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Latin Literature - Ettore Paratore: Storia della Letteratura Latina. Pp. 991; 9 plates. Florence: Sansoni, 1950. Paper, L. 1400.

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page 172 note 1 Cf. particularly the famous choral ode, II. 332–75:

page 172 note 2 Cf. particularly Theseus' speech, II. 196– 218:

page 173 note 1 The distinction is perhaps most clearly and succinctly stated in G. J. Theocharides, Beiträge zur Geschichte des byzantinischen Pro-fantheaters im IV. und V. Jahrhunderts (αOϒραφίας IIαράρτημα 3), Salonica, 1940, p. 10.

page 173 note 2 What he says is: ‘hinc (from the general belief in the efficacy of dirae deprecationes) Theocriti apud Graecos, Catulli apud nos proximeque Vergilii incantamentorum amatoria imitatio’ (N.H. xxviii. 19).

page 173 note 3 He was a Roman from Pannonia, the son of one Tatulus. Cf. Seeck, O., Geschichte des Untergangs der antiken Welt, vi. 377; E. Stein, Geschichte des spätrömischen Reiches, 585–6, and sources there quoted.

page 173 note 4 The main vehicle through which the Romance became known in the West was the version made by the Archipresbyter Leo of Naples about 960 from a manuscript brought from Constantinople.

Latin Literature - Ettore Paratore: Storia della Letteratura Latina. Pp. 991; 9 plates. Florence: Sansoni, 1950. Paper, L. 1400.

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