A NOTE ON SERVIUS, AD AENEID 7, 637

@article{Keaveney1984ANO,
  title={A NOTE ON SERVIUS, AD AENEID 7, 637},
  author={A. Keaveney},
  journal={Philologus},
  year={1984},
  volume={128},
  pages={138 - 139}
}
these arguments convincing. It can be said that we possess only one third of the poem and that Athens easily might be mentioned by name in the lost part. Moreover we have ancient evidence which tells us that Timotheus' Persae was very popular in Athens. As for the interpretation of the word εύνομίαι I will object that we are told (v. 208ff.) that the Spartan youth had criticized his poetry, because he did not observe the old rules which did not permit the musician to play instruments with more… Expand