Natal Studies in Classical Antiquity
Scholia features critical and pedagogical articles and reviews on a diverse range of subjects dealing with classical antiquity, including late antique, medieval, Renaissance and early modern studies related to the classical tradition; in addition, there is information about Classics programmes in African universities and schools, news about the University of Natal's Museum of Classical Archaeology, and the B. X. de Wet Essay. (Not all sections necessarily appear in any single volume.)
Manuscripts: Potential contributors should read the 'Notes for Contributors' located at the back of this volume and follow the suggested guidelines for the submission of manuscripts. Articles on classical antiquity and the teaching of Classics in Africa are particularly welcome. Every submission is reviewed by at least two suitable referees, usually one in South Africa and one outside the country. Time before publication decision: 2-3 months.
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Scholia, Department of Classics, University of Natal, King George V Avenue, Durban, 4001, Republic of South Africa. Telephone: (031) 260.2312;
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New Series: Scholia is indexed and abstracted in L'Annee Philologique, indexed in Gnomon and MLA International Bibliography, and listed in Ulrich's International Periodicals Directory; the tables of contents are accessible by electronic mail through the TOCS-IN project. Select articles appear in advance of publication in Electronic Antiquity.
NS Vol. 2 (1993) is published with the support of the University of Natal.
SCHOLIA Natal Studies in Classical Antiquity
NS Vol. 2
Editorial Note -- p.1
Peoples of Azania -- p.3
John L. Hilton
Roman Perceptions of Blacks -- p.18
Popular and Higher Education in Africa Proconsularis in the Second Century A.D. -- p.32
Socrates, Plato and Fiction -- p.46
H. D. Rankin
Moral 'Clusters' in the Odyssey -- p.57
An Examination of Jason's Cloak (Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica 1.730-68) -- p.70
C. U. Merriam
Theozotides on Adopted Sons (Lysias Fr. 6) -- p.82
Niall W. Slater
A Short But Frank Explanation of Juvenal Sat. 6. O. 5f. -- p.87
Saul J. Bastomsky
On Translating Catullus 3 -- p.91
UNIVERSITY OF NATAL INAUGURAL ADDRESS
The Oral Shaping of Culture -- p.98
E. A. Mackay
T. P. Wiseman, Talking to Virgil: A Miscellany -- p.119
Michael W. Taylor, The Tyrant Slayers: The Heroic Image in Fifth Century BC Athenian Art and Politics -- p.123
(E. A. Mackay)
John L. Hilton, An Introduction to Latin -- p.125
Ann Norris Michelini, Euripides and the Tragic Tradition -- p.132
Reviews -- p.136
Books Received -- p.141
In the Universities -- p.143
In the Museum -- p.149
B. X. de Wet Essay -- p.153
Exchanges with Scholia -- p.160
Notes for Contributors --p.164
Forthcoming in Scholia (1994) -- p.167
Subscription Form -- p.168
COPYRIGHT NOTE: Copyright remains with authors, but due reference should be made to this journal if any part of the above is later published elsewhere.
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