After the intervention of Apollo in the Ashbery poem, the bass presents settings of various lyric fragments from the sixth and fifth centuries BC by Mimnermus, Archilochus, Sappho, and Ibycus
reflecting aspects of the modern poem.
The most probable identification of such god is the son of Apolo and the nymph Syllis (or Hyllis, daughter of Hyllus and Iole), as in Ibycus
Turning from fields to gardens, I will now discuss a poem by Ibycus
(Fragment 286), a poet of the sixth century BC who is known for his erotic poetry.
For discussion of the use of this agonistic figure in Ibycus
1898), 43, fingered the lyric poet, Ibycus
of Rhegium (sixth century B.
Discussing as an example "Die Kraniche des Ibycus
," he finds the resolution in "imaginative regression" (89) into the world of superstition.
Greek Lyric 3: Stesichorus, Ibycus
, Simonides, and Others, Cambridge, Mass.
In completely ignoring poetry the Eleatic Stranger goes even further than his teacher, Parmenides, whom Plato shows quoting a single line from Ibycus
(Parmenides 137a) to express his own feelings.
At the end of the program Heath-Stubbs recites his poem Ibycus
from which this award-winning documentary takes its title.
, TLG: Aretaeus, Aetius, Galen, and Oribasius.
Appendix II contains passages, found with the aid of the TLG disc and the Ibycus
computer, which are not dealt with by van Unnik (most of them from Eusebius, John Chrysostom, and Origen).
and one expects their perfunctory dismissal in order to emphasize their inadequacy (compare the effect of Ibycus
S 151 with the comments of J.