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Rev. of Roman historical sources

and institutions, UMS, humanistic series, i; Michigan Alumnus, xi,

301-303. A pilgrimage to Delphi and Mt. Par

nassus; Normal College News,

iii, 105-115. EDWARD BULL CLAPP. A quantitive difficulty in the new

metric ; CR, 1904, 339-340. The causes of Germany's eminence

in productive scholarship; Uni

versity Chronicle, 1904, 41–49. On reading Greek; ER, 1905, 243

249. CHARLES N. COLE. On Lucretius, v, 43 f.; CR, May,

1905. HERMANN COLLITZ. Zum Awesta-Alphabet ; Verhandl.

d. xiii. internat. Oriental-Kon. gresses (Leiden, 1904), 107–108. Das Analogiegesetz der westgerman

ischen Ablautsreihen; MLN, xx,

65–68. Dürfen and its cognates (note on

F. A. Wood's article); MLN, xx,

105. Zum vokalischen Auslautsgesetze der

germanischen Sprachen; MLN,

XX, 129-131.
Die Herkunft der a-Deklination;

Beiträge zur K’unde der indogerm.

Sprachen, xxix, 81-114. ARTHUR STODDARD COOLEY. Greece in 1904 ; Boston Evening

Transcript, October, 1904. WILLIAM A. COOPER. The life of Goethe, vol. i, 1749–1788,

pp. xvi + 439, illustrated ; New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. [First part of authorized translation of Bielschowsky's Goethe, sein Leben und seine

Werke.] WALTER DENNISON. A visit to the battlefields of Caesar;

SR, xiii, 139–149.

A new head of the so-called Scipio

type ; an attempt at its identifica

tion; AJA, ix, 11-43. The latest excavations in the Roman

Forum ; Records of the Past, 1905,

171-179. Book Reviews; Bibliotheca Sacra,

lxi, 396, 397, lxii, 193, 194, 581

584. BENJAMIN L. D'Ooge. Latin composition to accompany

Greenough, D'Ooge, and Daniell's
Second year Latin, pp. x + 131 ;

Boston: Ginn & Co., 1904.
Latin composition for secondary

schools, pp. vi. + 321 ; same, 1905. The teaching of Latin composition

in secondary schools, pp. 12;

same, 1905. HERMAN L. EBELING. Report of Hermes, xxxviii ; AJP, xxv,

219–224, 468–473; do., xxxix; Ib.,

xxvi, 225–230, 474-480. H. C. ELMER. Some faults in our Latin dictiona

ries; CX, xix (1905), 112-117. A suggestion for a new Latin dic

tionary; PAPA, XXXV (1904),

xxxiv-xxxvii. The metrical reading of Latin poe.

try, an address before the fourteenth meeting of the New York

Latin Club; LL, May 8, 1905.
JEFFERSON ELMORE.
A note on Horace' Sat. i, 6, 126;

CR, xix, 400-401.
On Aristophanes' Peace, 990; Ib.,

436–437.
Abstract of same; PAPA, XXXV

(1904), xcii-xciii. ARTHUR FAIRBANKS. Archaeology an instrument of anthro

pology ; Iowa Journal of History

and Politics, July, 1904. Excavations in the Roman Forum in

1904 (report); AJA, ix, 74.
The cosmography of the Greeks ;

AJT, 1905, 791-793.
Editor ; C), 1905.

EDWIN W. Fay.
Studies of Latin words in -cinio,

-cinia-; II, -cinium, “calling," a
partially developed Latin suffix ;
CR, xviii, 349–351 ; III, Ib., 461–

463. The Indo-Iranian nasal verbs; I,

AJP, xxv, 369-389; II, Ib., xxvi,

172–203. EDWARD FITCH. Greek scholar; Chapter vi of Old

Greek, a memoir of Edward
North; McClure, Phillips & Co.,

1905. Roy C. FLICKINGER. The meaning of επί της σκηνής in

writers of the fourth century, pp.
16; Chicago: The University of

Chicago Press, 1904.
Plutarch as a source of information

on the Greek theater, pp. 64,
Chicago: the University of Chi-

cago Press, 1904. HAROLD NORTH FOWLER. The bronze chariot in the Metropoli

tan Museum ; Chautauquan, 1905,

50-55.
Editorial work in AJA.
BASIL L. GILDERSLEEVE.
Editorial and other contributions ;

AJP.
A syntactician among the psycholo-

gists; Journal of Philosophy, Psy-
chology, and Scientific Methods, ii

(1905), 92-97 CLARENCE WILLARD GLEASON. Greek prose composition for schools,

based upon Xenophon's Anabasis, I, i-viii, pp. 155; in Greek series for colleges and schools, ed. by H. W. Smyth ; New York: Ameri

can Book Co., 1905. JOHN GREENE. Notes on the emphatic neuter; CR,

xviii, 448–450.

ALFRED GUDEMAN.
Articles in vol. i of the Thesaurus

Linguae Latinae : ambulabilis,
ambulacrum, ambulatilis, ambula-
tio, ambulativa, ambulatiuncula,
ambulator, ambulatrix, ambulato-
rium, ambulatura, ambulatus, am-
bulo (pp. 1868–1877), amicimen,
amicio (pp. 1890–1891), amicto,
amictorius, amictum, amictus,
amiculatus, amiculum (pp. 1899–
1902), amnicola, amniculus, am-
nicus, amnigenus, amnis (pp. 1941-
1951), amplectibilis, amplector,
amplexabundus, amplexatio, am-
plexio, amplexor, amplexus, am-
pliatio, ampliator, amplificatio, ,
amplificator, amplifico, amplificus,
amplio, amplitudo, ampliusculus,
amplo, amplus, ample, ampliter,
amplius, amplissime (pp. 1989–

2017). GEORGE DEPUE HADZSITS. A commentary on materials essential

to the teaching of Roman history;

University of Cincinnati Press.
KARL P. HARRINGTON.
Horace as a nature poet; PAPA,

Xxxv (1904), v-vii.
The topography of Cicero's boyhood

home; AJA, ix (1905), 85. J. E. Harry. Edition of Aeschylus, Prometheus ;

American Book Co., 1905.
A misinterpreted Greek optative ;

PAPA, xxxv (1904), iv.
The same in full ; CR, April, 1905.
The perfect subjunctive, optative,

and imperative in Greek; PAPA,

Xxxv (1904), xxiv.
The same in full; CR, October,

1905.
L'Omission d' elvai, avec étoluos ;

Revue de Philologie, Avril, 1904. W. A. HEIDEL. Rev. of Döring, Geschichte der

griechischen Philosophie; Philosophical Review, xiv, 64-72.

:

OTTO HELLER.
Schiller, President's address at the

Schiller centennial celebration in
St. Louis ; Westliche Post, May 9,

1905.
Schiller und wir, contribution to the

Chicago Schiller-Gedenkbuch, 58–

59. Studies in modern German literature,

pp. ix + 301; Boston: Ginn &

Co., 1905.
Ahasver in der Kunstdichtung, a

paper read before the German
literature section at the Inter-
national Congress of Arts and

Science ; MP, iii (1905), 61-68. NATHAN WILBUR HELM. Rev. of Johnston's The private life

of the Romans; Journal of Peda-
gogy, xvii, 161 f.
Rev. of Carter's Virgil's Aeneid;

Ib., 162 f.
Rev. of Kirtland's Ritchie's Fabulae

Faciles; lb., pp. 244–246.
Rev. of Hale & Buck's Latin Gram-

mar; Ib.,
Rev. of Caesars (Harkness & Forbes',

Westcott's, Bennett's, Greenough,
D'Ooge, & Daniells', Towle &

Jenks'); Ib., 305-309.
Rev. of Allen & Greenough's New

Latin grammar ; Ib., xviii, 64 f.
Rev. of Ciceros (von Minckwitz's,

Forbes', Bennett’s Tunstall's);

Ib., 71-75.
Rev. of Daniell and Brown's New

Latin composition; Ib., No. 2.
Rev. of Pearson's Latin prose com-

position; Ib. Rev. of Mather's Caesar, episodes

from the Gallic and the Civil

Wars; Ib. E. WASHBURN HOPKINS. The fountain of youth; JAOS, xxvi

(1905), 167. Various reviews in Nat. and in

AJI (1905), 79-84. GEORGE B. HUSSEY.

Handbook of Latin homonyms, pp.

xxxi + 179; Boston: Benj. H.

Sanborn & Co., 1905. A. V. WILLIAMS JACKSON. The modern Zoroastrians of Persia ;

Homiletic Review, xlviii (1904),

14-19. Light on a ruined shrine: the fire

temple near Isfahan, illustrated;

New York Tribune, Sept. 4, 1904.
Articles Media, Merv; the Jewish

Encyclopedia, viii.
Bokhara the noble; The Outlook,

lxxix, 319–326.
Khshathra Vairya, one of the Zoro-

astrian archangels, in the memorial volume, Avesta, Pahlavi, and ancient Persian studies in honor of the late Dastur Peshotanji Behramji Sanjana, pp. 159–169;

Strassburg and Leipzig, 1904.
Avestan Zevishtyéng Aurvato, in

Yasna, 50, 7; Ib., 178-181.
The great rock inscription of King

Darius; The Independent, Aug.

25, 1905, 425-429. Articles Teheran and Zoroastrianism;

the Jewish Encyclopedia, xi-xii. Edited Justi's Empire of the Persians

in the series, A history of all nations, ii, 157–253; New York

and Philadelphia, 1905. Edited Justi's India; Ib., ii, 295–

332. CHARLES W. L. JOHNSON. The accentus of the ancient Latin

grammarians; TAPA, XXXV (1904), 65–76.

303 f.

Eva JOHNSTON.
De sermone Terentiano quaestiones

duae ; Königsberg, 1905 (diss.

inaug.). Oliver M. JOHNSTON. Sources of the lay of Yonec; MLA,

XX, 322–338. Use of the French equivalents of

Latin em, en, and ecce; MLN, xx, 131-134.

D. 0. S. LOWELL.
Our foreign-born educators; Mun.

sey's, 1904, 40-50. The ship of the pilgrim fathers ; Ib.,

1905, 419-421. Are the present methods of admis

sion to college satisfactory or fair ?

Journal of Pedagogy, 1905, 25-34. The study of English literature as a

means of implanting high moral ideals; in The Aims of Religious Education : proceedings of the third annual convention held in

Boston, February, 1905, 232–236. NELSON G. McCrea. Articles on Caesar, Juvenal, Ovid,

Seneca, and Tacitus in Encyclopaedia Americana (new edition, 1905).

GEORGE DWIGHT KELLOGG. Reports of Philologus, lxii (N. F. Bd.

xvi, 1903), in AJP, xxvi, 230–236, and lxiii (N. F. Bd. xvii, 1904);

'b., 347–353 ROLAND G. KENT. The date of Aristophanes' birth;

CR, xix, 153-155. The city gates of Demetrias ; AJA,

ix, 166–169. W. H. KIRK. Notes on the first book of the Aeneid;

AJP, xxv, pp. 274 ff. JOHN C. KIRTLAND, JR. The college requirements and the

secondary school work; SR, xiii,

818-827. Also in Journal of the National

Educational Association for 1905,

470–473 (considerably abridged). CHARLES KNAPP. Form in Latin poetry; LL, v, Nos.

101, 102, 103.
Some points in the literary study of

Virgil ; SR, xxiii, 492-508.
Rev. of Platner's Topography and

monuments of ancient Rome;

AJP, xxvi, 213-217.
Rev, of Hülsen's Das Forum Roma.

num; Ib., 217-221. WILLIAM CRANSTON LAWTON. Ideals in Greek literature (Chautau

qua text-book, I9o5). Can the ideal college live in a great

city ? Sewanee Review, 1905, 1

22. Introduction to classical Latin litera

ture, pp. x + 326; Scribner, 1904. EMORY B. LEASE. Titi Livi, ab urbe condita, libri i,

xxi, xxii, edited, with introduction, commentary, and notes, Ixxii + 438 pp.; University Publishing

Co., 1905. The same, text edition, pp. 177,

1905.

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HERBERT WILLIAM MAGOUN. Elision in Latin and Greek; LL, vi,

Nos. 132-135. ALLAN MARQUAND. The palace at Nippur not Mycenaean

but Hellenistic; AJA, ix (1905),

7-11. The façade of the temple of Apollo,

near Miletus; Records of the Past,

iv (1905), 3-15. MAURICE W. MATHER. Caesar, episodes from the Gallic and

Civil Wars, with introduction, notes, and vocabulary, pp 549 ; American Book Co., 1905 (Morris and Morgan's Latin series).

FRANK IVAN MERCHANT.
Seneca, the philosopher, and his

theory of style; AJP, xxvi
(1905), 44-59.

TRUMAN MICHELSON.
The meaning and etymology of the

Pāli word abbūļhesika ; Zeitschrift
der deutschen morgenländischen

Gesellschaft, lix (1905), 126-128. WALTER MILLER.

Associate editor; cj.
Associate editor, in charge of the

department of classical languages;

Southern Educational Review, Rev. of Mustard's Classical echoes

in Tennyson ; CJ. CLIFFORD H. MOORE. The shorter selection of Euripides'

plays; Ck, xix, 11-12. On Euripides' Medea, 714-715; Ib.,

xix, 12–13. The Oxyrhynchus epitome of Livy

in its relation to Obsequens and

Cassiodorus ; AJP, xxv, 241–255. LEWIS F. MOTT. The round table; MLA, XX, 231

264. WILFRED P. MUSTARD. Classical echoes in Tennyson ; pp.

xvi + 164; New York: The Mac

millan Co., 1904.
Note on Spenser, Faerie Queene,

V, 5, 24; MLN, xx, 127.
Rev. of R. K. Root's Classical my-

thology in Shakespeare; AJP,

xxvi, 222–224. Reports of Rheinisches Museum für

Philologie, lix, lx; Ib., xxv, 473

477 ; xxvi, 353-357. WILLIAM A. NITZE. A new source of Yvain ; MP, iii,

267–280. H. C. NUTTING. Advanced Latin composition, pp. iv

+ 163; Boston : Allyn & Bacon,

1904. Rev. of the new Allen & Greenough

Latin grammar; AJP, xxv, 328332.

Studies in the Si-clause :
I. Concessive Si-clauses in Plau.

tus.
II. Subjunctive protasis with in-

dicative apodosis in Plautus. University of California Publica-,

tions : Classical Philology, i, 35

94. The status of classical studies;

Christian Advocate (N. Y.), Aug.

31, 1905. Notes on the conspiracy of Catiline ;

PAPA, xxxv (1904), lxxxiii-lxxxvi. CHARLES J. O'CONNOR. The Graecostasis of the Roman Fo.

rum and its vicinity; Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, No.

99, 1904. CHARLES W. PEPPLER. The Persians of Timotheus ; South

Atlantic Quarterly, iii (1904)

221-231. B. PERRIN. The rehabilitation of Theramenes ;

AHR, July, 1904. WILLIAM K. PRENTICE. Bishop Pococke and the tomb of

Abedrapsas; PUB, xv, 224-240. HENRY W. PRESCOTT. The name of the slave in Plautus'

Aulularia ; PAPA, XXXy (1904),

xcvii. ROBERT S. RADFORD. On the recession of the Latin accent

in connection with monosyllabic
words and the traditional word-
order, second and third papers ;

AJP, xxv, 256–273, 406-427.
Rev. of Schlicher's Origin of Latin

rhythmical verse; AJP, xxv, 359–

360. Studies in Latin accent and metric;

TAPA, xxxv (1904), 33–64. EDWARD KENNARD RAND. Notes on Ovid; TAPA, xxxv (1904),

128-147.

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