Notes on Eugenius of Toledo

Classical Quarterly 49 (01):304-314 (1999)

Abstract
Eug. carm. 70 At the end of line 3, all the extant manuscripts offer -melos. This has been accepted by the editors without discussion. But is it plausible to accept camels in this bucolic landscape?
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DOI 10.1093/cq/49.1.304
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