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Discentes Vol. 2 No. 1 (December, 2013) was published in the Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania.

Publication Date

12-2013

City

Philadelphia

Disciplines

Ancient History, Greek and Roman through Late Antiquity | Classical Archaeology and Art History | Classical Literature and Philology

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Contents

From the editor p. 5

News p. 7

Recent graduates reflect on how classics has impacted their post-graduate experiences p. 10

Kaitlyn Levesque, "The Tomb of Philip II(I Arrhidaeus): The Identity of a King" p. 14

Carly Sokach, "The Athenian Empire and Control of the Saronic Gulf: Expansion Courtesy of the Gods" p. 27

Nathan Weinbren, "Gender and the Reaction to Grief in Euripides’ Hecuba and the Homeric Hymn to Demeter" p. 38

Allyson Zucker, "First Impressions in Seneca’s De Consolatione ad Helviam and Medea" p. 46

C. Brian Rose (faculty interview) p. 51

Thomas Motter (post-baccalaureate student interview) p. 61

Kaitlyn Levesque, "Men, There Are Greeks Inside: The Homerification of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” p. 63

Kevin Ennis, on a white marble head at the Penn Museum (rear cover image)