Classical Quarterly 54 (2004), 1

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The Classical Quarterly, Vol. 54, No. 1, 2004

Table of Contents

Frölich's table of Homeric wounds, K. B. Saunders, pp. 1-17

Asclepius and the legacy of Thessaly, Emma Aston, pp. 18-32

Draft evasion onstage and offstage in classical Athens, Matthew R. Christ, pp. 33-57

Idealized schole and disdain for work: aspects of philosophy and politics in ancient democracy, V. I. Anastasiadis, pp. 58-79

Fathers and sons in Plato's Republic and Philebus, M. F. Burnyeat, pp. 80-87

Reversing the myth of the Politicus, Gabriela Roxana Carone, pp. 88-108

A note on Plato Politicus 285d9-286b1, D. F. Bates, pp. 109-116

A haruspicy joke in Plautus, Ariana Traill, pp. 117-127

The composition and circulation of Cicero's In Verrem, Thomas D. Frazel, pp. 128-142

Cicero and Quintilian on the oratorical use of hand gestures Jon Hall, pp. 143-160

Did Julius Caesar temporarily banish Mark Antony from his inner circle? John T. Ramsey, pp. 161-173

Octavian's arrival in Rome, 44 b.c., Mark Toher, pp. 174-184

Masculinity and femininity in the Laudatio Turiae, Emily A. Hemelrijk, pp. 185-197

The end of the Rhine mutiny in Tacitus, Suetonius, and Dio, S. J. V. Malloch, pp. 198-210

Omnia vincit amor: why the Remedia fail, Laurel Fulkerson, pp. 211-223

Playing with marble: the monuments of the Caesars in Ovid's Fasti, Steven J. Green, pp. 224-239

Textual notes on Hercules Oetaeus and on Seneca's Agamemnon and Thyestes, John G. Fitch, pp. 240-254

Martial's fiction: Domitius Marsus and Maecenas, Shannon N. Byrne, pp. 255-265

A speech of the Emperor Hadrian, Christopher P. Jones, pp. 266-273

Shorter Notes

Medea 1250: dystyches d'ego gyne, Howard Jacobson, p. 274

Menis and Pelex. Protagoras on solecism, Julia Lougovaya and Rodney Ast, pp. 274-277

Aristotle on sperm competition in birds, Roger Brock, pp. 277-278

A pun in Antiphanes (fr. 225 K-A = Ath. 60C-D), Matthew Leigh, pp. 278-283

Some notes on methistemi in the inscription from Troizen, Mikael Johansson, pp. 283-285

Cyclopea: Philoxenus, Theocritus, Callimachus, Bion, J. H. Hordern, pp. 285-292

What did he do? Clearchus on Philoxenus (Ap. Ath. 1.5f-6a = Clearch. fr. 57 Wehrli), Krystyna Bartol, pp. 292-296

Ferimus, Nigel Holmes, pp. 296-297

Lucretius 5.1105-7, Martin Ferguson Smith, pp. 298-299

Aeneid 1.567-8, Howard Jacobson, pp. 299-300

The wolf and the dog (Horace, Sermones 2.2.64), L. B. T. Houghton, pp. 300-304

On the number of books in Ovid's Metamorphoses, Elena Merli, pp. 304-307

The Elder Seneca, Controversiae 2.1.1: sub domino sectore, John T. Ramsey, pp. 307-310

Seneca, Epistulae Morales 12.5: rulers and roofs, Howard Jacobson, p. 311

A note on Seneca, Quaestiones Naturales 6.1.5, Nigel Holmes, pp. 311-312

The star signs at Brundisium: astral symbolism in Lucan 2.691-2, Francisco Barrenechea, pp. 312-317

Peregrinus in Armenia, Kent J. Rigsby, pp. 317-318

The ending of Apuleius' Metamorphoses, P. Murgatroyd, pp. 319-321

Sophroniscus' son is approaching: Porphyry, Isagoge 7.20-1, Francesco Ademollo, pp. 322-325

The Constantinian origin of Justina (Themistius, Or. 3.43b), D. Woods, pp. 325-327

Julian's bull coinage: Kent revisited, Shaun Tougher, pp. 327-330

Anth. Lat. 36 De Euryalo: a sole surviving solace?, T. J. Leary, pp. 330-331

Erratum, p. 331


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