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2008-2012

  • González González, Marta. 'El lamento de las madres en los epitafios griegos: una mirada a la Antologia Palatina.’ In: Rosa María Cid López (ed.). Madres y maternidades. Construcciones culturales en la civilización clásica. coordinadora. Oviedo: KRK ediciones, 2009 (Colleción alternativas 32), 113-27.

  • Klooster, Jacqueline. Poetry as Window and Mirror. Hellenistic Poets on Predecessors, Contemporaries and Themselves. Diss. University of Amsterdam, 2009. xii, 287 pp.

  • Prioux, Évelyne. Petits musées en vers. Épigrammes et discours sur les collections antiques. Paris: CTHS Editions, 2008 (L'art et l'essai 5). 416 pp. Marco Fantuzzi, AJPh 130, 2009, 294-9 || Gilles Sauron, Topoi 16, 2009, 383-94.

  • Tueller, Michael A. Look Who’s Talking: Innovations in Voice and Identity in Hellenistic Epigram. Leuven: Peeters, 2008 (Hellenistica Groningana 13). xii, 231 pp. Marco Fantuzzi, BMCR 2009.09.54.

All titles

  • Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin & Silvia Barbantani. 'Inscribing Lyric.' In: Peter Bing & Jon Steffen Bruss (edd.). Brill's Companion to Hellenistic Epigram Down to Philip. Leiden: Brill, 2007 (Brill's Companions in Classical Studies), 429-57.

  • Balmer, Josephine. Classical Women Poets. Newcastle upon Tyne, 1996.

  • Barnard, Sylvia. ‘Hellenistic women poets.’ CJ 73, 1978, 204-13.

  • Battistini, Yves. Poétesses grecques: Sapphô, Corinne, Anytè. Présentation, traduction et notes. Paris: Imprimerie nationale, 1998 (La Salamandre). 355 pp. Pascale Hummel, RPh 72, 1998, 294-5.

  • Bowman, Laurel. ‘Nossis, Sappho, and Hellenistic Poetry.’ Ramus 27, 1998, 39-59.

  • Bowman, Laurel. 'The "women's tradition" in Greek poetry.' Phoenix 58, 2004, 1-27.

  • Capellà Soler, Margalida. Poetes gregues antigues. Barcelona: PAM, 2004, 137-160.

  • Cavallini, Eleonora. Poetesse greche e romane. Introduzione, traduzione e note. Venezia: Corbo e Fiori, 1980. 165 pp. Gabriele Burzacchini, GFF 4, 1981, 66-7 || López Facal, Emerita 49, 1981, 427-8.

  • Cavallini, Eleonora. ‘Ancora su Noss. AP V.170.’ Eikasmos 2, 1991.

  • Degani, Enzo. ‘Nosside.’ GFF 4, 1981, 43-52.

  • Giangrande, Giuseppe. ‘Deux passages controversés. Théocrite, Id. XXIII, vv. 26-32 et Nossis, A.P. V, 170.’ AC 61, 1992, 213-25.

  • Gigante, Marcello. ‘Nosside.’ PP 29, 1974, 22-39.

  • González González, Marta. 'El lamento de las madres en los epitafios griegos: una mirada a la Antologia Palatina.’ In: Rosa María Cid López (ed.). Madres y maternidades. Construcciones culturales en la civilización clásica. coordinadora. Oviedo: KRK ediciones, 2009 (Colleción alternativas 32), 113-27.

  • Greene, Ellen (ed.). Women Poets in Ancient Greece and Rome. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. 224 pp. Simone Viarre, BMCR 2005.11 || Mary R. Lefkowitz, NECJ 33, 2006, 135-6 || Jane Stevenson, CR 57, 2007, 273-5 || Eva M. Stehle, Hermathena 181, 2006, 242-6.

  • Greene, Ellen (ed.). Women poets in ancient Greece and Rome. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. xxi, 234 pp. Simone Viarre, BMCR 2005.11 || Mary R. Lefkowitz, NECJ 33, 2006, 135-6 || Jane Stevenson, CR 57, 2007, 273-5 || Eva M. Stehle, Hermathena 181, 2006, 242-6.

  • Gutzwiller, Kathryn J. 'Genre development and gendered voices in Erinna and Nossis.' In: Yopie Prins and Maeera Shreiber (edd.), Dwelling in Possibility. Women Poets and Critics on Poetry. Ithaca & London: Cornell UP, 1997, 202-22.

  • Gutzwiller, Kathryn J. Poetic Garlands. Hellenistic Epigrams in Context. Berkeley & Los Angeles: UC Press, 1998 (Hellenistic Culture and Society 28). xiii, 358 pp. R.L. Hunter, BMCR 98.6.15 || A. Barchiesi, CW 92, 1998-9, 467-8 || S. Halliwell, G&R 46, 1999, 83-4 || N.Hopkinson, CR 49, 1999, 257 || M. Plantinga, JHS 119, 1999, 188 || P.E. Knox, AJPh 120, 1999, 628-32 || D. Donnet, AC 68, 1999, 376 || L. Argentieri, Athenaeum 89, 2001, 678-81 || M. Gigante, PP 54, 1999, 156-60.

  • Klooster, Jacqueline. Poetry as Window and Mirror. Hellenistic Poets on Predecessors, Contemporaries and Themselves. Diss. University of Amsterdam, 2009. xii, 287 pp.

  • Luck, Georg. ‘Die Dichterinnen der griechischen Anthologie.’ MH 11, 1954, 170-87. Reprinted in: Gerhard Pfohl (ed.). Das Epigramm. Zur Geschichte einer inschriftlichen und literarischen Gattung. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1969, 85-109.

  • Murray, Jackie & Jonathan M. Rowland. 'Gendered Voices in Hellenistic Epigram.' In: Peter Bing & Jon Steffen Bruss (edd.). Brill's Companion to Hellenistic Epigram Down to Philip. Leiden: Brill, 2007 (Brill's Companions in Classical Studies), 211-32.

  • Neri, Camillo. ‘Erinna in Eronda.’ Eikasmos 5, 1994, 221-32.

  • Orsini, F. Carmina novem illustrium feminarum, Sapphus Myrtidis Praxillae Erinnae Corinnae Nossidis Myrus Telesillae Anytae, et Lyricorum […] Aliorumque Fragmenta. Antverpiae 1568, 37-41, 295.

  • Parker, Holt N. ‘An epigram of Nossis (8 GP = AP 6.353).’ CQ 54, 2004, 618-20.

  • Pérez Cabrera, Juana. 'Mujeres escritoras de epigramas en el helenismo.’ Actas del VIII congreso español de estudios clásicos (Madrid, 23-28 de septiembre de 1991). Vol. 2. Madrid: Ed. Clásicas, 1994, 299-305.

  • Pfohl, Gerhard (ed.). Das Epigramm. Zur Geschichte einer inschriftlichen und literarischen Gattung. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1969. vi, 552 pp.

  • Plant, I.M. (ed.). Women Writers of Ancient Greece and Rome. An Anthology. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. viii, 268 pp. Alison Keith, BMCR 2004.07.32.

  • Prioux, Évelyne. Petits musées en vers. Épigrammes et discours sur les collections antiques. Paris: CTHS Editions, 2008 (L'art et l'essai 5). 416 pp. Marco Fantuzzi, AJPh 130, 2009, 294-9 || Gilles Sauron, Topoi 16, 2009, 383-94.

  • Skinner, Marilyn B. ‘Sapphic Nossis.’ Arethusa 22, 1989, 5-18.

  • Skinner, Marilyn B. ‘Aphrodite garlanded. Eros and poetic creativity in Sappho and Nossis.’ In: Francesco De Martino (ed.). Rose di Pieria. Bari, 1991, 79-96.

  • Skinner, Marilyn B. ‘Nossis “thelyglossos.” The private text and the public book.' In: Sarah B. Pomeroy (ed.). Women's History and Ancient History. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1991, 210-47.

  • Skinner, Marilyn B. ‘Ladies’ day at the art institute. Theocritus, Herodas, and the gendered gaze.’ In: André Lardinois & Laura McClure (edd.). Making Silence Speak. Women’s Voices in Greek Literature and Society. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2001, 201-22.

  • Snyder, Jane McIntosh. The Woman and the Lyre. Women Writers in Classical Greece and Rome. Carbondale, IL, 1989.

  • Sofia, A. 'Nosside, Saffo e la lirica d'amore neoegizia.' ARF 8, 2006.

  • Specchia, Ottorino. ‘Nosside.’ Rudiae 5, 1993, 5-33.

  • Tueller, Michael A. Look Who’s Talking: Innovations in Voice and Identity in Hellenistic Epigram. Leuven: Peeters, 2008 (Hellenistica Groningana 13). xii, 231 pp. Marco Fantuzzi, BMCR 2009.09.54.

  • Vara Donado, J. 'Melos y elegia.’ Emerita 40, 1972, 433-51.

  • Wolf, J.C. Poetriarum octo, Erinnae, Myrus, Myrtidis, Corinnae, Telesillae, Praxillae, Nossidis, Anytae, fragmenta et elogia. Hamburgi 1734, 2-25. 

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Last updated: July 2012
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