Manual Pindars Poetry, Patrons, and Festivals: From Archaic Greece to the Roman Empire

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In: Ed. Nova York e Londres: Ithaca, Women, fire, and dangerous things: what categories reveal about the mind. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, The editors assembled an internationally distinguished team of speakers for the original seminar series held in London, and these papers form the backbone of the book.

But to ensure coherence and comprehensive coverage, they have commissioned three further papers, and have themselves written a long thematic Introduction. The result is a stellar team of authors, and a book which looks at an important literary phenomenon in light of the latest archaeological and sociological insights, as well as evaluating the poetry both as poetry and as a performance genre with distinctive characteristics.

Toon meer Toon minder. The material is rich and diverse The book is very well produced and generously illustrated. Reviews Schrijf een review.

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In winkelwagen Op verlanglijstje. Notify me. Description Ancient sport made a huge if indirect contribution to the literature of ancient Greece, since some sixty poems by Pindar and Bacchylides 'epinikian odes' , written to commemorate victories, survive from the Classical period. This book is a collection of essays about that literature, and about the social and physical context for which it was written.

The editors assembled an internationally distinguished team of speakers for the original seminar series held in London, and these papers form the backbone of the book. But to ensure coherence and comprehensive coverage, they have commissioned three further papers, and have themselves written a long thematic Introduction.

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The result is a stellar team of authors, and a book which looks at an important literary phenomenon in light of the latest archaeological and sociological insights, as well as evaluating the poetry both as poetry and as a performance genre with distinctive characteristics. Table of contents 1. Introduction ; I ; 2.

The origins of the festivals, especially Delphi and the Pythia ; 3. Origins of the Olympics ; 4. Pindar, athletes, and the early Greek statue habit ; 5.