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By Wolfgang Harms, Werner von Koppenfels, Helmut Krasser, Christoph Riedweg, Ernst A. Schmidt, Wolfgang Schuller, Rainer Stillers

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7–42 Butler, H. : The Institutio Oratoria of Quintilian, With an English Translation, Vol IV, London, Cambridge 1961, 4th ed. : 1898). : Genre and Style in Callimachus, TAPhA 122 (1992), pp. : Archilochos Heros, The Cult of Poets in the Greek Polis (Hellenic Studies 6), Washington 2004 Donohue, A. : Die Sieben Weltwunder. Ihre Erbauung, Zerstörung und Wiederentdeckung, Mainz am Rhein 1996 Esdaile, K. : Homeric Coin Types, JHS 32 (1912), pp. : L’epos ellenistico tradizionale prima e dopo Ziegler and Epici ellenistici, in: K.

Finally, their interpretation of the remark ‹not friends of the Muse› (v. 2) as ‹they lack artistic inspiration› is in my opinion incorrect, since the Muses were never considered to be patrons of the visual arts and artists. On the craftsmanship of the Telchines, Herter (1934), Sp. 202–207; Forbes (1950), pp 78–91. See also the Testimonia on the Telchines as artisans in Overbeck (1959), T. 40–55. Cf. Diod. 5. 55. 2: λ λ Ν « µ $ . See on this the texts quoted by Herter (1934), Sp. 200–202 and Overbeck (1959), T 42, 44; 48.

In the fragmentary epigram (Fr. 393 Pfeiffer) Momos is poking fun at the philosopher Diodorus of Iasus. 34 Ivana Petrovic tation of the sixth Iambus) the figure of Hipponax can be seen as the positive foil of the Telchines, since he, too, is a literary critic, but also has connotations with the visual arts. As argued by Acosta-Hughes (2002), pp. 32–47, Callimachus is using the figure of Hipponax as a critic because Hipponax was famous for his attacks of the sculptors Bupalus and Athenis and a painter named Mimnes – all artists.

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