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By Bo Utas, Tomas Hagg

ISBN-10: 1423714326

ISBN-13: 9781423714323

ISBN-10: 9004132600

ISBN-13: 9789004132603

Ranging from the author's discovery that the Persian epic poem Vamiq and Adhra by means of Unsuri (11th century advert) derives from the traditional Greek novel of "Metiokhos and Parthenope", this paintings comprises severe versions of the Greek and Persian fragments and testimonia, with reviews.

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22 He would have liked to round off his speech eloquently,23 but now Anaximenes 19 Cf. 2: “I am not really a boy, even though I look like one, but I’m even older than Kronos and the whole of time itself ” (trans. Gill in Reardon 1989). Wilcken 1901:267 also adduces Eust. Makr. 1; Plat. Symp. 195b–c; Lucian Dial. deor. 1; Apuleius Met. 31. See further the discussion and parallels in Hunter 1983a:31–36. 20 The pneuma of Love is a topos from Plato (Symp. 179b; Phaidr. 255c) on; cf. Kerényi (1927) 1962:203 n.

Wilcken 1901:267 also adduces Eust. Makr. 1; Plat. Symp. 195b–c; Lucian Dial. deor. 1; Apuleius Met. 31. See further the discussion and parallels in Hunter 1983a:31–36. 20 The pneuma of Love is a topos from Plato (Symp. 179b; Phaidr. 255c) on; cf. Kerényi (1927) 1962:203 n. 114; Maehler 1976:17 n. 36; Sandy 1994:137. Stephens & Winkler 1995:72f. suggest that this is “an oblique reference” to Anaximenes’ doctrine of “air” as first principle (comparing Anax. fr. 13[3]B2 D-K). 21 Cf. Eust. Makr. koitÒ moi, and Hld.

196–199). In her book, Kaladze does not add anything to the textual basis of the study of V&'A. She just reproduces in facsimile the 372 verses as read by Shafi and lists as well the same 143 lexical verses as Shafi; but she adds a number of interesting identifications and interpretations in the comments to her Russian translation of all the 415 available verses of 'Unßurì’s V&'A. Kaladze (1983:30–40) also makes a valiant attempt at defining the Greek sources of V&'A, but her results are inconclusive: the origin must be a still unknown Hellenistic romance occupying an intermediary position between the works of Khariton and Akhilleus Tatios.

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