Download E-books Studies in Oracular Verses: Concordance to Delphic responses in Hexameter PDF

By Lene Anderson

The concordance to the Delphic oracular responses in hexameter is meant as a device for stylistic reports either one of those texts themselves and in their courting to standard Greek epic poetry. To make particularly transparent what the textual foundation is, and whilst to make reference more straightforward for the reader, the concordance right is preceded by way of a suite of oracles, giving in complete the texts on which the concordance is predicated including a severe gear declaring conjectures and an important variations. the shape of the concordance is the line-context concordance, to that's extra a procedure of indicators shaped to be sure that the reader, whereas utilizing the concordance, on to discover if the strains include conjectures, vitamins from different types of an analogous oracle, and so forth. within the Prolegomena are defined the rules in adopting the oracles into the gathering and in featuring the cloth.

Show description

Read Online or Download Studies in Oracular Verses: Concordance to Delphic responses in Hexameter PDF

Similar Ancient Greece books

The Iliad

The nice struggle epic of Western literature, translated by means of acclaimed classicist Robert Fagles   courting to the 9th century B. C. , Homer’s undying poem nonetheless vividly conveys the horror and heroism of fellows and gods wrestling with towering feelings and fighting amidst devastation and destruction, because it strikes inexorably to the wrenching, tragic end of the Trojan warfare.

Prometheus Bound and Other Plays: Prometheus Bound, The Suppliants, Seven Against Thebes, The Persians

Aeschylus (525–456 BC) introduced a brand new grandeur and epic sweep to the drama of classical Athens, elevating it to the prestige of excessive artwork. In Prometheus sure the defiant Titan Prometheus is brutally punished by means of Zeus for bold to enhance the nation of wretchedness and servitude within which mankind is stored. The Suppliants tells the tale of the fifty daughters of Danaus who needs to flee to flee enforced marriages, whereas Seven opposed to Thebes indicates the inexorable downfall of the final participants of the cursed kin of Oedipus.

Plato's Symposium (Oxford Approaches to Classical Literature)

Oxford methods to Classical Literature (Series Editors: Kathleen Coleman and Richard Rutherford) introduces person works of Greek and Latin literature to readers who're drawing close them for the 1st time. each one quantity units the paintings in its literary and historic context, and goals to supply a balanced and interesting review of its content material, artistry, and function.

The Poetry of Sappho

This day, hundreds of thousands of years after her delivery, in lands distant from her local island of Lesbos and in languages that didn't exist while she wrote her poetry in Aeolic Greek, Sappho is still an immense identify between fanatics of poetry and poets alike,. Celebrated all through antiquity because the ultimate Greek poet of affection and of the private lyric, famous particularly for her limpid fusion of formal poise, lucid perception, and incandescent ardour, this day her poetry can also be prized for its uniquely shiny participation in a dwelling paganism.

Extra resources for Studies in Oracular Verses: Concordance to Delphic responses in Hexameter

Show sample text content

Lίπιστα 98,2 357,2 Φοινίκων lν &γwνι, τοτ' fσσεται fργα lf. ιiπ6 + dπ' 30,2 74,2 ποuλvς &ποστdζων &. λαίνοu οόδοΟ lρύκει. An Pa-Wo 54,2 68,1 91,3 91,3 91,5 96,10 110,5 119,7 210,2 236,1 318,3 318,3' 318,5 338,10 379,5 408,7 sixty seven σώματ' κλήρου dρσεν καt 3~λu νέμητε &. πάγχρuσον φέρε κόσμον έλwν Μίνωος δ' &. &. σ~ς &λόχοιο γ~ς ο~τε σχεδον ο~τ· &πο τηλοίί, &. Μίνωος δ' &πο γ~ς ο~τε σχεδον οδτ' εδτ' &'ν &. γλώσσης παίδων ιμηJ γν~ς 11αινιfδας, αt' γενεfjς Εινοίίς &. τηλοίί, ιlπακούσαςJ Καδμηείης· &λλa χρεwγ γαίης &π[ο π]ατρίδος dλλο&ι ~εϊσ&α[ι· [Λ]οξία lξ &δύτοιο, 3εμιστοπόλων &. σηκ~ν. &ποδώσει 68,3 236,3 ~ς σοι 'Αλέξανδρος τίσιν lχ&ίστην &. &πο&ρώισκοντα 64,3 231,3 νηος φίλην εις πατρίδα γαϊαν. &. &ποκτείναντες 108,2 376,2 Όρφέ' Άπόλλωνος φίλον u~όν. &. &ποκωλύσοuσιν 12,3 31,3 οι σ' 34,7 94,7 πολλa δε κ~λλ' 35,11 95,11 &. lγω δέ τοι οδτι μεγαίρω. &πολεt' &. πuργώματα, κοό το σον οrον· &πολεϊς ~ &είη Σαλαμίς, &. δε σu τέκνα γuναικων 'Απόλλων 15,1 18,1 121 '3 39,1 Βιfττ', lπt φωνην ηλ&ες· dναξ δέ σε Φοϊβος Ά. 43,1 416,3 Μύσκελλε βραχύνωτε, φιλεϊ σ' έκιfεργος Ά. , ~Qος. πρότερον δόλον fκβαλε· πεί&ε•· 'Απόλλων ι eighty four 292 εδχεο Καρνείφ τελέειν σέβας Ά •• 148,1 539,1 ει κεν lπικτήτοu μοίρης λάχος Ά. 'Απόλλωνος 108,2 376,2 Όρφέ' &ποκτείναντες Ά. φίλον υtόν. Ά. An Pa-Wo sixty eight 6:πον6σφι 110,1 379,1 sixty seven 1 1 235,1 ~λ8ετε Μάγνητες Κρήτης 6:. τραπέν[τες ι\ποπαi:Jσαι τιμ~έν μ' αlτεrς δ~ρον μανCαν &:. · 6:π6πεμπε 38,2 106,2 νη~ lγκαταDϋς· ο~κ6νδ' d. τάχιστα. 6:π6ρ8ητον 35,7 95,7 μοi:Jνον 6:. τελέ8ειν, τb σε τέκνα τ' δνήσει. dποστάζων 30,2 74,2 ποuλuς 6:. ι\πb λαCνοu οόδοi:J lρύκει. ι\ποστέλλοντες 54,3 210,3 ΜCνωι, εlς dλα δtαν &. i ι\μοιβ~ν ι\ποτCσετε 108,1 376,1 1/Cερες αlνοπα8εtς, στυγν~ν 6:. λώβην ι\π6τροπός 133,6 471,6 ι\σφάλιος, τεμενοi:Jχος, 6:. , ίππιος, ι\ργής· 6:ποφ8Cμενος 92a,3 319,4 31,5 84,5 ζ~ν και&. · ιψ8Cμενος δ' έτι πολλbν ι\γήρως 1 • &πώλε το δεινbς δφις τριtλικτος 6:. δοuρt δαμασ8εCς. 'Αράτοu ninety nine' 1 358,1 βοuλεύυ Σικu~ν ζωάγριον αltν Ά. &ρ άχνης 138,3 490,3 δς νi:Jν ι\μφέχεται λεπτοtσιν δφάσμασ' 'Αργεtοι 1 '6 1 ,6 Ά. λινο8ώρηκες, κέντρα ~! ~~~~~~~L 'ΑργεCοίσιν 31,2 84,2 lξελάσυ καt κi:Jδος lv 'Α. dρηται, 6: •• An Pa-Wo sixty nine 'ΑργεCων 31,J 84,3 110,2 379,2 πολλaς Ά. dμφιδρuφέας τότε 3ήσει. dργεννi'jσιν οlωνομ πτερύγεσσι σvν d. lδόvτες "Αργεος 118 407 "Α. ~πποβότοu πωλον λάβε κuαvοχαίτοu dργής 133,6 · 471,6 dσφάλιος, τεμενοϊlχος, dπότροπος, Cππιος, d. • dργικέρωτας 60,4 226,4 ~v3α δ' Nv d. Cδυς χιονώδεας αrγας dpγόv forty three - - - 12Ζ το Πελαργικον d. dμεινον. "Αργος 1,1 1,1 γαίης μtv πάσης το Πελασγικον "Α. 59,2 225,2 lκπρολιπών 'Ά. τε και seventy eight ~68 &. eleven three eleven three dνδρων δ' 2,3 2,3 μισγόμενον πηγαϊσιν έuρρείτης Ά . • dμεινον, 'Ελλάδα καλλιγύναικα dργuρέαις λόγχαισι μάχου και πάντα ~e~! Ώ~~~~~ 'Αρε8ούσης oC πίνοuσιν uδωρ καλi'jς Ά. · "Αρη 123,2 428,2 μή σοι tφορμήσυ Παλλaς πολu φέρτερον "Α. dρηρότα 71,2 245,2 σοσ μffλλον πραπίδεσσιν d. πεuκαλίμυσιν.

Rated 4.61 of 5 – based on 46 votes

About the Author