Veritatis Amicitiaeque Causa: Essays in Honor of Anna Lydia Motto and John R. Clark

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Editors: Edmund P. Cueva, Shannon N. Byrne
Product Code: 4541
ISBN: 978-0-86516-454-3
Pages: 364
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This collection of essays is a tribute to two respected scholars of classical antiquity whose contributions were many and distinguished. The subject matter runs the gamut of classical studies, ranging from the fifth century BCE to Late Antiquity.


Special Features

  • Augustus, Rome, and the Romans — Herbert W. Benario
  • Maecenas in Seneca and Other Post-Augustan Authors — Shannon N. Byrne
  • Pisspots and Pumpkins: Three Notes to the Apocolocyntosis — John Scott Campbell
  • The Art and Myth of Cupid and Psyche — Edmund P. Cueva
  • Tiberius' Roman Retirement: Antecedents and Implications — Linda W. Rutland Gillison
  • Latinitas in the Late Antique Greek East: Cultural Assimilation and Ethnic Distinctions — Linda Jones Hall
  • Claudian Castores: Seneca and Crispus — George W. Mallory Harrison
  • Wine, Women, and What? Some Vices in Seneca's De Ira — Alexander MacGregor
  • The Dual Citizenship of the Roman Stoics — Mark Morford
  • Imperial Rome and the Habitations of Cruelty — Hans-Friedrich Mueller
  • Me Cheiron Patros: The Rising Generation in Euripides' Heracleidae — J. D. Noonan
  • Concerning the Plane Trees in Seneca's Twelfth Epistle — Michele Valerie Ronnick
  • Elephants, Pompey, and the Reports of Popular Displeasure in 55 BC — Jo-Ann Shelton
  • Roman Religion: Fragments and Further Questions — W. Jeffrey Tatum
  • Seneca and the Empire of Signs — Daniel R. White
  • Seneca's Second Exile: Seneca and the Romantics — William E. Wycislo

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