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By Arthur Miller

In Joe and Kate Keller's kin backyard, an apple tree - a memorial to their son Larry, misplaced within the moment global struggle - has been torn down by way of a typhoon. yet his loss isn't the in simple terms a part of the family's previous they can't placed in the back of them. now not everybody's forgotten the courtroom case that placed Joe's companion in penal complex, or the cracked engine heads his manufacturing unit produced which brought on it and dropped twenty-one pilots out of the sky ...

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Second, the situation is the same with Marianus of Eleutheropolis’ (early sixth-century) iambic metaphrasis of the complete works of Callimachus (Iambi excepted, of course), in which the sequence Hecale-Hymns opened the collection (Suda μ 194 Adler = test. ); and third, the iambic epigram printed as Pfeiffer’s testimonium 23 (quoted above: sixth-century at the earliest) lists as the first three titles of a collected edition of Callimachus the Hymns, the Hecale, and the Aetia. Additional, though more uncertain, support for the same pattern comes from the papyrus numbered 27 in the list above (also a codex).

Lehnus 1991b. 4 Ernesti, himself not a first-rate scholar, owed much, as he allowed, to the Dutch (of German origin) David Ruhnkenius, who had checked manuscripts of the Greek Etymologicum in Paris. C. Valckenaer—otherwise the only contemporary who, if properly asked, would have been able to contribute a flood of new material from lexicographers and grammarians. 5 Fragments 464 to 507: “pauca tantum nominavit certa incertis miscens Blomfieldus” (Schneider 1870–73: 626). 6 A few of those remaining have ended up among the Frustula adespota ex auctoribus in Lloyd-Jones and Parsons 1983.

The translations into English of most of the Greek passages are those of Trypanis 1978 (often adapted). The translations of the passages that have come to light more recently and of the less complete ones are my own. I refer to the internal sections of the Aetia by the conventional titles given to them by modern editors. 40 giulio massimilla himself on Mount Helicon in Boeotia (frr. 3–4). He says that, having met the Muses there, he asked them questions on the origins of customs and rites, and in turn received the goddesses’ answers.

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