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Pisistrate in Lycée or Cronos Time found
According to Aristotle in The Athenian Constitution, XVI, 7, the Athenians would have lived under Pisistratus as in Kronos days. Aristotle’s choice to associate the Athenian tyrant with the Golden Age can be explained by the intellectual and political context in which The Athenian Constitution had b...
From the myth of the amazones to healthy women
The fabulous tale of the Amazon enters the Greek cultural history during the first half of the sixth century aC as adversary of Hercules, as can be seen in black-figure vessels which were exported to Etruria. Moreover, the rapid installation of this myth in the Hellenistic imagination would have an...
The Relations between the Cult of Dionysus and the Greek Theatre in the Light of the most Recent Learned Literature. A Review of the most Important Positions
The paper depicts the most recent literature as regards the relations between the cult to Dionysus and the Greek theatre. We find here the views of, among others, S. Goldhill, who showed the social and political aspect of the festival in honour of Dionysus, and thereby he pointed to Dionysus as the...
Plutarcha Vita Solonis 8, 4-6 i Tesmoforia attyckie Vita Solonis 8, 4-6 and the Attic Thesmophoria
The article is devoted to the problem of the connection between the feast of women gathered in the Demeter Thesmophoria shrine on Cape Kolias (deme Halimous) and the celebrations of Thesmophoria in Athens. The starting point for the author is Plutarch's story (Vita Solonis 8, 4-6) that today is cons...
A diletting editor: Aristarque in ‘ibDeipnotechnologists’/ib
Athenaeus departs from Aristarchus’ readings in many lines of the Iliad and the Odyssey. He emphasizes Aristarchus’ lack of familiarity with Homeric banquets in order to prove that the grammarian misrepresented the real manners of heroes. On the contrary, Athenaeus detects in Telemachus, Pisistratus...
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