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Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar. 3rd Volume. 1981

Edited by Francis Cairns

ISBN 978-0-905205-08-3. ARCA 7. Cloth, vi+423pp. Publ. 1981.

CONTENTS

E. Fantham: Plautus in miniature: compression and distortion in the Epidicus (1-28)

I.M. LeM. DuQuesnay: Vergil's first Eclogue (29-182)

M.W. Dickie: The disavowal of invidia in Roman iamb and satire (183-208)

E.L. Harrison: Vergil and the Homeric tradition (209-25)

P. Fedeli: Elegy and literary polemic in Propertius' Monobiblos (227-42)

R. Maltby: Love and marriage in Propertius 4,3 (243-47)

F. Williams: Augustus and Daphne: Ovid Metamorphoses 1,560-64 and Phylarchus FGrH 81 F 32 (b) (249-57)

H. Hine: The structure of Seneca's Thyestes (259-75)

H.D. Jocelyn: Difficulties in Martial, Book 1 (277-84)

K.-D. Fischer: Pelagonius on horse medicine (285-303)

J. McClure: The biblical epic and its audience in late antiquity (305-21)

C. Codoñer: The poetry of Eugenius of Toledo (323-42)

R. Wright: Late latin and early romance: Alcuin's De Orthographia and the Council of Tours (AD 813) (343-61)

P.G. Schmidt: Elias of Thriplow - a thirteenth-century Anglo-Latin poet (363-70)

B. Bergh: A saint in the making: St Bridget's life in Sweden (1303-1349) (371-84)

J.W. Binns: Biblical latin poetry in renaissance England (385-416)

Brief notes:

K.-D. Fischer: Lucretius 4,1201ff. and Ovid Ars Amatoria 2,484 (417-18)

W.A. Camps: Horace Epistles 2,1,156ff. (418-19)

F. Cairns: Lesbia mentoreo (Propertius 1,14,2) (419-22)

W. Barr: Res = "a thing"? Persius 4,1 (422-23)

Review
Greece and Rome (1982) 199-200: "reflects the diversity of interest, approach, and nationality which characterizes the Seminar itself. The papers (all in English) vividly illustrate the range and potential of Latin studies from Plautus to the seventeenth century."