The Classical Quarterly (New Series)

Shorter Notes

The lark ascending: Corydon, Corydon (Vergil, Ecl. 7.70)

S. J. Harrisona1

a1 Corpus Christi College, Oxford

At the end of the singing contest of Thyrsis and Corydon in the seventh Eclogue, the narrator Meliboeus summarizes its result in the poem's last lines (69–70):

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