ZYKLEN BEI MARTIAL UND IN DEN KLEINEN GEDICHTEN DES CATULL

@article{Barwick1958ZYKLENBM,
  title={ZYKLEN BEI MARTIAL UND IN DEN KLEINEN GEDICHTEN DES CATULL},
  author={Karl Barwick},
  journal={Philologus},
  year={1958},
  volume={102},
  pages={284 - 318}
}
Es ist eine bekannte und allgemein anerkannte Tatsache, daß in antiken Gedichtbüchern mit einer Vielzahl kleinerer Gediohte diese nicht wahllos und willkürlich aneinandergereiht, sondern nach bestimmten Gesichtspunkten und mit feiner Berechnung angeordnet wurden. Das gilt ζ. B. auch fü r die 12 Epigrammbücher Martials. Damit ist aber noch nicht alles über die Kunst der Anordnung innerhalb der einzelnen Gedichtbücher gesagt. Martial pflegt sie mit einer Anzahl von Zyklen auszustatten, d. h. mit… Expand
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