[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Dihle, esp. 5-11
2
Snell, "Das früeste Zeugnis über Sokrates." Philologus 97 (1948) 126
idem, Scenes from Greek Drama (Berkeley and Los Angeles 1964) 52ff.
idem, The Discovery of the Mind (Cam- bridge, Mass. 1953) esp. 126
F. Dirlmeier, "Vom Monolog der Dichtung zum 'inneren' Logos bei Platon und Aristoteles," Gymna- sium 67 (1960) 31-32
J. J. Walsh 16-22
Voigtländer, esp. 236-37
3
Christmann 137-45
4
Gill 140.
5
Dihle, esp. 29
Christmann 65-82.
7
Burnett 22
8
Wolff 238-39
Schlesinger 26-53, esp. 30
10
Dihle, esp. 28-29n 18
11
Fortenbaugh 238n
Dihle 28-29
12
manthanō in 1078
13
Bongie 42 and 44
Dihle 14-16.
15
Euripides Medea (Oxford 1969) 94
Voigtländer 223.
16
Müller 70
17
Lines 807-10, trans. Wolff 238.
18
Dihle's emphasis (14-16)
19
Schlesinger 53
20
Bergk, Griechische Literaturgeschichte, vol. 3 (Leipzig 1884) 512n. 140
G. Jachmann, Binneninterpolation, vol. 2: Nachr. Gott. Ges. d. Wiss. (1936) 193n. 1
Voigtländer (emphasizing [224-25]
infra n.12
Christmann 125ff.
Lesky 226-27.
21
Oxford 1902, rep. 1963
23
Dihle 27-29n. 18.
24
Diller 375-76
Christmann 137-45
Lesky 227
Dihle 28-29
Christmann 65-82
25
Pucci chap. 4.
26
Lloyd-Jones 57
27
Dihle 27-29
Lloyd-Jones 58
Voigtländer 226
28
Diller 367
J. J. Walsh 19
Steidle 165
Rohdich 64.
29
Diller 366
30
Lesky 227
Kessel [RhM 116 (1973) 103n. 21], Medea 965
Reeve 59n. 2
Euripides frag. 718N2
Med. 443-45
Ba. 880
31
Dihle 16
Buttrey 9
Zwierlein 35-37n. 24c
32
Dihle 30
Schlesinger 29
33
Diller 364-65
Od. 20.9
34
Hipp. 1087.
35
Dihle 14.
Soph. OC 1414
Eur. Phoen. 532
Denniston GP2 122.
36
Kovacs' argument (351-52)
37
Diller 358
38
Christmann 143
4.2.27 [372K], Gill 140
Gill 142
4.2.8 [368K], Gill 140
39
frr. 220, 572, 840ff. N2.
40
Gill (142-43)
41
Schlesinger's emphasis (45)
42
Buttrey 13-14
43
Knox 204 and 212-13
Rohdich 47-55
44
Pucci 64ff.
Bongie 36
Easterling 182.
45
Flory 70-71.
46
Easterling 179
47
schol. Medea 264
Apollodorus 1.9.28.
48
"The Conception of Women in Athenian Drama," in Reflections of Women in Antiquity, ed. H. Foley (New York 1981) 127-68
Froma Zeitlin, "Playing the Other: Theater, Theatricality, and the Feminine in Greek Drama," Representations 11 (1985) 63-94
50
Knox 96
infra n.51.
51
Bongie 28 and 30-31
Ag. 11
Euripides' Hecuba
53
Buttrey 12.
54
Burnett 8
Burnett 17
M. P. Cunningham, "Medea apo mechanes," CP 49 (1954) 152
N. E. Collinge, "Medea ex Machina," CP 57 (1962) 170-72; and Knox 206-11.
55
Bongie 42.
56
Knox 214
57
supra n.48
Nicole Loraux, Tragic Ways of Killing a Woman, trans. A. Forster (Cambridge, Mass. 1987).
58
Fortenbaugh's discussion at 238-39
Euripides fr. 362
59
Schlesinger 45
60
G. B. Walsh 296-99
Pucci (passim, esp. chaps. 2 and 4)
Hans Strohm, Euripides, Zetemata 15 (Munich 1957) 3
Burnett 22
62
Pucci 64
64
Wolff 240 notes
Reckford 346
65
Pucci 65ff.
Knox 219-21
Reckford 336-39
Guido Paduano, La Formazione del mondo ideologicale e poetico di Euripide [Pisa 1968] 259-71).
66
Reckford 345
Reckford 346n. 26
Knox 222
67
Wolff 238-39.
69
Kurt Von Fritz, Antike und moderne Tragodie (Berlin 1962) 322ff.
70
Bongie 32, 50, 55
71
Suzanne Mills, "The Sorrow of Medea," CP 75 (1980) 289-96
Rick M. Newton, "Ino in Euripides' Medea," AJP 106 (1985) 501-2
72
Pierre Grimal, The Dictionary of Classical Mythology (Oxford 1986) 276 and 496.
73
Schlesinger 51
her dissertation, "Euripides' Medea: A Study in Dramatic Mythopo- eia," Stanford 1976, 121-22
74
Froma Zeitlin, "Travesties of Gender and Genre in Aristophanes' Thesmophor- iazusae," in Reflections of Women in Antiquity, ed. H. Foley (New York 1981) 186ff.
75
Knox 211
Reckford 339-40.
76
E. R. Dodds, "Three Notes on Medeia," Humanitas 4 (1952) 14-15
77
Voigtländer 230-31
Steidle 163
Donald J. Mastronarde, Contact and Discontinuity: Some Conventions of Speech and Action on the Greek-Tragic Stage (Berkeley and Los Angeles 1979) 110
Lloyd-Jones 57
D. Bain, Masters, Servants and Orders in Greek Tragedy: Some Aspects of Dramatic Technique and Conven- tion [Manchester 1981] 33
Kovacs' objection (345)
Reeve 54ff.
78
Steidle 163-64.
79
G. A. Seeck, "Euripides' Medea 1059-68: A Problem of Interpretation," GRBS 9 (1968) 291, brackets 1060-63
Christmann 133-36
Reeve's objections, 59n. 1
Lloyd-Jones advocates deleting 1059-63
Kovacs 352n. 17
Kovacs deletes 1056-64
Lesky 226
chorus at 976-77
Medea at 791 and 1013
Steidle 161
Lloyd-Jones 54
Ach. 450- 52 and 480-89
Medea 1242ff.
80
Schlesinger 30-32
Voigtländer 234-35
Lloyd-Jones 55
81
Steidle 161
82
Voigtländer 234
83
Diller 362
Voigtländer 225
Easterling 188
Steidle 162
Lloyd-Jones 52 and 59
Kovacs 344-45
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