Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
catullus, poem, poems, martial, poet, lesbia, poetry, line, lines, catullan, ariadne, love, calvus, quinn, attis, epigrams, epigram, ellis, fordyce, kroll, theseus, otium, furius, laodamia, puella, allius, passer, nepos, caecilius, cinna, wiseman, verse, gellius, verses, catulle, libellus, mynors, poets, catullo, fabullus, lover, latin, literary, sparrow, stanza, neoteric, catull, manlius, aurelius, mamurra

2004

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 (757 theme words)
Catullan Excavations: Pindar's "Olympian" 10 and Catullus 68. Deborah Steiner. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (2004), pp. 275-297 List themes Full text (523 theme words)
A Binding Song: The Smiles of Catullus 61. Jonathan L. Ready. Classical Philology. (Apr., 2004), pp. 153-163 List themes Full text (355 theme words)
Navigating Genres: Martial 7.19 and the "Argonautica" of Valerius Flaccus. Andrew Zissos. Classical Journal. (Apr. - May, 2004), pp. 405-422 List themes Full text (110 theme words)
Martial's Fiction: Domitius Marsus and Maecenas. Shannon N. Byrne. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2004), pp. 255-265 List themes Full text (96 theme words)
The Invention of Sulpicia. Thomas K. Hubbard. Classical Journal. (Dec., 2004 - Jan., 2005), pp. 177-194 List themes Full text (75 theme words)
Nocturnal Writers in Imperial Rome: The Culture of "Lucubratio". James Ker. Classical Philology. (Jul., 2004), pp. 209-242 List themes Full text (26 theme words)
"Agnvs" KOYPIΊN (Plautus "Aulularia" 561-64). Michael Fontaine. Classical Philology. (Apr., 2004), pp. 147-153 List themes Full text (21 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 (21 theme words)
A Greek Inscription on the Memnon Colossus: The Mysterious 'Mister T'. P. A. Rosenmeyer. Classical Quarterly. (Dec., 2004), pp. 620-624 List themes Full text (19 theme words)
Impersonating the Banished Philosopher Pseudo-Seneca's "Liber Epigrammaton". Niklas Holzberg. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (2004), pp. 423-444 List themes Full text (18 theme words)
Death-Loration: The Eroticization of Death in the "Thebaid". Claire Jamset. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2004), pp. 95-104 List themes Full text (17 theme words)
The Alcaic Kid (Horace, "Carm." 3.13). Dan Curley. The Classical World. (Winter, 2004), pp. 137-152 List themes Full text (12 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 (12 theme words)
The Star Signs at Brundisium: Astral Symbolism in Lucan 2.691-2. Francisco Barrenechea. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2004), pp. 312-317 List themes Full text (10 theme words)
The 'Greek' Accusative. E. Courtney. Classical Journal. (Apr. - May, 2004), pp. 425-431 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
The Magic of (Some) Allusions: Philodemus "AP" 5.107 (GPh 3188 ff.; 23 Sider). Marco Fantuzzi. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (2004), pp. 213-236 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
Status, Pay, and Pleasure in the "De Architectura" of Vitruvius. Mark Masterson. American Journal of Philology. (Autumn, 2004), pp. 387-416 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
A Speech of the Emperor Hadrian. Christopher P. Jones. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2004), pp. 266-273 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Anth. Lat. 36 De Euryalo: A Sole Surviving Solace?. T. J. Leary. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2004), pp. 330-331 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
On Editing the "Silvae". E. Courtney. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (2004), pp. 445-453 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Capellae at the End of the Eclogues. Mario Geymonat. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (2004), pp. 315-318 List themes Full text (5 theme words)