Supplementum Grammaticum Graecum 3

Glossographi and Lycophron Chalcidensis

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SGG 3 explores intriguing and challenging fields of ancient Greek philology in its early stages. It deals with the remnants of scholarship performed by anonymous pre-Aristarchean interpreters of Homeric glosses, collectively mentioned in ancient sources as the Glossographers (οἱ Γλωσσογράφοι; introductory essay, critical edition, Italian translation and commentary by Emanuele Dettori), as well as with the fragments of the pioneering textual examination (diorthōsis) conducted by the scholar poet Lycophron of Chalcis on the plays of Attic comedy in the early 3rd century BC Alexandria (introduction, critical edition, Italian translation and commentary by Andrea Pellettieri).

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Emanuele Dettori is Professor of Ancient Greek Language and Literature at the University of Roma “Tor Vergata”. His scientific interests include Greek language, theatre, epigraphy, and Hellenistic literature and scholarship. He is the author of Filita grammatico (2000) and I Diktyoulkoi di Eschilo (2016).
Andrea Pellettieri got his PhD in Classics in 2017. His scientific interests include ancient Greek language, Attic theatre, and Hellenistic literature and scholarship. He is the author of I composti nell’Alessandra di Licofrone (De Gruyter, forthcoming).
Students and scholars in the field of classics, who are interested in ancient, particularly Greek, learned culture and scholarship as well as in the written transmission and reception of ancient Greek literature.
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