Hadrian's Farewell to Life

Classical Quarterly 18 (02):384- (1968)
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In 1915 a dispute over the meaning and interpretation of lines 3–4 of this poem prompted Ernst Hohl not only to propose reading ‘quo … locos’ instead of ‘quae … loca’ but also to question whether the poem really was composed by Hadrian



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