324 I) Poetavum Lesbiovuna Fragmenta (Oxford 1955). 2) E.g. E. Lobel, Σ A Π OY Σ � ΕΛΗ (Oxford 1925); E. Heitsch, Zum Sappho-Text, Hermes 95 (1967), 390 ff., who lists others of this opinion; G. M. Kirkwood, Early Greek Monody (Ithaca, N.Y. 1974), 252 ff.; J. T. Hooker, The Language and Text of the Lesbian Poets (Innsbruck 1977), 37. 3) Sapplzo et Alcaeus. Fragmenta (Amsterdam 1971). 4) SBAW Berlin 1902, I, 200. Cf. id. with Wilamowitz, Berliner Klassiker Texte, V (Berlin 1907), 16 f. The source for the text is P. Berol. 9722, a seventh-century parchment. 5) Op. cit., 87, with commentary on p. 90. 6) Cf. A. W. Gomme, JHS 77 (1957), 265 f.; Heitsch, loc. cit.; T. McEvilly, Sapphic Imagery and Fragment 96, Hermes 101 (1973), 262 f. 7) Cf. Heitsch, loc. cit.; D. A. Campbell, Greek Lyric Poetry (London 1967), 280 ; McEvilly, avt. cit.; C. W. Macleod, ZPE 14 (1974), 217-20, and now H. Sichtermann, Das Mondlicht als Vergleich in der Kunstbetrachtung, Gymn. 86 (1979), 505 ff., especially n. I with further literature (reference courtesy of Professor Verdenius); C. Carey, CQ 28 (1978), 366 ff. 8) Textkritik (1925), § 29. 9) Textual Notes
Mnemosyne – Brill
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