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Researches on the text and scholia of the Iliad.
Marchinus van der Valk
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Songs 0/ Homer (Cambridge ) ; M. van der Valk, Researches on the Text and Scholia 0/ the Iliad II (Leiden ) f.; A. Lesky, A History 0/ Greek Literature (London ) 33; C. Segal, "The Embassy and the Duals ofIliad "GRBS9 () ff. More bibliographyin subsequent notes. M. van der Valk, Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad (Leiden ), n. , regards the name as corrupt–it should, according to him, be Κερκουρᾶς (Kerkouras) ‘he who urinates by means of his tail’. Even if this is right, it does not, of course, show that the name was invented by Ptolemy Chennos.
In the apparatus of his text of the Iliad comments5 “ath. Aristophanes Aristarchus, fort. Iliad, Book xxiv (Cambridge ) – 10) dson, The Iliad of Homer, Books xiii–xxiv (London ) The scholia point out that Acheloos is a common name. Aristarchus and 'Everyman's' Homer }Cathleen A1c~a~eeT HE HOMERIC SCHOLAR best known in antiquity was Aris- tarchus, head of the Library at Alexandria after ca B.C. 1 Because his textual and exegetic work was celebrated evenin ancient times, we might expect to find it widely disseminated inEgypt in the centuries closest to his lifetime.
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Researches on the text and scholia of the IliadAuthor: Marchinus van der Valk. Scholia, and M. Van der Valk, Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad (Leiden, ), I. The most useful study of literary criticism in the Scholia is by M. Von Franz, Die dsthetischen Anschauungen der Ilias-scholien (Diss.
Zurich, ). See also A. Roemer, Die exegetischen Scholien der Ilias in Codex Venetus B (Munich. Homeric scholarship is the study of any Homeric topic, especially the two large surviving epics, the Iliad and is currently part of the academic discipline of classical subject is one of the oldest in scholarship.
For the purpose of the present article, Homeric scholarship is divided into three main phases: antiquity; the 18th and 19th centuries; and the 20th century and. M. VAN DER VALK, Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad, Part II.
Leiden, E. Brill, XI, pp. in MnemosyneAuthor: D. Holwerda.English, Greek, Ancient (to ), Book edition: Researches on the text and scholia of the Iliad / by M. van der Valk. Valk, Marchinus van der. Get this edition. Scholia Graeca in Homeri Iliadem, recensuit H. Erbse, Vol. I (Berolini ).
also my review of this book in this fascicule, p. 84 ff. 2) In my Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad, I (Leyden ), f. I also discussed the text.
3) Cf. Researches, I, 4) Erbse (p. f.), however, thinks that Herodianus condemns as false. 3 On sources and transmission see Erbse op. cit., the preface to his edition of the Scholia, and Valk, M. Van der, Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad (Leiden, ), I. most useful study of literary criticism in the Scholia is by Franz, M.
Von, Die iisthetischen Anschauungen der Iliasscholien (Diss. Zurich, ).See also Roemer, A., Die exegetischen Scholien Cited by: Venetus A is the more common name for the tenth century AD manuscript catalogued in the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice as Codex Marcianus Graecusnow Venetus A is the most famous manuscript of the Homeric Iliad; it is regarded by some as the best text of the well as the text of the Iliad, Venetus A preserves several layers of annotations, glosses, and commentaries known as.
‘NONSENSE’ IN COMIC SCHOLIA* - Volume 67 Issue 2 - Stephen E. Kidd. I would like to thank Daria Resh for thought-provoking discussions about many of these scholia, Sara Chiarini for the invitation to present this paper at her conference on Ancient Nonsense (Exeter, July ), Ralph Rosen for his valuable feedback, the anonymous readers at CQ who did much to improve the article, and the.
This book is a companion volume to M.L. West’s edition of the Iliad (Stuttgart-Leipzig-Munich, ). The first part (, “an amplification of the first twelve pages of the edition”, as the author calls it) includes an overview of the pre-Alexandrian transmission of the Homeric text (), W.’ views about Zenodotus’ text () and Didymus’ sources (), a complete.
In three books published in, andG. Bolling sought to rid our text of Homer of all “spurious” lines, and his studies culminated with his edition of the “Athenian Homer”—the so-called Π-text, containing ab lines, reflecting the Iliad that.
The Catalogues in Book 2 recieve especially full treatment. The book does not include a Greek text - important matters pertaining to the text are discussed in the commentary.
It is hoped that the volume as a whole will lead scholars to a better understanding of the epic style as well as of many well-known thematic problems on a larger scale. A Note On the Homeric Text of Aeschines A Note On the Homeric Text of Aeschines Van Der Valk, M.
75 MISCELLANEA A NOTE ON THE HOMERIC TEXT OF AESCHINES In the twelfth chapter of my Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad 1) I studied the quotations from Homer in the works of pre-Alexandrian authors. The text of these quotations is of great importance, Author: Van Der Valk, M.
Iliad. Divided in 24 books by the Alexandrian grammarians, the Iliad is the more ancient of the two poems, as demonstrated by the greater frequency of older forms. There is now broad agreement that we have the poem virtually as it was composed, with the exception of book M.
van der Valk, Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad, II, LeidenSee his earlier and much briefer discussion in Textual Criticism of the Odyssey, Leiden7 Author: Robert Mayhew. Van der Valk himself established much of what we know about his scholarship, both in this edition, in the mellifluous Latin of his introductions to vols.
1 and 2, and in the charmingly idiosyncratic English of his earlier Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad (Leiden: Brill, ). Homeric scholarship is the study of Homeric epic, especially the two large surviving epics, the Iliad and is currently part of the academic discipline of classical studies, but the subject is one of the very oldest topics in all scholarship or science, and goes back to antiquity.
Clearly, a full-scale commentary on the Iliad and Odyssey that takes full advantage of the latest research in the poetics of oral traditions is needed, but we have chosen to begin our work with perhaps the least understood single book of the Iliad, book This book narrates a night raid undertaken by Odysseus and Diomedes, and is almost.
in Book 4 by Agamemnon: both tell the same story of Tydeus’s heroic solo diplomatic mission to Thebes (, ), albeit from different viewpoints and with different and even conflicting details.
I now cite Athene’s speech in Book 5, bracketing the disputed and underlining some key. The University of Chicago Press.
Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.Allen - Sutton - West p; LDAB ; M Van der Valk, Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad II, Leiden; H. van Thiel, ZPE, ; MP Cataloging Cataloger.Homeric scholarship is the study of any Homeric topic, especially the two large surviving epics, the Iliad and Odyssey.
It is currently part of the academic discipline of classical studies. The subject is one of the oldest in scholarship. For the purpose of the present article, Homeric scholarship is divided into three main phases: antiquity; the 18th and 19th centuries; and the 20th century.