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Papers of the Leeds International Latin Seminar, Ninth Volume, 1996.

Roman poetry and prose, Greek poetry, Etymology, Historiography

Edited by F. Cairns and M. Heath

ISBN 978-0-905205-90-8. ARCA 34. Cloth, viii+350. Publ. 1996.

CONTENTS

A. Erskine: Money-loving Romans (1-11)

J.G.F. Powell: Second thoughts on the Dream of Scipio (13-27)

J.-M. Claassen: Dio's Cicero and the consolatory tradition (29-45)

D.H. Berry: The value of prose rhythm in questions of authenticity: the case of De optimo genere oratorum attributed to Cicero (47-74)

A. Michalopoulos: Some etymologies of proper names in Catullus (75-81)

J.L. Butrica: Two two-part poems in Propertius Book 1 (1.8; 1.11 and 12) (83-91)

R. Maltby: Sense and structure in Tibullus (2.2.21-2, 1.1.78, 2.1.83-90, 1.5.1-8, 1.6.5-8) (93-102)

P.R. Hardie: Virgil: a paradoxical poet? (103-121)

M. Leigh: Vergil, Georgics 1.302 (123-25)

S.J. Harrison: Aeneid 1.286: Julius Caesar or Augustus? (127-33)

J.A. Barsby: Ovid's Amores and Roman comedy (135-57)

R. Hannah: Lucan Bellum civile 1.649-65: the astrology of P. Nigidius Figulus revisited (175-90)

R. Seager: Ut dux cunctator et tutus: the caution of Valentinian (Ammianus 27.10) (191-96)

J.G. Howie: The major aristeia in Homer and Xenophon (197-217)

A. Hardie: Pindar, Castalia and the Muses of Delphi (the sixth Paean) (219-57)

J. Moles: Herodotus warns the Athenians (259-84)

A.G. Keen: Lies about Lysander (285-96)

J.L. Butrica: Hellenistic erotic elegy: the evidence of the papyri (297-322)

F. Cairns: Asclepiades AP 5.85 = Gow-Page 2 again (323-26)

M. Dickie: An ethnic slur in a new epigram of Poseidippus (327-36)

D. Bain: The magic of names: some etymologies in the Cyranides (337-50)