Kallimachos Ep. 1 Pf. (= 54 G./P.) und die epigraphische Inszenierung
In recent times, many Callimachean epigrams have been discussed in terms of their connection to contemporary inscribed epigrams. However, in the case of Ep. 1 Pf. influences of inscribed epigrams have not yet been detected. This article argues that similarities to various types of metrical inscriptions (especially funerary inscriptions and sign-posts) do exist and that the epigram could be read as a fictional sign-post with philosophical and possibly metapoetic overtones.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2019
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