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Tryphon De Tropis Author(s): M. L. West Source: The Classical Quarterly, New Series, Vol. 15, No. 2 (Nov.

, 1965), pp. 230-248 Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of The Classical Association Stable URL: . Accessed: 15/06/2013 03:59
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THEwork with which I am concerned is not the one that appears under the name of Tryphon in Rhetores viii. 726-60 Walz, iii. 191-206 Spengel, Graeci, but the one that appearsunder the name of Gregoryof Corinth,viii. 76 1-78 W. and iii. 215-26 Sp. What I now offer amounts to a makeshift edition. I call it makeshift,because I have not sought out and assessedall existing manuscripts of the work, or versed myself in Greek grammatical writing to the extent that a serious editor would have to do; I offer it because, whatever its deficiencies, it represents a more complete and a recensionally better founded text than those of the three existing editions, the most recent of which is now Io09years old. The nature andoriginof thework This is one of seven extant or partially extant Greek works r-Ept pdoroa or rrEpt rroL770KWV -VpdrrWov.The full list is: P. Wiirzburg 2 (U. Wilcken, Mitteilungenaus der Anon. i: Wiirzburger Papyrussammlung [Berlin 1934], Pp. 22-3I and P1. iii). viii. 726-60 W., iii. I91-206 Sp. Tryphon i: Anon. ii: 207-14 714-25 761-78 215-26 Tryphon ii = [Gregory]: Anon. iii: Fredrich-Wentzel, N.G.G., 1896, 337-40; partial text in viii. 779-8I W., iii. 227-9 Sp. Cocondrius: 782-98 230-43 [Choeroboscus]: 799-820 244-56 Cf. also [Plutarch], vit. Hom. ii, 15-26 (vii. 344-50 Bern.). In what follows I shall refer to these works (except Anon. i and iii) by the page and line in Spengel; to Anon. iii by page and line in Fredrich-Wentzel. Besides these, there exist four similar works in Latin: Charisius Arsgrammatica, pp. 358-65 Barwick (= i. 272-7 Keil) Diomedes i. 456-64 Keil ,, iv. 399-402 K. Donatus ,, Sacerdos vi. 460-70 K. ,, Although published with the Rhetores, these works properly belong to grammatical, not rhetorical, literature.' They are not didactic, they simply record linguistic facts and (not always happily) classify them. They make no attempt at being works of literature; they are not treatises, but dictionaries. Each begins with a preface on the concept of a trope, and an index of tropes. The rest of the book then consistsof a brief account of each trope, in the same order as in the index: a verbal definition, followed by one or two examples 'J. Stroux ap. Wilcken, p. 23. The men by whom they were written, or to whom they were attributed, are indeed normally
classed as grammarians: Tryphon, Choeroboscus, Gregory of Corinth. Nothing is known about Cocondrius.

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from literature. There is normally no syntactical connexion between the entries.I This pattern is ancient. The Wiirzburg papyrus, dated to the second century antequem, and there is no reason why it should not go back A.D.,gives a terminus to, say, the first century B.c. Cf. Stroux, loc. cit.: the Latin works 'fiihren die ungefihr gleichgemeinsam auf eine frtih-kaiserzeitlicheQuelle zuriAck, zeitig mit dem echten Tryphon anzusetzen ist, und die ihrerseits schon VorZeit hatte. Das Systemund die Terminologie liufer in r6misch-republikanischer dass die Abschnitte de bei den lateinischen Grammatikernauf die zeigen, tropis gleiche griechisch-grammatischeTheorie zurtickgehen, wie die bei Spengel gesammelten griechischen Traktate. Die Abweichungen wieder beweisen, dass sich beide Zweige frfihzeitig trennten und der lateinische seinen eigenen .berlieferungsweg fand'. The ascriptions of the extant works are of doubtful authority. It is evident that few if any of them are original compositions, but rather revisions and rearrangements of traditional material; and a celebrated grammarian's name might easily find itself attached to a summary (or prolix) Byzantine text of which his own work was a distant ancestor. The historyof scholia gives a warning example of how a grammatical text may suffer in transmission. The work with which we are principally concerned is ascribed to Tryphon in the manuscriptsknown to me; that is to say, to an Alexandrian contemporary of Didymus to whom a work rmpt is in fact ascribed in the Suda (iv. 7rpdrrwv 602. 2 Adler). Walz, followed by Spengel, printed it under the name of Gregory of Corinth, because (a) there is another work rEpt 'rpodrrov bearing the name of Tryphon, and (b) Leo Allatius, Diatribade Georgiis, p. 416, claimed to have found in a Vatican manuscript a work with the same opening sentence, under Gregory'sname.z That Gregory cannot have composed it was proved by C. E. Finckh,3and finally by Maas's recognition of it in P. Vind.29332,4which is probably of the fourth century, some six or seven centuries earlier than Gregory.s The editor of the papyrus was not unnaturally led to consider the possibility that the work does after all ultimately derive from Tryphon. 'Ultimately' is obviously a necessary qualification, and even then no certainty is possible. But one must presume that Tryphon did write a work on tropes, and there is no particular reason why this should not be it or a form of it, in other words, why we should wholly reject the ascription in the known manuscripts. I refer to it as Tryphon ii to distinguish it from the other rrEpt bearing Tryphon's name. rpdopwv The relationship ii to Tryphon i and [Choeroboscus] of Tryphon Within the tropographic corpus, certain works are much more closely interrelated than others. Anon. iii is related to Cocondrius; one can almost
I In general these characteristics, as well as a certain amount of material, are shared by the works rTEp't aX-i&wroyv. 'scheint auf einem Irr2 Allatius' report tum zu beruhen' (C. Wendel, R.-E. vii A 730). I suppose this means that Wendel could not find the work in the Vatican catalogues; but that does not prove much. Allatius must at any rate have found it in

a manuscript somewhere, for it was not printed until 162 years after his death. 3 Zeitschr. f. Altert. 1838, 1053 ; Philologus xxv (1867), 347. aus d. Papyrus* H. Oellacher, Mitteilungen sammlungder Nationalbibl. in Wien iii (1939),
pp. 59-6 I. Neugr. Jb. ii (1921),

s On Gregory's date see P. Maas, Byz.53-55-

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treat them as different recensionsof the same work. In the same way, Tryphon ii is related both to Tryphon i and to [Choeroboscus]. In Tryphon ii, the examples, except for a few relating to the usages of single words, are all taken from classical poetry: the majority from Homer, others from [Hesiod] K4vKog yoalos, Simonides' epigrams, a lost tragedy, and Callimachus'lIambi. The choice gives an indication of the work'sbasic antiquity. [Choeroboscus]representsa version in which many of these classical examples have been replaced or supplementedby Biblical ones.' The author has omitted the initial distinction, drawn in both Tryphons, between KvpLoAoyia and rpdnros. The first seven of his tropes are the same as those of Tryphon ii, and in the
same order, but after that the order is more confused; he leaves out aapKaato'Ls, dapipfloAla, Tav,gas, while adding 7rE7roL'vE'Vov, EiravAArjts, 7rrapaaU-rEcalzo', Against the authorship of PoA7j", dv7rarr8oa's, rrpouaorro7roda,and rrapdSEypeta.

Choeroboscus are (I) the christianization, which is not characteristic of the grammarian's other writings; (2) the style, indeed the whole unambitious conception, which lack the 'geschwitzige Weitschweifigkeit'of Choeroboscus;z

(3) the reference to d MEraqpaur~g at p. 251. 19; if this is Symeon Metaphrastes, the author is not earlier than the tenth century, and Choeroboscusis probably to be put in the sixth (though admittedly the only certain terminus ante quem for him is in the tenth) ;3 (4) the inclusion ofa 7Xta as a trope, before 6a5-EpoAoyta (255. Io), seems to be secondary to what we find in Tryphon ii. There, aXfaLa comes after 6arEpoAoyla, at the end of the whole work. In one branch of the

On thispartof the tradition of uaXa in the initialindexin partof the tradition. and 'Choeroboscus' is that the branches of tradithe ii, Tryphon dependent;4 tion wereseparate as earlyas the sixthcentury doesnotseemto me the likeliest of this fact.s explanation Tryphoni, like Tryphonii, does not admit Christian examples,and has in fact more classicalexamples:from variousriddles,from Hesiod (Erga), Sappho, the Delphic Oracle, Pindar, Aeschylus (Agamemnon), Sophocles and an unidentified and Orestes), (Peleus play), Euripides(Medea Diphilus, But in spite of this apparent Menander,Callimachus independence, (Iambi). of the two worksrevealsa basic identityin the definitions and comparison and to two seem branches,already separatein examples, they represent a of that both bearthe nameof tradition. When we consider antiquity, single the possibility arises thathe wasthe source of thattradition. Tryphon, Tryphon some ancientfeaturesmore faithfully than the other. i and ii each preserve
A good parallel for this relationshipis provided by Anon. rTEpL iii. oaX~y71zdrwo, 174-88 Sp., in comparisonwith Zonaeus, ibid., pp. 161-70o. 2 The phrase is Cohn's,R.-E. iii. 2364. iv. 2 Graeci, 3 Cf. A. Hilgard, Grammatici (1894), praef. pp. lxiii-lxviii; K. Krumd. byz. Litt.2,p. 583; Maas, bacher, Gesch. Byz. Zeitschr.xxv (0925), 359. A. Ludwich, De loanne Philopono grammatico (Progr. ' Konigsberg, I888), p. 9, argued that Mcra pauar-g Thrax, might be Demosthenes the paraphrastof Homer and Hesiod; but cf. Hilgard,p. lxxxix. 4 Cf. the apparatusat Try. ii, 217. 3 = cap. 2. 6. s The authenticity of the section axijya is further disproved by the non-classical example d KP 'IAtO 'V 0 OCEO VVwy ,'aE7O

tradition, moreover, the section is omitted, in another it is at the beginning of the work, and in both, aX-pa is absent from the initial list of tropes. Evidently it does not belong to the De Tropis:it is the beginning of a separate work rrept which has become attached to Tryphon ii at a date later than the aXr-pd-wov causing the interpolationof the words Kat archetypeof our manuscripts,

dyae0ds Eon.

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We can see this in the distribution of the ancient examples between them, and in the choice and arrangement of the tropes: rather than elaborate on this here, I refer to (Stroux-)Wilcken's commentary on Anon. i. Notes on themanuscripts Graecaiii (1831), Tryphon ii was first published by Boissonade, Anecdota pp. 270-87, from the Parisini gr. 2551 and 2929, with some acute textual suggestions. Two years later, Cramer published three excerpts from Bodl. Museumii [1833], 432-4). Two years after that, Barocc. 76 (The Philological Walz edited the work in volume viii of his Rhetores Graeci, using Par. gr. 2008 in addition to the two manuscripts used by Boissonade and the excerpts published by Cramer. Spengel's edition of 1856 was based on Walz. The existing editions are, therefore, based on four manuscripts-or rather three and a bitnone of which is earlier than the sixteenth century. I have collated the Leidensis Vossianus Gr. Q 20 (f. 263v-265r), of the thirteenth century; the Matritensis 7211 (f. 86-9, r), written by Constantine Lascaris; and the Baroccianusin full. e. Besides the manuscripts containing the whole work, we must make use of the excerpts published by Hilgard in the midst of a somewhat indiscriminate Gr. volume entitled Scholiain Dionysii Thracis ArtemGrammaticam (= Gramm. i 3, Leipzig, 1901). I call them e. They extend from p. 456. 17 to p. 462. 35They are found in two manuscripts, Brit. Mus. Add. 5118 and Matr. 4613; in the latter, they are mixed up with excerpts from Anon. iii (which Hilgard mistook for a paraphraseof Cocondrius). Both must be used in reconstructing the excerptor's text, as Hilgard shows (praef. pp. xxxv-xxxvi). The excerpts give the correct text, against the rest of the MSS. known to me, in four places: E V 217. 3 El 841wov p1 fpEV q'pEal wq(vas. So Homer; E'M 7Tva K KEdVOS Uj-Tv the manuscripts. 6qalv'vE t--v 8E" AELS7 v 218. 27 dvaarpooq' OaL go &avot'aS 7TP077YEr uqatVo1EtgEvEuHere of is proved right, against E'Xovaav E'Xovaa E'Xovra SEvrTEpav -raev. manuscripts and editions, by the sense as well as by Try. i, 197. 11 and Coc. 239- 3The manuscripts omit bpcuts. 220. 16 wrEpL`0paacl EEatL dpdai . .. 8Aho-a0a.

L. The Leidensis (L) is another important witness to the text, as its relative age would lead us to expect. It is the only manuscriptto give a full and correct text of 218. 8 ff. and 221. 10 (see ad locc.), and it has other good readings in common with e or with Barocc. 76; most notable of these are two major is followed divergencesfrom the editions, p. 222, where the section on &dv-rqpacs
by one on E'vavr-lwaY, and p. 224, where the whole section rapdeKauLs, with

is absolutely standard in these definiBut bpoasgor AE'gs or pu'pos AOyov cf. tions. For qOpciasg here, Try. i, 197- 4, Coc. 238. 4, [Choer.] 251. 9I ~ c181 KOLVCWS s E'on 7irapaAapLqpcCnpS...7d i-T -Epc) 7irpaXOEv 224. 5 &AAtih MSS. fdvovaa. 1a ;'IKOtVWS

is omitted. Both of these the last three lines of the preceding section Jpte oila, divergences agree with the index of tropes, 215. 14-20, which includes dvav'l-wcS and omits "rapK/Iaa3Ls. m = MP. Matr. 72II (M) and Par. 2551 (P) are copied from a single hyparchetype which may be called m. For the most part the text given by m resembles that of L, but contains rather more errors and omissions. It was not

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derived from L itself, however, as certain individual errors of L show: 216. 2 seem to have been copied from a book in which alternative versions of two sections were added in a margin. Thus in m we have, as in the printed editions, two alternative accounts of dv-rl'paans side by side, linked by '4 (222. 20-22, 23-29). In L, the second version precedes the first, and the connecting " is absent. (In Barocc. and in the London MS. of the excerpts, the second version is absent; while the Madrid MS. of the excerpts has both versions, in the same order as in m, but without the connecting -q.)Similarly in the section dvrovoomitted in L, the second in Barocc. and Lond. Par. 2929, copied by Constantine Palaeocappa,' is an apograph of P, so far as I can judge from Boissonade'sapparatus. Its divergent readings (which have all become canonical) can be explained as conjectures:
LM .CJ1 223. 27 'rr"E3OKEt7 "ItLOS 7T7EEX OatYa 3OKEt om. P: (.'.m)": Par. 2929. "IAto rETEXlturat 225. 2 aadrp ETEt SaroS,gv rEEtca7)S Ee EpOv Evro Lm: ava2apE2TEt8' ao701
E pOv EV70Par. 2929. -LEV KvKdGY7r)5

219. 8 a'o Aar', 223. 8 and Io auaauv'wv.L and m 8vvavrat, 217. 18 EPovoXEt,

ptaada (223. 2-13): two versions side by side in m and Matr. 4613, the first

B, b. Barocc. 76 (B) and Par. 2008 are copied from another hyparchetype which may be called b. b has the right or more nearly right reading against eLm in the following places: 216. 7 215. 14 215. 18 '4yovvXAEv7) om., 216. 5 LapyoivraSLr7rovS,

Par. 2929. E tL 225. 6 EKKEKdOQat LM:. EKKOdGOat P: EA. om. P: t 225. 27 lE'Epdv 8 SEt 7rp rov Aytw -rS rd7f LM: d'peo r-f oqav Par. 2929. I 226. 8 TraVES EAEovaLV 8Ov dayaOoe ar M (and presumably m): wVVawg7 P: and for uLuo-utv, iAbthrro5 'Iwdvvq)s, perhaps for some personal 4.Loefhv Par. 2929. reason, The Vatican manuscript from which Allatius cites 215. 3-4 agrees with Par. for Et"S). 2929 in the corruption 78,7)


Par. 2929. 3 otovoa Lm: Katoa3

The same applies to B in some places where Walz does not give the reading of the Parisinus:
221. 215. 6 rte (that is, -rS corrected to -r), 220. 27 AEAdflaqE AEAcdxovaL, 224. 17 E LAnOLEV 224. 20 a'&. KapTrrv, EJVW"EoV' In where Lm have B omitted7rVa, severalwordsand e is


221. 26 OEOV, 224. 30 zrapd; and with e against Lm, as 219. 6 "OrXE e, ELX?'7 B, 222. 22 KaAov'OEV, 224. 20 (?) \AAa, 225. 8 7rpdOElv. b must therefore be

223. 23, absent, gives like the correcttext; while at 225. 2, whereagain e is absent,B's something is closerto the (presumably) correct than is rEOE1da`7 of Lm. 0&ct)s Eitc But in other places,b (or B) shareserrors with Lm againste (as in the of e); with m against (e)L, as examplesadducedfor the indispensability

treated as contaminated, but indispensable because one of its sources is independent of eLm. Our conclusions about the transmission may be summed up in the accompanying stemma.2
I The compiler of the Violarium of 'Eudocia'. 2 The work is also contained on ff. 182-6

of Atheniensis 1083 (s. xvi), which I have not investigated.

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In constituting a text, I have used principally LmB, and e and the Vienna papyrus (fH) where available. B becomes b where Walz reports the readings of Par. 2008. I have relied on Boissonade and Walz for the readings of P, and on Hilgard for those of e; those of ILMB are from my own collations (from photographs in the case offl, from microfilmsin the case of LM).
(Q) Tryphon

'Tryphoni' ' Tryphon i' P. Vind.

Cocondrius Anon.iii

[Choeroboscus] L

Matr. 4613 B.M.Add 5118

P M (Lascaris) B


Par.2929 (Palaeocappa)

The text profits considerablyfrom the use of better manuscripts; but there remains not a little scope for emendation. Walz and Spengel were extraordinarily negligent in the use of the parallel texts to correct this one (and vice versa), and unduly content to print nonsense; of the twelve pages of Spengel's text, only two make continuous sense from top to bottom. We shall find that the remedy that is most often effective is the assumption of a lacuna. The frequency of omissionsis evident from comparisonof the manuscriptswith one another, with II, and with the parallel texts. I number the sections for easier reference. I print section headings, as do Walz and Spengel, they are not in the late manuscripts, but they were in II, and they are convenient. In the critical commentary I use compendia for two articles by C. E. Finckh: Finckh' = Philologus xxiv (1866), 545-9. Finckhz = Philologus xxv (1867), 347-8.

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Titulus: rpv'dOwvos B, Tro avoiO m, (T)oi 7rpdowvos 7rfEpl -rporrwv rpdrrwv ypatLa7t-Ko rr'EpL L (praecedit 'Trypho' ffrrept' rEpt r7pdorwov 7raOGv) gua Kal om. b Praefatio I. roD ydp Adyov e in suo contextu aX &3o addidi eL: rErvXvia L corr., mb ovv om. Lm: cf. Try. i, 191. 6, Anon. iii, 340o.2 7ErvXVa Hom. 634-7: versus 9T 7rlb-HoAh'6wpov rt scripsi: rtc B: rS cett. rrpoau potro B e Finckh2 347, cl. Anon. 1. deest om. e i. e explevi, cl. Try. 191. 8-I A~r den eLmb iii, 337. I, Coc. 230. 4-5: A'6EWs % ' Lmb: e oL 7 Praefatio 2. rpdo'rot e (cod. Lond.: dwrravrrs rolqTLKOl rp?7Tro rrTot-qrKOt irpo'noL cod. Matr. Anon. EuKodalEb: EIKOO ex post excerptum d raptO/IqOatELLw iii) abv 70roL ' LmB deest in b 9yovv XAEV77 KalaX'ftjadeest irr-d L: K em dvrwvo~aat'a in eb KvpiwS addidi (desideravit Stroux p. 29 adn. 6); cf. Try. i, 193. 9, I. jupvi-ot b ov rpordov7rapaKaAAqtuccx Coc. 234. 28, etiam Tiber. rr. P. 70. 3 3vvavratL aXlt e Call. fr. 195. 23-29, ex quo verba aliquot supplevi ut sensus Lmb: Ka~AAt'~aXo constet os eLmB: J-IePar. 2008: e'7' [Choer.] 245. 6: SE-ropap. Callimachi, unde 67rEp ' b Se eLm [Choer.] pap.: ivrEKavaao~ dvCKavaas rv- Pfeiffer (Se rdv- iam prius Meineke) ows oz supplevi ex [Choer.]: aXP's oi Callim. rroAA-... KEXp-qKE(v) cAoyl [Choer.] fere codd. nostri (K'xPIlqjII B, KEiXP'r7ra ... KEXP77KE et Callim.: woAA'V OAOdya (om. rrpo'aw)
Matr. 4613) codd. 6pdLov Callim., [Choer.]: tapyLvYas Gpdov b: eLm Callim., [Choer.]: LrGI-KUvflawrroov i'rrTovS tapyoivras rTrrovS tapyo0vrS rMay habet [Choer.], itaque et noster olim habuit rEpt add. 8Evrip-qv Callim. ( dErrv c b: &n-1 eLm EK A9WS Walz, cl. cod. Par. 2087 (= [Choer.]) B: iK jAWv eLm: AoiV Spengel dE1TEV,&d -7i dAArlyopias ex. gr. supplevi; cf. [Choer.] loc. cit. KKE 0 if Par.
00oo8 et dAA' GorrEp altodLEvo 7jMyE Par. 00oo8 EL7TEVY EfloVAEro, dAArlyopl4 EIXpjOa7o qAEyE eLm: qhAAE B:

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