Questions of Date, Genre, and Style in Velleius: Some Literary Answers

Classical Quarterly 25 (02):272- (1975)
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There has been no major critical edition of Velleius with commentary since that of Kritz in 1840. Kritz, who took into account Sauppe's long essay on Velleius of three years earlier, was preceded by Ruhnken, whose commentary appeared in 1779. During the century which followed Kritz's work several valuable editions without commentary were produced, the last of which, by Stegmann de Pritzwald , almost coincided with the essay and bibliography devoted to Velleius in Schanz-Hosius . These two contributions of the thirties remain standard to the present day

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The Scope and Genre of Velleius' History.R. J. Starr - 1981 - Classical Quarterly 31 (01):162-.
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