Labored in papyrus leaves: perspectives on an epigram collection attributed to Posidippus (P.Mil.Vogl. VIII 309)

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Benjamin Acosta-Hughes, Elizabeth Kosmetatou, Manuel Baumbach
Center for Hellenic Studies, Trustees for Harvard University, 2004 - Fiction - 377 pages
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This colloquium volume celebrates a new Hellenistic epigram collection attributed to the third-century B.C.E. poet Posidippus, one of the most significant literary finds in recent memory. Included in this collection are an unusual variety of voices and perspectives: papyrological, art historical, archaeological, historical, literary, and aesthetic. These texts are considered as individual poems and as collective artifact, an early poetry book. The volume will be of interest to readers of Greek and Latin epigram, students of the Hellenistic period, and all readers interested in the aesthetics of poetry collection and the evolution of the poetry book in antiquity.

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Contents

Introduction
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S Stephens and D Obbink The Manuscript
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Art Historical Theory Paints
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Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Benjamin Acosta-Hughes is Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin in the Classical Studies Department at the University of Michigan.

Kosmetatou is a Fellow of the Flemish Fund for Scientific Research, Belgium.

Baumbach is Wissenschaftlicher Assistant of Professor Dr. G. W. Most of the Classics Department at the University of Heidelberg.

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