Early Greek Mythography (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
848
Utgivningsdatum
2013-10-24
Utmärkelser
Awarded the British Academy Medal 2015; awarded the Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit 2014
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Volymtitel
v. 2 Commentary
Dimensioner
252 x 180 x 50 mm
Vikt
1621 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780198147411
Early Greek Mythography (inbunden)

Early Greek Mythography

Volume 2: Commentary

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Volume 2 is a detailed commentary on the texts of Early Greek Mythography: Volume 1, a critical edition of the twenty-nine authors of this genre from the late 6th to early 4th centuries BC. Volume 2 provides a mythological commentary of the original works, as well as a philological commentary on separate authors.
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Judges comments, Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit 2014 Fourteen years ago, Robert Fowler presented a collection of the fragments of Early Greek Mythography, giving us the outline and all the recoverable details of a lost continent of early Greek prose; we were grateful for an important and accessible volume. Now, he has followed up with a commentary that shows how important these lost treatises and their authors were for the beginnings and development of the Greek prose book, the appropriation and systematization of
mostly local narratives, and the emergence of Greek historiography ... [it] leaves us with a truly three-dimensional view of the landscape we have lost ... It seems almost certain that "Fowler" will become yet another household name


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<br>Robert L. Fowler is the Henry Overton Wills Professor of Greek at the University of Bristol.<br>

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PREFACE ; INTRODUCTION ; PART A: MYTHOLOGICAL COMMENTARY ; 1. Theogony ; 2. Pelasgians, Leleges, Dryopes, Arcadians ; 3. Deukalion ; 4. Deukalionidai ; 5. Aiolidai ; 6. Argonauts ; 7. Inachidai ; 8. Herakles ; 9. Herakleidai ; 10. Agenoridai and Early Thebes ; 11. Crete ; 12. The Theban Cycle ; 13. Atlantides ; 14. Pelopidai ; 15. Asopides ; 16. Attic Legend ; 17. Local Histories ; 18. The Trojan Cycle ; 19. The Migrations ; 20. Other Fragments ; PART B: PHILOLOGICAL COMMENTARY ; Akousilaos ; Aethlios ; Agias And Derkylos ; Anaximander ; Andron ; Antiochos ; Aristophanes ; Armenidas ; Charon ; Damastes ; Dei(l)ochos ; Demokles ; Epimenides Pseudepigraphus ; Euagon ; Eudemos ; Eumelos ; Hekataios ; Hellanikos ; Herodoros ; Ion ; Kreophylos ; Menekrates ; Metrodoros ; Pherekydes ; Polos ; Simonides ; Skamon ; Skythinos ; Xenomedes ; Two Addenda to Volume 1 ; CORRIGENDA TO VOLUME 1 ; ABBREVIATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY ; INDICES