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I. Papers

Peter Gainsford

  Odyssey 20.356–57 and the Eclipse of 1178 b.c.e.: A Response to Baikouzis and Magnasco 1

Geert Roskam

Will the Epicurean Sage Break the Law if He is Perfectly Sure that He  Will Escape Detection? A Difficult Problem Revisited 23

D. S. Levene

  Defining the Divine in Rome 41

C. Michael Sampson

  Callimachean Tradition and the Muse’s Hymn to Ceres (Ov. Met. 5.341–661) 83

Yelena Baraz

  Pliny’s Epistolary Dreams and the Ghost of Domitian 105

Silvia Montiglio

  The (Cultural) Harmony of Nature: Music, Love, and Order in Daphnis and Chloe 133

Regina Höschele

  From Hellas with Love: The Aesthetics of Imitation in Aristaenetus’s Epistles 157

I. Presidential Address

Kathleen M. Coleman

  Bureaucratic Language in the Correspondence between Pliny and Trajan 189 [End Page 427]

II. Papers

Stephen Kidd

  The Meaning of bōmolokhos in Classical Attic 239

Robert L. Tordoff

  Coins, Money, and Exchange in Aristophanes’ Wealth 257

Tomislav Bilić

  Crates of Mallos and Pytheas of Massalia: Examples of Homeric Exegesis in Terms of Mathematical Geography 295

Shane Hawkins

  On the Oscanism salaputium in Catullus 53 329

Stephanie McCarter

  The Forging of a God: Venus, the Shield of Aeneas, and Callimachus’s Hymn to Artemis 355

III. Paragraphos

Neil Coffee et al.

  Intertextuality in the Digital Age 383 [End Page 428]



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