Bryn Mawr Classical Review 04.05.04

Announcement: Corrigendum and a Conference

That strange hissing sound you may have heard in the middle distance recently is the sound of embarrassed steam escaping from author and editors of the review of a book about Valerius Maximus that went on to refer to Valerius Paterculus. I could express the, so to speak, velleity to have a chance to do that one over, but I will forbear. In the meantime, pls. see the following news of a colloquium of interest


The Classics Department at Case Western Reserve University presents a classical colloquium entitled

"The Creation of Character: Ethos and Ethopoiia in Ancient Theory and Practice"


  • John Kirby (Purdue): "Justice and Expediency in Ancient Views of Ethos"
  • Will Batstone (Ohio State): "Cicero's First Catilinarian and the Construction of Consular Ethos"
  • Kirk Freudenburg (Ohio State): "Ethos and Verse Technique in Two Satires of Horace"
  • Martin Helzle (Case Reserve): "Vergil's Aeneas"

    Friday, November 5, 1993
    4 p.m. - 6 p.m.

    1914 Lounge, Thwing Center (11111 Euclid Avenue)
    Case Western Reserve University
    University Circle
    Cleveland, Ohio

    Light refreshments
    open to everybody

    e-mail for details.

    Martin Helzle
    Perstat et alternae deceptus imagine vocis "huc coeamus!" ait, nullique libentius umquam responsura sono "coeamus!" rettulit Echo.

    tel.: (216) 368-2294 fax: (216) 368-4681