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Stieber, M. 2011. Euripides and the Language of Craft (Mnemosyne Supplements, 327). Leiden/Boston: Brill. xxvi, 494 p. €162.00. ISBN 9789004189065.

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Stieber, M. 2011. Euripides and the Language of Craft (Mnemosyne Supplements, 327). Leiden/Boston: Brill. xxvi, 494 p. €162.00. ISBN 9789004189065., Page 1 of 1

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1. FN11) Exemplified most recently by Taplin, O. 2007. Pots and Plays: Interactions between Tragedy and Greek Vase-Painting of the Fourth Century B.C. (Los Angeles, CA).
2. FN22) Even Stieber occasionally appears to get lost in the intricacy of her argument: in one very extensive discussion at 41-8, for example, she speculates that Euripides’ use of the adjective εὐστύλων at IT 129 may have been influenced by a meeting with the purported inventor of the Corinthian order of columns, Callimachus—a meeting which she elsewhere points out could only have occurred sometime between 408 and Euripides’ death (but IT is normally dated to ca. 413).
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