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Translation, introduction, and commentary by Ch. The first three volumes are published by Forsten Publishing Groningen. This is the first book on athletics in the Hellenistic era, with 16 contributions covering a range of historical, archaeological and philological perspectives. Previous scholarship has focused primarily on the classical age and the Roman imperial period, but it was in the Hellenistic age that Greek sport saw several important developments: the spread of Greek athletic culture in the East following the campaigns of Alexander the Great, the foundation of new athletic contests, and the emergence of a professional association of athletes.
Topics discussed in this volume include how agonistic victories were exploited in legitimating some Hellenistic kings, the value placed on athletic prowess in the lively urban culture of this time, the role of sport in defining Greek identity, and the changing modes of representation of athletic action in literature and the arts. In emphasizing the central place of athletics in Greek culture, these papers offer new insights and will have far-reaching implications for our understanding of the wider political and social history of the Hellenistic period. The third-century BC Greek poet Herodas had been all but forgotten until a papyrus of eight of his Mimiambs plus fragments turned up in the Egyptian desert at the end of the 19th century.
They have since been translated into various modern languages and supplied with scholarly commentaries. The present volume provides an accessible introduction to Herodas and his Mimiambs requiring no knowledge of Greek. The contextual introductions and notes on the poems take into account the most recent scholarship, providing explanation of the context of the Mimiambs and guiding the reader to an appreciation of the poetry itself. The General Introduction places the author in his cultural world and context, namely urban society in the Ptolemaic Empire of the hellenistic period.
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This he conjures up in his Mimiambs with an often scathing vividness. This book offers scholars and students of Hellenistic and Roman literature an overview of Hellenistic epigram, a field closely related to other Hellenistic poetry and highly influential upon Roman poetry. In fourteen themed chapters, it foregrounds the literary, linguistic, historical, epigraphic, social, political, ethnic, cultic, onomastic, local, topographical and patronage contexts within which Hellenistic epigrams were composed. Many epigrams are analysed in detail and new interpretations of them proposed.
It survives not in manuscript form but in papyrus fragments and quotations by later authors. But all coherent, understandable fragments are included, as well as some very short fragments with good explanatory scholia commentary by ancient scholars. This project was originally conceived by Prof.
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Susan Stephens of Stanford University, as a way to achieve four goals:. Meagan Ayer further edited and formatted the Greek text. The original DCC format was designed by Chris Stamas, and the sites are created and maintained on the technical side by Dickinson web developer Ryan Burke. For the Greek text we have employed the editorial supplements in the edition of Rudolf Pfeiffer Callimachus: vol.
The majority of these have been incorporated into the texts of Annette Harder. To aid in readability, papyrological notations have been kept to a minimum. Square brackets indicate editorial supplements, which are presented in gray. There are no sublinear dots to indicate doubtful letters, since images of the texts will reveal this information. Iota subscripts and traditional sigmas have been used throughout. In some instances fragments have been truncated, with only those sections which are fully legible and coherent presented.
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I would like to thank Prof. Stephens and everyone who helped make this site possible.
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