H.D. Jocelyn, review of Edward Courtney, The Fragmentary Latin Poets
(Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993), in Hermathena
, No. 159 (Winter 1995) 53-77
We may further regret not being
told anything at all about ocular diseases, curative springs (pp.
182-3), Roman debt-collecting (p. 193), the general practice of
attributing a vice to a whole community (p. 194), the prophetic
mind (p. 205), Pompey's sexual proclivities (p. 210), sexually
transmitted diseases (pp. 282-3), the smell of the billy-goat (p.
303), the buggery of the young bride (p. 313), ideas linking the
marrow, sweat and semen (p. 421), premature baldness