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102; cf. C. H. D, 400 («955) i* 6 E. Curtius, Wort und Schrift (1859; reprinted in ‘Alterthum und Gegenwart’ r, 1875) 262: ‘Sophistik . . da begann in Athen die Lese- und Bucherwut5. R. Harder, ‘Bemerkungen zur griechischen Schriftlichkeit’ , Antike 19 (1943) 107 — Kleine Schriften (1960) 79 ‘Thukydides und die Sophisten fiihren das Schreibwesen zum endgiiltigen Sieg’ ; Turner, Athenian Books 16-23. * K . v. Fritz, RE x x in 86 (rightly against H. Diels’s note to Vors. 84 B 1). Socratic—Platonic Opposition 31 11 1.

Ap. Pyth. 89); but even the possessive pronoun would be sufficient for the form of a polyptoton. Archilochus also played upon the etymology of the name of Apollo, see below, p. 62, n. 1. 4 No ‘canon’ of selected writers did exist in the sixth century, see below, p. 15, n. 1. 5 One may compare what has been said about ‘etymologies’ or allegory in epic poetry, above pp. 4 f. 6 No details will be given here about lyric and tragic poetry (but see, for instance, E. Fraenkel in Aesch. Ag. ). Early A ttic Comedy 15 extremely important in education.

5 One may compare what has been said about ‘etymologies’ or allegory in epic poetry, above pp. 4 f. 6 No details will be given here about lyric and tragic poetry (but see, for instance, E. Fraenkel in Aesch. Ag. ). Early A ttic Comedy 15 extremely important in education. 1 But quite exceptionally, in the fragments of Aristophanes’ earliest comedy, the JatraA^? ), the examination of the bad boy in Homeric glosses is preserved (fr. 222 Κ . ) : λάξον * Ομήρου γλώττας · τ ί καλονσι κορνμβα; ( I 2 ^ ΐ) .

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