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    Aeschylus, Agamemnon 1327 FF.Grace H. Macurdy - 1938 - The Classical Review 52 (01):4-5.
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    Aleuas and Alea.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1919 - Classical Quarterly 13 (3-4):170-.
    The significance of the name of the goddess worshipped at Mantinea and at Tegea, Athena Alea, is correctly interpreted by M. Fougères in B.C.H. 16 , p. 573. “ Aléa Athèna,” he says, “signifie la deésse A1éa, qui ressemble à Athèna. Par cette addition on a voulu marquer les rapports entre la deésse Protectrice d'Arcadie et la deésse tutelaire d'Athènes.” He calls attention to the fact that in the language of Homer and Hesiod the Greek word άλέα denotes ‘la protection (...)
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    Correspondence.Grace H. Macurdy - 1927 - The Classical Review 41 (04):157-158.
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    Hektor in Boeotia.Grace H. Macurdy - 1926 - Classical Quarterly 20 (3-4):179-.
    ‘The Thebans have also a grave of Hektor, son of Priam, beside a spring which is called the Spring of Oedipus, and they say that they brought his bones from Ilium in consequence of the following oracle: “Thebans who dwell in the city of Cadmus, If you wish your clan to dwell with noble wealth, Bring to your homes the bones of Hektor, son of Priam, From Asia and by the command of Zeus worship him as a hero.”’.
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    Klodones, Mimallones and Dionysus Pseudanor.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1913 - The Classical Review 27 (06):191-192.
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    Rainbow, Sky, and Stars in the Iliad and the Odyssey: A Chorizontic Argument.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1914 - Classical Quarterly 8 (03):212-.
    The opinion has been expressed frequently of late, notably by Professor Mackail and Miss Stawell, that the Odyssey may well be the work of the advanced years of the Homer of the Iliad. Miss Stawell remarks that one of an alert mind must feel that the Odyssey is the poem of an older man—one who has conceived and written a poem before. She suggests that that poem may have been the Iliad. So Professor Mackail argues that a “different mind may (...)
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    The Andromache_ and the _Trachinians.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1911 - The Classical Review 25 (04):97-101.
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    The Connection of Paean with Paeonia.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1912 - The Classical Review 26 (08):249-251.
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    The Fifth Book of Thucydides and Three Plays of Euripides.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1910 - The Classical Review 24 (07):205-207.
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    The Hyperboreans.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1916 - The Classical Review 30 (07):180-183.
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    The Hyperboreans Again, Abaris, and Helixoia.Grace H. Macurdy - 1920 - The Classical Review 34 (7-8):137-141.
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    The Heraclidae of Euripides.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1907 - Classical Quarterly 1 (04):299-.
    Since Hermann first suggested the likelihood of a considerable loss of verses from the text of the Heraclidae it has been generally assumed that the play has suffered either from some mischance in the copying of the manuscript or else at the hand of an interpolator. Hermann held that the end of the play had been lost: ‘Fabulae extrema pars videtur intercidisse, in qua fieri non poterat quin de Macaria referretur, eaque res solitis celebraretur lamentis.’ Kirchhoff places the lacuna after (...)
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    The Oδυνήφατα Φάρμακα of Iliad V. 900, and their Bearing on the Prehistoric Culture of Old Servia.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1915 - Classical Quarterly 9 (02):65-.
    The passage about Paeon's treatment of the wound of Ares in Iliad V. 899–904 has been neglected or misunderstood by the majority of commentators, and no one, so far as I know, has pointed out its significance for pre-Homeric culture in that part of the Balkan area in which archaeological research has shown a connection with and influence on the culture of North Greece. I refer to that part known as Old Servia, extending from Naissus, the modern Nish, at present (...)
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    The Water Gods and Aeneas in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Books of the Iliad.Grace Harriet Macurdy - 1915 - The Classical Review 29 (03):70-75.
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    The Quality of Mercy. The Gentler Virtues in Greek Literature.David M. Robinson & Grace H. Macurdy - 1943 - American Journal of Philology 64 (3):371.
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