Seneca the Younger, Apocolocyntosis

LCL 15: 472-473

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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Bringmann2, K. “Senecas Apocolocyntosis: ein Forschungsbericht 1959–1982.” ANRW II 32.2 (1985): 885–914.
  • Bücheler1, F. Petronii Satirae et Liber Priapeorum. Adiectae sunt Varronis et Senecae Satirae similesque reliquiae. Berlin, 1862. [18621, 18712, 18823, 19044, 19125, 19226]. Latin critical edition.
  • Bücheler2, F. “Eine Satire des Annaeus Seneca,” Symbola Philologorum Bonnensium in honorem Friderici Ritscheleii Collecta (Leipzig, 1864–1867), 31–89 = Kleine Schriften I (Leipzig–Berlin, 1915), 439–507.
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  • Coffey2, M. Roman Satire. London, 19892.
  • Courtney, E. “The Nachleben of the Apocolocyntosis.” RhM 147 (2004): 426–28.
  • Curio, C. S. L. Annaei Senecae Philosophi etc. Opera quae extant omnia Coeli Secundi Curionis vigilantissima cura castigata etc. Basil, 1557. Latin edition [it contains the edition of Rhenanus and the notes of Iunius].
  • De Nonno, M. “Seneca, Apocolocyntosis 2, 1.” RFIC 124 (1996): 77–80.
  • Eden1, P. T. “The Manuscript Tradition of Seneca’s Apocolocyntosis.” CQ 29 (1979): 149–61.
  • Eden2, P. T. Seneca: Apocolocyntosis. Cambridge, 1984. Latin critical edition with English translation and notes.
  • Eisenberg, H. “Bedeutung und Zweck des Titels von Senecas Apocolocyntosis.” HSCP 82 (1978): 265–70.
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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Rhetoris Opera quae exstant. Paris, 1587. Latin edition.
  • Fromond, L. L. Ann. Senecae Philosophi Opera a Justo Lipsio emendata. Antwerp, 16323. Latin edition.
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  • Holzberg, N. Bibliography of Seneca Apocolocyntosis, privately circulated. Arranged first by author, then by subject (2015).
  • Iunius, H. His notes are included in the edition of Curio.
  • Kraft, K. “Der politische Hintergrund von Senecas Apocolocyntosis.” Historia 15 (1996): 96–122.
  • Lipsius, J. L. Annaei Senecae Philosophi Opera quae extant omnia. Antwerp, 1605. [16051, 16152, 16323 with Fromond’s notes, 16524]. Latin edition.
  • Malaspina, E., ed. Bibliografia Senecana del XX Secolo. Bologna, 2005.
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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.seneca_younger-apocolocyntosis.2020