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125 ff.

173 ff.

Ablative of association : 64 ff.

Diaeresis, bucolic: 111 ff.
Abstract deities in early Roman reli- didascaliae, Terence: 125 ff.
gion: xxxiv f.

dies natalis, relation to inscriptions on
Accent and elision in Latin verse: 82 ff. restored temples: 52 ff.
Aeschylus, Prom. 435: xlv f.

Donatus and the Terence didascaliae :
Apperception in sentence structure: 32 ff.
Aratus and Theocritus : lxv.

Ecbatana, inscription at: xxxii f.
Aristophanes, date of his death : xlvii f. Elision and accent in Latin verse : 82ff.
Artaxerxes II, inscription of: xxxii f. Epigraphy, Greek, notes: lxii f.; Latin :
Association, ablative of: 64 ff.; in sen- liv; 52 ff.
tence structure: 32 ff.

Euripides, Medea, 240: xxviii.
Aurelius, M., comparisons and illustra- Facsimiles, bureau for Ms: lxiv f.
tions in: xxix f.

Filelfo, in his letters: vi ff.
aúrós, in Plato: lxviii.

Futures in -bo in Hindu dialects: xi ff.
Birds, in Ovid: lxvi f.

Galliambic rhythm: xxxviii ff.
-bo futures, Hindu dialects: xi ff. German, advanced, criticism of texts
Brain, simplified nomenclature of: xiii ff. for: lx f.
brevis brevians: 176 f.; coalescens : Goethe, demonology in Faust: v f.

Greek conservatism, aspects of: xx ff.
Bucolic diaeresis: in ff.

Havelok Ms: liv.
Caesar, B.G. vi, 30, 4, emended: xxv; Hiatus, correption in: lvii.

date of B.C. : 234 f.; date of B.G.: Hittite inscriptions and language: lxvi.
216 ff. ; purpose of, in writing: 219 ff.; Homer, bucolic diaeresis in: in ff.;
title of his work: 211 ff.

Iliad, ii. 408, note on: xix f. ; religion
Chronology, Roman: 6 ff.

in, study of: xlviii f.
Cicero, de off., i. 7. 8: xxxvi f.; his Horace, alcaic strophe: lxvii f. ; Carm.
villas: xxvii.

i. 3. 1-8: lv ff.
C.I.L. xiv. 309: liv.

Humanists, Filelfo: vi ff.
commentarii, meaning of: 224 ff. Iambic shortening: 173 ff.
Conditional sentences, classification of ille, quantity of: 159 ff.
(Latin): xli ff.

Indirect object (Latin) with verbs of
Conservatism, aspects of Greek: xx ff. favoring, helping, etc. : Ixiii f.
Curiosum (and Notitia), date of: xxxvf. Inscriptions on restored temples: 52 ff.
cyma recta : xxiv f.

Lay of the Two Lovers, sources of: lxiv.
cyma reversa : ib.

Livy, Oxyrhynchus epitome: 5 ff.
Dative (Latin), with verbs of favoring, Logaoedic, ancient and modern views
helping, etc. : Ixiji f.

of: xlix ff.
Demonology in Faust: v f.

lunula : lxi f.

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Medea's Marriage Problem: xxviii. Seneca, style of: 45 ff.
Neo-Platonic demonology in Faust : Sentence structure, types of, Latin :
v f.

32 ff.
Nomenclature of brain, simplification of: Shoe, Roman, lunula on : lxi f.
xiï ff.

Sinope, ancient: xxv ff.
Notitia and Curiosum, date of: xxxv f. *s0 (sam, sos, etc.) : 204 ff.
Ovid, birds in : lxvi f.

Syllables of diminishing value: 164 ff.
Oxyrhynchus epitome of Livy: 5 ff. Syncope, pretonic: 186 ff.
Pausanias, personality of: xxxi f. Synizesis, Plautine: 158 ff. ; later : 199 ff.
Pause-elision, in Latin verse: 82 ff.; Tacitus, style of: 41 ff.
in Dante and Milton: 102 ff.

Terence, didascaliae, Donatus's version
Plautus, notes on: xlvi f.; relation of of: 125 ff. ; gemination in: xliv ;

thought to verse: liii; synizesis in: notes on Adelphoe : xlvi f. ; order of
158 ff. ; travel in : xlvii.

plays: 151 f.; text tradition, new
Possessive pronouns, synizesis of: 190 ff. evidence for: 157 ; travel in : xlvii.
Quintilian, style of: 49 f.

Theocritus (and Aratus): Ixv.
Reinhold, lost chronicon : 5 ff.

Time relations, errors in: xxxiii f.
Religion, Homeric, study of: xlviii f.; Tragedy, French classic, mise en scène

early Roman, abstracts in: xxxiv f. in: liii.
Roman de Galeran : lxi.

Vergil, Ciris : lii; Aen. ii. 559–621 :
Sapphic, minor, ancient and modern lvii ff. ; see also Accent.
views of: xlix ff.

Yokuts Indian language: lix f.


JULY 1, 1904, TO JANUARY 1, 1906.

It is intended that the Bibliographical Record shall include publications that are either philological in character, in the broadest sense, or that deal with the educational aspects of the study of language and literature. The period covered is as indicated above.

ABBREVIATIONS. AHR - American Historical Review.

JBL – Journal of Biblical Literature. AJA — American Journal of Archaeology. FGP- Journal of Germanic Philology. AJP - American Journal of Philology.

JHUC — Johns Hopkins University Circu. AJSL - American Journal of Semitic Lan

lars. guages.

LL- Latin Leaflet. AJT American Journal of Theology.

MLA - Publications of the Modern Language Archiv - Archiv für latein. Lexikographie, Association. Bookm. - The Bookman.

MLN- Modern Language Notes. cy- Classical Journal.

MP – Modern Philology. CP- Classical Philology,

Nat. - The Nation. CR-Classical Review,

NW - The New World. CSCP - Cornell Studies in Classical Philology. PAPA - Proceedings of the American PhiloER- Educational Review,

logical Association. GWUB - George Washington University PUB – Princeton University Bulletin. Bulletin.

SR - School Review. HSCP - Harvard Studies in Classical Philol- TAPA - Transactions of the American Philoogy

logical Association. HSPL- Harvard Studies and Notes in Phil- UMS – University of Michigan Studies. ology and Literature.

UPB – University of Pennsylvania Bulletin. IF- Indogermanische Forschungen.

WRUB – Western Reserve University BulJAOS – Journal of the American Oriental letin.


Lucian (selected writings), pp. xlii

+ 265, 1905; Ginn & Co. (col

lege series of Greek authors). W. MUSS-ARNOLT. A concise dictionary of the Assyrian

language ; 2 vols., pp. 576, 626; Berlin: Reuther & Reichard ; New York: Lemcke & Büchner,

1905. Supar, (amél)šuparsak(a) (amél)šak

šupp(bb)ar, and related terms ;

AJSL, xx, 186–198.
(Assyrian) lexicographical notes ;

Ib., xx, 233-234.
King's Studies in eastern history;

Ib., xxi, 238–246.
Recent contributions on early Chris-

tian and Talmudic literature ;

AJT, ix, 178-185.
Recent books on patristic literature ;

Ib., 574-583.

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GEORGE R. BERRY. The book of proverbs, in An Ameri. commentary

the Old Testament ; American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia.



On Luke xv, 25, ovuowvla = bag.

pipe; JBL, 1904. The ballad of the demon lover;

MLN, October, 1904.
Some traditional songs; American
Journal of Folklore, January-

March, 1905.
Traditional ballads in New England:

I, Ib., April-June, 1905; II, 16.,
July-September, 1905 ; III, Ib.,
October-December, 1905.

The vowel n° (as in raw), o (as in

rode), u (as in rude); Physical
Review, August, 1905.

Rev. of The unfolding of the ages ;

Baltimore Sun, November, 1905.

DAVID HORACE BISHOP. Composition work and literature

study in the high school; Van. derbilt University Quarterly, iv, 242–255.

Direct speech in Lucan as an element

of epic technic; PAPA, XXXV

(1964), xciv-xcvi. WILLIAM N. BATES. Revision of Hertzberg's History of

Greece, vol. iii, in A history of all nations ; Philadelphia : Lee Bros.,

1905. A signed amphora of Meno; AJA,

ix, 170-181.
The Etruscan inscriptions in the

Free Museum of Science and
Art; Trans. of the Dept. of
Archaeology, Univ. of Penn., i, pt.

3, 165-168, and pl. xix-xxii.
Von Mach's Greek sculpture, AJP,

xxv, 208–209. The new marbles in the museum,

Univ. of Penn. Alumni Register,

ix, 147 ff. The palace at Cnossus; The Ameri.

can Architect, lxxxix (1906), 87 ff. PAUL BAUR.

Tityros; AJA, ix, 157-165. EDWARD A. BECHTEL. Livy, the war with Hannibal, pp.

174; Chicago: Scott, Foresman

& Co., 1905. A. J. BELL. Virgil and the drama; SR, June,

1905, 458–474. A visit to the Mamertine; Acta

Victoriana, 1905, 148–153.

On the minor and problematic Indo-

European languages; PAPA, XXXV

(1904), xxvii-xxxiv. Cerberus, the dog of Hades, the his

tory of an idea ; pp. 41 ; Chicago:

The Open Court Publishing Co. Brahmanical riddles and the origin

of theosophy; Congress of Arts and Science, Universal Exposition,

St. Louis, 1904, ii, 481-492. The long-lost Mani Bible; Harper's

Monthly, March, 1906, 527-533.

The Çāntikalpa of the Atharva-

Veda; TAPA, xxxv (1904), 77

127. Articles on Sanskrit and Vedic in the

Encyclopaedia Americana. Rev. of T. W. Rhys Davids, Buddhist

India ; AHR, X, 136–137. Rev. of Vincent A. Smith, The early

history of India; AHR, xi, 121

123. Rev. of Bernard P. Grenfell and

Arthur S. Hunt, The Oxyrhynchus papyri, pt. iii, Catholic University Bulletin, X, 495-500.

Vocabulary for C. T. Smith's edition

of Xenophon's Anabasis (i-iv),
pp. 303-488; New York: D. Ap-

pleton & Co., 1905. The use of apostrophe in Homer ;

CR, xix, 383–386.
Rev. of Heffelbower's translation of

Croiset's abridged history of Greek
literature; C), i, 30.

Fragment of a treasure list found in

the acropolis wall of Athens;

AJA, viii, 1904 (with plate). CARL DARLING BUCK. Notes on certain forms of the Greek

dialects; CR, xix, 242–250, 286. ISAAC B. BURGESS. A tabulated statement of instances

in which a difference in the quantity of vowels indicates a difference in the meaning, rev. ed. 1905, PP. 4; Morgan Park (Ills.) Academy Book Room.



On the distinction between comitia

and concilium ; ΤΑΡΑ,

(1904), 21-32. Ancient history; Encyclopaedia

Americana. Rev. of Goodspeed's History of the

ancient world; Political Science Quarterly, xx, 333 f.

Franklin Bi-Centenary ; South At-

lantic Quarterly. The drama in England; Methodist

Longfellow, twenty years after ;

Sewanee Review.
J. Fenimore Cooper ; Methodist Re-

view. Ralph Waldo Emerson; Lutheran

Quarterly. Authority in English pronunciation;

Popular Science Monthly.

For Christmas day and other verse

translations of Latin hymns, pp.
10; Syracuse: The Mason Press,

1904. MITCHELL CARROLL. The site of ancient Phalerum ;

GWUB, iii, October, 1904. Thucydides, Pausanias, and the

Dionysium in Limnis; CR, xix,

325-328. Abstract of same; AJA, ix, 70–71. Aristotle's aesthetics of painting and

sculpture; GWUB, iv, October,

1905. SAMUEL ALEXANDER CHAMBERS. The vowel r and the coronal vowels

in English ; PAPA, xxxv (1904),

1xxx f. French instruction in California,

its aims and methods; SR, xii,

No. 6. J. E. CHURCH, JR. The construction of Juvenal, Sar. i;

PAPA, xxxv (1904), lxxi-lxxiv.
Old problems in Horace and Virgil :

(a) Horace, Carm. i, 3, 1-8;
(6) Virgil, Aeneid, i, 249 ;
(c) Virgil's use of the proper

names of the winds in the Aeneid; PAPA, XXXV. (1954), xcvi-xcvii.

The gospel of Saint John in West-

Saxon, edited from the manu-
scripts, with introduction and
notes, and with a glossary by
Lancelot Minor Haris; Boston:

D. C. Heath & Co., 1904.
The gospel of Saint Matthew in

West-Saxon, edited from the
manuscripts; Boston: D. C.

Heath & Co., 1904.
The gospel of Saint Mark in West-

Saxon, edited from the manu-
scripts; Boston: D. C. Heath &
Co., 1905.

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