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The reception of Greek lyric poetry in the Ancient World : transmission, canonization and paratext, edited by Bruno Currie, Ian Rutherford

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The reception of Greek lyric poetry in the Ancient World : transmission, canonization and paratext
Title
The reception of Greek lyric poetry in the Ancient World
Title remainder
transmission, canonization and paratext
Statement of responsibility
edited by Bruno Currie, Ian Rutherford
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Language
eng
Summary
"In The Reception of Greek Lyric Poetry in the Ancient World: Transmission, Canonization and Paratext, a team of international scholars consider the afterlife of early Greek lyric poetry (iambic, elegiac, and melic) up to the 12th century CE, from a variety of intersecting perspectives: reperformance, textualization, the direct and indirect tradition, anthologies, poets' Lives, and the disquisitions of philosophers and scholars. Particular attention is given to the poets Tyrtaeus, Solon, Theognis, Sappho, Alcaeus, Stesichorus, Pindar, and Timotheus. Consideration is given to their reception in authors such as Aristophanes, Herodotus, Plato, Plutarch, Athenaeus, Aelius Aristides, Catullus, Horace, Virgil, Ovid, and Statius, as well as their discussion by Peripatetic scholars, the Hellenistic scholia to Pindar, Horace's commentator Porphyrio, and Eustathius on Pindar"--
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Dewey number
881/.0109
Index
index present
LC call number
PA3092
LC item number
.R43 2020
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1959-
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  • Currie, Bruno
  • Rutherford, Ian
Series statement
  • Mnemosyne supplements. Monographs on Greek and Latin language and literature,
  • Studies in archaic and classical Greek song
Series volume
  • volume 430
  • vol. 5
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  • Greek poetry
  • Greek poetry
  • Classical literature
  • Classical literature
  • Greek poetry
Label
The reception of Greek lyric poetry in the Ancient World : transmission, canonization and paratext, edited by Bruno Currie, Ian Rutherford
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Most of the chapters in this volume were originally presented at a conference organized by Oxford University and Reading University under the auspices of the Network of Archaic Greek Song at the University of Reading in 2013
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • On the shaping of the lyric canon in Athens
  • Gregory Nagy
  • Melic poets and melic forms in the comedies of Aristophanes : poetic genres and the creation of a canon
  • Claude Calame
  • Structuring the genre : the fifth- and fourth-century authors on elegy and elegiac poets
  • Krystyna Bartol
  • Part 3. Lyric in the Peripatetics.
  • The Peripatetics and the transmission of lyric
  • Theodora A. Hadjimichael
  • The self-revealing poet : lyric poetry and cultural history in the Peripatetic school
  • The reception of Greek lyric poetry in the ancient world : transmission, canonization, and paratext
  • Elsa Bouchard
  • Part 4. Early reception.
  • Lyric reception and sophistic literarity in Timotheus' Persae
  • David Fearn
  • "Total reception" : Stesichorus as revenant in Plato's Phaedrus (with a new Stesichorean fragment?)
  • Andrea Capra
  • Indirect tradition on Sappho's kertomia
  • Maria Kazanskaya
  • Part 5. Reception in Roman poetry.
  • Alcaeus' stasiotica : Catullan and Horatian readings
  • Bruno Currie and Ian Rutherford
  • Ewen Bowie
  • Pindar, paratexts, and poetry : architectural metaphors in Pindar and Roman poets (Virgil, Horace, Propertius, Ovid, and Statius)
  • Gregor Bitto
  • Part 6. Second Sophistic contexts.
  • Sympotic Sappho? The recontextualization of Sappho's verses in Athenaeus
  • Stefano Caciagli
  • A sophisticated hetaira at table : Athenaeus' Sappho
  • Renate Schlesier
  • Solon and the democratic biographical tradition
  • Jessica Romney
  • Part I. Transmission.
  • Strategies of quoting Solon's poetry in Plutarch's Life of Solon
  • Jacqueline Klooster
  • Playing with Terpander & Co. : Lyric, music, and politics in Aelius Aristides' To the Rhodians: concerning concord
  • Francesca Modini
  • Part 7. Scholarship.
  • Historiography and ancient Pindaric scholarship
  • Tom Phillips
  • Poem-titles in Simonides, Pindar, and Bacchylides
  • Ita dictum accipe : Pomponius Porphyrio on early Greek lyric poetry in Horace
  • Johannes Breuer
  • New philology and the classics : accounting for variation in the textual transmission of Greek lyric poetry
  • Pindar and his commentator Eustathius of Thessalonica
  • Arlette Neumann-Hartmann
  • AndreÌ1 Lardinois
  • Tyrtaeus the lawgiver : Plutarch and Diodorus Siculus on Tyrtaeus fr. 4
  • Eveline van Hilten-Rutten
  • Part 2. Canons.
Control code
1112129860
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiv, 575 pages
Isbn
9789004414518
Lccn
2019039749
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1112129860
Terms governing use
Current Copyright Fee: GBP20.00
Label
The reception of Greek lyric poetry in the Ancient World : transmission, canonization and paratext, edited by Bruno Currie, Ian Rutherford
Publication
Note
Most of the chapters in this volume were originally presented at a conference organized by Oxford University and Reading University under the auspices of the Network of Archaic Greek Song at the University of Reading in 2013
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • On the shaping of the lyric canon in Athens
  • Gregory Nagy
  • Melic poets and melic forms in the comedies of Aristophanes : poetic genres and the creation of a canon
  • Claude Calame
  • Structuring the genre : the fifth- and fourth-century authors on elegy and elegiac poets
  • Krystyna Bartol
  • Part 3. Lyric in the Peripatetics.
  • The Peripatetics and the transmission of lyric
  • Theodora A. Hadjimichael
  • The self-revealing poet : lyric poetry and cultural history in the Peripatetic school
  • The reception of Greek lyric poetry in the ancient world : transmission, canonization, and paratext
  • Elsa Bouchard
  • Part 4. Early reception.
  • Lyric reception and sophistic literarity in Timotheus' Persae
  • David Fearn
  • "Total reception" : Stesichorus as revenant in Plato's Phaedrus (with a new Stesichorean fragment?)
  • Andrea Capra
  • Indirect tradition on Sappho's kertomia
  • Maria Kazanskaya
  • Part 5. Reception in Roman poetry.
  • Alcaeus' stasiotica : Catullan and Horatian readings
  • Bruno Currie and Ian Rutherford
  • Ewen Bowie
  • Pindar, paratexts, and poetry : architectural metaphors in Pindar and Roman poets (Virgil, Horace, Propertius, Ovid, and Statius)
  • Gregor Bitto
  • Part 6. Second Sophistic contexts.
  • Sympotic Sappho? The recontextualization of Sappho's verses in Athenaeus
  • Stefano Caciagli
  • A sophisticated hetaira at table : Athenaeus' Sappho
  • Renate Schlesier
  • Solon and the democratic biographical tradition
  • Jessica Romney
  • Part I. Transmission.
  • Strategies of quoting Solon's poetry in Plutarch's Life of Solon
  • Jacqueline Klooster
  • Playing with Terpander & Co. : Lyric, music, and politics in Aelius Aristides' To the Rhodians: concerning concord
  • Francesca Modini
  • Part 7. Scholarship.
  • Historiography and ancient Pindaric scholarship
  • Tom Phillips
  • Poem-titles in Simonides, Pindar, and Bacchylides
  • Ita dictum accipe : Pomponius Porphyrio on early Greek lyric poetry in Horace
  • Johannes Breuer
  • New philology and the classics : accounting for variation in the textual transmission of Greek lyric poetry
  • Pindar and his commentator Eustathius of Thessalonica
  • Arlette Neumann-Hartmann
  • AndreÌ1 Lardinois
  • Tyrtaeus the lawgiver : Plutarch and Diodorus Siculus on Tyrtaeus fr. 4
  • Eveline van Hilten-Rutten
  • Part 2. Canons.
Control code
1112129860
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiv, 575 pages
Isbn
9789004414518
Lccn
2019039749
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1112129860
Terms governing use
Current Copyright Fee: GBP20.00

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