PCPhSProceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society (University of Cambridge; UK)
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Woolf, G.: <<Becoming Roman, staying Greek: Culture, identity and the civilizing process in the Roman East>>, PCPhS, 40, 1994, pp.
FANTUZZI, "Mythological paradigms in the bucolic poetry of Theocritus", PCPhS, 41, 1995, pp.
Harrison (`Virgil on Kingship: the First Simile of the Aeneid', PCPhS 34 [1988], 55-9) finds the link with Cato `attractive' but goes on to suggest (in my view more persuasively) that there is a reference in the Virgil simile to Hesiod on the gifts of the Muses to kings (Theogony, 81-93).
"Antigone, the Political and the Ethics of Psychoanalysis." PCPhS 49: 130-54.
Brunt, PCPhS 191 (1965), 1-20, revised in The Fall of the Roman Republic and Related Essays (Oxford, 1988), pp.
Snodgrass, PCPhS 205 (1979), 118-30 and AM 95 (1980), 51-8; also J.
Lee, "A Reading of Virgils Fifth Eclogue", PCPhS, 23, 1977, pp.
(5.) La actitud de las elites romanas en WOOLF, G.: <<Becoming Roman, Staying Greek: Culture, Identity and the Civilizing Process in the Roman East,>> PCPhS 40, 1994, pp.
'Mysteries of Identity and Designs of the Self in Euripides' Ion', PCPhS 35, 144-97.
Woolf (`Becoming Roman, Staying Greek: culture, identity and the civilizing process in the Roman East', PCPhS 40 [1994], 116-43, at 125 ff.) has argued that the marginal role played by material culture in Greek self-definition allowed Greeks to adopt Roman cultural artefacts (esp.
Wallace-Hadrill, "Family and Inheritance in the Augustan Marriage Laws", PCPhS, 207, 1981, pp.