The quotation in Plu., 458D9-11 (Περὶ ἀοργηϲίαϲ), allegedly from a Sophoclean tragedy, is most probably to be located in fr. 210, 8-9 R.2, a fragment from Sophocles’ lost **Εὐρύπυλοϲ. However, the exact position of the Plutarchean fragment in the Sophoclean papyrus is puzzling. This paper ofers a complete summary of the history of the Plutarchean fragment, and attempts to a relocation, considering both the aforementioned history and Plutarch’s style as a prose writer

Without Boast or Insult. When Plutarch Quotes Sophocles (Plu. 458d = S. fr. 210,8f. R.2)

Giulio Iovine
2019

Abstract

The quotation in Plu., 458D9-11 (Περὶ ἀοργηϲίαϲ), allegedly from a Sophoclean tragedy, is most probably to be located in fr. 210, 8-9 R.2, a fragment from Sophocles’ lost **Εὐρύπυλοϲ. However, the exact position of the Plutarchean fragment in the Sophoclean papyrus is puzzling. This paper ofers a complete summary of the history of the Plutarchean fragment, and attempts to a relocation, considering both the aforementioned history and Plutarch’s style as a prose writer
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