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Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History. XVI. Edited by Carl Deroux
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Chr. Reitz, Of Arms and Men : Arming Scenes in the Epic Tradition and in Vergil’s Aeneid, 5-22

A. Koptev, From the Tarquin Kingship to the Republic : Three Versions of the Graeco-Roman Historiography, 23-93

R. Cowan, Valerius Cato, Callimachus and the Very Large Girl (Ticida fr 103 FRP), 94-100

A. Vergados and Sh. O’ Bryhim, Reconsidering Catullus’ Passer, 101-113

R. J. Starr, Catullus 14 and Catullus 1 : Gift Books, Booksellers, and Poetic Statements, 114-125

M. S. Marsilio, Catullus 36 : Love and Literary Criticism, 126-133

D. A. Phillips, Potestas and Auctoritas : Augustus and Elections 27-17 B.C., 134-150

D. Engels, Dionysius of Halicarnassus on Roman Religion, Divination, and Prodigies, 151-175

L. Rivero García, Notes on the Text of Virgil’s Aeneid. Apropos the New Teubner Edition, 176-197

L. Fratantuono and C. Susalla, Virgil’s Camilla and the Authenticity of the Helen Episode, 198-210

N. Adkin, Virgil and the Etymology of « Tiger », 211-219

W. Liebeschuetz, Propertius 1, 1 : Introducing the Monobiblos, 220-234

M. F. Williams, Old and New Geography : Propertius on Alexander and the Hypanis, Caspian, and Araxes (Prop. I, 12, 3-4 ; II, 30, 19-20 ; IV, 3, 7-10, 35-40), 235-258

B. P. Weinlich, Virtus and Élite Identity in Propertius, 259-276

B. Buxton, A New Reading of the Prima Porta Augustus : the Return of the Eagle of Legio V Alaudae, 277-306

P. Murgatroyd, Wit and Humour at Ovid, Metamorphoses 3.316-338, 307-312

G. Mader, Name Game, Blame Game : Rhetoric and Identity Management in Ovid’s Myrrha Episode (Met. X, 298-502), 313-338

L. Fulkerson, Sad Ovid, Angry Augustus, 339-366

A.-M. Lewis, Reconsidering Ovid’s Relationship to Perilla (Tristia III, 7), 367-397

R. Edwards, His Father’s Son and His Son’s Father : Augustus and Germanicus in Tiberian Documents, 398-414

B. Levick, Some Renewals of imperium : Timing and Wording, 415-426

M. Gray-Fow, I. N. R. I., 427-436

D. Woods, Seven Notes on the Reign of Caligula, 437-471

S. Van Overmeire, Nero, the Senate and People of Rome. Reactions to an Emperor’s Image, 472-491

J. K. Newman, Notes on Lucan’s Epic, 492-529

M. B. Charles and E. Anagnostou-Laoutides, Vespasian, Caenis and Suetonius, 530-547

B. Mulligan, Animal Play : Bilingual Onomastics and the Arrangement of Statius, Silvae 2, 548-581

K. Bradley, The Birthplace of Hadrian : Pursuing Ghosts, 582-613

L. Van Abbema, Ammianus Marcellinus 28, 4 : Juvenalian Vice and Writing of History, 614-638

M. Vannesse, Ammianus Marcellinus on Julian’s Persian Expedition(363 A.D.) : a Note on the Supply Chain, 639-645

A. Dupont, A « Status Quaestionis » on Recent Debates on the Chronology and the Dating Methodology of Augustine’s Sermones ad Populum, 646-659

C. Deroux, Concerning an Alleged Enigmatic “Hapax” : iot(t)icus (Life of Saint Eligius II, 16, MGH, Scr. rer. Mer. IV, p. 705,13), 660-667