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By Susan A. Stephens, John J. Winkler

ISBN-10: 0691069417

ISBN-13: 9780691069418

The contemporary discovery of fragments from such novels as Iolaos, Phoinikika, Sesonchosis, and Metiochos and Parthenope has dramatically elevated the library catalogue of historical novels, calling for a clean survey of the sector. during this quantity Susan Stephens and John Winkler have reedited the entire identifiable novel fragments, together with the epitomes of Iamblichos' Babyloniaka and Antonius Diogenes' Incredible issues past Thule. meant for students in addition to nonspecialists, this paintings presents new variations of the texts, complete translations every time attainable, and introductions that situate each one textual content in the box of old fiction and that current appropriate heritage fabric, literary parallels, and attainable strains of interpretation.

Collective studying of the fragments exposes the inadequacy of many at present held assumptions in regards to the historical novel, between those, for instance, the paradigm for a linear, more and more complicated narrative improvement, the concept of the "ideal romantic" novel because the prevalent norm, and the character of the novel's readership and cultural milieu. as soon as perceived as a overdue and insignificant improvement, the radical emerges as a vital and revealing cultural phenomenon of the Greco-Roman international after Alexander.

Originally released in 1995.

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2330, which has been assigned to Ktesias on the basis of a partial coin­ cidence with a quotation from Demetrios's De eloc. , contains a rather torrid love letter purporting to be from Struangaios to Zarinaia. 9; Kephalion (FGrHist 93 F 1) mentions Semiramis's war with Zoroaster; Agathias Hist. 24 cites several writers of early Assyrian history to the effect that Zoroas­ ter "invented" magic. NINOS Erotikos §753d-e. In this tale, Semiramis was a courtesan (or concu­ bine) who persuaded the infatuated Ninos to let her rule in his stead for five days (or one day) and then used her royal power to imprison him.

Lav. pap. The function of the dot above pap. pap. 34. Wil. Levi, 28. Picc. pap. is unclear. 12. k added above k of 5. pap. Kpaxei by second hand. NINOS ] not even the ] they endured ] wanting it ] the attempt ] s/he referred ] nor did the maiden dare ]and they ... ] for they both felt confidence ] in their aunts more [than in their own] mothers. II he said, "faithful to my oath I have now come into your sight and into the embraces of my cousin who is so dear to me. And first let the gods know this, as indeed they are aware, and as I shall myself confirm by this present declaration: Having traversed so much land and become master of so many peoples who submitted to my spear or because of my father's power served me NINOS 15.

12). 28 (but since the papyrus is abraded at this point, it is impossible to be certain). 18). 36. Iota adscript is always written, tremata occasionally. 20). The dialect is Attic, though a number of non-Attic words and forms appear (Dihle 1978-80: 55 n. 32). 6. In general, the papyrus gives the appearance of a carefully made and well-maintained book roll. I Supplements that are clearly too long for the available space have not been printed. Supplements are those of Wilcken unless otherwise stated in apparatus or notes.

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