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An Unnoticed fragment of Sappho?

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page 192 note 1 I am very grateful to Professor Daube, who saw an early draft of this note and made valuable suggestions.

page 192 note 2 Michael Italicus cannot be ruled out. He Probably owed his appointment as Metropolitan of Philippolis to Michael II, and would therefore still be in Constantinople at this time.

page 193 note 1 I would hazard the conjecture ἔψεξαν.

page 193 note 2 If Maas's dating of Gregory in the tenth or eleventh century (Byz.-neugr. Jahrb. ii [1921], 53–55) is accepted, then the fuller version of the commentary, printed by Walz in Rh. Gr. vii, cannot be by him, as it contains several references to John Tzetzes. There is room for further work on the commentaries on the Περ μεθδον δειντητος, which are particularly rich in quotations. Cf. H. Rabe, ‘Aus Rhetoren-Handschriften’, Rh. M. lxiii (1912), 127–51.

An Unnoticed fragment of Sappho?

  • Robert Browning (a1)


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