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Loeb Classical Library 15
Seneca Volume XI

Satyricon. Apocolocyntosis

Petronius

Seneca

Edited and translated by Gareth Schmeling

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674997370

Publication Date: 12/01/2020

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544 pages

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

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Petronius
    • Introduction
      • Author and Date
      • A Work of Fiction
      • Genre: Novels Roman and Greek
      • Short Overview
      • Secondary Literature: Scholarly Work
        • 1. Bibliographies
        • 2. Studies on the Manuscripts
        • 3. Latin Editions
        • 4. Translations
        • 5. Commentaries and Major Works with Essays on the Satyrica
        • 6. Works with a Specific Focus
        • 7. Reception and Intertextuality
        • 8. Works Dealing with the Fragmenta, the Fifty-One Pieces Attached to Modern Latin Editions
      • The Text
      • Stemmata
      • Sigla
      • Sigla of the Bellum Civile
      • Sigla of the Fragmenta
      • Symbols and Abbreviations Used in the Latin Text
      • Notes to the Format of the Latin Text
    • General Bibliography
    • Satyricon [Petronii Satyrica]
    • Fragments [Fragmenta]
  • Seneca
    • Introduction
      • Date, Author, Title
      • Genre
      • Manuscripts
      • Secondary Literature: Scholarly Work
        • 1. Bibliographies
        • 2. Studies on the Manuscripts and Transmission of the Text
        • 3. Latin Editions
        • 4. Translations into English
        • 5. Studies on the Author and Date
        • 6. Studies on the Title
        • 7. Studies on the Genre
        • 8. Study of the Poetry in the Apoc.
        • 9. Apoc. as a Carnival
        • 10. Studies of the Reception of the Apoc.
      • Sigla
      • Symbols and Abbreviations Used in the Latin Text
    • General Bibliography
    • Apocolocyntosis
    • Appendix: Seating Chart
  • Indexes
    • Of Characters in Petronius
    • Of Other Names in Petronius

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