Arator Act. 1, 913 and Prud. Ditt. xlvii

in Vigiliae Christianae
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The purpose of this note is to enlighten an unnoticed reprise of Prudentius’ Dittochaeon in Arator’s Historia apostolica, which could enrich the dossier of Arator’s literary models and represent a peculiar case of interplay between biblical hypotext and poetic intertext in the poem.

Arator Act. 1, 913 and Prud. Ditt. xlvii

in Vigiliae Christianae

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PillingerDie Tituli historiarum113.

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Cf. GreenLatin Epics307. The biblical verse was since Tertullian (Scorp. 13 1; adv. Marc. 5 1 5) regularly referred to Paul (so rightly Schwind Arator-Studien 129 n. 149) but such a quotation seems unparalleled in poetry.

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