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epinician precepts - eTheses Repository - University of Birmingham

epinician precepts - eTheses Repository - University of Birmingham

epinician precepts - eTheses Repository - University of

EPINICIAN PRECEPTS: A STUDY OF CHIRON AND THE WISE ADVISER IN PINDAR By JONATHAN MILES HALLIWELL A Thesis submitted to The University of Birmingham For the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Department of Classics School of Historical Studies The University of Birmingham September 2008

  • Page 2 and 3: University of Birmingham Research A
  • Page 4 and 5: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I have at times in
  • Page 6 and 7: CHAPTER ONE: Pindar’s Chiron and
  • Page 8 and 9: Figure 1: The Marriage of Chiron an
  • Page 10 and 11: of praising the victor'. 5 Rose thi
  • Page 12 and 13: for aristocrats (e.g. P.6, P.9, N.3
  • Page 14 and 15: Scholars have recognised that the s
  • Page 16 and 17: song. 32 Stenger's recent study of
  • Page 18 and 19: a Pindaric myth is often evaluated
  • Page 20 and 21: Scodel writes that in understanding
  • Page 22 and 23: elationship between the speaker and
  • Page 24 and 25: The evidence suggests that epinicia
  • Page 26 and 27: good fortune. 77 David Fearn has re
  • Page 28 and 29: Lardinois argues that the Pindaric
  • Page 30 and 31: Similarly, in epinician poetry, the
  • Page 32 and 33: In Pindar's epinician poetry, the p
  • Page 34 and 35: Secondly, Chiron's gnomic speech in
  • Page 36 and 37: well argues that 'it is not by orig
  • Page 38 and 39: The signifier ἔργοις refers
  • Page 40 and 41: Lampon appears to take on the role
  • Page 42 and 43: But beloved as he is and respected,
  • Page 44 and 45: addressee (elder men, kings, parent
  • Page 46 and 47: you are, and never once did they di
  • Page 48 and 49: namely the Lapiths. 154 The pattern
  • Page 50 and 51: paradigm for the current generation
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    econcile Arcesilas to his political

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    (270, 275) form a ring around two g

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    use of the eagle image (e.g. N.3.80

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    ἀλλ᾿ ὁµως, κρέσσο

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    to Hieron obliquely. 194 The indefi

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    estowing their gifts on a recipient

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    enhances the status of the Muse qua

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    maintaining a respectful distance f

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    characterise Pindar's discourse mor

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    audience the introduction of hypoth

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    Pythian 6 indicates a lack of genui

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    means of glorifying the laudandus,

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    might be considered an ainos not on

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    holds you fast, and you must go whe

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    tightrope between causing offence t

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    to be the superior of his patron. A

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    P.3, which exploits the theme of a

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    something to other sources, such as

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    authority, albeit in a way that str

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    and Agamemnon in the sense that it

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    with more explicitly didactic comma

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    own purposes. In his detailed exami

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    Nemean 3 The quintessentially Pinda

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    similarly direct his javelin in the

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    In order to understand what kind of

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    alerts us to the popular etymologic

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    example of Aegina’s inborn excell

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    instruction even for so great a her

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    Patroklos was sitting over against

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    the 'famous deeds of men' by intima

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    lended to perfection'. 75 I suggest

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    τά ποτ᾿ ἐν οὔρεσι

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    Chiron's surrogacy The reading I ha

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    In Pythian 6, then, Pindar gives us

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    argue later. The brief account of A

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    Pindar spends the entire third stro

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    The attention given to Asclepius in

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    In sum, Chiron's ancient reputation

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    οὐ κατ᾿ αἶσαν, τά

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    increased Achilles' thymos 'in all

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    power struggle in Cyrene between th

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    Jason informs us that Chiron named

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    in relation to healing. 147 He coun

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    It seems to me that an audience wou

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    suggest that the ethical values of

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    In Pythian 6, the clear sense of co

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    Overall, Pindar's treatment Chiron'

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    The friendly adviser CHAPTER TWO: N

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    since philia is a much more appeali

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    common feature of preceptual discou

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    In the Introduction (6), I drew a c

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    for the reciprocal relation of poet

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    simplification that the Muse is a m

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    poet's rhetoric of cumulative learn

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    celebration. 48 Thus, the song that

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    Instruction in a paraenetic dialogu

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    In the Introduction, it was observe

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    common way in which the narrator sp

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    Fennell admits that ‘tautometric

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    together of different parts of a po

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    ἐν δὲ πείρᾳ τέλο

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    the seat of the emotions in which a

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    Indeed, by subsequently exemplifyin

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    and contributes to the creation of

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    this poetic enterprise in Nemean 3,

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    Sharples makes the point that after

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    In conclusion, the apostrophe of th

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    Genre and Occasion CHAPTER THREE: P

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    From a triple sequence of impossibl

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    Outline of argument In my study of

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    in the Introduction (11), however,

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    expresses - in the voice of a “se

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    more effectively. These viewpoints

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    drawing the audience into a progres

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    patron's desires. 49 How, then, sho

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    inhabitants of Mt Pelion (ἄρχε

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    and Hieron. Following that, I shall

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    his own outlook. This is implicitly

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    acceptance of it. By following his

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    addressee. 79 So whilst epinician i

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    The Rhetorical function of the wish

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    At any rate, the idea that 'Pindar

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    σπεῦδε, τὰν δ᾿ ἔµ

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    debate. It is helpful to think of t

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    the paraenetic ego and showing the

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    to Hieron (80ff); that address seem

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    injunction therefore supports the v

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    that this wild creature had a 'mind

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    authoritative utterances. By spanni

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    CONCLUSIONS 1 (a) The Paraenetic Tr

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    different from that of preceptual i

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    poet and audience. In this scenario

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    I noted the idiosyncratic qualities

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    of providing an independent assessm

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    in Pindar than in Homer. 23 Morriso

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    from within the narrative, it 'enab

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    match (N.3.40-2), will be successfu

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    It was noted that one parallel betw

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    is more authoritative, in that the

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    Second, it foreshadows the expressi

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    his text in the course of this stud

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    Bacchylides, Complete Poems, trans.

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    Braswell B.K. 1980. ‘Three Lingui

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    Cairns D.L. 1996b. 'Off with her Ai

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    Carnes J.S. 1990. 'The Aeginetan Ge

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    D’Alessio G.B. 2004. 'Past Future

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    Dougherty C. and Kurke L. (eds.) 19

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    Felson N. 1999. ‘Vicarious Transp

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    Gallop D. (ed.) 1984. Parmenides of

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    Gray V.J. 1998. 'The Tradition of I

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    Hinds S. 1998. Allusion and Interte

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    Instone S.J. 1990a. 'Love and Sex i

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    Kirk G.S. 1974. The Nature of Greek

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    Lawler L. 1948. 'Orchesis Kalliniko

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    MacLachlan B. 1993. The Age of Grac

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    Morgan C.A. 1990. Athletes and Orac

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    Nilsson M. 1955. Geschichte der gri

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    Pleket H.W. 1973. 'Some Aspects of

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    Robertson D.S. 1940. 'The Food of A

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    Schwartz J. 1960. Pseudo-Hesiodea:

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    Slater W.J. 1976-7. 'Doubts about P

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    Stoneman R. 1976. 'The Theban Eagle

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    Walker J. 2000. Rhetoric and Poetic

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    Young D.C. 1968. Three Odes of Pind

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