Satura and Satire

@article{UllmanSaturaAS,
  title={Satura and Satire},
  author={B. L. Ullman},
  journal={Classical Philology},
  volume={8},
  pages={172 - 194}
}
  • B. L. Ullman
  • Published 1 April 1913
  • History
  • Classical Philology
A great deal of interest and discussion has been produced by a recent article by Professor Hendrickson in his brilliant series of papers on Roman satire.' As a result, four papers on this subject have already appeared,2 and the present cpntribution, qualecumque est, owes its being to the same source. Professor Hendrickson's chief point may be briefly summarized as follows: The word satura in the literary sense does not occur in extant Latin literature until the second book of Horace's Satires… 
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