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Callimachus' Hymn to Artemis - Fritz Bornmann: Callimachi Hymnus in Dianam. Introduzione, testo critico e commento. Pp. lxiii+145. Florence: La Nuova Italia, 1968. Paper, L.2,800.

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page 355 note 1 The phrase ὡς ὅτε does not serve to ‘introdurre una similitudine’: cf. Il. x. 285.

page 356 note 1 Based on such variants as ὅτε γηρ⋯σ7kappa;ουσι (Od. xv. 409).

page 356 note 2 In Hymn 1. 53 he opted to reproduce the opposite theory.

page 356 note 3 In other words: the fact that Callimachus uses the form θε⋯ not only ‘negli inni dorici’ but also in his epic Hymns (3. 112, 186, and 1. 30) shows that he regarded this form as a legitimate, though not compulsory, ‘Dorism’ in Epic.

Callimachus' Hymn to Artemis - Fritz Bornmann: Callimachi Hymnus in Dianam. Introduzione, testo critico e commento. Pp. lxiii+145. Florence: La Nuova Italia, 1968. Paper, L.2,800.

  • Giuseppe Giangrande (a1)

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