[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
The Art of the Aeneid (Ann Arbor 1962) 13-14.
2
Die Ilias und ihr Dichter (Göttingen 1961) 42-68
3
G. Nagy, The Best of the Achaeans (Baltimore and London 1979) 73-77.
Apollo (142-44).
W. Burkert, "Apellai und Apollon," RhM 118 (1975) 19.
4
Nagy (supra n.3) 73.
5
C. Watkins, "A propos de [Unrepresented Characters]," Bulletin de la Société de Linguistique de Paris 72 (1977) 187-209
J. M. Redfield, "The Proem of the Iliad: Homer's Art," CP 74 (1979) 97
P. Considine, "The Indo-European Origin of Greek MENIS 'Wrath'," Transactions of the Philological Society (1985) 144
Agamemnon (1.247)
Aeneas (13.460)
Watkins, 194-95.
S. Scully, "The Language of Achilles: The [Unrepresented Characters] Formulas," TAPA 114 (1984) 20 n. 18.
6
Hesychius s.v. [Unrepresented Characters].
7
Shield 240
Pind. Nem. 9.37
Isthm. 7.28
Aesch. Suppl. 679
[Unrepresented Characters], 681
Cho. 402
Hes. fr. 86
Cratinus fr. 171.
Ap. Rhod. 1.468-69
infra
A.P. 7.368
Ther. 6, 243, 733, 815, 921
Alex. 207, 256
8
Nagy (supra n.3) 75-76.
9
Nagy (supra n.3, 75-76)
10
A. Thornton, Homer's Iliad: Its Composition and the Motif of Supplication, Hypomnemata Heft 81 (Göttingen 1984) 67-72
Hector (11.349-67).
11
G. S. Kirk, The Iliad: A Commentary, volume 1 (Cam- bridge 1985) 108
12
J. Griffin, Homer on Life and Death (Oxford 1980) 179-204.
13
Griffin (supra n.12) 1-49.
14
A. Dihle, Homer-Probleme (Opladen 1970) 75.
15
"Convention and Individuality in Iliad 1," HSCP 84 (1980) 23-25.
[Unrepresented Characters], 422
16
Job. Irmscher, Götterzorn bei Homer (Leipzig 1950) 50.
17
Nagy (supra n.3) 74
Redfield (supra n.5) 101.
Od. 5.395
Il. 2.721
18
C. Whitman, Homer and the Homeric Tradition (Cam- bridge, Mass. 1958) 181-220
D. B. Claus, "AIDÔS in the Language of Achilles," TAPA 105 (1975) 13-28
J. M. Redfield, Nature and Culture in the Iliad (Chicago 1975).
19
J. P. Gould, "Hiketeia," JHS 93 (1973) 74-103
V. Pedrick, "Supplication in the Iliad and the Odyssey," TAPA 112 (1982) 125-40
Il. 23.196
Od. 4.433
Od. 5.445-50
J. A. Rosner, "The Speech of Phoenix: Iliad 9.434-605," Phoe- nix 30 [1976] 321).
[Unrepresented Characters], 9.501
supra n.10, 113-24
20
Thornton (supra n.10) 85n.46, 126-29
Rosner (supra n.19) 320
Whitman (supra n.18) 192-93.
21
Claus (supra n.18) 18ff.
Il. 9.318-20.
22
L. Quaglia, "La figura di Achille e l'etica dell'Iliade," AA Torino 95 (1960-1961) 369-70
Il. 9.603.
23
Griffin (supra n.12) 197-98.
24
R. Girard, "The Plague in Literature and Myth," Texas Studies in Literature and Myth 15, 5 (1974) 833-50
Violence and the Sacred (Baltimore 1977)
W. Speyer, "Religös-Sittliches und Frevelhaftes Verhalten in Seiner Auswirkung auf die Naturgewalten," Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum 22 (1979) 30-39.
25
"Values, Emotions, and Goals in the Iliad," CP 77 (1982) 308-11
infra n.26.
26
Pace Adkins, Merit and Responsibility (Chicago 1960) 38
"Homeric Values and Homeric Society," JHS 91 (1971) 10-11
A. A. Long, "Morals and Values in Homer," JHS 90 (1970) 127-28
M. N. Nagler, Spontaneity and Tradition (Berkeley and Los Angeles 1974) 173
C. P. Segal, The Theme of the Mutilation of the Corpse in the Iliad, Mnemosyne Suppl. 17 (Leiden 1971)
Redfield (supra n.18) 160-223.
Apollo (24.33-54)
Reinhardt (supra n.2) 63-68
C. W. Macleod, Homer Iliad Book 24 (Cambridge 1982) 32-35
Whitman (supra n.18) 259-60.
27
Griffin (supra n.12, 144-78)
supra n.18
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