Monday, July 8, 2013

OhioLINK ETD Center (Electronic Theses and Dissertations)

OhioLINK ETD Center (Electronic Theses and Dissertations)

Some examples of the theses and dissertations available here from Universities in Ohio:

Ohio State University: Classics

1. Berkowitz, Lucille Berman. An index of musical terminology in Homer, The Cycle, and The Hymns.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1961, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Jones, W. R.
 
2. Demelis, Kostas D. A comparative study of the tragic and the existential hero: Agamemnon in Aeschylus and Ritsos.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1986, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Allison, June W.
Keywords: RITSOS; AGAMEMNON; Aeschylean; Existentialists; poem; Greek; HERO
 
3. Figge, Frederick William. Oculi sacerdotis.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1953, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Titchener, John B.
 
4. Igriczi-Nagy, Margarita. The commentary of Saint Robert Bellarmine on Psalm 118 in the Explantio in Psalmos.
Degree: PhD, Classics, 2007, Ohio State University
 This thesis examines the commentary of Saint Robert Bellarmine on Psalm 118… (more)
Keywords: Saint Robert Bellarmine; Explanatio in psalmos; Psalm 118
 
5. Kennedy, Rebecca Futo. Athena/Athens on Stage: Athena in the Tragedies of Aeschylus and Sophocles.
Degree: PhD, Classics, 2003, Ohio State University
 By 440 BC, the Athenians had created an empire for themselves with… (more)
Keywords: Athens; Athenian Empire; Athena; Greek Tragedy; Aeschylus; Sophocles; Oresteia; Ajax; Delian League
 
6. Landesman, Stephen Geoffrey. The anonymous Certamen Homeri et Hesiodi : a possible antecedent to the literary agon in Aristophanes' Ranae.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1965, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Forbes, Clarence A.
 
7. Meade, Kathryne Ann. Ovid and the Jupiter metamorphoses in the Amores.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1978, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Davis, John.
 
8. Roberts, Grace Greenwood. A discussion of the topics referred to by Aulus Gellius concerning Roman private life, Roman religion and Roman military antiquities.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1930, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Scott, H. F.
 
9. Wentzel, Rocki Tong. Reception, gifts, and desire in Augustines’s Confessions and Vergil’s Aeneid.
Degree: PhD, Classics, 2008, Ohio State University
 My dissertation is a thematic exploration of themes of reception in Vergil’s… (more)
Subjects: Literature, Classical
 
10. Winters, Timothy F. A collection of the literary and epigraphical testimonia for the Island of Salamis.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1983, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Tracy, Stephen.
 
11. Wong, Cynthia Josephine Pietrak. Female roles in the plays of Hroswitha and Terence : the autonomy of celibacy.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1981, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Schlam., Carl C.
 
12. Woodman, Jesse Earle. The Expositio totius mundi et gentium : its geography and its language.
Degree: MA, Classics, 1964, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Abbott, Kenneth Morgan.
Ohio State University: Greek and Latin

1. Albicker, Sharonne L. The language of Plautus: his linguistic methods and their reflection of Roman society.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2003, Ohio State University
 Although many scholars have studied the work of Plautus, their work has… (more)
Keywords: PLAUTUS; Greek; Punic; Plautus; Hanno; ROMAN; Pseudolus
 
2. Anghelina, Catalin. Variation with intrusive T in Ancient Greek.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2004, Ohio State University
 Nominal stems ending in t are very rare in Proto-Indo-European. Despite this… (more)
Subjects: Language, Ancient
Keywords: kre/aj; adverbs; dialects; dative; GREEK; Homer; Attic
 
3. Ball, Eric L. Guarding the Wild: A Placed Critical Inquiry Into Literary Culture in Modern Nations.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2003, Ohio State University
 Scholars in humanistic disciplines have been focusing on "place" in response to… (more)
Keywords: place; literature; folklore; Crete; Greece; ecology; environment; Kazantzakis; Prevelakis
 
4. Bowden, Chelsea Mina. Isocrates' Mimetic Philosophy.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 2012, Ohio State University
 This thesis argues that Isocrates was a philosopher and practiced philosophy, a… (more)
Subjects: Ancient Civilizations; Ancient History; Ancient Languages; Classical Studies; Education History; Philosophy; Rhetoric
Keywords: Isocrates; Philosophy; Plato; Mimesis; Greece; Greek; Oratory; Rhetoric; Antidosis; Nicocles; Athens; Paideia
 
5. Brown, Christopher. An Atticist Lexicon Of The Second Sophistic: Philemon And The Atticist Movement.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2008, Ohio State University
 Greek lexicography was central to classical philology in the nineteenth century. The… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Atticism
 
6. Brown, Howard Paul. The pragmatics of direct address in the Iliad: a study in linguistic politeness.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2003, Ohio State University
 The purpose of this paper will be to examine, in the text… (more)
Keywords: Ancient Greek; Homer; Iliad; Pragmatics; Politeness Theory; Address; Vocative Case; Direct Address; Patronymics
 
7. Buchholz, Bridget Susan. Body Language: The Limits of Communication between Mortals and Immortals in the Homeric Hymns.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2009, Ohio State University
 This project explores issues of communication as represented in the Homeric Hymns.… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: GREEK RELIGION; HOMERIC HYMNS; ANTHROPOMORPHISM
 
8. Bungard, Christopher William. Playing with Your Role in Plautine Theater.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2008, Ohio State University
 This dissertation seeks to open a discussion about the comedies of Titus… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Plautus; Roman comedy; ancient comedy; ancient theater; character; role
 
9. Clauser, Mark D. Lucan's Erictho and the Roman witch tradition.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1993, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Johnston, Sarah Iles.
 
10. Dobyns, Norita Dalene. Power, performance and the Pythia: the political use of Delphic oracles.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 2005, Ohio State University
 Modern theories concerning the nature of operations at Delphi posit that Delphic… (more)
 
11. Dubina, Sarah Ann. First and Lasting Impressions: The Didactic and Dialogic Exordia of Apuleius’ Florida.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 2010, Ohio State University
 In response to recent scholarship on the function of the prologue to… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Apuleius; Florida; introductions; programmatic; intertextuality; intratextuality; didactic; dialogic; exordium; exordia
 
12. Freeble, Douglas. The Other Greeks: Metaphors and Ironies of Hellenism in Livy's Fourth Decade.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2004, Ohio State University
 Already in the Praefatio of Livy’s work the metaphor of the importation… (more)
Keywords: Livy; Roman Historography; Ancient Historiography; Ethnography; Thessaly; Manlius; Gaul; Bacchanalia
 
13. Gentile, Kristen Marie. Reclaiming the Role of the Old Priestess: Ritual Agency and the Post-Menopausal Body in Ancient Greece.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2009, Ohio State University
 This dissertation examines the roles of old priestesses in the Greek religious… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies; Religion; Womens studies
 
14. Gervasi, Robert A. The concept of Elpis in Thucydides.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1981, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Lenardon, Robert J.
 
15. Greenberger, Jeff S. Fathers and sons in the Histories of Herodotus.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1987, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Allison, June.
 
16. Gura, David Turco. A critical edition and study of Arnulf of Orléans’ philological commentary to Ovid's “Metamorphoses”.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2010, Ohio State University
 Arnulf of Orléans ca. 1170 produced a composite commentary on Ovid's Metamorphoses.… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Arnulf of Orleans; Ovid's Metamorphoses; medieval latin; textual criticism; latin paleography
 
17. Haluszka, Adria R. THE SACRED DOMAIN: A SEMIOTIC AND COGNITIVE ANALYSIS OF RELIGION AND MAGIC IN THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN WORLD.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2010, Ohio State University
 Throughout the corpus of texts scholars have decided to call the Greek… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Ancient magic; ancient religion; semiotics and religion; cognitive theory of religion
 
18. Heimann, David Francis. Latin word order in the writings of St. Jerome: Vita Pauli, Vita Malchi, Vita Hilarionis.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1966, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Abbott, Kenneth M.
 
19. Hodges, Gregory W.Q. Ethnographic characterization in Lucan's 'Bellum Civile'.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2004, Ohio State University
 Lucan’s Bellum Civile is a commentary upon and criticism of the Neronian… (more)
Keywords: Lucan; Latin Epic; Ethnography; Pompey; Caesar; Cato
 
20. Hofstetter, Norman Edmond Barry. Lucian's sources of Christianity in the De Morte Peregrini.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 1986, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Hahm, David.
 
21. Hohlfelder, Cynthia Anne. Modes of Expression and Representation in Modern Greek Women’s Prose from 1938-1987.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 1997, Ohio State University
 This thesis examines four different works of modern Greek women’sprose from 1938-1987,… (more)
 
22. Hussey, William Driscoll. Politics and poetry in the first two Hymns of Callimachus.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1973, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Shumaker, John W.
 
23. Jazdzewska, Katarzyna Anna. Platonic Receptions in the Second Sophistic.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2011, Ohio State University
 The dissertation examines interactions of three Second Sophistic authors (Plutarch, Dio Chrysostom,… (more)
Subjects: Classical Studies
Keywords: Greek literature, Second Sophistic, Plato, Plutarch, Dio Chrysostom, Aelius Aristides
 
24. Jones Lewis, Molly Ayn. A Dangerous Art: Greek Physicians and Medical Risk in Imperial Rome.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2009, Ohio State University
  Recent scholarship of identity issues in Imperial Rome has focused on… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies; Health care; History
Keywords: Rome; medicine; history. Greco-Roman Medicine; Greece; Malpractice; Legal Risk; Roman Law
 
25. Karge, Ellen. Aspects of Tacitus' presentation of Tiberius as princeps and proconsul.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1973, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Babcock, Charles L.
 
26. Kritsotakis, Demetrios. Hadrian and the Greek East: Imperial Policy and Communication.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2008, Ohio State University
 The Roman Emperor Hadrian pursued a policy of unification of the vast… (more)
Subjects: History
Keywords: Hadrian; Rome; Greece; Panhellenion; policy; coinage; propaganda
 
27. Kurmally, Mohammed Yousouf. Martial's attitude towards women.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1971, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Forbes, Clarence A.
 
28. Ladianou, Aikaterini. Logos Gynaikos: Feminine Voice in Archaic Greek Poetry.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2009, Ohio State University
 This dissertation argues that feminine voice can be found in Archaic Greek… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: archaic poetry; greek; Sappho; Homer; Alcman; gender; feminine voice; french feminist theory
 
29. Lunsford, Amber Dawn. Romans on parade: representations of Romanness in the Triumph.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2004, Ohio State University
 We find in the Roman triumph one of the most dazzling examples… (more)
Keywords: TRIUMPH; ROMANS; Cicero; Plutarch; spectacle; Livy
 
30. Maiullo, Stephen Anthony. From Philosopher to Priest: The Transformation of the Persona of the Platonic Philosopher.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2010, Ohio State University
 This dissertation examines the transformation of philosophers into priests and demonstrates that… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Religion; Philosophy; Plato; Iamblichus; Plutarch; Numenius
 
 
31. McCloskey, Benjamin Orion. Xenophon’s Kyrou Amathia: Deceitful Narrative and The Birth of Tyranny.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2012, Ohio State University
 The figure of Cyrus in the Cyropaideia has been generally understood to… (more)
Subjects: Classical Studies
Keywords: Xenophon; Socrates; Cyrus the Great
 
32. McGonagle, David John. Rhetoric and biography in Velleius Paterculus.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1970, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Morford, Mark.
 
33. McIntosh, Gillian Elizabeth. Re-thinking the Roman Domus: how architects and orators construct self, space, and language.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2003, Ohio State University
 Concerning research of the Roman home, I identify two problems. First, traditional… (more)
Subjects: Language, Ancient
Keywords: Domus; Architecture; Rhetoric; Literary; Cicero; Vitruvius
 
34. Merriam, Carol U. The feminine world of the Epyllion.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1993, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Davis, John T.
 
35. Molyviati-Toptsi, Urania. Aeneid VI 724-899: The Myth of the Aeterna Regna.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1992, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Tracy, Stephen V.
 
36. Nolan, Brian Thomas. Inscribing costs at Athens in the fourth century B.C.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1981, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Tracy, Stephen V.
 
37. Panagakos, Katherine. Criminal elements: the evolution of the outlaw in the ancient novel.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2004, Ohio State University
 In the first to fourth centuries A.D., a literary genre developed unlike… (more)
Subjects: Language, Ancient
Keywords: Ancient Novel; Pirates; Outlaws; Brigands; Boukoloi
 
38. Papalas, Mary Laura. Greek surrealism: from its roots in French surrealism to the poetry of Calas, Engonopoulos, and Embeirikos.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 2002, Ohio State University
 The Greek surrealist movement gained momentum in the 1930s, at about the… (more)
Keywords: surrealist; GREEK; CALAS; ENGONOPOULOS; EMBEIRIKOS; SURREALISM; Poems
 
39. Paschalis, Michael. Livy's Praefatio and Sallust.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1980, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Morford, Mark P.O.
 
40. Paule, Maxwell Teitel. Canidia: A Literary Analysis of Horace's Witch.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2012, Ohio State University
 This dissertation takes as its underlying premise that the assumption of the… (more)
Subjects: Ancient Civilizations; Ancient Languages; Classical Studies; Literature
Keywords: Horace; Canidia; Witch; Epodes; Satires; Rome; Magic
 
41. Peterson, Anna I. Laughter in the Exchange: Lucian's Invention of the Comic Dialogue.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2010, Ohio State University
 My dissertation examines Lucian’s claim to have invented the comic dialogue. For… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Lucian, Second Sophistic, Imperial Greek, Ancient Comedy, Platonic Dialogue
 
42. Petrou, Fotina Peter. Road imagery in De rerum natura.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 1981, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Snyder, Jane M.
 
43. Poduska, Donald Miles. Synonymous verbs of motion in Plautus.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1963, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Abbott, Kenneth M.
 
44. Potter, Bradley G. Constructing Caesar: Julius Caesar’s Caesar and the creation of the myth of Caesar in history and space.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2004, Ohio State University
 Authors since antiquity have been constructing the persona of Caesar. Julius Caesar… (more)
Keywords: JULIUS CAESAR; Gaul; Rome; Cicero
 
45. Rader, Richard Evan Jr. Shadows on the Son: Aeschylus, Genealogy, History.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2007, Ohio State University
 This dissertation examines genealogy and history in Prometheus Bound, Seven against Thebes,… (more)
Subjects: Literature, Classical
Keywords: Aeschylus; Genealogy; History; Prometheus Bound; Seven Against Thebes; Persians
 
46. Rettig, John William. The Latinity of Martin of Braga.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1963, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Forbes, Clarence A.
 
47. Rettig, John William. The Latinity of Martin of Braga.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1963, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Forbes, Clarence A.
 
48. Russo, Nicholas Mark. The imagery of light and darkness in the Oresteia.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1974, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Lenardon, Robert J.
 
49. Sandy, Gerald Neil. Comparative study of Apuleius' Metamorphoses and other prose fiction of antiquity.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1968, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Abbott, Kenneth M.
 
50. Schott, C. Joseph Jr. Hesiod's eris and Vergil's labor in the Georgics.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1994, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Babcock, Charles L.
 
51. Sham, Michael Norman. Athenian pleonexia in Thucydides's history.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 1985, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Snyder, Jane.
 
52. Smith, Stephen Michael. Herodotus' use of animals" a literary, ethnographic, and zoological study.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1992, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Allison, J. W.
 
53. Strater, Henry Anthony. Poetic technique in catullus' satiric epigrams.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1971, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Davis, John T.
 
54. Taoka, Yasuko. Philosophy and erotics in Seneca's Epistulae Morales.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2007, Ohio State University
 This study reconsiders the relationship between a Roman Stoic, his pleasure, and… (more)
Subjects: Literature, Classical
 
55. Tebben, Joseph Richard. A metrical and lexical study of the homeric hymns.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1971, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Lenardon, Robert J.
56. Thomas, Bridget M. Negotiable identities: the interpretation of color, gender, and ethnicity in Aeschylus' Suppliants.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1998, Ohio State University
 Scholarship on Aeschylus' Suppliants has typically focused on everything but the interpretation… (more)
 
57. Tzifopoulos, Ioannes Zacharias. Pausanias as a steloskopas: an epigraphical commentary of Pausanias' Eliakon A and B.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1991, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Tracy, S.V.
 
58. Vail, Amy Elva Kaiulani. The last of the Homeridai : Goethe's road to Hermann und Dorothea.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2001, Ohio State University
 Johann Wolfgang Friedrich von Goethe (1749-1832) studied Homeric epic for most his… (more)
 
59. Wenzel, Aaron Walter. Pots of Honey and Dead Philosophers: The Ideal of Athens in the Roman Empire.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 2009, Ohio State University
 Athens was the most important cultural center of Greek antiquity and there… (more)
Subjects: Ancient civilizations; Ancient languages; Classical studies
Keywords: Athens; late antiquity; cultural symbolism; Second Sophistic
 
60. Wilhelm, Michelle Pach. Pindar: A Literary Study of Pythians 4 and 5.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1973, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Shumaker, John W.
 
 
61. Winter, David Robert. Theocritus' Thalysia.
Degree: PhD, Greek and Latin, 1974, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Morford, Mark P.O.
 
62. Zarembski, Louis A. A comparison of content and historical method in the anonymous Liber de viris illustribus urbis Romae, Florus, and Velleius paterculus.
Degree: MA, Greek and Latin, 1935, Ohio State University
Advisors/Committee Members: Titchener, John B.
 University of Cincinnati: Classics
 
1. ABELL, NATALIE D. The Role of Malta in Prehistoric Mediterranean Exchange Networks.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 The Maltese archipelago, made up of five small islands, is located almost… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Neolithic and Bronze Age Malta; Mycenaean trade; Prehistoric central Mediterranean
 
2. AMORE, MARIA GRAZIA. SETTLEMENT AND BURIAL IN APOLLONIA AND ITS AREA (ALBANIA).
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2005, University of Cincinnati
 This study presents an analysis of data pertaining to the Archaic and… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Archaeology; Anthropology; Albania
 
3. Anderson, Peter John. ‘Fame Is The Spur’: Memoria, Gloria, and Poetry Among the Elite in Flavian Rome.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2003, University of Cincinnati
 In this dissertation I situate and analyze expressions of renown in nugatory… (more)
Subjects: Literature, Classical
Keywords: Pliny Minor; Martial; Statius; Gloria; Elite Culture
 
4. Arikan Erciyas, Deniz Burcu. STUDIES IN THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF HELLENISTIC PONTUS: THE SETTLEMENTS, MONUMENTS, AND COINAGE OF MITHRADATES VI AND HIS PREDECESSORS.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2001, University of Cincinnati
 This dissertation is the first comprehensive study of the central Black Sea… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: PONTUS; BLACK SEA; MITHRADATES VI; ARCHAEOLOGY; HELLENISTIC
 
5. ARMSTRONG, KRISTOPHER MARK. SETTLEMENT HIERARCHY AND THE LOCATION OF ALASHIYA ON CYPRUS.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2003, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis investigates the socio-political character of Late Bronze Age (LBA) Cyprus… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Bronze Age; Cyprus; settlement; Alashiya
 
6. ATWOOD, MARK ANDREW. TRAJAN'S COLUMN: THE CONSTRUCTION OF TRAJAN'S SEPULCHER IN URBE.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2006, University of Cincinnati
 Eutropius (8.5.2) and Dio (69.2.3) record that after Trajan’s death in A.D.… (more)
Subjects: History, Ancient
 
7. Barfoed, Signe. An Archaic Votive Deposit from Nemea - Ritual Behavior in a Sacred Landscape.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2009, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis presents material from an unpublished votive deposit discovered in a… (more)
Subjects: Archaeology
Keywords: Nemea; Archaic Classical Pottery; Corinthian Pottery; Miniature votive pottery; Ritual behavior; Rural spring shrine
 
8. Beasom, Patrick Timothy. Oculi Sunt in Amore Duces: the Use of Mental Image in Latin Love Poetry.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2009, University of Cincinnati
 Propertius tells us that the eyes are our guides in love. Both… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Latin poetry; love poetry; Catullus; Propertius; Ovid; mental image
 
9. BERKOWITZ, GARY CHARLES. NARRATIVE PROBLEMS IN APOLLONIUS' ARGONAUTICA.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2002, University of Cincinnati
 Apollonius' Argonautica is difficult to read and to understand. These difficulties have… (more)
Keywords: Apollonius; Apollonios; Argonautica; Argonatika; Erato
 
10. Beyer, Jennifer Marie. The Iconographic Program of the Architectural Terracotta Relief Plaques from Zone F at Acquarossa.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2003, University of Cincinnati
 The Archaic Etruscan site of Acquarossa, approximately 80 kilometers north of Rome,… (more)
Keywords: architectural terracottas; Etruria; Acquarossa; Archaic Italy
 
11. BRANNIN, ALDER M.W. Princess or Pawn: Creusa of Corinth in Classical Literature and Art.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 The story of Medea's actions at Corinth and her murder of Creusa,… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
 
12. Cloke, Christian F. Aqua Nabataea et Aqua Romana: Signs of Cultural Change in the Waterworks of Ancient Arabia.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 When Pompey conquered Syria-Palestine in 64–63 B.C., the Nabataeans remained outside Rome’s… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Nabataea; Nabataeans; Roman Arabia; Ancient Waterworks; Romanization
 
13. COTE, JASON M. THEODOSIUS AND THE GOTHS: THE LIMITS OF ROMAN POWER.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis examines the official policies pursued by the imperial government towards… (more)
Subjects: History, Ancient
Keywords: Theodosius I; Stilicho; Goths; Tervingi
 
14. Dibble, William Flint. The Archaeology of Food in Athens: The Development of an Athenian Urban Lifestyle.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2010, University of Cincinnati
 Athenian material culture is particularly well represented by ceramic vessels, the majority… (more)
Subjects: Archaeology
Keywords: Athens; Athenian Archaeology; Foodways; Ancient Food Practices; Ancient Urbanism; Urbanization
 
15. EFKLEIDOU, KALLIOPI. SLAVERY AND DEPENDENT PERSONNEL IN THE LINEAR B ARCHIVES OF MAINLAND GREECE.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 This work focuses on the relations of dominance as they are demonstrated… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: MYCENAEAN, AEGEAN, TABLETS, PYLOS, MYCENAE, TIRYNS, THEBES
 
16. EGAN, EMILY CATHERINE. The Stylistic Relationship Between Wall Painting and Vase Painting at the Palace at Knossos During the Neo- and Final Palatial Periods.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 There is an often purported, but little studied, relationship between Minoan wall… (more)
Subjects: Archaeology
Keywords: Crete, Knossos, Minoans, Vase Painting, Wall Painting
 
17. EMMERSON, ALLISON L. C. A RECONSIDERATION OF THE FUNERARY MONUMENTS OF ROMAN DACIA.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2007, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis aims to improve our understanding of cultural interaction in the… (more)
Keywords: Roman Dacia, Funerary Sculpture, Provincial Art, Romanization, Post Colonial Theory
 
18. Fitzsimons, Rodney Desmond. Monuments of Power and the Power of Monuments: The Evolution of Elite Architectural Styles at Bronze Age Mycenae.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2006, University of Cincinnati
 It has been widely recognized that for many cultures the prominent display… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Mycenae; Mycenaean Architecture; Mycenaean Palaces; Mycenaean State Formation; Mycenaean Tholos Tombs; Shaft Graves
 
19. FURUYA, YUKI. A STUDY OF BUILDING III AT THE NEOLITHIC ACROPOLIS OF HALAI, GREECE.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 Building III is a Middle Neolithic structure in the archaeological site of… (more)
Keywords: Neolithic; Architecture; Archaeology; Central Greece; Halai
 
20. Galsworthy, Carrie. Language and Intent in Empedocles' Cosmic Cycle.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2010, University of Cincinnati
 In this dissertation, I analyze how Empedocles uses language to present himself… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Empedocles; Presocratic Philosophy; Science; Magic; Cosmology; Religion
 
21. GLAUBIUS, JENNIFER. THE VENETIAN PERIOD IN VOSTIZZA, GREECE, 1685-1715: A GIS ANALYSIS.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2005, University of Cincinnati
 This study examines the state of Venetian administration in Vostizza. I use… (more)
Keywords: Venetian History; Greek History; GIS (Geographic Information Systems)
 
22. Gordon, Jody Michael. Felicitas Imperii: The Roman African Modes of Antonine Dynastic Commemoration in African Proconsularis (138-192 A.D.).
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis charts the ways in which the Antonine dynasty (138-192 A.D.)… (more)
Subjects: History, Ancient
Keywords: Rome; Antonine Emperors; Roman Africa; Africa Proconsularis; Dynastic Commemoration
 
23. GOROGIANNI, EUGENIA. MIDDLE HELLADIC PERIOD IN BOIOTIA: A STUDY OF SOCIAL ORGANIZATION.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2002, University of Cincinnati
 The present thesis is concerned the Middle Helladic period in Boiotia with… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: middle helladic perod in Boiotia; social organization; archaeology; systematic surface suvey; Eutresis
 
24. Gorogianni, Eugenia. Creation Stories: The Archaeological Site Of Ayia Irini, Kea, And The Production Of Archaeological Knowledge.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 Archaeological practice has a major impact on the production of archaeological knowledge,… (more)
Subjects: Archaeology; Classical studies
Keywords: Ayia Irini, archaeological practice, archaeological knowledge, Kea, Bronze Age, Greek archaeology, Cyclades
 
25. Harris, Sarah E. BURIALS AND PEER POLITY INTERACTION A CASE STUDY OF BURIALS AT METAPONTO AND TARAS.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2001, University of Cincinnati
 Scholars (e.g. Graham 1964, Boardman 1980) have often attempted to explain colony… (more)
Keywords: BURIALS; TARAS; METAPONTO
 
26. HASAKI, ELENI. CERAMIC KILNS IN ANCIENT GREECE: TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATION OF CERAMIC WORKSHOPS.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2002, University of Cincinnati
 The present study constitutes a literary, iconographical, technological, and typological analysis of… (more)
Subjects: Language, Ancient
Keywords: ceramic technology; kilns; pyrotechnology; geometric, archaic, classical; workshops, specialization
27. Hatch, Joel S. ELABORATE WISDOM: THE USE OF GNOMIC STATEMENTS IN PINDAR'S EPINIKIAN ODES.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2001, University of Cincinnati
 Studies in the conventional features of epinikian poetry have recognized the importance… (more)
Keywords: Gnomic Statements; Peindar
 
28. HATCH, JOEL SIMMONS. POETIC VOICES AND HELLENISTIC ANTECEDENTS IN THE ELEGIES OF PROPERTIUS.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2007, University of Cincinnati
 This dissertation, Poetic Voices and Hellenistic Antecedents in the Elegies of Propertius,… (more)
Keywords: Propertius; Roman elegy; Hellenistic poetry; poetic voices
 
29. Hernandez, David R. Excavations of the Roman Forum at Butrint (2004-2007): The Archaeology of a Hellenistic and Roman Port in Epirus.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2010, University of Cincinnati
 This study presents the results of a four-year archaeological fieldwork project undertaken… (more)
Subjects: Archaeology
Keywords: Butrint; Epirus; Forum; Albania; Asclepius; Pastoralism
 
30. HERNANDEZ, DAVID RAY. STUDIES IN ROMAN REPUBLICAN TOPOGRAPHY: THE SERVIAN WALL AND THE PORTA TRIUMPHALIS.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 The objective of this thesis is to determine the location of the… (more)
Subjects: History, Ancient
Keywords: Rome; Porta Triumphalis; Servian Wall; Roman Triumph; Circus Maximus; Codex Coburgensis; Topography of Rome; Triumphal Procession

 
31. Hooker, Mischa A. The Use of Sibyls and Sibylline Oracles in Early Christian Writers.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 References to the Sibyl and citations of oracles attributed to the Sibyl… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies; Religion; Religious history; Theology
Keywords: Sibyl; oracles; inspiration; prophecy; Clement of Alexandria; Lactantius; Augustine; Constantine
 
32. HRUBY, JULIE A. FEASTING AND CERAMICS: A VIEW FROM THE PALACE OF NESTOR AT PYLOS.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2006, University of Cincinnati
 A life-cycle or object biographical approach is used to approach an assemblage… (more)
Keywords: feasting; Pylos; Messenia
 
33. KIERNAN, PHILIP JAMES. IMPERIAL REPRESENTATION UNDER DIOCLETIAN AND THE TETRARCHY.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 The emperor Diocletian (A.D 284-305) established an entirely new system of governing… (more)
Subjects: Art History; History, Ancient
Keywords: Diocletian; Tetrarchy; monuments; imperial
 
34. Klabunde, Michael Robert. BOYS OR WOMEN? THE RHETORIC OF SEXUAL PREFERENCE IN ACHILLES TATIUS, PLUTARCH, AND PSEUDO-LUCIAN.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2001, University of Cincinnati
 Achilles Tatius' Greek novel Leucippe and Clitophon (2.35-38), Plutarch's Amatorius (749c-756a) and… (more)
Keywords: GREEK ROMAN HOMOSEXUALITY; MICHAEL FOUCAULT; ANCIENT SEXUALITY; GENDER STUDIES-ANCIENT; ANCIENT RHETORIC
 
35. KOLB, CHRISTINA L. MENESTHEUS VERSUS THE SONS OF THESEAUS: CHANGES IN ATHENIAN TROJAN WAR ICONOGRAPHY FROM THE SIXTH TO FIFTH CENTURIES B.C.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2007, University of Cincinnati
 The objective of this thesis is to reinterpret traditional views of the… (more)
Keywords: Athens; Trojan War; Homer; Epic literature; Iconography; Menestheus; Akamas; Demophon; Theseus; Hero
 
36. KRAMER, JEFFREY L. ANALYSIS AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE LATE HELLADIC I POTTERY IN THE NORTHEASTERN PELOPONNESE OF GREECE.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 The purpose of this study is both to propose a new classification… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
 
37. Lafe, Ols. The Earliest Urbanized Settlements in the Hinterland of Apollonia (Albania): 7th – Mid 5th Century B.C.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis examines the earliest inhabited settlements of the hinterland of the… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Apollonia; Albania; Protourban period; Myzeqe; Mallakastra; Karaburun
 
38. LESK, ALEXANDRA L. A DIACHRONIC EXAMINATION OF THE ERECHTHEION AND ITS RECEPTION.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2005, University of Cincinnati
 “A Diachronic Examination of the Erechtheion and Its Reception” examines the social… (more)
Keywords: Erechtheion; Athens; Akropolis; Acropolis; ancient architecture; ancient religion; byzantine; Frankish; Ottoman; Athena Polias
 
39. LESK BLOMERUS, ALEXANDRA L. THE ANATOMICAL VOTIVE TERRACOTTA PHENOMENON : HEALING SANCTUARIES IN THE ETRUSCO-LATIAL-CAMPANIAN REGION DURING THE FOURTH THROUGH FIRST CENTURIES B.C.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 1999, University of Cincinnati
 At some point in the fourth century B.C., anatomical votive terracottas began… (more)
Keywords: Healing cults; Asklepios; Corinth; anatomical votives; ancient religion; Republican Rome
 
40. LIMA, SARAH WHITNEY. FEASTING IN THE BRONZE AGE AND EARLY IRON AGE AEGEAN: VARIABILITY AND MEANING.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2007, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis compares and contrasts how feasting operated in communities during the… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Bronze Age; Iron Age; Euboea; Thebes; Pylos; Palace of Nestor; Nichoria; Lefkandi; Xeropolis; Toumba; Heröon; feasting; banqueting; dining; diacritical
 
41. MCNEARNEY, ELIZABETH HOPE. DOMITIAN: THE MAKING OF A TYRANT.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2006, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis explores how Suetonius, Pliny, and Tacitus make use of the… (more)
Subjects: History, Ancient
Keywords: Domitian; Tyranny; Tyrant; Suetonius; Pliny the Younger; Tacitus
 
42. MUNTEANU, DANA LACOURSE. ANCIENT SPECTATOR OF TRAGEDY FACETS OF EMOTION, PLEASURE, AND LEARNING.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 This dissertation explores responses of the ancient audiences to Greek tragedy in… (more)
Keywords: Greek Tragedy and Philosophy
 
43. MURPHY, JOANNE MARY A. CHANGING ROLES AND LOCATIONS OF RELIGIOUS PRACTICES IN SOUTH CENTRAL CRETE DURING THE PRE-PALATIAL AND PROTO-PALATIAL PERIODS.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2003, University of Cincinnati
 By combining anthropological approaches to religion with analysis of archaeological remains from… (more)
Keywords: Minoan Archaeology; religion; archaeological theory; Crete; pre-history
 
44. NEWHARD, JAMES MICHAEL LLOYD. ASPECTS OF LOCAL BRONZE AGE ECONOMIES: CHIPPED STONE ACQUISITION AND PRODUCTION STRATEGIES IN THE ARGOLID, GREECE.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2003, University of Cincinnati
 This study investigates the regional acquisition, production, and distribution patterns of chipped… (more)
Keywords: lithic analysis; archaeology; aegean prehistory; classics
 
45. OSLAND, DANIEL K. EARLY ROMAN CITIES OF LUSITANIA.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2005, University of Cincinnati
 The Roman province of Lusitania stretched across large portions of modern Portugal… (more)
Keywords: Roman Provinces; Lusitania; Hispania; Roman Archaeology; Roman Architecture
 
46. Popescu, Valentina. Lucian's Paradoxa: Fiction, Aesthetics, and Identity.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2009, University of Cincinnati
 This dissertation represents a novel approach to the Lucianic corpus and studies… (more)
Keywords: Lucian; καὶ; paideia; τὸ; Paradoxa
 
47. Reddoch, Michael J. Dream Narratives and Their Philosophical Orientation in Philo of Alexandria.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2010, University of Cincinnati
 In De somniis I-II, Philo provides an exegesis of various dreams in… (more)
Subjects: Judaic studies
Keywords: Philo; dreams; Posidonius; divination; Jacob; Joseph
  
48. Ricciardi, Ryan A. Where Did All the Women Go: The Archaeology of the Soldier Empresses.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 In the long history of the Roman Empire, there is no other… (more)
Subjects: Archaeology; Art History; Classical studies
Keywords: Roman women; Imperial art; Roman Empire
 
49. RICCIARDI, RYAN ANN. A RECONSIDERATION OF THE ICONOGRAPHY OF THE TRIUMPHAL RELIEFS OF SHAPUR I.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2003, University of Cincinnati
 The second Sasanian king, Shapur I, 240/2-272 CE, erected a series of… (more)
Keywords: Roman Imperial East; Sasanian Empire; rock cut reliefs; Shapur I
 
50. Ryan, John Joseph. Geography and the Construction of Character in Sallust’s Jugurtha.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2009, University of Cincinnati
 Consistent with Sallust’s philosophy of history, the Jugurtha is an account of… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Sallust; Roman geography; Roman ethnography; Roman historiography; Character; Roman history; Roman historians; Roman ethics; virtus
 
51. Shaw, Frank Edward. The Earliest Non-mystical Jewish Use of Iαω.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2002, University of Cincinnati
 The publication of a fragmentary Septuagint (LXX) manuscript from the Judean desert,… (more)
Keywords: Ancient Judaism; divine name; Tetragrammaton; Septuagint; αω
 
52. SOWERS, BRIAN P. Eudocia: The Making of a Homeric Christian.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 With over 3,400 lines of poetry and no single monograph dedicated to… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Eudocia; Centos, Cyprian; Magic; Byzantine; Late Antiquity; Homeric reception; Intertextuality; martyrology; gender studies; early Christianity
 
53. Sterrett-Krause, Allison Elizabeth. Evidence for Glass Production From the Yasmina Necropolis of Carthage.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2006, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis seeks to discover whether the glass assemblage excavated from the… (more)
Keywords: Roman glass; Carthage; Yasmina Necropolis; Archaeology; Glass Manufacture
 
54. Stocker, Sharon R. Illyrian Apollonia: Toward a New Ktisis and Developmental History of the Colony.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2009, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis examines the history and archaeology of the Greek colony at… (more)
Subjects: Ancient civilizations; Archaeology; Classical studies; History
Keywords: Greek colonization; Albania; Illyria; Apollonia; Mallakastra Regional Archaeological Project; survey archaeology
 
55. Stone, Peter J. Ritual Dining, Drinking, and Dedication at Stymphalos: A Case Study in the Influence of “Popular” Culture on Religion.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2007, University of Cincinnati
 This study examines ritual dining, drinking and dedication at 2nd century B.C.… (more)
Keywords: Greek sanctuaries; Ritual dining; Communal dining; Religion and society; Hellenistic ceramics; Stymphalos
 
56. SWINFORD, KATHERINE M. THE SEMI-FIXED NATURE OF GREEK DOMESTIC RELIGION.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2006, University of Cincinnati
 The present thesis is concerned with household religion practiced during the Classical… (more)
Keywords: ancient Greece; domestic ritual; domestic religion; household ritual; household religion; hearth; altar; Olynthus; Athens; Halieis
 
57. TenWolde, Christopher Andrew. State Formation in the Cretan Bronze Age.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 The topic of Cretan state formation has attracted some attention over the… (more)
Subjects: Ancient civilizations; Archaeology; Classical studies; Cultural anthropology
Keywords: Crete; Early Bronze Age; Early Minoan; State Formation; Historiography; Site Analysis; Aegean Archaeology; Aegean Prehistory; Minoan Archaeology
 
58. Thorn, Jed M. The Italic Patronage of Early Apulian Red-Figure.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2010, University of Cincinnati
 This dissertation investigates the relationship between Early Apulian red-figure pottery workshops and… (more)
Subjects: Art History
Keywords: Apulian; red-figure; South Italy; Ruvo; Apulia; Magna Graecia
 
59. Trego, Kristine M. Life on Board: A Comparative Study of the Shipboard Items from Four Classical to Early Hellenistic Merchantmen.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 Over the past fifty years, Nautical Archaeology has been shedding light on… (more)
Subjects: History, Ancient
 
60. Trego, Kristine M. Plutarch's Story of Agesilaos; A Narratological Commentary.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2009, University of Cincinnati
 This analysis will look at the narration and structure of Plutarch's Agesilaos.… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Plutarch; Agesilaos; Agesilaus; Narratology
 
61. TZONOU-HERBST, IOULIA NIKOLAOU. A CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS OF MYCENAEAN TERRACOTTA FIGURINES.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2002, University of Cincinnati
 This study examines the archaeological find-contexts of 4593 Mycenaean terracotta figurines to… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Archaeology; Greece; Bronze Age Aegean; Mycenae; Late Helladic Civilization
 
62. WILLIAMS, ERIN L. ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN ELIS. A DIACHRONIC STUDY OF THE ALPHEIOS RIVER VALLEY WITH A CATALOGUE OF MATERIAL FROM JEROME SPERLING'S 1939 SURVEY.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2004, University of Cincinnati
 In 1939, Jerome Sperling conducted an extensive, non-systematic archaeological survey of the… (more)
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology
Keywords: Alpheios river valley; Classics Study Collection; Elis
 
63. WISE, SUSAN J. CHILDBIRTH VOTIVES AND RITUALS IN ANCIENT GREECE.
Degree: PhD, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2007, University of Cincinnati
 This dissertation provides the first comprehensive account of private worship associated with… (more)
Keywords: childbirth; infants; religion; ancient Greece; antiquity; Greek; worship; ritual; votive
 
64. ZECH, SILVANA. Coniuratio sese impia tenet (XXXIX,16,3) - Zur Darstellung von Verschwörungen bei Livius.
Degree: MA, Arts and Sciences : Classics, 2008, University of Cincinnati
 This thesis explores how Livy presents conspiracies and what it can teach… (more)
Subjects: Classical studies
Keywords: Livy; Livius; conspiracies; coniuratio; historiography; narratology

 

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