Petronius, Satyricon

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INTRODUCTION

OφL2. qui inter haec nutriuntur non magis sapere possunt quam bene olere qui in culina habitant. | 2OLpace vestra liceat dixisse, primi omnium3 eloquentiam perdidistis. levibus enim atque inanibus sonis ludibria quaedam excitando effecistis ut corpus orationis enervaretur et caderet.

L indicates the three groups of manuscripts that support the sentence that follows.

2. indicates section number 2 of 141 sections.

OL indicates a change and that only two groups of manuscripts now support what follows.

Marginal 2 indicates subsection number 2 in section number 2.

omnium3 indicates that note number 3 in the textual notes at the bottom of the page refers to omnium.

Poems are set in block format with line numbers to the left of the verse.

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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Adams1, J. N. Exchange of letters with G. Schmeling.
  • Adams2, J. N. “Petronius and the New Non-Literary Latin.” In Herman, 11–23.
  • Albrecht, M. von. A History of Roman Literature. 2 vols. Rev. G. Schmeling. Leiden, 1997.
  • Anton, C. G. Petronii Arbitri Satyricon ex recensione Petri Burmanni passim reficta cum Supplementis Nodotianis, notas criticas . . . addidit C. G. Antonius. Leipzig, 1781.
  • Astbury, R. “Petronius, P. Oxy. 3010, and Menippean Satire.” CP 72 (1977): 22–31.
  • Baehrens, E. Poetae Latini Minores. 4 vols. Leipzig, 1882.
  • Bailey1, D. R. Shackleton. Anthologia Latina. Stuttgart, 1982.
  • Bailey2, D. R. Shackleton. “On Petronius.” AJP 108 (1987): 458–64.
  • Barthius (K. von Barth, 1587–1658). “Racemationes.” In Goldast, 487–521, cited as in Bücheler.
  • Beck1, C. The Age of Petronius. Cambridge, MA, 1856.
  • Beck2, C. The Manuscripts of the Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter Described and Collated. Cambridge, MA, 1863.
  • Binetus, C. C. Petronii Arbitri itemque aliorum quorundam veterum epigrammata hactenus non edita. Poitiers, 1579.
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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.petronius-satyricon.2020