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Hidden in plain sight: Martial and the Greek epigrammatic tradition

@inproceedings{Lucci2015HiddenIP,
  title={Hidden in plain sight: Martial and the Greek epigrammatic tradition},
  author={Joseph M. Lucci},
  year={2015}
}
Martial, perhaps the best-known author of Latin epigram, has enjoyed a resurgence of scholarly attention over the past two decades, and much has been made of his self-professed debt to earlier Latin epigrammatists, especially Catullus. Less prevalent, however, has been discussion of how he relates to authors of Greek epigram, which may not be surprising given that Martial passes over the Greek epigrammatic tradition in nearly total silence. This dissertation seeks to explain the silence… Expand
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