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3c. The Writing of Attic Prose. Associate Professor Flagg. This course is open to all students of Greek without examination;

but in order to be promoted to Course 3D the candidate must evince by his written performances a tolerably sure mastery of

the ordinary forms and fundamental principles of the language. 1 hr., first half-year. S, 8.

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3D. The Writing of Attic Prose. Associate Professor FLAGG.

A continuation of Course 3c. 1 hr., second half-year. S, 8. Prerequisite: First or second grade

of scholarship in Course 3c.

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ADVANCED COURSES.

42. The Writing of Attic Prose. (G.E.) Associate Professor Flagg. 1 hr., first half-year. S, 9. Prerequisite: First or second grade

of scholarship in 3D. 63. The Writing of Attic Prose. (G.E.) Associate Professor Flagg.

Translation from Latin into Greek. 1 hr., second half-year. S, 9. Prerequisite: First or second

grade of scholarship in 4A. 21. Sophocles: The Oedipus Tyrannus and the Antigone. (G.E.)

Professor CLAPP. 2 hrs., first half-year. Tu Th, 9.

22c. Aeschylus : The Oresteia. (G.E.) Assistant Professor ALLEN. Criticism and interpretation, with lectures on the dramaturgy,

style and influence of Aeschylus. 2 hrs., throughout the year. MW, 11. Open to Seniors. 24. The Seventh Book of Thucydides. (G.E.) Professor CLAPP. Historical and topographical study of the siege of Syracuse, with

some attention to the peculiarities of the style and language of

Thucydides. 2 hrs., second half-year. Tu Th, 9.

30. Theocritus, Bion, and Moschus. (G.E.) Dr. PRESCOTT. Reading of the bucolic idylls and the mimes of Theocritus, with

comparative study of the idylls of Bion and Moschus, and of the mimes of Herondas. Lectures on the beginnings and the

development of Greek bucolic poetry. 2 hrs., second half-year. Tu Th, 11.

36. Euripides: The Medea, the Iphigenia among the Taurians, and the Bacchae. (G.E.)

Associate Professor FLAGG. 2 hrs., first half-year. Tu Th, 10. Special prerequisite: Course 6B.

370. Aristophanes: The Clouds and the Birds. (G.E.)

Associate Professor FLAGG. 2 hrs., second half-year. Tu Th, 10. Special prerequisite: First

or second grade of scholarship in Course 4a.

40. Late Greek Epics. (G.E.)

Assistant Professor ALLEN. Selected passages of the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius, care

fully compared for language and style with the Homeric poems, also with the Aeneid of Virgil; lectures on the Greek language and literature in the ège of Apollonius; selections also from the

epics of Quintus Smyrnaeus, Nonnus and Musaeus. 2 hrs., second half-year. M W, 2.

Biblical Greek. [See Semitic 20.] Associate Professor MARGOLIS.

Plato and Aristotle.

[See Philosophy 16.]

Associate Professor BAKEWELL.

GREEK HISTORY AND INSCRIPTIONS.

The following courses in Greek History and Inscriptions, given under the supervision of the Department of History are of special importance to students of Greek. For details, prerequisites, etc., see under History.

The History of Antiquity. [See History 532.]

Assistant Professor FERGUSON.

Greek Institutions. [See History 61.]

Assistant Professor FERGUSON.

Greek Epigraphy. [See History 82.]

Assistant Profe

FERGUSON.

Seminary in Ancient History. [See History 107.]

Assistant Professor FERGUSON.

COURSES FOR GRADUATES.

The following courses are intended for graduate students only, and one or more of them will be given each year, according to the needs of students. Many graduate students will find it profitable to take also some of the advanced courses for undergraduates.

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52. The Odes of Pindar.

Professor CLAPP. In this course it is expected that each student, so far as possible,

will thoroughly read and master the extant odes of the poet; will make himself familiar with their metrical structure and peculiarities, and will gain an acquaintance, at first hand, with the chief questions, textual, historical, and literary, which are involved in the study. Special investigation of important topics will be carried on by the students individually, leading to the

preparation of original papers. 4 hrs., throughout the year. Tu F, 4-6.

*51. The Republic of Plato.

Professor CLAPP. Textual criticism and interpretation, but with some consideration

of the philosophy of Plato. 4 hrs., throughout the year.

* To be given in 1904-05.

LATIN.

WILLIAM A. MERRILL, Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor of the Latin Language

and Literature.
MARTIN KELLOGG, LL.D., Professor of Latin, Emeritus.
LEON J. RICHARDSON, A.B., Assistant Professor of Latin.
CLIFTON PRICE, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Latin.
HERBERT C. NUTTING, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin.
HENRY W. PRESCOTT, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin.
John W. BASORE, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin.
CHARLES J. O'CONNOR, A.B., Instructor in Latin.

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Courses 3 to 11, inclusive, may be counted for the prescribed or free elective work in the Colleges of General Culture, and as a free elective in other colleges, subject to their regulations. Four courses, and no more, may be selected from Courses 5 to 11; and they may not be taken in conjunction with, or subsequent to, Courses 12 to 72.

Teachers' Certificates. The requirements for recommendation by the department are (a) 12 units of advanced work in Latin; (b) Course 4; (c) a reading knowledge of both German and French; (d) an acquaintance with Roman political history; (e) the distribution of the 12 units of advanced work in such a way as to show acquaintance with Ante-Classical and Imperial Latin, and with poetry as well as prose.

PRELIMINARY COURSES.

A. Virgil's Aeneid : Cicero's Orations.

Mr. O'CONNOR. 3 hrs., throughout the year. Tu Th S, 8. Prerequisite: Matric

ulation subject 7a. Six books of the Aeneid will be read, and the Oration for Milo, and the Fourteenth Philippic. May be counted for prescribed or free elective work, in all colleges, subject to their regulations, by students who have matriculation credit for only three years Latin.

B. Latin Composition.

Dr. BASORE and Mr. O'CONNOR. 1 hr,, throughout the year; } unit each half-year. Two sections.

S, 10. Prerequisite: Matriculation subject 66. May be counted for prescribed or free elective work, in all colleges, subject to their regulations. It is identical with matriculation subject 7c' or 7c2, but not of both.

1. Cicero and Pliny.

Assistant Professor PRICE, Dr. BASORE, and Mr. O'CONNOR. The Cato Maior of Cicero and the Letters of Pliny. Systematic

study of syntax and synonyms. Practice in reading aloud and in translation at hearing, and in pronunciation, phrasing and

emphasis. 3 hrs., either half-year. First half-year, seven sections. MW F,

8, 9, 10, 2, 3; Tu Th 5, 8, 9. Second half-year, one section.

MWF, 10. Prerequisite: Subject 7b of the admission requirements, or Course

A. Prescribed in the College of Letters. May be counted for prescribed or free elective work in the Colleges of Social and Natural Sciences, and as a free elective in other colleges, subject to their regulations.

1B. Sight Translation.

Assistant Professor RICHARDSON. Practice in reading at sight from easy authors, with incidental

interpretation. 1 hr., throughout the year; unit each half-year. Tu, 2. Pre

requisite: Contemporary registration in Course 1 or 2. This course may be counted for prescribed or free elective work at the option of the student.

2. Livy and Plautus.
Assistant Professor PRICE, Dr. NUTTING, Dr. PRESCOTT,

Dr. BASORE, and Mr. O'CONNOR. Sele ons rom Livy, and rapid reading of one play of Plautus. 3 hrs., either half-year. First half-year, one section. MWF, 10.

Second half-year, six sections. MW F, 8, 9, 10, 2; Tu Th S, 8, 9. Prerequisite: Course 1. Prescribed in the College of Letters; may be counted for prescribed or free elective work in the Colleges of Social and Natural Sciences, and as a free elective in other colleges, subject to their regulations.

3. Latin Composition, I.

Dr. NUTTING and Mr. Exercises in writing Latin prose nrrrative.

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