Investigations representing the departments. Greek, Latin, comparative philology, classical archæology ...


Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1904.

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Subjects Classical antiquities.
Classical philology.
Comparative linguistics.
Description x, 288 p. illus., III pl., fold. tab. 29 cm.
Contents A Greek hand-mirror in the Art Institute of Chicago, by F.B. Tarbell.--A cantharus from the factory of Brygos in the Boston museum of fine arts, by F.B. Tarbell.--The meaning of in writers of the fourth century, by R.C. Flickinger.--The proconaniate of Julius Agricola in relation to history and to encomium, by G.L. Hendrickson.--A stichometric scholium to the Medea of Euripides, with remarks on the text of Didymus, by T. Frank.--The Commentariolum petitionis attributed to Quintus Cicero, by G.L. Hendrickson.--A sketch of the linguistic conditions of Chicago, by C.D. Buck.--Two twice-told tales, by J.J. Meyer.--The unity of Plato's thought, by P. Shorey.--The Toledo manuscript of the Germania of Tacitus, by F.F. Abbott.--The introduction of comedy into the city Dionysia: a chronological study in Greek literary history, by E. Capps.
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