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CHAPTER ONE AETIOLOGICAL METAMORPHOSIS 10
CHAPTER TWO AETIOLOGICAL NARRATIVE FRAMEWORKS
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Achaemenides Aeneas Aeneid Aesacus Aetia aetiological aetiological focus aetiological metamorphoses aetiological narrative aetiological poem aetiological poetry aetiological themes aetion Aetna Alexandrian amatory ancient Antoninus Liberalis Apollo argued associated Augustan bird Boios Bomer Book 15 Callimachean Callimachus Camenae Canens causa Chapter character Circe Circe's claims cosmogonic cult Cycnus Daedalion didactic discourse discussion echoes Egeria elegy embedded narratives Ennius epic episode erotic etymology example explain the origins Fasti FGrHist Galinsky Glaucus Greek Haupt-Ehwald Hellenistic Hesiod Hinds humorous included internal narrators invention Italian Kenney Knox Latin literary Lucretian Lucretius Macareus mentioned Metamorphoses mirabilia myth mythical mythological narrative frameworks natural phenomena Nicander Nicander's nunc quoque Ovid Ovid's Ovid's Metamorphoses Ovidian paradoxographical Parthenius passage Perseus Phaethon philosophical Picus Pliny Nat poets Propertius Pythagoras quae quod religious remarks rerum Roman Rome scientific Scylla seems similar sources speech statue story suggests tells tradition transformation Varro Vergil Virbius