Cornell Studies in Classical Philology

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Classics faculty are the editors of the series Cornell Studies in Classical Philology published by Cornell University Press. It comprises monographs on a wide range of subjects within the field of classical studies, including literature, history, art, and archaeology.

It was founded in 1887 and its authors traditionally have some association, past or present, with Cornell University. It also includes many of the Townsend Lectures which bring to Cornell scholars of international reputation who present cutting edge research in classical studies.

Title List

68. Romilly, Jacqueline de. The life of Alcibiades: Dangerous Ambition and the Betrayal of Athens. Translated by Elizabeth Trapnell Rawlings. 2019. [68 CUP 68 JSTOR]

67. Rüpke, Jörg. On Roman Religion: Lived Religion and the Individual in Ancient Rome. 2016. [67 CUP 67 JSTOR]

66. Dunbabin, Katherine M. D. Theater and Spectacle in the Art of the Roman Empire. 2016. [66 CUP 66 JSTOR]

65. Pucci, Pietro. Euripides' Revolution under Cover: An Essay. 2016. [65 CUP 65 JSTOR]

64. Pelttari, Aaron. The Space That Remains: Reading Latin Poetry in Late Antiquity. 2014. [64 CUP 64 JSTOR]

63. Cribiore, Raffaella. Libanius the Sophist: Rhetoric, Reality, and Religion in the Fourth Century. 2013. [63 CUP 63 JSTOR]

62. Romilly, Jacqueline de. The Mind of Thucydides. Translated by Elizabeth Trapnell Rawlings. 2012. [62 CUP 62 JSTOR]

61. Malamud, Martha A. The Origin of Sin: An English Translation of the "Hamartigenia". 2011. [61 CUP 61 JSTOR]

60. Parker, Robert. On Greek Religion. 2011. [60 CUP 60 JSTOR]

59. Rebillard, Éric. The Care of the Dead in Late Antiquity. Translated by Elizabeth Trapnell Rawlings. 2009. [59 CUP 59 JSTOR]

58. Loraux, Nicole. The Mourning Voice: An Essay on Greek Tragedy. Translated by Elizabeth Trapnell Rawlings. 2002. [58 CUP 58 JSTOR]

57. Annas, Julia. Platonic Ethics, Old and New. 2000. [57 CUP 57 JSTOR]

56. Barnes, Timothy D. Ammianus Marcellinus and the Representation of Historical Reality. 1998. [56 CUP 56 JSTOR]

55. Newlands, Carole E. Playing with Time: Ovid and the "Fasti". 1995. [55 CUP 55 JSTOR]

54. Sorabji, Richard. Animal Minds and Human Morals: The Origins of the Western Debate. 1995. [54 CUP 54 JSTOR]

53. Johnson, W. R. Horace and the Dialectic of Freedom: Readings in "Epistles" 1. 1993. [53 CUP 53 JSTOR]

52. Gruen, Erich S. Culture and National Identity in Republican Rome. 1992. [52 CUP 52 JSTOR]

51. Hubbard, Thomas K. The Mask of Comedy: Aristophanes and the Intertextual Parabasis. 1991. [51 CUP 51 JSTOR]

50. Vlastos, Gregory. Socrates, Ironist and Moral Philosopher. 1991. [50 CUP 50 JSTOR]

49. Malamud, Martha A. Poetics of Transformation: Prudentius and Classical Mythology. 1989. [49 CUP 49 JSTOR]

48. Mitsis, Phillip. Epicurus' Ethical Theory: The Pleasures of Invulnerability. 1988. [48 CUP 48 JSTOR]

47. Johnson, W. R. Momentary Monsters: Lucan and His Heroes. 1987. [47 CUP 47 JSTOR]

46. Pucci, Pietro. Odysseus Polutropos. 1987. [46 CUP 46 JSTOR]

45. Fitch, John G. Seneca's Hercules Furens: A Critical Text with Introduction and Commentary. 1987. [45 CUP 45 JSTOR]

44. Conte, Gian Biagio. The Rhetoric of Imitation: Genre and Poetic Memory in Virgil and Other Latin Poets. 1986. [44 CUP 44 JSTOR]

43. Putnam, Michael C. J. Artifices of Eternity: Horace's Fourth Book of Odes. 1986. [43 CUP 43 JSTOR]

42. Asmis, Elizabeth. Epicurus' Scientific Method. 1984. [42 CUP 42 JSTOR]

41. Pucci, Pietro. The Violence of Pity In Euripides' "Medea". 1980. [41 CUP 41 JSTOR]

40. North, Helen F. From Myth to Icon: Reflections of Greek Ethical Doctrine in Literature and Art. 1979. [40 CUP 40 JSTOR]

39. Ahl, Frederick M. Lucan: An Introduction. 1976. [39 CUP 39 JSTOR]

38. Kirkwood, G. M. Poetry and Poetics from Ancient Greece to the Renaissance: Studies in Honor of James Hutton. 1975. [38 CUP 38 JSTOR]

37. Kirkwood, G. M. Early Greek Monody: The History of a Poetic Type. 1974. [37 CUP 37 JSTOR]

36. Hansen, Esther V. The Attalids of Pergamon. 1971. [36 CUP 36 JSTOR]

35. North, Helen F. Sophrosyne: Self-Knowledge and Self-Restraint in Greek Literature. 1966. [35 CUP 35 JSTOR]

34. Wiesen, David S. St. Jerome as a Satirist: A Study in Christian Latin Thought and Letters. 1964. [34 CUP 34 JSTOR]

33. Solmsen, Friedrich. Aristotle's System of the Physical World: A Comparison with His Predecessors. 1960. [33 CUP 33 JSTOR]

32. Wallach, Luitpold. Alcuin and Charlemagne: Studies in Carolingian History and Literature. 1959. [32 CUP 32 JSTOR]

31. Kirkwood, G. M. A Study of Sophoclean Drama. 1958. [31 CUP 31 JSTOR]

30. Solmsen, Friedrich. Hesiod and Aeschylus. 1949. [30 CUP 30 JSTOR]

28. Hutton, James. The Greek Anthology in France and in the Latin Writers of the Netherlands to the year 1800. 1946. [28 CUP 28 JSTOR]

27. Solmsen, Friedrich. Plato's Theology. 1942 [27 CUP 27 JSTOR]

26. Starr, Chester G. The Roman Imperial Navy: 31 B. C. –A. D. 324. 1941. [26 CUP 26 JSTOR]

24. Caplan, Harry. Mediaeval Artes Praedicandi: A Hand-List. 1936. [24 CUP 24 JSTOR]

23. Mountford, James Frederick. Index Rerum et Nominum in Scholiis Servii et Aelii Donati Tractatorum. 1930. [23 CUP 23 JSTOR]

22. Laistner, M. L. W. Isocrates: De Pace and Philippus. 1927. [22 CUP 22 JSTOR]

21. Mountford, James Frederick. Quotations from Classical Authors in Medieval Latin Glossaries. 1925. [21 CUP 21 JSTOR]

20. Cowles, Frank Hewitt. Gaius Verres: An Historical Study. 1917. [20 CUP 20 JSTOR]

19. Jones, Horace Leonard. The Poetic Plural of Greek Tragedy in the Light of Homeric Usage. 1910. [19 CUP 19 JSTOR]

18. Lane, Mary Corwin. Index to the Fragments of the Greek Elegiac and Iambic Poets as Contained in the Hiller-Crusius Edition of Bergk's Anthologia Lyrica. 1908. [18 CUP 18 JSTOR]

17. Powell, Benjamin Edwin. Erichthonius and the Three Daughters of Cecrops. 1906. [17 CUP 17 JSTOR]

16. Newton, Homer Curtis. The Epigraphical Evidence for the Reigns of Vespasian and Titus. 1901. [16 CUP 16 JSTOR]

15. Neville, K. P. R. The Case-Construction after the Comparative in Latin. 1901. [15 CUP 15 JSTOR]

14. Babcock, Clinton L. A Study in Case Rivalry: Being an Investigation Regarding the Use of the Genitive and the Accusative in Latin with Verbs of Remembering and Forgetting. 1901. [14 CUP 14 JSTOR]

13. Durham, Charles L. The Subjunctive Substantive Clauses in Plautus, not Including Indirect Questions. 1901. [13 CUP 13 JSTOR]

12. Fairbanks, Arthur. A Study of the Greek Paean, with Appendixes containing the Hymns Found at Delphi and the Other Extant Fragments of Paeans. 1900. [12 CUP 12 JSTOR]

11. Gloth, Catharina Maria and Mary Francisca Kellogg. Index in Xenophontis Memorabilia. 1900. [11 CUP 11 JSTOR]

10. Ferguson, William Scott. The Athenian Archons of the Third and Second Centuries before Christ. 1899. [10 CUP 10 JSTOR]

9. Bennett, Charles Edwin. Critique of Some Recent Subjunctive Theories. 1898. [9 CUP 9 JSTOR]

8. Bates, Fred Orlando. The Five Post-Kleisthenean Tribes. 1898. [8 CUP 8 JSTOR]

7. Ferguson, William Scott. The Athenian Secretaries. 1898. [7 CUP 7 JSTOR]

6. Elmer, Herbert Charles. Studies in Latin Moods and Tenses. 1898. [6 CUP 6 JSTOR]

5. Van Cleef. Frank Louis. Index Antiphonteus. 1895. [5 CUP 5 JSTOR]

4. Botsford, George Willis. The Development of the Athenian Constitution. 1893. [4 CUP 4 JSTOR]

3. Walton, Alice. The Cult of Asklepios. 1894. [3 CUP 3 JSTOR]

2. Wheeler, Benjamin Ide. Analogy and the Scope of Its Application in Language. 1887. [2 CUP 2 JSTOR]

1. Hale, William Gardner. The Cum-Constructions: Their History and Functions—Part I: Critical. 1887. [1-1887 CUP 1-1887 JSTOR]

1. Hale. William Gardner. The Cum-Constructions: Their History and Functions—Part II: Constructive. 1889. [1-1889 CUP 1-1889 JSTOR]