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    Clemens Zintzen: Analytisches Hypomnema zu Senecas Phaedra. Pp. 145. Meisenheim : Anton Hain, 1961. Paper, DM. 16.80.Alan Ker - 1964 - The Classical Review 14 (3):346-346.
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    Some Explanations and Emendations of Martial.Alan Ker - 1950 - Classical Quarterly 44 (1-2):12-.
    The text of Martial is fairly good, though not as good as many editors seem to think. We have three separate sources from which our manuscripts are derived, which are called by Lindsay in the O.C.T. AA, BA and O.1 All three sources seem to have suffered from editing, AA less than the others. In A.D. 401 one Torquatus Gennadius seems to have emended the text . We do not know whether all three sources were affected by this recension: all (...)
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    Luigi Pepe: Marziale. Pp. 221. Naples: Armanni, 1950. Paper L. 800.A. Ker - 1952 - The Classical Review 2 (3-4):230-231.
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    Clemens Zintzen: Analytisches Hypomnema zu Senecas Phaedra. (Beiträgezur klassischen Philologie, 1.) Pp. 145. Meisenheim (Glan): Anton Hain, 1961. Paper, DM. 16.80. [REVIEW]Alan Ker - 1964 - The Classical Review 14 (03):346-.
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    Notes on Claudian.Alan Ker - 1957 - Classical Quarterly 7 (3-4):151-.
    ‘Prince, lovelier than the flashing star’, says the Poet Laureate to his Emperor; ‘Leda would rather have produced thee than Castor, Thetis than Achilles; Delos prefers thee to Apollo, Lydia to Bacchus.’ Then follows a passage describing the effect on nature of the Emperor's going out to hunt: ‘the beasts will gladly fall to your spear, the lion will be proud to die at your sacred hand. Venus scorns Adonis returned to life, Diana Hippolytus’.
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    Martial Again.Alan Ker - 1953 - Classical Quarterly 3 (3-4):173-.
    I Wish to reply to some of the objections raised by Mr. A. Hudson-Williams in Class. Quart., vol. xlvi , p. 27, to my notes on Martial in vol. xliv. In two places, on pp. 17 and 22, he corrects an error of mine, and in one or two other of his remarks he may well be right; but in many cases he does nothing more than repeat the traditional interpretation of a passage without commending it any more effectively than (...)
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    Notes on Statius.Alan Ker - 1953 - Classical Quarterly 3 (1-2):1-.
    This is the reading of the manuscripts with the punctuation given it in the Delphin, Loeb, and Teubner editions. But the future does not give the sense required. Adrastus is gazing with horror at the two young men who have arrived on his doorstep, realizing that they are the lion and the boar of Apollo's oracle . The whole force of the blow lies in the fact that they have actually arrived. The Delphin editor solves the problem by saying that (...)
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    Remedia and Medicamina. [REVIEW]A. Ker - 1963 - The Classical Review 13 (2):169-170.
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    De Martialis Epigr. Viii. 15 Commentatiuncula. [REVIEW]A. Ker - 1957 - The Classical Review 7 (1):80-81.
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    Martial, Selected Epigrams. [REVIEW]Alan Ker - 1965 - The Classical Review 15 (1):121-122.
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    Publii Ovidii Nasonis Ex Ponto Liber Primus Commentar Io Exegetico Instructus. [REVIEW]A. Ker - 1934 - The Classical Review 48 (4):152-153.
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    Notes on Some Passages of The Plays of Seneca1.Alan Ker - 1962 - Classical Quarterly 12 (1-2):48-51.
    In this passage transposition is surely necessary, as Leo saw. The only verb which can be supplied for Sarmata in 1. 71 is celant; but whereas the Hyrcanian forests may hide Diana's prey, the nomad Sarmatian can scarcely be said to do so; Sarmata requires some verb like nouit. Leo put 1. 71 after 1. 68. But in is not easy to see how uacuis …campis fell to two lines later. The transposition would be more easily explicable if Seneca, after (...)
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