|PA9999.K4||A comparative study of three epic heroes: Aeneas, Odysseus, Jason.||1|
|PA9999 Adam||Tense and aspect in Roman historiographic narrative : a functional approach to the prose of the Memoria rerum gestarum /||1|
|PA9999 Adams||Historical change and the phonological component of Greek: an enquiry into the history of the Greek verb from classical times to the present.||1|
|PA9999 Albritton||In the grip of the future : the tragic experience of time /||1|
|PA9999 Allen||The clausulae in certain orations of Cicero.||1|
|PA9999 Allison||The problem of Asianism and the cultic proclamations of Antiochus I of Commagene /||1|
|PA9999 Arnhart||Aristotle on political reasoning : a commentary on the Rhetoric /||1|
|PA9999 Bach||Scriptores historiae Augustae (I-XVIII) as a source for Roman private life.||1|
|PA9999 Ballantyne||The Medea myth.||1|
|PA9999 Bass||The military narrative in Virgil's Aeneid books IX-XII.||1|
|PA9999 Bazemore||The role of script in ancient society : the Cypriote syllabic inscriptions : a study in grammatology /||1|
|PA9999 Benardete||Achilles and Hector: the Homeric hero.||1|
The history and development of the concept theia moira and theia tochē down to and including Plato.
Narrative and identity in Heliodoros' Aithiopika /
|PA9999 Billings||The Socratic Elenchus||1|
|PA9999 Blake||A neglected use of iste in Plautus and Terence.||1|
|PA9999 Bloom||The political philosophy of Isocrates.||1|
|PA9999 Brokaw||The interrelations of literature and politics in the generation of Catullus.||1|
|PA9999 Brown||Philosophorum Pythagoreorum collectionis specimen ...||1|
|PA9999 Brunlich||The descriptive ablative in Plautus and Terence.||1|
|PA9999 Buls||Responses of the Delphic oracle in Herodotus||1|
|PA9999 Bunting||Rhetorical language in Ovid and Vergil /||1|
|PA9999 Burgi||A study of certain time designations in pre-Augustan literature.||1|
|PA9999 Bussert||Cato, Varro and Columella as sources for Roman religion.||1|
|PA9999 Buttenwieser||The distribution of the manuscripts of the Latin classical authors of the middle ages.||1|
|PA9999 Byre||Ekphraseis of works of art and places in the Greek epic from Homer to Nonnus /||1|
|PA9999 Callahan||The problem of time in ancient philosophy.||1|
|PA9999 Canakis||Kai : the story of a conjunction /||1|
|PA9999 Carruthers||Studies in Greek noun-formation: Greek nouns in Te, gen-Tes and the history of the I.E. suffix - ta.||1|
Early Attic history in fourth century literature.
Andreae Capellani regii francorum De amore.
|PA9999 Cavanaugh||Stage conventions in Roman comedy.||1|
|PA9999 Chamberlain||Balanced pairs of characters in Roman comedy.||1|
|PA9999 Chase||The use of attributive prepositional phrases in colloquial Latin ...||1|
|PA9999 Church||Criticism of the Greek drama in English literature of the nineteenth century.||1|
|PA9999 Cobbs||Prolegomena to the Ars Grammatica Tatvini.||1|
|PA9999 Coffee||Belli commercia : violent exchange in Vergil's Aeneid /||1|
|PA9999 Cohen||Exile in the political language of the early principate /||1|
|PA9999 Colthurst||The content of Latin courses in a number of North Central States.||1|
|PA9999 Conacher||Conceptions of pleasure in the pre-Socratic philosophers.||1|
|PA9999 Connelly||Renegotiating Ovid's Heroides /||1|
Studies in epic time-designations.
Studies in epic time-designations ...
|PA9999 Cordes||The religious use of oracles in Attic tragedy.||1|
A short history of the Greek language.
An outline of the history of the Greek language with particular emphasis on the koine and the subsequent stages ...
|PA9999 Cronin||The Athenian juror and his oath ...||1|
|PA9999 Crosley||A study of ancient Greek supplication.||1|
|PA9999 Curley||Versus propheciales, prophecia Johannis Bridlingtoniensis (the Prophecy of John of Bridlington): an edition by Michael Curley.||1|
|PA9999 Danker||Threnetic penetration in Aeschylus and Sophocles.||1|
|PA9999 Davenport||Poetic personification in Propertius and Tibullus.||1|
|PA9999 David||The dance of the muses /||1|
|PA9999 Davis||Studies in the Greek Drama||1|
The motivation of entrances in Roman comedy /
The motivation of entrances in Roman comedy
|PA9999 Di Raimondo||Word and deed in Greek tragedy.||1|
|PA9999 Dodd||Heroes on the edge : youth, status and marginality in fifth-century Greek narrative /||1|
The latinity of the Chronica of Regino of Prüm.
The Latinity of the Chronica of Regino of Prüm /
|PA9999 Dow||Minor female roles in the comedies of Terence.||1|
|PA9999 Downie||Professing illness : healing narrative and rhetorical self-presentation in Aelius Aristides' Hieroi logoi /||1|
A comparative study of the religion of the Iliad and Odyssey.
A comparative study of the religion of the Iliad and Odyssey ...
|PA9999 Dunkel||Panhellenism in Greek tragedy.||1|
|PA9999 Edmonds||A path neither simple nor single : the use of myth in Plato, Aristophanes, and the 'Orphic' gold tablets /||1|
|PA9999 Einarson||The meaning of sophrosyne.||1|
The technique of exposition in Roman comedy.
The technique of exposition in Roman comedy ... /