Dochmius

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Dochmius[1] (Graece δόχμιος < δοχμός 'obliquus'[2]) est metrum poeticum, quod proprie in tragoedia Graeca adhibetur ad exprimendam commotionem vel miseriam extremam. Sunt exempla in fabulis satyricis ludisque Aristophaneis, quae quidem saepe paratragica et concitata sunt.[3] Principale schema metricum dochmii est

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quamquam quaelibet syllabae longae resolvi possunt, et pro utraque duarum brevium longa substitui potest.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Cic., Or. 64 fin.; Quint., Inst. 9.4.79.
  2. Frisk 1960: 413.
  3. West 1982: 108-109-

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Dale, A.M. (1983) Metrical analyses of tragic choruses, III: Dochmiac-Iambic-Dactylic-Ionic. Institute of Classical Studies, University of London.
  • Fries, Almut (2016) The dochmiac in ancient metrical scholarship. Graecolatina et Orientalia 37-38: 21-36.
  • Frisk, Hjalmar (1960) Griechisches etymologisches Wörterbuch, I. Carl Winter.
  • Mariño Sánchez-Elvira, Rosa María (1996) Hipodocmios no docmíacos en la tragedia griega? Cuadernos de Filología Clásica 6: 171-182.
  • Stinton, T. C. W. (1965) Two rare verse-forms. Classical Review 15: 142-146.
  • West, Martin (1982) Greek Metre. Oxford University Press.