Literary Chronology of the Neronian Age

Classical Quarterly 38 (3-4):96- (1944)
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J. M. C. Toynbee's study ‘Nero Artifex: the Apocolocyntosis Reconsidered’, C.Q. xxxvi, 1942, 83–93, has the double merit of questioning what had never been questioned—the dating of the Apocolocyntosis about A.D. 54–5—and of making many valuable observations on the importance of the Neronia of A.D. 60. But the attempt to transfer to these Neronia the Apocolocyntosis, the Carmina by Calpurnius, the second of the Carmina Einsiedlensia, and, to a certain extent also, Lucan's De Bello Civili, seems to me, if I may anticipate my conclusions, entirely misleading

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Kaiser und Ewigkeit.Hans Instinsky - 1942 - Hermes 77 (3/4):313-355.
On Seneca's Apocolocyntosis, IV.Kenneth Scott - 1931 - American Journal of Philology 52 (1):66.

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