The review-article summarises and illustrates Katharina Pohl’s recent edition of the epyllion De raptu Helenae by Dracontius, examining in depth some of its aspects (such as material features of the manuscript N, its copyists, the two draftings of the poem Medea, Tristanus Calchus’ witness, the constitutio textus of various passages) and highlighting the differences between Pohl’s textual choices and Zwierlein’s textual criticism on the same poem. New corrections and original contributions are proposed about vv. 13; 29-30; 84; 93-94; 102; 175; 246-247; 350- 354; 370; 414; 459-461; 476-479; 481-484; 555.
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