Euripides: Cyclops and Major Fragments of Greek Satyric Drama
Edited by Patrick O'Sullivan and Christopher Collard
Christopher Collard was Professor of Classics at the University of Swansea until 1996 and has published widely on tragedy and scholars of tragedy. His work includes editions with commentary of Euripides, Suppliant Women (1975, 1984) and Hecuba (1991), and he is co-editor of Selected Fragmentary Plays of Euripides (1995, 2004).
General Introduction General Bibliography Euripides’Cyclops Critical Apparatus ΚΥΚΛΩΨ/ CYCLOPS Commentary MAJOR FRAGMENTS OF GREEK SATYRIC DRAMA Introductory Note Bibliography and Abbreviations Advice to Readers Bibliographical Guidance Pratinas 4 F 3: Hyporchema Aeschylus Glaucus the Sea-god (Glaucus Marinus) Net-Fishers (Dictyulci) Sacred Delegates or Isthmian Contestants (Theori or Isthmiastae) Prometheus the Fire-Kindler (Prometheus Pyrkaeus) Sisyphus the Runaway and/or Stone-Roller (Sisyphus Drapetes or Petrokulistes) F 281a, b, *451n: from a‘Justice’ play Sophocles Lovers of Achilles (Achillis Amatores) Inachus Trackers (Ichneutae) Oeneus, F **1130 Euripides Autolycus A and B Eurystheus Sciron Syleus Ion of Chios 19 F 17a–33a, *59: Omphale Achaeus I Selected shorter fragments, from The Games (Ludi, 20 F 3–4), Aethon (F 6–11), Alcmeon (F 12–14), Hephaestus (F 17), Linus (F 26), The Fates (Fata, F 27–8), Omphale (F 33–4) Critias (?) 43 F 19: from a‘Sisyphus’ play Python 91 F 1: Agen Sositheus 99 F 2–3: Daphnis or Lityerses Lycophron 100 F 2–4: Menedemus Anonymous Adespota F 646a Adespota F 655: from an‘Atlas’ play Adespota F 667a: from a‘Medea’ play A new (2007) adespoton: satyric (?) Appendix: summary details of some other satyr-plays, by Pratinas, Aeschylus, Aristias, Sophocles, Euripides, Astydamas II and Chaeremon Index of Motifs and Characters General Index
Size: 210 × 149 mm
Publication: September 30, 2013
Series: Aris & Phillips Classical Texts