restricted access   Volume 110, Number 3, Spring 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

The Beginnings of Greek Allegoresis

pp. 299-321
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Taking Pleasure Seriously: Plutarch on the Benefits of Poetry and Philosophy*

pp. 323-349
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Homeric Precedents in the Representation of Lucan’s Pompey

pp. 351-372
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Alabamian Argonautica: Myth and Classical Education in The Quest of the Silver Fleece

pp. 373-397
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Paedagogus

Census Latinus 2009: Goals, Data Collected, Importance, Perspectives*

pp. 399-421
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Reviews

Linguistic Interaction in Roman Comedy by Peter Barrios-Lech (review)

pp. 423-424
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Pseudo-Plutarch und Stobaios: Eine synoptische Untersuchung by Heike Bottler (review)

pp. 424-426
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The Gentle, Jealous God: Reading Euripides’ Bacchae in English by Simon Perris (review)

pp. 426-427
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Oratory and Political Career in the Late Roman Republic by Henriette van der Blom (review)

pp. 427-428
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Rome’s Revolution: Death of the Republic and Birth of the Empire by Richard Alston (review)

pp. 429-430
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Plato’s Four Muses: The Phaedrus and the Poetics of Philosophy by Andrea Capra (review)

pp. 430-431
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Translation as Muse: Poetic Translation in Catullus’s Rome by Elizabeth Marie Young (review)

pp. 432-433
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Theologies of Ancient Greek Religion ed. by Esther Eidinow, Julia Kindt, Robin Osborne (review)

pp. 433-435
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Reviving Roman Religion: Sacred Trees in the Roman World by Ailsa Hunt (review)

pp. 435-436
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The Play of Allusion in the Historia Augusta by David Rohrbacher (review)

pp. 436-438
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Law and Order in Ancient Athens by Adriaan Lanni (review)

pp. 438-439
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Roman Literary Cultures: Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle ed. by Alison Keith, Jonathan Edmondson (review)

pp. 439-441
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Reviews in This Issue

p. 441
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Books Received

pp. 443-449
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