Classical Quarterly 68 (2018), 2

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The Classical Quarterly
Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018

TABLE OF CONTENT

Research article

DYING IS HARD TO DESCRIBE: METONYMIES AND METAPHORS OF DEATH IN THE ILIAD
Fabian Horn
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 359 – 383
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000053 Published Online on 18 February 2019

CRETAN ΝΟΜΟΙ: ARCHILOCHUS, FR. 232W WITHOUT HERACLIDES LEMBUS
Andrea Rotstein
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 384 – 393
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000538 Published Online on 18 January 2019

ION OF CHIOS: THE CASE OF A FOREIGN POET IN CLASSICAL SPARTA
Edmund Stewart
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 394 – 407
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000016 Published Online on 21 February 2019

EROS’ ATTACK ON ΚΤΗΜΑΤΑ: A NOTE ON SOPHOCLES, ANTIGONE 782
Emilio Capettini
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 408 – 414
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000563 Published Online on 14 January 2019

THE HORTATIVE AORIST
Michael Lloyd
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 415 – 424
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000132 Published Online on 13 February 2019

THE ETHICAL DISCUSSION OF PROTECTION (BOĒTHEIA) IN PLATO'S GORGIAS
Leo Catana
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 425 – 441
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000168 Published Online on 22 February 2019

WEDDING IMAGERY IN THE TALOS EPISODE: APOLLONIUS RHODIUS, ARGONAVTICA 4.1653–88
Sarah Cassidy
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 442 – 457
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000575 Published Online on 12 February 2019

P. CORNELIUS SCIPIO AND THE CAPTURE OF NEW CARTHAGE: THE TIDE, THE WIND AND OTHER FANTASIES
J.H. Richardson
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 458 – 474
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000368 Published Online on 26 October 2018

ΕΝ ΑΡΧΗΙ ΗΝ Ο ΛΟΓΟΣ: THE LONG JOURNEY OF GRAMMATICAL ANALOGY
Francesca Schironi
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 475 – 497
doi: 10.1017/S000983881900017X Published Online on 28 February 2019

MANUSCRIPT EVIDENCE FOR ALPHABET-SWITCHING IN THE WORKS OF CICERO: COMMON NOUNS AND ADJECTIVES
Neil O'Sullivan
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 498 – 516
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000472 Published Online on 15 January 2019

‘GREETINGS, CICERO!’: CAESAR AND PLATO ON WRITING AND MEMORY
Christopher B. Krebs
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 517 – 522
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000484 Published Online on 27 December 2018

PROVISIONAL ARGUMENTATION AND LUCRETIUS’ HONEYED CUP
Jason S. Nethercut
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 523 – 533
doi: 10.1017/S000983881800054X Published Online on 11 January 2019

DIODORUS SICULUS’ ‘SLAVE WAR’ NARRATIVES: WRITING SOCIAL COMMENTARY IN THE BIBLIOTHĒKĒ
Peter Morton
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 534 – 551
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000393 Published Online on 8 November 2018

CITING EMPEDOCLES: A BILINGUAL PUN AT OVID, MET. 15.58
Paul Roche
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 552 – 556
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000502 Published Online on 26 December 2018

FROM PRIAPUS TO CYTHEREA: A SEQUENTIAL READING OF THE CATALEPTON
Niklas Holzberg
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 557 – 565
doi: 10.1017/S000983881800037X Published Online on 22 October 2018

HECUBA SUCCUMBS: WORDPLAY IN SENECA'S TROADES
Chiara Battistella
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 566 – 572
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000514 Published Online on 11 January 2019

SENECAN ‘META-STOICALITY’: IN THE COGNITIVE GRASP OF ATREUS
John Stevens
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 573 – 590
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000460 Published Online on 19 December 2018

AGATHOS DAIMÔN IN CHARITON'S CHAEREAS AND CALLIRHOE (5.1.6, 5.7.10): SOME RAMIFICATIONS
Daniel Jolowicz
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 591 – 602
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000156 Published Online on 13 February 2019

MARTIAL ‘IN CALLIMACHVM’ (10.4)
Ben Cartlidge
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 603 – 611
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000411 Published Online on 8 November 2018

NOTES ON SUETONIUS’ GRAECA
Antonio Rollo
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 612 – 620
doi: 10.1017/S000983881900003X Published Online on 31 January 2019

PUSHING FORTY: THE PLATONIC SIGNIFICANCE OF REFERENCES TO AGE IN LUCIAN'S DOUBLE INDICTMENT AND HERMOTIMUS
Anna Peterson
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 621 – 633
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000587 Published Online on 11 January 2019
SLAUGHTER AND SPECTACLE IN QUINTUS SMYRNAEUS’ POSTHOMERICA
Nicholas Kauffman
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 634 – 648
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000041 Published Online on 31 January 2019

THE ALAMANNIC WAR WILL NOT TAKE PLACE—CONSTANTIUS’ II OPERATION AGAINST THE ALAMANNI IN 354
Felix K. Maier
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 649 – 659
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000356 Published Online on 23 October 2018

LIBANIUS ON JULIAN'S ALLEGED MURDER OF HIS WIFE HELENA
David Woods
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 660 – 666
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000526 Published Online on 11 January 2019

LATE CICERONIAN SCHOLARSHIP AND VIRGILIAN EXEGESIS: SERVIUS AND PS.-ASCONIUS
Giuseppe La Bua
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 667 – 680
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000551 Published Online on 14 January 2019

PROCLUS, PORPHYRY, ATTICUS AND THE MAKER? REMARKS ON PROCLUS, IN TI. II, 1.393.31–394.5 DIEHL (ATTICUS, FR. 28)
Gerd Van Riel
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 681 – 688
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000120 Published Online on 26 February 2019

SARDISMOS: A RHETORICAL TERM FOR BILINGUAL OR PLURILINGUAL INTERACTION?
Adam Gitner
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 689 – 704
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000028 Published Online on 31 January 2019

Shorter Notes

A NEOLOGIZING TAKE ON HIPPONAX, FR. 92.3 WEST
Archibald Allen
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 705 – 707
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000089 Published Online on 13 February 2019

THE SPEAKER AND THE ADDRESSEE OF SOPHOCLES’ TEREVS FR. 588 RADT AND THE CONTEXT OF FR. 583
Daniel Libatique
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 707 – 712
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000119 Published Online on 13 February 2019

ΑΛΗΘΙΝΟΣ (‘HIGH QUALITY’) IN AMPHIS, FR. 26 AND OTHER LATE CLASSICAL AND EARLY HELLENISTIC AUTHORS
S. Douglas Olson
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 712 – 714
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000090 Published Online on 6 February 2019

NOTE ON THE OXFORD LATIN DICTIONARY DEFINITION OF IRRVMO
Aven McMaster
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 714 – 716
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000459 Published Online on 8 November 2018

WHEN ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: AN UNNOTICED TELESTICH IN HORACE (SATIRES 1.4.14–18)
Erik Fredericksen
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 716 – 720
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000381 Published Online on 8 November 2018

SOCRATES’ HOUSE: A NOTE ON HORACE, ODES 1.29
Michael McOsker
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 721 – 723
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000447 Published Online on 13 November 2018

WHICH ROMANS PUNISHED THE GREEKS FOR WHAT THEY DID TO TROY?
Andrew Lintott
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 724 – 725
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000496 Published Online on 26 December 2018

DIRAE 15: AN EMENDATION
Boris Kayachev
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 725 – 728
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000423 Published Online on 8 November 2018

CIRIS 265: AN EMENDATION
Boris Kayachev
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 728 – 730
doi: 10.1017/S0009838818000435 Published Online on 13 November 2018

SENECA, DE BENEFICIIS 6.19.5—A NEGLECTED TEXT ON ROMAN PUBLIC LAW
Miriam Griffin, Andrew Lintott
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 731 – 733
doi: 10.1017/S000983881800040X Published Online on 10 January 2019

MISQUOTING SOPHOCLES’ OEDIPVS TYRANNVS. A NEW PROOF OF THE INAUTHENTICITY OF PS.-ARISTOTLE, ON THE COSMOS
Manuel Galzerano
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 733 – 735
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000065 Published Online on 8 February 2019

ONCE AGAIN ON EPICURUS’ LETTER TO HERODOTUS §§ 39–40
Francesco Verde
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 736 – 739
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000107 Published Online on 18 February 2019

AN UNRECORDED USE OF THE WORD ΚΛΙΜΑΞ
Petros Bouras-Vallianatos
The Classical Quarterly, Volume 68 / Issue 2, December 2018, pp 739 – 740
doi: 10.1017/S0009838819000077 Published Online on 12 February 2019

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Classical Quarterly 68 (2018), 2. in: H-Soz-Kult, 12.06.2019, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-11789>.
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