Hermesianax

2008-2012

  • Gärtner, Thomas. 'Der Erotikerkatalog in der Elegie Leontion des Hermesianax von Kolophon: Uberlegungen zu Aufbau und Uberlieferung.' ZPE 180, 2012, 77-103.

  • Gallé Cejudo, Rafael J. 'El exemplum mitológico en la elegía helenística: la función paradigmática en formulación expresa, conjetural y otras hipótesis metaliterarias.' In: Aurelio Pérez Jiménez & Inés Calero Secall (edd.). Doron mnemosynes. Miscellanéa de estudios ofrecidos a Ma. Ángeles Durán López. Zaragoza: Pórtico Librerías, 2011, 141-54.

  • Lightfoot, Jane L. (ed., trans.). Hellenistic Collection: Philitas, Alexander of Aetolia, Hermesianax, Euphorion, Parthenius. Cambridge, MA & London: Harvard University Press, 2009 (Loeb Classical Library 508). xix, 662 pp. Giambattista D'Alessio, BMCR 2011.05.62 || Michael A. Tueller, CW 104.4, 2011, 512-13/

  • Prioux, Évelyne. 'Le portrait perdu et retrouvé du poète Philitas de Cos: Posidippe 63 A.-B. et IG XIV, 2486.' ZPE 166, 2008, 66-72.

  • Spanoudakis, Konstantinos. 'Fragmentary Pleasures. Some Minor Figures.' In: Flora Manakidou & Konstantinos Spanoudakis (edd.). Alexandrian Muse. Continuity and Innovation in Hellenistic Poetry. Athens: Gutenberg, 2008.

All titles

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