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About l. 3 of the second stanza of Sappho's Ὠδὴ εἰς Ἀνακτωρίαν (Ode to Anactoria)

To begin with, we must remember that the famous Sappho 31 is preserved only in (Pseudo-)Longinus's On the Sublime, a first century work whose authorship is disputed. Wharton, in his preface, says: ...
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About Sappho's "Hector and Andromacha" poem

After P.Oxy. 2076, it becomes apparent (as I said also in my blog post about this poem) that the lines of the spare scrap join rather nicely with some of those of P.Oxy. 2076. Before that papyrus, ...
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