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Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3.511-733

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Ingo Gildenhard
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Andrew Zissos

Abbreviations

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Symbols and Terms

§

Indicates a section (e.g. of the Introduction or of a reference work).

*

Indicates a term defined in either Appendix 1 (Versification) or Appendix 2 (Glossary of Rhetorical and Syntactic Figures).

̆

Indicates a syllable that scans short (for details of scansion, see Appendix 1).

Indicates a syllable that scans long (for details of scansion, see Appendix 1).

CE/BCE

Common Era/Before Common Era (a designation for the calendar year, equivalent to AD/BC). In this volume CE should be assumed when no indication is provided.

Comm.

Refers to the Commentary in this volume.

Intro.

Refers to the Introduction (normally with following section specification).

n.

Refers to an entry in the Commentary (normally with preceding line specification).

Reference Works

AG

Allen and Greenough’s New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges, edited by J. B. Greenough, G. L. Kitteredge, A. A. Howard, and B. L. D’Ooge (Boston, 1903).

CIL

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (Berlin, 1862).

L-S

A Latin Dictionary, edited by C. T. Lewis and C. Short (Oxford, 1879).

LSJ

A Greek-English Lexicon, 9th edition, with Supplement, edited by H. J. Liddle and R. Scott, revised by H. S. Jones (Oxford, 1968)

OLD

Oxford Latin Dictionary, edited by P. G. W. Glare (Oxford, 1968–82).

TLL

Thesaurus Linguae Latinae (Leipzig, 1900).

Grammatical Terms

abl.

ablative (similarly nom. = nominative; gen. = genitive; dat. = dative; acc. = accusative)

act.

active voice (similarly pass. = passive voice)

fut.

future tense (similarly perf. = perfect; pres. = present; etc.)

indic.

indicative (similarly subjunct. = subjunctive)

part.

participle

pers.

person

pl.

plural (similarly sing. = singular)

Ancient Literature

Apollod.

Apollodorus, Bibliotheca (Library)

Ap. Rhod.

Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica

Apul.

Apuleius

Met. Metamophoses (or Golden Ass)

Arat.

Aratus

Phaen. Phaenomena

Cat.

Catullus, Carmina (Poems)

Cic.

Cicero

Fam. Epistulae ad Familiares (Letters to his Friends)
Leg. De Legibus (On the Law)
Nat. D. De Natura Deorum (On the Nature of the Gods)

Enn.

Ennius

Ann. Annales (Annals)

Eur.

Euripides

Bacch. Bacchae

Hdt.

Herodotus, Histories

Hes.

Hesiod

Op. Opera et Dies (Works and Days)

Hom.

Homer

Il. Iliad
Od. Odyssey

Hor.

Horace

Carm. Carmina (Odes)
Epod. Epodes

Hyg.

Hyginus

Fab. Fabulae

Hymn. Hom.

Homeric Hymns

Liv.

Livy, Ab urbe condita

Luc.

Lucan, Bellum Civile (Civil War)

Lucr.

Lucretius, De Rerum Natura

Mart.

Martial

Ep. Epigrams

Ov.

Ovid

Am. Amores
Ars Ars Amatoria (The Art of Love)
Fast. Fasti
Her. Heroides
Met. Metamorphoses
Trist. Tristia

Plaut.

Plautus Casina
Merc. Mercator

Plin.

Cas.

Pliny (the Elder)

NH Naturalis Historia (Natural History)

Plut.

Plutarch

Caes. Caesar

Prop.

Propertius, Carmina (Poems)

Sen.

Seneca (the Younger)

Oed. Oedipus

Serv.

Servius

Stat.

Statius

Ach. Achilleid
Silv. Silvae
Theb. Thebaid

Suet.

Suetonius

Aug. Divus Augustus (Life of Augustus)

Theoc.

Theocritus

Id. Idylls

Val. Max.

Valerius Maximus

Val. Flacc.

Valerius Flaccus, Argonautica

Varr.

Varro

Ling. De Lingua Latina (On the Latin Language)

Virg.

Virgil

Aen. Aeneid
Ecl. Eclogues
G. Georgics

Acheter

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