[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
R. J. Dickinson, "The Tristia: Poetry in Exile,"
J. W. Binns (ed.), Ovid (London 1973)
Pont. 1-3
H. H. Froesch, Ovids Epistulae ex Ponto I-III als Gedichtsammlung (Diss. Bonn 1968) passim
H. B. Evans, "Ovid's Publica Carmina: A Study of the Tristia and Epistulae ex Ponto as Poetic Books" (Diss. University of North Carolina 1972) 150-256
B. R. Fredericks (i.e., B. R. Nagle), "Tristia 4.10: Poet's Autobiography and Poetic Autobiography," TAPA 106 (1976) 139-54
2
B. R. Nagle, The Poetics of Exile: Program and Polemic in the Tristia and Epistulae ex Ponto of Ovid, Collection Latomus 170 (Brussels 1980) 138-40
Pont. 4.13
R. Syme, History in Ovid (Oxford 1978) 163, 225
Pont. 4.10
Pont. 4
3
Froesch (supra n. 1) 126
Ovid als Dichter des Exils, Abhandlungen zur Kunst-, Musik-, und Litteraturgewissenschaft 218 (Bonn 1975) 85ff.
Pont. 4
Evans (supra n. 1) 257-98
Pont. 4
4
H. Fränkel, Ovid: A Poet between Two Worlds (Berkeley-Los Angeles 1945) 116, 137-39, and 237 n. 33
L. P. Wilkinson, Ovid Recalled (Cambridge 1955) 45-46
Fränkel, op. cit. 134
Pont. 4.7, 4.9, and 4.10
J. Gahan, "Ovid: The Poet in Winter," CJ 73 (1978) 198-202
Pont. 4.9.81ff.
5
Pont. 4.10
N. Rudd, "Theory: Sincerity and Mask," in his Lines of Enquiry (Cambridge 1970) 145-81
A. Allen, "'Sincerity' and the Roman Elegists," CP 45 (1950) 145-60
R. Durling, "Ovid as Praeceptor Amoris," CJ 53 (1958) 157-67
6
S. G. Owen (ed.), P. Ovidi Nasonis Tristium libri quinque, Ibis, Ex Ponto libri quattuor (Oxford 1915)
7
Virg. Aen. 10.693-96
8
Virg. Ecl. 1.23
Virg. G. 4.176
Ov. Rem. Am. 709
10
consumitur anulus usu, / atteritur pressa vomer aduncus humo (Pont. 4.10.5-6)
consumitur anulus usu, / intent adsidua vomer aduncus humo (Ars Am. 1.473-74)
Pont. 4.10
Ars Am. 1
Pont. 4.10.5
Ars Am. 1.476
Pont. 2.7
11
Tr. 4.6
Pont. 4.10.5-8
Pont. 4.10.67
13
H. Rahn, "Ovids elegische Epistel," Antike und Abendland 7 (1958) 115-18
Tr. 1.5
Pont. 4.10
Tr. 1.5
Pont 4.10
Tr. 1.5
Tr. 1.5
Pont. 4.10
Tr. 1.5
Pont. 4
Pont. 4.10
Tr. 1.9.33-34
14
Calypso (cf. 13
15
Plin. HN 6.30
16
Fränkel (supra n. 4) 125-26
Evans (supra n. 1) 71
Tr. 3.10
Pont. 4.10
17
Quint. Inst. 11.1.32
Tac. Dial. 21
Od. 11.121-25
18
Tr. 3.10.35-40
Pont. 2.7.23-24
19
Virg. G. 2.490, felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas
20
Lucr. 3.230-235
C. Bailey, Titi Lucreti De rerum natura (Oxford 1947) I, pp. 160-61
21
Hes. Theog. 379
Met. 6.682ff.
Met. 6.686
22
Plaut. Bacch. 268
Amic. 92
De part ora. 90
Caecin. 73
Epod. 16.32
Ov. Ars Am. 2.484
Ars Am. 3.643
Fast. 1.373
HN 14.68
Pont. 4.10.60
Lucr. 4.1121
Verg. G. 3.209-10
23
L. P. Wilkinson, The Georgics of Virgil: A Critical Survey (Cambridge 1969) 94-96, citing, e.g., 3.66-68
25
C. Segal, "Delubra Decora," Latomus 29 (1970) 104-18
26
Strabo 2.4
27
Met. 3.225
Met. 7.275, 15.479
G. K. Galinsky, Ovid's Metamorphoses (Berkeley-Los Angeles 1975) 182, 195
J. Richardson, "The Function of Formal Imagery in Ovid's Metamorphoses," CJ 59 (1964) 163
Met. 1.436, 460
Tr. 4.7.21, 5.10.15
29
Pont. 4.10
Pont. 1.3.45
Pont. 4.10.35
Pont. 1.5
Pont. 4.10.65
E.-A. Kirfel, Untersuchungen zur Briefform der Heroides Ovids, Noctes Romanae 11 (Bern 1969) 33
30
Nagle (supra n. 2) 101-102, 155-57
31
hic, Tr. 3.10.71
Pont. 4.10.31-32
istinc, Tr. 3.10.1
istic, Pont. 4.10.35
33
Pont. 4.10
Contr. 2.2.12
Suas. 1.15
Pont. 4.10
Suas. 1.15
34
Tr. 3.5.1-8
Pont. 3.6
J. Benedum, Studien zur Dichtkunst des späten Ovid (Diss. Giessen 1967) 65-127
35
Pont. 3.1
Tr. 5.1.35, 49.
36
Catullus 64
Her. 10
Ars Am. 1.527ff.
Fast. 3.459ff.
Met. 8.172ff.
Tr. 1.5.19-20, 1.9.31-32
Pont. 2.3.43-44, 2.6.26
Pont. 3.2.33-34
37
Ovid's use of nec credideris in the concluding apologetic exhortation of Tr. 5.14.43-46
Pont. 2.6.35-38
38
Catullus 16
K. Quinn, Catullus: The Poems (London-New York 1970) 143-45
Wilkinson (supra n. 4) 45-46
ibid. 343 (on Pont. 3.1.69) and 360 (on Pont. 3.9.41-56)
39
Eur. Med. 28-29
obdura, 8.19
Fam. 2.16.1
40
Pont. 4.10
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