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Commentaria et lexica Graeca in papyris reperta (CLGP)

Ed. by Bastianini, Guido / Colomo, Daniela / Haslam, Michael / Maehler, Herwig / Montana, Fausto / Montanari, Franco / Römer, Cornelia

Pars II: Commentaria in adespota

Volume 4

Comoedia et mimus

Rev. by Perrone, Serena

In coop. with Stroppa, Marco

    199,95 € / $280.00 / £182.00*

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    Publication Date:
    March 2015
    Copyright year:
    2009
    ISBN
    978-3-11-097878-0
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    This is a corpus that is unique in the academic world. It presents those parts of ancient Greek commentaries preserved on papyrus, that is the hypomnemata and marginalia on Greek authors, as well as glossaries and lexica. Previously these have only been published scattered in separate works. A new installment of some 250–300 pages is planned to appear every 2–3 years (a total of about 10 installments are planned for the period 2003/2020). The entire work is divided into four main sections: Pars I Commentaria et lexica in auctores; Pars II Commentaria in adespota; Pars III Lexica; Pars IV Concordantiae et Indices.

    L’opera Commentaria et Lexica Graeca in Papyris reperta (CLGP) riguarda la storia della filologia e il Fortleben della letteratura greca antica. Essa raccoglie i frammenti di papiro e pergamena (III sec. a.C. - VIII sec. d.C.), che contengono testi di carattere esegetico ed erudito, prodotti dalla cultura greca allo scopo di interpretare e commentare le proprie opere letterarie. Le testimonianze sono presentate in edizione critica, corredata di apparati, introduzione e commento, e comprendono commentari, annotazioni marginali, lessici e altri testi eruditi.

    Details

    xxxi, 148 pages
    4 Seiten Tafelanhang
    Language:
    Ancient Greek, Italian
    Type of Publication:
    Source Edition
    Keyword(s):
    Ancient Greek Literature, Classical Philology, Greek papyri, Commentaria, Unknown comedies

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