Vergiliana : critical studies on the texts of Publius Vergilius Maro
Vergiliana : critical studies on the texts of Publius Vergilius Maro
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Includes bibliographical references and index
In Vergiliana Egil Kraggerud collects together over 100 new, revised, and previously published discussions of textual issues in Vergil's Eclogues, Georgics, and the Aeneid. Through these and in his Introduction, the author argues for a less conservative approach to these texts than has been fashionable among 20th century editors and commentators. This profoundly learned, engaging and valuable contribution is a critical resource for anyone working on the works of Vergil at both under- and postgraduate level, written by one of the most respected scholars in the field.
Introduction Bucolica Ecl. 1. 69 post aliquot aristas A disputed phrase in its context Ecl. 2. 32 A god's title Pan the great innovator and model Ecl. 3. 62 A conjunction at stake Theocr. 5. 82 in the balance Ecl. 4. 8 One child initiating a new age A letter added can make a big difference Ecl. 4. 28-9 Lines sharing words between them Emphasis achieved by artistry Ecl. 4. 62-3 The nature of a baby's smile A Dutch scholar vindicated Ecl. 5. 3 "Why don't we sit down?" in Latin What Vergil chose to write Ecl. 5. 8 Indicative or subjunctive? In favour of P Ecl. 5. 38 The gender of narcissus Our debt to an ancient grammarian Ecl. 5. 66 Altars for Daphnis Sorting out syntactical order Ecl. 6. 1-12. On the genesis of Vergil's earliest poetry Call. Aet. 1. 21-4 and Theocr. 16 as inspiration Ecl. 6. 16 Silenus' hangover The troublesome adverbial `cluster' procul tantum Ecl. 6. 24 The commonest of verbs ousted by a hapax? Peerlkamp's brilliant point Ecl. 6. 34 A dilemma in P Elided omnia in Vergil? Ecl. 6. 74-81 A praeteritio to fill the day The illustrative effect of complicated syntax Ecl. 7. 5 Equal and well-prepared singers A misleading first impression of their qualities Ecl. 7. 29-32 Corydon's promise to Diana Variation on the usual contract between man and god Ecl. 7. 33-6 Thyrsis honouring Priapus And, unfortunately, revealing his true self Ecl. 7. 37-44 Love of Galatea The rivals' respective `roles' Ecl. 7. 53-60 An inevitable transposition What is either singer's `part'? Ecl. 7. 64 Justice for Venus Equality restored by an ancient grammarian Ecl. 10. 44 A line revisited and clinched Almost beyond belief: a double corruption Georgica G. 1. 35 Present or perfect I? P and ps. Probus found trustworthy G. 1. 36 Hope in Tartarus An example of disregarded potentialis G. 1. 83 What does prefixed in- mean? On homonyms with contrary meaning G. 1. 500 Two false birds with one stone Minimal change can work wonders G. 3. 159 An unnoticed example of ecquis A simplification apt to simplify future discussion G. 3. 303-4 The reign of the cold Water Bearer A serious issue for goats G. 3. 519 Present or perfect II? Weighing for and against Aeneis Jlle ego qui The false beginning Yet requiring the best syntactical understanding A. 1. 1-7 Punctuation and structure The beneficiary effect of a full stop in the flow of lines A. 1. 48-9 Indignant Juno A neglected modal parallelism A. 1. 380 Jove's descendant How Aeneas can escape criticism - and save half a line A. 1. 458 The protagonists of the Trojan War On Seneca's version A. 1. 462 A persistent stumbling-block? A personal approach to a conclusive answer A. 1. 603-5 A sense of justice and righteousness To whom do these virtues properly belong? A. 1. 646 A loving father's cura An analysis of the use of carus A. 2. 121 Emphasis on a terrifying Apollo Madvig's support of an anonymous conjecture A. 2. 139 On an unmotivated et Restoration via scriptura continua A. 2. 433-4 A genitive seeking its governing noun From another vantage point: `retributive actions' in context A. 2. 485 In defence of V (and Geymonat) A good, but lonely singular needs strengthening A. 2. 567-88 The Helen Episode - a never-ending debate? if accepting 1) that it is by Vergil and/or 2) meant to fill a lacuna A. 2. 598 Accusative or nominative? A real pro et contra case A. 2. 738 The heart-breaking loss of Creusa A proper emendation is a natural response A. 2. 749 An interpolated line? The hysteron proteron diagnosed A. 3. 417 On Helenus' prophecy I A challenging instance of abl. medio A. 3. 684-6 On Helenus' prophecy II Nisbet's conjecture and the final clause A. 4. 126 A terminable intrusion Negatively affecting the context if accepted A. 4. 176 The birth of Fama How Bahrens did away with Fama's timidity A. 4. 223-4 Jupiter describing Aeneas at Carthage Restoration of the god's words by lenient surgery A. 4. 375 On the language of strong emotion within acceptable linguistic bounds A. 4. 469-73 Dido ~ 1) Pentheus and 2) Orestes 1) Allen introduced the Maenads, 2) ego the scene of the matricide A. 5. 300 A runner's name and origin Parisinus Lat. 7306 accepted A. 5. 851 Treacherous weather Much hinges on what et combines A. 6. 153 Animals to soothe the nether deities Pecudes as the chief expiatory rite A. 6. 293 'Hollow forms' Bentley's reading adopted A. 6. 438 In need of final consensus An opportunity to side with Timpanaro and Conte A. 6. 460 Vergil `imitating' Catullus A jocular phrase becomes a tragic confession A. 6. 466 Aeneas' last words to Dido An attempt to solve an enigma of grammatical analysis A. 6. 561 `Air' or `ear'? The function of either in context A. 6. 585-6 Punctuation and punishment The place of a full stop is no trifle A. 6. 588 Where did Salmoneus challenge Zeus? On the function of the adj. medius A. 6. 601-2 Should we miss Tantalus? In other words: Is the text sound, corrupt or lacunose? A. 6. 615 A hidden hendiadyoin It will emerge if one letter is taken away A. 6. 658-9 Eridanus below and above ground Horsfall is only one letter from goal A. 6. 746 Present or perfect III? PR, Serv. and Tib. Don. preferred A. 6. 761 The hopeless lucis loca Heinsius' suggestion seeks followers A. 6. 791 Punctuation to be changed Why Hic vir hic is recommended with no comma A. 6. 817-23 Ultor Brutus Capital Utcumque as part of an interpretation A. 6. 846 Predicting a Fabius as Maximus Cunctator The way Vergil imitates Ennius A. 6. 852 Global rule over the populi Half a line grasping its essence A. 6. 893-6 The troublesome exit from Hades What if lines 897-8 are put before 893-6 (excluding 896)? A. 7. 129 `Disasters' or `exile'? In support of R.D. Williams A. 7. 377 A queen's maenadic arena An interpretation based on Jasper's extension of that arena A. 7. 543 A hellish creature flies to heaven In support of Schaper's (Deuticke's) and Conte's dative A. 7. 598-9 An old king's tragedy Is the transmitted text compatible with truth and logic? A. 7. 741 The annoying soluti The simple solution should as always be heeded A. 7. 773 A locus solubilis? Critics favouring P have many good points A. 9. 51 The right place of a comma Word-order reflects the viva vox of the commander A. 9. 79 Cybele's eternal fame Where a `but' is ill-placed A. 9. 85-6 A questionable deletion The forest of Mount Ida differentiated A. 9. 91 Cybele's concern for the Trojan fleet A postponed neu emphasizing A. 9. 130 Jupiter at war with the Trojans To understand Turnus' sneer M is preferred A. 9. 140-2 Misogyny sub iudice To acquit the form perosos a comma (141) has to go A. 9. 215 Nisus' request for burial Peerlkamp was on the right track A. 9. 243 In defence of a fut. simpl. It is indeed an issue according to ms. evidence A. 9. 363 A spurious line? A definite stand may be close on duty A. 9. 390-2 Where to put a question mark A final decision is yet to be reached A. 9. 402-3 Nisus praying to Luna With the author's late recognition of Ribbeck's brilliance A. 9. 461-4 Turnus arming his ranks The author's confidence in Wagner and M A. 9. 471 The neglected variant makes its claims P was accepted by La Cerda A. 9. 481 The gender of a predicative pronoun R is still without enough support A. 9. 539 Le mot propre Schrader's proposal unearthed A. 9. 599 `War' or `death'? Burmannus helps to make the appropriate decision A. 9. 709 A solitary neuter One's reaction to an anomaly has its reasons A. 9. 733 The shield of Turnus A description that confuses with its variants A. 9. 764 The back of fleeing fighters An irregularity is sacrificed A. 9. 789 A true dilemma Ablative, genitive or dative? A. 10. 366 More than a personal palinode Not only Madvig's aquis, but also my own eos must go A. 10. 705 Paris' name twice over? Ellis against triumphant Bentley A. 11. 50 The troublesome et yet again The solution is presented under A. 2. 139 A. 11. 256 An abnormal pronoun Vergil's usage wins the day A. 12. 161 A pompous mustering of forces Whereby a comma has to change its place A. 12. 218 Brackets or no brackets? A long-winded path towards emendation A. 12. 286 Latinus' report of failure The hidden reference of referens A. 12. 470 Present or perfect IV? V should take the pride of place in the app. crit. A. 12. 648 Why not the easy way? Wagner's case against Housman's A. 12. 790 Exhausted heroes On how to combine and interpret five words
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