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Classical Quarterly 31 (ii) 371-374 (1981) Printed in Great Britain CINNA, CALVUS, AND THE CIRIS Among other things, R. O. A. M. Lyne's recent edition and commentary of the Ciris (Cambridge, 1978) has established the general method of composition followed by this pseudo-neoteric poet: he demonstrably lifted wholesale and applied to his own poem words, phrases, lines, and even entire sequences from the works of the neoterics and the poets of the following generation.' Accordingly, one of thedoi:10.1017/s000983880000968x fatcat:qom6xwvw6vbwvbx53hic56umam