virgilian Etymologizing: Georg. 3,515f.; Aen. 1,500f.; Aen. 6,285-287’, L’Antiquité Classique 75 (2006), 171-175

186. ‘More Yukky Virgil: Aeneid 2,410-415’, Hermes 134 (2006), 398-406

187. ‘Rufinus Terentianus’, Res Publica Litterarum 29 (2006), 142-144

188. ‘Coitus = Cunnus?’, Latomus 66 (2007), 727-728

189. ‘The Etymology of segnis in Virgil’, L’Antiquité Classique 76 (2007), 171-176

190. ‘Rufinus Ciceronianus’, Revue Bénédictine 117 (2007), 5-8

191. ‘Juvenal’s Fourteenth Satire in Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Vita Sancti Alexii’’, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 42 (2007), 207-210

192. ‘Further Supplements to Marangoni’s Supplementum Etymologicum: The Commentators on Horace’, Invigilata Lucernis 30 (2008), 261-277

193. ‘An Emendation in Rufinus (Apol. adv. Hier. 2,28: quod in se fudit)’, Mnemosyne n. s. 61 (2008), 142-144

194. ‘The Date of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’ Once Again’, Classica et Mediaevalia 59 (2008), 201-211

195. ‘A Hieronymian Crux: Epist. 60,11,2’, Classical Quarterly n. s. 58 (2008), 397-399

196. ‘Supplements to Marangoni’s Supplementum Etymologicum: The Commentators on Terence’, Eos 95 (2008), 183-200

197. ‘Jerome’s Dream and the Book of Daniel’, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 44 (2008), 145-149

198. ‘Echoes of the Classics and the Bible in Two Newly Published Works: ‘Liber prefigurationum Christi et ecclesie’ and ‘Liber de gratia Novi Testamenti’’, Res Publica Litterarum 31 (2008), 68-87

199. ‘Fiere = 2nd-Person Singular Future?’, Glotta 84 (2008), 1-2

200. ‘Biblia Cacemphatica’, Κoιvωvία 32 (2008), 7-8

201. ‘Juvenal 14 and the End of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’’, Aevum 82 (2008), 313-318

202. ‘Turnus’ Withdrawal from the Trojan Camp: A Virgilian Crux’, Hermes 136 (2008), 496-499

203. ‘Three Notes on Juvenal’s Twelfth Satire’, Philologus 152 (2008), 128-137

204. “Rufinus Sallustianus”, Orpheus n. s. 29-30 (2008-09), 11-16

205. “Mi in Virgil”, Eranos 105 (2008-09), 1-3

206. “Further Supplements to Marangoni’s Supplementum Etymologicum: The Scholia to Persius and Juvenal”, Bollettino di Studi Latini 39 (2009), 173-182

207. “The Mind of Juno: Etymologizing in the Exordium of the ‘Aeneid’”, Latomus 68 (2009), 170-171

208. “Tertullian in Jerome’s Consolation to Heliodorus (Epist. 60)”, Jerome of Stridon: His Life, Writings and Legacy (edd. A.  Cain and J. Lössl; Farnham, Surr. and Burlington, Vt. 2009), 41‑45

209. “Further Supplements to Marangoni’s Supplementum Etymologicum: The Collections of ‘Differentiae’ Published by Beck and Brugnoli”, Euphrosyne n.s. 37 (2009), 407-414

210. “The Proem of Walter of Châtillon’s ‘Alexandreis’: Si...nostros vixisset in annos (ll. 5‑6)”, Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism: Criticism of the Works of World Authors from Classical Antiquity through the Fourteenth Century, from the First Appraisals to Current Evaluations, vol. CXI (Detroit, New York, San Francisco, New Haven, Conn., Waterville, Me. and London 2009), 362-370 (reprinted from Medium Aevum 60 [1991], 207‑221)

211. “Sallust and ‘Ps.-Acro’: The Prologue of the ‘Catiline’ and the Commentary on Horace, Epistle 1,4”, Prometheus 35 (2009), 229-230

212. “Wet Rams: The Etymology of aries in Virgil”, Wiener Studien 122 (2009), 121-124

213. “More Additions to Maltby’s Lexicon of Ancient Latin Etymologies and Marangoni’s Supplementum Etymologicum: Isidore of Seville on Grammar, Rhetoric and Dialectic (Etym. 1-2)”, Habis 40 (2009), 17-25

214. “Exiting Virgil’s Trojan Horse: Primusque Machaon”, L’Antiquité Classique 78 (2009), 195-196

215. “The Classics and Jerome’s Prefaces to the Biblical Translations ‘From the Hebrew’”, Helmántica 60 (2009), 167-175

216. “Horace’s Weak Sheep: Etymologizing in Epode 2,16”, Invigilata Lucernis 31 (2009), 7-8

217. “More Additions to Maltby’s Lexicon of Ancient Latin Etymologies and Marangoni’s Supplementum Etymologicum: The Scholia to Statius”, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 45 (2009), 45-56

218. “Textual Notes on a Newly Published Work: ‘Liber de gratia Novi Testamenti’”, Maia 61 (2009), 314-323

219. “Excussaque pectore Iuno est: Aeneid 5,679 in Cyprian”, Vetera Christianorum 46 (2009), 315-318

220. “A ‘Limp’ Joke? Cicero, De oratore 2,249”, Latomus 69 (2010), 706-708

221. “More Additions to Maltby’s Lexicon of Ancient Latin Etymologies and Marangoni’s Supplementum Etymologicum: The Scholia to Lucan”, Classica et Christiana 5/1 (2010), 31-76

222. “The Classics and the ‘Arabs’”, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 45 (2010), 217-227

223. “Two Unidentified Citations in the Scholia Bembina to Terence”, Mnemosyne n. s. 63 (2010), 287‑288

224. “Some Jeromian Gingerbread? (Epist. 31)”, Revue Bénédictine 120 (2010), 5-11

225. “Schol. in Lucanum ed. Weber 1,372 and Walter of Châtillon, Alexandreis 1,117”, Euphrosyne n. s. 38 (2010), 381-383

226. “‘Acoustic’ Etymologizing in Virgil, Eclogue 1,57-58”, Bollettino di Studi Latini 40 (2010), 523-526

227. “Horace on Terence (Epist. 2,1,59)”, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 46 (2010), 21-24

228. “Unidentified Echoes of the Bible and the Fathers in Raban Maur’s Commentary on Judith”, Sacris Erudiri 49 (2010), 249-260

229. “The Etymology of amnis in Horace’s ‘Ars Poetica’”, Acta Classica 53 (2010), 207-209

230. “Textual Notes on a Newly Published Work: ‘Liber prefigurationum Christi et ecclesie’”, Giornale Italiano di Filologia n. s. 1 (2010), 253-266

231. “Harts and Hedges: Further Etymologizing in Virgil’s First ‘Eclogue’”, Arctos 44 (2010), 9-23

232. “Jerome, Epist. 147,11,2: in tuto”, Classical Quarterly n. s. 60 (2010), 663-664

233. “Further Supplements to Marangoni’s Supplementum Etymologicum:  Servius and Servius Auctus on Virgil”, Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History, vol. XV (ed. C. Deroux; Brussels 2010), 473-491

234. “Cicero or Cyprian in Hieronymian Hoodoo? (Vita Hilarionis 12,3)”, Helmántica 61 (2010), 229-233

235. “Further Virgilian Etymologizing: Privernum and Privernus”, Invigilata Lucernis 32 (2010), 7-11

236. “A New Echo of Pliny the Younger in Jerome?”, Philologus 155 (2011), 193-195

237. “Labor tam utilis: Sallust in Augustine on the Vulgate”, Augustiniana 61 (2011), 49-53

238. “Sinon on His ‘Pal’ Palamedes (Virgil, Aeneid 2,81-104)”, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 47 (2011), 155-169

239. “Etymologizing in Virgil, Eclogue 1,11-15”, L’Antiquité Classique 80 (2011), 163-166

240. “Chria Parvola Improbulaque de E. R. Doddsio Eiusque Iudicio de Archilochi ‘Epodo Coloniensi’”, Vox Latina 47 (2011), 120-121

241. “Virgil, Aeneid 2,116-121: An Etymological ‘Cluster’”, Bollettino di Studi Latini 41 (2011), 594-600

242. “Catullus in Jerome? Notes on the ‘Cohortatoria de paenitentia ad Sabinianum’ (Epist. 147)”, Vigiliae Christianae 65 (2011), 408-424

243. “Etymology and the Shield of Turnus”, Latomus 70 (2011), 1118-1119

244. “Two Etymological Clusters in Apuleius”, Eos 98 (2011), 87-92

245. “Virgil’s Wooden Horse: Which Wood?”, Arctos 45 (2011), 11-26

246. “Some Alleged Echoes of Apuleius in Jerome”, Classical Philology 106 (2011), 66-75

247. “The Death of Dido and the Vulgate Text of the Gang-Bang at Gibeah”, Maia 63 (2011), 451-454

248. “A Recent Emendation in Apuleius (Met. 6,19,2)”, Euphrosyne n.s. 40 (2012), 367-369

249. “Virgil and the Etymology of ‘Tiger’”, Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History, vol. XVI (ed. C. Deroux; Brussels 2012), 211-219

250. “Jerome’s Vow ‘Never to Reread the Classics’: A Self-Imitation?”, Studi Italiani di Filologia Classica 105 (2012), 105-112

251. “Laocoon’s Shot: A Note on Aeneid 2,50-53”, Maia 64 (2012), 424-428

252. “Cicero’s Pro Milone and Jerome”, Euphrosyne n. s. 41 (2013), 367-374


Accepted for publication:

253. “Why Are the Fathers Better Than the Classics?”, Proceedings of the International Conference on ‘Pagan Forms - Christian Content’, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest (forthcoming)

254. “Inclementi secare ferro? (Jerome, Epist. 40,1,1)”, Orpheus (forthcoming)

255. “Juvenal and Giovanni Segarelli’s Dedicatory Epistle to the Commentary on Seneca’s Tragedies”, Invigilata Lucernis (forthcoming)

256. “Anchises alacris (Virgil, Aeneid 6,684-686)”, Latomus (forthcoming)

257. “What Did Pan Say to Syrinx? Etymology in Ovid, Metamorphoses 1,698‑712”, Eirene (forthcoming)

258. “C. S. Lewis and Saint Jerome’s ‘Popular Poet’”, Orpheus (forthcoming)

259. “‘Rhetorica ad Herennium’, Book IV and the Newly Published Letter of Francesco da Fiano to Giovanni Segarelli”, Invigilata Lucernis (forthcoming)

260. “‘Read the Edge’: Acrostics in Virgil’s Sinon Episode”, Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis (forthcoming)


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