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By Michael Lipka

This research makes a speciality of the nature, literary precursors and results of the language in Virgil's Eclogues. it truly is divided into 4 significant sections: notice formation, linguistic versions, sort point, own names. every one part examines the impact of past poets (Theocritus, Callimachus, Ennius, Lucretius, Catullus et al.), the reception by way of later poets of the Augustan Age (Propertius, Tibullus, Ovid) and specifically the connection of the Eclogues to Vergil's later paintings (Georgica, Aeneis).

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194-201 has given a survey of the history of such collections until modem times as far as the Eclogues are concerned. 6 The most comprehensive survey of Vergilian adaptations in the Eclogues from earlier authors is offered by Hosius 1 9 1 5. For collections of adaptations from single authors see the introductory parts of the foJlowing chapters. 7 For a recent bibliography of Theocritean influence on Vergil see A. Kiihnken, 'Theokrit 1950-1994 (1 996)' Lustrum 37 (1 995), 243-249. 8 Gebauer 1861 (based on his dissertation D� po�tarum bueolieorum inprimis T�oeriti earminibus in Eelogis a V�rgilio adumbratis.

Especially 5·7; Leumann 1977. 481. 52 Numitor. carm. fr. 2 [FPL]: dic mihi Damoeta: 'cuium pecus anne Latinum? I non, verllm Aegonis noStri, 8ic rure IoqullntUr (punctuation uncertain). Wills 1996. 23 comparea VI! at Theoc. 3 in tenns of dialectal marking. 53 Pace Putnam 1970, 122 n. 30. 54 In Latin tbe construction is apparently restricted to poetry, see multa instead of multum (Enn. ) and cetera instead of cettrum (Enn. ann. ). AtEnn. ann. ): ululatque ... acuta (Skutsch: acute). Closer to our pasaagc: i.

But this aspect of the problem is unduly overstressed : whatever the actual meaning of the word, more surprising i& the employment of the unconunon prosaism instead of another more poetic or at least Vergilian tenn. In other words, the question of style is at least 88 important as the question of semantics hece. Besides, I cannot regard the semantic ambiguity of the tenn here as anything but deIibetate. I. 29. 5 1 cantamen) l 1 S and Tibullus none. Most nota�le is Ovid. In the . In -men which he Metamorphoses and the Fasti he has 18 (17) new creations employs altogether 44 times.

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