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918 (a) P. Oxy. 1788 fr. 9

ἐ]κ θαλα[ ]πέδιο[ ]ολυ[

1 θαλάσσης (-ας)? θαλάμου? 2 πέδιο[v ed. pr. (Grenfell, Hunt), sed aliter supplere possis (Page)

(b)=Pindar Paean 22(h)

(c)=Pindar Paean 22(i)

919 = Sappho or Alcaeus 42 (Voigt): v. vol. i p. 454

920 Pap. R. Univ. Milano i (1937) n. 7 pp. 10–11

a fr. (a) b fr.(b)
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Anonymous Fragments

Anonymous Fragments

918–1045 are anonymous fragments: 918–931T are papyrus finds, 932–938 are inscriptions, 939–1022 are book-texts (in alphabetical order of author), 1023–1028 may be tragic, 1029–1037 may be Alexandrian, 1038 (i) and (ii) are ostraca, 1039–1045 may be hexameter.

918 (a) Oxyrhynchus papyrus

. . . from (the sea?) (the chamber?) . . . (plain?)1 . . . much . . .

(b) = Pindar Paean 22(h)

(c) = Pindar Paean 22(i)

919 = Sappho or Alcaeus 42 (Voigt): see vol. i p. 454

920 Milan papyrus1 (3rd c. b.c.)

. . . little . . . many . . . before . . . many . . .

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.greek_lyric_anonymous_fragments.1993