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    OI NEΩTEPOI, Poetae Novi, and Cantores Euphorionis.N. B. Crowther - 1970 - Classical Quarterly 20 (02):322-.
    These three Ciceronian references, each used only once, have given rise to a most confusing variety of interpretations. In this article I hope to show, as far as the evidence will allow, who these poets were and what sort of poetry Cicero probably had in mind.οί νєώτєροι.
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  2. Review: Laufen: Texte, Ubersetzungen, Kommentar. [REVIEW]N. B. Crowther - 2003 - The Classical Review 53 (2):464-465.
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    OI NEΩTEPOI, Poetae Novi, and Cantores Euphorionis.N. B. Crowther - 1970 - Classical Quarterly 20 (2):322-327.
    These three Ciceronian references, each used only once, have given rise to a most confusing variety of interpretations. In this article I hope to show, as far as the evidence will allow, who these poets were and what sort of poetry Cicero probably had in mind.οί νєώτєροι.
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