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AMERICAN PHILOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29
FIRST SESSION, 2.30 P.M.
T. S. DUNCAN
Rhetorical Elements in the Letters of Saint Paul (p. xxxiii)
GRACE H. MACURDY
A Debt of Catullus to Euripides
STANLEY B. SMITH
The Establishment of the Public Courts at Athens (p. 106)
The Identification of Augustus with Romulus-Quirinus (p. 82)
A. C. JOHNSON
The Development of Roman Municipal Policies 1 (p. xxxiii)
J. G. WINTER
A New Fragment on the Life of Homer (p. 120)
P. R. COLEMAN-NORTON
The Authorship of the Epistola Palladii de Indicis Gentibus et de Bragmanibus (read by title) 2
H. T. DEAS
A Restoration (from the Scholia) in Pindar, Isthmians, 11, 42 (read by title)
HENRY S. GEHMAN
The Arabic Bible in Spain (read by title; p. xxxiii)
E. ADELAIDE HAHN
Vergil and the "Under Dog" (read by title; p. 185)
1 To be published as a part of "Municipal Administration in the Roman Empire," Princeton University Press.
2 Published in Classical Philology, xxI, 154–160.
C. R. HARDING
Greek Grammar illustrated from the Modern Newspaper (read by title; p. xxxiv)
JOINT SESSION WITH THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA AND THE COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION
WILLIAM K. PRENTICE
The Fall of Aristocracies and the Emancipation of Men's
H. H. POWERS
J. W. HEWITT
The Comic Aspect of the Greek Athletic Meet 3
ESTHER BOISE VAN DEMAN
Some of the Recent Old Roman Monuments on the Viminal and Elsewhere
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30
SECOND SESSION, 9.30 A.M.
C. W. E. MILLER
JOHN A. SCOTT
Gildersleeve as a Teacher (p. xix)
ROY C. FLICKINGER
Scaenica Altera 4
W. A. HEIDEL
Non-Reciprocal Uses of åλλýλwv
3 Published in the Classical Journal, xx1, 643–653.
4 Published in the Philological Quarterly, v. 97-113, under the title Some Problems in Scenic Antiquities"; a continuation of "Scaenica" in T. A. P. A. XL, 109-120.
FRANCIS W. KELSEY
A Picture Map of Rome in a Fourteenth Century Manuscript of Valerius Maximus (p. 242)
DAVID M. ROBINSON
Res Gestae Divi Augusti as recorded on the Monumentum Antiochenum 5
J. PENROSE HARLAND
The Rise of Aegina (read by title; p. xxxiv)
GRACE H. MACURDY
The Name of Kratesipolis (read by title)
FRANK G. MOORE
A Topographical Note on the Senaculum (read by title)
MARBURY B. OGLE
On a Passage in Vergil, Aeneid, iv, 550–551 (read by title;
THIRD SESSION, 2.30 P.M.
The Arms of Primitive Italy as seen in Vergil's Aeneid (p. xxxv)
E. S. MCCARTNEY
How the Apple became the Symbol of Love (p. 70)
FRANKLIN H. POTTER
Septima Aestas, Aeneid, 1, 755; v, 6266 (p. xxxvi)
LOUIS E. LORD
Tacitus' Summary of the Reign of Augustus
L. A. POST
An Attempt to Reconstruct the First Edition of Plato's Republic (read by title; p. xxxvii)
5 Published in the American Journal of Archaeology, XLVII, 1–54, with seven
6 Published in the Classical Journal, xx1, 615-624.
ROBERT S. RADFORD
The Ovidian Language of two Lygdamus Elegies (Iv and v) (read by title)
C. B. RANDOLPH
Horace and the Scriptus Quaestorius (read by title; p. 130)
HOMER F. REBERT
Velia, Carinae, Fagutal: a Study in Historical Topography (read by title; p. 54)
JOHN J. SAVAGE
Notes on some Unpublished Scholia in a Paris Manuscript of Vergil (read by title; p. 229)
A. C. SCHLESINGER
Ritual "Survivals" in Greek Tragedy (read by title; p. xxxvii)
L. R. SHERO
Possible Literary Affinities of two Satires of Lucilius
E. G. SIHLER
A Distich of Simonides preserved on two Sepulchral Tablets at Florence, Italy (read by title; p. xxxix)
R. B. STEELE
The Literary Relationships of the Aetna (read by title)
ROUND TABLE SESSIONS, 4 P.M.
Opportunities for Research in the Greek Field. Discussion opened by S. E. Bassett
Medieval Latin. Papers by M. B. Ogle, on "Some Aspects of Medieval Latin Style," and by D. P. Lockwood, on "Medieval and Modern Latin in the College Curriculum." Report by C. H. Beeson for the committee on medieval Latin studies of the American Council of Learned Societies.
7 Published in Classical Philology, XXI, 170-189.
JOINT SESSION OF ALL THE SOCIETIES, 7.30 P.M.
GORDON JENNINGS LAING
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31
FOURTH SESSION, 9.30 A.M.
Note on the Date of Livy's Birth, and on the Termination of his History (p. xl)
NORMAN W. DEWITT
Light from Inscriptions on the Virgilian Gens (p. xli)
CORNELIA C. COULTER
The Fairy Mistress and Happy Otherworld Themes in the Odyssey (p. 37)
B. D. MERITT
ALLEN B. WEST
The Reconstruction of I. G. 12, 193, 194, and 201 (p. 252)
F. W. SHIPLEY
The Virgilian Authorship of the Helen Episode, Aeneid, II, 567-588 (p. 172)
JOHN W. TAYLOR
More Light on Theodore Gaza (read by title; p. xli)
HENRY B. VAN HOESEN
A. C. JOHNSON
A Lease on a Papyrus of the Third Century
SHIRLEY H. WEBER
Two Papyri from the Princeton Collection (read by title; p. xlii)
LOUIS C. WEST
A Commercial Geography of Spain during the first Three Centuries A.D. (read by title)
8 Published in the Classical Weekly, XIX, 138 f.
9 To be published in Classical Philology.