Ath., which also mentions a ocak[c/noA ds r v Socav-rwv] (Blass' restoration) in frag.
Blass (1888); see L.
Blass, Attische Beredsamkeit, iii.
Blass, Melanges Graux (Paris, 1884).
And notes), Weidner (1872), Blass (1896); Against Ctesiphon, Weidner (1872), (1878),G.A.and W.H.
Blass and W.
Sauppe, and C. Rehdantz (besides Blass, already mentioned).
See the edition by Blass, 1881; fragments in Muller, Oratores Attici, ii.
(1858); Vahlen, Der Rhetor Alkidamas (1864); Blass, Die attische Beredsamkeit.
Other noteworthy and interesting, though in the end probably less important, work has been done by Blass, Bousset, Schmidtke, Rendel Harris and Chase.
- In his various books on the Acts and third gospel Blass has propounded a new theory as to the " Western " text.
Afterwards he went to Rome and there revised the text of the Gospel and reissued it for the Church in that city; this is the Western (or, as Blass calls it, Roman) text of the Gospel.
Blass, Acta Apostolorum (GÃ¶ttingen, 1895; and an editio minor, with a valuable preface, Leipzig, 1896); Rendel Harris, Four Lectures on the Western Text (Cambridge, 1894); F.
2 (1907); the third, discovered in 1879, and attributed to Sappho by Blass, is re-edited in the Berlin.
Blass, Die Attische Beredsamkeit (2nd ed., 1887-1898); W.
In the recovery of a more real standard, we owe much to men like Mommsen, Ramsay, Blass and Harnack, trained amid other methods and traditions than those which had brought the constructive study of Acts almost to a deadlock.
For some time Rome and Antioch have been in favour; and Blass combined both views in his theory of two editions (see below, Text).
The attempts made at such a reconstruction, as by Blass (1895, 1897) and Hilgenfeld (1899), are quite arbitrary.
Blass, Die Interpolationen in der Odyssee (Leipzig, 1905).
Blass, Die Rhythmen der asianischen and rOmischen Kunstprosa (1905), PP. 43-53, 204-216, where, however, this feature is exaggerated into unreality.
Girard, E tudes sur la poesie grecque (1884); Kaibel in PaulyWissowa's Realencyclopddie, according to whom Epicharmus was a Siceliot; for the papyrus fragment, Blass in Jahrbiicher fur Philologie, cxxxix., 1889.
Blass in the Teubner series, 1881), which have come down under his name, is disputed.
Blass, Die attische Beredsanikeit, i.