1. Editor's Preface
  2. Angeliki Tzanetou
  3. p. viii
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  1. Reading Aeschylus through Seneca: Scenes of Capitulation in Agamemnon and Thyestes
  2. Adriana Brook
  3. pp. 1-24
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  1. Rewriting Vergil: The Influence of Lucan Bellum Ciuile 6 on the Parades of Heroes of Juvenal Satire 2 and Dante Paradiso 6
  2. Giulio Celotto
  3. pp. 25-41
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  1. He Licks the Dish but Does Not Taste the Ham: A Grouping of Pompeian Wall Writings and Its Engagement with Elegy and Roman Comedy
  2. Mathias Hanses
  3. pp. 42-65
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  1. Statius Silvae 1.3: A Stream and Two Villas
  2. Michael C. J. Putnam
  3. pp. 66-100
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  1. Wilamowitziana: Luigi Castiglioni on Wilamowitz's Zwangsemeritierung
  2. Antonio Tibiletti
  3. pp. 101-110
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  1. Cinematic Signatures of Orpheus and Operatic Evocations
  2. Jon Solomon
  3. pp. 111-136
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  1. Introduction: Plutarch and Gender
  2. Daniel W. Leon
  3. pp. 138-140
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  1. Women and Masculinity in the Life of Alexander
  2. Elizabeth Donnelly Carney
  3. pp. 141-155
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  1. Plutarch, Ἀνδρεία, and Rome
  2. Sulochana Asirvatham
  3. pp. 156-176
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  1. Performing Masculinity in Plutarch's Life of Pyrrhus
  2. Daniel W. Leon
  3. pp. 177-193
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  1. Tyrannical Men and Virtuous Women in Plutarch's Mulierum Virtutes
  2. Mallory A. Monaco Caterine
  3. pp. 194-208
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  1. Women, Politics, and Entertainment in Plutarch's Symposium of the Seven Sages
  2. Zoe Stamatopoulou
  3. pp. 209-231
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