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Callimachus Volume II
Loeb Classical Library 129

Hecale. Hymns. Epigrams

Callimachus

Edited and translated by Dee L. Clayman

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674997332

Publication Date: 12/13/2022

Loeb

464 pages

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

Loeb Classical Library > Callimachus

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  • Hecale
    • Introduction
      • Introduction to the Hecale
      • Attic Roots
      • Genre and Literary Features
      • The Date of the Hecale
      • The Afterlife of the Hecale
      • Constitution of the Text
      • Codices
      • Catalog of Papyri
      • This Edition
    • Bibliography
      • Critical Studies
    • Text and Translation
  • Hymns
    • Introduction
      • Greek Hymns
      • The Homeric Hymns
      • Callimachus’ Hymns
        • Hymn I to Zeus
        • Hymn II to Apollo
        • Hymn III to Artemis
        • Hymn IV to Delos
        • Hymn V to Athena (On the Bath of Pallas)
        • Hymn VI to Demeter
      • History and Constitution of the Text
      • Sigla
      • This Edition
      • The Citation of Callimachus’ Hymns
    • Bibliography
      • Critical Studies
    • Text and Translation
  • Epigrams
    • Introduction
      • Development of the Genre
      • History and Constitution of the Text
      • Organization of Callimachus’ Book of Epigrams
      • Suggested Order for Reading
        • Prologue and Epideictica
        • Dedications
        • Sympotic Poems
        • Epitaphs
      • Sigla
    • Bibliography
      • Early Editions of the Greek Anthology
      • Modern Editions of the Greek Anthology and the Epigrams of Callimachus Excluding Editions of His Collected Works
      • Critical Studies
    • Text and Translation

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