Tragedy

2006–2010

  • Bächle, Nicholas. Metrical Constraints and the Interpretation of Style in the Tragic Trimeter. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007 (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches). xiv, 343 pp.
  • Baldarelli, Beatrice. ‘Schuld und Sühne im dionysischen Mythos: die Bestrafung der Kadmostöchter.’ GB 25, 2006, 71-91.
  • Bärtschi, Annette M. & Thorsten Fögen. ‘Zauberinnen und Hexen in der antiken Literatur.’ Gymnasium 113, 2006, 223-251.
  • Berman, Daniel W. ‘Dirce at Thebes.’ G&R 54, 2007, 18-39.
  • Bessone, Federica. ‘Un mito da dimenticare. Tragedia e memoria epica nella Tebaide.’ MD 56, 2006.
  • Boyle, Anthony J., . Roman Tragedy. London & New York: Routledge, 2006. 303 pp.
  • Carrara, Paolo. ‘Editori e commentari di Euripide della prima età ellenistica.’ In: Roberto Pretagostino & Emanuele Dettori (edd.). La cultura letteraria ellenistica. Persistenza, innovazione, trasmissione. Atti del Convegno COFIN 2003, Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”, 19-21 settembre 2005. Roma: Quasar 2007 (Quaderni SemRom 10), 247-55.
  • Carvounis, Katerina & Richard Hunter. ‘Introduction.’ In: Katarina Carvounis & Richard Hunter (edd.). Signs of Life? Studies in Later Greek Poetry = Ramus 37.1-2, 2008, 1ff.
  • Creese, David. ‘Erogenous organs: the metamorphosis of Polyphemus’ syrinx in Ovid, Metamorphoses 13.784.’ CQ 59, 2009, 562-77.
  • De Grummond, Nancy T. Etruscan Myth, Sacred History, and Legend. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2006. xvi, 270 pp., 215 ills. Barry B. Powell, BMCR 2007.06.16 ().
  • Delavaud-Roux, Marie-Helène. ‘La danse dionysiaque, un modele d’expression pour les personnes agees? (Nonnos, Dionysiaques, XIX,159-224).’ LEC 77, 2009, 3-22.
  • Dinter, Martin T. ‘Tragedy and Epigram.’ In: Ettore Cingano & Lucio Milano (edd.). Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East. Proceedings of the “Advanced Seminar in the Humanities,” Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: SARGON Editrice e Libreria, 2008 (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità e del Vicino Oriente, Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia 4), 213-30.
  • Dué, Casey. The Captive Woman’s Lament in Greek Tragedy. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006. 216 pp. W. Tyson Hausdoerffer, BMCR 2006.08.01.
  • Durbec, Yannick. ‘L’Alexanda de Lycophron, un drame en cinq actes. Questions de structure.’ PP 63 (362/363), 2009, 429-36.
  • Fantuzzi, Marco. ‘Callimaco, l’epigramma, il teatro.’ In: Guido Bastianini & Angelo Casanova (edd.). Callimaco: cent’anni di papiri. Atti del convegno internazionale di studi, Firenze, 9-10 giugno 2005. Firenze: Istituto Papirologico G. Vitelli, 2006 (Studi e testi di papirologia n.s. 8), 69-87. Serena Cannavale, A&R n.s. 1, 2007, 73-9 || Valentina Garulli, Eikasmos 18, 2007, 451-6 || Jean Lenaerts, CE 83, 2008, 351-4 || Daniela Colomo, Tyche 22, 2007, 227-30.
  • Fantuzzi, Marco. ‘Dioscoride e la storia del teatro.’ In: Roberto Pretagostino & Emanuele Dettori (edd.). La cultura letteraria ellenistica. Persistenza, innovazione, trasmissione. Atti del Convegno COFIN 2003, Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”, 19-21 settembre 2005. Roma: Quasar 2007 (Quaderni SemRom 10), 105-23.
  • Faraone, Christopher A. ‘Mystery cults and incantations: evidence for Orphic charms in Euripides’ Cyclops 646-48?’ RhM 151, 2008, 127-42.
  • Gammacurta, Tatiana. Papyrologica scaenica. Alessandria: Edizioni dell’Orso, 2006 (Hellenica 20). 294 pp.
  • Garstad, Benjamin. ‘The oaths in Euripides’ Medea.’ Arctos 40, 2006, 47-64.
  • Gärtner, Thomas. ‘AP 5.209 = HE 980-7 Gow/Page = Poseidipp epigr. 128 Austin/Bastianini = Asklepiades epigr. 36 Clack. The earliest allusion to the hero-and-Leander-myth?’ Mnemosyne 62, 2009, 451-8.
  • Garulli, Valentina. ‘Cleombroto di Ambracia e il “lector in fabula” in Callimaco (Call. Epigr. 23 Pf.).’ Lexis 25, 2007, 325-36.
  • Gildenhard, Ingo & Martin Revermann. (edd.). Beyond the fifth century: interactions with Greek tragedy from the fourth century BCE to the Middle Ages. Berlin; New York: De Gruyter, 2010. viii, 441 pp.
  • Giuseppetti, Massimo. ‘Ecale, un’eroina tra epos e tragedia.’ QUCC 88, 2008, 39-56.
  • Hunter, Richard L. The Shadow of Callimachus. Studies in the Reception of Hellenistic poetry at Rome. Cambridge: CUP, 2006 (Roman Literature and its Contexts). xi, 162 pp. Markus Asper, Gnomon 80, 2008, 596-600 || Thierry Barbaud, REL 85, 2007, 348-9 || James J. Clauss, BMCR 2007.07.51 || Gordon L. Fain, Latomus 67, 2008, 1102-4 || Serena Ferrando, Maia 60, 2008, 111-13 || A.S. Gratwick, JHS 98, 2008, 225-7 || Christine Kossaifi, REG 121, 2008, 409-11 || Giulio Massimilla, CR 59, 2009, 140-2 || Peter E. Knox, CW 101, 2008, 564-5 || Adolf Köhnken, Gymnasium 115, 2008, 285-7 || Doris Meyer, www.sehepunkte.de 8.9, 2008 || Maxime Pierre, Anabases no.8, 2008, 293-4.
  • Jouteur, Isabelle. (ed.). La théâtralité de l’œuvre ovidienne. Nancy: Association pour la diffusion de la recherche sur l’antiquité (A.D.R.A.), 2009 (Études anciennes 40). 274 pp.
  • Karamanou, Ioanna. Euripides, Danae and Dictys. Introduction, Text and Commentary. München & Leipzig: Saur, 2006 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 228). 290 pp.
  • Kühr, Angela. Als Kadmos nach Boiotien kam. Polis und Ethnos im Spiegel thebanischer Gründungsmythen. Stuttgart: Steiner, 2006 (Hermes Einzelschriften 98). 377 pp.
  • Kutzko, David. ‘All the World’s a Page: Imitation of Metatheater in Theocritus 15, Herodas 1 and Virgil Eclogues 3.’ CJ 103, 2008, 141-61.
  • Liapis, Vayos. ‘Intertextuality as irony. Heracles in epic and in Sophocles.’ G&R 53, 2006, 48-59.
  • Merro, G. ‘Apollodoro, Asclepiade di Tragilo ed Eschilo in Scholl. Eur. Rh 91e e 922.’ RFIC 134, 2006, 26-52.
  • Noussia, Maria. ‘Fragments of “Cynic tragedy”.’ In: M. Annette Harder, Remco F. Regtuit & Gerry C. Wakker (edd.). Beyond the Canon. Leuven: Peeters, 2006 (Hellenistica Groningana 11), 185-203.
  • Olson, Ryan S. Tragedy, authority, and trickery: the poetics of embedded letters in Josephus. Washington, DC: Center for Hellenic Studies / Harvard University Press, 2010 (Hellenic studies 42). xiv, 254 pp.
  • Panoussi, Vassiliki. Greek Tragedy in Vergil’s Aeneid. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 272 pp.
  • Petrides, Antonis K. ‘Verbalizing / Visualising: Theatrical Masks and the Greek Epigram.’ CQ 59, 2009, 494-504.
  • Pòrtulas, Jaume. ‘Aeschyli progenies.’ In: José Vicente Bañuls, Francesco De Martino & Carmen Morenilla (edd.). El teatro clásico en el marco de la cultura griega y su pervivencia en la cultura occidental 11. Teatro y sociedad en la Antigüedad clásica: las relaciones de poder en época de crisis. Bari: Levante, 2008 (Le Rane 50), 297-328.
  • Ragno, Tiziana. Il teatro nel racconto. Studi sulla fabula scenica della matrona di Efeso. Bari: Palomar, 2009 (Tyche 3). 572 pp.
  • Sandin, Pär. ‘Two fragments and an epigram (Pind. fr. 52a, Eur. fr. 898 R., AP 7.77).’ Lexis 26, 2008, 95-7.
  • Schiesaro, Alessandro. ‘Furthest voices in Virgil’s Dido [1].’ SIFC n.s. 6, 2008, 60-109.
  • Secci, Davide A. ‘Ovid Met. 9.1-97: through the eyes of Achelous.’ G&R 56, 2009, 34-54.
  • Sens, Alexander. ‘Hellenistic Tragedy and Lycophron’s Alexandra.’ In: James J. Clauss & Martine Cuypers (edd.). A Companion to Hellenistic Literature. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, 297-313.
  • Torrance, Isabelle. Aeschylus, Seven Against Thebes. London: Duckworth, 2007 (Duckworth Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy). 174 pp.
  • Torrance, Isabelle. ‘The princess’s gruesome death and Medea 1079.’ CQ 57, 2007, 286-9.
  • Trachsel, Alexandra. ‘La fin de l’Idylle 5 de Théocrite: une question de balance?’ Mnemosyne 59, 2006, 348-73.
  • West, Stephanie. ‘The amphisbaena’s antecedents.’ CQ 56, 2006, 290-1.
  • Ypsilanti, Maria. ‘“Ouk emos ho muthos”: Callimachus’ use of the story of Melanippe in his Bath of Pallas.’ QUCC 92, 2009, 105-17.
  • Zeitlin, Froma I. Under the Sign of the Shield. Semiotics and Aeschylus’ Seven Against Thebes. Second Edition (first published 1982). Lanham: Lexington Books, 2009 (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches.). xix, 176 pp.

All titles

  • Agosti, Gianfranco. ‘Crudeltà dionisiache dall’alto impero.’ AnPap 13, 2001, 115-48.

  • Allan, William. Euripides, Medea . London: Duckworth, 2002 (Duckworth Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy). 143 pp. E.M. Griffiths, CR 54, 2003, 36-7 || B. Van Zyl Smit, Scholia Reviews 12, 2003 || M. Dubischar, BMCR 2003.05.26.

  • Allen, T.W. ‘On the composition of some Greek manuscripts.’ JPh 22, 1894, 157-63.

  • Amato, Eugenio. ‘Su due improbabili citazioni dai Korinthiaka di Eumelo (F2; 8 Bernabé = 12 Davies). Un nuovo frammento lirico di autore incerto (Eschilo?) e un oraculo sibillino.’ Emerita 70, 2002, 45-68

  • Andrisano, Angela. ‘Theocr. VII 61 s.’ MCr 21/22, 1986/87, 267-75.

  • Angiò, Francesca. ‘Eschilo e Posidippo (Ag. 434-436; 438-444 e P.Mil.Vogl. VIII 309, col. V 26-31).’ GIF 54, 2002, 211-5.

  • Argenio, R. ‘Ricostruzione dell’Antiope di Pacuvio.’ RSC 6, 1958, 50-8.

  • Austin, Norman J. Helen of Troy and her Shameless Phantom. 1994.

  • Auwers, J.M. ‘Leçon de grec; Hellenes kai barbaroi.’ LEC 51, 1983, 261-5.

  • Bächle, Nicholas. Metrical Constraints and the Interpretation of Style in the Tragic Trimeter. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007 (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches). xiv, 343 pp.

  • Bacon, J.R. The Voyage of the Argonauts. London 1925.

  • Bagordo, Andreas. Reminiszenzen früher Lyrik bei den attischen Tragikern. Beiträge zur Anspielungstechnik und poetischen Tradition. München: Beck, 2003 (Zetemata 118). 288 pp. John Davidson, BMCR 2004.10.16 || J. Stenger, Gymnasium 113, 2006, 68-70 || A.D. Morrison, CR 56, 2006, 284-5.

  • Baldarelli, Beatrice. ‘Schuld und Sühne im dionysischen Mythos: die Bestrafung der Kadmostöchter.’ GB 25, 2006, 71-91.

  • Barkhuizen, J.H. ‘The psychological characterisation of Medea in Apollonius of Rhodes, Argonautica 3.744-824.’ AClass 22, 1979, 33-48.

  • Bärtschi, Annette M. & Thorsten Fögen. ‘Zauberinnen und Hexen in der antiken Literatur.’ Gymnasium 113, 2006, 223-251.

  • Baumstark, A. ‘Die zweite Achilleus-Trilogie des Aeschylos.’ Philologus 55, 1896, 277-306.

  • Beck, Jan-Wilhelm. Medeas Chor. Euripides’ politische Lösung. Mit einer vergleichenden Betrachtung von 14 weiteren ‘Medea’-Dramen. Göttingen: Duehrkohp & Radicke, 2002 (GFA Beihefte 9). 51 pp.

  • Belardinelli, Anna Maria. ‘Il dolore di Fedra: nota a Hipp. 139-140.’ In: Onofrio Vox (ed.). Ricerche euripidee. Lecce: Pensa Multimedia, 2003 (Satura 1), 47-57.

  • Beltrametti, Anna. Eros e maternità. Quel che resta del conflitto tragico di Medea .’ In: Bruno Gentili & Franca Perusino (edd.). Medea nella letteratura e nell’arte. Venezia: Marsilio Editori, 2000, 43-65.

  • Berman, Daniel W. ‘Dirce at Thebes.’ G&R 54, 2007, 18-39.

  • Bessone, Federica. ‘Un mito da dimenticare. Tragedia e memoria epica nella Tebaide.’ MD 56, 2006.

  • Bezantakos, Nikolaos P. ‘Le Philoctète de Sophocle et Néoptolème dans les Posthomerica de Quintus de Smyrne.’ Parnassos 34, 1992, 151-7.

  • Bornmann, Fritz. ‘Der Text der Phönissen des Euripides und der Demeterhymnus des Kallimachos.’ ZPE 91, 1992, 15-7.

  • Borza, Élie. ‘Une traduction latine de Sophocle du XVe siècle. Problèmes d’attribution et tentatives de réponse.’ StudUmanistPiceni 16, 1996, 17-31.

  • Boyle, Anthony J., . Roman Tragedy. London & New York: Routledge, 2006. 303 pp.

  • Bravo, Benedetto. ‘“Pelates.” Storia di una parola e di una nozione.’ PP 51, 1996, 268-89.

  • Brunner, T.F. ‘Euôu.’ ZPE 66, 1986, 292.

  • Bushnell, Rebecca. (ed.). A Companion to Tragedy. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2005. 556 pp.

  • Butrica, James L. ‘Democrates and Euripides’ Andromache (Sch. Andr. 445 = Callimachus Fr. 451 Pfeiffer).’ Hermes 129, 2001, 188-97.

  • Canfora, Luciano. ‘L’epitafio per Euripide.’ In: Luigi Belloni, Guido Milanese & Antonietta Porro (edd.). Studia classica Iohanni Tarditi oblata. Milano: Vita e Pensiero, 1995 (Bibliotheca di Aevum Antiquum 7), I.603-605.

  • Cannatà Fera, Maria. ‘Metateatro e intertestualità. Lo Scudo di Menandro, Elena e Ifigenia Taurica di Euripide.’ 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), 117-29.

  • Capovilla, Giovanni. ‘Nuovi contributi a Callimaco.’ SIFC 42, 1970, 94-153.

  • Carrara, Paolo. ‘Editori e commentari di Euripide della prima età ellenistica.’ In: Roberto Pretagostino & Emanuele Dettori (edd.). La cultura letteraria ellenistica. Persistenza, innovazione, trasmissione. Atti del Convegno COFIN 2003, Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”, 19-21 settembre 2005. Roma: Quasar 2007 (Quaderni SemRom 10), 247-55.

  • Carvounis, Katerina & Richard Hunter. ‘Introduction.’ In: Katarina Carvounis & Richard Hunter (edd.). Signs of Life? Studies in Later Greek Poetry = Ramus 37.1-2, 2008, 1ff.

  • Catenacci, C. ‘Un frammento di tragedia ellenistica (P.Oxy. 2746 = TrGF adesp. 649).’ QUCC 70, 2002.

  • Chaniotis, Angelos. ‘Theatricality Beyond the Theater. Staging Public Life in the Hellenistic World.’ Pallas 47, 1997, 219-59.

  • Clauss, James J. ‘“Domestici hostes.” The Nausicaa in Medea, the Catiline in Hannibal.’ MD 39, 1997, 165-85.

  • Cockle, Walter E.H. ‘A testimonium to Euripides, Hypsipyle.’ AC 71, 2002, 133.

  • Cozzoli, Adele Teresa. Euripide, Cretesi. Introduzione, testimonianze, testo critico, traduzione e commento. Pisa & Roma: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali, 2001 (Università di Urbino, Istituto di Filologia Classica / Testi e Commenti 15). 130 pp. A.Lebeau, REG 116, 2003, 360 || D.J. Mastronarde, CR 53, 2003, 287-8 || M. Cropp, BMCR 2003.09.30 || G. Ceschi, Orpheus 25, 2004.

  • Creese, David. ‘Erogenous organs: the metamorphosis of Polyphemus’ syrinx in Ovid, Metamorphoses 13.784.’ CQ 59, 2009, 562-77.

  • Cribiore, Raffaella. ‘The grammarian’s choice. The popularity of Euripides’ Phoenissae in Hellenistic and Roman education.’ In: Yun Lee Too (ed.). Education in Greek and Roman Antiquity. Leiden: Brill, 2001, 241-60.

  • Curnis, M. Il Bellerofonte di Euripide. Alessandria: Edizioni dell’Orso, 2003.

  • Cusset, Christophe. ‘Théocrite, lecteur d’Euripide. L’example des Bacchantes.’ REG 110, 1997, 454-68.

  • Cusset, Christophe. ‘Apollonios de Rhodes, lecteur de la tragédie classique.’ In: Alain Billault et Christine Mauduit (edd.). Lectures antiques de la tragédie grecque. Actes de la table ronde du 25 novembre 1999. Lyon & Paris: Boccard, 2001 (Collection du Centre d’ études et de recherches sur l’occident romain de l’université Lyon 3, nouvelle série 22), 61-76. M.-H. Garelli-Francois, REA 105, 2003, 651.

  • Cusset, Christophe. ‘Tragic elements in Lycophron’s Alexandra.’ In: Steven B. Jackson & Damien P. Nelis (edd.). Studies in Hellenistic Poetry = Hermathena 173/174, 2002/03 [2005], 137-53.

  • Danesin, Cristina. ‘La lingua di Medea. Nota a un passo apolloniano.’ AAPat 111, 1998/99, 65-73.

  • Davies, Malcom. ‘Theocritus’ Adoniazusae.’ G&R 42, 1995, 152-7.

  • De Grummond, Nancy T. Etruscan Myth, Sacred History, and Legend. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2006. xvi, 270 pp., 215 ills. Barry B. Powell, BMCR 2007.06.16 ().

  • De Lacy, P. ‘Biography and Tragedy in Plutarch.’ AJPh 73, 1952, 159-71.

  • De Marco, V. ‘Osservazioni su Apollio Rodio, I.1-22.’ In: Miscelllanea di studi alessandrini in memoria di Augusto Rostagni. Torino: Bottega d’Erasmo, 1963, 350-5. F. della Corte, Maia 16, 1964, 411-12 || F. Vian , REG 77, 1964, 622-5.

  • Delavaud-Roux, Marie-Helène. ‘La danse dionysiaque, un modele d’expression pour les personnes agees? (Nonnos, Dionysiaques, XIX,159-224).’ LEC 77, 2009, 3-22.

  • Desbordes, Françoise. Argonautica. Trois études sur l’imitation dans la littérature antique. Bruxelles: Latomus, 1979 (Collection Latomus 159). 115 pp.

  • Di Marco, Massimo. ‘Un motivo dell’epigramma funebre in Sofocle (Ai. 845-851).’ MD 38, 1997, 143-52.

  • Di Marco, Massimo. ‘Asclepiade, 1 e 2 G.-P. (= AP 5, 169; 5, 85).’ In: Luigi Torraca (ed.). Scritti in onore di Italo Gallo. Napoli: Ed. Scientifiche Italiane, 2002, 255-64.

  • Di Marco, Massimo. ‘Euripides in Alessandro Etolo (fr. 7 Magnelli). Una nuova ipotesi.’ SemRom 6, 2003, 65-70.

  • Diggle, James. Euripides, Phaethon. Cambridge: CUP, 1970.

  • Dinter, Martin T. ‘Tragedy and Epigram.’ In: Ettore Cingano & Lucio Milano (edd.). Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East. Proceedings of the “Advanced Seminar in the Humanities,” Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: SARGON Editrice e Libreria, 2008 (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità e del Vicino Oriente, Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia 4), 213-30.

  • Dué, Casey. The Captive Woman’s Lament in Greek Tragedy. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006. 216 pp. W. Tyson Hausdoerffer, BMCR 2006.08.01 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2006/2006-08-01.html

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  • Espinar Ojeda, José Luis. ‘Ecos sofocleos en las Dionisíacas de Nono de Panópolis.’ In: A. Pérez Jiménez, C. Alcalde & R. Caballero (edd.). Sófocles el hombre, Sófocles el poeta. Actas del congreso internacional con motivo del XXV Centenario del nacimiento de Sófocles (Málaga, 29-31 de mayo de 2003). Málaga, 2004, 403-13.

  • Estèves, A. ‘Color épique et color tragique dans la Thébaïde de Stace: récits de nefas et stratégies narratives (VIII, 751-765 et XI, 524-579).’ Latomus 64, 2005, 96-120.

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  • Fantuzzi, Marco. ‘Callimaco, l’epigramma, il teatro.’ In: Guido Bastianini & Angelo Casanova (edd.). Callimaco: cent’anni di papiri. Atti del convegno internazionale di studi, Firenze, 9-10 giugno 2005. Firenze: Istituto Papirologico G. Vitelli, 2006 (Studi e testi di papirologia n.s. 8), 69-87. Serena Cannavale, A&R n.s. 1, 2007, 73-9 || Valentina Garulli, Eikasmos 18, 2007, 451-6 || Jean Lenaerts, CE 83, 2008, 351-4 || Daniela Colomo, Tyche 22, 2007, 227-30.

  • Fantuzzi, Marco. ‘Dioscoride e la storia del teatro.’ In: Roberto Pretagostino & Emanuele Dettori (edd.). La cultura letteraria ellenistica. Persistenza, innovazione, trasmissione. Atti del Convegno COFIN 2003, Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”, 19-21 settembre 2005. Roma: Quasar 2007 (Quaderni SemRom 10), 105-23.

  • Faraone, Christopher A. ‘Mystery cults and incantations: evidence for Orphic charms in Euripides’ Cyclops 646-48?’ RhM 151, 2008, 127-42.

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  • Fernandelli, Marco. ‘Statius’ Thebaid 4.166-72 and Euripides’ Phoenissae 1113-18.’ SO 75, 2000, 89-98.

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  • García Romero, Francisco Antonio. ‘À propos du drame satyrique Amykos de Sophocle et de la comédie Amykos d’Epicharme.’ Nikephoros 18, 2005, 103-13.

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  • Garstad, Benjamin. ‘The oaths in Euripides’ Medea.’ Arctos 40, 2006, 47-64.

  • Gärtner, Thomas. ‘AP 5.209 = HE 980-7 Gow/Page = Poseidipp epigr. 128 Austin/Bastianini = Asklepiades epigr. 36 Clack. The earliest allusion to the hero-and-Leander-myth?’ Mnemosyne 62, 2009, 451-8.

  • Garulli, Valentina. ‘Cleombroto di Ambracia e il “lector in fabula” in Callimaco (Call. Epigr. 23 Pf.).’ Lexis 25, 2007, 325-36.

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  • Giuseppetti, Massimo. ‘Ecale, un’eroina tra epos e tragedia.’ QUCC 88, 2008, 39-56.

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