Callimachus II

It has already been noted that Achelous ' words continuam diduxit humum ( 8.588 ) concretize an etymology of the name Erysichthon and thus associate him with Erysichthon . Yet at the same time these words also evoke Ovid's programmatic ...

Callimachus II

"This volume contains a wide range of articles. It provides a survey of current developments in research on one of the most influential authors of Hellenistic poetry and reflects the large amount of scholarly interest in Callimachus during the last decade. In the papers there is a particular focus on issues of metapoetics, intertextuality, fictional orality, the impact of poetic collections and the function of Callimachus' poetry in Ptolemaic Alexandria as well as an interest in the reception of Callimachus' poetry among Roman poets."--BOOK JACKET.

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