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Tyndarus’ Bilingual Pun And The Ambiguities Of Plautus’ Captivi. (Accepted; Pub. Year Tentative), Peter Barrios-Lech 2016 University of Massachusetts Boston

Tyndarus’ Bilingual Pun And The Ambiguities Of Plautus’ Captivi. (Accepted; Pub. Year Tentative), Peter Barrios-Lech

Peter Barrios-Lech

The article argues for a bilingual (Greek/Latin) pun at Plautus' Captivi 229-230, spoken by the principal character, Tyndarus, and places it within the context of his depiction and the generic ambiguity of the play itself.


The First Person Hortatory Subjunctive In New Comedy (Pub. Year Tentative), Peter Barrios-Lech 2016 University of Massachusetts Boston

The First Person Hortatory Subjunctive In New Comedy (Pub. Year Tentative), Peter Barrios-Lech

Peter Barrios-Lech

ABSTRACT: Article considers patterns of usage in the type ποιῶμεν  in Menander.


Catullan Obscenity And Modern English Translation, Tori Frances Lee 2016 Washington University in St. Louis

Catullan Obscenity And Modern English Translation, Tori Frances Lee

Arts & Sciences Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This thesis explores the ways Catullus uses obscenity in his poetry, and how modern translators captures those effects when translating obscenity into English. I first define obscenity by creating four categories of words that all have to do with taboo topics and exist only in certain contexts, outside of polite company: obscenities, technical terms, circumlocutions, and euphemisms. The first chapter analyzes Poems 16, 37, and 97, Catullus's most obscene, to show that the poet uses profanity as a literary device that gains its strength from its juxtaposition with non-obscene words. The second chapter looks at seven English translations written ...


Skyscrapers Of Rome, Elizabeth B. Condie 2016 Clackamas HIgh School

Skyscrapers Of Rome, Elizabeth B. Condie

Young Historians Conference

No abstract provided.


Women In Power: The Unique Position Of Vestal Virgins In Ancient Rome, Elizabeth D. Walker 2016 Clackamas High School

Women In Power: The Unique Position Of Vestal Virgins In Ancient Rome, Elizabeth D. Walker

Young Historians Conference

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Slavery: The Main Ingredient To An Ancient Greek Polis' Military Dominance, Steven T. Tran 2016 Clackamas High School

Slavery: The Main Ingredient To An Ancient Greek Polis' Military Dominance, Steven T. Tran

Young Historians Conference

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Sophocles' Electra As Agent Of Metatheatricality, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Sophocles' Electra As Agent Of Metatheatricality

Discentes

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An Alliterative Translation Of The Odyssey Book A: Lines 1-10, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

An Alliterative Translation Of The Odyssey Book A: Lines 1-10

Discentes

No abstract provided.


Animus After Actium? Antony, Augustus, And Damnatio Memoriae, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Animus After Actium? Antony, Augustus, And Damnatio Memoriae

Discentes

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Delphi And Discord, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Delphi And Discord

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A Rhetorical Redemption: Dido In The Classroom From Late Antiquity To The Fifteenth Century, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

A Rhetorical Redemption: Dido In The Classroom From Late Antiquity To The Fifteenth Century

Discentes

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Poetry Praising Poetry: An Examination Of Alcuin's Better-Known Poems, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Poetry Praising Poetry: An Examination Of Alcuin's Better-Known Poems

Discentes

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Faculty Interview With Rita Copeland, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Faculty Interview With Rita Copeland

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From The Editors, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

From The Editors

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Discentes Vol. 4 No. 2, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Discentes Vol. 4 No. 2

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No abstract provided.


Interdisciplinary Faculty Spotlight With Lauren Ristvet, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Interdisciplinary Faculty Spotlight With Lauren Ristvet

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The Forum Romanum: A Kaleidoscopic Analysis, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

The Forum Romanum: A Kaleidoscopic Analysis

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The Case Of Ataraxia And Apraxia In The Development Of Skeptic Thought, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

The Case Of Ataraxia And Apraxia In The Development Of Skeptic Thought

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Summer Stint In The Soil, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Summer Stint In The Soil

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Catullus: The Lesbia Cycle, 2016 University of Pennsylvania

Catullus: The Lesbia Cycle

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