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eBook The Tragedies of Ennius: The Fragments (Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries) ePub
Author: H. D. Jocelyn
Language: English
ISBN: 0521069114
ISBN13: 978-0521069113
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (October 2, 1967)
Pages: 482
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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The Tragedies of Ennius were theatrical adaptations of Attic originals. The Tragedies of Ennius by . Jocelyn has been for a long time the only comprehensive study on the fragments of plays that had great influence on later Latin literature

The Tragedies of Ennius were theatrical adaptations of Attic originals. None has survived; but fragments of twenty-two of them can be found in the work of other writers. Dr Jocelyn prints all the identifiable fragments, substantial extracts from the works which quote them and, where necessary, a critical apparatus. Jocelyn has been for a long time the only comprehensive study on the fragments of plays that had great influence on later Latin literature. Any student who wished to avail himself of this volume, however, was forced to visit the library, since it has long been out of print.

Ennius, The Tragedies: the fragments. Pp. viii + 473. £7. W. Morel. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 24 September 2012. Export citation Request permission. Exclusive Licence to Publish: The Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies.

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The Tragedies of Ennius. Text Books Jacques Waardenburg. New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1999. Cambridge: University Press, 1967. ISBN: 3-11-016328-4 paperback, 742 pages.

Presocratic Fragments Graham The Texts of Early Greek Philosophy. The Complete Fragments and Selected Testimonies of the Major Presocratics. The Tragedies of Ennius H. D. Jocelyn: The Tragedies of Ennius.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ennius' Annales: text and translation of all fragments at attalus. Jocelyn, H. (1972). The Poems of Quintus Ennius. Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt . Fragments of Ennius' Annals at The Latin Library; text from Wordsworth (1874), line numbering from Warmington (1935). org; adapted from Warmington (1935). Ennius: translation of selected fragments at elfinspell. com; from Specimens of the Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome by Various Translators (1847). Remains of old latin. Vol. 1: Aennius and Caecilius, E. H. Warmington (a cura di), Cambridge-London, 1935, pagg.

Decimus Laberius: The Fragments. Книга 46. This is a newly revised, critical text of the fragments attributed to the Roman knight and mimographer Decimus Laberius, a witty and crudely satirical contemporary of Cicero and Caesar. It is clearly written and will interest students, non-specialists and professional scholars alike.

The Tragedies of Ennius. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cicero,Cato maior de Senectute. Greek Poetry in Cicero’s Prose Writing. Yale Classical Studies 23: 61–111. Pratt, Norman T. 1983.

The Tragedies of Ennius were theatrical adaptations of Attic originals. None has survived; but fragments of twenty-two of them can be found in the work of other writers. Dr Jocelyn prints all the identifiable fragments, substantial extracts from the works which quote them and, where necessary, a critical apparatus. The long introduction discusses the early history of Roman public spectacles; the physical conditions of the theatre in the third and second centuries; the effect these had on the poets who had to adapt the scripts of Attic tragedies; the general character of the Latin plays thus produced; and the fate of these scripts (particularly those of Ennius) in later antiquity. The commentary is both detailed and discursive. Besides glossing and interpreting in the usual way, it considers the problems of restoring individual fragments and of using these fragments to reconstruct both the plays from which they came and the Attic originals. It also elucidates the methods used by Ennius to reproduce the effects of language and style of the classical Athenian dramatists.
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