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Contents vii Acknowledgments ix Abbreviations xi Introduction 1 Accessus ad auctores Text and Translation 25   1. Introduction to Ovid’s Epistles [Heroides] 26   2. Again [Introduction to Ovid’s Epistles] 26   3. Introduction to Prudentius’s Psychomachia 28   4. Again, alternatively: Introduction to Prudentius’s Psychomachia 30   5. Introduction to Cato [Disticha Catonis] 32   6. Introduction to Avianus 34   7. Introduction to Maximianus 40   8. Introduction to Homer [Ilias Latina] 42   9. Introduction to Physiologus 42 10. Introduction to Theodolus [Ecloga Theoduli] 44 11. Introduction to Arator [Historia apostolica] 44 12. Introduction to Prosper [Epigrammata] 46 13. Introduction to Sedulius [Carmen paschale] 46 14. Of Ovid on the Art ofa Love 48 15. On the Cure for Love [Remedia amoris] 50 16. Ovid from Pontus [Epistulae ex Ponto] 52 17. Ovid’s Sorrows [Tristia] 52 18. Ovid without a Title [Amores] 54 19. Ovid’s Fasti 56 20. Introduction to Lucan 58 21. Introduction to Cicero [Paradoxa Stoicorum] 68 22. Cicero’s Paradoxes [Paradoxa Stoicorum] 68 23. Introduction to Boethius [Consolation of Philosophy] 80 24. Priscian [Institutiones grammaticae] 82 25. [Introduction to Ovid on Love or Ovid without a Title (Amores)] 86 26. Ovid’s Epistles [Heroides] 86 27. Introduction to On the Art of Poetry [Ars poetica] 92 28. [Pamphilus and Galathea] 98 29. [Thebaldus] 100 Explanatory Notes 103 Bibliography 255 Index 267 viii ...


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  • Latin literature, Medieval and modern.
  • Criticism -- History -- To 1500.
  • Classical literature -- Study and teaching -- History -- To 1500.
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