[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
K. J. Dover, Theocritus: Select Poems (Basingstoke and London 1971)
A. S. F. Gow, Theocritus (Cambridge 1952)
F. T. Griffiths. "Poetry as Pharmakon in Theocritus' Idyll 2" in G. W. Bowersock, W. Burkert, and M. C. J. Putnam. eds., Arktouros: Hellenic Studies Presented to Bernard M. W. Knox (Berlin and New York 1979) 81-88
idem, "Home before Lunch: The Emancipated Woman in Theocritus" in Helene Foley, ed., Reflections of Women in Antiquity (London 1982) 247-73
H. Hommel, "Be- merkungen zu Theokrits Pharmakeutriai," WS 69 (1956) 187-202
Ph.-E. Legrand, Etude sur Théocrite, BEFAR 79 (Paris 1898)
P. Monteil, Théocrite, Idylles (Paris 1968)
Anna Rist, The Poems of Theocritus, translated with introductions (Chapel Hill 1978)
Charles Segal, Poetry and Myth in Ancient Pastoral (Princeton 1981), especially "Simaetha and the Iynx" 73-84
Steven Walker, Theocritus (Boston 1980)
Heather White, Studies in Theocritus and other Hellenistic Poets, London Studies in Classical Philology, vol. 3 (Amsterdam 1979).
3
J.-P. Vernant, "Hestia-Hermès: Sur l'expression religieuse de l'espace et du mouve- ment chez les Grecs," in Mythe et pensée chez les Grecs (Paris 19743) 1.124-7).
4
Hommel, p. 188 n.11.
White, pp. 17-20.
5
Lillian Lawler, "A Lioness among Ladies," TAPA 78 (1947) 88-98.
6
his (Lys. 1.15 f.
Id. 2. 145-54).
7
Claude Calame, Les cheurs de jeunes filles en Grèce archaïque (Rome 1977) 1.175ff., 254ff.
8
Segal, pp. 81f.
Griffiths (1979) 83 and 86
White, pp. 65f.
9
Gow ad loc.
M. B. Ogle, "The House-Door in Greek and Roman Religion and Folk-Lore," AJP 32 (1911) 251-71, esp. 257
E. Hazelton Haight, The Symbolism of the House Door in Classical Poetry (New York 1950) esp 95ff.
Hans Herter, "Ein neues Tiurwunder," RhM 89 (1940) 152-57.
Hommel, p. 201
10
Haight (supra n.9) 98f.
11
F. O. Copley, Exclusus Amator, APA Monographs 17 (1956) 1-27
F. Cairns, Generic Composition in Greek and Roman Poetry, (Edinburgh 1972) 144-47, 202-4.
Walker, pp. 97f.
Griffiths (1979) 83.
Id. 7.120 ff.
Gow ad 2.145
Monteil ad 2.146
my "Running after Philinus (Theocritus Idyll 2.114ff.)." Estudios Clásicos 26.1 (1984) 347-50.
12
Id. 24.43
Gow's note ad loc.
13
Griffiths (1979) passim.
infra, section IV.
15
G. Lawall, "Simaetha's Incantation: Structure and Imagery," TAPA 92 (1961) 283-94
Anna Rist, "The Incantatory Sequence in Theocritus' Pharmaceutria," Maia 24 (1975) 103-11
White, pp. 22-30.
16
Gow ad loc.
Lawall (supra n.15) 291.
Walker, pp. 97f.
Griffiths (1982) 266.
Id. 3
Segal, pp. 66- 72.
17
Griffiths (1979) 87.
18
Walker, pp. 95f.
Rist, p. 35.
19
Id. 7.120
20
Gow ad loc.
Sappho, fr. 31.13 LP
21
Aesch. Cho. 578
Soph. El. 785 f.
Trach 1053 ff.
22
Legrand, p. 362
fr. 31 LP
Griffiths (1982) 249.
25
Gianfranco Fabiano, "Fluctuation in Theocritus' Style," GRBS 12 (1971) 535
Odysseus of Iliad 3.217.
my "Underreading and Intertextuality: Sappho, Simaetha, and Odysseus in Theocritus' Second Idyll," Arethusa 17 (1984) 201-9.
David Halperin, Before Pastoral: Theocritus and the Ancient Tradition of Bucolic Poetry (New Haven 1983) 221-23
Griffiths (1979) 83-85.
26
his "fickle thoughts"
Monteil remarks ad loc.
27
Id. 7.56
28
[Unrepresented Characters] (6)
[Unrepresented Characters] (158).
29
Griffiths (1979) 85-88.
30
Dover, p. 96
Griffiths (1982) 266-71
31
Idyll 6
32
Gow ad 163-66
Marie Desport, L'Incantation virgilienne (Bordeaux 1952) 259
A. D. Nock, "Theocritus, II.38," CR 39 (1925) 18
33
Griffiths, however, prefers to keep the MSS text ([1979] 87).
34
M. C. Sutphen, "Magic in Theokritos and Virgil," Studies in Honor of B. Gildersleeve (Baltimore 1902) 317
35
Gow and Dover ad loc.
Hommel, p. 195
LSJ s.v., B II 1, 2.
Daphnis' supposed "boast to throw Eros" in Id. 1.97.
Gow's translation, "have borne (the love),"
Dover ad loc.
Eur. Tro. 414 f.
Gow's "hitherto"
Legrand translates "comme je l'ai enduré jusqu'ici" in the Budé Bucoliques Grecs [Paris 1924] 1.104
36
Rist 36 f.
37
Id. 6.12, 7.52-63 and 126. 14.10 and 27
Gregorio Serrao, Problemi di poesia alessandrina I, Studi su Teocrito (Rome 1971) 67
Segal 139ff.
38
Gordon Williams, Tradition and Originality in Latin Poetry (Oxford 1968) 304.
Id. 2
Ecl. 8
"Alphesiboeus' Song and Simaetha's Magic: Virgil's Eighth Eclogue and Theocritus' Sec- ond Idyll," Grazer Beiträge 12 (1985).
39
Northrup Frye's sense: Anatomy of Criticism (Princeton 1957) 40ff.
White, p. 21.
Gary B. Miles, "Characterization and the Ideal of Innocence in Theocritus' Idylls," Ramus 6 (1977) 139-64, especially 143f. and 149-55.
40
Legrand 117f.
Griffiths (1982) 262
Idyll 15
41
Griffiths (1982) 268f.
Idylls 2 and 15
Idylls' "myths of liberat- ing simplicity" (269).
42
Griffiths (1982) 248
nn. 4, 5, pp. 271f.
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