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Fragmentary Republican Latin, Volume II

Ennius, Dramatic Fragments. Minor Works

Ennius

Edited and translated by Sander M. Goldberg

Gesine Manuwald

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674997141

Publication Date: 01/08/2018

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448 pages

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

Loeb Classical Library > Fragmentary Republican Latin

World

  • Dramatic Fragments
    • Tragedies
      • Achilles (Aristarchi)
      • Aiax
      • Alcmeo
      • Alexander
      • Andromacha (Aechmalotis)
      • Andromeda
      • Athamas
      • Cresphontes
      • Erectheus
      • Eumenides
      • Hectoris lytra
      • Hecuba
      • Iphigenia
      • Medea (exul)
      • Melanippa
      • Nemea
      • Phoenix
      • Telamo
      • Telephus
      • Thyestes
      • Incerta
    • Praetextae
      • Ambracia
      • Sabinae
    • Comedies
      • Caupuncula
      • Pancratiastes
      • Incertum
      • Dubium
  • Minor Works
      • Epicharmus
      • Epigrams
      • Euhemerus
      • Hedyphagetica
      • Praecepta
      • Protrepticus
      • Satires
      • Scipio
      • Sota
  • Unidentified Works
  • Quotations Derived from Unknown Sources
  • Concordances
  • Index

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