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Characterization in Tacitus. By J. F. Ferguson...
The Captivi in Latin at Hamilton College. By C. K. Chase.
American Politics and the Teaching of Cicero. By B. L. Ullman..
Will Latin Follow Greek out of the High School? By J. P. Behm.....
A Theory Concerning the Origin and the Affiliations of the Cult of Vesta.
Why Should the Classics be Studied and How? By J. W. Kern..
Archaeology in Rome since 1908. By J. R. Crawford
A Working Library for the Student of the Classics. By R. W. Husband.
Latin Composition in Jesuit High Schools.
By J. A. Cahill...
By F. H. Lee
Crete and Cretan Archaeology. By T. L. Shear
Etymological Tendencies of the Romans.
High School Texts in Latin. By Max Radin.....
Research Planned to Determine the Most Effective Factors Involved in the Teaching of An-
cient Languages. By A. D. Yocum....
The Ages of Man: A Study Suggested by Horace, Ars Poetica, Lines 153-178. By Cornelia
Some Greek and Latin Etymologies. By E. H. Sturtevant
Notes on Horace. By E. H. Sturtevant....
The Narrow 'Vocational' Teaching of the Classics. By D. P. Lockwood..
An Experiment with the Direct Method in Greek. By F. E.Robbins.
Some Tense-Sequences in Caesar, De Bello Gallico. By R. G. Kent."
The Abuse of Fire. By W. B. McDaniel..
Panias as a Historian. By H. L. Ebeling..
in the Seventh and Eighth Grades in California. By H. C. Nutting..
w Humanities for Old. By F. E. Schelling......
Ways in which the Latin Reading of the High School may be brought into Vital Relation
with the Life of To-day. By F. A. Dakin.....
with the Life of To-day. By J. W. Scudder, 202-204; G. D. Kellogg, 204-205; Susan B.
Franklin, 205-206; C. L. Durham, 206; C. S. Estes
Horace's Sabine Farm. By Elizabeth H. Haight.
The Direct Method. By J. F. K. Schmidt...
The Golden House of Nero. By J. G. Winter....
Another Experiment with the Direct Method in Greek. By Jane G. Carter..
The Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of Liberal Studies. By Jessie E. Allen..
The Adelphoe in Latin at Smith College. By Julia H. Caverno....
The High School Greek Teacher: His Obligation and his Opportunity. By F. S. Bunnell......... 209-212
Roman Comedy. By W. A. Oldfather.....
Sir William Osler at Yale University (Science), 8; Review of Robert Munro's Palaeolithic Man and
Terramara Settlements in Europe (Science), 14; Greece Revisited (The Nation), 15-16; Pro-
fessor Kimball on The Good Engineering Teacher (Science), 24; The Direct Method (Boston
Weekly Transcript), 55; The Classics Abroad (Harvard Alumni Bulletin), 55-56; Excavations at
Uriconium in Britain (New York Tribune), 80; Latin in French Schools (London Times), 88;
S. S. McClure on Obligatory Greek in the College Curriculum (McClure's Magazine), 111-112;
Value of the Classics (Grinnell Review), 120; Mr. Emory J. Haynes on the Classics (Evening
Mail, New York), 128; T. K. Whipple on The Classics (The Nation), 200; President Hollis on
Latin (Boston Sunday Herald), 216.
'The Table of Contents and the Index are the work of Mr. William Stuart Messer, Barnard College,
By Charles Knapp:
The Classical Association of the Atlantic States and The Classical Weekly, 1-2; Professor Judd on
the Meaning of Secondary Education, 9-10, 17-18; Doctor Alexander on Youth and the Classics,
33-35; Bell's Latin Picture Cards: Speculum Imperi Romani, 41-42; Miss Sabin's Exhibit: What's
the Use of Latin?, 49-50; Doctor Hale on National Academies and the Progress of Research, 57-
58; President Butler on the Classics: On Translations of the Classics, 65; The Study of Latin Gram-
mar in Elementary Work, 73-74; Wandtafeln, Wandbilder und Modelle (Gall and Rebhann), 81-
82; Dr. Radin on High School Texts in Latin, 97-98; Superintendent Young's Series of Perception
Cards, 105; The Epitome Thesauri Latini, 113-114; Passow's Wörterbuch der Griechischen Sprache,
121; A New Classical Association in Philadelphia, 137-138; On Discourses Concerning the Teach-
ing of the Classics, 145-146; Eighth Annual Meeting of The Classical Association of the Atlantic
States, 153-154; Professor Nutting, Reflections of a Non-Combatant, 169-170; Professor Corwin on
Latin for Admission to Yale College, 177-179, 185-186; On the Ignorance of Some Critics of the
Classics, 193; Light on Industrial Training, 217.
By W. B. McDaniel:
Miss Sabin's Exhibit as developed at Philadelphia, 89.
By B. L. Ullman:
Madame Montessori and Quintilian, 161-162.
By H. H. Yeames:
The Eighth Annual Meeting of The Classical Association of the Atlantic States, 201-202.
Post, Edwin: Selected Epigrams of Martial (McDaniel), 5-7; Way, Arthur S.: Euripides with an Eng-
lish Translation (Van Hook), 12-13; Evans, Alvin E.: Roman Law Studies in Livy (Radin), 22-
23; Butler, H. E.: Post-Augustan Poetry from Seneca to Juvenal (Rolfe), 30-31; Trimble, Helen
Bell: Juvenal and the Roman Emperors (Ferguson), 31-32; Craig, Virginia Judith: Martial's Wit
and Humor (Nixon), 32; Cooper, Lane: Aristotle on the Art of Poetry (Wheeler), 40; Webster,
Hutton: Ancient History: Readings in Ancient History (Ferguson), 46-47; Friedländer, Ludwig:
Roman Life and Manners under the Empire (Rolfe), 47; Tod, Marcus Niebuhr: International Ar-
bitration amongst the Greeks (Westermann), 64; Bennett, Florence Mary: Religious Cults As-
sociated with the Amazons (Heidel), 78-79; Humphreys, Milton W.: Demosthenes on the Crown
(Smith), 79; Harrison, Jane Ellen: A Study of the Social Origins of Greek Religion (Hewitt),
86-88; Ferguson, William Scott: Greek Imperialism (Johnson), 102-103; Hirt, Hermann: Hand-
buch der griechischen Laut- und Formenlehre: Brugmann, Karl: Griechische Grammatik (Sturte-
vant), 103-104; Glass, Meta: The Fusion of Stylistic Elements in Vergil's Georgics (Mustard),
104; Scott, Harry F. and Van Tuyl, Charles H.: A Cicero Composition Book (Tibbetts), 110-
III; Murray, Gilbert: Four Stages of Greek Religion (Heidel), 118-120; Ball, Allan P.: Selected
Essays of Seneca: Summers, W. C.: Select Letters of Seneca: Waltz, R.: Vie de Sénèque: Pichon,
R.: Un Philosophe Ministre: Clark, John and Geikie, Archibald: Seneca. Physical Science (Gum-
mere), 125-128; Sonnenschein, Edward A.: The Unity of the Latin Subjunctive (Bennett), 132-
134; Cornford, Francis M.: From Religion to Philosophy (Hewitt), 134-136; Butler, H. E.: Pro-
pertius with an English Translation: Phillimore, J. S.: Propertius Translated (Ullman), 142-
143; Taylor, Lily Ross: The Cults of Ostia (Barret), 143-144; Kleist, James A.: Aids to Latin
Prose Composition: Hints on Latin Style (Messer), 150-151; McCartney, Eugene Stock: Figurative
Uses of Animal Names in Latin and their Application to Military Devices (Van Hook), 151;
Plessis, Frédéric: Virgile: Les Bucoliques (Mustard), 151; Hicks, R. D.: Stoic and Epicurean
(Hadzsits), 157-159; Smith, Charles Forster: Thucydides, Book VI (Bolling), 159-160; Duff, J.
Wight: A Literary History of Rome (McCartney), 164-168; Seaton, R. C.: Apollonius Rhodius,
the Argonautica: Mooney, George W.: The Argonautica of Apollonius (Robinson), 172-176; Leo,
Friedrich Geschichte der Römischen Literatur (Ingersoll), 189-190; Swindler, Mary Hamilton:
Cretan Elements in the Cults and Ritual of Apollo (Barret), 190-191; Smith, Barry C.: Elements
of Latin (Lee), 191-192; Niedermann, Max: 'Historische Lautlehre des Lateinischen: Ernout, Al-
fred: Historische Formenlehre des Lateinischen (199-200); Stewart, Manson A.: A Study in Latin
Abstract Substantives (Kent), 206-208; Brown, Calvin L.: Latin Songs (Cleasby), 208; Smith,
Kirby F.: The Elegies of Albius Tibullus (Ullman), 212-214; Durham, Donald B.: The Vocabu-
lary of Menander in its Relation to the Koh (Sturtevant), 214-215; Weller, Charles H.: Athens
and its Monuments (Bates), 222-223; A Selection of Latin Verse (Knapp), 224.