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FrC 19.1 Antiphanes frr. 1-100

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Antiphanes is one of the most important writers of the Middle Attic comedy. His plays deal with matters connected to mythological subjects, although others referenced particular professional and national persons or characters, while other plays focused on the intrigues of personal life. This volume contains an introduction, a critical text, translation and complete philological, literary and historical commentary on the testimonia and fragments (fr. 1 - 100; Agroikos/The Rustic - Ephesia/The Girl of Ephesus) of Antiphanes.

About the author

S. Douglas Olson is Distinguished McKnight University Professor in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies at the University of Minnesota, and a Visiting Professor at Bilkent University in Ankara.


This volume of the Fragmenta Comica series comments fragments of the Greek comic poet Antiphanes. It contains a critical text, translation and complete philological, literary and historical commentary.

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Authors S Douglas Olson, S. Douglas Olson
Publisher Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 26.01.2023
EAN 9783949189630
ISBN 978-3-949189-63-0
No. of pages 402
Dimensions 155 mm x 3 mm x 230 mm
Weight 762 g
Series Fragmenta Comica
Fragmenta Comica 019 H
Subjects Humanities, art, music > Linguistics and literary studies

Athen, Altes Griechenland, Griechische Komödie, Agroikos, Ephesia, Antiphanes

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