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2008-2012

  • Battistella, Chiara . 'Momenti intertestuali nell'Ibis.' SIFC 8, 2010, 179-202.

  • Bellido Diaz, Jose Antonio. 'Desde Calímaco a Cervantes. Una imagen venatoria en contexto amatorio.' a hunting image in a love context.' Anales Cervantinos 40, 2008, 133-43.

  • Cairns, Francis. Roman Lyric. Collected Papers on Catullus and Horace. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter, 2012 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 301). x, 525 pp.

  • Cavarzere, Alberto. 'Il rimbotto dell'amante geloso (Hor. epod. 12,14-16 e Theocr. 14,47-48).' Philologus 153, 2009, 360-1.

  • Coutelle, É. 'Properce IV, 1, Horos et Horace.' Latomus 71, 2012, 63-86.

  • Davis, Gregson (ed.). A Companion to Horace. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010 (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World). xiv, 464.

  • Fedeli, Paolo & Irma Ciccarelli. Q. Horatii Flacci, Carmina. Liber IV. Firenze: Felice le Monnier, 2008 (Biblioteca Nazionale, Testi con commento filologico 17). 706 pp.

  • Freudenburg, Kirk (ed.). Horace: Satires and Epistles. Oxford & New Yok: Oxford University Press, 2009 (Oxford Readings in Clasical Studies). 528 pp.

  • Fuhrer, Therese & Andreas Juckel. 'Lehrdichtung.' In: Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum 22, 2008, 1034-90.

  • Gervais, K. 'Neu desint epulis rosae. Re-evaluating the Addressee and Intertexts of Hor. Carm. I, 36.' Latomus 71, 2012, 47-62.

  • Gómez Pallarès, Joan. 'Promenade dans Rome : les temples et les statues d'Horace, Odes, I, 2.' In: Évelyne Prioux & Agnès Rouveret (edd.). Métamorphoses du regard ancien. Nanterre: Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest, 2010. Christophe Cusset, Aitia 2, 2012.

  • Gowers, Emily. Horace: Satires Book I. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012 (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics). xi, 370 pp.

  • Hafner, Markus . 'Ein Böckchen für den Kaiser: zum subtilen Spiel mit "recusatio" und "concatenatio" in und um Horazens Ode 3.13.' RFIC 138, 2010, 410-425.

  • Hamer, Erik. 'Horace, the Carmen Saeculare and Callimachus.' In: Ettore Cingano & Lucio Milano (ed.). Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East. Proceedings of the "Advanced Seminar in the Humanities," Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: SARGON Editrice e Libreria, 2008 (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell' Antichità e del Vicino Oriente, Università Ca' Foscari, Venezia, 4), 285-304.

  • Hardie, Alex. 'An Augustean Hymn to the Muses (Horace Odes 3,4). Part I.' In: Francis Cairns (ed.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar. Vol. 13. Leeds: F. Cairns, 2008 (Arca 13), 55-118.

  • Hardie, Philip R. 'Horace's Sublime Yearnings. Lucretian Ironies.' In: Francis Cairns (ed.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar. Vol. 13. Leeds: F. Cairns, 2008 (Arca 13), 119-72.

  • Hardie, Philip R. (ed.). Paradox and the marvellous in Augustan literature and culture. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. xiii, 388 pp.

  • Harrison, Stephen J. 'Horace Epistles 2. The Last Horatian Book of Sermones?' In: Francis Cairns (ed.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar. Vol. 13. Leeds: F. Cairns, 2008 (Arca 13), 173-86.

  • Holzberg, Niklas. Horaz. Dichter und Werk. München: C. H. Beck, 2009. 240 pp.

  • Hunter, Richard. 'Callimachus and Roman Elegy.' In: Barbara K. Gold (ed.). A Companion to Roman Love Elegy (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012, 155-71.

  • Hutchinson, Gregory O. Talking Books. Readings in Hellenistic and Roman Books of Poetry. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. xiv, 332 pp. Niklas Holzberg, Gnomon 81, 2009, 559-61 || J. A. Bellido Díaz & A. Ramírez de Verger, Emerita 78, 2010, 177-81 || Alain Billault, REG 122, 2009, 662-3 || Enrico Magnelli, Prometheus 36, 2010, 286-8 || John B. Van Sickle, CR 59, 2009, 413-15 || Katharina Volk, JRS 99, 2009, 259-61 || Antonella Borgo, BStudLat 39, 2009 , 316-18.

  • Johnson, Timothy S. Horace's Iambic Criticism: Casting Blame (iambikê poiêsis). Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2011 (Mnemosyne Suppl. 334). xii, 314 pp.

  • Keith, Alison M. (ed.). Latin Elegy and Hellenistic Epigram. A Tale of Two Genres at Rome. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publications, 2011. vi, 158 pp.

  • Keith, Alison M. 'Introduction.' In: Alison Keith (ed.). Latin Elegy and Hellenistic Epigram: A Tale of Two Genres at Rome. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011, 1-6.

  • Lowe, Dunstan. 'Burnt offerings and Harpies at Nasidienus' dinner-party (Horace, Satires 2, 8).' In: Carl Deroux (ed.). Studies in Latin literature and Roman history 15. Bruxelles: Latomus, 2010, 240-57.

  • Lowrie, Michèle (ed.). Horace: Odes and Epodes. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2009 (Oxford readings in classical studies). viii, 472 pp.

  • Lyons, Stuart. Music in the odes of Horace. Oxford: Aris & Phillips, 2010. viii, 204 pp.

  • Miller, John F. Apollo, Augustus, and the Poets. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. xi, 408 pp.

  • Newman, John Kevin. Horace as Outsider. Hildesheim, Zürich & New York: Olms-Weidmann, 2011 (Spudasmata 136). x, 516 pp.

  • Novokhato, Anna. 'Horace's iambic and satiric poetry within the framework of the ancient Greek tradition.' In: Ettore Cingano & Lucio Milano (edd.). Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East. Proceedings of the "Advanced Seminar in the Humanities," Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: SARGON Editrice e Libreria, 2008 (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità e del Vicino Oriente, Università Ca' Foscari, Venezia 4), 449-70.

  • Papaioannou, Sophia. 'The Crossing to Hesperia.' In: Flora Manakidou & Konstantinos Spanoudakis (edd.). Alexandrian Muse. Continuity and Innovation in Hellenistic Poetry. Athens: Gutenberg, 2008.

  • Papavramidou, N. & H. Christopoulou-Aletra. 'Medicinal use of leeches in the texts of ancient Greek, Roman and early Byzantine writers.' Internal Medicine Journal 39.9, 2009, 624-7.

  • Rocca, Silvana. 'Una strana navigazione: il viaggio di Europa.' Itineraria 8/9, 2009/10, 389-405.

  • Romano Martín, Sandra. El tópico grecolatino del concilio de los dioses. Hildesheim: Olms-Weidmann, 2009 (Spudasmata 125). 466 pp.

  • Sharland, Suzanne. Horace in dialogue: Bakhtinian readings in the satires. Bern, Oxford & New York: Peter Lang, 2010. xii, 347 pp.

  • Thomas, Richard F. (ed., comm.). Horace: Odes Book IV and Carmen Saeculare. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011 (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics). xiii, 297 pp.

  • Weisman, Karen (ed.). The Oxford Handbook of the Elegy. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2010. 720 pp.

  • Wulfram, Hartmut. Das römische Versepistelbuch. Eine Gattungsanalyse. Berlin: Verlag Antike, 2008. 539 pp.

All titles

  • Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin. Polyeideia. The Iambi of Callimachus and the Archaic Iambic Tradition. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2002 (Hellenistic Culture and Society 35). xv, 351 pp. Introduction online at http://go.ucpress.edu/polyeideia. Paul Ojennus, BMCR 2003.02.04 || M.Annette Harder, CPh 98, 2003, 394-8 || Dee L. Clayman, CW 98, 2004/05, 112-3 || Frank Nisetich, IJCT 10, 2004, 85-99 || Sandrine Coin-Longeray 73, AC 2004, 332-3 || Heather White, Myrtia 19, 2004, 188-90 || Mary Depew, CR 55, 2005, 456-8 || Andrew D. Morrison, Hermathena 175, 2003, 95-8 || Massimo Giuseppetti, RPL 9, 2006,187-209.

  • Anderson, William S. Essays on Roman Satire. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1982.

  • Anderson, William S. Why Horace? A Collection of Interpretations. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 1999. vx, 225 pp.

  • Baar, Mechthild. Dolor und ingenium. Untersuchungen zur römischen Liebeselegie. Stuttgart: Steiner 2006 (Palingenesia 88). 267 pp.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Poetry, Praise and Patronage. Simonides in Book 4 of Horace's Odes.' ClAnt 15, 1996, 5-47.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Rituals in Ink: Horace on the Greek Lyric Tradition.' In: Mary Depew & Dirk Obbink (edd.). Matrices of Genre. Authors, Canons, and Society. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 2000 (Center for Hellenic Studies Colloquia), 167-82. B. Acosta-Hughes, BMCR 2001.09.07 || P.A. Miller, AJPh 123, 2002 || G. Rosati, Phoenix 57, 2003, 144-7 || D. Feeney, JRS 93, 2003, 337-9 || Ph. Bosman, Scholia Reviews 12, 2003 || Bruce Gibson, CR 56, 2006, 267-9.

  • Battistella, Chiara . 'Momenti intertestuali nell'Ibis.' SIFC 8, 2010, 179-202.

  • Bellido Diaz, Jose Antonio. 'Desde Calímaco a Cervantes. Una imagen venatoria en contexto amatorio.' a hunting image in a love context.' Anales Cervantinos 40, 2008, 133-43.

  • Bleisch, Pamela R. 'Silence is Golden. Simonides, Callimachus, and Augustan Panegyric at the Close of Horace, Carm. 3,2.' QUCC 68, 2001, 21-40.

  • Bonanno, Maria Grazia. 'La nascità di Lalage (Orazio e Dioscoride).' In: L'allusione necessaria. Ricerche intertestuali sulla poesia greca e latina. Roma 1990 (Filologia e critica 63), 233-9.

  • Bornmann, Fritz. 'Note sulla fortuna di Callimaco a Roma.' RFIC 114, 1986, 437-42.

  • Bornmann, Fritz. 'Callimaco e Orazio.' In: Giuseppe Bruno (ed.). Letture oraziane. Venosa: Edizioni Osanna, 1993, 27-41. R. Dimundo, Aufidus 7.21, 1993, 130-3 | C. Formicola, Vichiana 5, 1994 152-4.

  • Borzsák, S. Q. Horati Flacci Opera. Leipzig: Teubner, 1984.

  • Bowditch, Phebe Lowell. Horace and the Gift Economy of Patronage. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001 (Classics and Contemporary Thought 7). xi, 281 pp. S.C. Stroup, BMCR 2001.11.08 || R. Nagel, Phoenix 57, 2003, 171-3 || F. Muecke, CJ 98, 2002/03, 334-7 || S. Sharland, Scholia Reviews 12, 2003 || S. Thom, Prudentia 34, 2002, 232-4 || P.A. Miller, CR 52, 2002, 294-5.

  • Brink, C.O. Horace On Poetry. I. Prolegomena to the Literary Epistles. II. The Ars Poetica. III. Epistles Book II.

  • Cambridge: CUP, 1963, 1971, 1982.

  • Brugnoli, Giorgio. 'Naves Idaeae.' RCCM 38, 1996, 45-52.

  • Buchmann, Jürgen. Untersuchungen zur Rezeption hellenistischer Epigrammatik in der Lyrik des Horaz. Diss. Konstanz 1974. 185 pp.

  • Cairns, Francis. Papers on Roman Elegy, 1969-2003. Bologna: Pàtron, 2007 (Eikasmos Studi 16). viii, 483 pp.

  • Cairns, Francis. Roman Lyric. Collected Papers on Catullus and Horace. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter, 2012 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 301). x, 525 pp.

  • Campbell, Archibald Y. Q. Horati Flacci Carmina cum Epodis. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1945.

  • Cataudella, Quintino. 'Filodemo nella satira I 2 di Orazio.' PP 5, 1950, 18-31.

  • Cataudella, Quintino. 'Influssi di poesia classica anche latina negli epigrammi cristiani greci.' In: Studi in onore di Aristide Colonna. Perugia: Istituto di filologia classica dell'Università, 1982, 79-92.

  • Cavarzere, Alberto. 'Modi del "motto" oraziano/ Carm. I 22, I 12 e I 14.' In: Antonietta Porro & Guido Milanese (edd.). Poeti e filologi, filologi-poeti. Composizione e studio della poesia epica e lirica nel mondo greco e romano. Atti del congresso Brescia 26-27 aprile 1995. Aevum(ant) 8, 1995, 157-87.

  • Cavarzere, Alberto. Sul limitare. Il 'motto' e la poesia di Orazio. 1996.

  • Cavarzere, Alberto. 'Il rimbotto dell'amante geloso (Hor. epod. 12,14-16 e Theocr. 14,47-48).' Philologus 153, 2009, 360-1.

  • Cavarzere, Alberto, Antonio Aloni & Alessandro Barchiesi. Iambic Ideas. Essays on a Poetic Tradition from Archaic Greece to the Late Roman Empire. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001. xiv, 263 pp. A.D. Morrison, JRS 93, 2003, 340-1 || M. Clark, CR 53, 2003, 279-81 || C. Keane, BMCR 2002.07.35 || G.I.C. Robertson, Phoenix 57, 2003, 342-4.

  • Clarke, Jacqueline. Imagery of Colour and Shining in Catullus, Propertius, and Horace. New York: Peter Lang, 2003 (Lang Classical Studies 13). 337 pp.

  • Clauss, James J. 'Allusion and structure in Horace Satire 2.1. The Callimachean response.' TAPhA 115, 1985, 197-206.

  • Cody, John V. Horace and Callimachean Aesthetics. Bruxelles: Latomus, 1976 (Collection Latomus 147). 129 pp.

  • Coffta, David Joseph. 'Programme and Persona in Horace, Odes 1.5.' Eranos 96, 1998, 26-31.

  • Coffta, David Joseph. The Influence of Callimachean Aesthetics on the Satires and Odes of Horace. Lewiston, Queenston & Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001 (Studies in Classics 19). xiii, 189 pp. Gabriel Laguna Mariscal, BMCR 2003.09.32 || J.S.C. Eidinow, JRS 94, 2004, 243-4.

  • Collinge, N.E. The Structure of Horace's Odes. London 1961.

  • Commager, Steel. The Odes of Horace. A Critical Study. New Haven: Yale UP, 1961.

  • Costanza, Salvatore. Reminiscenze dell'ode di Saffo "phainetai moi kênos" da Pindaro a Orazio. Messina 1950.

  • Courtney, Edward. 'Four Horatian emendations.' MD 56, 2006.

  • Coutelle, É. 'Properce IV, 1, Horos et Horace.' Latomus 71, 2012, 63-86.

  • Cowan, Robert. 'Absurdly Scythian Spaniards: Silius, Horace and the Concani.' Mnemosyne 59, 2006, 260-7.

  • Cozzoli, Adele Teresa. 'Poesia satirica latina e favola esopica (Ennio, Lucilio e Orazio).' RCCM 37, 1995, 187-204.

  • Cucchiarelli, Andrea. La satira e il poeta. Orazio tra epodi e sermones. Pisa: Giardini, 2001 (Biblioteca MD 17). 255 pp. E. Gowers, JRS 93, 2003, 370.

  • Cucchiarelli, Andrea. La satira e il poeta. Orazio tra Epodi e Sermones. Pisa: Giardini, 2001 (Biblioteca MD 17). 255 pp.

  • Cucchiarelli, Andrea. 'La nave e lo spettatore. Forme dell'allegoria da Alceo ad Orazio (I).' SIFC 2, 2004, 189-206.

  • Cucchiarelli, Andrea. 'La nave e lo spettatore. Forme dell'allegoria da Alceo ad Ozazio (II).' SIFC 3, 2005, 30-72.

  • Cucchiarelli, Andrea. 'Iambic love (Horace, "Inachia," and dreams of a perfect book).' Ordia prima 6, 2007, 91-103.

  • Curley, Dan. '"Splendidior vitro." Horace and Callimachus.' CPh 98, 2003, 280-2.

  • Curley, Dan. 'The Alcaic kid (Horace, Carm. 3.13).' CW 97, 2003/04, 137-52.

  • D'Anna, Giovanni. 'L'evoluzione della poetica di Orazio.' Atti dei convegni di Venosa, Napoli, Roma, novembre 1993. A cura del Comitato nazionale per le celebrazioni del bimillenario della morte di Q. Orazio Flacco. Venosa: Osanna, 1994 (Bimillenario della morte di Q. Orazio Flacco. Atti dei convegni 3), 241-72.

  • Davis, Gregson (ed.). A Companion to Horace. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010 (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World). xiv, 464.

  • De Witt, N. 'Parresiastic poems of Horace.' CPh 30, 1935, 312-9.

  • Delignon, Bénédicte. Les Satires d'Horace et la comédie gréco-latine. Une poétique de l'ambiguïté. Leuven: Peeters 2006 (Bibliothèque d'Études Classiques 49). 581 pp.

  • Delignon, Bénédicte. 'Mythes archaïques et mythes alexandrins dans le livre III des Odes d'Horace: valeur politique d'une double réception.' In: Christophe Cusset, Nadine Le Meur-Weissman & Fanny Levin (ed.). Mythe et Pouvoir à l'époque hellénistique. Colloque ENS de LYON, 10 et 11 juin 2010. Forthcoming.

  • Della Corte, Francesco. 'Fra Statilio Flacco e Orazio.' RFIC 101, 1973, 442-50.

  • Della Corte, Francesco. 'Orazio "desaparecido".' Maia 42, 1990, 41-2.

  • Dettmer, H. Horace. A Study in Structure. Hildesheim: Olms, 1983.

  • Di Benedetto, Vincenzo. 'Omero, Saffo e Orazio e il nuovo Posidippo.' Prometheus 29, 2003, 1-16.

  • Di Liddo, Angela Doriana. '"Pindarum quisquis studet aemulari" (Hor. Carm. 4, 2).' Aufidus 18 (53-54), 2004, 21-69.

  • Dominik, William J. 'Following in whose footsteps? The epilogue to Statius' Thebaid.' In: A.F. Basson & W.J. Dominik (edd.). Literature, Art, History. Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition in Honour of W.J. Henderson. Frankfurt: Lang, 2003, 91-109. Stephen Evans, BMCR 2004.10.31.

  • Edmunds, Lowell. Intertextuality and the Reading of Roman Poetry. Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins UP, 2000. xx, 201 pp. C. Martindale, CJ 99, 2003/04, 95-8 || S. Goldhill, CW 96, 2002/03, 331-2 || P.R. Hardie, CR 52, 2002, 296-7 || D.J. Kuyat, BMCR 2002.08.37 || J. Fabre-Serris, Gnomon 75, 2003, 449.

  • Erasmo, M. 'Birds of a Feather? Ennius and Horace, Odes 2, 20.' Latomus 65, 2006, 369-377.

  • Faber, Riemer. 'Poetics of closure in Horace Odes 3.1.' AJPh 126, 2005, 93-106.

  • Fain, Gordon L. Fortune and Thunder in Horace, Odes I, 34, Parcus deorum cultor.' Latomus 65, 2006, 88-96.

  • Fantham, Elaine. 'Chiron: the best of teachers.' In: A.F. Basson & W.J. Dominik (edd.). Literature, Art, History. Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition in Honour of W.J. Henderson. Frankfurt: Lang, 2003, 111-22. Stephen Evans, BMCR 2004.10.31.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco. 'Caducità dell'uomo et eternità della natura. Variazioni di un motivo letterario.' QUCC 55, 1987, 101-10.

  • Fedeli, Paolo & Irma Ciccarelli. Q. Horatii Flacci, Carmina. Liber IV. Firenze: Felice le Monnier, 2008 (Biblioteca Nazionale, Testi con commento filologico 17). 706 pp.

  • Feeney, Dennis C. & Anthony J. Woodman (edd.). Traditions and Contexts in the Poetry of Horace. Cambridge: CUP, 2002. x, 271 pp. Charles Witke, ElAnt 8.1, 2004 || Barbara K. Gold, CR 55, 2005, 125-7 || Shannon N. Byrne, CB 80, 2004, 87-94 || andrea Cucchiarelli, JRS 94, 2004, 244-6.

  • Filée, Jacques. 'Horace, Ode I,28.' LEC 68, 2000, 55-69.

  • Fiske, G.C. Horace and Lucilius. A Study in the Classical Theory of Imitation. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1920.

  • Fraenkel, E. Horace. Oxford: OUP, 1957.

  • Francis, David. '"Onos lyras." Horace and the poetae arguti (Horace, Epistles 2.2.65-86).' In: Michael Whitby, Philip Hardie & Mary Whitby (edd.). "Homo Viator." Classical Essays for John Bramble. Bristol: Bristol Classical Press, 1987, 141-5.

  • Freudenburg, Kirk. The Walking Muse. Horace on the Theory of Satire. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1993.

  • Freudenburg, Kirk (ed.). Horace: Satires and Epistles. Oxford & New Yok: Oxford University Press, 2009 (Oxford Readings in Clasical Studies). 528 pp.

  • Fuhrer, Therese & Andreas Juckel. 'Lehrdichtung.' In: Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum 22, 2008, 1034-90.

  • Galinsky, G.K. (ed.). The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Augustus. Cambridge: CUP, 2005. 407 pp. Lee L. Brice, History, BMCR 2006.07.26 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2006/2006-07-26.html) || Mark Toher, CR 57, 2007, 472-4.

  • Gallavotti, Carlo. 'Postilla a nuovi carmi di Saffo e di Alceo.' PP 1, 1946, 119-25.

  • Garrison, Daniel H. Horace, Epodes and Odes. A New Annotated Latin Edition Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991.

  • Gervais, K. 'Neu desint epulis rosae. Re-evaluating the Addressee and Intertexts of Hor. Carm. I, 36.' Latomus 71, 2012, 47-62.

  • Gibson, Roy K. Excess and Restraint. Propertius, Horace, and Ovid's Ars Amatoria. London: Institute of Classical Studies, 2007 (BICS Suppl. 89). 168 pp. Beert Verstraete, BMCR 2007.08.35.

  • Gigante, Marcello. 'Cercida, Filodemo e Orazio.' RFIC 33, 1955, 286-93.

  • Gigante, Marcello. 'Cercida, Filodemo e Orazio.' In: RF2, 1984, 235-43.

  • Gigante, Marcello. 'Orazio tra Simonide e Posidippo.' In: Italo Lana (ed.). Omaggio al poeta latino Orazio. Torino: Accademia delle Scienze di Torino, 1994 (Atti della Accademia delle Scienze di Torino, Classe di Scienze Morali, Storiche e Filologiche, Supplement 128), 55-71.

  • Gómez Pallarès, Joan. 'Promenade dans Rome : les temples et les statues d'Horace, Odes, I, 2.' In: Évelyne Prioux & Agnès Rouveret (edd.). Métamorphoses du regard ancien. Nanterre: Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest, 2010. Christophe Cusset, Aitia 2, 2012.

  • Gowers, Emily. Horace: Satires Book I. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012 (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics). xi, 370 pp.

  • Griffin, Jasper G. 'Cult and Personality in Horace.' JRS 87, 1997, 54- 69.

  • Griffin, Jasper G. 'Cult and Personality in Horace.' JRS 87, 1997, 54-69.

  • Günther, Hans-Christian. 'Pindar, Kallimachos und Horaz (Hor. C. IV 2).' SIFC 17, 1999, 143-61.

  • Hafner, Markus . 'Ein Böckchen für den Kaiser: zum subtilen Spiel mit "recusatio" und "concatenatio" in und um Horazens Ode 3.13.' RFIC 138, 2010, 410-425.

  • Hamer, Erik. 'Horace, the Carmen Saeculare and Callimachus.' In: Ettore Cingano & Lucio Milano (ed.). Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East. Proceedings of the "Advanced Seminar in the Humanities," Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: SARGON Editrice e Libreria, 2008 (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell' Antichità e del Vicino Oriente, Università Ca' Foscari, Venezia, 4), 285-304.

  • Hardie, Alex. 'An Augustean Hymn to the Muses (Horace Odes 3,4). Part I.' In: Francis Cairns (ed.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar. Vol. 13. Leeds: F. Cairns, 2008 (Arca 13), 55-118.

  • Hardie, Philip R. 'Horace's Sublime Yearnings. Lucretian Ironies.' In: Francis Cairns (ed.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar. Vol. 13. Leeds: F. Cairns, 2008 (Arca 13), 119-72.

  • Hardie, Philip R. (ed.). Paradox and the marvellous in Augustan literature and culture. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. xiii, 388 pp.

  • Harrison, Stephen J. (ed.). Homage to Horace. Oxford: OUP, 1995.

  • Harrison, Stephen J. (ed.). The Cambridge Companion to Horace. Cambridge: CUP, 2007. 381 pp. Niall Rudd, BMCR 2007.05.25 (see also BMCR 2007.06.07, 2007.06.31).

  • Harrison, Stephen J. Generic Enrichment in Vergil and Horace. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007. ix, 262 pp. J.D. Reed, CPh 105, 2010, 116-18.

  • Harrison, Stephen J. 'The Primal Voyage and the Ocean of Epos. Two Aspects of Metapoetic Imagery in Catullus, Virgil and Horace.' Dictynna 4, 2007, http://dictynna.revue.univ-lille3.fr/DictynnaNumero4.html.

  • Harrison, Stephen J. 'Horace Epistles 2. The Last Horatian Book of Sermones?' In: Francis Cairns (ed.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar. Vol. 13. Leeds: F. Cairns, 2008 (Arca 13), 173-86.

  • Hexter, Ralph. '"O fons Bandusiae." Blood and Water in Horace's Odes 3.13.' In: Michael Whitby et al. (edd.). Homo Viator. Classical Essays for J. Bramble. London: Bristol Classical Press, 1987.

  • Heyworth, Stephen J. 'Some Allusions to Callimachus in Latin Poetry.' MD 33, 1994, 51-79.

  • Hills, Philip D. Horace. London: Bristol Classical Press, 2005 (Ancients in Action). 160 pp. Sjarlene Thom, CR 56, 2006, 346-7.

  • Hollis, Adrian S. 'Two adynata in Horace, Epode 16.' CQ 48, 1998, 311-3.

  • Holzberg, Niklas. Horaz. Dichter und Werk. München: C. H. Beck, 2009. 240 pp.

  • Hoof, L. van. 'Horace, Odes 3,26: gemme taillée au début de la fin.' Latomus 63, 2004, 310-326.

  • Höschele, Regina. 'The traveling reader. Journeys through ancient epigram books.' TAPhA 137, 2007, 333-69.

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