Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
plautus, play, menander, terence, scene, plays, comedy, slave, characters, audience, stage, plautine, scenes, action, prologue, comic, plot, house, monologue, new_comedy, girl, dramatic, phormio, chremes, thais, pseudolus, dialogue, lines, micio, soldier, aeschinus, miles, slaves, exit, role, bacchis, amphitruo, syrus, demea, senex, parmeno, comedies, entrance, dyskolos, fraenkel, on_stage, miniatures, phaedria, andria, parasite

2004

Ensemble Scenes in Plautus. George Fredric Franko. American Journal of Philology. (Spring, 2004), pp. 27-59 List themes Full text (4028 theme words)
Amicitia in Plautus: A Study of Roman Friendship Processes. Paul J. Burton. American Journal of Philology. (Summer, 2004), pp. 209-243 List themes Full text (1325 theme words)
The "Pro Caelio" and Comedy. Matthew Leigh. Classical Philology. (Oct., 2004), pp. 300-335 List themes Full text (704 theme words)
Authorial Voice and Theatrical Self-Definition in Terence and beyond: The "Hecyra" Prologues in Ancient and Modern Contexts. Ismene Lada-Richards. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2004), pp. 55-82 List themes Full text (690 theme words)
Never Give an Adulescens an Even Break (Naevius Com. 36-38 Ribbeck). John R. Porter. Classical Journal. (Apr. - May, 2004), pp. 395-403 List themes Full text (410 theme words)
A Haruspicy Joke in Plautus. Ariana Traill. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2004), pp. 117-127 List themes Full text (372 theme words)
Female Furniture: A Reading of Plautus' "Poenulus" 1141-6. Dorota Dutsch. Classical Quarterly. (Dec., 2004), pp. 625-629 List themes Full text (307 theme words)
"Agnvs" KOYPIΊN (Plautus "Aulularia" 561-64). Michael Fontaine. Classical Philology. (Apr., 2004), pp. 147-153 List themes Full text (134 theme words)
"I Could Not Love Caesar More": Roman Friendship and the Beginning of the Principate. Sandra Citroni Marchetti. Classical Journal. (Feb. - Mar., 2004), pp. 281-299 List themes Full text (70 theme words)
A Note on Schol. ad Pl. Ion 530A and Resp. 373B. Martin Korenjak. Classical Quarterly. (Dec., 2004), pp. 625 List themes Full text (61 theme words)
Seneca's Use of Four Speaking Actors. Thomas D. Kohn. Classical Journal. (Dec., 2004 - Jan., 2005), pp. 163-175 List themes Full text (38 theme words)
On Captives under the Principate. Keith Bradley. Phoenix. (Autumn - Winter, 2004), pp. 298-318 List themes Full text (36 theme words)
Notes on a Lead Letter from the Athenian Agora. Edward M. Harris. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (2004), pp. 157-170 List themes Full text (28 theme words)
The Greek Address System of the Roman Period and Its Relationship to Latin. Eleanor Dickey. Classical Quarterly. (Dec., 2004), pp. 494-527 List themes Full text (22 theme words)
Unbearding Morality: Appearance and Persuasion in "Pro Caelio". David Christenson. Classical Journal. (Oct. - Nov., 2004), pp. 61-72 List themes Full text (22 theme words)
Girls at Play in Early Greek Poetry. Patricia A. Rosenmeyer. American Journal of Philology. (Summer, 2004), pp. 163-178 List themes Full text (18 theme words)
Aristophanes, "Acharnians" 1118-21. John R. Porter. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2004), pp. 21-33 List themes Full text (17 theme words)
A Pun in Antiphanes (fr. 225 K-A = Ath. 60C-D). Matthew Leigh. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2004), pp. 278-283 List themes Full text (12 theme words)
"Some God... or His Own Heart": Two Kinds of Epic Motivation in the Proem to Ovid's "Metamorphoses". James J. O'Hara. Classical Journal. (Dec., 2004 - Jan., 2005), pp. 149-161 List themes Full text (10 theme words)
Ovid, Varro, and Castor of Rhodes: The Chronological Architecture of the "Metamorphoses". Thomas Cole. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (2004), pp. 355-422 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
Subject Reviews. Stephen Halliwell, D. E. Hill, Thomas Harrison, Barbara Levick, Nigel Spivey, Richard Gordon, Elinor Keane, Christopher Burnand, Katherine Clarke. Greece & Rome. (Oct., 2004), pp. 252-282 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Feminism and Classics IV: A Report. Marilyn Skinner, Bella Vivante. American Journal of Philology. (Winter, 2004), pp. 603-606 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
Cassius Dio on Nervan Legislation (68.2.4): Nieces and Eunuchs. Charles Leslie Murison. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2004), pp. 343-355 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
Waterscape with Black and White: Epigrams, Cycles, and Webs in Martial's "Epigrammaton Liber Quartus". Sven Lorenz. American Journal of Philology. (Summer, 2004), pp. 255-278 List themes Full text (5 theme words)