By Edited by Theodore D. Papanghelis and Antonios Rengakos
This quantity on Appolonius of Rhodes, whose "Argonautica" is the only full-length epic to outlive from the Hellenistic interval, includes articles by means of 14 students from throughout Europe and the USA. Their contributions conceal a variety of matters from the heritage of the textual content and the issues of the poet's biography via questions of fashion, literary process and intertextual family to the epic's library and cultural reception. the purpose is to provide an summary of the scholarly dialogue in those components and supply a survey of developments in Apollonian reports.
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2700 Oxy. 2700 Colon, inv. 929 (Brunck) Colon, inv. 929 (Hoelzlin) Oxy. 2694 (Bywater) Oxy. 690 (Person) Oxy. 691 (Stephanas) Oxy. 2693 (Ziegler) Oxy. 2694 Oxy. 2694 (Brunck and Koechly) Oxy. 2695 Oxy. 2691 (Frankel) Likewise P. Oxy. 4417 (2nd/3rd cent. 556, transmitted solely by the lexicographic tradition, while the manuscripts have a more common word. 35 Haslam (1978) 63. A list of the Apollonius papyri is to be found at the end of the first part of this article. 28 The departures from the TipoeicSoaic; have no bearing on the plan or structure of the poem as a whole; they affect individual passages, lines or words.
Oxy. 1054 f. (P. Oxy. 1265 f. (P. Mil. 121). 40 In Haslam (1978) 66 n. 46. 41 Haslam (1978) 65: "There is certainly no justification for an old habit which is coming back into vogue, that of projecting even single-word alternatives back on to Apollonius himself. 42 P. Oxy. 202-43 with more than a dozen variants. In two places the papyrus is alone in offering a better text than the rest of the tradition (219, 235); and there is a good possibility that in two further places (239, 242) its text is better than that given by the rest of the tradition.
13413 (lst/2nd cent. ) 1127 sch. Gronewald (1991) 2 f. has identified the minimal fragment P. Ryl. 350 f. 1291-1302 P. Oxy. 2699 (3rd cent. ), with interlinear glosses? P. Argentorat. ), parchment codex P. Argentorat. 173 (8th/9th cent. ), parchment codex P. Oxy. 874 (2nd/3rd cent. ) P. Oxy. 690 (3rd cent. ) P. Oxy. 691 (2nd cent. ) P. Oxy. 2693 (lst/2nd cent. ), with interlinear glosses and marginal scholia P. Oxy. 2693 (lst/2nd cent. ) P. Oxy. 1243 (2nd cent. ) P. Berol. 17020 (7th/8th cent. ) P.
A Companion to Apollonius Rhodius by Edited by Theodore D. Papanghelis and Antonios Rengakos