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    Nam unguentum dabo: Catullus 13 and Servius' note on Phaon (Aeneid 3.279)1.Ross S. Kilpatrick - 1998 - Classical Quarterly 48 (01):303-.
    Catullus' cunning dinner invitation to Fabullus continues to generate a rich variety of interpretations of its memorable central image, the promised gift of a certain unguentum Veneris . Three Latomus articles, by Littman, Hallett, and Case, have explored possible origins of and uses for that mysterious substance, suggesting, for example, that it might even contain female secretions with powerful aphrodisiac properties, or some other unmentionable sexual lubricant.
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    An Interpretation Of Horace, Epodes 13.Ross S. Kilpatrick - 1970 - Classical Quarterly 20 (01):135-.
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    An Interpretation Of Horace, Epodes 13.Ross S. Kilpatrick - 1970 - Classical Quarterly 20 (1):135-141.
    The Thirteenth Epode is an intriguing poem. Like Carm. i. 7 it concludes dramatically with a highly condensed episode from epic tradition, in this case drawn from the early life of Achilles; but, unlike the Ode to Plancus, Epodes 13 does not reveal even the name of the addressee. And whether in spite of or because of this, the poem has been highly praised for its purely lyrical qualities. The now famous critique of E. Fraenkel, for example, represents the view (...)
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    Nam unguentum dabo: Catullus 13 and Servius’ note on Phaon.Ross S. Kilpatrick - 1998 - Classical Quarterly 48 (1):303-305.
    Catullus' cunning dinner invitation to Fabullus continues to generate a rich variety of interpretations of its memorable central image, the promised gift of a certain unguentum Veneris. Three Latomus articles, by Littman, Hallett, and Case, have explored possible origins of and uses for that mysterious substance, suggesting, for example, that it might even contain female secretions with powerful aphrodisiac properties, or some other unmentionable sexual lubricant.
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  5. When A God Contrives. Genoito mentan pan theou tekhnomenou (Ajax 86). Divine Providence in Alcestis and Ajax.Ross S' Kilpatrick - 1986 - Dionysius 10:3-20.
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