Sundials, Parasites, and Girls from Boeotia

Classical Quarterly 29 (02):308- (1979)

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My purpose in this paper is, firstly, to investigate the relationship of the three passages printed below, and, secondly, to illustrate in passing the curious chain of historical accidents which have prevented the truth about that relationship from becoming common lore long ago
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