• Athena and Ares and a comparison of the two as divinities of war 

    Rogers, Rachel Lucy (University of Missouri, 1905)
    The aim of this paper will be to set forth the conception of Athena as found in the principal early sources of Greek mythology, namely the Iliad and Odyssey of Homer; the Theogonia, Works and Days, and Shield of Heracles, ...
  • Euripides as a poet of nature 

    Nichols, Lulu Edith (University of Missouri, 1902)
    On the shores of Salamis, Euripides used for his study a cave which overlooked the sea, and in this secluded place wrote most of his tragedies. Thus leading a life of seclusion, Euripides devoted much time to studying ...
  • The Homeric house in the light of recent excavations 

    Welch, John Gunn (University of Missouri, 1904)
    The purpose of this paper is to give a detailed description of the Homeric house, according to the information to be had from the Homeric poems, and to compare it with other palaces of early antiquity, such as those of ...
  • Influence of Catullus on Latin poetry of the Augustan age 

    Beamer, Maude, 1885-1973 (University of Missouri, 1915)
    To what extent Catullus was a factor in the poetry of the Augustan age, or more accurately, what he contributed to it in form and substance is the object of this inquiry. A sympathetic reading of his poems alone assures ...
  • Presentation and stage setting of Greek tragedy of the fifth century B.C. 

    Jenkins, Charles Oscar (University of Missouri, 1902)
    The purpose of this thesis is to see what facts we may gather concerning the presentation and stage setting of Greek Tragedy of the fifth century B. C. from the study of the extant plays of Aeschylus and several of those ...