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  Volume 127, Number 4 (Whole Number 508), Winter 2006

Table of Contents

From: American Journal of Philology

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The Manifold Uses of the Epic Past: The Embassy Scene in Herodotus 7.153-63

pp. 485-509
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Sculpted Meanings, Talking Statues: Some Observations on Posidippus 142.12 A-B (=XIX G-P) Και εν Προθυροις Θηκε Διδασκαλιην

pp. 511-523
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Eloquence under the Triumvirs

pp. 525-551
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Should the Aspiring Wise Man Travel? A Conflict in Seneca's Thought

pp. 553-586
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Brief Mention

Believing in Yesterday while Living for Today

pp. 589-594
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Provoking a Conversation

pp. 595-602
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Book Reviews

The Talking Greeks: Speech, Animals, and the Other in Homer, Aeschylus, and Plato (review)

pp. 603-607
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The World of Roman Song: From Ritualized Speech to Social Order (review)

pp. 607-611
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Reading After Actium: Vergil's Georgics, Octavian, and Rome (review)

pp. 611-615
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Flavius Josephus and Flavian Rome (review)

pp. 615-618
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 619-624
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Index

Index to Volume 127, 2006

pp. 627-631
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Research Areas

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