Lucretiana nonnulla

David Butterfield

Resumen


The text of twelve passages of Lucretius is discussed, primarily drawn from the last two books of de rerum natura. In most of these passages, there has been scholarly disagreement about the text since the Renaissance; for others, conjectures have rarely, if ever, been offered. With due discussion, a new emendation is offered in each case.


Palabras clave


Lucretius; textual criticism; stylistics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33776/ec.v12i0.4



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