(with a few updates for 2007)

(selective!!, unpolished, inconsistently formatted; commentaries etc. at end)      
(see also now for1976-2003 see Holzberg at )
(for e-journals in Classics at Davis see )

Adler, Eve. Vergil's empire : political thought in the Aeneid. Lanham, MD 2003.

Ahl, F. & Roisman, H. The Odyssey Re-Formed. Ithaca 1996 (O’Hara review, BMCR)

Ahl, "Homer, Vergil, and Complex Narrative Structures in Latin Epic: An Essay," ICS 14 (1989) 1-31

Anderson, W. S., "Vergil's Second Iliad," TAPA 88 (1957) 17-30 (=Harrison 239-52)

Anderson, William S. and Lorina N. Quartarone, eds. Approaches to teaching Vergil's Aeneid New York 2002.

Ando, C., "Vergil's Italy: ethnography and politics in first-century Rome," pp. 123-42 in D. S. Levene and D. Nelis, Clio and the poets, Leiden: 2002

Armstrong, D., J. Fish, P. A. Johnston, M.B. Skinner (eds), Vergil, Philodemus, and the Augustans. U. of Texas Press, 2004

Barchiesi, Alessandro, The Geopoetics of Vergil's Aeneid (Not yet released), La traccia del modello. Effetti omerici nella narrazione virgiliana. Pisa. 1984; 1978): “Il lamento di Giurtuna”, MD 1, 99-121; (1979): “Palinuro e Caieta. Due ‘epigrammi’ virgiliani (Aen. V 870 sg.; VII 1-4)”, Maia 31, 3-11; (1994): “Rappresentazioni del dolore e interpretazione nell’Eneide”, A&A 40, 109-24 = “Representations of Suffering and Interpretation in the Aeneid”, in Hardie (1999), iii, 324-44; (1998): “The Statue of Athena at Troy and Carthage”, in Knox, Peter, Foss, Clive (1998; edd.): Style and Tradition: Studies in Honor of Wendell Clausen. Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 92 (Stuttgart/Leipzig), 130-40

Becker, T. Harrington "Ambiguity and the Female Warrior: Vergil's Camilla," Electronic Antiquity (August 1997) /

Benestad, J. Brian, "Paterno on Vergil: educating for service. (Penn State football Coach Joe Paterno on Vergil's 'Aeneid') " America April 2, 1994 v170 n11 p15(3)

Bettini, Maurizio "Ghosts of Exile: Doubles and Nostalgia in Virgils parva Troia (Aeneid 3.294ff.)" ClAnt 16.1 (1997) 8-33

Binder, Gerhard  [et al.] (ed.) Dido und Aeneas : Vergils Dido-Drama und Aspekte seiner Rezeption Trier 2000.

Bleisch, Pamela "On Choosing a Spouse: Aeneid 7.378-84 and Callimachus' Epigram 1" AJPh 117.3 (1996) 453-  "Altars Altered: The Alexandrian Tradition of Etymological Wordplay in Aeneid 1.108-12" AJPh 119 (1998) 599-606, "The Empty Tomb at Rhoeteum: Deiphobus and the Problem of the Past in Aeneid 6.494-547" ClAnt 18 (1999) 187-226; "The ‘Regia’ of Picus: Ekphrasis, Italian Identity, and Artistic Definition in ‘Aeneid’ 7.152-93", in Thibodeau, Philip/Haskell, Harry (edd.): Being There Together: Essays in Honor of Michael C. J. Putnam on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday (Afton, Minnesota 2003), 88-109, "Nisus' Choice: Bovillae at Aeneid 9.387-8" CQ 51.1 (2001) 183-189

Boyd, Barbara Weiden, "Non Enarrabile Textum: Ecphrastic Trespass and Narrative Ambiguity in the Aeneid," Vergilius 41 (1995) 71-90, "Virgil's Camilla and the Traditions of Catalogue and Ecphrasis (Aeneid 7.801-17)," AJP 113.2 (1992) 213-

Boyle, A. J., ed. Roman Epic. London and New York. 1993.

Braund, S.M., and Gill, C., eds. The Passions in Roman Thought and Literature. Cambridge. 1997

Briggs, W.W., Narrative and simile from the Georgics in the Aeneid (Leiden 1980).

Brooks, R. "Discolor Aura. Reflections on the Golden Bough," in Commager 142-63 =AJP 74 (1953) 260-80.

Brown, Edwin L. 1963. Numeri Vergiliani: Studies in Eclogues and Georgics.. Brussels.

Burden. Michael, ed. A woman scorn'd : responses to the Dido myth.  London, 1998

Cairns, Francis, Virgil's Augustan Epic (Cambridge 1989)

Campbell, B. G., Performing and processing The Aeneid. New York : P. Lang, 2001

Carnes, Jeffrey S. "Degenerate Neoptolemus : praise poetry and the novelization of the Aeneid,"  pp. ____ in Peter I. Barta, ed. Carnivalizing difference: Bakhtin and the other. London; New York, 2001.

Casali, Sergio, "Facta Impia (Virgil, Aeneid 4.596-9)" CQ 49.1 (1999) 203-211, "Altre voci nell'Eneide di Ovidio" MD 35 (1995) 59-76, "Staring at the Pun: Aeneid 4.435-36 Reconsidered" CJ 95.2 (1999-2000) 103-118,  "Aeneas and the Doors of the Temple of Apollo" CJ 91.1 (1995) 1-9, "The Messenger Idmon and the Foreknowledge of Turnus’ Death: A Note on the Poetics of Names in the Aeneid" Vergilius 46 (2000) 114-124

Christenson, D. "Superbia in Vergil's Aeneid: Who's Haughty and Who's Not?" Scholia 11 (2002) 44-54

Clark, Christina, "Regina Bacchatur: Sexual Roles and Politics in Aeneid 7," NECN&J 21 (1993) 62-67

Clausen, Wendell Virgil's Aeneid and the Traditions of Hellenistic Poetry (Berkeley 1986); revised and expanded as (2002) Vergil's Aeneid: Decorum, Allusion and Ideology. München-Leipzig., "An Interpretation of the Aeneid," HSCP 68 (1964) 139-47 = Commager 75-88.

Commager, Steele, ed., Virgil: A Collection of Critical Essays (Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 1966).

Connors, Catherine, "Seeing Cypresses in Virgil," CJ 88 (1992) 1 -17

Conte, Gian Biagio, The Rhetoric of Imitation: Genre and Poetic Memory in Virgil and Other Latin Poets (Ithaca 1986), "The Virgilian paradox: an epic of drama and sentiment" PCPhS 45 (1999) 17-42

Courtney, Edward. 1981. "The Formation of the Text of Vergil." BICS 28:13-29

Dyson Julia T.  King of the Wood: The Sacrificial Victor in Virgil's Aeneid (Norman OK 2001), "Septima Aestas: The Puzzle of Aen. 1.755-6 and 5.626" CW 90.1 (1996) 41-43, "Dido the Epicurean" ClAnt 15.2 (1996) 203-221

Edgeworth, Robert J. "Ascanius' Mother" Hermes 129.2 (2001) 246-250

Edmunds, L. (2001) Intertextuality and the reading of Roman poetry. Baltimore

Edwards, M., "The Expression of Stoic Ideas in the Aeneid," Phoenix 14 (1960) 151-65.

Eidinow, J.S.C. "Dido, Aeneas, and Iulus: Heirship and Obligation in Aeneid 4" CQ 53.1 (2003) 260-67

Erskine, A. Troy between Greece and Rome: local tradition and imperial power. Oxford; New York, 2001.

Farrell, Joseph "The Vergilian Century" Vergilius 47 (2001) 11-28, "Which Aeneid in Whose Nineties," Vergilius 36 (1990) 74-80, Vergil's "Georgics" and the Traditions of Ancient Epic: The Art of Allusion in Literary History (New York/Oxford 1991)

Feeney, D.C., The Gods in Epic: Poets and Critics of the Classical Tradition. (Oxford 1991), "History and Revelation in Vergil's Underworld," PCPS 32 (1986) 1-24. (= Quinn _____) "The Reconciliations of Juno," CQ 34 (1984) 179-94 (=Harrison 339-62). Literature and Religion at Rome. Cultures, Contexts, and Beliefs. Cambridge. 1998; "The Taciturnity of Aeneas." CQ 33 (1983) 204-219, "The Appearance(s) of Mercury and the Motivation of Aeneas." pp. 105-130 in Burden (1998)

Feldherr, A. "Putting Dido on the Map: Genre and Geography in Vergil's Underworld" Arethusa 32.1 (1999) 85-122

Fish, J., "Anger, Philodemus' Good King, and the Helen Episode of Aeneid 2.567-589: A New Proof of Authenticity from Herculaneum" in Armstrong et al (2004)

Fowler, Don, "Deviant Focalisation in Virgil's Aeneid." PCPS 36 (1990) 42-63.(repr. in Roman Constructions) , "Vergil on Killing Virgins," pp. 185-98 in Homo Viator: Classical Essays for John Bramble, ed M. Whitby et al. "Epic in the middle of the wood: mise en abyme in the Nisus and Euryalus episode."  Pp. 89-113 in Alison Sharrock and Helen Morales, eds., Intratextuality: Greek and Roman textual relations. Oxford 2000. Roman constructions : readings in postmodern Latin (Oxford, 2000) con tains: "Deviant Focalisation in Vergil's Aeneid" , "Narrate and Describe: The Problem of Ekphrasis;" "On the Shoulders of Giants: Intertextuality and Classical Studies," "Opening the Gates of War: Aeneid 7. 601-640," "The Ruin of Time: Monuments and Survival at Rome"

Fraenkel, Eduard, "Some Aspects of the Structure of Aeneid VII," JRS 35(1945)1-14 (Harrison 253-76).

Gale, M.R. Virgil on the Nature of Things. The Georgics, Lucretius and the Didactic Tradition. Cambridge 2000.

Geymonat, Mario. 1993. "Callimachus at the End of Aeneas’ Narration." HSCP 95:323-31.

Gilligan, Carol, In a Different Voice: Psychological Thoery and Women's Development (Cambridge, Mass. and London 1982) 151ff. on Aeneid

Goerler, Woldemar "Rowing Strokes: Tentative Considerations on 'Shifting' Objects in Virgil and Elsewhere" in J. N. Adams & R. G. Mayer (Eds.): Aspects of the Language of Latin Poetry (Proceedings of the British Academy. 93). Oxford (1999) 269-286

Goold, G.P. "Hypermeter and Elision in Virgil" Miller, John F.; Damon, Cynthia; Myers, K. Sara (eds) Vertis in usum. Studies in Honor of Edward Courtney. Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 161 (Munchen and Leipzig, 2002) 76-89 -+- [2002]

Gordon, P. "Dido the Phaeacian: Lost Pleasures of an Epicurean Intertext" ClAnt 17.2 (1998) 188-211

Gotoff, H.C., "The Transformation of Mezentius," TAPA 114 (1984) 191-218.

Gransden, K.W., Virgil's Iliad: An Essay on Epic Narrative (Cambridge 1984).

Gross, N. P. "Mantles Woven with Gold: Pallas' Shroud and the End of the Aeneid" CJ 99.2 (2003-2004) 135-156

Gurval, Robert Alan, Actium and Augustus: the politics and emotions of civil war (Ann Arbor, 1995).

Hardie, Philip R., Virgil's Aeneid: Cosmos and Imperium (Oxford 1986);  (1992) ‘Augustan Poets and the Mutability of Rome’, in A. Powell (ed.), Roman Poetry and Propaganda in the Age of Augustus, 59-82. London; "Ovid's Theban History: The First 'Anti-Aeneid,'" CQ 40 (1990) 224-235; 1992. "Fame and Defamation in the 'Aeneid': the Council of Latins. 'Aeneid' 11. 225-467" in Stahl (1998) 243-270;  "Closure in Latin Epic." In Roberts, Deborah H., Dunn, Francis M., and Fowler, Don, eds. Classical Closure. Reading the End in Greek and Latin Literature. Princeton. 1997 139-162. Virgil. Critical Assessments. London 1999 (massive collection of reprinted articles), The Epic Successors of Virgil: A Study in the Dynamics of a Tradition. (Cambridge 1993), Virgil (Oxford; New York, 1998). Greece & Rome. New surveys in the classics, no. 28, 'Virgil:  A paradoxical poet?' PLLS 9 (1996) --103-21

Hardy, Clara Shaw "Antiqua Mater: Misreading Gender in Aeneid 3.84-191" CJ 92.1 (1996) 1-8

Harrison, S.J., Oxford Readings in Vergil's Aeneid (Oxford 1990)

Heinze, Richard, Virgil's Epic Technique, tr. H. & D. Harvey, F. Robertson (Berkeley 1993) =Virgils epische Technik (Stuttgart 19574 [1903]) Cf. Hardie, CPh 90 (1995) 267-276.

Hexter, Ralph (1992). "Sidonian Dido." Pp. 332-84 in Hexter/ Selden, eds., Innovations of Antiquity. New York/London: Routledge, "What Was the Trojan Horse Made Of? Interpreting Vergil's Aeneid." Yale J of Crit 3 (1989-90) 109-131 (available online)

Hinds, Stephen. Allusion and Intertext. Dynamics of Appropriation in Roman Poetry  Cambridge 1997; (2000) 'Essential epic: genre and gender from Macer to Statius', in M. Depew and D. Obbink (eds.), Matrices of Genre: Authors, Canons, and Society. Cambridge, MA, pp. 221-44

Horsfall, N.M. (1989) "Aeneas the Colonist," Vergilius 35: 8-27 (rep. in book:);  Virgilio: l’epopea  in alambicco (Naples 1991) esp. ch. 6 "Incoerenze"; A Companion to the Study of Vergil (Leiden 1995); 1986. The Aeneas-Legend and the Aeneid. Vergilius 9:8-17; 1989. Aeneas the Colonist. Vergilius 35:8-27; 1990. Virgil and the Illusory Footnote. PLLS 6:49-63; 1991. Externi duces. RFIC 119:188-192; 1991. Virgil and the Poetry of Explanations. G&R 38:203-11; 1991. Virgil, Parthenius, and the Art of Mythological Reference. Vergilius 37:31-36.,  "Numanus Remulus, ethnography and propaganda in Aen. IX, 598f.," Latomus 30 (1971) 1108-16 (=Harrison 305-15). "Sallustian Politicians and Virgilian Villains" SCI 21 (2002) 79-81

James, Sharon L. "Establishing Rome with the Sword: Condere in the Aeneid" AJPh 116.4 (1995) 623ff, "Future Perfect Feminine: Women Past and Future in the Aeneid." in Anderson et al (2002)

Jenkyns, R. Virgil's Experience. Oxford 1999

Johnson, W. R., Darkness Visible: A Study of Vergil's Aeneid (Berkeley and Los Angeles 1976), "Dismal Decorations: Dryden's Machines in Aeneid 12," in The Two Worlds of the Poet, ed. R. Wilhem, Wayne State Press (1992) 64-73, (2001) "Imaginary Romans. Vergil and the Illusion of National Identity", in Spence (2001) 22-35.

Kallendorf, Craig. In Praise of Aeneas. Virgil and Epideictic Rhetoric in the Early Italian Renaissance. Hanover. 1989., Vergil. The Classical Heritage. Vol. 2. New York, 1993.

Keith, A. M. , Engendering Rome: Women in Latin Epic, Cambridge (2000)

Kennedy, Duncan. "'Augustan' and 'Anti-Augustan'. Reflections on Terms of Reference." In Anton Powell, Roman Poetry and Propaganda in the Age of Augustus. Bristol. 1992 26-58.

King, Katherine C., "Foil and Fusion: Homer's Achiles in Vergil's Aeneid," MD  9 (1982) _____

Knauer, G.N., Die Aeneis und Homer: Studien zur poetischen Technik Vergils mit Listen der Homerzitate in der Aeneis.(Göttingen 1964). Knauer, "Vergil and Homer," ANRW II, 31.2 pp. 919-47; cf. "Vergil's Aeneid and Homer," GRBS 5 (1964) 61-84 = Harrison 390-412.

Knox, Peter E. "Savagery in the Aeneid and Virgil's Ancient Commentators" CJ 92.3 (1997) 225-33

Kofler, Wolfgang (2003) Aeneas und Vergil. Untersuchungen zur poetologischen Dimension der Aeneis (Heidelberg)

Konstan David. 1986. "Venus' Enigmatic Smile." Vergilius 32:18-25, 2000. "A Pun in Virgil’s Aeneid: 4.492-3?" CP 95: 74-76

Kraggerud, E. "Vergiliana (II): What is Wrong with the Somni Portae? (Aen. 6.893-898)" SO 77 (2002) 128-44

Kyriakidou, Helen "Homer's Etymologising in the Aeneid: Simile and the Point of Concentration" Nifadopoulos, Christos (ed) Etymologia: Studies in Ancient Etymology. (Munster, 2003) 131-141

Laird, Andrew, "Approaching Characterisation in Virgil", in Martindale (1997) 282-93. (2000): "Design and Designation in Virgil’s Aeneid, Tacitus’ Annals, and Michelangelo’s Conversion of Saint Paul", in A. Sharrock, and H. Morales (edd.): Intratextuality: Greek and Roman Relations (Oxford), 143-70.

Lord, Mary Louise. 1969. "Dido as an example of chastity: the influence of example literature." Harvard Library bulletin 17.1 (January 1969) 22-44

Lyne, R.O.A.M., Further Voices in Vergil's "Aeneid" (Oxford 1987). "Vergil and the Politics of War," CQ 33 (1983) 188-203 (=Harrison 316-38), Words and the Poet: Characteristic Techniques of Style in Vergil's "Aeneid" (Oxford 1989)

MacKay, L.A., "Hero and Theme in the Aeneid," TAPA 94 (1963) 157-66.

Mackie, C.J., The Characterization of Aeneas (Edinburgh 1988), "Nox erat . . . : sleep and visions in the Aeneid," G&R 38 (1991) 59-61

Martindale, Charles, Redeeming the Text: Latin poetry and the hermeneutics of reception (Cambridge 1993) (ch. 1 on theory, ch. 2 on readings of V.); ed. The Cambridge Companion to Vergil (Cambridge, 1997), includes (inter alia): Tarrant, "Aspects of Virgil's Reception in Antiquity" (56-72), Tarrant, "Poetry and Power. Virgil's Poetry in Contemporary Context" (169-187), Zetzel, "Rome and Its Traditions" (188-203), Farrell, "The Virgilian Intertext" (222-238), O’Hara, "Virgil's Style" (241-258), Fowler, "Virgilian Narrative: Story-Telling" (259-270), Oliensis, "Sons and Lovers. Sexuality and Gender in Virgil's Poetry" (294-311), Hardie, "Virgil and Tragedy" (316-326),

Mazzocchini, Paolo (2000): Forme e significati della narrazione bellica nell’epos virgiliano. I catalogo degli uccisi e le morti minori nell’Eneide. Biblioteca della Ricerca. Philologica 3 (Fasano, Br.)

Miles, Gary B. "The 'Aeneid' as foundation story" in Perkell (1999) 231-250

Mitchell, Robin, "The Violence of Virginity in the Aeneid," Arethusa 24 (1991) 219-38, Robin N. Mitchell-Boyask, "Sine Fine. Vergil's Masterplot." AJPh 117 (1996) 259-307

Monti, Richard C., The Dido Episode and the Aeneid. Roman Social and Political Values in the Epic (Leiden 1981).

Moskalew, Walter,  Formular Language and Poetic Design in the Aeneid (Leiden 1982).

Most, Glenn W. "Memory and Forgetting in the Aeneid" Vergilius 47 (2001) 148-170

Murgia, C. (2003) "The Date of the Helen Episode", HSCP 101: 405-26.

Nelis, D., Vergil’s Aeneid and the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius. (Arca, 39) Leeds 2001; "Apollonius and Virgil. " In: Theodore Papanghelis & Antonios Rengakos (edd.). A Companion to Apollonius Rhodius (Leiden: Brill, 2001) 237-259

Nesselrath, H.-G. 1992. Ungeschehenes Geschehen: Beinahe-Episoden im griechischen und römischen Epos von Homer bis zur Spätantike. Stuttgart

Newman, John Kevin and Frances Stickney Newman, Troy's children : lost generations in Virgil's Aeneid, Hildesheim ; New York : Olms, 2005

Nicoll, W. S. M. “The Death of Turnus” CQ 51 (2001) 190-200

Nugent, Georgia ``Vergil's Voice of the Women in Aeneid V,'' Arethusa 25 (1992) 255-92, "The Women of the Aeneid: Vanishing Bodies, Lingering Voices," pp. 251-70 in Perkell (1999)

Nuttall, A.D. "Inconstant Dido," pp. 89-104 in Burden (1998).

Obbink, Dirk "Vergil, Philodemus, and the Lament of Iuturna" in Miller, John F.; Damon, Cynthia; Myers, K. Sara (eds) Vertis in usum. Studies in Honor of Edward Courtney. Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 161 (Munchen and Leipzig, 2002) 90-113

O'Hara, James J, Inconsistency in Roman Epic: Studies in Catullus, Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid and Lucan (Cambridge 2007); True Names: Vergil and the Alexandrian Tradition of Etymological Wordplay (Ann Arbor, 1996),"Dido as 'Interpreting Character' in Aeneid 4.56-66," Arethusa 26 (1993) 99-114, "Virgil’s Style" in Martindale (1997), "They Might Be Giants: Inconsistency and Indeterminacy in Vergil's War in Italy." In Studies in Roman Epic, edd. H. Roisman and J. Roisman, Colby Quarterly 30 (1994) 206-32, Death and the Optimistic Prophecy in Vergil's "Aeneid" (Princeton 1990) (review w/ some summary: Farrell, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 1 (1990) 62-68)

Oliensis, Ellen "Freud's Aeneid," Vergilius 47 (2001) 39-63; see also Martindale (1997)

Otis, Brooks, Virgil. A Study in Civilized Poetry (Oxford 1963).

Panoussi, Vassiliki "Vergil's Ajax: Allusion, Tragedy, and Heroic Identity in the Aeneid" ClAnt 21.1 (2002) 95-134

Papaioannou, S. "Founder, Civilizer and Leader: Vergil's Evander and his Role in the Origins of Rome" Mnemosyne 56.6 (2003) 680-702

Parry, Adam, "The Two Voices of Vergil's Aeneid," Arion 2 (1963) 266-80, repr. in Commager 107-23.

Paschalis, Michael. Vergil’s Aeneid: Semantic Relations and Proper Names. Oxford 1998

Perkell, Christine, "On Creusa, Dido, and the Quality of Victory in Virgil's Aeneid," in Reflections of Women in Antiquity, ed. Helene Foley (New York, London and Paris 1981) pp. 355-77, "Ambiguity and Irony, the Last Resort?," Helios 21.1 (1994) 63-74, "The Lament of Juturna: Pathos and Interpretation in the Aeneid," TAPA 127 (1997) 257-86, Reading Vergil's Aeneid : an interpretive Guide Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 1999 (with a chapter on each book of the poem, and more), The Poet's Truth: A Study of the Poet in Virgil's "Georgics" (Berkeley/Los Angeles/London 1989), "Pastoral Value in Vergil. Some Instances " in Spence (2001) 26-43; 2002. "The Golden Age and Its Contradictions in the Poetry of Vergil." Vergilius 48: 3-39

Petrini, Mark, The child and the hero: coming of age in Catullus and Vergil (Ann Arbor, 1997)

Pöschl, Viktor, The Art of Virgil: Image and Symbol in the Aeneid (trans. G. Seligson, Ann Arbor 1962).

Putnam, Michael C. J., Virgil's Epic Designs: Ekphrasis in the Aeneid (New Haven, 1998). "Aeneid VII and the Aeneid," AJP 91 (1970) 408-30, "Anger, Blindness and Insight in Virgil's Aeneid," inThe Poetics of Therapy , M. Nussbaum, ed. Special issue of Apeiron 40 (1990) 7-40, "Umbro, Nireus, and Love's Threnody," Vergilius 38 (1992) 12-23, The Poetry of the Aeneid: Four Studies in Imaginative Unity and Design (Cambridge, Mass. 1965), Virgil's Aeneid: interpretation and influence (Chapel Hill, 1995).  "'Aeneid' 12. Unity in closure" in Perkell (1999) 210-230, "Two Ways of Looking at the Aeneid" CW 96.2 (2003) 177-184, "Vergil's Aeneid. The Final Lines" in Spence (2001) 86-104

Quinn , Stephanie (Ed.). Why Vergil ? A collection of interpretations. Wauconda, Illinois: 2000 (reprints several classic articles and more)

Quint, David, Epic and Empire: Politics and Generic Form from Virgil to Milton (Princeton 1993), "The Brothers of Sarpedon. Patterns of Homeric Imitation in Aeneid 10." MD 47, 2001, 35-66, "Repetition and Ideology in the Aeneid." MD 23 (1989) 9-54

Rauk, John. 1995. "Macrobius, Cornutus, and the Cutting of Dido's Lock." CPh 90.4: 345-54

Reckford, K.J. (1981) ‘Helen in Aeneid 2 and 6’, Arethusa 14: 85-99,  "Recognizing Venus I: Aeneas Meets his Mother" Arion 3.2-3 (1995) 1-42, "Recognizing Venus II: Dido, Aeneas, and Mr. Eliot," Arion 3.2/3 (1995/1996) 43-80

Reed, Jay "Anchises Reading Aeneas Reading Marcellus" SC 12 (2001) 146-68

Reed, J. D. Virgil's gaze : nation and poetry in the Aeneid Princeton  2007

Rehm, B. Das geographische Bild des alten Italien in Vergils Aeneis. Leipzig. 1932

Renger, Cornelia, Aeneas und Turnus in der Aeneis. Frankfurt am Main u.a. : Lang, 1985

Rosivach, V., "Latinus' Genealogy and the Palace of Picus (Aeneid 7.45-9, 170-91),"CQ 30 (1980) 140-52.

Ross, David O., Virgil's Elements: Poetry and Physics in the Georgics (Princeton 1987).

Ross, David O., Virgil's Aeneid:  A Reader's Guide.  Blackwell, Oxford 2007.

Rossi, Andreola, "Reversal of Fortune and Change in Genre in Aeneid 10," Vergilius 43 (1997) 31-44, Contexts of war : manipulation of genre in Virgilian battle narrative Ann Arbor, 2004

Schmidt, Ernst A. "The Meaning of Vergil's Aeneid: American and German Approaches" CW 94.2 (2001) 145-171

Schmit-Neuerburg, Tilman. Vergils Aeneis und die antike Homerexegese. Berlin & New York 1999.

Schmitzer, Ulrich "Turnus und die Danaiden. Mythologische Verstrickung und personale Verantwortung" GB 20 (1994) 109-126

Segal, C.P., "Aeternum per saecula nomen, the golden bough and the tragedy of history, Part I"Arion 4 (1965) 615-57; Part II, Arion 5 (1966) 34-72.

Skinner, M.B., "Carmen inane: Philodemus' Aesthetics and Vergil's Artistic Vision," in Armstrong et al (2004)

Smith, Alden, Poetic allusion and poetic embrace in Ovid and Virgil (Ann Arbor, 1997).

Smith, Alden The primacy of vision in Virgil's Aeneid. Austin  Texas, 2005.

Spence, ed. Poets and Critics Read Vergil. New Haven & London 2001, "Clinching the Text: the Danaids and the End of the Aeneid,"Vergilius 37 (1991) 11-19, "The Polyvalence of Pallas in the Aeneid" Arethusa 32.2 (1999) 149-64

Stahl, Hans-Peter, ed. Virgil's Aeneid. Augustan Epic and Political Context. Duckworth 1998, "The Death of Turnus. Augustan Vergil and the Political Rival." in Raaflaub and Toher, eds. Between Republic and Empire: Interpretations of Augustus and his Principate. Berkeley 1990 174-211.

Starr, Raymond J. "Aeneas the Rhetorician: Aeneid IV, 279-295" Latomus 62.1 (2003) 36-46, "An Epic of Praise: Tiberius Claudius Donatus and Vergil's Aeneid," CA 11.1 (1992) 159  - ___, "Explaining Dido to Your Son: Tiberius Claudius Donatus on Vergil's Dido." CJ 87 (1991) 25-34, "Silvia's Deer (Vergil, Aeneid 7.479-502) Game Parks and Roman Law," AJP 113 (1992) 435-___"The Flexibility of Literary Meaning and the Role of the Reader in Roman Antiquity" Latomus 60.2 (2001) 433-445

Sullivan, J.P., "Dido and the representation of women in Vergil's Aeneid," in The two worlds of the poet. New perspectives on Vergil edited by Robert M. Wilhelm and Howard Jones, Detroit (1992) 64-73

Syed, Yasmin, Virgil's Aeneid and the Roman Self: Subject and Nation in Literary Discourse. Ann Arbor 2005.

Tarrant, Richard. "Aspects of Virgil's Reception in Antiquity." In Martindale (1997) 56-72, "Poetry and Power. Virgil's Poetry in Contemporary Context." In Martindale (1997) 169-187.

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 Commentaries/Bibliographies/Reference works

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Cerda, Juan Luis de la (= Ioannes Ludovicus de la). 1612. P. Virgilii Maronis Priores Sex Libri Aeneidos Argumentis, Explicationibus, et Notis Illustrati. Lyon. 1617. P. Virgilii Maronis Posteriores Sex Libri Aeneidos Argumentis, Explicationibus, et Notis Illustrati. Lyon.

Conington, John, The Works of Virgil with a Commentary, rev. by Henry Nettleship, vol. II (London 1884), vol. III (London 1883) (Reprint of both, Hildesheim 1963). (also available online at Perseus!)

Donatus, Tiberius Claudius, Interpretationes Vergilianae, H. Georgii, ed., 2 vols. (Stuttgart 1969).

Eden, P.T., A Commentary on Virgil: Aeneid VIII (Leiden 1975).

Della Corte, F., (ed.) Enciclopedia Virgiliana 5 Vols. (Rome 1985-90).

Fordyce, C.J., P. Vergili Maronis Aeneidos Libri VII-VIII with a Commentary (Oxford 1977).

Gransden, Virgil: Aeneid Book VIII (Cambridge 1976).  Book XI (1991)

Hardie, P.R. Virgil: Aeneid Book IX(Cambridge 1994)

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Henry, James, Aeneidea, or critical, exegetical, and aesthetical remarks on the Aeneid.  5 vols. (Dublin and London 1873-92).

Holzberg, Niklas, supplement to Suerbaum bibliography online at

Horsfall, Nicholas, Virgil, Aeneid 7: a commentary. Mnemosyne Suppl. 198 (Leiden 2000), Virgil, Aeneid 11: a commentary. Mnemosyne Suppl. 244 (Leiden 2003) Virgil, Aeneid 3: a commentary (Leiden 2006)

Jordan, R.H., Virgil: Aeneid X (Bristol 1990) (school commentary w. vocab. in back)

Maclennan, Keith, ed., Aeneid VI. Bristol, 2003 (school commentary?)

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Norden, Eduard, P. Vergilius Maro Aeneis Buch VI (Stuttgart 1957).

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Servius, Serviani in Vergilii Carmina Commentarii vol II (Aen. 1-2), ed. E.K. Rand et al. (Lancaster 1946), vol. III (Aen. 3-5), ed. A. F. Stocke, A. H. Travis et al. (Oxford 1965).

Suerbaum, W., "Hundert Jahre Vergil-Forschung.  Eine systematische Arbeitsbibliographie mit besonderer Berücksichtung der Aeneis," ANRW II, 31.1 (1980) 3-358. (see Holzberg above)

Warwick, Henrietta Holm, A Vergil Concordance (Minneapolis 1975).

Whitely, J.L., Vergil: Aeneid IX (Bristol 1979) (school commentary w. vocab. in back)

Williams, R.D., The Aeneid of Virgil  2 vols. (London 1973), P. Vergili Maronis Liber Quintus (Oxford 1960, rep. Bristol 1981), Tertius (Oxford 1962, rep. Bristol 1981).

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