Moschus

2008-2012
  • Smart, Jonathan. 'Intertextual dynamics in Moschus's Europa.' Arethusa 45.1, 2012, 43-55.

  • Ambühl, Annemarie. 'Narrative Hexameter Poetry.' In: James J. Clauss & Martine Cuypers (edd.). A Companion to Hellenistic Literature. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, 151-65.

  • Ferrucci, Stefania. Zur Rezeption des Europamythos in Italien: von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. Bonn: Romanistischer Verlag, 2010 (Abhandlungen zur Sprache und Literatur 179). 133 pp.

  • Gigante Lanzara, Valeria. 'Megara. Qualche osservazione sulla tecnica compositiva dell'epillio bucolico.' PP 65 No. 370, 2010, 5-14.

  • Reed, Joseph D. 'Idyll 6 and the Development of Bucolic after Theocritus.' In: James J. Clauss & Martine Cuypers (edd.). A Companion to Hellenistic Literature.Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, 238-50.

  • Condello, Federico. 'Mosch. Eur. 69.' Hermes 137, 2009, 498-500.

  • Di Nino, Margherita Maria. 'Le "verità nascoste": consapevole appartenenza a un genere, autoinvestitura e bugie metapoetiche in [Mosco] III.' Philologus 153, 2009, 86-108.

  • Fernandelli, Marco. 'Dall' epillio al grande epos: aspetti della fortuna di Mosco in Virgilio.' In: Françoise Toulze-Morisset (ed.). Formes de l'écriture. Figures de la pensée dans la culture gréco-romaine. Lille: Université Charles-de-Gaulle, 2009 (Collection UL3), 179-204.

  • Hadravová, Alena. 'Antická inspirace stredovekych zoologickych popisu: Memnonidae - Memnonovi ptáci.' SPFB(klas) 14, 2009, 93-111.

  • Rocca, Silvana. 'Una strana navigazione: il viaggio di Europa.' Itineraria 8/9, 2009/10, 389-405.

  • Sistakou, Evina. '"Snapshots" of Myth: The Notion of Time in Hellenistic Epyllion.' In: Jonas Grethlein & Antonios Rengakos (edd.). Narratology and Interpretation. The Content of Narrative Form in Ancient Narrative. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2009 (Trends in Classics Suppl. 4), 293-319.

  • Bottari, Guglielmo. 'Aldegati, Properzio e l'Ila di Teocrito. In: Giuseppe Sandrini (ed.). Studi in onore di Gilberto Lonardi. Verona: Fiorini, 2008, 1-21.

  • Fernandelli, Marco. 'Miti, miti in miniatura, miti senza racconto: note a quattro epilli (Mosch. Eur. 58-62, Catull. 64, 89-90, Verg. georg. IV 507-515, Ou. met. XI 751-795).' CentoPagine 2, 2008, 12-27.

  • Lamari, Anna A. 'Painting a song, singing a painting: ecphrasis in Theocritus Idyll 18.' SemRom 11, 2008, 7-26.

All titles

  • Allen, Don C. ‘Three Poems on Eros.’ In: Bernd Effe (ed.). Theokrit und die griechische Bukolik. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1986 (Wege der Forschung 580), 346-367. Originally published 1956.

  • Alpers, Paul. What is Pastoral? Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. xiv, 429 pp. J.W. Halporn, BMCR 1997.12.15 || R.L. Hunter, CR 47, 1997, 320-2 || R. Faber, Phoenix 54, 2000.

  • Ambühl, Annemarie. 'Narrative Hexameter Poetry.' In: James J. Clauss & Martine Cuypers (edd.). A Companion to Hellenistic Literature. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, 151-65.

  • Arland, W. Nachtheokritische Bukolik bis an die Schwelle der lateinischen Bukolik. Leipzig.

  • Arnott, W. Geoffrey. ‘A collation of the manuscripts of Moschus' Europa.’ CQ 21, 1971, 149-53.

  • Arnott, W. Geoffrey. ‘In defence of the manuscripts at Moschus, Europa 47 and 60.’ CQ 21, 1971, 154-7.

  • Arnott, W. Geoffrey. 'Hellenistica. Notes on Asclepiades, Herodas and Moschus.’ CL 4, 1985, 7-16.

  • Arnott, W. Geoffrey. ‘Hellenistica. Notes on Asclepiades, Herodas and Moschus.’ MPhL 7, 1986, 1-9.

  • Baldwin, Barry. ‘The use of “binein”, “kinein”.’ AJPh 102, 1981, 79-80.

  • Barber, Eric A. 'Moschus.' In: N.G.L. Hammond and H.H. Scullard (edd.). The Oxford Classical Dictionary. Second Edition. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970, 701-2.

  • Barigazzi, Adelmo. 'Sull'epitafio di Bione.’ Maia 19, 1967, 363-9.

  • Bartels, Annette. Vergleichende Studien zur Erzählkunst des römischen Epyllion. Göttingen: Duehrkohp & Radicke, 2004 (GFA Beihefte 14). 244 pp.

  • Baudy, Gerhard J. ‘Hirtenmythos und Hirtenlied. Zu den rituellen Aspekten der bukolischen Dichtung.’ Poetica 25, 1993, 282-318.

  • Baumbach, Manuel & Silvio Bär (edd.). Brill’s Companion to the Greco-Roman Epyllion. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.

  • Beckby, Hermann. Die griechischen Bukoliker. Theokrit, Moschos, Bion. Text, Übersetzung & Kommentar. Meisenheim am Glan: Hain, 1979 (Beiträge zur klassischen Philologie 49). 601 pp. Frederick Griffiths, CPh 72, 1977, 360-1 || M.A. Schwartz, RBPh 55, 1977, 588 || Julia Kerschensteiner, Gnomon 51, 1979, 599-601.

  • Beekes, Robert S.P. ‘Kadmos and Europa, and the Phoenicians.’ Kadmos 43, 2004, 167-84.

  • Bernardinello, S. ‘Le traduzioni latine cinquecentesche dell'Europa di Mosco e la tradizione manoscritta greca.’ Aevum 51, 1977, 37-88.

  • Bernsdorff, Hans. ‘Taucher aus Liebe (zu Poseidipp 19,7-8 A.-B. und Moschos fr. 3 G.).’ ZPE 150, 2004, 36-8.

  • Bernsdorff, Hans. 'The Idea of Bucolic in the Imitators of Theocritus, 3rd-1st century BC.' In: Marco Fantuzzi and Theodore Papanghelis (edd.). Brill's Companion to Greek and Latin Pastoral. Leiden: Brill, 2006 (Brill's Companions in Classical Studies), 167-208.

  • Bottari, Guglielmo. 'Aldegati, Properzio e l'Ila di Teocrito. In: Giuseppe Sandrini (ed.). Studi in onore di Gilberto Lonardi. Verona: Fiorini, 2008, 1-21.

  • Bresciani, A. (tr.) 'Moschi Idyllium latine; aliud eiusdem.' MCr 1934, 439-40.

  • Brioso Sánchez, Máximo. ‘Mosco y Heliodoro. El símil de Etiópicas II,22,4.’ Habis 17, 1986, 117-21.

  • Bühler, Winfried. Moschus, Europa. Text, Übersetzung und Kommentar. Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1960 (Hermes Einzelschriften 13). viii, 247 pp. Pierre Chantraine, RPh 35, 1961, 309-10 || Hugh Lloyd-Jones, Gnomon 33, 1961, 36-8 || Bernard A. van Groningen, Mnemosyne 14, 1961, 158 || T. Fontenrose, AJPh 83, 1962, 304-7 || Jean Irigoin, REG 76, 1963, 421-7 || Jasper Griffin, CR 14, 1964, 255-7 || R.J. Smutny, CPh 60, 1965, 72-5 || W. Geoffrey Arnott, CQ 11, 1971, 149-53.

  • Campbell, Malcolm. Index verborum in Moschum et Bionem. Hildesheim: Olms, 1987 (Alpha-Omega, Reihe A, Band 89). vi, 96 pp.

  • Campbell, Malcolm. Moschus, Europa. Edited with Introduction and Commentary. Hildesheim: Olms-Weidmann, 1991 (Altertumswissenschaftliche Texte und Studien 19). xii, 144 pp. James J. Clauss, BMCR 1992.3.2 = pp. 176-8 || Winfried Bühler, Gnomon 66, 1994, 108-11 || Frederick Williams, CR 44, 1994, 433-4 || M.T. Molinos Tejada, Emerita 62, 1994, 190 || J.-L. Perpillou, RPh 64, 1990, 210-1 || Daniel Donnet, AC 62, 1993, 285.

  • Casadio, Valerio. ‘Catull. III 1 ss.’ MCr 21/22, 1986/87, 337-8.

  • Chamberlin, H.H. Last flowers. A translation of Moschus and Bion. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1937. v, 81 pp. TLS 1937, 577 || Murphy, CW 31, 1937, 30 || Dunkel, CPh 1939, 92 || Smiley, CJ 36, 1941, 304 || E.S. Forster, CR 51, 1937, 222.

  • Chambry, E. (tr., ann.). Les bucoliques grecs. Théocrite, Moschos, Bion. Paris 1931. 247 pp.

  • Colaclides, P. ‘Concerning “theotauros”.’ Glotta 56, 1978, 271-2.

  • Colombo, Angelo. ‘Autour de l’Europe de Moschos. La tradition de l’idylle dans quelques traductions italiennes (fin XVIIIe-début XIXe siècles).’ In: In: Rémy Poignault, Françoise Lecocq & Odile Wattel-de Croizant (edd.). D’Europe à l’Europe. II. Mythe et identité du XIXe siècle à nos jours. Actes du colloque tenu à Caen (30 septembre-2 octobre 1999). Centre de Recherches A. Piganiol. Tours 2000 (Caesarodunum 33bis), 21-39.

  • Condello, Federico. 'Mosch. Eur. 69.' Hermes 137, 2009, 498-500.

  • Cordié, C. ‘L'umanista Antonio Pelotti, traduttore dell'Amor fuggitivo di Mosco (con documenti e componimenti inediti).’ RIL 83, 1950, 425-38.

  • Costa Ramalho A. da. ‘Uma bucólica grega em Gil Vicente.’ Humanitas 15/16, 1963/64, 328-47.

  • Cusset, Christophe. ‘Le jeu poétique dans l’Europé de Moschos.’ BAGB 2001, 62-82.

  • Cytowska, M. ‘De auctoris anonymi saec. XVII tragoedia de Christi passione.’ Meander 19, 1964, 463-6.

  • Czapla, Beate. ‘Der Kuß des geflügelten Eros. Figurationen des Liebesgottes in Moschos 1 und Bion Aposp. 13 Gow als hellenistische Kontrafakturen des “glukupikron amachanon herpeton”.’ In: M. Annette Harder, Remco F. Regtuit & Gerry C. Wakker (edd.). Beyond the Canon. Leuven: Peeters, 2006 (Hellenistica Groningana 11), 61-82.

  • Dartung, J.A. Die Bukoliker. Theokrit, Bion und Moschus. Ed. & tr. Leipzig 1858.

  • Di Nino, Margherita Maria. ‘Le “verità nascoste”: consapevole appartenenza a un genere, autoinvestitura e bugie metapoetiche in [Mosco] III.’ Philologus 153, 2009, 86-108.

  • Dick, B.F. 'Ancient pastoral and the pathetic fallacy.’ CompLit 20, 1968,27-44.

  • Dihle, Albrecht. ‘Theocritus and Bucolic Poetry.’ In: A History of Greek Literature, from Homer to the Hellenistic Period. Transl. C. Krojzl. London & New York 1994, 272-80.

  • Dornseiff, Franz. ‘Zu Moschos' Europe.’ RhM 98, 1955, 180-4.

  • Edmonds, John M. Greek Bucolic Poets (Theocritus, Bion, Moschus). Edited with a translation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1912 (Loeb Classical library).

  • Edmonds, John M. Some Greek Poems of Love and Beauty translated into English verse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1937. iv, 69 pp. E.S. Forster, CR 51, 1937, 222.

  • Effe, Bernd (ed.). Theokrit und die griechische Bukolik. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1986 (Wege der Forschung 580). vi, 464 pp. Cresci, Maia 39, 1987, 262-3 || F. Vian, REG 100, 1987, 171-2 || Jakob, Arcadia 23, 1988, 176-7 || I.-M. Weiss, QUCC 60, 1989, 152-4.

  • Effe, Bernd & Gerhard Binder. Die antike Bukolik. Eine Einführung. München & Zürich 1989.

  • Effe, Bernd & Gerhard Binder. Antike Hirtendichtung. Eine Einführung. 2. überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage. Düsseldorf: Artemis & Winkler, 2001. 240 pp. Georg Graf von Vries, Gymnasium 111, 2004, 576-7.

  • Elsner, Ja . ‘Seeing and saying. A psychoanalytic account of ekphrasis.’ Helios 31, 2004, 157-86.

  • Estevez, V.A. ‘“Apôleto kalos Adônis.” A description of Bion’s refrain.’ Maia 33, 1981, 35-42.

  • Faber, Riemer. Ecphrasis in Hellenistic Poetry. Diss. University of Toronto, 1992. AAT NN78721. DAI-A 54.5, 1992/93, 1788.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco. ‘Imitazione teocritea e innovazioni nella poesia “bucolica” post-teocritea.’ In: Giuseppe Ramires (ed.). Teocrito nella storia della poesia bucolica. Atti del convegno nazionale Milazzo 7-8 novembre 1998. Associazione Italiana di Cultura Classica, Delegazione “Manara Valgimigli” Milazzo. Milano: SPES Editrice, 1999, 61-84.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco. ‘Moschos (3).’ Der Neue Pauly 8, 2000, 414-5.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco. ‘Teocrito e il genere bucolico.’ In: Marco Fantuzzi & Richard Hunter. Muse e modelli. La poesia ellenistica da Allessandro Magno ad Augusto. Roma & Bari: Laterza, 2002, 177-262. André Hurst, MH 59, 2002, 255 || Guillermo Galán Vioque, Emerita 71, 2003, 360-2 || Karin Volk, CR 53, 2003, 28-9 || William A. Beck, BMCR 2003.01.01.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco. 'Amore pastorale e amore elegiaco, tra Grecia e Roma .' In: Luigi Belloni, Lia de Finis & Gabriella Moretti (edd.). L'officina ellenistica. Poesia dotta e popolare in Grecia e a Roma. Trento: Università degli studi di Trento, Dipartimento di Scienze filologiche e storiche, 2003 (Labirinti 69), 169-98.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco. ‘Pastoral love and “elegiac” love, from Greece to Rome.’ LICS 2.3, 2003, 11 pp.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco & Richard Hunter. ‘Epic in a minor key.’ In: Tradition and Innovation in Hellenistic Poetry. Cambridge: CUP, 2004, 191-245.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco & Theodore Papanghelis (edd.). Brill’s Companion to Greek and Latin Pastoral. Leiden: Brill, 2006 (Brill's Companions in Classical Studies).

  • Fernandelli, Marco. ‘Miti, miti in miniatura, miti senza racconto: note a quattro epilli (Mosch. Eur. 58-62, Catull. 64, 89-90, Verg. georg. IV 507-515, Ou. met. XI 751-795).’ CentoPagine 2, 2008, 12-27.

  • Fernandelli, Marco. 'Dall' epillio al grande epos: aspetti della fortuna di Mosco in Virgilio.' In: Françoise Toulze-Morisset (ed.). Formes de l'écriture. Figures de la pensée dans la culture gréco-romaine. Lille: Université Charles-de-Gaulle, 2009 (Collection UL3), 179-204.

  • Ferrucci, Stefania. Zur Rezeption des Europamythos in Italien: von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. Bonn: Romanistischer Verlag, 2010 (Abhandlungen zur Sprache und Literatur 179). 133 pp.

  • Fucilla, Joseph G. 'Additions to "The first Idyl of Moschus in Imitations to the Year 1800".' AJPh 50, 1929, 190-3.

  • Fucilla, Joseph G. 'Materials for the history of a popular classical theme.' CPh 1931, 135-52.

  • Gaertner, Jan Felix. ‘[Mosch.] 3.88 und Pindars Geburtsort.’ AAntHung 41, 2001, 263-6.

  • Gallavotti, Carlo. Theocritus quique feruntur bucolici Graeci. Recensuit C.G. Roma: Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato, 1946 (Scriptores Graeci e Latini consilio Academiae Lynceorum editi). lxx, 331 pp. 2nd edn 1955. lxxv, 331 pp. 3rd edn 1993. 383 pp. 1st edition: A. Colonna, Paideia 2, 1947, 224-8 || A. Tovar, AFC 4, 1947-49, 15-89 || W.C. Helmbold, CPh 1949, 46-58 || 2nd edition: G. Tarditi, PP 10, 1955, 157 || 3rd edition: Frederick Williams, CR 46, 1996, 154-5 || Sarah B. Pomeroy, CR 46, 1996, 154-5 || Jose Guillermo Montes Cala, Emerita 44, 1996, 375-7 || Maria Grazia Albiani, Eikasmos 6, 1995, 390-405.

  • García Teijeiro, Manuel & María Teresa Molinos Tejada. Bucólicos griegos. Introducción, traducciones y notas. Madrid: Gredos, 1986 (Biblioteca clásica Gredos 95). 372 pp.

  • Giangrande, Giuseppe. ‘Zwei anspielende Ausdrücke des Moschos.’ Eranos 64, 1966, 22-6.

  • Giangrande, Giuseppe. ‘On Moschus' Megara.’ CQ 19, 1969, 181-4.

  • Giangrande, Giuseppe. ‘On Moschus’ Megara.’ AC 66, 1997, 261-9.

  • Gigante Lanzara, Valeria. ‘Megara. Qualche osservazione sulla tecnica compositiva dell'epillio bucolico.’ PP 65 No. 370, 2010, 5-14.

  • Gigante Lanzara, Valeria. 'Il sogno di Europa.' PP 62 (357), 2007, 419-25.

  • Gow, Andrew S.F. 'Bucolica.' CR 41, 1927, 166-9.

  • Graverini, Luca. ‘Sulle ali del vento. Evoluzione di un'immagine, tra Ovidio e Apuleio.’ Prometheus 25, 1999, 343-6.

  • Gutzwiller, Kathryn J. Studies in the Hellenistic Epyllion. Meisenheim/Königstein: Hain, 1981 (Beiträge zur klassischen Philologie 114). 96 pp. Jerry Clack, CW 76, 1982, 57 || Coulie, LEC 51, 1983, 180 || Adrian S. Hollis, CR 33, 1983, 130 || Arnould, BAGB 43, 1984, 87 || Georges Nachtergael, AC 53, 1984, 364 || Bernd Effe, AAHG 38, 1985, 9-11.

  • Haber, J. Pastoral and the poetics of self-contradiction. Cambridge: CUP, 1994. xiv, 218 pp.

  • Hadravová, Alena. ‘Antická inspirace stredovekych zoologickych popisu: Memnonidae - Memnonovi ptáci.’ SPFB(klas) 14, 2009, 93-111.

  • Hallard, J.H. Theocritus, Bion and Moschus. Translated with an introduction on Greek bucolic poetry. 4th edition. London: Routledge, 1924. 220 pp. J.W. Duff, CR 1926, 32.

  • Harrison, Stephen J. ‘Picturing the future. The proleptic ekphrasis from Homer to Vergil.’ In: Stephen J. Harrison (ed.). Texts, Ideas and the Classics. Scholarship, Theory, and Classical Literature. Oxford: OUP, 2001, 70-92.

  • Himmelmann, Nikolaus. Über Hirten-Genre in der antiken Kunst. Opladen 1980 (Abhandlungen der rheinisch-westfälischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 65). 174 pp., 80 pls. Bazant, LF 104, 1981, 70-1 || Fink, RQA 76, 1981, 111-16 || Geyer, Arcadia 17, 1982, 302-7 || Recio, RAC 58, 1982, 420-5 || Sichtermann, Gymnasium 89, 1982, 159-61 || Paul-Zinserling, DLZ 106, 1985, 740-3

  • Holden, Anthony. Greek Pastoral Poetry: Theocritus, Bion, Moschus, the Pattern Poems. Translated with introduction and notes. Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1974 (Penguin Classics L294). 249 pp. G. Lawall, CW 69,1976, 347-8.

  • Hollis, Adrian. 'The Hellenistic Epyllion and Its Descendants.' in S.F. Johnson (ed.). Greek Literature in Late Antiquity. Dynamism, Didacticism, Classicism. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006, 141-58.

  • Hopkinson, Neil. A Hellenistic Anthology. Cambridge: CUP, 1988 (CGLC). xiv, 288 pp. D. Donnet, AC 58, 1989, 281-4 || G.O. Hutchinson, JHS 109, 1989, 236-7 || L. Lehnus, Maia 41, 1989, 79-80 || I.A. Rutherford, G&R 36, 1989, 99 || D. Vessey, CR 39, 1989, 184-5 || J. Clack, CW 83, 1989/90, 243 || D. Donnet, LEC 58, 1990, 287-8 || H. White, SicGymn 44, 1991, 323-30 || W.H. Mineur, Mnemosyne 45, 1992, 115-8.

  • Houriez, Annie. ‘D'Eschyle à Ovide. Le traitement du mythe d'Io à travers divers genres littéraires.’ Uranie 2, 1992, 43-62.

  • Hunter, Richard L. ‘Raconti epici, ma non troppo.’ In: Marco Fantuzzi & Richard Hunter. Muse e modelli. La poesia ellenistica da Allessandro Magno ad Augusto. Roma & Bari: Laterza, 2002, 263-332. André Hurst, MH 59, 2002, 255 || Guillermo Galán Vioque, Emerita 71, 2003, 360-2 || Karin Volk, CR 53, 2003, 28-9 || William A. Beck, BMCR 2003.01.01.

  • Hunter, Richard L. ‘Theocritus and Moschus.’ In: Irene J.F. de Jong, René Nünlist & Angus Bowie (edd.). Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives in Ancient Greek Literature. Leiden: Brill, 2004 (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 1 / Mnemosyne Suppl. 257), 83-97. Ruth Scodel, BMCR 2005.07.48 || Konstantin Doulamis, AN 5, 2005, 108-16.

  • Hutton, James. 'The first idyl of Moschus in imitations to the year 1800.' AJPh 1928, 105-36.

  • IJzeren, Jozef van. ‘Moschus' Voortvluchtige Eros’ [Dutch translation]. Hermeneus 31, 1959, 16.

  • Irigoin, Jean. ‘L'Europé de Moschos.’ REG 76, 1963, 421-7.

  • Kanakis, A.Ph. Biônos Smurniou kai Moschou Surakosiou Eidullia. Keim., metafr. pezê kai emmetroz., scholia. Syra: Phreris, 1969. 129 pp. Platon 21, 1969, 380.

  • Kegel-Brinkgreve, E. The Echoing Woods. Bucolic and Pastoral from Theocritus to Wordsworth. Amsterdam 1990. 625 pp.

  • Klinger, W. (tr.) 'Moschus, Europa.' Meander 2, 1947, 175-81.

  • Klinger, W. (tr.). ‘[Moschus] Wiersze.’ Meander 7, 1952.

  • Kost, Karlheinz. 'Moschos.' In: Hatto H. Schmitt & Ernst Vogt (ed.). Lexikon des Hellenismus. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2005, 710-16.

  • Kuhlmann, Peter. ‘Moschos’ Europa zwischen Artifizialität und Klassizismus. Der Mythos als verkehrte Welt.’ RhM 147, 2004, 276-93.

  • Lamari, Anna A. ‘Painting a song, singing a painting: ecphrasis in Theocritus Idyll 18.’ SemRom 11, 2008, 7-26.

  • Lambert, E.Z. The Pastoral Elegy from Theocritus to Milton. A Critical Study. Diss. Yale University, New Haven, 1969. 331 pp. Summary: DA 31, 1970, 1233A.

  • Landolfi, Luciano. ‘Europa. Da Mosco a Ovidio.’ BStudLat 24, 1994, 500-26.

  • Legrand, Philippe-Ernest. Bucoliques grecs. Texte et traduction. Tome I: Théocrite. Tome II: Pseudo-Théocrite, Moschos, Bion, divers. Paris: Presses universitaires de France / Les Belles Lettres, 1925-1927 (Collection des universités de France). xxxiv, 221 & xiv, 284 pp. 3rd edn. 1946; 4th 1953. Vol. 1: Taccone, BFC 33, 1-4 || A.S.F. Gow, CR 1926, 173 || JHS 1926, 275 || S.R., RA 24, 309 || Ath 4, 115 || Hubaux, BMB 1927, 18-21 || S.R., RA 1926, 2.3.9 || A.R., RF 1926, 257 -- Vol. 2: Hubaux, BMB 1927, 191 || A.S.F. Gow, CR 41, 1927, 240 || Morel, PhW 1928, 481-9 || Reinach, RA 27, 1928, 219 || Taccone, BFC 35, 1928, 81 || Oguse, RCr 1930, 210-13 || Renauld, RU 1929, 151 & 1930, 56.

  • Létoublon, Françoise. ‘Le rêve d’Europe chez Moschos et l’identité européenne.’ In: Rémy Poignault & Odile Wattel-de Croizant (edd.). D’Europe à l’Europe. I. Le mythe d'Europe dans l'art et la culture de l’Antiquité au XVIIIe siècle. Actes du colloque tenu à l'ENS, Paris (24-26 avril 1997). Centre de Recherches A. Piganiol. Tours 1998 (Caesarodunum 31bis), 81-9. R. Martin, REL 76, 1998, 464.

  • Ludwig, Walther. ‘“Gineto” bei Moschos und Kallimachos.’ Hermes 89, 1961, 185-90.

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  • Marzo Raminella, L. ‘Mosco imitatore di Omero.’ Maia 4, 1951, 262-79.

  • Matthews, Richard J.H. ‘A sylloge of minor bucolics.’ Antichthon 28, 1994, 25-51.

  • Maxwell, Sue. 'An Addition to "The first Idyl of Moschus in Imitations ot the Year 1800".' AJPh 64, 435-9.

  • Meerwaldt, J.D. ‘Oproep tot arrestatie van een voortvluchtige.’ Hermeneus 31, 1959, 41-6.

  • Meineke, August. Theocritus, Bion, Moschus. Berlin 1856.

  • Merriam, Carol U. The feminine world of the epyllion. Diss. Ohio State University, Columbus, 1993. 150 pp. Microfilm: AAC 94-12019.

  • Merriam, Carol U. The Development of the Epyllion Genre through the Hellenistic and Roman Periods. Lewiston, NY: Mellen Press, 2001 (Studies in Classics 14). x, 182 pp. María Guadalupe Erro, Ordia Prima 2, 2003, 211-14.

  • Mignogna, Elisa. ‘Europa o Selene? Achille Tazio e Mosco o il ritorno dell'“inversione”.’ Maia 45, 1993, 171-83.

  • Miller, Marion Mills. The Greek Idylls. Translations in verse of Theocritus, Bion, and Moschus. Lexington, KY: The Maxwelton Company, 1926.

  • Montes Cala, José Guillermo. ‘Los exempla mitológicos en la bucólica griega.’ In: Juan Antonio López Férez (ed.). Mitos en la literatura griega helenística e imperial. Madrid: Ediciones Clásicas, 2003 (Estudios de Filología Griega 8), 55-77. Federico Condello, Eikasmos 15, 2004, 542-50 || Luis Miguel Pino Campos, Fortunatae 15, 2004, 221-4 || J.M. Jacques, LEC 72, 2004, 360 || Stephen M. Trzaskoma, CR 57, 2007, 365-7 || Christophe Cusset, REA 108, 2006.

  • Morton, Christine. The Ambiguity of Women in Hellenistic Poetry. MLit. Trinity College, Dublin, 2005. 169 pp.

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