The inexplicit Sumerian text has been stretched to agree with the Homeric Hymn
18) It is interesting to note, for instance, that the term kikus (translated here as "might"), is used in The Homeric Hymn
to Aphrodite (its only other known attestation) to characterize the "deficient" condition of Tithonus, the unfortunate paramour of the Dawn, who, being granted eternal life without eternal youth, experiences the most extreme condition of senescence: "His voice drones on [literally "flows"] limitlessly, nor is any kikus his, such as was previously in his supple limbs" (Homeric Hymns
While completing the Demeter-Persephone myth, Cha relies heavily on the Homeric Hymn
Shelley's "Hymn to Intellectual Beauty" includes generic features that suggest it is in dialogue with the classical hymn, but it is not a Homeric hymn
, despite family resemblances.
The Homeric Hymn
to Demeter "derives from a single mutilated manuscript of the early fifteenth century C.
Lefkowitz notes that Virgil crafts the visit of Venus to her son Aeneas so that it is a recognizable allusion to the goddess's earlier appearance to Aeneas' father as described in the Greek Homeric Hymn
Meyer, Ancient Mysteries, 20; Homeric Hymn
to Demeter, trans.
The Homeric Hymn
ends with Zeus appointing his son "messenger to Hades" (405).
Jabar Abdullah's colt powered through the heavy ground to slam Homeric Hymn
by no less than 16 lengths.
Jessica Harrington 3rd in 6f two-year-old fillies' maiden at Naas on May 15 There was some word beforehand that this filly had ability and, while she didn't really come close to winning this maiden, she clearly was one to take out of the race.
359; "Hymnus homericus ad Apollinem" lines 116-19, 124, and for smiling nature, see The Homeric Hymns
, 219-20 n.
Each essay focuses on a particular author with the exception of one on the Homeric hymns