Papers of the Leeds International Latin Seminar, Tenth Volume, 1998.
Greek Poetry, Drama, Prose; Roman Poetry
Edited by F. Cairns and M. Heath
ISBN 978-0-905205-95-3. ARCA 38. vi+409pp. Cloth. 1998.
PLLS 10 consists, as did earlier volumes in the series, in part of revised and usually expanded versions of papers presented at seminar meetings and in part of further papers contributed at the invitation of the editors.
Michael Reichel: How oral is Homer's narrative? (1-22)
Malcolm Heath: Was Homer a Roman? (23-56)
Douglas L. Cairns: 'Aotos', 'Anthos', and the death of Archemorus in Bacchylides' ninth Ode (57-73)
J.G. Howie: Thucydides and Pindar: the Archaeology and Nemean 7 (75-130)
Ian Rutherford: Theoria as theatre: pilgrimage in Greek drama (131-156)
C. Anne Wilson: Wine rituals, Maenads and Dionysian fire (157-168)
A.S. Hollis: Nicander and Lucretius (169-184)
Ernst A. Schmidt: Freedom and ownership: a contribution to the discussion of Vergil's First Eclogue (185-201)
Francis Cairns: Tibullus 2.2 (202-234)
Andreas Michalopoulos: Some cases of Propertian etymologising (235-250)
Alex Hardie: Horace, the Paean and Roman Choreia (Odes 4.6) (251-293)
R.K Gibson: Meretrix or matrona? Stereotypes in Ars Amatoria 3 (295-312)
Karl Galinsky: The speech of Pythagoras at Ovid Metamorphoses 15.75-478 (313-336)
K.M. Coleman: Martial Book 8 and the politics of AD 93 (337-357)
Lindsay Watson: Martial 8.21, literary lusus, and imperial panegyric (359-372)
Alain M. Gowing: Greek advice for a Roman senator: Cassius Dio and the Dialogue between Philiscus and Cicero (38.18-29) (373-390)
Meetings of the Leeds International Latin Seminar, 1988-1998
Contents of PLLS volumes 1-10
Author-index of PLLS volumes 1-10.