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  • Contents Volume 45
Number 1
Fables and Frames: The Poetics and Politics of Animal Fables in Hesiod, Archilochus, and the Aesopica deborah steiner 1
Intertextual Dynamics in Moschus’s Europa jonathan smart 43
The Fox and the Bee: Horace’s First Book of Epistles christopher trinacty 57
Invisible Slaves, Visible Lamps: A Metaphor in Apuleius sonia sabnis 79
A Roman Folk Model of the Mind william michael short 109
BOOKS RECEIVED 149
Number 2
Timing Reciprocity in the Iliad marcel widzisz 153
Brothels, Boys, and the Athenian Adonia anne burnett 177
Chaerephon, Telephus, and Diagnosis in the Gorgias christopher moore 195
Demeter in Hermione: Sacrifice and Ritual Polyvalence sarah iles johnston 211
(Be)Coming Home(r): Nostalgia in Jean-Luc Godard’s Contempt yasuko taoka 243
BOOKS RECEIVED 259
Number 3
Collectors and the Eclectic: New Approaches to Roman Domestic Decoration
Guest Editor: Francesca C. Tronchin
Introduction: Collecting the Eclectic in Roman Houses francesca c. tronchin 261
From Silver Cups to Garden Gnomes: Toward a Contextual Reception of Standardized Images emanuel mayer 283
Illustrations follow page 304
Collectible Singletons eugene dwyer 305
Collecting Gods in Roman Houses: The House of the Gilded Cupids (VI.16.7, 38) at Pompeii lauren hackworth petersen 319
Roman Collecting, Decorating, and Eclectic Practice in the Textual Sources francesca c. tronchin 333
BIBLIOGRAPHY 347
BOOKS RECEIVED 359

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ISSN
1080-6504
Print ISSN
0004-0975
Pages
pp. 363-364
Launched on MUSE
2012-09-25
Open Access
No
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