Homeric Problems: Edited and Translated by Donald A. Russell and David Konstan (Writings from the Greco-Roman World)

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This is often the 1st English translation of the one prolonged historic treatise on Homer that survives this day. It presents a close allegorical dialogue of debatable passages within the Iliad and the Odyssey and is a mine of data on old ways to allegory and to literary feedback.

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Eight. eighty three. The Stoics stated Homer as witness that the rational half resided quite within the middle; cf. SVF 2. 884, 886 = Galen, at the Teachings of Hippocrates and Plato three. five, and so on. See creation, p. xv. three. Cf. Cornutus, Theol. ch. 20 = p. 36. 1–3 Lang, with Ramelli (2003, 362 n. 162). four. Cf. Cornutus, Theol. ch. 20 = p. 35. 1–2 Lang (birth from Zeus’s head), ch. 20 = 36. 8–9 Lang (virginity). five. Il. 1. 197. 38 heraclitus: HOMERIC difficulties sth/qessin lasi¿oisi dia/ndixa mermh/ricen. 20. five òHni¿ka d' h( o)rgh\ pe/peira gi¿netai, methlla/xasi1 d' au)to\n oi( metanoou=ntej2 hÃdh logismoi¿, th=j kefalh=j a)priìc h( fro/nhsij eiãlhptai.

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Three Lang. three. Cf. Plutarch, Fac. 922B. four. Il. 2. 426. Quoted to illustrate of “metonymy” in Trypho, On Figures three. 195 Spengel (metonymy and metalepsis, as outlined by way of Trypho, are very similar). See playstation . -Plutarch, Vit. poes. Hom. 2. 23. 2 with Hillgruber’s notes (1994–1999, 1:138). five. If this can be what khronikôs capacity. Buffière deals “avec le temps,” “à intervalles chroniques,” “en accord avec l’époque. ” The tools have been possibly “burning-glasses,” i. e. , bronze mirrors used to pay attention the sun’s rays (cf. Theophrastus, On hearth 73); Archimedes is expounded to have hired them to burn the Roman ships at Syracuse (Lucian, Hippias 2, John Tzetzes [twelfth century], Chiliades 2.

Pa=j ga\r o( mu=qoj h)llhgo/rhtai periì tw¤n e)p' a)rxaiÍj1 tetta/rwn stoixei¿wn. forty-one. 6 Kro/non me\n ga\r o)noma/zei to\n xro/non kata\ meta/lhyin e(no\j stoixei¿ou: path\r de\ tw¤n oÀlwn o( xro/noj, kaiì tele/wj a)mh/xano/n ti gene/sqai tw¤n oÃntwn di¿xa xro/nou: dio\ dh\ r(i¿za tw¤n tetta/rwn stoixei¿wn ouÂto/j e)sti. forty-one. 7 Mhte/ra d' au)toiÍj eÃneimen eiånai ¸Re/an, e)peidh\ r(u/sei tiniì kaiì a)enna/% kinh/sei to\ pa=n oi)konomeiÍtai. forty-one. eight Xro/nou dh\ kaiì r(u/sewj te/kna gh=n te kaiì uÀdwr, ai)qe/ra te kaiì a)e/ra su\n au)toi=j2 u(pesth/sato: forty-one.

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