González, José M. 2013. The Epic Rhapsode and His Craft: Homeric Performance in a Diachronic Perspective. Hellenic Studies Series 47. Washington, DC: Center for Hellenic Studies. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_GonzalezJ.The_Epic_Rhapsode_and_his_Craft.2013.
12. The Performance of Homer after Ⅳ BC
12.1 The Τεχνῖται of Dionysos
12.2 The Τεχνῖται and Specialization
12.3 Rhapsodes in the Inscriptional Record
12.3.1 Prosopography of rhapsodes
PA = I. Kirchner Prosopographia Attica
PAA = J. S. Traill Persons of Ancient Athens
Reisch = A. Reisch De musicis graecorum certaminibus
Steph. = Stephanēs Διονυσιακοὶ Τεχνῖται
For dates, Roman numerals refer to the century (BC unless otherwise noted); an additional Arabic numeral refers to the quarter of the century in question. Thus, for example, Ⅲ.3 would be the third quarter of the 3rd century BC (250–225 BC).  The identifications that follow Stephanēs’s numbers appear in parentheses when they are inferred from the evidence; and italicized if the inference is less than certain (otherwise, straight font is used).  An appended question mark indicates a very high degree of uncertainty.
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