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  1. M. Broggiato, W. Bruce, M. B. Charles, M. R. Cosgrove, A. Cucchiarelli, I. C. Cunningham, F. K. Drogula, M. M. Erginel, A. Faulkner & S. Francis (2011). Bobo de la Peña, M., Monochord And. Classical Quarterly 61:769-772.
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  2. I. C. Cunningham (2011). Not a New Fragment of Ephorus. Classical Quarterly 61 (01):312-314.
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  3. Elizabeth Bobrick, Theophrastus, Herodas, Cercidas, J. Rusten, I. C. Cunningham & A. D. Knox (1995). Characters Mimes. Journal of Hellenic Studies 115:208.
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  4. I. C. Cunningham (1986). Lloyd W. Daly: John Philoponus: De Vocabulis Quae Diversum Signification Exhibent Secundum Differentiam Accentus. (American Philosophical Society, Memoirs.) Pp. Xxx + 250. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1983. $20. [REVIEW] The Classical Review 36 (01):150-.
  5. I. C. Cunningham (1985). Giuseppe Mastromarco: The Public of Herondas. (London Studies in Classical Philology, 11.) Pp. Xiii + 122. Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben, 1984. Fl. 60. [REVIEW] The Classical Review 35 (02):384-.
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  6. I. C. Cunningham & D. Harlfinger (1985). Specimina Sinaitica: die datierten griechischen Handschriften des Katharinen-Klosters auf dem Berge Sinai 9. bis 12. Jahrhundert. [REVIEW] Journal of Hellenic Studies 105:248.
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  7. I. C. Cunningham & A. Turyn (1983). Dated Greek Manuscripts of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries in the Libraries of Great Britain. Journal of Hellenic Studies 103:230.
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  8. I. C. Cunningham & G. Mastromarco (1981). Il Pubblico di Eronda. Journal of Hellenic Studies 101:161.
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  9. I. C. Cunningham & S. L. Taran (1981). The Art of Variation in the Hellenistic Epigram. Journal of Hellenic Studies 101:173.
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  10. I. C. Cunningham & H. White (1981). Studies in Theocritus and Other Hellenistic Poets. Journal of Hellenic Studies 101:173.
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  11. Frederick Williams, Herodas & I. C. Cunningham (1972). Mimiambi. Journal of Hellenic Studies 92:201.
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  12. I. C. Cunningham (1971). Herodas Volkmar Schmidt: Sprachliche Untersuchungen zu Herondas. Pp. xiv+141. Berlin: De Gruyter, 1968. Cloth, DM.42. The Classical Review 21 (01):22-24.
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  13. I. C. Cunningham (1966). Aeschylus, Agamemnon 984-6. Journal of Hellenic Studies 86:166.
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  14. I. C. Cunningham (1966). Herodas 4. Classical Quarterly 16 (01):113-.
    The fourth of Herodas is entitled in the papyrus —a title which very well describes the beginning and end of the poem, but disregards the middle, the most important part. The poem divides naturally into sections as follows: 1–20a; 20b–38, 39–563, 56b–78; 79–95. In we hear one of the women of the title carrying out the offering to the god. This section has been examined in detail by R. Wünsch, ‘Ein Dankopfer an Asklepios’, Arch. Rel. Wiss. vii , 95 ff., (...)
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  15. I. C. Cunningham (1965). Herodas 1. 26 Ff. The Classical Review 15 (01):7-9.
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  16. I. C. Cunningham (1964). Herodas 6 and 7. Classical Quarterly 14 (01):32-.
    In the sixth mime of Herodas is described a visit by a woman called Metro to her friend Coritto. After an introduction largely taken up with abuse of Coritto's slave, Metro comes to the point: she asks, . Coritto is furious that knowledge of this precious possession has spread so far, and without answering the question asks where Coritto saw it: the reply is, . Coritto laments the faithlessness of those she thought her friends, but is consoled by Metro, who (...)
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