Bibliographical Abbreviations

BABest of the Achaeans, Nagy 1979/1999.
DELG. See Chantraine 1968-1980.
DELL. See Ernout and Meillet 1959
GP = Greek Mythology and Poetics, Nagy 1990b.
HC = Homer the Classic, Nagy 2009|2008
HPC = Homer the Preclassic, Nagy 2010|2009
HQ = Homeric Questions, Nagy 1996b
HR = Homeric Responses, Nagy 2003
LSJ = Liddell, H. G., R. Scott, and H. S. Jones. 1940. A Greek-English Lexicon. 9th ed. Oxford.
MoM = Masterpieces of Metonymy, Nagy 2016|2015
N = Nagy, G.
PP = Poetry as Performance, Nagy 1996a
PH = Pindar’s Homer, Nagy 1990a


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