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By Joseph. Manuel Fernandez-Galiano. Alfred Heubeck Russo

This is often the 3rd and ultimate quantity of a presentation in English of a remark on Homer's Odyssey compiled by way of a world group of students and released in Italian lower than the auspices of Fondazione Lorenzo Valla. during this quantity every one portion of remark is preceded through introductions facing the books in query. For this English model the advent and statement were completely revised and tailored to the textual content of T.W. Allen within the Oxford Classical Texts series.

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I prefer the d of the M SS, and w ould resist the norm alizing tendency that has led most editors to replace it with ή in similar constructions, even where there is no M S authority. T h e nearest thing to authority for this change is the scholia’ s statement on iv 712 that Aristarchus read ή (found in one M S) for ei; and A ristarchus’ authority m ay well underlie schol. £>’s discussion on iv 487 of the choice between d (σαναπτικός) and ή (σύνδεσμος). Further parallel passages are iii 216, iv 28, 833, xviii 265, xix 237, xxii 158, 202-3.

T w o scholia add that some take the w ord to m ean fleas but A ristarchus said it m eant ticks. 304 - 5 . T h is act o f O dysseus’ recalls his hiding (έλάνθανε) his tears from the Phaeacians (although noticed by Alcinous) at viii 83-95, 521-34, and fore­ shadows his successful concealm ent of tears before Penelope, xix 209-12. Sim ilarly Telem achus at iv 1 1 2 -1 6 tries to conceal his tears with his cloak, ju st like O dysseus in viii, b u t is observed b y M enelaus, ju st as his father was observed by A lcinous.

Since οπλίζω is to adorn or equip finely, then νπεροπλίζομαι is ‘to surpass in adornm ent or equip­ m ent’ . T his interpretation has been largely overlooked in the past, the only exception I could find being van der Valk, Textual Criticism, 127, who sim ply translates ‘to surpass’, with no discussion o f its being a hapax and no explanation o f how it comes to have this meaning. 270 . ένή νο θ εν: ‘has risen into the air’ . I should prefer the vulgate άνήνοθεν to Aristarchus’ ενήνοθεν. Both variants (sometimes com pounded with επ-) occur several times in Hom er.

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