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Hermes, founded in 1866 and currently edited by Siegmar Döpp, Karl-Joachim Hölkeskamp and Adolf Köhnken, is an international, peer-reviewed journal on Greek and Roman antiquity. It focuses on linguistics, literature as well as history. It features original articles in English, German, French and Italian.

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag

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Volume 141, Number 1, January 2013

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I Parassiti Vessati di Alcifrone
pp. 45-57(13)
Author: Andreassi, Mario

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Magic and Irony in Theocritus' “Idyll 2”
pp. 58-64(7)
Author: Domány, Judit

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An Extraordinary Insult in S. Ichneutai
pp. 83-87(5)
Author: Antonopoulos, Andreas P.

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Catullus 25.5: A Gaping Target
pp. 105-107(3)
Author: Mitchell, Keith

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A Proposito di Curt. 10,1,10–15
pp. 108-116(9)
Author: Galli, Daniela

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Suetonius and the Date of Curtius Rufus
pp. 117-120(4)
Author: Power, Tristan

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