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INDEX TO VOLUME XXXVI. 



Abusive Language in Greek 
Comedy, 95, 98 

in Roman Comedy, 98 

Aegean Archaeology, Hall's 

(rev.), 345-346 

Aeneas Tacticus, 40; 2, 472 

Aeolisms in Homer, 353 

Aischylos ed. Wilamowitz 

(mentioned), 358-366 

Alexander, History of, in Me- 
diaeval Literature, 224, 226 
Allia Potestas, Epitaph of 473 
Allinson, Francis G. Me- 

nander's Epitrepontes, 185-202 
Ambros., Comm. Luc. IV 64 p. 

171, 7 ff. (em.) , 467 

Animals and pestilence, 94 

Anthol. Pal. IX. 198, 220 

VI, 332, 2; XI, 30s; XII, 

168. 469 

Arati Phaen.,Germanicus', 444, 

. 665, 9 2 

Aristophanes and his impro- 
prieties, 236 
Thesm. 1181 (em.), 97 
Vespae, 1122, Scene 1, 96 
Critical Studies in, 472 
of Byzantium and his argu- 
ments, 96, 98 ; 471 
Aristotle, A Poem by, 98 
Physics, VII, 467 
Poet. c. 18 (em.), 101 
Art and Artifice in Greek 

Drama, 366 

Article, Greek, with numer- 
als, 101 
Asinius Pollio, A Witticism 

of, 70-75 

Astraia, Pseudo-, 95 

Atellanae, 221 

Augustus, Last words of, 474 

Ausonius, Codex Vossianus 
of, 101 

Barbagallo's Semestre d'lm- 
pero Repubblicano (no- 
ticed), 115 

Beast-Fable, Hindu, 

44-69; 253-279 



Bloch's Republique romaine 
(rev.), 212 

Bolling, George M. Defence 
of Von Negelein's Traum- 
schliissel, 244 

Review of Valeton's De 
Iliadis Fontibus et Com- 
positione, 453-459 

Books Received, 122-124 J 250- 

„ . „, .. 2 &> 372; 490-492. 

Books, Tables of Contents, 
and Heads of Chapters in 
Antique, 348 

Brief Mention, 102-117; 230- 

245; 354-369; 475-48o 

Brutus, Greek Letters of, 469 

Buck, Carl D. 'Speak' and 
'Say' in Indo-European 

1-18; 125-154 

Burges' blunder, 360 

Busse's Sokrates (rev.), 332-338 

Caesar, Cicero and Ferrero, 19-43 
Callimachus Epg. 28 and 52, 467 
Callium Provincia, 323-331 

Case-endings in Faliscan, 356 

in Greek Epic, 352 

Cases, Sexual System of, 

108 ff. ; 238 ff . 
Cassiodorus, Studies in, 98, 473 
Casus interrogandi, 76-79 

Catullus, as an Elegist, 155-184 
Chambers' Wyatt's Beowulf 

(rev.) , 208 

Cicero Ac. I 17; II n; II 69; 

II 8. N. D. II 49, 124; 

III 62 (em.), 218 
Cicero, Caesar, and Ferrero, 19-43 

ad Fam. VII, 12, 1 (em.), 220 
de Legibus Lib. I, Compo- 
sition and Source of, 349 
pro Milone, 100 
Orations, Test of, 348 
Clark's Recent Development 
of Textual Criticism (no- 
ticed), 114 
'Classis' and 'Classes' in 
Rome, 95 



494 



INDEX. 



Cocchia, Introduzione storica 
alio studio della lettera- 
tura italiana (mentioned) , 244 

Cook's Zeus — A Study in An- 
cient Religion, 459-461 

Comedy, Greek, Words of 
abuse in, 95 

Comedy, New, Trochaic Te- 
trameters in, 93 

Criticism, Textual, 362 

Crusius' Herondas, 463-4 

Curtius, Q., Rufus, 402-23 

Dative in Italian Dialects, 352 
Defixionum tabellae, Fox's, 217 
Dionys. Hal., Hiatus in, 96 

Drewitt, J. A. J. The <xa- 

forms in Homer, 280-297 

Duenos Inscription, 92 

Ebeling, H. L. Report of 

Hermes, 347-352 

Edgerton, Franklin. Hindu 

Beast- Fable, 44-69; 253-270 

Notice of Von Negelein's 

Traumschliissel des Ja- 

gaddeva, 116 

Report of Glotta, 352-357 

Elliott's Acharnians (noticed) ,111 

Ephorus, his Proems, 349 

Epiphanius (em.). 472 

Epos, Greek, case-endings in, 352 

Etrusca, 356 

Euphorion, his epic poems, 97 

Euripides, his life and art, 230-236 

I. A. 1192-93 (em.), 221 

Faliscan, Case-endings in, 356 
Fatalism of the Greeks, 373-401 
Fay, E. W. Nigidius Gram- 

maticus ; Casus Interro- 

gandi, 76-79 

Ferrero, Caesar, and Cicero, 19-43 
Foster, B. O. The Trojan 

War Again, 298-313 

Francorchamps, Origin of 

Name, 226 

Frenken's Jacques de Vitry 

(noticed), 114 

Frothingham, A. L. Grabo- 

vius-Gradivus, Plan and 

Pomerium of Iguvium, 

314-322 

Germanicus, Arati Phaen. 444, 

665, 92 

Galba, Fall of, 216 

Garnett, James M. Review 

of Chambers' W y a 1 1 ' s 

Beowulf, 208 

Sedgefield's Beowulf, 207 



Gaselee's Petronius (rev.), 213 
Gildersleeve, B. L. Review 
of Robert's Oidipus, 338-344 
See Brief Mention. 
Glotta, Report of, 352-357 

Gorgias, Hel. encom. 12, 221 

his longevity, 472 

Gospels, Latin, 91 

Grabovius-Gradivus, 314-322 

Grail Romances, 227 

Greek Drama, Art and artifice 
in (rev.), 366 

Irrational Nasal in, 355 

versification, 362 

Greek : 

aXes = sales = w i t , 96 ; 
'Apeflowa, 354; 'Aipala, 94; 
aippoSiaiov, /3<£<m and ^ddrir, 
467 ; /3\<£<r0 W os, 243 ; 
exarov, 355; Mpdivri, 354; 
tiriSeiv and irepuSelv W. aor., 
102; ev/i4\i), 354; Xe/3i;p/s, 
355; olKiorqp, 355; oiala, 
history of, 90; irepcrvas, 
355; &v66s, 218; ir\evpd = 
wife, 94; irpoireltc=Trpoineiv, 
465 ; 0T<£<rts, 243 ; Zeis Qai- 
*">s, 349, 351. 
Grenfell Papyri, 93 

Guglielmino's Arte e artificio 

nel dramma greco (rev.) , 366 
Guido and Solinus, 96 

Hall's Aegean Archaeology 

(rev.) , 345-346 

Hamilton, G. L. Notice of 
Frenken's ed. of the Ex- 
emplaof Jacques de Vitry, 114 
Notice of Mierow's Jor- 
danes, 369 

Heidel.W. A. Review of 

Busse's Sokrates, 332-338 

Hendrickson, G. L. Asinius 

Pollio, A Witticism of, 70-75 
Hera with the Shears, 96 

Herodotus 1 57, 101 

Herondas, Crusius', (rev.) 463-7 
Hermann's Nebensatze in den 
griechischen Dialekt- 
inschriften (noticed), 242 

Hermes, Report of, 347-352 

Hesychiana, 476 

Hiatus in Dion. Hal. Antiq., 96 
Hindu Beast-Fable, 

44-69; 253-279 
Hippocrates de Victu, 351 

Historians, Greek Treatment 

of Proems in, 349 

Homer. Aeolisms in, 353 

the -00 forms in, 280-297 

Homeromantic papyrus, 98 



INDEX. 



495 



Horace, Epode 16, 94 
Od. 1, 27, 9 (em.), 218 
I 3, 29, 467 
Od. II 6 and III 29 com- 
posed 25 b. c, 101 

Horatiana, 219 

Iguvium, Plan and Pomerium 

of, 314-322 

Indo-European, "Speak" and 

"Say" in, 1-18 

Isidore, 2, 21, 43, 217 

Isis, per omnia elementa, 217 

Italic pronominal -eo, 326 

Italian Dialects, Dative in, 352 

Johnson, Allan Chester. 
Review of Tarn's Antigo- 
nos Gonatas, 87-89 

Studies in the Financial 
History of Athens, 424-452 

Jordanes, Mierow's (men- 
tioned) , 369 

Julian Imp. Ep. 3 and 35, 91 

Kaikos Plain, Geography of, 351 
Keipel, George C. Report of 

Romania, 222-229 

Kellogg, George Dwight. 

Report of Philologus, 

90-98; 409-473 
Korte on Aristophanes, 230 

Kiihner's Ausfuhrliche Gram- 

matik d e r lateinischen 

Sprache (rev.). 80-86 

L, Mouillierung of, 356 

Lactantiana, 468 

Land Measurement, Cyprian, 

Palestinian, and Arabian, 347 

Latin Grammar, no ff. 

Ellipsis of tempus, 354 

Indie, for Impv.. 354 

Superlative and Positive, 

Variation in, 354 

Latin Words : 

Absque, 218; acrudus, 
355 ; aut non for annon or 
necne, 356; baia, 469; 
bovinator, 92 ; foenus — 
funus, 217; forsit, 217; 
fui, 356; id referring to 
masculine and feminine, 
94 ; ire = mori, 354 ; lappa, 
221 ; magis = mais, 356 ; 
malum, 216; malum = els 
5\e0pov, 216; mapalia, 474; 
o m n i a— o m n i n o , 354 ; 
pellex=filia, 94 ; pilum, 99 ; 
quam with comp. for 
suprl., 356 ; quando in Ju- 
ristic Latin, 94; qui(s) — 



quidam, 354; quod for 
quasi, ut, cum, 354; quo- 
que — que, 354 ; tricosus, 
92. 

Leach, Abby, Fatalism of the 
Greeks, 373~40i 

Lease, Emory B. Review of 
K ii h n e r' s Ausfuhrliche 
Grammatik d. lateinischen 
Sprache, 80-86 

Licinius, The Emperor, and 
his treatment of the Chris- 
tians, 93 

Livy's Method, 220 

Patavinitas, 70-75 

Lucian, Order of his writings, 91 
Timon, 466 

Lucan 6, 337-8 and Verg. G. 4, 
425-7. 218 

Luciiius, Fr. 417 M, 92 

Lupercalia, 92 

Magoffin, R. V. D. Notice 
of Barbagallo's Semestre 
d' I m p e r o Repubblicano, 115 
Review of Bloch's Repub- 

lique romaine, 212-213 

Review of Gaselee's Petro- 

nius, 213-215 

Review of Rosenberg's Staat 

der alten Italiker, 209-211 

Manfred, King, 224 

Martial, 12, 82, n 

Meleager legend among the 

Tartars, 472 

Menander's Epitrepontes, 185-202 
Perikeiromene 144-153, 349 

Mierow's Jordanes (men- 
tioned), 369 
Miller, C. W. E. Report of 

Rheinisches Museum, 465-469 
Moschus 2, 61, and other 

places, 100 

Murray's Euripides and his 

Age (rev.). 230-236 

Music in Roman Army, 471 

Mustard's Piscatory Eclogues 

of Sannazaro (rev.), 203-207 
Mustard, W. P. Report of 
Rheinisches Museum, 99-101 
Revue de Philologie, 216-222 
Mention of Cocchia's Let- 

teratura Italiana, 204 

Sandys, Short History of 
Classical Scholarship, 244 

v. Negelein's Traumschlussel 

defended, 244 

Neo- Pythagoreans, Fragments 
of, 467 

Nigidius, 76-79 



496 



INDEX. 



Oldfather, W. A. Review of 

Crusius' Herondas, 463-4 

Otho and the Vitellians, 219 

Ovid's Heroides in the Middle 
Ages, 224 

Paintings, Description of, a 

Sophistic device, 91 

Patavinity of Livy, 70-75 

Pelasgians in Etruria, 101 

Pergamum Altar-frieze, 350 

Persius, Prologue of, 97 

Petronius, Scene of the Saty- 

ricon, 217 

Peutingeriana, Tabula, 472 

Philargyrius, Scholia of, 465 

Philologus, Report of, 

90-98; 469-473 

Phoenix of Colophon, 221 

Pindar, Isthm. 6, 72 (em.), 97 

Planudes and Plutarch, 472 

Plato's Letters, Sti and <•>$ in, 101 

I and XIII, 90 

Number, 470 

Theaet. 167 B (em.), 219 

Plautus, Asin., 221 

Bacchid. 107, 351 

and his doubles ententes, 93 

Plotinus, The Enneads, Text 

of, 46S 

Plutarch and Planudes 472 

Polybius, Composition of the 
several books, 99 

the pilum of, 99 

Priapeum XXXII, 467 

Proems, Treatment of, in 

Greek Historians, 349 

Proof-reading, 364 

Propertiana, 93 

Propertius II 24 A and III 8, 99 
and the chronology of his 
writings, 468 

Proverbs, Middle Greek, 98 

Prudentius, Peristeph. VIII 

(em.), 467 

Ptolemy, Mediaeval Transla- 
tions of, 350 
Soter and his cult, 351 



Quintilian, Tacitus and, 



217 



Rand, E. K. Review of Mus- 
tard's Sannazaro, 203-207 
Recent Publications, 118-121 ; 

246-249 ; 370-371 ; 488-489. 

Repetitions in ancient authors, 99 

Reports : 

Glotta, 352-357 

Hermes, 347~352 

Philologus, 90-98; 469-473 



Revue de Philologie, 216-222 
Rheinisches Museum, 

99-101 ; 464-9 
Romania, 222-229 

Reviews : 
Bloch, Republique romaine, 

212-213 
Busse's Sokrates, 332-338 

Chambers' Wyatt's Beowulf, 

208-209 
Cook's Zeus, 459-461 

Crusius' Herondas, 463-464 

Frenken's Jacques de Vitry, 114 
Gaselee's Collotype of Co- 
dex Traguriensis of Cena 
Trimalchionis, 213-215 

Hall's Aegean Archaeology, 

345-346 
Kuhner's Ausfiihrliche 
Grammatik der lateini- 
schen Sprache, 80-86 

M e i 1 1 e t ' s Grammaire du 

Vieux Perse 461-463 

Murray's Euripides and his 

Age, 230-236 

Mustard's Sannazaro, 203-207 
v. Negelein's Traum- 
schliissel des Jagad- 
deva, 116 

Nestle on Thucydides, 103 ff. 
Robert's Oidipus, 338-344 

Rosenberg's Staat der alten 

Italiker, 209-211 

Sedgeiield's Beowulf, 207-208 
Tarn's Antigonos Gonatas, 

87-89 
Valeton's De Iliadis Fonti- 
bus et Compositione, 453-459 
Revue de Philologie, Report 

of, 216-222 

Rheinisches Museum, Report 

of, 99-101; 464-9 

Rhetorica ad Alexandrum, 347 
Ridgeway's Presidential ad- 
dress (mentioned), 241 
Robert's Oidipus (rev.), 332-344 
Robert Grosseteste. 467 
Robinson, David M. Review 
of Hall's Aegean Archae- 
ology, 345-346 
Rolfe, JohkC. The So- 
called Callium Provincia, 

232-331 
Roman Army, Music in, 471 

Roman Slave-laws, 470 

Romania, Report of, 222-229 

Rome, 'classis' and 'classes' 

in, 95 

Rosenberg's Der Staat der 

alten Italiker (rev.), 209-211 
Rufinus, the anthologist, 469 



INDEX. 



497 



Sandys's Short History of 
Classical Scholarship 
(mentioned), 244 

Sarcophagus slab in Vatican 

explained, 350 

Sedgefield's Beowulf (rev.), 

207-209 
Seneca, de Vita beata 25, 2 
(em.), 221 

Ep. ad Lucil. 12, 4; 53, 6; 

60, 2 (em.), 218 

De prov. 3, 12, 467 

Signum or supernomen in the 

Roman Empire, 354 

Sihler, E. G. Caesar, Cicero, 

and Ferrero, I9~43 

Simias (em.), 97 

Skeleton, oldest representation 

of, " 467 

Slave-laws among Romans 470 
Solinus, 96 

Sokrates, Busse's (rev.), 332-338 
Sophistic description of paint- 
ings, 91 
Sophocles Ai. 178, 101 
966, 131 1, 99 
Ant. 4, 140, 691, 101 
Electra, 43, 469 
1344. 101 
O. C. 711, 101 
"Speak" and "Say" in Indo- 
European, 1-18; 125-154 
Steele, R. B. Quintus Curtius 

Rufus, 402-423 

Sturtevant's Andria (no- 
ticed), in 
Suez, Isthmus of, Antique 

measurement of, 100 

Susannah and the Elders, 225 

Tabula Peutingeriana, 472 

Tacitus and Quintilian, 217 

Tarn's Antigonos G o n a t a s 

(rev.), 86-89 



Thales, 472 

Theocritus Epigr. 22 ; 3, 
28-30 (explained) ; 15, 7 
(emended), 99 

Theocritea, 96 

Theophrastus de sensu, 90 

Thucydides. Nestle on, 103 ff. 

Thyatira, Iss. from, 222 

Tifata, No curia T., 352 

Tibullus 1, 10, 11 (em.), 221 

4, 8 ; 4, 10, 1 ; 4, 6, 20, 217 

Tolman, H. C. Review of 
Meillet's Grammaire du 
Vieux Perse, 461-463 

Tomi, Inscriptions at, 218 

Tristan and Isolt, 223 

Trochaic Tetrameter in New 

Comedy, 93 

Trojan War Again, 298-313 

Tukey, R. H. Review of 
Cook's Zeus, 459-461 

Valeton, De Iliadis fontibus 

et compositione, 453~4S9 

Varro's Writings, Catalogue 

„ of - . 347 

Sententiae, 45, 467 

Vergil, Catalepton II 2-5; X 

23; XIV 9, 91 

Aen. VIII, 101, 219 

IX, 160, 161, 229; XI, 503, 216 
Donatus' Life of, 04 

Eel. IV, 60-61, 216 

G e o r g i c s IV, 425-7 and 

Lucan 6. 307-333, 218 

Lives of, 219 

Wheeler, Arthur L. Ca- 
tullus as an Elegist, 155-184 

Wilamo wi'tz's Aischylos 

(mentioned), 358-364 

Xenophon's Kynegetikos, 
Composition of, 348