By Edited by Theodore D. Papanghelis and Antonios Rengakos
This quantity on Appolonius of Rhodes, whose "Argonautica" is the only real full-length epic to outlive from the Hellenistic interval, includes articles by means of 14 students from throughout Europe and the US. Their contributions hide quite a lot of matters from the background of the textual content and the issues of the poet's biography via questions of fashion, literary strategy and intertextual kinfolk to the epic's library and cultural reception. the purpose is to offer an overview of the scholarly dialogue in those components and supply a survey of tendencies in Apollonian experiences.
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Has identified the minimal fragment P. Ryl. 350 f. 1291-1302 P. Oxy. 2699 (3rd cent. ), with interlinear glosses? P. Argentorat. ), parchment codex P. Argentorat. 173 (8th/9th cent. ), parchment codex P. Oxy. 874 (2nd/3rd cent. ) P. Oxy. 690 (3rd cent. ) P. Oxy. 691 (2nd cent. ) P. Oxy. 2693 (lst/2nd cent. ), with interlinear glosses and marginal scholia P. Oxy. 2693 (lst/2nd cent. ) P. Oxy. 1243 (2nd cent. ) P. Berol. 17020 (7th/8th cent. ) P. Berol. 17020 (7th/8th cent. ) P. Mil. 121 (4th cent.
Om. P), "they left behind the river Halys; behind too they left the sea-washed Assyria jutting out from the mainland" — a note which does not refer to anything that has preceded the passage and therefore must introduce a variant from an older version of the text. On the whole the 7tpo£K8oai<; of the first book of the Argonautica contained (at least) fourteen different lines, while two lines of the extant version were missing. The 7ipoeK8oai<; of book 2 had two 34 GERSON SCHADE - PAOLO ELEUTERI trace of such variants in these two papyri—whose importance as witnesses is beyond doubt.
Oxy. 4415 (2nd/3rd cent. ) P. Oxy. 4416 (2nd cent. ) P. Oxy. 4416 (2nd cent. ) P. Oxy. 4416 (2nd cent. ) P. Colon, inv. 929 (2nd cent. ) P. Oxy. 4416 (2nd cent. ) PSI 1478 (1st cent. ) P. Berol. 11690 (3rd cent. ) P. Berol. 11690 (3rd cent. ) PSI 1478 (1st cent. ) P. Oxy. 2695 (2nd cent. ), with interlinear glosses P. Oxy. 4417 (2nd/3rd cent. ), with interlinear glosses PSI 1479 (2nd/3rd cent. ) P. Oxy. 4418 (3rd cent. ) P. Mil. 6 + P. Colon, inv. 522 (1st cent. ), with marginal scholia and interlinear glosses P.
A Companion to Apollonius Rhodius by Edited by Theodore D. Papanghelis and Antonios Rengakos