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vol. 70, 1995:

Barry BALDWIN, The composition of Pliny's Natural History, pp.   72-81

R.J.  CLARK, Solamenque mali. The hemistich at Vergil, Aeneid 3.661, pp.  68-71

T. EIDE, Aristotelian topos& Greek geometry, pp. 5-21

N.G.L. HAMMOND, Philip's innovations in Macedonian economy, pp. 22-29

T. HAUKEN, Reflections on new reading in the Skaptopara inscription (IGBulg IV, 2236), pp.  82-94

E. KARLSEN, The Florencia legend: a critical edition of two 13th-century Latin versions, pp. 167-211

Egil KRAGGERUD, The sixth Roman ode of Horace: its date & function, pp. 54-67

O. NORDERVAL, Kaiser Konstantins Edikt gegen die H´┐Żretiker und Schismatiker (Vita Constantini III, 64-65), pp. 95-115

R. Holton PIERCE, A sale of an Alodian slave girl. A reexamination of Papyrus Strassburg Inv. 1404, pp. 148-166

Ph. ROUSSEAU, "Learned women" & the development of a Christian culture in late antiquity, pp. 116-147

S. SANDE. An old hag & her sisters, pp. 30-53

K. SKOVGAARD-PETERSEN, Tacitus & Tacitism in Johannes Meursius' Historia Danica (1630-38), pp. 212-240