Their topics include between the Homeric Hymns
and the mythological Bibliotheca: Demeter in Apollodorus 1.5.1-3 (29-33), lost in tradition: Apollodorus and tragedy-related texts, myths of star and constellation origins in the Bibliotheca, Apollodorus' text: experimental layout and edition, and the edition of Apollodorus' Bibliotheca by Thomas Gale (Paris, 1675): between tradition and innovation.
Traditional Themes and the Homeric Hymns
. Wauconda, IL.
A presentation of the epic circle called Kypria will be combined with Homeric Hymns
to Aphrodite of the same time and era.
(71) Makron's conception of Dionysos in this way could have been informed through his knowledge of the three Homeric Hymns
to Dionysos (1, 7, and 26), in which Miguel Herrero de Jauregui argues the god's "personal and functional relations to other gods like Zeus ...
English text by John Ashbery; ancient Greek text from Plato, Hes-iod, Aeschylus, Euripedes, Mimnermus, Archilochus, Sappho, Homer, lbycus, and the Homeric hymns
. Mezzo-soprano, bass, guitar, and ensemble.
Homer and the Homeric Hymns
: Mythology for Reading and Composition.
The other major work presented here is Marullus's Hymns to Nature, which belongs to a genre of theogonic poetry that begins with Hesiod and the Homeric Hymns
and extends through Cleanthes, Callimachus, and Proclus.
of Heidelberg, Germany) begins with a summary of the poem, which is the longest of the Homeric Hymns
. He then discusses the poem's music, poetry, language, and humor and analyzes its meter and prosody and thematic correspondences with other archaic hexameter poems.
The pomegranate has been mentioned in many ancient texts, notably the Homeric Hymns
and the Book of Exodus and is valued by many cultures for its beauty.
His remark 'aroused laughter [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] among the immortal gods.' (6) In Homeric Hymns
, Hermes is described as a 'child of many shifts, blandly cunning, a robber, a cattle driver, a bringer of dreams, a watcher by night, a thief at the gates.' He turns a tortoise into a singer, which made Apollo 'laugh [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]' in delight.