Euripides Scholia

Bibliography (in progress)

Editions of Euripides Scholia

Arsenius of Monembasia, Σχόλια τῶν πάνυ δοκίμων εἰς ἑπτὰ τραγῳδίας τοῦ Εὐριπίδου συλλεγέντα ἐκ διαφόρων παλαιῶν βιβλίων καὶ συναρμολογηθέντα παρὰ Ἀρσενίου. Scholia in septem Euripidis tragoedias ex antiquis exemplaribus ab Arsenio collecta et nunc primum in lucem edita. Junta, Venice 1534 [reprinted by Hervagius in Basel in 1544 and also included in some 17th century editions of the plays of Euripides]

L. C. Valckenaer, Scholia veterum grammaticorum in Euripidis Phoenissas, ex codicibus manuscriptis, praesertim Augustano, supplevit, emendavit, nunc primum editis locupletavit plus quam ducentis, notisque instruxit [separately paginated appendix of his Euripidis Tragoedia Phoenissae, Franequer 1755]

August Matthiae, Euripidis Tragoediae et Fragmenta, recensuit interpretationem Latinam correxit, scholia graeca e codicibus manuscriptis partim supplevit partim emendavit August Matthiae, 10 vols., Leipzig 1813-1837 [vol. 4 (1817) contains scholia on Hecuba and Orestes; vol. 5 (1818) contains scholia on Phoenissae, Hippolytus, Medea, Alcestis, Andromache, and a few scholia on the alphabetic plays from L (Triclinius’); vol. 10 (1837) contains scholia from V on Troades and Rhesus contributed by C. F. Kaupmann]

C. G. Cobetius, Scholia antiqua in Euripidis Tragoedias partim inedita partim editis integriora adiunxit (an appendix printed in J. Geel, Euripidis Phoenissae, Leiden 1846)

Gulielmus (Wilhelm) Dindorf, Scholia graeca in Euripidis tragoedias ex codicibus aucta et emendata. 4 vols. Oxford 1863 [vol. 1: preface, versions of Life of Euripides, sch. on Rhesus, Troades, Hippolytus, Hecuba; vol. 2: sch. on Orestes; vol. 3 sch. on Phoenissae; vol. 4: sch. on Medea, Alcestis, Andromache, addenda and index]

Eduard Schwartz, Scholia in Euripidem. 2 vols. Berlin 1887-1891

Ole L. Smith, Scholia metrica anonyma in Euripidis Hecubam, Orestem, Phoenissas [Opuscula graecolatina, 10]. Copenhagen 1977

Stephen G. Daitz, The Scholia in the Jerusalem Palimpsest of Euripides. A Critical Edition. [Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften, n.F., 2. Reihe, 64]. Heidelberg 1979

Lorena de Faveri, Die metrischen Trikliniusscholien zur byzantinischen Trias des Euripides [M & P Schriftenreihe für Wissenschaft und Forschung. Drama: Beiheft 18]. Stuttgart 2002

Grazia Merro, Gli scoli al Reso euripideo. Introduzione, testo critico e commento. [Orione. Testi e studi di letteratura greca, 2] Messina 2008.

Manuscripts and Textual Tradition

Alexander Turyn, The Byzantine Manuscript Tradition of the Tragedies of Euripides [Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, 43] Urbana 1957

Gunther Zuntz, An Inquiry into the Transmission of the Plays of Euripides. Cambridge 1965

Vincenzo Di Benedetto, La tradizione manoscritta Euripidea [Proagones: studi, 7]. Padua 1965

André Tuilier, Recherches critiques sur la tradition du texte d’Euripide. Paris 1968

B. Schartau, “Observations on the Activities of the Byzantine Grammarians of the Palaeologian Era I: Demetrius Triclinius’ Early Work on the Euripidean Triad (Gamle Kongelige Samling 3549, 8º and Rylands Hebrew 1689)” in Cahiers de l’institut du moyen-âge grec et latin 4 (1970) 3-35

B. Schartau, Observations on the Activities of the Byzantine Grammarians of the Palaeologian Era II: The Impact of Thomas Magistros’ Inrroductory Matter to the Euripidean Triad. [Odense University Classical Studies, vol. 3] Odense 1973

André Tuilier, Étude comparée du texte et des scholies d’Euripide. [Études et commentaires 77] Paris 1972

Kjeld Matthiessen, Studien zur Textüberlieferung der Hekabe des Euripides [Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften, n.F., 2. Reihe, 52]. Heidelberg 1974

Donald J. Mastronarde & Jan Maarten Bremer, The Textual Tradition of Euripides’ Phoinissai [UC Publications: Classical Studies, vol. 27, 1982]

James Diggle, The Textual Tradition of Euripides’ Orestes. Oxford 1991

Hans-Christian Günther, The Manuscripts and the Transmission of the Paleologan Scholia on the Euripidean Triad [Hermes Einzelschriften 68]. Stuttgart 1995

Immaculada Pérez Martin, "La 'Escuela de Planudes': notas paleográficas a una publicación reciente sobre los escolios euripideos" in Byzantinische Zeitschrift 90 (1997) 73-96

Immaculada Pérez Martin, "El 'estilo Salonicense': un modo de escribir en la Salónica del siglo XIV" in G. Prato, ed., I manoscritti greci tra riflessione e dibattito. Atti del V Colloquio Internazionale di Paleografia Greca (Cremona, 4-10 ottobre 1998), 311-331

D. Bianconi, Tessalonica nell' età dei Paleologi. Le pratiche intellettuali nel riflesso della cultura scritta [Dossier byzantins, 5]. Pari 2005

Niels Gaul, "The twitching shroud: collective construction of paideia in the circle of Thomas Magistros" in Segno e Testo 6 (2007) 263-340

Niels Gaul, "Moschopulos, Phrankopulos (?), Lopadiotes, Magistros, Staphidakes,: Prosopographisches und Methodologisches zur Lexicographie der Palaiologenzeit" in R. Trapp and S. Schönauer, Lexicologica byzantina, Göttingen 2008, 163-196

Niels Gaul, Thomas Magistros und die spätbyzantinische Sophitisk. Studien zum Humanismus urbaner Eliten in der frühen Palaiologenzeit [Mainzer Veröffentlichungen zur Byzantinistik, Bd. 10]. Wiesbaden 2011

Other Studies

James Diggle, "The Papyrus Hypothesis of Orestes (P. Oxy, 2455 fr. 4 col. IV 32-9 + fr. 141)" in Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 77 (1989) 1-11, reprinted in Diggle, Euripidea (Oxford 1994) 327-40

Monique van Rossum-Steenbeek, Greek Readers’ Digests?: Studies on a selection of subliterary papyri (Mnemosyne Supplements 175) Leiden 1998

Chiara Meccariello, Le Hypotheseis narrative dei drammi euripidei: testo, contesto, fortuna (Pleiadi, 16) Rome 2014