Observations On Menander's Dyskolos

Observations On Menander's Dyskolos 396 luculentum testimonium in ultimis scholii verbis extat, ubi Crius non ocLyLvLr7?q (ita Lb Chalc), sed 1t'CXÀCXLOC; CXtYLV?T1)Ç (ita Ho Harl. 5) vocatur, Horum codicum intima affinitas etiam apparet ex erroribus communibus in versu citato commissis pro et ou xaxaipmq pro oùx Haec, quod ad scholium ipsum attinet; nunc me ad editiones fragmentorum lyricorum converto. In apparatu Bergkii (fr. 13, p. 393) post alia scholia huc pertinentia versus ille affertur, qualis in scholio nostro, de quo Bergk nos certiores non facit, a Dd-Db editus erat: 6 xcxLp6q (addita lectione codicis Harl. 5 6 xpt6q in app. Dd-Db allata correcta) oùx cixoc[pwq. Istud cixoc'tpcoq a Bergkio non probatur, et quidem iure, cum ex auctoris corporis nostri coniectura natum videatur. Diehl2 (fr. 22, t. II, p. 94) scholia, quae post sch. RV sequuntur, perverse affert, cum ex scholiis cancellis [[ ]] a Db saeptis ea, quae sch. nostrum praecedunt, parte ultima omissa citat (1. 31-37), dum ea "Schol. LB Harl. ad I." efficere perhibet omisso scholio nostro eiusque lectione ocxcx(pCùC;. Page denique (fr. 2, p. 239), ut olim Dubner Dindorfium, Diehlium sequi satis habuit paucis additis; eadem quasi ex "Schol. LBHarl. 5" affert, quae Diehl; fragmenti verba a Diehlio in app. non iterata plene inseruit. Hoc syllabo errorum confirmatur illud, quod nuper Severyns in libro Texte et apparat perspicue demonstravit: arte critica non solum in libris manu scriptis, sed etiam in editionibus typis redditis opus esse. GRONINGEN, Helper Esweg 23 W. J. W. KOSTER OBSERVATIONS ON MENANDER'S DYSKOLOS 18. The Bodmer papyrus (hereafter referred to as II) has xai To <ox4 vuxio5 Metrical sanity requires the deletion of one of the monosyllables. Two points in favour of the deletion of To 1) deserve to be made: (I) Deletion of this definite article brings the phrase into accord with the usual Attic formulation in cases where the genitive has some precision 2), e.g., Thuc. II 20, 4 ylya f.LÉpoç ... 7t6Àe:(ùç; id. VII 56, 3 Tou vavTixo5 tL6YOc ylpoq ; Xen. Oec. VII 25 7r:keZov tL6poq xai Tou q.¡6?ou; cf. Kihner-Gerth, I 607 f., which is more relevant to the point at issue than 606, cited by Diano 3). (II) Addition of To would be easily explicable during the period of the koine, when the equivalent phrase with the definite article before became a cliche : e.g., Polybius III 92, I Tà id. III 102, i ; Arrian Anab. VII 14, 3. 1) First proposed by Lloyd-Jones, C.R. 9 (1959), 183 and Thierfelder, Rh. M. 102 (1959), 141; cf. Steffen in Zucker's Menanders Dyskolos als Zeugnis seiner Epoche, 71. 2) Menander fr. 407 K.-Th. refers to part of a day (cf. Dem. XX 26), and so is not a relevant parallel to a passage con- cerned with the nights of a marriage. 3) Note in margine al Dyskolos di Menandro, 8. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mnemosyne Brill

Observations On Menander's Dyskolos

Mnemosyne , Volume 19 (4): 396 – Jan 1, 1966
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396 luculentum testimonium in ultimis scholii verbis extat, ubi Crius non ocLyLvLr7?q (ita Lb Chalc), sed 1t'CXÀCXLOC; CXtYLV?T1)Ç (ita Ho Harl. 5) vocatur, Horum codicum intima affinitas etiam apparet ex erroribus communibus in versu citato commissis pro et ou xaxaipmq pro oùx Haec, quod ad scholium ipsum attinet; nunc me ad editiones fragmentorum lyricorum converto. In apparatu Bergkii (fr. 13, p. 393) post alia scholia huc pertinentia versus ille affertur, qualis in scholio nostro, de quo Bergk nos certiores non facit, a Dd-Db editus erat: 6 xcxLp6q (addita lectione codicis Harl. 5 6 xpt6q in app. Dd-Db allata correcta) oùx cixoc[pwq. Istud cixoc'tpcoq a Bergkio non probatur, et quidem iure, cum ex auctoris corporis nostri coniectura natum videatur. Diehl2 (fr. 22, t. II, p. 94) scholia, quae post sch. RV sequuntur, perverse affert, cum ex scholiis cancellis [[ ]] a Db saeptis ea, quae sch. nostrum praecedunt, parte ultima omissa citat (1. 31-37), dum ea "Schol. LB Harl. ad I." efficere perhibet omisso scholio nostro eiusque lectione ocxcx(pCùC;. Page denique (fr. 2, p. 239), ut olim Dubner Dindorfium, Diehlium sequi satis habuit paucis additis; eadem quasi ex "Schol. LBHarl. 5" affert, quae Diehl; fragmenti verba a Diehlio in app. non iterata plene inseruit. Hoc syllabo errorum confirmatur illud, quod nuper Severyns in libro Texte et apparat perspicue demonstravit: arte critica non solum in libris manu scriptis, sed etiam in editionibus typis redditis opus esse. GRONINGEN, Helper Esweg 23 W. J. W. KOSTER OBSERVATIONS ON MENANDER'S DYSKOLOS 18. The Bodmer papyrus (hereafter referred to as II) has xai To <ox4 vuxio5 Metrical sanity requires the deletion of one of the monosyllables. Two points in favour of the deletion of To 1) deserve to be made: (I) Deletion of this definite article brings the phrase into accord with the usual Attic formulation in cases where the genitive has some precision 2), e.g., Thuc. II 20, 4 ylya f.LÉpoç ... 7t6Àe:(ùç; id. VII 56, 3 Tou vavTixo5 tL6YOc ylpoq ; Xen. Oec. VII 25 7r:keZov tL6poq xai Tou q.¡6?ou; cf. Kihner-Gerth, I 607 f., which is more relevant to the point at issue than 606, cited by Diano 3). (II) Addition of To would be easily explicable during the period of the koine, when the equivalent phrase with the definite article before became a cliche : e.g., Polybius III 92, I Tà id. III 102, i ; Arrian Anab. VII 14, 3. 1) First proposed by Lloyd-Jones, C.R. 9 (1959), 183 and Thierfelder, Rh. M. 102 (1959), 141; cf. Steffen in Zucker's Menanders Dyskolos als Zeugnis seiner Epoche, 71. 2) Menander fr. 407 K.-Th. refers to part of a day (cf. Dem. XX 26), and so is not a relevant parallel to a passage con- cerned with the nights of a marriage. 3) Note in margine al Dyskolos di Menandro, 8.

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