Wednesday, January 11, 2006
I don't have access to the article, but the title puzzles me. Imitatio Homeris is evidently supposed to be a Latin phrase meaning imitation of Homer. But Homer in Latin is Homerus, and the genitive is Homeri, not Homeris. Am I missing something?
Update: This was a lapsus calami by Hypotyposeis, who reminds us that even Homer nods.