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  • Abel, D.H. 'Medea in Dido.' CB 34, 1958, 51-3 & 56.
  • Acel, Zsolt. 'Der Orpheus des Epitaphios Bionos in den Werken von Vergil und Ovid.' AAntHung 47, 2007, 349-68.
  • Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin. 'Unwilling Farewell and Complex Allusion (Sappho, Callimachus and Aeneid 6.458).' In: Francis Cairns, Sandra Cairns & Frederick Williams (edd.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar 13. Cambridge: Cairns, 2008 (ARCA 48), 1-12.
  • Acuña, M.L. 'El Dafnis de Virgilio.' CLit 2, 1983, 31-43.
  • Adkin, Neil. 'Further Vergilian etymologizing: Aeneid 6,432-3.' AC 71, 2002, 149-50.
  • Adkin, Neil. 'Vergil, Aeneid 9,69. A jingle?' AC 72, 2003, 231.
  • Adkin, Neil. 'further Virgilian etymologizing: Georg. 3.515-6; Aen. 1.500-1; Aen. 6.285-7.' AC 75, 2006, 171-6.
  • Adler, Eve. Vergil's Empire. Political Thought in the Aeneid. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. xviii, 349 pp. Monica R. Gale, CR 54, 2004, 376-8 || Alba Romano, Ordia Prima 3, 2004, 171-3.
  • Ahl, Frederick. How to Read the Aeneid. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 256 pp.
  • Albis, Robert V. Poet and Audience in the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius. Diss. Yale University, New Haven, 1992. 220 pp. AAT 9315179. Summary: DAI-A 54, 1993/94, 167A.
  • Albis, Robert V. 'Callimachus at the end of Aeneas' narration.' HSCPh 95, 1993, 323-32.
  • Albis, Robert V. Poet and Audience in the Argonautica of Apollonius. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 1996 (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches). xii, 155 pp. S. Halliwell, G&R 44, 1997, 222 || A. Sens, BMCR 9, 1998, 701-5 || M. Plantinga, CR 48, 1998, 477-8 || C.S. Byre, NECN 25, 1997-8, 97-8.
  • Albrecht, Michael von. Roman Epic. An Interpretative Introduction. Leiden: Brill, 1999 (Mnemosyne Suppl. 189). S.M. Goldberg, CW 93, 2000, 545-6 || P. Hardie, JRS 91, 2001, 214 || A.J. Boyle, Gnomon 73, 2001, 720-2.
  • Albrecht, Michael von. 'Rezensionsaufsatz. Neue Vergilstudien: Selbstzitat, Poetologie, Intertextualität.' WS 118, 2005, 213-32.
  • Albrecht, Michael von. Vergil: Bucolica-Georgica-Aeneis. Eine Einführung. Heidelberg: Winter, 2006 (Heidelberger Studienhefte zum Altertumswissenschaft). 235 pp. Giampiero Scafoglio, BMCR 2007.05.25.
  • Alpers, Paul. 'Community and convention in Vergilian pastoral.' In: John D. Bernard (ed.). Vergil at 2000. Commemorative Essays on the Poet and his Influence. New York: AMS Press, 1986 (AMS Ars Poetica 3), 43-65. Stephen J. Harrison, CR 37, 1987, 175-7.
  • Alpers, Paul. 'Theocritean bucolic and Virgilian pastoral.' Arethusa 23, 1990, 19-47. S.V. Tracy, Arethusa 23, 1990, 49-57.
  • Alpers, Paul. What is Pastoral? Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. xiv, 429 pp. J.W. Halporn, BMCR 1997.12.15 || R.L. Hunter, CR 47, 1997, 320-2 || R. Faber, Phoenix 54, 2000.
  • Althaus, H. Laokoon. Stoff und Form. Bern & München, 1968.
  • Ambühl, Annemarie. 'Sleepless Orpheus: Insomnia, Love, Death and Poetry from Antiquity to Contemporary Fiction.' In: E. Scioli & Christine Walde (edd.). Sub Imagine Somni: Nighttime Phenomena in Greco-Roman Culture. Pisa, 2010, 259-84.
  • Anagnostou, Evangelia. Eros and Ritual in Ancient Literature. Singing of Atalanta, Daphnis and Orpheus. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2005 (Gorgias Dissertations 11/Classics 3). xxxv, 574 pp.
  • Anderson, Graham. 'The origins of Daphnis. Virgil's Eclogues and the ancient Near East.' PVS 21, 1993, 65-79.
  • Anderson, Michael J. The Fall of Troy in Early Greek Poetry and Art. Oxford: OUP, 1997 (Oxford classical monographs). xi, 283 pp.
  • Anderson, T.M. Early Epic Scenery. Homer, Virgil, and the Medieval Legacy. Ithaca, NY & London: Cornell UP, 1976.
  • Anderson, William D. 'Notes on the Simile in Homer and his Successors, I. Homer, Apollonius Rhodius, and Vergil; II. Milton.' CJ 53, 1957, 81-7 & 127-33.
  • Andrae, Janine. Vom Kosmos zum Chaos. Ovids Metamorphosen und Vergils Aeneis. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2003 (BAC 54). 285 pp. Rebecca Lämmle, MH 61, 2004, 245-6.
  • Andrews, P.B.S. 'The falls of Troy in Greek tradition.' G&R 12, 1965, 28-37.
  • Anzinger, Silke. Schweigen im römischen Epos. Zur Dramaturgie der Kommunikation bei Vergil, Lucan, Valerius Flaccus und Statius. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2007 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 237). xi, 408 pp.
  • Arkins, Brian. 'The Freedom of Influence. Callimachus and Latin Poetry.' Latomus 47, 1988, 285-93.
  • Arkins, Brian. 'A Note on Vergil, Eclogues 10.4-6.' LCM 15, 1990, 66.
  • Arlandi, R. Animali in Oppiano, Virgilio (...). Tortona: Diadosis, 1962.
  • Arlandi, R. Animali in Oppiano, Virgilio, ecc. Tortona: Diadosis, 1962.
  • Armstrong, David, Jeffrey Fish, Patricia A. Johnson & Marilyn B. Skinner (edd.). Vergil, Philodemus, and the Augustans. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2004. xii, 361 pp. Philip Hardie, JRS 96, 2006, 253-4 || Clive Chandler, CR 55, 2005, 521-3 || N. Quartarone, BMCR 2005.04.64 (response 2005.05.47).
  • Armstrong, Rebecca. 'Virgil's cucumber: Georgics 4.121-2.' CQ 58, 2008, 366-8.
  • Astyrakaki, E. Parthenios, Peri Erotikon Pathematon 20-36. A Commentary. Diss. University College, London, 1999.
  • Atherton, Catherine (ed.). Form and Content in Didactic Poetry. Papers presented at the 5th Nottingham Classical Literature Symposium, May 22nd, 1996. Bari: Levante, 1998 (Nottingham Classical Literature Studies 5). xxi, 169 pp. A. Magnoni, Eikasmos 12, 2001, 416-7 || K. Volk, JRS 91, 2001, 216-7.
  • Austin, R.G. 'Virgil and the Wooden Horse.' JRS 49, 1959, 16-25.
  • Baldwin, Barry. 'Vergilius Graecus.' AJPh 97, 1976, 361-8.
  • Baldwin, Barry. 'Vergil in Byzantium.' A&A 29, 1982, 81-93.
  • Baldwin, Barry. 'An early Byzantine echo of Vergil?' Hermes 111, 1983, 127-8.
  • Baldwin, Barry. 'Latin in Byzantium.' In: V. Vavrinek (ed.). From Late Antiquity to Early Byzantium. Praha, 1985, 237-41.
  • Bandera, C. 'Sacrificial Levels in Virgil's Aeneid.' Arethusa 14, 1981, 217-39.
  • Baraz, Yelena. 'Euripides' Corinthian Princess in the Aeneid.' CPh 104, 2009, 317-30.
  • Barbantani, Silvia. 'Aetia Romana. SH fr. 957 (P.Hamb. 124 inv. 666 verso) e la leggenda della fondazione di Roma nel mondo greco.' SemRom 3, 2000, 77-104.
  • Barbara, Sébastien. 'Le "Diomède" de l'Énéide ou le bon roi selon Virgile.' REA 108.2, 2006, 517-56.
  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Letture e trasformazioni di un mito arateo (Cic. Arat. XVII Tr.; Verg. Georg. 2,473 sq.).' MD 6, 1981, 181-7.
  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. La traccia del modello. Effetti omerici nella narrazione virgiliana. Pisa: Giardini, 1984.
  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Immovable Delos. Aeneid 3.78-98 and the Hymns of Callimachus.' CQ 44, 1994, 438-43.
  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. Speaking Volumes. Narrative and Intertext in Ovid and Other Latin Poets. Edited and translated by Matt Fox and Simone Marchesi. London: Duckworth, 2001. 206 pp. M. Lowrie, BMCR 2002.06.38 || S. Dambe, AClass 45, 2002, 133-7 || P. Hardie, JRS 93, 2003, 376-7 || A. Gosling, Scholia Reviews 11, 2002 || Martin Brady, Classics Ireland 11, 2004 (http://www.classicsireland.com).
  • Bardon, H. 'Bucolique et politique.' RhM 115, 1972, 1-13.
  • Barigazzi, Adelmo. 'De papyro Graeca Vindobonensi 29801.' Athenaeum 24, 1946, 7-27.
  • Barigazzi, Adelmo. 'Ad Verg. ecl. VII, 25 et Euphor. 140 P. (A. P. VI, 279).' SIFC 24, 1949, 29-31.
  • Barigazzi, Adelmo. 'Per l'interpretazione dell'Id. 5 di Teocrito e dell'Ecl. 3 di Virgilio.' AC 44, 1975, 54-78.
  • Barigazzi, Adelmo. 'Euforione.' Enciclopedia Virgiliana 2, 1985, 421-2.
  • Barra, G. 'Ancora sull'Arcadia di Virgilio.' Vichiana 1, 1972, 220-30.
  • Barra, G. 'La figura di Orfeo nel IV libro delle Georgiche.' Vichiana 4, 1975, 193-9.
  • Bassett, Samuel E. 'The Laocoon episode in Quintus Smyrnaeus.' AJPh 46, 1925, 243-52.
  • Becker, P. 'Vergil und Quintus.' RhM 68, 1913, 68-90.
  • Beede, G.L. Vergil and Aratus. A Study in the Art of Translation. Chicago: University Library, 1936. 90 pp. Ernout, RPh 1940, 291 || A.D. Way, CR 1940, 55 || E. O'Neill, AJPh 1940, 377-9 || Helm, PhW 1941, 82 || RPh 1940, 291.
  • Behr, Francesca D'Alessandro. Apostrophe, Irony and Death in Lucan's Bellum Civile. Diss. State University of New York, Buffalo, 2000, 225 pp. AAT 9987024. Summary: DAI-A 61.9, 2001, 3535.
  • Behr, Francesca D'Alessandro. 'The narrator's voice. A narratological reappraisal of apostrophe in Virgil's Aeneid.' Arethusa 38, 2005, 189-222.
  • Beissinger, Margaret H., Jane Tylus & Susanne Wofford (edd). Epic Traditions in the Contemporary World. The Poetics of Community. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1999. 333 pp. C. Martindale, JRS 91, 2001, 215-6.
  • Bellandi, Franco. 'La forgiatura della spada e l'uccisione dei buoi da lavoro in Arato (e Aratea latini) e in Virgilio.' Paideia 59, 2004, 25-37.
  • Bellardi, G. 'Un esempio di imitatio in Virgilio.' Maia 14, 1962, 187-208.
  • Berg, William. Early Vergil. London 1974. x, 222 pp.
  • Bernabé, Alberto. 'Quérilo y la Geranomaquia. Sobre el fr. 13 Colace (= 14 Kinkel = Suppl. Hell. 332).' Emerita 52, 1984, 319-23.
  • Bernsdorff, Hans. 'Hesiod, ein zweiter Vergil? Bemerkungen zu P. Oxy. 3537r, 3-28.' In: S. Döpp (ed.). Antike Rhetorik und ihre Rezeption. Symposion zu Ehren von .. Carl Joachim Classen .. am 21. und 22. November 1998 in Göttingen. Stuttgart: Steiner, 1999, 63-83. J. Schloemann, BMCR 01.03.10 (2001).
  • Bertazzoli, Valentina. 'Callimaco e Virgilio a confronto. L'apoteosi di Arsinoe e la morte di Didone.' InvLuc 24, 2002, 27-35.
  • Bertrand, E. 'Virgile et Apollonius de Rhodes. Didon comparée à Médée.' AUG 10, 1898, 183-229.
  • Beye, Charles R. 'Vergil and Apollonius.' In: Christine Perkell (ed.). Reading Vergil's Aeneid. An Interpretive Guide. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1999 (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture 23), 271-84.
  • Beye, Charles R. Ancient Epic Poetry. Homer, Apollonius, Virgil. Ithaca & London: Cornell UP, 1993. xii, 280 pp. 2nd ed. With a Chapter on the Gilgamesh Poems (and a new preface, updated Further Reading). Bolchazy-Carducci, 2005. x, 312 pp. N. Gross, CW 88, 1994-5, 218-19 || Françoise Létoublon, RPh 47, 1993, 334-5 || Joseph Farrell, BMCR 94.2.9 [1994] || Andrew E. Porter, BMCR 2006.06.19.
  • Beye, Charles R. Ancient Epic Poetry: Homer, Apollonius, Virgil. With a Chapter on the Gilgamesh Poems. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 2006. x, 313 pp. Andrew E. Porter, BMCR 2006.06.19.
  • Beye, Charles Rowan. 'Fortunati ambo.' In: Stephan Heilen a.o. (edd.). In Pursuit of 'Wissenschaft': Festschrift für William M. Calder III zum 75. Geburtstag. Hildesheim & Zürich: Olms, 2008 (Spudasmata 119), 33-9.
  • Binder, Gerhard (ed.). Saeculum Augustum. Band 2: Religion und Herrscherkult, Literatur und Sprache (1988). Band 3: Kunst und Bildersprache (1991). Darmstadt 1988-91 (Wege der Forschung).
  • Binder, Gerhard. 'Hirtenlied und Herrscherlob.' Gymnasium 96, 1989, 363-5.
  • Bing, Peter. 'Aratus and his audiences.' MD 31, 1993, 99-109.
  • Biow, D. 'Epic Performance on Trial. Virgil's Aeneid and the Power of Eros in Song.' Arethusa 27, 1994, 223-46.
  • Blanchard, Alain. 'L'architecture secrète des "Bucoliques" de Théocrite.' BAGB 2006, 100-18.
  • Blänsdorf, Jürgen. 'Unepische Szenenfolge in der Aeneis.' WJA 8, 1982, 83-104.
  • Bleisch, Pamela R. The Aetiological Tradition in Vergil's Aeneid Books 1-6. Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 1994. 183 pp. AAT 9510324. DAI-A 55.11, 1995, 3499.
  • Bleisch, Pamela R. 'On Choosing a Spouse. Aeneid 7.378-384 and Callimachus' Epigram 1.' AJPh 117, 1996, 453-72.
  • Bleisch, Pamela R. 'Altars Altered. The Alexandrian Tradition of Etymological Wordplay in Aeneid 1.108-12.' AJPh 119, 1998, 599-606.
  • Boccuto, G. 'I segni premonitori del tempo in Virgilio e in Arato.' A&R 30, 1985, 9-16.
  • Boella, U. 'Adnotatiunculae.' RSC 27, 1979, 321-8.
  • Bollack, M. 'Le retour de Satume.' REL 45, 1967, 304-24.
  • Bollók, János. 'Vergil and Cicero. The interpretation of Georgics 1,231-258.' AAntHung 30, 1982-84, 211-27.
  • Bollók, János. 'Die Kosmologie als Schlüssel zum Verständnis der VI. Ekloge Vergils.' AAntHung 37, 1996/97, 213-23.
  • Bonanno, Maria Grazia. 'Effetti di un eco (Virgilio, Properzio e Teocrito).' In: L'allusione necessaria: ricerche intertestuali sulla poesia greca e latina. Roma 1990 (Filologia e critica 63), 195-201.
  • Bonanno, Maria Grazia. L'allusione necessaria. Ricerche intertestuali sulla poesia greca e latina. Roma 1990 (Filologia e critica 63). 304 pp. Comber, JHS 112, 1992, 176 || Vetta, RFIC 120, 1992, 77-82 || S. Goldhill, CR 43, 1993, 66-8 || Rösler, Gnomon 66, 1994, 193-6 || E. Mignona, Orpheus 16, 1995, 221-4.
  • Bonanno, Maria Grazia. 'Un lapsus calami? (Virgilio e Teocrito).' In: L'allusione necessaria: ricerche intertestuali sulla poesia greca e latina. Roma 1990 (Filologia e critica 63), 183-93.
  • Bonanno, Maria Grazia. 'Per una grammatica del coup de foudre (da Saffo a Virgilio, e oltre).' In: Emanuele Lelli (ed.). Arma Virumque.. Studi di poesia e storiografia in onore di Luca Canali. Pisa: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali, 2002.
  • Bonfanti, Marzia. Punto di vista e modi della narrazione nell'Eneide. Pisa 1985.
  • Bonfanti, Marzia. 'Virgillio, Aen. 3,508-11 e Apollonio Rodio.' MD 20/21, 1988, 299-303.
  • Bongi, V. 'Apollonio Rodio, Virgilio, ed Ennio.' Athenaeum 24, 1946, 68-74.
  • Borca, Federico. '"Per loca senta situ ire." An exploration of the chthonian landscape.' CB 76, 2000, 51-59.
  • Bornmann, Fritz. 'Su alcune reminiscenze virgiliane nell'episodio delle donne di Lemno in Valerio Flacco.' In: Studia Florentina A. Ronconi oblata. Roma: Edizioni dell'Ateneo, 1970, 41-50.
  • Bouquet, Jean. Le songe dans l'épopée latine d'Ennius à Claudien. Bruxelles: Latomus, 2001 (Collection Latomus 260). 204 pp. D. Schmitz, Gymnasium 110, 2003, 582-4 || M. Brady, JRS 92, 2002, 224 || G. Weber, CR 52, 2002, 297-9.
  • Bourgery, A. 'Virgile et Théocrite.' Hum(RES) 30, 1953/54, 20-3.
  • Bowra, C.M. From Virgil to Milton. London 1962.
  • Boyle, Anthony J. (ed.). Roman Epic. London: Routledge, 1993. xii, 336 pp. Reprinted (pb.) 1996. J.H. Gaisser, BMCR 94.5.20 (1994) || J. Poucet, LEC 65, 1995, 178-9 || L. Deschamps, REA 99, 1997, 229 || M.C.J. Putnam, Arion 6.3, 1998-9, 204-16.
  • Bozzi, Lucia. Ideali e correnti letterarie nell'Eneide. Messina & Milano 1936. 181 pp.
  • Braun, Ludwig. 'Adynata und versus intercalaris im Lied Damons (Vergil, Ecl. 8).' Philologus 113, 1969, 292-7.
  • Braun, Ludwig. 'Die Dichter und die Sterne.' WJA 24, 2000, 207-20.
  • Braund, Susanna & Giles Gilbert. 'An ABC of epic ira: anger, beasts and cannibalism.' In: Susanna Braund & Glenn W. Most (edd.). Ancient Anger. Perspectives from Homer to Galen. Cambridge: CUP, 2004 (Yale Classical Studies 32). Adam Bartley, Classics Ireland 12, 2005, http://www.classicsireland.com || Peter Aronoff, BMCR 2007.07.32 || Christophe Cusset, REA 108, 2006 || Simon Goldhill, CR 55, 2005, 178-9.
  • Braund, Susanna & Glenn W. Most (edd.). Ancient Anger. Perspectives from Homer to Galen. Cambridge: CUP, 2004 (Yale Classical Studies 32). x, 325 pp. Adam Bartley, Classics Ireland 12, 2005, http://www.classicsireland.com || Peter Aronoff, BMCR 2007.07.32 || Christophe Cusset, REA 108, 2006.
  • Breed, Brian W. Pastoral Voices. Speech and Writing from Theocritus to Virgil. Diss. Harvard University, Cambridge MA, 1999. 321 pp. Summary: DAI-A 60, 1999/2000, 3996. See also HSCPh 100, 2000, 514-5. Microfilm AAT 9949737.
  • Breed, Brian W. 'Imitations of originality. Theocritus and Lucretius at the start of the Eclogues.' Vergilius 46, 2000, 3-20.
  • Breed, Brian W. 'Imitations of Originality. Theocritus and Lucretius at the Start of the Eclogues.' Vergilius 46, 2000, 3-20.
  • Breed, Brian W. Pastoral Inscriptions. Reading and Writing Virgil's Eclogues. London: Duckworth, 2006 (Classical Literature and Society). 199 pp. Richard Hunter, BMCR 2007.03.39.
  • Breed, Brian W. 'Time and textuality in the book of the Eclogues.' In: Marco Fantuzzi and Theodore Papanghelis (edd.). Brill's Companion to Greek and Latin Pastoral. Leiden: Brill, 2006 (Brill's Companions in Classical Studies).
  • Bremmer, Jan N. 'The Golden Bough: Orphic, Eleusian, and Hellenistic-Jewish Sources of Virgil's Underworld in Aeneid VI.' Kernos 22, 2009, 183-208.
  • Briggs, Ward W. 'Virgil and the Hellenistic Epic.' ANRW II.31.2, 1981, 948-84.
  • Brinton, Anna Cox. Maphaeus Vegius and his Thirteenth Book of the Aeneid. London: Duckworth, 2002. 183 pp.
  • Brioso Sánchez, Máximo. 'Observaciones sobre los proemios "programáticos" y las tesis de Conte.' Habis 29, 1998, 87-100.
  • Brown, E.L. 'Damoetas' Riddle. Euclid's Theorem I,32.' Vergilius 24, 1978, 25-31.
  • Brown, R.D. 'The Structural Function of the Song of Iopas.' HSCPh 93, 1990, 315-34.
  • Brucia, Margaret A. 'The Double Harpalyce, Harpies, and Wordplay at Aeneid 1.314-171.' CQ 51, 2001, 305-8.
  • Brugnoli, Giorgio. 'Anna Perenna.' In: Gallo Italo & Luciano Nicastri (edd.). Cultura, poesia, ideologia nell'opera di Ovidio Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1991 (Pubblicazioni dell'Università degli Studi di Salerno, sezione Atti, convegni, miscellanee 33), 147-68.
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  • Brugnoli, Giorgio. 'Naves Idaeae.' RCCM 38, 1996, 45-52.
  • Bruno, Massimo. 'Cosa sognano i poeti: la rappresentazione onirico-visionaria del programma poetico.' Hormos 9, 2007, 17-62.
  • Bruss, Jon S. 'Famous Last Words. Aeneid 5, 870-71 and the Hellenistic Cenotaphic Epigram.' Latomus 64, 2005, 325-335.
  • Buchheit, V. Vergil über die Sendung Roms. Untersuchungen zum Bellum Poenicum und zur Aeneis. Heidelberg: Winter, 1963 (Gymnasium Beihefte 3).
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  • Butrica, James L. 'A pleonastic use of "kai" and "et" in epic similes.' Mnemosyne 53, 2000, 129-38.
  • Cadili, Luca. Viamque adfecat Olympo. Memoria ellenistica nelle Georgiche di Virgilio. Milano: Edizioni Universitarie di Lettere Economia Diritto, 2001. 236 pp. C. Aceti, Maia 55, 2003, 207-9 || Y. Khan, CR 53, 2003, 359-60 || L. Deschamps, REL 81, 2003, 382 || Monica Gale, JRS 95, 2005, 287.
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  • Cairns, Francis. Virgil's Augustan Epic. Cambridge: CUP, 1989. xi, 280 pp.
  • Cairns, Francis. 'Virgil Eclogue 1.1-2. A Literary Programme?' HSCPh 99, 1999, 289-93.
  • Cairns, Francis. 'Il rossore di Lavinia (Aen. 12.64-70).' Quaderni del Dipartimento di Filologia A. Rostagni 2004, 21-38.
  • Cairns, Francis. The nomenclature of the Tiber in Virgil's Aeneid.' In: Joan Booth & Robert Maltby (edd.). What's in a name? The significance of proper names in classical Latin literature. Swansea : Classical Press of Wales, 2006, 65-82.
  • Cairns, Francis. 'Two further reminiscences of Callimachus Aetia frr. 67-75 in Eclogue 2?' SO 83, 2009, 45-51.
  • Calderón Dorda, Esteban. 'Partenio, maestro de Virgilio.' In: Simposio virgiliano conmemorativo del bimilenario de la muerte de Virgilio. Murcia: Universidad de Murcia, 1984, 217-23.
  • Caldwell, Richard S. Vergil, The Aeneid. Prose Translation. Newburyport, MA: Focus, 2003 (Focus Classical Library). 284 pp.
  • Callaway, Cathy L. The Oath in Epic Poetry. Diss. University of Washington, Seattle, 1990. 305 pp. AAT 9104206. DAI-A 51.9, 1990/91, 3061.
  • Calvos Martínez, José Louis. 'The katabasis of the hero.' In: Héros et héroïnes. Kernos Suppl. 10, 2000, 67-78.
  • Cameron, Alan. Greek Mythography in the Roman World. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004 (APA American Classical Studies 48). xvii, 346 pp. James J. Clauss, CPh 101, 2006, 295-8 || Stephen M. Trzaskoma, BMCR 2005.09.20 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2005/2005-09-20.html).
  • Campbell, J.S. 'Damoetas's riddle. A literary solution.' CJ 78, 1982, 122-6.
  • Canetta, Isabella. 'Muse e ninfe nella settima ecloga di Virgilio.' Eikasmos 19, 2008, 209-23.
  • Carbone, Gabriella. Il centone De alea. Introduzione, testo, traduzione, note critiche, commento e Appendice. Napoli: Loffredo, 2002 (Studi Latini 44). 156 pp. T. Opsomer, BMCR 2003.01.14 || M. Giovini, Maia 55, 2003, 664-7.
  • Carrara, Paolo. 'Un'eco antimachea in Verg., Aen. VI 280 (ferrei Eumenidum thalami).' Prometheus 6, 1980, 271-3.
  • Casali, Sergio. 'Facta impia (Virgil, Aeneid 4.596-9).' CQ 49, 1999, 224-37.
  • Casali, Sergio. 'Il messaggero Idmon e la consapevolezza di morte in Turno. Una nota sulla poetica dei nomi in Virgilio.' Schol(i)a 2, 2000, 39-48.
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