Critica: Textual Issues in Horace, Ennius, Vergil and Other Authors

October 31, 2020
Critica: Textual Issues in Horace, Ennius, Vergil and Other Authors

"Gathering together over sixty new and revised discussions oftextual issues, this volume represents notorious problems inwell-known texts from the classical era, by authors includingHorace, Ennius and Vergil.A follow-up to Vegiliana: Critical Studies on the Texts ofPublius Vergilius Maro (2017), the volume includes majorcontributions to the discussion of Horace's Carmen IV 8and IV 12, along with studies on Catullus Carmen 67 andHadrian's Animula vagula, as well as a new contribution onLivy's text at IV 20 in connection with Cossus' spoliaopima, and on Vergil's Aeneid 3. 147-152 and 11.151-153.On Ennius, the author presents several new ideas onAnn. 42 Sk. and 220-22l, and in editing Horace, hesuggests new principles for the critical apparatus and tries tofind a balance by weighing both sides in several studies, comparinga conservative and a radical approach.Critica will be an important resource for students andscholars of Latin language and literature"--