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    Nicomachus of Gerasa and the Dialect of Archytas, Fr. 1.Albio Cesare Cassio - 1988 - Classical Quarterly 38 (01):135-.
    The main source of Archytas, fr. 1 Diels-Kranz is Porphyr. in Ptol. harmon. p. 56,5–57,27 Düring; there is also an extensive quotation of its initial part in Nicomachus, Introd. Arithm. p. 6,16–7,5 Hoche. In recent years both the text and the interpretation of this fragment, whose authenticity was questioned by W. Burkert, have been re-examined, and a good deal of progress has been made especially by paying more attention to the nature of Nicomachus' quotation and its context.
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    Post-Classical Λέσβιαι.Albio Cesare Cassio - 1983 - Classical Quarterly 33 (01):296-.
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    Old Persian Marika-, Eupolis Marikas And Aristophanes Knights.Albio Cesare Cassio - 1985 - Classical Quarterly 35 (01):38-.
    The little we know with certainty about Eupolis' Marikas can be summarised in a few lines. The play was produced at the Lenaea of 421 b.c. The demagogue Hyperbolus was satirised under the name of Marikas, and was represented as a man of little or no culture . Marikas/Hyperbolus was a slave. This has been denied in the past, but is now made clear by the commentary on the Marikas in P. Oxy. 2741 πρς [ν] δεσπότην Ὑπέρβολος. Aristophanes complained in (...)
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