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by E. M. Craik

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E. M. Craik
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Clarendon Press; 1 edition (July 12, 1990)
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by Elizabeth M. Craik and Kenneth James Dover.

by Elizabeth M. The contributors include Sir Hugh Lloyd-Jones, . Lewis, A. Andrews, I. Kidd, . MacDowell, among others.

Owls to Athens - Elizabeth M. Craik (e. : ‘Owls to Athens’: Essays on Classical Subjects Presented to Sir Kenneth Dover. Pp. xvi + 414; 1 photo, 1 cartoon, 19 figs. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990. 50. E. W. Handley (a1). Trinity College, Cambridge.

Similar books and articles. Classical Papers Sir Hugh Lloyd-Jones: Greek Epic, Lyric and Tragedy, the Academic Papers of Sir Hugh Lloyd-Jones. The Attic Theatre A. Pigkard-Cambridge: The Theatre of Dionysus in Athens. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1946.

Sir Kenneth J. Dover, former President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford . Dover, former President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, now Chancellor of the University of St. Andrews and part-time professor of Classics at Stanford, is one of the most outstanding British Hellenists since Gilbert Murray. For Dover's seventieth birthday his pupils and close colleagues presented this rich collection of essays to their teacher. What strikes at first sight an American or continental European is the almost exclusively British origin of the contributors.

Sir Kenneth Dover, now Chancellor of the University of St Andrews, is an outstanding Greek scholar of international reputation. Essays on Classical Subjects for Sir Kenneth Dover.

Publisher: Bryn Mawr College.

Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990. Lang: Cohen, David, Law, Sexuality and Society: The Enforcement of Morals in Classical Athens (. This page is part of People with a History

Greek in Late Roman Gaul: the evidence of Ausonius", in E. M., Owls to Athens: essays on classical subjects presented to Sir Kenneth Dover, (Oxford, 1990), 311-9.

Greek in Late Roman Gaul: the evidence of Ausonius", in E. Scaliger, Vinet, and the Text of Ausonius", in A. Dalzell, C. Fantazzi, R. J. Schoeck (ed., Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of neo-Latin Studies (Binghamton, New York, 1991), 357-62.

4 E., Owls to Athens: Essays on Classical Culture Presented to Sir Kenneth Dover (Oxford, 1990).

In this seventieth-birthday tribute to renowned Greek scholar Sir Kenneth Dover, a diverse group of his former pupils and colleagues contribute a selection of essays, on topics ranging from drama and poetry to history, society, art, language, metre, rhythm, texts, and scholars. The contributors include Sir Hugh Lloyd-Jones, D.A. Russell, R.G.M. Nisbet, D.M. Lewis, A. Andrews, I. Kidd, M.L. West, and D.M. MacDowell, among others.