[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Homer on Life and Death (Oxford, 1980) xiii f.
D. Shive, Naming Achilles (Oxford 1987)
J. M. Lynn-George, Epos (Atlantic Highlands, N.J., 1988).
R. B. Finnegan, Oral Poetry (Cambridge, 1977)
2
A. Parry, ed., The Making of Homeric Verse (Oxford, 1971)
A. B. Lord. The Singer of Tales (Cambridge, Mass., 1960).
J. Latacz, ed., Homer: Tradition und Neuerung (Darmstadt, 1979).
3
J. A. Davison, in A Companion to Homer, ed. A. J. B. Wace and F. H. Stubbings (London, 1962) 215-33
A. Lesky, RE Suppl. 11 (1968), s.v. "Homeros," cols. 831-43.
S. West, in A. Heubeck, S. West, and J. B. Hainsworth, A Commentary on Homer's Odyssey 1 (Oxford, 1988) 33-48
M. H. van der Valk, Textual Criticism of the Odyssey (Leiden, 1949)
Researches on the Text and Scholia of the Iliad (Leiden, 1963-64)
M. J. Apthorp, The Manuscript Evidence for Interpolation in Homer (Heidelberg, 1980).
G. Pasquali, Storia della tradizione e critica del testo2 (Florence, 1952) 201-47
H. Erbse, Gnomon 37 (1965) 532-39
T. W. Allen, Homer: The Origins and the Transmission (Oxford, 1924) 225-327
Homeri Ilias (Oxford, 1931) 1.194-216
R. Pfeiffer, History of Classical Scholarship from the Beginnings to the End of the Hellenistic Age (Oxford, 1968) 105ff., 171ff., 210ff.
P. M. Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria (Oxford, 1972) 447-79
The Iliad: A Commentary, vol. 4 Books 13-16 (Cambridge, forthcoming 1991).
4
Op. cit. (above, n. 3)
Latacz (above, n. 2) 297-307
A. Heubeck (above, n. 3) 3ff.
5
The Songs of Homer (Cambridge, 1962) 208-17, 301-34
Homer and the Oral Tradition (Cambridge, 1976) 113-45
The Iliad: A Commentary, vol. 1, Books 1-4 (Cambridge, 1985) 1-16.
6
Op. cit. (above, n. 2) 148-57
M. S. Jensen, The Homeric Question and the Oral- Formulaic Theory (Copenhagen, 1980) 81-95.
D. R. Hillers and M. H. McCall, Jr., HSCP 80 (1976) 19-23.
7
Homer, Hesiod and the Hymns: Diachronic Development in Epic Diction (Cambridge, 1982).
M. Cantilena, RFIC 114 (1986) 91-124.
8
M. L. West, The Hesiodic Catalogue of Women [Oxford, 1985] 130ff.).
9
M. L. West (Hesiod: Works and Days [Oxford, 1978] vi
G. P. Edwards, The Language of Hesiod in Its Traditional Context (Oxford, 1971) 199-206.
Egyptian Thebes at 9.381-84
W. Burkert, WS 10 (1976) 5-21
A. Heubeck, Gymnasium 89 (1982) 442f.
S. West, Omero: Odissea 1 [Florence, 1981] on 4.618
10
A. Heubeck, Archaeologia Homerica X, Schrift (Göttingen, 1980) 150-56
W. Burkert, in R. Hägg, ed., The Greek Renaissance (Stockholm, 1983) 51-56.
11
A. Johnston, in Hägg (above, n. 10) 63-68
Heubeck (above, n. 9) 73-126.
12
G. P. Goold, TAPhA 91 (1960) 272-91
Heubeck (above, n. 9) 165-67.
Contra, S. West (above, n. 3) 39.
13
Lord (above, n. 2) 202ff.
S. West (above, n. 3) 36n.
14
S. West, The Ptolemaic Papyri of Homer (Cologne and Opladen, 1967)
16
Pfeiffer (above, n. 3) 228.
17
Prolegomena ad Homerum (Halle, 1795) chs. 12-26
A. Grafton, G. W. Most and J. E. G. Zetzel [Princeton, 1985]).
18
H. Erbse, Scholia Graeca in Homeri Iliadem (Berlin, 1969-87) 3.484.
19
D. B. Monro and T. W. Allen, Homeri Opera3 (Oxford, 1920).
Pasquali (above, n. 3) 201ff.
above, n. 3
20
Zenodotus and Aristophanes is reported by Didymus in MSS A and T at 13.107
Erbse [above, n. 18] 420f.
21
M. L. West, Textual Criticism and Editorial Technique (Stuttgart, 1973) 51.
22
Didymus in MSS A and T on 16.143
Didymus in MS A on 19.390
Erbse [above, n. 18] 4.195, 644
23
Aristonicus on 1.446-48
Didymus on 1.447
Erbse [above, n. 18] 1.125
24
P. Chantraine, Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue grecque (Paris, 1968-8() s.v.
M. L. West, Glotta 44 (1967) 135-39
A. Hoekstra, Homeric Modifications of Formulaic Prototypes (Amsterdam, 1965) 34f.
J. B. Hainsworth (above, n. 3) 24ff.
25
Op. cit. (above, n. 3) xvii-xix.
26
P. Mazon, Homère: Iliade (Paris, 1943-46
A. Ludwich, Homeri Ilias (Leipzig 1902-7)
W. Leaf, The Iliad (London, 1900-1902; repr. Amsterdam, 1971)
M. M. Willcock, The Iliad of Homer (London, 1978-84
Allen's editio maior (above, n. 3)
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