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    On Achilles Tatius 6.6.3.James N. O'Sullivan - 1977 - Classical Quarterly 27 (01):238-.
    There are three things to be noticed with regard to κoυoευ Λευκíφφη άυoιλoμέυωυ τωυ the hiatus; the fact that in every other place where Achilles Tatius uses άκoω with the genitive of the source of the sound and an appended participle the participle always belongs to a verb of speaking used literally ; ςιαλεγoμέυωυ 2.26.1.15; φoτυιωμέυης 6.15.4.28; φoκπρωoμέυoυ 7.11.1.6) or metaphorically ; 2.23.6.11–12 τòυ ψóφoυ άκoσας άυoιγoμέυωυ τωυ υυρωυ.
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    AP" Ix 272 (Bianor) and the Meaning of "Phtháno.James N. O'Sullivan - 1979 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 99:165.
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    AP Ix 272 and the Meaning of Fqanw.James N. O'Sullivan - 1979 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 99:165-165.
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    Notes on Xenophon of Ephesus Book V.James N. O'Sullivan - 1980 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 100:201-204.
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    On Herodotus 7.183: Three Sound Ships For Salamis.James N. O'Sullivan - 1977 - Classical Quarterly 27 (01):92-.
    Of the ten ships of the barbarians three the reef that is between Sciathus and Magnesia and is called the Ant. When the barbarians had brought to the reef and set up there a pillar of stone, they themselves set out from Therma, as the way ahead had now been made clear for them, and sailed on with all their ships, having let eleven days pass since the king's departure from Therma. The reef, which was right in their course, had (...)
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    On Heliodorus Aethiopica 7.12.6.James N. O'Sullivan - 1977 - Classical Quarterly 27 (01):239-.
    Mr. Reeve has shown beyond question that the vulgate is corrupt: ‘ marks exaggerations, is not an exaggeration , and there is therefore something wrong with the text.’.
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