A Hellish Note

Classical Quarterly 8 (3-4):219- (1958)
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Vocem in v. 514 is generally taken to mean ‘voice’ on this basis there are two possible interpretations— that Allecto shouted through the bucina, or that two actions are implied, an alarm call on the bucina followed by a shout, is, owing to the structure of this type of instrument, physically impossible; this may or may not be regarded as an objection, presents less difficulty, but it seems strange that, if two actions are involved, Vergil should have joined cornuque recuruo syntactically with the wrong one of the two; in sense it would belong with pastorale canit signum



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