In Meleag. AP IV 1,37s. (= HE) the poet compares Archilochus' epigrams to the flower of the crisp-haired cardoon that symbolizes the thorn of the iambic poetry, with particular reference to its poor Muse (cf. Callim. Ia 1, fr. 191,92s. Pf.). The image probably became proverbial to indicate Archilochus' poetry, cf. Eustath. 1684,45 ad Od. XI 277. (pp. 492-493)

Il cardo di Archiloco: Meleag. AP IV 1,37s. (= HE 1,37s.) / Nicolosi, Anika. - In: STUDI CLASSICI E ORIENTALI. - ISSN 0081-6124. - LXI(2015), pp. 47-53. [10.12871/97888674153043]

Il cardo di Archiloco: Meleag. AP IV 1,37s. (= HE 1,37s.)

NICOLOSI, Anika
2015

Abstract

In Meleag. AP IV 1,37s. (= HE) the poet compares Archilochus' epigrams to the flower of the crisp-haired cardoon that symbolizes the thorn of the iambic poetry, with particular reference to its poor Muse (cf. Callim. Ia 1, fr. 191,92s. Pf.). The image probably became proverbial to indicate Archilochus' poetry, cf. Eustath. 1684,45 ad Od. XI 277. (pp. 492-493)
Il cardo di Archiloco: Meleag. AP IV 1,37s. (= HE 1,37s.) / Nicolosi, Anika. - In: STUDI CLASSICI E ORIENTALI. - ISSN 0081-6124. - LXI(2015), pp. 47-53. [10.12871/97888674153043]
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