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Intro -- Contents -- Introduction -- I. "Philologia perennis": History and New Perspectives -- Ancient Scholarship and Classical Studies -- II. The Ancient Scholars at Work -- Plato's Ion and the Origins of Scholarship -- Scholarly Panic: πανικὸς φόβος, Homeric Philology and the Beginning of the Rhesus -- Eratosthenes of Cyrene: Readings of his 'Grammar' Definition -- Ex Homero grammatica -- Aristarchus and Allegorical Interpretation -- Portrait of an Unknown Scholiast -- Homeric Commentaries on Papyrus: A Survey -- Didymus on Pindar -- Afterlives of a Tragic Poet: The Hypothesis in the Hellenistic Reception of Euripides -- Re-writing the Personal Joke: Some Aspects in the Interpretation of ὀνομαστὶ κωμῳδεῖν? in Ancient Scholarship -- Ancient Scholia and Lost Identities: The Case of Simichidas -- III. The Ancient Grammarians on the Greek Language and Linguistic Correctness -- Did the Alexandrian Grammarians have a Sense of History? -- Apollonius between Homeric and Hellenistic Greek: The Case of the 'Pre-positive Article' -- Attic Irregularities: Their Reinterpretation in the Light of Atticism -- A Champion of Analogy: Herodian's On Lexical Singularity -- IV. Ancient Grammar in Historical Context -- New Papyri and the History of Ancient Grammar: The ἐπίρρημα Chapter in P. Berol. 9917 -- Quintilian's 'Grammar' (Inst.1.4-8) and its Importance for the History of Roman Grammar -- Syntax before Syntax: Uses of the Term σύνταξις in Greek Grammarians before Apollonius Dyscolus -- Syntagms in the Artigraphic Latin Grammars -- Latin Grammatical Manuals in the Early Middle Ages: Tradition and Adaptation in the Participle Chapter -- Theodosius and his Byzantine Successors on the Participle: A Didactic Approach -- The Orus Fragments in the Ethnica of Stephanus of Byzantium -- V. Ancient Grammar in Interdisciplinary Context.
Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the Scholia on Thucydides' Syntax -- Imposition of Names in Ancient Grammar and Philosophy -- Neoplatonic Commentators on Aristotle: The 'Arbitrariness of the Linguistic Sign' -- List of Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- General Index -- Passages Index.
Trends in Classics, a new series and journal to be edited by Franco Montanari and Antonios Rengakos, will publish innovative, interdisciplinary work which brings to the study of Greek and Latin texts the insights and methods of related disciplines such as narratology, intertextuality, reader-response criticism, and oral poetics. Both publications will seek to publish research across the full range of classical antiquity. The series Trends in Classics Studies welcomes monographs, edited volumes, conference proceedings and collections of papers; it will provide an important forum for the ongoing debate about where Classics fits in modern cultural and historical studies. The journal Trends in Classics will be published twice a year with approx. 160 pp. per issue. Each year one issue will be devoted to a specific subject with articles edited by a guest editor.
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