The Curious Animals of the Hercynian Forest

Walter Woodburn Hyde
The Classical Journal
Vol. 13, No. 4 (Jan., 1918), pp. 231-245
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[Footnotes]
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    Pomponius Mela (De Chorographia iii. 3)
  • 2
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • Hercynia silvia by Caesar (loc. cit.)
    • Tacitus Germania 28
    • Her- cynius saltus by Pliny Historia Naturalis iv. 25 and x. 67
    • Tacitus op. cit. 30
    • Livy v. 34
    • Hercynium jugum by Pliny op. cit. iv. 28
    • Hercynia by Tacitus Annales ii. 45
    • Opn 'Apidvpa by Aristotle Meteorol. i. 13. 20
    • 'OpK6JvPos pvbu's by Ptolemy Geogr. ii. Ii. 5
    • 'EpK6VOS pvb6s by Strabo Geogr. vii. I. 3, 5, etc
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • iv. 6. 9; vii. I. 3, 5
    • Drusus (12-9 B.c.)
    • Germanicus (N4-13 A.D.)
    • Rome, 17-23 A.D
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Pliny (H.N. iv. 25)
    • Germania 28
    • B.G. i. 5
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Dionysius Periegetes 286
    • Diodorus v. 21
    • Seneca Medea 712
    • Apollonius Rhodius Argonautica iv. 640
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    Summus auctor, Germania 28.
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    Vita Julii 10, 56.
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    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Jahresberichte des philologischen Vereins zu Berlin (1910), pp. 26-29
    • Klotz, Ciisarstudien, pp. 50-54
    • patet, chap. 25
    • sicut palmae (26. 1)
    • summo (26. 2)
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    • Lucretius De rerum natura v. 1302, 1339
    • Silius Italicus Punica ix. 573
    • Ausonius Epistolae 15, 12-14
    • Pliny H.N. viii. 6
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    • Pausanias ix. 21. 2
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    • Pliny (ix. 78)
    • Ovid (Halieutica 94)
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    • De partibus animalium, iii. 2. 8
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    • Num. 23: 22
    • Deut., 33:17
    • Job 39:9-10.
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    • Originum etymologiarum libri XX, xii. 2. 12
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Pliny H.N. viii. 16
    • Aristotle Hist. Animal. ix. 45
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    Georg. iii. 532
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