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scholia on the Aves of Aristophanes

with an introduction on the origin, development, transmission, and extant sources of the old Greek commentary on his comedies

by White, John Williams

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Published by Ginn in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aristophanes

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcollected and edited by John Williams White.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA3875.A8 A1 1914
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcxii, 378 p.
    Number of Pages378
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16443273M
    LC Control Number15007373

    The Scholia on the Aves of Aristophanes: With an Introduction on the Origin, Development, Transmission, and Extant Sources of the Old Greek Commentary on His Comedies Author: John Williams White, PhD Found: TripCode ITPbB/. Used: 1 time. The chief ancient authorities for his life are Horace (Odes with Scholia), Dio Cassius, Tacitus (Annals), Suetonius (Augustus). The literature of succeeding centuries furnishes only isolated references; the more important are found in the scholia on Aristophanes, the lexicons of Hesychius, Photius and others, and the Etymologicum Magnum.

    D. M. MacDowell, Aristophanes and Athens (Oxford, ), pp. 7. See scholia on Knights Note also perhaps scholia on Wasps b that relate Aristophanes’ abuse of Eupolis to the latter’s Autolukos of /0. The scholia on the Aves of Aristophanes: with an introduction on the (1) =As New/--(3) A14 (1) adult (1) Ancient Greece (1) Ancient Greek (2) ancient history (1) Antique Books .

    In he retired from Harvard entirely in order to devote himself to what was to be an exhaustive edition of Aristophanes, including all the scholia. He died having published The Verse of Greek Comedy and Scholia on the Aves. This edition has the benefit of the scholia of Thomas Magister, John Tzetzes and Demetrius Triclinus themselves incorporating much of the more ancient commentaries of Appolonius, Callimaches, Didymus and others, which were superseded in later editions by much newer but also much inferior work. Adams, A N° de réf. du vendeur ABE


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Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "Manuscripts of Aristophanes containing scholia on the Aves": p.

lxxxvi-ciii "Greek authors cited in the arguments and scholia on the Aves": p. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Aristophanes.

Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. Aristophanes: The Acharnians (Gutenberg text) Aristophanes: The Acharnians (HTML with commentary at Perseus) Aristophanes: The Birds (Gutenberg text) Aristophanes: Birds, trans.

by Ian Johnston (Javascript-dependent Flash with commentary at Richer. The Scholia on the Knights D. Mervyn Jones and Nigel G. Wilson: Scholia Vetera in Aristophanis Equites Et Scholia Tricliniana in Aristophanis Equites.

(Scholia in Aristophanem, Pars I, Fasc. Ii.) Pp. Xxvii + ; 2 Plates. Groningen: Wolters–Noordhoff, Cloth, Fl. [REVIEW] K. Dover - - The Classical Review 22 (01) ‘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.

Aristophanes, in order to gibe at an obscure poet, mentions the equally obscure town " Lepreus," whereupon Didymus tells us that the town was so called either because the rocks there had a white, scaly, leprous look, or because the original inhabitants were lepers, whom their neigh- bours sneered at as " Leper-folk" (Aerplayras), so that they.

J.W. White, The Scholia on the Aves of Aristophanes (Boston ). Wilamowitz U. von Wilamowitz-Moellendorf, Einleitung in die griechische Tragödie (Berlin ). Wilson N.G. Wilson, "A Chapter in the History of Scholia," CQ 17 () – Wilson Continens scholia vetera et recentiora in Aristophanis Vespas / edidit W.J.W.

Koster --fasc. Continens scholia vetera et recentiora in Aristophanis Pacem / edidit D. Holwerda --fasc. Scholia vetera et regentiora in Aristophanis Aves / edidit D.

Holwerda. Groningen: E. Forsten --fasc. Scholia in Aristophanis Lysistratam / edidit J. Hangard. THE SCHOLIA ON THE A VES OF ARISTOPHANES. The Scholia on the Aves of Aristophanes, with an Introduction on the Origin, Development, Transmission, and ex-tant Sources of the old Greek Com-mentary on his Comedies.

Collected and edited by JOHN WILLIAMS WHITE, Ph.D., Professor of Greek Emeritus in the Harvard University. cxii + Boston and. Product Information: Excerpt from Scholia Aristophanica, Vol.

1 of 3: Being Such Comments Adscript to the d of Aristophanes as Have Been Preserved in the Codex Ravennas; Arranged, Emended, and TranslatedIT was a tenet, we are told, of the Rabbi Gamaliel that a man could not study the Law without sin, who made the study of the Law his sole Rating: % positive.

Ancient Authors and Works. Most of my abbreviations of ancient works are those of LSJ (= Liddell and Scott, A Greek-English Lexicon, 9th edn., rev.

Jones), except that I use WD for Hesiod's Works and Days, Hik.(Hiketides) for Aeschylus' and Euripides' Suppliant Women, and Her. for Euripides' Herakles, and have usually (except for Ar.'s plays, in deference to the General Ed.) preferred. 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. book, but without scholia. Four months later the same house issued, as an appendix, two plays not previously published, the Thesmophoriazusae and the Lysistrata.

In the dedication of this little book the editor says that they were obtained from a manuscript which contained also other plays of Aristophanes. Aristophanes, Acharnians, comm. Graves (): [Google Books edition] Aristophanes, Clouds, comm.

Forman (): [Google Books edition] The Scholia on the Aves of Aristophanes, ed. White (): [Google Books edition] Aristophanes, Wealth, ed. Porson-Dobree (Cambridge ): [Google Books. The Scholia on the Knights D. Mervyn Jones and Nigel G.

Wilson: Scholia Vetera in Aristophanis Equites et Scholia Tricliniana in Aristophanis Equites. (Scholia in Aristophanem, pars i, fasc. ii.) Pp. xxvii + ; 2 plates. Groningen: Wolters–Noordhoff, Cloth, fl. [Book Review].The main text of the Aristophanes marked the last appearance of Aldus’s first Greek type.

The surrounding annotations, Musurus’ scholia, required a smaller subsidiary character, which was apparently especially designed for use in this particular book—at all events, the scholia is the first text to be set in Aldus’s second Greek type.resources, but the book proved to be a disappointment.

It con-tains the Plutus of Aristophanes (" 'Aptc7roodvov9 IJXoro fico9kat-8'a "), the Medea and fifteen verses of the Hypolytus of Euripides, the Prometheus of Aeschylus, and some other small matters. It is a schoolboy's book of the seventeenth century, with a feeble interlinear version in.