Limed Reeds in Theocritus, Aristophanes, and Propertius

Classical Quarterly 17 (01):110- (1967)
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Both the meaning of and the identity of the are in some doubt here. Gow's view that ‘Lacon thinks of labourers and cicadas vying with one another in the heat’ and that means ‘provoke to further exertions, put him on his mettle’ agrees in general with the scholiast

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