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Loeb Classical Library 360

Select Papyri, Volume III: Poetry

Translated by Denys L. Page

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674993976

Publication Date: 01/01/1941

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640 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches

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  • Preface
  • Aids to the Reader
  • Tragedy, 5th and 4th Centuries BCE
    • 1. Aeschylus, Niobe
    • 2. Aeschylus, Dictyulci
    • 3. Sophocles, Gathering of the Achaeans
    • 4. Sophocles, Eurypylus
    • 5. Sophocles, Scyrians
    • 6. Sophocles, Inachus
    • 7. Sophocles, The Searchers
    • 8. Euripides, Alcmeon through Corinth
    • 9. Euripides, Alexander
    • 10. Euripides, Antiope
    • 11. Euripides, Cretans
    • 12. Euripides, Hypsipyle
    • 13. Euripides, Melanippe Captive
    • 14. Euripides, Melanippe the Wise
    • 15. Euripides, Pirithous
    • 16. Euripides, Stheneboea
    • 17. Euripides, Telephus
    • 18. Euripides, Fragments
    • 19. Ion, Omphale
    • 20. Anonymous, ? Aeschylus: Myrmidons
    • 21. Anonymous, ? Sophocles: Gathering of the Achaeans
    • 22. Anonymous, ? Sophocles: Niobe
    • 23. Anonymous, ? Sophocles: Tantalus
    • 24. Anonymous, ? Sophocles: Tereus
    • 25. Anonymous, ? Sophocles: Tyro
    • 26. Anonymous, ? Euripides: Alexander
    • 27. Anonymous, ? Euripides: Meleager
    • 28. Anonymous, ? Euripides: Oeneus
    • 29. Anonymous: ? Hector
    • 30. Anonymous: ? Hecuba
    • 81. Anonymous: ? Oeneus, or Schoencus, or Phoenix
    • 32. Anonymous: ? Phrixus
    • 33. Anonymous: ? Seven against Thebes
    • 34. Anonymous: Speech of a Heroine
    • 35. Anonymous: Fragment
    • 36. Anonymous: Maxim
  • Old Comedy, 5th Century BCE
    • 37. Epicharmus, Probably Odysseus the Deserter
    • 38. Cratinus, The Plutuses
    • 39. Pherecrates, Fragment
    • 40. Eupolis, The Demes
    • 41. Anonymous, ? Eupolis: Prospaltians
    • 42. Aristophanes, Fragments
    • 43. Plato, Fragment
    • 44. Anonymous: Women Conversing
    • 45. Anonymous: Fragments
    • 46. Anonymous: Fragment
  • Middle Comedy and New Comedy, 4th and 3rd Centuries BCE
    • 47. Anonymous: ? Philiscus, Birth of Zeus
    • 48. Anonymous: ? Alexis
    • 49. Anonymous: A Feast
    • 50. Philemon, Sculptor, and a Fragment
    • 51. Timocles, Heroes, and Icarians
    • 52. Menander, Unpopular
    • 53. Menander, ? The Changeling
    • 54. Menander, Smicrines, Chaereas
    • 55. ? Menander, ? Theophoroumene
    • 56. Menander, Maxims
    • 57. Straton, Phoenicides
    • 58. Apollodorus, Fragment
    • 59. Anonymous: Cooks
    • 60. Anonymous: Prologue
    • 61. Anonymous: Moschion, Laches
    • 62. Anonymous: Youth, Daos, Simon
    • 63. Anonymous: Youth, Demeas, Slave
    • 61. Anonymous: Strobilus
    • 65. Anonymous: Phaedimus, Niceratus
    • 66. Anonymous: Father, Mother, Daughter
    • 67. Anonymous: Slave, Master
    • 68. Anonymous: Youth, Slave
    • 69. Anonymous: Sympathetic Slave
    • 70. Anonymous: Numenius, Slave
    • 71. Anonymous: Fragments
    • 72. Anonymous: Two Prologues
  • Mime
    • 73. Sophron, Fragment of a Mime (V. BCE)
    • 74. Anonymous: “Drunkard” (? II.–I. BCE)
    • 75. Anonymous: Lament for a Cock (? I. CE)
    • 76. Anonymous: Charition (? II. CE)
    • 77. Anonymous: Adulteress (? II. CE).
    • 78. Anonymous: A Quarrel (? II. CE)
    • 79. Anonymous: Damsel in Distress (? III. CE)
  • Lyric Poems
    • 80. Anonymous, Probably Archilochus (Early VII. BCE)
    • 81. Sappho, Book I (Early VI. BCE)
    • 82. Corinna, Orestes (Late VI. BCE)
    • 83. Pindar, Fragments of Two Poems (VI.–V. BCE)
    • 84. Anonymous: Perhaps Bacchylides (or Possibly Simonides) (Early V. BCE ?)
    • 85. Anonymous: Divers Fragments of Early Lyric Poetry (Uncertain and Various Dates, VI.–IV. BCE)
    • 86. Anonymous: Scolia, Perhaps Attic (V.–IV. BCE)
    • 87. Anonymous: Fragments of Dithyrambic Poetry (V.–IV. BCE)
    • 88. Anonymous: Fragments of Dithyrambic Poetry (? IV. BCE)
    • 89. Anonymous: ? Dithyrambic Poem (? IV. BCE)
    • 90. Philicus, Hymn to Demeter (III. BCE)
    • 91. Anonymous: Hymn to Demeter (III. BCE)
    • 92. Anonymous: Four Hellenistic Fragments (? III.–II. BCE)
    • 93. Anonymous: Late Hellenistic Anapaests (? II.–I. BCE)
    • 94. Anonymous: A Visit to the Underworld (? II.–III. CE)
    • 95. Anonymous: Metamorphoses (? II.–III. CE)
    • 96. Anonymous: Record of a Cure by Sarapis (? III. CE)
    • 97. Anonymous: Sailor’s Song (? II.–III. CE)
    • 98. Anonymous: Sailor’s Song (? III. CE).
    • 99. Anonymous: Hymn to Fortune (? III. CE)
    • 100. Anonymous: A Schoolboy’s Recitation (IV. CE)
  • Elegiac and Iambic Poems
    • 101. Mimnermus, Smyrneis (Late VII. BCE)
    • 102. Epicharmea, Probably by Axiopistus (About 300 BCE)
    • 103. Anonymous: Epigram for a Merry Company (III. BCE)
    • 104. Poseidippus, Two Epigrams (III. BCE)
    • 105. Anonymous: Two Epigrams (III. BCE)
    • 106. Anonymous: Epigram on the Death of Philicus (III. BCE)
    • 107. Amyntas, Leonidas, Antipater of Sidon (III.–II. BCE)
    • 108. Anonymous: Epigram (III. BCE)
    • 109. Anonymous: Two Epigrams (III. BCE)
    • 110. Anonymous: Elegy about a War (III. BCE)
    • 111. Anonymous: Poem in Praise of an Officer (III. BCE)
    • 112. Anonymous: Preface to an Astronomical Treatise (II. BCE)
    • 113. Anonymous: Epigram (Late I. BCE).
    • 114. Poseidippus, Elegy on Old Age (? I. CE)
    • 115. Anonymous: Moral Fable (? II. CE)
    • 116. Anonymous: Moral Maxims (Uncertain Date)
    • 117. Anonymous: Epitaphs for Euprepius, by His Daughter (? III. CE)
  • Hexameter Poems
    • 118. Panyasis, Heracles (Early V. BCE)
    • 119. Anonymous: Fragment (? IV. BCE)
    • 120. Erinna, The Distaff (IV. BCE)
    • 121. Euphorion, Three Fragments (III. BCE)
    • 122. Anonymous: Old Woman’s Lament (? III.–II. BCE)
    • 123. Anonymous: Bucolic (? III.–II. BCE)
    • 124. Anonymous: Georgic (? III.–II. BCE)
    • 125. Anonymous: Drinking-Song (? I. CE)
    • 126. Anonymous: Hero and Leander (? I. CE)
    • 127. Anonymous: Sayings of the Seven Wise Men (Uncertain Date)
    • 128. Pancrates, Antinous (II. CE)
    • 129. Anonymous: Dionysus and Lycurgus (III. CE)
    • 130. Anonymous: Praise of Theon (? III. CE)
    • 131. Anonymous: Treatise on Metres (III. CE)
    • 132. Anonymous: Praise of Maximus (III. CE)
    • 133. Anonymous: ? Astyoche (? III. CE)
    • 134. Dionysius, Bassarica (III.–IV. CE)
    • 135. Anonymous: Persian War of Diocletian and Galerius (Early IV. CE)
    • 136. Anonymous: Creation of the Universe (Early IV. CE)
    • 137. Anonymous: Odyssey (III.–IV. CE).
    • 138. Anonymous: Epicedeion for a Professor of the University of Berytus (IV. CE)
    • 139. Anonymous: Epithalamion (? IV. CE)
    • 140. Anonymous, Perhaps Pamprepius of Panopolis: Two Poems (About 500 CE)
    • 141. Anonymous: Praise of a Roman General (Early V. CE)
    • 142. Anonymous: Praise of Germanus (Early V. CE)
    • 143. Anonymous: Appeal to a Roman General (V. CE)
    • 144. Anonymous: Victory of a Roman General (V. CE)
    • 145. Anonymous: Fragment (? V. CE)
    • 146. Anonymous: Incantation to Cure Headache (? V. CE)
    • 147. Anonymous: Address to the Nile (V.–VI. CE)
  • Index of Proper Names
  • Index of Editiones Principes

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