Marina Coray’s commentary on Iliad 19, originally published in German in 2009, is part of the ongoing Basel commentary series on Homer’s Iliad, edited by Anton Bierl and Joachim Latacz. So far thirteen volumes of the series have been published in German, and five in English translation. Coray’s commentary is a work of great erudition and will be an indispensable resource for scholars of Homer. Here I focus on the utility of this slightly revised new English edition for anglophone readers at various levels, and consider how this commentary relates to and supplements Mark W. Edwards’ outstanding commentary on Iliad 17-20, which is Volume V (1991) of the Cambridge series edited by G. S. Kirk, and represents the current English-language scholarly standard. (excerpt)
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Lesser, Rachel. "Marina Coray, Homer's Iliad: The Basel Commentary, Book XIX. (Translated by Benjamin W. Millis and Sara Strack and edited by S. Douglas Olson)." Bryn Mawr Classical Review, April 25, 2017. http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2017/2017-04-25.html
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