Aeetiana : the method and intellectual context of a by J. Mansfeld, D.T. Runia, J. Mansfeld, D. T. Runia

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1 3 a. * Einleitung in die Tragodie (1889) 121 ff. 5 References in the article of F. Bomer, ‘Der Commentarim', Herm. , but he did not mention Wilamowitz’s theory. 6 I fully agree in this point with Turner, Athenian Books 17. 7 Marcellin. Vita Thuc. 54; Paroemiogr. cod. Coisl. 157 — Append. 11 35, ed. , Vol. 1 400 cts την 'Ηροδότου σκιάν. This late tradition, often rejected, was righdy accepted by F. Jacoby, RE, Suppl. 11 330, and John L. Myres, Herodotus, Father of History (1953) 5* F. Jacoby, A£,jSuppl.

Al την ΑινίΙανΆθηναν Ιτίμησ^ν άναθήμασιν, iv οΐ$ ήν χαλκό vs λίβης . . οδτος S’ cfyev htiypa-φην Φοινικικοϊς γράμμασιν, 5. φασιν πρώτον etc Φοινίκης els τήν Ελλάδα κομισθηναι; cf. Polyzelus of Rhodes 521 FGrHist 1. Phoenician Script and Greek Alphabet 23 the ‘elements’ of their language, which they called στοιχεία ,1 vowels as well as consonants. Now for the first time the quantity of the syllables and especially the structure of the quantitive verse could be displayed. A true alphabet2 had come into being.

4. 5 Abridged and revised edition by G. R. ; cf. C. H. Roberts, ‘The Codex*, Proc. Brit. Acad. 40 (1954) 172, η. I, 182. 6 Cf. Ctesias, 688 FGrHist 5 (vol. in c, 450. 17 Jacoby, 1958) «V των βασιλικών διφθ^ρών, tv βίδ οί Π4ρσαι ras παλαιάς πράξεις . . ίϊχον συντεταγμένα^ however little credit Ctesias of Gnidos may deserve as a writer of Persian history, his reference to the $ιφθ4ραι can no longer be disregarded; see also Driver, loc. cit. and H. Hunger in Geschichte der Textiiberlieferung 1 (1961) 30 (and 34 on the preparation of parchment, cf.

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