Studia Pindarica

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Studia Pindarica

Post by Hylander » Thu May 04, 2017 2:02 am

Anyone interested in Pindar will want to read, and engage with, Bundy's Studia Pindarica, which, I just discovered, is online, thanks to the University of California and Bundy's widow:

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Re: Studia Pindarica

Post by Scribo » Wed May 10, 2017 9:16 pm

Wonderful find. That and Leslie Kurke's book Traffic in Praise or some such (also available online) were definitely formulative in my thinking on Pindar. Actually, given that we all have near enough the same reading lists probably the entire last generation. Excellent introductions!
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