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Two fragments and an epigram (Pind. fr. 52A, Eur. fr. 898 K., AP 7.77)
In Pind. fr. 52a 1 read στένεα; Eur. fr. 898 is mostly spurious; in AP 7.77.2 read ζῆν.
Critical notes on Aeschylus
In Sept. 915 read δόμων μὰν (Schneider) ἀχώ || ἐπ’ αὐτούς, in 926 ἆ δυσδαίμων σφιν (or σφῷν) || τεκοῦσα. In Supp. 960 read εἰ δ’ ἐκεῖ. In Supp. 1002 read χἄλωρα κωλύονθ’ ὁμῶς μέλειν ἔρῳ: “Cypris proclaims the ripe fruit ...
An emendation in Hippolytus 1014
In Eur. Hipp. 1014 read ἥδιστά γ’, εἰ μὴ πᾶς φρένας διεφθάρη.
Aeschylus, Supplices 86–95, 843–910, and the early transmission of antistrophic lyrical texts
(Akademie Verlag, 2007)
The symmetrical inter-displacements of corresponding blocks of text between strophes and antistrophes in lyrical odes, earlier proposed for A. Supp. 88–90 ~ 93–95, 872–75 ~ 882–84, and 906–7 ~ 909–10, have affected all ...
Intentional ethics and hermeneutics in the Libellus de symoniacis: Bruno of Segni as a papal polemicist
The Investiture Contest has at regular intervals been considered as a ‘revolution’, largely because it contributed forcefully to the reorganisation of the Church in the centuries to come. But the Contest has also been seen ...