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(Dow, Sterling) ; Alan L. Boegehold, William M. Calder Iii, John McK. Camp Ii, William T. Loomis, Kent J. Rigsby, Leslie Threatte, Jr. , Stephen V. Tracy, John S. Traill Listings

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1 (Dow, Sterling) ; Alan L. Boegehold, William M. Calder Iii, John McK. Camp Ii, William T. Loomis, Kent J. Rigsby, Leslie Threatte, Jr. , Stephen V. Tracy, John S. Traill STUDIES PRESENTED TO STERLING DOW ON HIS EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY
Duke University 1984 Softcover Fair 
Water staining to spine with stains to wraps. A few hard scratches to rear wrap. Water-staining has affected some pages. Reading copy only. ; Among the articles included: Repeated Similes in the Homeric Poems by Charles Rowan Beye; The West Pediment of the Parthenon: Poseidon by Judith Binder; Eleusinian Treasures in the Late Fifth and Early Fourth Centuries; Teos in Pindar by George Huxley; The Minnesota Messina Survey: A Look Back by William A. McDonald; The Polis of Sellasia by W. Kendrick Pritchett; Regulations for the Herakleaian Games at Marathon by Eugene Vanderpool; and many many more. ; Greek, Roman and Byzantine Monographs 10; 336 pages 
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2 Boegehold, Alan L. (with Contributions by John McK. Camp Ii, Margaret Crosby, Mabel Lang, David R. Jordan and Rhys F. Townsend THE ATHENIAN AGORA: THE LAWCOURTS AT ATHENS Sites, Buildings, Equipment, Procedure, and Testimonia. Volume XXVIII
American School of Classical Studies At Athens 1995 0876612281 / 9780876612286 Hardcover Fine with no dust jacket 
A comprehensive, three-part study of the sites and procedures of Athenian lawcourts in the 5th, 4th, and 3rd centuries B. C. Part I discusses various courts, their names and possible sites, and reconstructs their history and daily workings, synthesizing literary, documentary, and physical evidence. Part II discusses the buildings which could have served as courts and the objects found in them. Such court paraphernalia included ballots, receptacles for documents, water clocks (used to time speeches) , allotments machines and their accessories (for assigning jurors to the courts) , seating tokens, and a curse tablet. Part III collects 355 testimonia on Athenian lawcourts, with Greek text, translation, and commentary. ; The Athenian Agora. Volume XXVIII. ; Vol. 28; 284 pages 
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