The ms. Laur. plut. 60,6 contains, inter alia, three anonymous texts. The first two texts are monodies and have already been edited by A. Sideras, who ascribed them to Choricius of Gaza. A sentence from the first monody is, however, attributed to Procopius of Gaza in the Florilegium Marcianum, where also a passage from the second monody is anonymously reported. Thus the two monodies are to be ascribed to Procopius (as also some imitations by Philagathus of Cerami confirm). As for the third text, which is first published here, it is a dialexis for a marriage, probably the prolalia of an epithalamium, containing quotations from Hesiod and Xenophon. On the basis of its style, also the third text can be confidently ascribed to Procopius.

Tre nuovi testi di Procopio di Gaza: una dialexis inedita e due monodie già attribuite a Coricio

CORCELLA, Aldo
2011

Abstract

The ms. Laur. plut. 60,6 contains, inter alia, three anonymous texts. The first two texts are monodies and have already been edited by A. Sideras, who ascribed them to Choricius of Gaza. A sentence from the first monody is, however, attributed to Procopius of Gaza in the Florilegium Marcianum, where also a passage from the second monody is anonymously reported. Thus the two monodies are to be ascribed to Procopius (as also some imitations by Philagathus of Cerami confirm). As for the third text, which is first published here, it is a dialexis for a marriage, probably the prolalia of an epithalamium, containing quotations from Hesiod and Xenophon. On the basis of its style, also the third text can be confidently ascribed to Procopius.
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