By Ingo Gildenhard, Martin Revermann

ISBN-10: 3110223775

ISBN-13: 9783110223774

Past the 5th Century brings jointly thirteen students from quite a few disciplines (Classics, old historical past, Mediaeval reports) to discover interactions with Greek tragedy from the 4th century BC as much as the center a while. the quantity breaks new floor in numerous methods: in its chronological scope, some of the modes of reception thought of, the pervasive curiosity in interactions among tragedy and society-at-large, and the truth that a few stories are of a comparative nature.

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4 W. ), 37 W. 4 W. 4 dub. ). 18. On the choliambic line cf. esp. Masson (1962) 21–28. 19. On thievery, see Hippon. fr. *1 W. ); on Hermes, Hippon. frr. 32, 34 W. ); on his physical circumstances, Hippon. frr. , 39 W. ). 20. Many of the objects, especially those with apparently foreign names, which appear in these lines of Hipponax may understandably strike the modern reader as exotic. Cf. however Masson (1962) 31–32, who argues persuasively that a certain number of the foreign words employed by Hipponax would simply have entered into the contemporary language of Ephesus.

II 117. Iambus 1 25 [about 15 lines are missing in P. Oxy. 1011: lines 52–53 are preserved in another source] . . . . en §! , ˜! t' ∑n êlla dejiÚ! gn≈mhn¸ ka‹ t∞! ÉAmãjh! yai toÁ! i Fo¤nike!. ¤tt˙ §n toË Didum°o! ti! k $alhnå¸ pr«to! ¶gr $a¸ce ka‹ kÊklon °p[. . , éll' oÓ! e‰xen $oÏtero! da¤mvn. prÚ! e. : 'oÍmÚ! patØr §fe›to toË[to toÎkpvma doË[nai], t¤! to! k¤pvni toÎda[fo! bu! Á d' efi [to]ke«no! mØ lÒ[goi! , B¤h! [. . . . . . ]eil[ [about 20 lines are missing in the papyrus; four are known from elsewhere].

22 ≈! ti! , which well suits the catalogue structure of these lines. 23 ]ãmetra Pfeiffer suggests either pentãmetra or •jãmetra. Á d'≤[r“o]n [you compose pentameters, you the heroic], may give some support to the the former, as Callimachus appears to be using ≤r“a in this context of the latter poem of epic meters. Cf. 45 p]entãmetron. 43. v. 3). See M. R. 24 The Adaptation of Hipponax 25 30 35 40 45 50 ]. ≈! [ ]n whoever thi[ ]many : §n[ O Apollo, the men, as flies by a goatherd or wasps from the ground, or Delphians from a sacrifice, they swarm in droves.

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