Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
livy, cato, scipio, romulus, fabius, consul, tradition, romans, dionysius, appius, fasti, plutarch, valerius, story, claudius, plebeian, varro, cicero, cornelius, plut, camillus, numa, manlius, aemilius, early, gracchus, consuls, patrician, fulvius, dictator, horatius, censor, sources, marcellus, ogilvie, triumph, brutus, paullus, dion, astin, republic, version, appius_claudius, plebeians, mommsen, marcius, annales, consulship, polybius, gauls

1927

Polybius of Megalopolis. E. G. Sihler. American Journal of Philology. (1927), pp. 38-81 List themes Full text (92 theme words)
The Bacchanalian Cult of 186 B. C.. Tenney Frank. Classical Quarterly. (Jun. - Oct., 1927), pp. 128-132 List themes Full text (74 theme words)
The Religious Life on a Roman Farm as Reflected in the De Agricultura of Marcus Porcius Cato. Eli Edward Burriss. The Classical Weekly. (Oct. 24, 1927), pp. 27-30 List themes Full text (39 theme words)
A Stroll in a Corpus Index. Lillian B. Lawler. Classical Journal. (Mar., 1927), pp. 438-449 List themes Full text (33 theme words)
Naevius and Free Speech. Tenney Frank. American Journal of Philology. (1927), pp. 105-110 List themes Full text (30 theme words)
The Biographical Interests of Nepos. Louis E. Lord. Classical Journal. (Apr., 1927), pp. 498-503 List themes Full text (21 theme words)
Notes on Roman Ritual. Eugene S. McCartney. Classical Journal. (Mar., 1927), pp. 454-457 List themes Full text (19 theme words)
The Omen of the Buried Horse's Head in Vergil's Aeneid. Eugene S. McCartney. Classical Journal. (Jun., 1927), pp. 674-676 List themes Full text (16 theme words)
Ovid's Aeneid and Vergil's: A Contrast in Motivation. Frank J. Miller. Classical Journal. (Oct., 1927), pp. 33-43 List themes Full text (14 theme words)
The Un-Historical Novel. Frederic S. Dunn. Classical Journal. (Feb., 1927), pp. 345-354 List themes Full text (13 theme words)
Notes on Cicero's Letters to Atticus, Book II. Margaret Alford. Classical Review. (Dec., 1927), pp. 215-218 List themes Full text (11 theme words)
Sepulchral Architecture as Illustrated by the Rock Fa├žades of Central Etruria. Part II. Gino Rosi. Journal of Roman Studies. (1927), pp. 59-96 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
Donatus, the Interpreter of Vergil and Terence. George Byron Waldrop. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (1927), pp. 75-142 List themes Full text (8 theme words)
Modifiers That Reflect the Etymology of the Words Modified, with Special Reference to Lucretius. Eugene S. McCartney. Classical Philology. (Apr., 1927), pp. 184-200 List themes Full text (8 theme words)
Popular Methods of Measuring. Eugene S. McCartney. Classical Journal. (Feb., 1927), pp. 325-344 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Quid Hoc Homine Facias?. H. C. Nutting. American Journal of Philology. (1927), pp. 10-17 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
The Ordo of Pompeii. Mary L. Gordon. Journal of Roman Studies. (1927), pp. 165-183 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
Was Latin Difficult for a Roman?. Eugene S. McCartney. Classical Journal. (Dec., 1927), pp. 163-182 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
General Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, December 28-30, 1926. American Journal of Archaeology. (Jan. - Mar., 1927), pp. 83-98 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Archaeological News. Edward H. Heffner, J. A. M., E. P. B.. American Journal of Archaeology. (Jan. - Mar., 1927), pp. 99-127 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Livy's Fourth Decade. A Preliminary Enquiry into the Evidence of MSS.. S. K. Johnson. Classical Quarterly. (Apr., 1927), pp. 67-78 List themes Full text (5 theme words)