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August Thomsen
Posted on Mon Oct 18, 2010 22:28:43  
Hello, everyone,

I'm writing an assignment on Catullus' inspiration from Callimachus (螝伪位位委渭伪蠂慰蟼), so I was wondering if anyone knows if you can get his text - that is, the one corresponding to Catulls 66, sc. "The Lock of Berenice" - on the net somewhere?

It would be lovely to have an editable text on my desktop that I could use in my upcoming paper, without having to put in all the letters one by one.

My best to you all!
- August
August Holst Thomsen

M.A.-student in Latin and Spanish Language & Culture
University of Copenhagen

modo huc, modo illuc
Chris Weimer
Posted at Tue Oct 19, 2010 07:11:10  Quote
Quote:
  I'm writing an assignment on Catullus' inspiration from Callimachus (螝伪位位委渭伪蠂慰蟼), so I was wondering if anyone knows if you can get his text - that is, the one corresponding to Catulls 66, sc. "The Lock of Berenice" - on the net somewhere?


Do you have access to JSTOR? If so, try this:

http://www.jstor.org/stable/262853

All the best,

Chris
 


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