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Duris Samius (Graece Δοῦρις ὁ Σάμιος), saeculo IV a.C.n. natus in insula Samo Graeciae, fuit rerum gestarum scriptor, tyrannus Sami, et frater Lyncei.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Historiae (vel Macedonica sive Hellenica; 33 fragmenta)
  • De Agathocle (vel Libyca; 13 fragmenta)
  • Annales Sami (22 fragmenta)
  • De legibus (2 fragmenta)
  • De ludis (4 fragmenta)
  • De tragoedia (et fortasse De Euripide et Sophocle; 2 fragmenta)
  • De pictoribus (2 fragmenta)
  • De sculptura (1 fragmentum)

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Critica et historica[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • J. P. Barron, "The Tyranny of Duris of Samos" in Classical Review n.s. vol. 12 (1962) pp. 189-192.
  • C. O. Brink, "Tragic History and Aristotle's School" in Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society vol. 186 (1960) pp. 14-19.
  • A. Dalby, "The Curriculum Vitae of Duris of Samos" in Classical quarterly n.s. vol. 41 (1991) pp. 539-541.
  • R. B. Kebric, In the Shadow of Macedon: Duris of Samos. Wiesbaden, 1977.
  • R. B. Kebric, "A Note on Duris in Athens" in Classical Philology vol. 69 (1974) pp. 286-287.
  • F. Landucci Gattinoni, Duride di Samo. Roma, 1997.
  • L. Okin, "A Hellenistic Historian Looks at Mythology" in Panhellenica (Lawrence, Kansas, 1980).
  • P. Pédech, Trois historiens méconnus: Théopompe, Duris, Phylarque. Paris, 1989.
  • E. Schwartz, "Duris (3)" in Paulys Real-Enzyklopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft edd. G. Wissowa et alii (Stuttgart, 1893-1972 ~ ~) vol. 5 pt 2 cols 1853-1856.
  • F. W. Walbank, "History and Tragedy" in Historia vol. 9 (1960) pp. 216-234.

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