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|Citation:||Leeds International Classical Studies, 2006; 5(1):1-28|
|Publisher:||University of Leeds, School of Classics|
|Abstract:||This paper presents 16 fragments of the Peripatetic philosopher Eudemus (c. 350-290 BC), which were not printed in the (still) standard edition of Wehrli (1955; revised 1969), but which had been signalled in passing by De Lacy (1957) and Gottschalk (1973). The aim is to provide a text with translation and brief annotation, to be included in a future edition, and to argue that context can add to our understanding of these passages. Their importance lies in bringing greater comprehensiveness to the collection, offering at least five additional (near) quotations, and illustrating the new trend in fragment studies to contextualize fragments on several levels in order to gain further insight into their value and reception.|
|Description:||© Han Baltussen|
|Appears in Collections:||Classics publications|
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