Junius Philargyrius

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Junius Philargyrius (Philargirius, Filargirius) was an early commentator on the Bucolica and Georgica of Vergil, dedicated to a certain Valentinianus. He was a member of the Junia gens, active in Milan.

The commentary is preserved in two recensions: one is found in the Berne scholia (ed. H. Hagen, Jahrbuch für classische Philologie Suppl. 4.5 Leipzig, 1867). The other contains Explan. 1 and 2 on the Buc., and the Brevis expositi on the Georg. (ed. Thilo and Hagen 1881).[1]

The text is later than the first quarter of the 5th century, but there is no certain terminus ante quem, and dates in the 6th or 7th century are possible.

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References[edit]

  • G. Funaioli, L'esegesi virgiliana di Giunio Filargirio e di Tito Gallo, SIFC NS 1, 1920, 184-296.
  • G. Funaioli, Esegesi Virgiliana Antica. Prolegomeni alla edizione del Commento di Giunio Filargirio e di Tito Gallo Milan: Società editrice ‘Vita e Pensiero,’ 1930.
  • Karl Barwick, De Ivnio Filargirio Vergilii interprete, 1908.
  • Joan J. Brewer, An analysis of the Berne scholia and their relation to Philargyrius, the Servian commentaries and other exegesis of Virgil's Eclogues, Diss. Univ. of Virginia Charlottesville, 1973.
  • Robert A. Kaster, Guardians of Language: The Grammarian and Society in Late Antiquity, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997, p. 284f.[2]

External links[edit]

  • Gino Funaioli (1915). "Scolii Filargiriani" (PDF). Rheinisches Museum of Philology (in Italian). Florence - Bonn. p. 56. Retrieved 2 August 2011.