1. The Dynamics of Catullan Obscenity: cc. 37, 58 and 11
  2. Marilyn B. Skinner
  3. pp. 1-11
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  1. The Original Ending of the Aeneas Tale: Cato and the Historiographical Tradition of Aeneas
  2. John F. Hall
  3. pp. 13-20
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  1. The Rainbow at the End of Aeneid 4
  2. Robert C. Ketterer
  3. pp. 21-23
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  1. Iocosus Maecenas: Patron As Writer
  2. John F. Makowski
  3. pp. 25-35
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  1. The Orazio Lirico of Giorgio Pasquali: Its Place in His Career and in the History of Horatian Scholarship
  2. Barry B. Powell
  3. pp. 37-44
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  1. Identification of Latin Poets by Sound II
  2. Leo C. Curran
  3. pp. 45-66
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  1. Petronian Urbanity in the "Carpe, Carpe" Joke (Pet. Sat. 35.7-36.8)
  2. Rick M. Newton
  3. pp. 67-69
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  1. Cato and the Battle with the Serpents
  2. Emily E. Batinski
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  1. Etymological Play on Alphius—Olphius: (Martial 9.95)
  2. Barbara Pastor de Arozena
  3. pp. 81-84
  4. DOI: 10.1353/syl.1992.0004
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