This paper discusses schol. Gen. Il. XXI 257-262 (V 183 E.), with a criticism of Homer by Duris (FGrHist 76 F 89). Once Nicole’s integration τό has been deleted or inserted in another point in the sentence, Duris’ criticism is not only clearer, but also consistent with Dion. Hal. Comp. verb. 16. Furthermore, the concept of mimesis in the scholion helps to elucidate the original meaning of Duris’ criticism of both Ephorus and Theopompus in Phot. Bibl. 176, 121a 41-121b 9 (FGrHist 76 F 1).
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