[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
History in Ovid (Oxford 1978 [hereafter HO] 216.
2
John C. Thibault, The Mystery of Ovid's Exile (Berkeley 1964) [hereafter Thibault] 125-9
3
Julia II committing incest: Thibault ut supr.
L. Herrmann's dotty-ritualistic theory
RBPhil 17 (1938) 695-725
43 (1965) 40-52
48 (1970) 38-44.
AC 44 (1975) 126-40
Book XII of the Fasti
4
F. Della Corte, I Tristia (Genoa 1973) II, 63-69.
5
Raoul Verdière, "Un Amour secret d'Ovide," AC 40 (1971) 623-48
F. Corsaro, "Sulla relegatio di Ovidio," Orpheus 15 (1968) 123-67 (cherchez la femme)
B. T. Buchert, "The Reasons for Ovid's Banishment," Akroterion 19 (1974) 44-49 (Zeitgeist)
Barbara Levick, "The Fall of Julia the Younger," Latomus 35 (1976) 301- 339 [hereafter Levick1], further developed in Tiberius the Politician (London 1976) 57ff. [hereafter Levick2]
Eckhard Meise, Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der Julischen-Claudischen Dynastie (Munich 1969) 223-35 ("Anhang I: Die Verbannung Ovids") [hereafter Meise] (political conspiracy).
6
Meise p. 224
R. C. W. Zimmermann, "Die Ursachen von Ovids Verbannung," RhM 81 (1932) 263-74.
7
Syme HO 215-29
8
EP 3.3.71-72
9
AA Bks 1-2
AA 3.343-4
AA 3
10
Thibault pp. 1-2, 121.
11
Thibault, Gnomon 37 (1965) 734.
12
Tr. 3.5.49-50
Tr. 2.103-104, 3.6.27-28.
13
Tac. Ann. 3.24.
14
Statius Silv. 1.2.254-55
Hieron. Chron. Olymp. 184, 199.
Della Corte (supra n. 4), II, 18-20.
15
Thibault pp. 22-23.
16
Meise pp. 5ff., 229ff.
Syme HO 199ff.
F. Norwood, "The Riddle of Ovid's Relegatio," CP 58 (1963) 150-63 [hereafter Norwood]
T. Wiedemann, "The Political Background to Ovid's Tristia II," CQ 25 (1975) 264-71
R. S. Rogers, "The Emperor's Displeasure and Ovid," TAPA 97 (1966) 373-78.
17
Thibault pp. 20ff.
18
Tr. 1.6.25, 4.10.73
Tr. 2.77-80
Tr. 3.11.20, Ibis 14
Tr. 1.6.9-14
Syme, HO 145-48
A. L. Wheeler, "Topics from the Life of Ovid," AJP 46 (1925) 25-8.
Tr. 1.11.3
19
EP 2.3.6ff.
Thibault p. 118
Norwood pp. 161-62.
20
Strabo 2.5.19, C.123
5.2.6, C.223-24
Elba Aithalia, the "smoky island;"
Plin. NH 3.81.
J. F. Healy, Mining and Metallurgy in the Greek and Roman World (London 1978) 130-31
Tac. Ann. 1.3.5
Dio Cass. 55.32
Suet. Div. Aug. 65
p. 00 and infra nn. 75-77
Joseph Heller's Catch-22
21
Rogers (supra n. 16) 373-78.
22
Tr. 2.147, 4.4.5: S. G. Owen, P. Ovidi Nasonis Tristium Liber Secundus (Oxford 1924) [hereafter Owen TrII], 40-47.
23
Tr. 2.135-38, 4.4.46, 5.2.55-58
Mommsen, Röm. Strafrecht (1899) 965ff.
Owen TrII 43- 44
Thibault, pp. 8-11
supra n. 16
Della Corte (supra n. 4), II, 96-102.
24
Tr. 3.1.59-82, 3.14.5-8
Syme HO 229.
EP 1.1.23-24
Tr. 3.1.65-74
25
Tr. 1.3.5-6, 1.4.
passim, 1.11.3, 1.11.13ff.
Tr. 1.11.27ff., 4.10.101
EP 2.7.61-62.
EP 3.4.59-60, 4.11.15-16
EP 4.5.5-8
Tr. 1.6.15, 1.9.39-40
26
Tr. 2.135, 5.2.8
Owen TrII 46
Thibault pp. 11, 138-39.
27
Owen TrII 10-11
Thibault pp. 30-31
Tr. 2.207, perdiderunt cum me duo crimina, carmen et error
Tr. 4.1.26
Thibault p. 32 with nn. 80-85
Schanz-Hosius, Röm. Lit. Gesch.4 (1935) 2 p. 209, §8 ("Die Ursachen der Verbannung")
Syme HO 222, who writes that "the carmen and the error are in a tight nexus" (though I do not agree with the reasons he gives for this): contra Wilkinson, in his review of Thibault (supra n. 11) 735
28
Tr. 2.212.
Tr. 2.348
EP2.10.15-16, 3.3.47-48, 3.3.58.
29
EP3.3.71-76.
30
Tr. 2.7-10, 345-46
EP 4.13.41-42.
ill-wishers (Tr. 2.77-80)
31
Tr. 1.5.51-52, 2.207-212, 3.6.32, 4.10.100
EP 2.2.59, 2.9.73-74, 3.1.147.
32
Dio Cass. 53.19.1-5
33
Tr. 1.1.23, 4.10.99
EP 1.7.39
Thibault p. 118.
34
Thibault pp. 20-23
Sue- tonius's De poetis
35
Even Thibault (p. 23)
36
Tr. 1.5.51
Norwood pp. 161-62.
37
Tr. 3.6.33-44, 4.4.37-38, 4.4.43-44.
38
EP 1.6.25
Tr. 1.2.97-98, 1.3.37-38, 3.1.51-52, 3.11.33-34
EP 2.9.7, etc.
Owen TrII 10-11.
39
EP 2.9.67-70.
40
Tr. 1.5.41-42, 2.51-52, 3.5.45-46
41
Tr. 3.5.49-50
42
Tr. 3.6.11-14
EP 2.6.9-12.
43
Tr. 4.4.39
EP 2.2.17.
44
Thibault p. 142 n. 62.
45
F. Barone, "Carmen et Error," Ovidianum: Acta Conventus Omnium Gentium Ovidianis Studiis Fovendis (Bucharest 1976) 148.
Profumo-Keeler scandal (1963).
Ludovic Kennedy, The Trial of Stephen Ward (London 1964).
46
Tr. 1.2.100, 1.5.42, 3.6.35
EP 1.6.20, 1.7.44, 2.2.17.
47
Tr. 4.10.89-90
EP 1.7.39, 2.6.7, 3.3.73, etc.
48
Tr. 5.2.60, 5.11.17
EP 1.1.66, 1.6.21, 2.2.105, 2.3.33, 2.6.5, etc.
49
Tr. 2.209-210
EP 2.2.57-58.
Tr. 1.10.42, 2.134, 3.8.39-40, 5.7.8, 5.10.52
EP 2.2.21.
Tr. 1.5.84
Tr. 2.108
Tr. 2.123-24
Tr. 3.6.23
Tr. 4.10.98
EP 1.4.44
50
Owen (TrII 40-43), arguing that Ovid was tried and con- demned by the Princeps on this charge intra cubiculum.
Suet. Div. Aug. 51
H. Fraenkel, Ovid: A Poet between Two Worlds (Berkeley 1945) 111
Thibault pp. 8-10.
Tr. 3.6.23, Ovid Tristia Book III (Oxford 1889) 50
51
Tr. 1.1.23-24, 2.87
EP 2.3.61ff.
52
Owen TrII xxxiii-iv.
Syme: HO ch. 7, "The sons of Messalla," 114-34, esp. 129-31.
53
Syme HO 130, with reff.
54
"Julians and Claudians," Greece and Rome 22 (1975) 29-38
F. B. Marsh's The Reign of Tiberius (1931)
55
AA 1.177ff
A. S. Hollis (Oxford 1977) 65-82.
Plut. Mor. 207E 10
AP 9.297
56
EP 3.1.114-66 (Livia), 3.4.87-96, 4.9.105ff. (Tiberius)
EP 2.1 passim, 2.5.41-64, 4.8.23-88 (Germanicus).
EP 4.9.105ff.
57
Asina, Epist. 1.13
58
supra n. 55
Fasti: Fast. 1.3-6 ed. Bömer, with introd. vol. 1, 17ff.
Tr. 2.551.
Suet. Gaius 3.3
Tac. Ann. 2.73, Dio Cass. 55.13.
59
Suet. Tib. 15.2
Tac. Ann. 2.69-73
Dio Cass. 57.18
Suet. Gaius 1-7 passim.
Tac. Ann. 1.6, 2.39
Suet. Tib. 22
Dio Cass. 57.3.5f.
R. S. Rogers, "The Conspiracy of Agrippina," TAPA 62 (1931) 148-49.
60
Suet. Div. Aug. 65.4.
Levick1 p. 339
61
Tac. Ann. 4.71.
Norwood (p. 162 n. 8) points out, with commendable understatement, "by such support her future inactivity in politics was assured."
62
Tac. Ann. 1.6.
63
Tac. Ann. 1.5
Dio Cass. 56.30.1
Levick2 (pp. 64-67)
EP 4.6.15-16
Suet. Div. Aug. 101.1
64
Tac. Ann. 1.5-6, 1.53, 2.39-40
Suet. Tib. 22.50
Dio Cass. 57.3.5, 18.1a [Zonaras].
65
Thibault pp. 115-16
66
Meise (p. 228)
67
Meise pp. 225-72
68
Syme, Tacitus (Oxford 1958) vol. 1, pp. 403-404
The Roman Revolution (Oxford 1939) 468
HO 194-95, 219-21.
Meise pp. 46-47
Schanz-Hosius (supra n. 27) 209.
69
Meise pp. 5-27
Syme HO 193-98.
Pliny HN 7.149: adulterium filiae et consilia parricidae palam facta
Dio Cass. 55.10.15
Sen. De brev. vit. 4.6.
70
Sen. De ben. 6.32.1
Vell. Pat. 2.100.3-4
Dio Cass. 55.10.12-15
Suet. Div. Aug. 65.1: Iulias filiam et neptem omnibus probris contaminates relegauit
Plin. HN 31.9.
71
Tac. Ann. 1.3
Dio Cass. 55.10-11.
72
Suet. Div. Aug. 65.3
Dio Cass. 55.13.1 [Xiphilinus]
Tac. Ann. 1.53.1
Sen. De ben. 6.32.2.
73
Syme, Roman Revolution (supra n. 67) 431
Levick1 pp. 312-15.
Ann. 1.3
74
Wiedemann (supra n. 16) 265ff.
Syme HO 205-206.
Pliny HN 7.149.
Dio Cassius, 55.22-34.
F. Millar, A Study of Cassius Dio (Oxford 1964) 78-79.
Della Corte (supra n. 4) II, 102-110
75
Dio Cass. 55.14.1
Suet. Div. Aug. 19.1
Wiedemann (supra n. 16) 267-68
Levick2 pp. 56-57.
76
Levick1 p. 313.
77
Dio Cass. 55.22.4
Vell. Pat. 2.112.7
Ann. 1.3
Div. Aug. 65.1
78
Ann. 1.3
Suet. Div. Aug. 65.1
Vell. Pat. 2.112.7
Inscr. Ital. 13.1, p. 183
supplement, Levick2 p. 57.
John Crook, CR 4 (1954) 153-54
W. Schmitthenner's Oktavian und das Testament Cäsars, cited by Levick2 p. 57
Levick, "Abdication and Agrippa Postumus," Hist. 21 (1972) 674-97
S. Jameson, "Augustus and Agrippa Postumus," Hist. 24 (1975) 287-314.
79
Suet. Div. Aug. 65.4
Dio Cass. 55.32.2
Tac. Ann. 1.3.6, and cf. 1.6.1
Levick2 p. 58 with n. 43
Levick1 328-33
Hist. 21 (1972) 694-96
Jameson (supra n. 77) 302.
80
Rogers (supra n. 16) 148.
81
Suet. Div. Aug. 51.1
82
Dio Cass. 55.27.1-3
Suet. Div. Aug. 19.1-2.
83
Sen. De ben. 3.27.1
Levick1 p. 334 n. 124
84
Meise p. 29f.
Levick1 pp. 337-38
Dio Cass. 58.3.1ff.
Tac. Ann. 6.23.1
PIR2 1229
85
Suet. Div. Aug. 65.3
Dio Cass. 55.13.1.
86
Syme (HO 210-11)
Plin. HN 18.6
87
Schol. Juv. 6.158
88
Suet. Div. Claud. 26.1
Tac. Ann. 3.24
Syme HO 207ff.
Levick1 pp. 334ff.
Levick2 pp. 60ff.
89
Tac. Ann. 3.24
Suet. Div. Aug. 65.4.
Levick1 p. 336, Levick2 p. 61 with n. 52
90
Thibault pp. 55-68 with nn. 147-98.
91
Tr. 4.9.11-14
EP 4.6.16.
92
Sidon. Apollin. 23.157ff.
93
Sat. 2.5
94
Suet. Div. Aug. 65.2-3
Dio Cass. 55.10.12, 55.10.14
Meise pp. 7-9.
95
Tr. 2.209
EP 2.2.57-58.
96
Tac. Ann. 2.40
97
Tr. 2.51-52, 3.5.45-46
EP 1.1.26, 2.9.9ff.
Owen TrII 18-19.
98
Tr. 2.103-104, 3.5.49-50.
99
EP 2.9.67-70
Suet. Div. Aug. 19.1.
100
EP 2.3.85-90.
101
Tr. 1.2.95-96, 2.29
EP 1.1.59-63, 3.6.9-10.
102
Meise pp. 44ff.
103
W. S. Stroh, "Ovids Liebeskunst und die Ehegesetze des Augustus," Gymn. 86 (1979) 323-51, esp. 324 with nn. 3-6
H. Last in CAH vol. 10, pp. 443-52
Della Corte (supra n. 4) II, 41-43, 49-52.
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