A NOTE ON μιαστωρ (AESCHYLUS, EUMENIDES 177)

A NOTE ON μιαστωρ (AESCHYLUS, EUMENIDES 177) MISCELLANEA 719 resolution of the last syllable of lk ( 2ia ) (within a longer sequence) is really no more remarkable than resolution of the last syllable of 2ia or gl (the latter becom- ing frequent in late Eur.). Here the third colon in the epode is best regarded at once as a resolved variation of the two preceding cola (or verses) and as the begin- ning of a trochaic run (as shown by my indentations). 20) [ ¤k‹le!ƒ ] ¤k‹le!a was proposed again by Wilamowitz ( Griechische Verskunst 269), followed by Murray and Powell. Wilamowitz also excised barb‹roi! litaÝ! as a presumed doublet of barb‹rvi boi (n. 22 below). 21) For the pattern of the anadiplosis now as . . . ¤k‹le!ƒ ¤k‹le!ƒ with both words elided and the whole coterminous with a metron, cf. 1054 . . . Žg‹meyƒ Žg‹meyƒ . . . , Hel. 195 ¦molen ¦mole ~ 214 ¦laxen ¦laxe (and Diggle, Euripidea 388-90). Here ¤k- ¤k - can be taken equally well with either the preceding or the following colon. 22) An obvious alternative is to postulate that ÞÅ , barb‹rvi boi and ÞÅ , bar- b‹roi! litaÝ! were ancient variants (so Wilamowitz http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mnemosyne Brill

A NOTE ON μιαστωρ (AESCHYLUS, EUMENIDES 177)

Mnemosyne, Volume 55 (6): 719 – Jan 1, 2002

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MISCELLANEA 719 resolution of the last syllable of lk ( 2ia ) (within a longer sequence) is really no more remarkable than resolution of the last syllable of 2ia or gl (the latter becom- ing frequent in late Eur.). Here the third colon in the epode is best regarded at once as a resolved variation of the two preceding cola (or verses) and as the begin- ning of a trochaic run (as shown by my indentations). 20) [ ¤k‹le!ƒ ] ¤k‹le!a was proposed again by Wilamowitz ( Griechische Verskunst 269), followed by Murray and Powell. Wilamowitz also excised barb‹roi! litaÝ! as a presumed doublet of barb‹rvi boi (n. 22 below). 21) For the pattern of the anadiplosis now as . . . ¤k‹le!ƒ ¤k‹le!ƒ with both words elided and the whole coterminous with a metron, cf. 1054 . . . Žg‹meyƒ Žg‹meyƒ . . . , Hel. 195 ¦molen ¦mole ~ 214 ¦laxen ¦laxe (and Diggle, Euripidea 388-90). Here ¤k- ¤k - can be taken equally well with either the preceding or the following colon. 22) An obvious alternative is to postulate that ÞÅ , barb‹rvi boi and ÞÅ , bar- b‹roi! litaÝ! were ancient variants (so Wilamowitz

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