Reizianum (also Reizianus ) is in the Verslehre a Greek Kurzvers which a acephalous 2. pherecratean corresponds. The metric scheme is therefore:
◡ —◡◡— ◡
He was named in honor of his teacher Friedrich Wolfgang Reiz by Gottfried Hermann and appears in Greek poetry (often with Pindar ) and in drama.
The variant-rich, usually three breve and two longa form, known as the Reizian colon , appears in Latin poetry primarily as a clause in the Cantica des Plautus . The basic form is:
◡ - × - ◠ .
In metric formula notation , the colon is withr cabbreviated. With the iambic dimeter in front , the colon forms the Reizianic verse ( versus Reizianus ; abbreviatedr v):
◡ —◡ — ˌ ◡ —◡— ‖ ◡ - × - ◠
Sandro Boldrini : Prosody and Metrics of the Romans. Teubner, Stuttgart & Leipzig 1999, ISBN 3-519-07443-5 , pp. 133f.
- Dieter Burdorf, Christoph Fasbender, Burkhard Moennighoff (ed.): Metzler Lexicon Literature. Terms and definitions. 3rd edition Metzler, Stuttgart 2007, ISBN 978-3-476-01612-6 , p. 643.
Gero von Wilpert : Subject dictionary of literature. 8th edition Kröner, Stuttgart 2013, ISBN 978-3-520-84601-3 , p. 678.
↑ Christiaan Marie Jan Sicking: Greek verse teaching. Munich 1993, p. 135.