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The faculty publish and teach in areas spanning the ancient Mediterranean, from the Bronze Age through late antiquity, and on to the reception of the Classical tradition in western culture. The Department also sponsors an excavation, in Gangivecchio, Sicily. We maintain close interdisciplinary connections to the departments of Anthropology, Art, History, Communication Studies, Comparative Literature, History, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Rhetoric, the Translation Workshop, and the Project in the Rhetoric of Inquiry (POROI). The University of Iowa Libraries' holdings in Classics are among the most extensive in the United States.
published byDepartment of Classics, University of Iowa
viewing issueVolume 28 (2017)
Table of Contents
- Sound, Sense, and Sequence in Meleager and Catullus
- pp. 51-79
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