Edward Courtney (ed.), The Fragmentary Latin Poets

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Acrostich 30–2
Adjectives: substantivalized 5–8, 321; celer fem. 46; celerissimus 101; analogical formations 101, 125, 412; abundance of 151, 168; neuter plural used adverbially 109; compound 54, 118, 125–6, 140, 147, 166, 168, 170, 174–7, 180, 226, 246, 373, 393, 396, 413, 417, 464; compound with per 277; enallage 289, 398
Adverbs: celere 9; in -iter 114, 132, 414
Aetiology 58, 113, 293
Alexander of Ephesus 247–8
Alexander of Macedon 316 ff., 401, 474
Alliterative pairs 168–9, 172
Anacreon 118–19, 417
Analogical formations and constructions 118, 404, 412–13, 418
Antipater of Sidon 75, 207, 353
Apostrophe 205, 241, 243
Apuleius and Gellius 71–2, 396
Archias 75, 78, 353
Archaism 44, 372
Aristotle 49, 91, 184
Astronomy: morning star 137, 152–3, 218, 450; sun, moon, planets 143, 163–5, 247–50, 344
Auctoritas 56, 106
Augustus 199, 282–3, 303–5, 334 ff., 473–5
Bavius 285, 301
Boio(s) 294
Bucolic 290
Caesar, Julius 199, 201–3, 210, 212, 225, 228, 237–8, 265, 471–2, 483–4
Caesellius Vindex 97, 101
Callimachus 18, 75–6, 91, 200, 206, 213, 222–4, 231, 279, 458
Calques 103, 115, 121, 204
Camenae and Muses 44, 47–8, 85 and addenda, 266
Canons and Indices of authors 96, 145, 153–5
Catachresis 120, 125–6, 440
Catalepton 202, 471, 473, 478
Chiasmus 163–4, 301, 382, 409, 414, 441
Ciris 190, 206, 214, 219, 223
Citation: misunderstood by source 214, 311, 359, 389; slip of memory in 216, 281, 292, 350; garbling of 301, 362, 405, 407–8
Columbanus 438
Dialect forms 5–6, 51, 221, 386
Diction, level of 60, 72, 197, 350, 368, 461
Didactic 147, 341, 406–7
Diminutives 15, 118, 122 (double), 126, 137, 222, 278, 302, 372, 382–3, 396–9, 400, 407, 412–14
Diogenes of Apollonia 30–8
Doctrina 201, 289, 389
Domina 267
Dramatic propriety broken 36
pg 538Empedocles 30–5
Ennius 83–5, 94, 195–6, 238, 455
Epic: panegyrical 52, 97, 199, 236–7; in second century ad 372, 401; council of gods 53–4, 157–8, 173–4; miniature 152, 164, 200–1
Epicureanism 103, 271–5
Epigrams, questions in 43, 177, 480
Epimenides 246, 457
Epitaphs: for animals 384–6, 412–14; hexameter 50; topics of: dead speak from tomb 42, 304–5; weeping 43, 47–9, 307; 'also' 303–4; hospes 305; quid profuit 90, 326
Epithalamium 203–5, 229, 421
Eratosthenes 247–9
Etymology 35, 37–8, 48, 120, 122–3, 125, 274, 405, 408, 439
Euphemism, sexual 313, 484; agricultural metaphor 399
Euphorion 213, 261–2
Extemporization 353
Fable 8
Fescennine verses 131, 283, 387, 390
Freedmen cognomina 144, 306
Fulgentius 350, 430, 445, 468
Germanicus 187–8, 316–19
Grammatici 118, 142, 155, 190, 193–5, 302, 306, 342, 381; litterator 190, 414; see also Orbilius
Greece, cultural journeys to 214–17, 392, cf. 95
Greek customs interpreted in Roman terms 131, 294
Greek epigrams: by Roman authors 175, 182, 345, 348; translated or adapted by Romans 370, 395
Greek misunderstood 240, 294
Greek words taken into Latin 5, 33, 141, 217, 416
Hephaestion 413
Herodas 104–6
Hipponax 104–5, 203
History, liberties taken with 157, 164, 177–8, 485
Homer 45–6, 99–102, 107, 175, 195–6, 227, 280, 331, 465; gives precedent for metrical features 22–3, 218
Homoeoteleuton 41, 440
Hyginus 217; Poet. Astr. and Fab. 457–8
iam in ecphrasis of time 156, 322, 330
Ilias Latina 100–1
Imitation of whole line 238; see also Vergil
'Kenning' 15, 19, 141
Livius Andronicus 46, 83–6, 129
Locus amoenus 443
Love poetry, topics 361, 422; see also Pseudonyms, Wives, Domina
Lucan 295
Lucilius 56, 62, 90, 190
Lydia 191
Macaronic verse 312
Magic 140–1, 434
Meleager, Garland of 75, 78–82, 193
Menander 379, 397–8
Metamorphosis 152, 201, 293–4
Metonymy 147
Mevius 285, 303
Neoteric, noui and nouelli poetae 189, 255, 280, 373–4, 460
Nicander 292, 295–8
Nouns: voc. attracted from nom. 154; nom. in apposition to voc. 68; 2nd. decl. voc. in -ie 135; -ai gen. of 1st decl. 150, 180; poetic plur. 45–6; pg 539hordea 285–6; genitive after adjectives 128; abstract in -tas and -tudo 62–3, 137; collective singular 135, 181, 379, 410, 443; 5th decl. forms of gen. and dat. 101–2, 132, 180, 388; declension of Greek 35, 41, 65–6, 104, 234, 328, 388; relation-words include feminine 421; compound 126–7, 134
Noui, nouelli poetae, see Neoteric
Orbilius 194, 302
Ovid 205, 270, 292, 303–5, 315, 331
Oxymoron 49, 339
Parataxis 16, 436
Partneius 208, 212–15, 220, 260–2
Participal clauses in hexameters 154, 176, 246
Pervigilium Veneris 380, 429, 444, 478
Philochorus 58, 139
Philodemus 271, 275
Plato 395–6, 429, 433–7, 445
Plotinus 429
Poeta and Vates 10, 18, 47–8
Polar Expression 39–40; in hymns 68, 435
Polyptoton 395
Pompey 145, 210, 425
Porphyry 429
Priapea 313–14
Priamel 5
Pronouns: med 31–2; clauses drift away from relative and interrogative 383, 434
Propertius 261–70 passim
Prudentius 381, 439
Pseudonyms in love-poetry 228, 260–2; not used 208, 228
Puns and word-play 15, 17, 49, 130–1, 184, 193, 257, 383, 394–9, 109; variation of quantity in 19, 309, 399
Pythagoras 30–1 and addenda
-que: after -ě 163; postponed 168; in first element of anaphora 368; connects dissimilars 321; -que … -que 24, 162 (10.68), 179 (2), 367 (1.2), 436
Reciproci versus 462
Recitation 256, 285, 320, 329–30, 371
Religion: sex of divinity 67, 139–40, 204, 436; immolare 409; ador 146; lectisternium 473; apotropaic obscenity 484; piety, fas 41, 77–8, 170; genius and birthday offering 395; hymns and hymn-formulae 67–8, 137, 139, 417, 433–4, 441, 456, 459, 464; omnipotens 67; Orphism 66–7; omens, right and left 55, 77, 176, 409; praepes 100, 176; tesca 54–5; sacrifice 146, 294; milk 164; kiss in adoration 77, 399; morning prayers 77; numen 167, 176
Retrograde formation 33, 126, 128, 132, 408
Rhetoric 316, 331
Rhyme 168
Ring-composition 163–4, 230, 319, 400, 441, 443
Romance, forms surviving in 126, 278, 284–5, 376
Rome, secret name of 65, 405
Sallust 30 addenda, 145, 470
Sappho 72, 237, 417
Scholia 100 and addenda, 149, 239–41; scholiastic terminology 198, 275
Scipio Aemilianus 89–90, 95
Simias 119, 137, 417
Technopaegnia 119, 136–7
Tetrasticha 292
Theognis 379
Tibullus 303–4
Translation from Greek, freedom in 76, 99, 101; see also Greek misunderstood
Valerius Cato 188–91, 223, 229, 268
pg 540Varro Reatinus 65–6, 118, 121, 235, 246, 248; De Poetis 42, 49, 83–4
Vates, see Poeta and Vates
Verbs: passive participles with active sense 121, 134, 206; compound and simple 32, 172; compounds in -fico 81; passive infinitive in -ier 168, 435; inceptive 97–8, 126; personal and impersonal 72; queuntur 61; historic present in verbs of giving birth 459; pluperf. = perf. 166, 445
Vergil 129, 163, 165, 176, 205, 211, 213–14, 250, 254–6, 259–62, 267–75, 284–6; imitates whole lines? 242, 245, 273–4; interpretation of Bucolics 288, 300
Wives and love-poetry 208, 345, 361
Word-order: ἀπὸ κοινοῦ‎ 166, 289, 327, 380, 458–9 (10); postponement of conjunctions 22, 73, 129, 154, 242, 276; symmetrical word-placement 151, 216, 238, 246, 320; dislocated 268, 299
Word-repetition 27, 58, 151, 180, 338–9
Zeugma 439
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