On Moschus' Megara

Classical Quarterly 19 (01):181- (1969)
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In the following pages I shall emend or explain certain passages of the Epyllion. For the sake of brevity I shall refer the reader, wherever possible, to the material collected by Breitenstein, whose monograph I have recently reviewed. The conoscenti will hardly need to be reminded, for the purposes of my discussion, that the author of Megara was, to appropriate Geffcken's words, '‘ein doctus poeta, wie alle Alexandriner’ , steeped in the knowledge of Homer, Apollonius, and Theocritus . First of all, an emendation

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