adespota

adespota

(əˈdɛspətə)
pl n
anonymous works of poetry
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fragments currently reside in the adespota. Bowra (1958) argues that
3, Philonicus to Xenophon, Adespota. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2011.
No obstante, en el presente estudio se asocia tambien con Hemilucilia semidiaphana, Paralucilia adespota y P.
"Fragmenta." Poetae melici Graeci: Alcmanis, Stesichori, Ibyci, Anacreontis, Simonidis, Corinnae, poetarum minorum reliquias, carmina popularia et convivialia quaeque adespota feruntur.
xlvii that KV excludes adespota) show just how much more extensive, and how diverse the body of patristic writing in the second to the seventh centuries actually was: the anonymous Easter Festal Letters KV 80-81 and the Alexandrian World-chronicle (KV 1, surviving in two papyrus exemplars), suggest that our textual attestation for such works is more extensive than might have been expected.
1149b16--we may just have a two-word fragment-we have some reason to rescue the fragment from the adespota.
We can now look forward to volumes II (Anacreon, Simonides, Corinna), III (Poetae Minores et Adespota), and IV (Sappho and Alcaeus).
"Whenever there is drinking, bring us an auletris" ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Adespota comica, fr.