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The fifteenth volume of PLLS (and the fifth in the Langford series) contains major papers on early Greek epic and tragedy, aspects of ekphrasis, Roman republican culture and politics, and astrology in the imperial period.
Table of Contents
D.L. Cairns (University of Edinburgh) Ate in the Homeric Poems 1
Erwin Cook (Trinity University, San Antonio) Epiphany in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter and the Odyssey 53
James A. Francis (University of Kentucky) Living Images in the Ekphrasis of Homer and Hesiod 113
Alex Hardie (University of Edinburgh) Hypsipyle, Dionysus Melpomenos and the Muse in Tragedy 143
Évelyne Prioux (CNRS, Paris Ouest-Nanterre) Hellenistic Ekphraseis as Programmatic Allegories? 191
D.H. Berry (University of Edinburgh) Cicero and Greek Art 223
Anthony Corbeill (University of Kansas) Cicero and the Etruscan Haruspices 243
Trevor Luke (The Florida State University) Julius Caesar as Rex? The ovatio of January 44 BC 267
Angela M. Andrisano (Università di Ferrara) Multiple Models and Horace: Epodes 1, 3 and 5 285
Delphina Fabbrini (Università di Firenze) Luxury and Ekphrasis in Martial 303
M.W. Dickie (University of Edinburgh) Julius Firmicus Maternus' Defence of Astrology 317
Index locorum 349
Langford Colloquia and Seminars, 2001 to 2011 357
PLLS 1-15 365