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Classical studies presented to Ben Edwin Perry by his students and colleagues at the University of Illinois, 1924-60.


Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1969.
ISBN 9780252723049, 025272304X

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Other Authors Perry, B. E. 1892-1968.
Subjects Classical philology.
Philologie ancienne.
Series Illinois studies in language and literature ; v. 58.
Description 309 pages illustrations, portrait 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Published works of Ben Edwin Perry / Marian Harman -- Aesop and Brito / Lloyd W. Daly -- Lucianic natural history / Jerry Stannard -- Some false fragments / Aubrey Diller -- A difference of metaphor between Propertius and Ovid / John C. Thibault -- The text of Sergii de arte grammatica in codex reg. lat. 1587 / Chauncey E. Finch -- The development of Erasmus' views on the correct pronunciation of Latin and Greek / John J. Bateman -- The Wanax of the Mycenaean state / George E. Mylonas -- Epicurus at Monticello / Henry C. Montgomery -- Nausikaa's suitors / Richard Lattimore -- A new manuscript fragment of Constantinus Africanus, Compendium megatechni Galeni / L.R. Lind -- On the names of old and young men in Plautus / William M. Seaman -- The graphic analogue from myth in Greek romance / Grundy Steiner -- The text of Ovid's Amores / Revilo P. Oliver -- Latin lyric: craft and subject / Roy Arthur Swanson -- The preamble of the early Athena Nike decree / Alan L. Boegehold -- The fragments of Greek lexicography in the Papyri / Mark Naoumides -- Avianus, Falvianus, Theodosius, and Macrobius / W. Robert Jones -- Tà Exeðn toû Muós: new sources and text / John-Theophanes Papdemetriou -- Nicetas of Heraclea and Byzantine grammatical doctrine / Antonio Tovar -- To draw a labyrinth / John L. Heller and Stewart S. Cairns -- Athletic festivals in Greece and their Roman patrons in the second century, B.C. / Rachel Sargent Robinson -- Commodian and his verse / Kenneth M. Abbott -- Latin prose rhythm in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance / Harris Fletcher -- Cupra, Matuta, and Venilia pyrgenis / Robert E.A. Palmer -- Micum suum Ben Edwin Perry plurimum valere iubet / Kevin Guinagh.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)415
(OCoLC)ocm00000415
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