On the metre of Anacreont. 19W

Classical Quarterly 44 (02):540- (1994)
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Abstract

An. 19 has a metrical form which is quite peculiar and anomalous if compared either with hemiambics or with anaclastic ionic dimeters , i.e. the metres of all the other Anacreontea

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