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Thu Oct 16 17:56:15 2014 UTClccn-n851486580.287 Greeks /0.660.96Pa. Oxy. 2390 : the cosmogony : the text of the commentary on "Alcman's Cosmogony" and some related lexical research /238639815Alcmann 851486581439721Alcm.AlcmanAlcman de Sardes 7. Jh. v. ChrAlcman de Sardes ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alcman Lacedaemonius 7. Jh. v. ChrAlcman Lacedaemonius ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alcman LydusAlcman Lyr.Alcman LyricusAlcman Lyricus 7. Jh. v. ChrAlcman Lyricus ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alcman Poète ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alcmane.Alcmane, 7e E.v.Chr.Alcmane di Sardi 7. Jh. v. ChrAlcmane di Sardi ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alcmane Lacone 7. Jh. v. ChrAlcmane Lacone ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alcmane, s. VII aCAlkmaion.̓AlkmánAlkman 7. Jh. v. ChrAlkman, 7e E.v.Chr.Alkman ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alkman Chorlyriker 7. Jh. v. ChrAlkman Chorlyriker ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alkman Chormeister 7. Jh. v. ChrAlkman Chormeister ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alkman, s. VII aCAlkman von Sardes 7. Jh. v. ChrAlkman von Sardes ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alkmaon.Alkmaon 7. Jh. v. ChrAlkmaon ca. 2. Hälfte v7. Jh.Alkmeon.AλκμάνἈλκμάνlccn-n50047921Sapphoantadpcrelccn-n50036535Davenport, Guytrledtlccn-n80008559Archilochuslccn-n83015407Anacreonadplccn-n78095675Heraclitusof Ephesuslccn-n79105659Herodaslccn-n50060366Diogenes-approximately 323 B.C.lccn-n50058180Bacchylidesantadpviaf-100181310Pindarantadplccn-n90702411Ibycusactive 6th century B. C.othadpcreAlcmanCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryFolkloreGreek poetryAlcmanPoets, GreekSapphoGreek literatureLyric poetryArchilochusHerodasAnacreonDiogenes,Heraclitus,--of EphesusGreece--SpartaPindarBacchylidesCosmology, AncientTheaterOxyrhynchus papyriGreek languageLanguage and languagesMetaphorIbycus,Greek language--Figures of speechStyle, LiterarySymbolism in literatureTheognisGreece--Sparta (Extinct city)HomerGreek poetry--Themes, motivesSimonides,Civilization, HomericEpic poetry, GreekLaudatory poetry, GreekGamesGreeceAthleticsElegiac poetry, GreekDoric Greek dialectAntiquitiesCosmogony, AncientManuscripts, Greek (Papyri)Egypt--BahnasāTerpanderCosmology, Ancient, in literatureCivilizationGarzya, AntonioLiteraturePrintingBible.--New TestamentHerodotusGermany--Frankfurt am Main1560156615671568158615981600161216141624162616971797181518691870187118721876187718781879188218851886189619101927192819331936193719451950195119521954196119621963196419651967196819741975197719781979198019811982198319841985198619881991199219941995199619971998199920002001200320052006200820092012201320142560127266884.09PA3019ocn441771807ocn444001973ocn459382302ocn458224566ocn7237694484696ocn007247043book19800.56ArchilochusArchilochos, Sappho, Alkman : three lyric poets of the late Greek Bronze Age1423ocn000422410book19450.79Poems of Alcman, Sappho, Ibycus8216ocn009725535book19540.90AlcmanI frammenti441ocn011026185book19840.63Archilochos, Sappho, Alkman : three lyric poets of the seventh century B.C.4010ocn020039048book18150.74AlcmanFragmenta Alcmanis lyriciCriticism, interpretation, etcFolklore3413ocn312329801book15600.84PindarPindarou Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, Isthmia Pindari Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, Isthmia. Cum interpretatione latinaCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry345ocn032795844book19940.88Lirici greci : Alcmane e Stesicoro, in appendice Simonide, Elegia per la battaglia di Platea296ocn614653689book15600.47AlcaeusCarminvm Poetarum nouem, lyricae poeseōs principum fragmenta [Sp. 1:] Alcaei, Sapphvs, Stesichori, Ibyci, [Sp. 2:] Anacreontis, Bacchylidis, Simonidis, Alcmanis, Pindari269ocn797154809book19830.35AlcmanAlcman224ocn299614408book19830.50AlcmanAlcman : FragmentaCriticism, interpretation, etc216ocn442358082book19620.66Page, D. LPoetae melici Graeci : Alcmanis, Stesichori, Ibyci, Anacreontis, Simonidis, Corinnae, poetarum minorum reliquias, carmina popularia et convivialia quaeque adespota ferunturCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+3888963465152ocn255509664book20030.77Hutchinson, G. OGreek lyric poetry : a commentary on selected larger pieces : Alcman, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alceaus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides, Bacchylides, Pindar, Sophocles, EuripidesCriticism, interpretation, etc"This book presents a new text and a detailed commentary for many of the central pieces of Greek lyric poetry. For authors from Alcman to Simonides, the pieces chosen are usually the longest and best preserved; a single large poem each is taken from Bacchylides and Pindar; two odes from tragedy illustrate the transference of lyric into drama. The text and apparatus contain the results of fresh work on the papyri, and new suggestions. The commentary is chiefly literary; there is an introduction to each poet which gives the works a context from a wide range of evidence. The book joins textual and literary criticism of the poets together, provides a close and sustained analysis of important poems across the genre, and enables the reader to see in detail the development and diversity of a remarkable body of poetry."--Jacket+-+0265974465143ocn012619693book19680.93AlcmanAlcmane, Stesícoro, Íbico. Frammenti134ocn312330881book15600.47Carminvm Poetarum nouem, lyricae poeseōs principu[m], fragmenta [Sp. 1:] Alcaei, Sapphvs, Stesichori, Ibyci, [Sp. 2:] Anacreontis, Bacchylidis, Simonidis, Alcmanis. Pindari. Nonnulla etiam aliorum.127ocn222454029book15600.53AlcmanFragmenta93ocn180504059book19510.47Page, D. LAlcman, the Partheneion83ocn252982546book19360.56Bowra, C. MGreek lyric poetry from Alcman to SimonidesCriticism, interpretation, etc82ocn820392807book20120.59Tsantsanoglou, KOf golden manes and silvery faces the Partheneion 1 of AlcmanEver since the papyrus containing Alcman's Partheneion was first published in 1863, classical scholars have strived to solve its enigma. This book presents a verse-by-verse commentary to the text with a number of new proposals based on a detailed inspection of the papyrus. The Scholia to the Partheneion, where numerous new readings are made, greatly elucidate the composition of the chorus, the number of its members, the identity of the protagonist girls, the social context, as well as questions of performance. A new edition of the Partheneion and the Scholia is offered at the end, with a trans61ocn441771807book19980.79Segal, CharlesAglaia : the poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and CorinnaCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this landmark collection of essays, renowned classicist Charles Segal offers detailed analyses of major texts from archaic and early classical Greek poetry; in particular, works of Alcman, Mimnermus, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna. Segal provides close readings of the texts, and then studies the literary form and language of early Greek lyric, the poets' conception of their aims and their art, the use of mythical paradigms, and the relation of the poems to their social context. A recurrent theme is the recognition of the fragility and brevity of mortal happiness and the consciousn+-+216131293555ocn078549773book15860.47AlcmanCarmina4361ocn032051581book19950.287 Greeks+-+73376766352644ocn175289895book20080.84Ferrari, GloriaAlcman and the cosmos of SpartaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"The Partheneion, or "maiden song," composed in the seventh century BCE by the Spartan poet Alcman, is the earliest substantial example of a choral lyric. A provocative reinterpretation of the Partheneion and its broader context, this book excavates the poem's cosmological underpinnings and locates its ethical charge in the popular image of a perfectly harmonious universe." "Moving far beyond standard literary interpretations, Gloria Ferrari uncovers this astral symbolism by approaching the poem from sever angles to reconstruct the web of ancient drama, music, religion, painting, and material culture in which it is enmeshed. This bold new analysis significantly deepens our understanding of Greek poetry and the rich culture of Archaic Sparta."--Jacket+-+82131117752544ocn037426387book19980.79Segal, CharlesAglaia : the poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and CorinnaCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this landmark collection of essays, renowned classicist Charles Segal offers detailed analyses of major texts from archaic and early classical Greek poetry; in particular, works of Alcman, Mimnermus, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna. Segal provides close readings of the texts, and then studies the literary form and language of early Greek lyric, the poets' conception of their aims and their art, the use of mythical paradigms, and the relation of the poems to their social context. A recurrent theme is the recognition of the fragility and brevity of mortal happiness and the consciousn+-+2161312935732ocn013359761book19830.93Calame, ClaudeAlcmanCriticism, interpretation, etc724ocn007563681book19650.92Janni, PietroLa cultura di Sparta arcaicaCriticism, interpretation, etc594ocn079447682book20010.74Hinge, GeorgeDie Sprache Alkmans : Textgeschichte und Sprachgeschichte592ocn020657861book19880.86Nannini, SimonettaSimboli e metafore nella poesia simposiale grecaCriticism, interpretation, etc502ocn038257097book19970.88Pavese, Carlo OdoI temi e i motivi della lirica corale ellenica : introduzione, analisi e indice semantematici : Alcmane, Simonide, Pindaro, Bacchilide154ocn313752226file18690.82Niggemeyer, TheodorDe Alcmane poeta Laconico152ocn851970544file20130.82Römer, CorneliaAlcmanCriticism, interpretation, etcMit den Commentaria et Lexica Graeca in Papyris reperta wird der Fachwelt ein einzigartiges papyrologisches Sammelwerk vorgelegt. Die bisher verstreut publizierten, auf Papyrus erhaltenen Teile antiker griechischer Kommentare - d.h. der Hypomnemata und Randnotizen zu griechischen Autoren sowie der Glossare und Lexika - werden in diesem Lexikon alphabetisch zusammengeführt. Zu jedem im Lexikon erfassten Fragment erhält der Benutzer zunächst einen Überblick über Herkunft, Entstehungszeit und derzeitigen Aufbewahrungsort sowie über alle dazu bisher erschienenen Publikationen. Darauf folgen die An151ocn009301768book19540.79AlcmanAlcmane: I frammenti; testo critico, traduzione, commentario a cura di Antonio GarzyaCriticism, interpretation, etc153ocn018457152book18770.90Ingraham, GeorgeDe Alcmanis dialecto103ocn024820331book18720.92Benseler, Gustav EduardQuaestionum Alcmanicarum pars i73ocn043593095book18780.74Schubert, FriedrichMiscellen zum Dialekte Alkmans71ocn013396265book19840.96Pereira, P. A. T. da SilvaPa. Oxy. 2390 : the cosmogony : the text of the commentary on "Alcman's Cosmogony" and some related lexical researchCriticism, interpretation, etc61ocn077636943book19830.50AlcmanAlcman : FragmentaCriticism, interpretation, etc62ocn043593101book18770.92Spiess, HDe Alcmanis poetae dialecto63ocn479909409book19540.77AlcmanI frammenti : testo critico, traduzione, commentarioCriticism, interpretation, etc63ocn043592917book18760.92Clemm, WilhelmDe fragmento quodam Alcmanico commentatio62ocn873422571book18860.93Sitzler, JakobDie lyriker Eumelus, Terpander und Alkman in ihrem verhältnis zu Homer+-+0265974465+-+0265974465Thu Oct 16 15:45:48 EDT 2014batch26649