Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
horace, juvenal, satire, lucilius, persius, satires, poet, poem, maecenas, satirist, lines, martial, serm, himself, literary, poetry, satura, horatian, epistle, epistles, epist, ars_poetica, poets, nasidienus, sermones, satiric, rudd, umbricius, lucilian, line, verse, poems, patron, hendrickson, criticism, highet, passage, trebius, genre, old_comedy, catius, moral, virro, poetic, marx, invective, davus, tigellius, verses, freudenburg

1913

Lucilius: The Ars Poetica of Horace, and Persius. George Converse Fiske. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (1913), pp. 1-36 List themes Full text (2044 theme words)
Horace's View of the Relations between Satire and Comedy. H. Rushton Fairclough. American Journal of Philology. (1913), pp. 183-193 List themes Full text (581 theme words)
Satura and Satire. B. L. Ullman. Classical Philology. (Apr., 1913), pp. 172-194 List themes Full text (505 theme words)
Notes on Persivs [Notes on Persius]. A. E. Housman. Classical Quarterly. (Jan., 1913), pp. 12-32 List themes Full text (486 theme words)
Proceedings of the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association Held at Cambridge, Mass., December, 1913 Also of the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast Held at San Francisco, California November, 1913 And of a Special Meeting of the Latter Held at Berkeley, California April, 1913. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association. (1913), pp. i-cxxvi List themes Full text (172 theme words)
Again Lucilius on EI and I. Roland G. Kent. American Journal of Philology. (1913), pp. 315-321 List themes Full text (55 theme words)
Notes on Horace. E. H. Sturtevant. The Classical Weekly. (Nov. 1, 1913), pp. 37-39 List themes Full text (44 theme words)
Notes on Juvenal. Charles Knapp. Classical Philology. (Jul., 1913), pp. 356-357 List themes Full text (38 theme words)
Suffragatrix Militans. The Classical Weekly. (Oct. 18, 1913), pp. 23-24 List themes Full text (34 theme words)
The Dream of Ennivs [The Dream of Ennius]. W. R. Hardie. Classical Quarterly. (Jul., 1913), pp. 188-195 List themes Full text (34 theme words)
Elements of Humor in the Satire of Aristophanes. Joseph William Hewitt. Classical Journal. (Apr., 1913), pp. 293-300 List themes Full text (26 theme words)
A Working Library for Students of the Classics: Introductory Note. R. W. Husband. The Classical Weekly. (Dec. 6, 1913), pp. 58-64 List themes Full text (17 theme words)
Some Temporal Expressions in Suetonius. John C. Rolfe. Classical Philology. (Jan., 1913), pp. 1-13 List themes Full text (16 theme words)
The Plot of the Querolus and the Folk-Tales of Disguised Treasure. Dean P. Lockwood. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association. (1913), pp. 215-232 List themes Full text (14 theme words)
A Roman Astrologer as a Historical Source: Julius Firmicus Maternus. Lynn Thorndike. Classical Philology. (Oct., 1913), pp. 415-435 List themes Full text (12 theme words)
Note on Quod... contuderit (Horace, Carm. iv. 3. 8). H. Rushton Fairclough. Classical Review. (Nov., 1913), pp. 227-228 List themes Full text (11 theme words)
Reply to Professor Kent: [Again Lucilius on EI and I]. Edwin W. Fay. American Journal of Philology. (1913), pp. 497-499 List themes Full text (10 theme words)
[Editorial: Harvard University and Classical Study]. Gonzalez Lodge. The Classical Weekly. (Feb. 1, 1913), pp. 105-106 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
Derivatives of the Root Stha in Composition. Edwin W. Fay. American Journal of Philology. (1913), pp. 15-42 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
Ä’sse 'To Eat'. J. P. Postgate. Classical Review. (Nov., 1913), pp. 228-229 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
A Note on Lucretius V. 1010. A. J. Richards. Classical Review. (Mar., 1913), pp. 54 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
Pada Endings and Pada Suffixes. Edwin W. Fay. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association. (1913), pp. 107-126 List themes Full text (8 theme words)
The Geography of Ancient Italy. Part I. Albert W. Van Buren. Classical Journal. (Apr., 1913), pp. 286-292 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Tragedy and the Satyric Drama. Roy C. Flickinger. Classical Philology. (Jul., 1913), pp. 261-283 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
The Passive Periphrastic in Latin. R. B. Steele. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association. (1913), pp. 5-17 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
[Editorial: Archaeology and the Study of Greek: The Freshman Course in Latin]. Gonzalez Lodge. The Classical Weekly. (Feb. 15, 1913), pp. 121-122 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
The Accusative of Exclamation in Epistolary Latin. Roy C. Flickinger. American Journal of Philology. (1913), pp. 276-299 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Catullus Carmen 2. Edwin W. Fay. Classical Philology. (Jul., 1913), pp. 301-309 List themes Full text (5 theme words)