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Veremans, J. “L’asclépiade mineur chez Horace, Sénèque, Terentianus Maurus, Prudence, Martianus Capella et Luxorius.” Latomus 35 (1976): 2–42.

Dramatic verse

Fortson, Benjamin. Language and Rhythm in Plautus: Synchronic and Diachronic Studies . Sozomena: Studies in the Recovery of Ancient Texts 3. Berlin. 2008.

Gratwick, A. S. “Excursus on the Nature and Art of Latin Quantitative Verse” [in “The Origins of Roman Drama”]. Pp. 86–93 of the C ambridge History of Classical Literature , vol. 2: Latin Literature , ed. E. J. Kenney. Cambridge. 1982. 

Gratwick. A. S. “Scanning and Reading Plautus’ Verse”. Pp. 40–63 of Plautus, Menaechmi , ed. A. S. Gratwick. Cambridge. 1993. 

Questa, Cesare. La metrica di Plauto e di Terenzio . Urbino. 2007. (Also covers prosody.)

Soubiran, Jean. Essai sur la versification dramatique des Romains: Sénaire iambique et septénaire trochaïque . Paris. 1988.

Saturnian verse

Blänsdorf, Jürgen. “Metrum und Stil als Indizien für vorliterarischen Gebrauch des Saturniers.” Pp. 41–69 in Studien zur vorliterarischen Periode im frühen Rom , ed. Gregor Vogt-Spira. Tübingen. 1989.

Cole, Thomas. “The Saturnian Verse.” Yale Classical Studies 21 (1969): 3–73. 

Kloss, Gerrit. “Zum Problem des römischen Saturniers.” Glotta 71 (1993): 81–107.

Luiselli, Bruno. Il verso saturnio . Studi di metrica classica 3. Rome. 1967. 

Parsons, J. “A New Approach to the Saturnian Verse and its Relation to Latin Prosody.” Transactions of the American Philological Association 129 (1999): 117-37.

Timpanaro, Sebastiano. “Saggio introduttivo.” Pp. 7–80 of Giorgio Pasquali, Preistoria della poesia romana . Florence. 1981. 

Waszink, J. H. “Zum Anfangsstadium der römischen Literatur.” ANRW 1.2 (1972): 869-927 [875–85].

West, M. L. “Indo-European Metre.” Glotta 51 (1973): 161–187 [175–9]. 

Post-classical latin

IJsewijn, Jozef with Dirk Sacré, Companion to Neo-Latin Studies , Part II: Literary, Linguistic, Philological and Editorial Questions , 2nd edn (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1998), pp. 423–433.

Klopsch, Paul. Einführung in die mittellateinische Verslehre . Darmstadt. 1972.

Leonhardt, Jürgen.  Dimensio Syllabarum. Studien zur lateinischen Prosodie- und Verslehre von der Spätantike bis zur frühen Renaissance . Göttingen. 1989.

Leonhardt, Jürgen. “Classical Metrics in Medieval and Renaissance Poetry: Some Practical Considerations.” Classica et Mediaevalia 47 (1996): 305–323.

Norberg, Dag. Les vers latins iambiques et trochaïques au Moyen Age et leurs répliques rythmiques . Stockholm. 1988. 

Norberg, Dag. Introduction à l’étude de la versification médiévale . Stockholm. 1958. (English translation: 2004.)

History of metrical scholarship

Collectanea Grammatica Latina . Hildesheim. 2001–.

Keil, H. Grammatici latini . Leipzig. 1855–1880. 

Morelli, Giuseppe. Nomenclator metricus graecus et latinus . Hildesheim. 2006–. 

Luque Moreno, J. et al. Scriptores latini de re metrica : Concordantiae, Indices . Granada. 1987–. (See also Luque Moreno’s books on Latin metrics, informed by an extensive knowledge of ancient metrical scholarship.)

Bibliography

Harsh, P. W. “Early Latin Metre and Prosody 1904–1955.” Lustrum 3 (1958): 215-250. 

Getty, R. J. “Classical Latin Metre and Prosody 1935–1962.” Lustrum 8 (1963): 104-160. 

Ceccarelli, Lucio. “Prosodia e metrica latina arcaica 1956–1990.” Lustrum 33 (1991): 227-400.

Cupaiuolo, Fabio. Bibliografia della metrica latina . Naples. 1995.

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