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By Lene Anderson

The concordance to the Delphic oracular responses in hexameter is meant as a device for stylistic experiences either one of those texts themselves and in their dating to standard Greek epic poetry. To make particularly transparent what the textual foundation is, and even as to make reference more uncomplicated for the reader, the concordance right is preceded through a set of oracles, giving in complete the texts on which the concordance relies including a severe equipment stating conjectures and crucial editions. the shape of the concordance is the line-context concordance, to that is further a process of symptoms shaped to guarantee that the reader, whereas utilizing the concordance, on to become aware of if the traces comprise conjectures, vitamins from different types of an identical oracle, and so forth. within the Prolegomena are defined the foundations in adopting the oracles into the gathering and in offering the cloth.

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