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A commentary on Horace: Odes
The "Odes" and their literary form the chronological setting of "Odes I-II" the metres of the "Odes" the ancient commentators.
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A Commentary on Horace: Odes Book III
GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1. Horace's early life 2. The date of Odes I-III 3. The 'Roman Odes' 4. Horace and Augustus 5. Maecenas and the other addressees 6. Horace's 'love-poems' 7. Religion in Horace 8.Expand
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Felicitas at Surrentum (Statius, Silvae II. 2)
The Surrentinum 1 of Pollius Felix encouraged Statius to play on the meaning of felicity. The villa's prospect extended to Naples and Limon 2 (near Pausilypum), where an inscription of A.D. 65Expand
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Notes on the text of Catullus
The text of Catullus is notoriously corrupt, and though much has been healed, something remains to be done. An article may still be useful if it encourages scepticism and speculation. I have foundExpand
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Horace: The Odes
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Collected papers on Latin literature
Notes on Horace Epistles I Review and Discussion of K. Muller (ed.), Petronii Arbitrii Satyricon and W. V. Clausen (ed.) A. Persi Flacci et S. Iuni Iuvenalis Saturae Felicitas at Surrentum (StatiusExpand
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