[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Athenaeus 7.318b.
A. S. F. Gow and D. L. Page, eds., The Greek Anthology: Hellenistic Epigrams, 2 vols. (Cam- bridge, 1965)
The Greek Anthology: The Garland of Philip, 2 vols. (Cambridge, 1968).
Rudolf Pfeiffer, Callimachus II (Oxford, 1952)
Ath. A, to Schneider's [Unrepresented Characters], derived from Pliny's reference to the nautilus as inter praecipua ... miracula in HN 9.88.
Claude Meillier, Callimaque et son temps (Lille, 1979) 211.
A. G. Hermann (Orphica [Leipzig, 1807] 771)
G. Giangrande ("Three Alexandrian Epigrams," Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar [Liverpool, 1976] 254-64)
2
AP 6.347
AP 6.18, 191, 209, 246, 282.
J. D. Denniston, The Greek Particles, 2d ed. (Oxford, 1954), 13-16.
3
Prescott, "Callimachus' Epigram on the Nautilus," CP 16 (1921) 327-28.
Arist. HA 542b4-17
K. Tümpel, "Die Muschel der Aphrodite," Philologus 51 (1892) 388-92
Otto Keller, Die antike Tierwelt II (Leipzig, 1913) 517-18.
D'Arcy W. Thompson, A Glossary of Greek Fishes (London, 1947) 172-75.
4
Marcel Detienne, The Gardens of Adonis: Spices in Greek Mythology, tr. Janet Lloyd (Hassocks, Sussex, 1977)
G. E. R. Lloyd (Science, Folklore and Ideology [Cambridge, 1983] 7-57)
Nicole Loraux, "Sur la race des femmes et quelques-unes de ses tribus," Arethusa 11 (1978) 43-87
reprinted in Les enfants d'Athéna (Paris, 1981) 75-117.
5
P. M. Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria I (Oxford, 1972) 587-88
6
Prescott (above, n. 3: 331)
Pliny, HN 9.88, 94, 103
Aelian, NA 9.34
Antig. Car., Histor. Mirab. 56
Oppian, Hal. 1.338-59
7
AP 7.277.
AP 7.267, 268, 273, 278, 279, 283, 287, 288.
8
Clearchus of Soli fr. 47, apud Ath. 7.317b
Paus. 6.25.1
Plut. Mor. 142d
S. Pomeroy, "Supplementary Notes on Erinna," ZPE 32 (1978) 17-18
M. B. Arthur, "The Tortoise and the Mirror: Erinna PSI 1090," CW 74 (1980) 58-61.
Tümpel (above, n. 3).
9
Fraser (above, n. 5)
Louis Robert, "Sur un décret des Korésiens au Musée de Smyrne," Hellenica 11-12 (Paris, 1960) 153-55
Neil Hopkinson, A Hellenistic Anthology (Cambridge, 1988) 265-66.
G. Kaibel ("Zu den Epigrammen des Kallimachos," Hermes 31 [1896] 264)
Ceos. But Robert (154 n. 4)
Fraser (587)
10
Pierre Roussel, Délos: Colonie athénienne (Paris, 1916) 246
M. Vallois, "Le temple délien d'Arsinoé Philadelphe ou d'Agathé Tyché," CRAI (1929) 34-35
Philippe Bruneau, Recherches sur les cultes de Délos a l'époque impérial (Paris, 1970) 536, 541, 544.
W. Deonna, "Aprodite à la coquille," RA 2 (1917) 392- 416
M. Wheeler, "A Symbol in Ancient Times," The Scallop: Studies of a Shell and Its Influences on Humankind, ed. Ian Cox (London, 1957) 33-48
C. Picard, "Autour du Trésor de Graincourt-lès- Havrincourt," RA (1959) 224-29.
L. Robert, "Sur un décret d'Ilion et sur un papyrus concernant des cultes royaux," in Essays in Honor of C. Bradford Welles (New Haven, 1966) 201-2
H. Hauben, "Arsinoé II et la politique extérieure de l'Égypte," in Egypt and the Hellenistic World, ed. Edmond van't Dack et al. (Louvain, 1983), 111-14.
M. Flory ("Pearls for Venus," Historia 37 [1988] 498-504)
11
Kaibel (above, n. 9: 265)
Prescott (above, n. 3: 335-36)
Meillier (above, n. 1: 210-17)
12
POxy. 27 (1963) 2465, fr. 2 col. II.19
Robert (above, n. 10) 201.
apud Ath. 7.318d
Dioscorides (14 G-P = AP 6.290)
Lewis R. Farnell, The Cults of the Greek States II (Oxford, 1896) 656-57
Martin P. Nilsson, Geschichte der griechischen Religion I, 2d ed. (Munich, 1955), 520-22, 524-25
Erika Simon, Die Geburt der Aphrodite (Berlin, 1959) 24-31
Sarah B. Pomeroy, Women in Hellenistic Egypt (New York, 1984) 31-36.
Wiltrud Neumer-Pfau (Studien zur Ikonographie und Gesellschaftlichen Funk- tion hellenistischer Aphrodite-Statuen [Bonn, 1982], esp. 55-60)
13
Antip. Sid. 6 G-P
AP 6.206
Archias (9 G-P, Garland = AP 6.207)
Arsinoë Philadelphus (POxy. 2465)
Robert (above, n. 10) 196-98.
14
col. III.5
John U. Powell, Collectanea Alexandrina (Oxford, 1925) 82-84.
15
Robert (above, n. 10
201 with n. 158
16
Semon. 7.27-42
Johannes Kahlmeyer, Seesturm und Schiffbruch als Bild in antiken Schriftum (Hildesheim, 1934) 22-26
Albin Lesky, Thalatta (Vienna, 1947) 277-83
M. R. Falivene, "Per l'interpretazione di A.P. 10,21 (Filodemo): Storia (parziale) di una metafora," QUCC 13 (1983) 129-42.
R. G. M. Nisbet and Margaret Hubbard, A Commentary on Hor- ace: Odes, Book 1 (Oxford, 1970) ad 1.5.16
Peter Enk, Sexti Propertii Elegiarum, Liber Secundus (Leiden, 1962) ad 2.14.29
Karlheinz Kost, Musaios: Hero und Leander (Bonn, 1971) 408-10.
17
Mel. 119.1 G-P
AP 12.157.1.
18
Mel. 109.4 G-P
AP 12.167.4
Mel. 25 G-P
AP 5.156.
19
Mel. 119.4 G-P
AP 12.157.4
anon. 22.5-8 G-P
AP 12.156.5-8
Macedonius the Consul, AP 5.235.5-6.
20
Philemon fr. 28, PCG VII, p. 242
Men. fr. 656 Körte
Lesky (above, n. 16) 278-79.
Kassel-Austin ad loc.
21
Mel. 109.3 G-P
AP 12.167.3
AP 12.157.3
Mel. 64.2 G-P
AP 5.190.2
Mel. 25 G-P
AP 5.156
Antip. Thess. 93.5-6, G-P
Garland = AP 9.143.5-6
Gaetulicus, AP 5.17.
22
Mel. 109.3-4 G-P
AP 12.167.3-4
Philod. 15.7-8, G-P, Garland
AP 10.21.7-8
Gaetulicus, AP 5.17.3-4
Macedonius the Consul, AP 5.235.5-6.
23
Bühler, Die Europa des Moschos: Text, Übersetzung und Kommentar (Wiesbaden, 1960) 163.
24
John Rauk, "Erinna's Distaff and Sappho Fr. 94," GRBS 30 (1989) 102-7.
AP 7.291
25
Theophilus, fr. 6 PCG VII, p. 703.
Alc. 306.14 PMG
Asclep.(?) 40 G-P
AP 5.161
Mel. 60 G-P
AP 5.204
Antiphilus 43 G-P, Garland
AP 9.415
Philip 52 G-P, Garland
AP 9.416
Rufinus AP 5.44.
26
Charles Segal, "The Tragedy of the Hippolytus: The Waters of Ocean and the Untouched Meadow," HSCP 70 (1965) 117-69
reprinted in Interpreting Greek Tragedy: Myth, Poetry, Text (Ithaca, 1986) 165-221.
27
Livrea (Studi Cercidei [Bonn, 1986] 65-93)
Helen North, Sophrosyne: Self-Knowledge and Self-Restraint in Greek Literature (Ithaca, 1966) 21
Josef Pircher, Das Lob der Frau im vorchristlichen Grabepigramm der Griechen (Innsbruck, 1979) 22-23.
28
Leonidas (23 G-P = APl. 182)
Anyte 8.1 G-P
AP 7.649.1
29
AP 5.131.1; 7.3 G-P
AP 5.120.3
AP 5.306.1; 17.5 G-P
AP 11.41.5.
Mel. 47.1 G-P
AP 5.148.1; 48.1 G-P
AP 5.155.1.
Leon. 11.8 G-P
AP 7.440.8
Ath. 11.463c.
above, n. 16: 140
30
Tib. 3.3.34
Stat. Silv. 1.2.118, 3.4.5.
M. Brickoff, "Afrodite nella conchiglia," BA 9 (1930) 563-69
"Aphrodite in der geöffneten Muschel," LIMC 2.1, pp. 103-4.
31
Asclep. 36 G-P
AP 5.209
32
Thompson (above, n. 3) 118: "A shell, apart from the animal within.... It differs from [Unrepresented Characters], in that it connotes the form, while ǒ. is the mere substance of the shell."
33
Jeffrey Henderson, The Maculate Muse: Obscene Language in Attic Comedy, 2d ed. (New York, 1991), 132 n. 130
34
Cat. Cod. Astr. 1.173
Simon (above, n. 12: Abb. 27)
HH 6.3-5
35
Hom. Od. 5.432
HHApoll. 77-78
Ath. 316e, f, 317e.
36
D'Arcy Thompson, A Glossary of Greek Birds (Oxford, 1895) 28-32
M. Wellman, "Eisvogel," RE 10 HB (1905) 2152-53
Keller (above, n. 3) II.55-60
W. R. Kraak, "De Alcyonibus," Mnemosyne 7 (1938) 142-47
H. Hommel, "Alkmans Eisvogelverse (fr. 94 D.)," Gymnasium 85 (1978) 387-407.
Aristotle (HA 616a19-32; cf. 542b4-17)
Pliny (HN 10.91)
Keller (above, n. 3) II.56-57.
Dioscorides 5.118
37
Mnasalces (15 G-P
AP 9.333)
38
W. H. Roscher, Ausführliches Lexikon der griechischen und römischen Mythologie I (Leipzig, 1884-86) 249-51
H. Tränkle, "Elegisches in Ovids Meta- morphosen," Hermes 91 (1963) 465-69
Brooks Otis, Ovid as an Epic Poet (Cambridge, 1966) 232-33, 392-94
Franz Bömer, P. Ovidius Naso: Metamorphosen, Buch X-XI (Heidelberg, 1980) 343-45
A. H. F. Griffin, "The Ceyx Legend in Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book XI," CQ 31 (1981) 147-54.
39
Hesiodic Marriage of Ceyx (fr. 263-68 M.-W.).
R. Merkelbach and M. West, "The Wedding of Ceyx," RhM 108 (1965) 300-317.
40
Il. 9.562
Eust. Il. 9.563, p. 776
Aesop 25
schol. AB ad Il. 9.562
Eust. Il. 9.563, p. 776.
Eust. and schol. ad Theocr. Id. 7.57b, c.
41
Thompson (above, n. 36) 80-81.
Aristotle (HA 593b9-13)
Keller (above, n. 3: II.59)
Thompson (80-81)
David Bannerman and W. Mary Bannerman, Handbook of the Birds of Cyprus (Edinburgh, 1971) pl. 15.
42
M. D. MacLeod, Lucian VIII (Cambridge, Mass., 1967) 303-5
Helen M. Cockle, POxy. 52 (1984) 3683.
Griffin (above, n. 38: 149)
"Ovid's Treatment of Ceyx and Alcyone," Acta Conventus Omnium Gentium Ovidianis Studiis Fovendis, ed. Nicolao Barbu et al. (Bucharest, 1976), 321-24.
Demetrius (Eloc. 166)
Euripides' IT (1089-95)
43
Dionysius's De Avibus 2.8
schol. Ar. ad Av. 250
Hyg. Fab. 65
Serv. ad Georg. 1.399.
44
Griffin (above, n. 38: 151)
Stesichorus 248 PMG, apud Arist. HA 542b23-26.
45
Theocr. Id. 6.33
Gow, Theocritus, 2d ed. (Cambridge, 1952), ad loc.
46
AP 7.292
47
D. L. Page, PMG ad 26
Hommel (above, n. 36) 395-98
Claude Calame, ed., Alcman (Rome, 1983) 472-75.
48
Plutarch (Mor. 982f-983b)
Aelian (NA 7.17)
Probus (ad Georg. 1.399)
Met. 7.401
49
Griffin (above, n. 38: 149-51)
50
A. S. F. Gow and A. F. Scholfield, eds., Nicander: The Poems and Poetical Fragments (Cambridge, 1953) 3-8
51
K. Gutzwiller, "Callimachus' Lock of Berenice: Fantasy, Romance, and Propaganda," AJP 113.2 (1992), forthcoming.
E. D. Carney ("The Reappearance of Royal Sibling Marriage in Ptole- maic Egypt," PP 42 [1987] 424-25)
Claude Vatin, Recherches sur le mariage et la condition de la femme mariée à l'époque hellénistique (Paris, 1970) 40-56
Neumer-Pfau (above, n. 12) 15-34.
52
CEG2 819.ii, iii; 888; 889.
53
Posidippus (11, 12, 13 G-P)
Hedylus (4 G-P)
54
Hans Hauben, Callicrates of Samos (Louvain, 1970) 44-46
Dorothy Burr Thompson, Ptolemaic Oinochoai and Portraits in Faience (Oxford, 1973) 56- 57.
Erhard Grzybek, Du calendrier macédonien au calendrier ptolémaïque (Basel, 1990) 103-12.
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