• Alliteration in Horace 

    Rundle, Edith Leota (University of Missouri, 1914)
    Questions that this paper will attempt to answer are: Does Horace show a preference for alliteration of any particular letter or letters? If so, is this due to the fact that a proportionately large number of the words of ...
  • A comparison of the Dido story of the Aeneid IV with the Ariadne episode in Catullus LXIV 

    Gordon, Eleanor Madge (University of Missouri, 1907)
    When considering carefully the Epyllion of Catullus and Book IV of Virgil's Aeneid, can we say that Virgil was influenced by Catullus? It seems to me we are justified in saying this. Certainly it would not be fair to say ...
  • Mythology of Propertius 

    Martin, Donnis (University of Missouri, 1913)
    It is seldom that the mythology of the ancient Greeks and Romans is distinguished from their religion. This arises largely from the fact that the same supernatural beings figure in each. But mythology and religion represent ...
  • Religion of Tibullus 

    Martin, Gladys, 1891-1979 (University of Missouri, 1913)
    Tibullus is generally considered a poet sincere and devout in his religion; for he is constantly invoking the presence of the divinities, vowing sacrifice to them, and dwelling upon their beneficence to mankind. It is the ...