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Author: Edward Kennard Rand
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Includes correspondence, manuscripts of writings and speeches, lecture notes and research notes; and biographical and family papers.
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Genre/Form: Scrapbooks
Lecture notes
Named Person: Ovid; Edward Kennard Rand; Ovid; Edward Kennard Rand
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Kennard Rand
OCLC Number: 76973158
Description: approximately 45 linear ft. of mss.
Contents: Lecture notes for Harvard courses (HUG 4730.25) include: Ancient philosophy, Greek religion, New Italy, and Ancient Rome --
Boethius I and II --
Boethius, Consolation of Philosophy I, II, III, IV --
Carolingian Seminary: Intro. and Ovid Carolingian. Renaissance poetry (V. Ireland and England) --
Catullus. Donatus --
Cicero, I, II, III --
Cicero IV and V. Cicero: Latin A and De Senuctute --
Drama, General. Rhetoric: I-Norman Orators, 2-Roman theatre --
History of script. Epigraphy --
Horace Epodes. Ode I, II-IV. Horace's Epistles --
Horace: Satires. Juvenal. Lecture notes for Harvard courses (HUG 4730.25) continued: Latin B: 1st half year; 2nd half year --
Latin E: I, II --
Latin 2, 3 --
Latin 7 --
Latin 8. Cicero I, II --
Latin 12: I, II, III (first half) --
Latin 12: I, II, III (second half) --
Latin 12: IV, V --
Livy --
Lucretius --
Middle Ages I, II --
Middle Ages III, IV --
Middle Ages V, VI --
Middle Ages VII, VIII, IX --
Middle Ages X. Medieval books. Middle Ages (Comp. Lit. 5) Libraries in the Middle Ages --
Miscellany. Latin Grammar --
Old Latin 2. Varia. Classical Culture in the Middle Ages. Lecture notes for Harvard courses (HUG 4730.25) continued: Ovid: Introduction and General --
Ovid: Ars Amatoria. Carmina amatoria. Amroes. --
Ovid: Metamorphoses --
Ovid: Tristia, Ex ponto, etc. Fasti, exile --
Ovid: Empire, Middle Ages, Renaissance to Modern Lit. in England --
Ovid: Seminary --
Palaeography I, II, III --
Palaeography IV, V, VI --
Pastoral I, Ia, II --
Pastoral III, IV, V --
Pastoral VI. Renaissance I, II --
Platonism I, II, III, IV --
Platonism: Programs and bibliography. Plato and Aristotle --
Plautus. Thomas a Kempis (imitatio). Sulpicius Severus --
Pliny --
Proseminary I, II. Classical philology --
Renaissance III. Pastoral (modern). Latin literature of the Renaissance --
Seminary manuscripts of famous authors. Proseminary textual criticism. Proseminary authors --
Suetonius --
Summer School I, II. Fine Arts 14. Lecture notes for Harvard courses (HUG 4730.25) continued: Tacitus: Annals I-VI, XV. Agricola --
Tacitus: Histories --
Terence --
Terence: Seminary --
Drama, Text I --
Virgil: General lectures. Public lectures --
Virgil: Aeneid I -III --
Virgil: Aeneid IV-XII --
Virgil: Eclogues I-X --
Virgil: Georgics I-IV --
Virgil: Minor poems I and II --
Virgil: Ancient Lit., Christian and Pagan Lit., Medieval Lit. --
Virgil: Modern lit. --
Virgil: Seminary. Classical Philology (Gaul) text book --
French Officers lectures --
M.O.P. and Field Enterprises, Infantry Drill Regulations, Motor Corp. --
Military Science --
Military Science and Tactics, Military Topography.

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Includes correspondence, manuscripts of writings and speeches, lecture notes and research notes; and biographical and family papers.

Correspondence pertains to publications, among other subjects, and also contains papers relating to Harvard and memoranda, 1918, about military intelligence work. Other material includes manuscripts on Ovid; lecture notes for Harvard courses on Ovid, military science and other subjects; student notes; course material for University of Paris class on Lucretius, 1933-1934; research notes and manuscripts relating to Rand's work on Boethius, Johannes Scottus and pinpricks; and diplomas, certificates and other biographical papers. Related publications and reference material also available in repository.

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