1. The Place of ψυχή in Plato’s Crito
  2. Yosef Z. Liebersohn
  3. pp. 1-20
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  1. Meidias Tyrannos: Meidias’ Tyrannical Attributes in Demosthenes 21
  2. T. George Hendren
  3. pp. 21-43
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  1. “Honor” in Rhodes: Dio Chrysostom’s Thirty-First Oration
  2. C. Bailey
  3. pp. 45-62
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  1. Perturbatio, frugalitas, and bene beateque uiuendum: Ciceronian Philosophy as Ciceronian Defense in Pro Rege Deiotaro
  2. Daniel Hanchey
  3. pp. 63-83
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  1. The Campanian Case of Gaius Lucilius: Downtrodden Satire from Suessa Aurunca
  2. Ian Goh
  3. pp. 91-120
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  1. In the Land of the Giants: Greek and Roman Discourses on Vesuvius and the Phlegraean Fields
  2. Catherine Connors
  3. pp. 121-137
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  1. From otium to imperium: Propertius and Augustus at Baiae
  2. Amy Leonard
  3. pp. 139-154
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  1. Campanian Politics and Poetics in Silius Italicus’ Punica
  2. Antony Augoustakis
  3. pp. 155-169
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  1. The Literary House of Mr. Octavius Quartio
  2. Peter E. Knox
  3. pp. 171-184
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  1. Naples and the Landscape of Virgilian otium in the Carmina Bucolica of Petrarch and Boccaccio
  2. Ian Fielding
  3. pp. 185-205
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  1. Editor’s Preface
  2. Antony Augoustakis
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  1. Introduction: Campania: Poetics, Location, and Identity
  2. Ian Fielding, Carole E. Newlands
  3. pp. 85-90
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