[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Gregory Nagy The Best of The Achaeans: Concepts of the Hero in Archaic Greek Poetry (Baltimore 1979) (hereafter Nagy, BA)
Marcel Detienne, Les maîtres de vérité dans la grèce archaïque (Paris 1967) (hereafter Detienne, Les maîtres).
3
Nagy, BA, esp. 223-24.
4
Peter Smith, Nursling of Mortality: A Study of the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite (Frank- furt a.M. 1981) (hereafter Smith, NM) 33
Henryk Podbielski, La structure de l'hymne homérique à Aphrodite (Wroclaw 1971) (hereafter Podbielski) 18-32
Howard N. Porter, "Repetition in the Homeric Hymn to Aphro- dite," AJP 70, no. 3 (1949) 249-72, 251-54, 261-62
Ezio Pellizer, "Technica compositiva e struttura genealogica nell' Inno omerico ad Afrodite," Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 27 (1978) 119-23
5
Richard Janko, "The Structure of the Homeric Hymns: A Study in Genre," Hermes 109 (1981) 9-24
Ann L. T. Bergren, "Sacred Apostrophe: Re-Presentation and Imitation in the Homeric Hymns," Arethusa 15, nos. 1-2 (American Classical Studies in Honor of J.-P. Vernant) (1982) (hereafter Bergren, "SA") 85-86
infra n.130.
6
Er. 521
Od. 11.246
Podbielski 18-19.
7
C. J. Ruijgh, Autour de "Te Épique" (Amsterdam 1971) (hereafter Ruijgh) paragraph 25
infra n. 24
8
Smith, NM, 33.
9
Leah Rissman, Love as War: Homeric Allusion in the Poetry of Sappho, Beiträge zur klassischen Philologie 157 (Königstein 1983) 4
Richard Janko, The Iliad: A Commentary, vol. 4: Books 13-16, ed. Geoffrey Kirk (Cambridge, Eng.) on 14.198 (hereafter Janko, IC).
10
Jean-Pierre Vernant, "Sacrificial and Alimentary Codes in Hesiod's Myth of Prometheus,"
Marcel Detienne, "Between Beasts and Gods," in Myth, Religion and Society: Structuralist Essays by M. Detienne, L. Gernet, J.-P. Vernant and P. Vidal-Naquet, ed. R. L. Gordon and R. G. A. Buxton (Cambridge, Eng. 1981) 57-79, 215-28
11
Aristotle Nicomachean Ethics 5.3, 1131a30-32.
12
Claude Calame, Les choeurs de jeunes filles en Grèce archaïque, vol. 1 (Rome 1977) 411-20
14
Ann L. T. Bergren, "Language and the Female in Early Greek Thought," Arethusa 16, nos. 1-2 (Semiotics and Classical Studies) (1983) (hereafter Bergren "LF")
15
Thomas W. Allen, W. R. Halliday, and E. E. Sikes, The Homeric Hymns (Oxford 1936) 350 (hereafter AHS)
16
Th. 206
17
infra pp. 10, 20, 26.
18
AHS 350.
19
Podbielski 19.
20
Smith (NM 34)
NM 36-37
Th. 2-8
Richard Janko, Homer, Hesiod and the Hymns (Cambridge, Eng. 1982) 154 (hereafter Janko, HHH)
22
Sappho 1.21.
23
Marylin B. Arthur, "Cultural Strategies in Hesiod's Theogony: Law, Family, Society," Arethusa 15, nos. 1-2 (American Classical Studies in Honor of J.-P. Vernant) (1982) 63-82.
Th. 205-6
24
Ruijgh (paragraph 746)
25
Filippo Cassola, Inni Omerici (Milan 1975)
Thomas A. Allen, OCT; Smith, NM; J. van Eck, The Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite: Introduction, Commentary and Appendices, Diss. Utrecht, 1978
N. van der Ben, "Hymn to Aphrodite 36-291: Notes on the Pars Epica of the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite," Mnemosyne 39, nos. 1-2 (1986) 1-41
26
J. C. Kamerbeek, "Remarques sur l'Hymne à Aphrodite," Mnemosyne 20 (1967) 390
27
Marcel Detienne, The Gardens of Adonis: Spices in Greek Mythology, trans. Janet Lloyd (Hassocks, Sussex 1977)
29
Podbielski (20).
30
Kamerbeek (390)
van der Ben (6)
31
Van der Ben (6-7)
32
Cora A. Sowa, Traditional Themes and the Homeric Hymns (Chicago 1984) 42, 49
Cypria 2
33
Goodwin, Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb, 114: 318, 321
Chantraine, Grammaire Homérique II, 269: 398
Kühner-Gerth, Ausführliche Grammatik der Griechischen Sprache 2:380
34
Aristotle Poetics 21
Rhetoric 3.4.4, 3.10.7
36
Pellizer (132-33)
Il. 14.166-72
Od. 8.362-66
Janko, IC on 14.166-86
Sowa (67-94)
Bergren, "SA."
37
Cassola ad loc. with bibliography.
38
A. Hurst, "L'Huile d' Aphrodite," Ziva Antika 26 (1976) 23-25
Il. 14.172
Janko, HHH (161)
Janko, IC, on 14.172
Cypria 4
39
Detienne, Gardens
Walter F. Otto, Dionysus: Myth and Cult trans.
Robert B. Palmer (Bloomington 1965) 86-91.
40
Pellizer (123-24)
41
Hymn VI
Aphrodite 11, 12, 15.
42
Hermann Koller, "Epos," Glotta 50 (1972) 16-24
Nagy, BA (30, 271-74, 299, 304).
43
Il. 5.313.
44
Od. 1.346-47, 421-22; 8.45, 91, 367-68, 429; 12.52; 17.385; 22.330
Il. 9.186-89; 18.603-4
H. Ap. 169-70
Th. 36-37
fr. 274 MW
Mimnermus 1.1.
45
Il. 9.186-89
46
Il. 18.569-71
H. Merc. 425-33, 475-76
H. Ap. 188-203, 514-19
Il. 2.599-600 (where the poet Thamyris is termed a [Unrepresented Characters]), 13.731
Od. 1.159
48
Pietro Pucci, Hesiod and the Language of Poetry (Baltimore 1977) 35n. 7
49
Gregory Nagy, "Sema and Noesis: Some Illustrations," Arethusa 16, nos. 1-2 (Semiotics and Classical Studies) (1983) 35-55
50
n. 111.
51
Jaan Puhvel, "Indo-European Negative Com- pounds," Language 29, no. 1 (1953) 14-25.
52
AHS ad loc.
van der Ben (10).
Janko, IC, on 14.185
53
Pucci, HLP (87ff.)
Janko, HHH (161, 165-67)
Nicole Loraux, Les enfants d'Athéna: Idées athéniennes sur la citoyenneté et la division de sexes (Paris 1981) 79ff
54
Hymn VI 18: [Unrepresented Characters] [Unrepresented Characters] 'wondering at her appearance.'
55
Er. 74
Loraux (85).
57
Loraux (85n. 51)
58
Th. 573ff
Loraux (87-88).
Od. 5.231- 32 of Calypso and 10.544-45 of Circe
Il. 14.181-85
Martha Yates, "[Unrepresented Characters] in Epic Poetry" (UCLA Seminar, 1985)
Il. 24.84-86, 93
Michael N. Nagler, Spontaneity and Tradition: A Study in the Oral Art of Homer [Berkeley and Los Angeles 1974] 49n. 32)
Athena in a [Unrepresented Characters] (Th. 574)
Il. 22.468-72
Nagler, 47-49
Od. 1.334 = 16.416, 18.210, 21.65
Nagler [66ff.]
A.R. 3.445
Janko, IC, on 14.184
Od. 5.346, 373
Od. 6.100
esp. 45-86
59
Smith, NM (60).
60
the "shining veil" held "before the cheeks" of Penelope, supra n. 58.
61
Pucci, HLP (96-97)
Logique du sens [Paris 1969]
Loraux [87n. 60]
62
Podbielski (42).
63
Podbielski (42)
64
Podbielski (42-43).
65
Il. 3.385-98
67
Pellizer (115-44).
68
Janko, IC, on 14.292-351
69
Karl Reinhardt, "Zum homerischen Aphro- ditehymnus," Festschrift Bruno Snell (Munich 1956) 1-14
71
Janko, IC, ad loc.
72
Sowa (84)
Podbielski (43, 45)
73
Iliad 20
Peter M. Smith, "Aineiadai as Patrons of Iliad XX and the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite," Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 85 (1981) 17-58.
74
Odysseus to Nausicaa: [Unrepresented Characters], Od. 6.161.
75
Nagy, BA (234-41)
76
Sowa (83-84)
77
Roland Barthes, "The Reality Effect," in The Rustle of Signs, trans. Richard Howard (New York 1986) 141-49.
78
Th. 27-28
Bergren, "LF" (69-75).
81
Pellizer (125)
82
Marcel Detienne, "Mariage (puissances du), en Grèce." Dictionnaire des mythologies et des religiones . . . (Paris 1981) 68
83
Bergren, "LF" (75-78).
84
Northrup Frye, A Natural Perspective: The Development of Shakespearean Comedy and Romance (New York 1965), 72-76
85
Marcel Detienne, L'Invention de la mythologie (Paris 1981) = The Creation of Mythology, trans. Margaret Cook (Chicago 1986).
87
E. J. Bickerman, "Love Story in the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite," Athenaeum 54 (1976) 232-33
88
Bergren, "LF" (69-71).
90
Pierre Vidal-Naquet, "The Black Hunter and the Origin of the Athenian Ephebia" and "Recipes for Greek Adolescence," in The Black Hunter: Forms of Thought and Forms of Society in the Greek World, trans. Andrew Szegedy-Maszak (Baltimore 1986) 106-56.
91
Ian Jenkins, "Is There Life after Marriage? A Study of the Abduction Motif in Vase Paintings of the Athenian Wedding Ceremony," Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London 30 (1983) 139, with bibliography.
93
Smith, NM (58-59).
94
Smith, NM (59)
96
Sowa (76).
97
Janko, IC, on 14.171
98
Smith, NM (122n. 67)
99
J. H. Oakley, "The Anakalupteria," Archäologischer Anzeiger 8a (1982) 113-18, with bibliography.
101
n. 104
103
Smith, NM (63n. 71)
104
Smith, NM (63)
107
Smith, NM (65)
John J. Keaney, "Hymn. Ven. 140 and the Use of [Unrepresented Characters]," American Journal of Philology 102 (1981) 261-64, on the diction of 184, 187-131
108
Anne C. Giacomelli, "Aphrodite and After," Phoenix 34 (1980) 13-19
Charles P. Segal, "Tithonus and the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite: A Comment," Arethusa 19 (1986) 43-44
109
Pietro Pucci, Odysseus Polutropos: Intertextual Readings in the Odyssey and the Iliad (Ithaca 1987).
111
Giacomelli (supra n.108) 18-19
Smith, NM (65 and n. 77).
112
Smith, NM (65-66).
113
Van der Ben (20-21).
Sowa (51)
114
Charles P. Segal, "The Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite: A Structuralist Ap- proach," Classical World 67 (1974) 205-12
Pellizer (121)
Smith, NM (67)
van der Ben (29-32).
116
Smith, NM (67, 91).
117
Emile Benveniste, Le vocabulaire des institutions indo-européennes 2 (Paris 1969) 57-69.
118
Cassola ad loc.
119
Il. 9.561-64
120
van der Ben (24).
121
Smith, NM (68)
122
Smith, NM (69, 88).
123
Smith, NM (71-86)
Segal, "SA" (208-10)
Segal, "THHA"
Helen King, "Tithonos and the Tettix," Arethusa 19 (1986) 15-35
124
Il. 5.265-72
125
Smith, NM (127)
126
Hymn, Smith, NM (87-90)
128
van der Ben (29)
129
Il. 3.442.
130
Gérard Genette, Narrative Discourse: An Essay in Method, trans. Jane E. Lewin (Ithaca 1980) 25-32
131
Smith, NM (90).
132
Van der Ben (25).
133
Loraux (88n. 65)
134
Anchises' earlier "trembling" (182) and Aphrodite's earlier attempt to forestall it (83)
135
Cassola ad 252
van der Ben (33)
136
Kamerbeek (393).
137
Van der Ben (31)
"De Homerische Aphrodite-hymne 2: Den interpretatie van het gedicht," Lampas 14 (1981) summary
138
Ibid
supra nn. 23, 31, 133.
139
Leonard Muellner, The Meaning of Homeric EUXOMAI through Its Formulas (Inns- bruck 1976) 68-99.
140
supra n.23.
142
Pellizer (126-29)
Segal, "SA"
Segal, "THHA"
Smith, NM (92-95)
van der Ben (34-35)
143
AHS ad loc.
144
H.Ap. 544
Janko, "Structure" (14)
146
O. Rossbach, "Anchises," Paulys Real-Encyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissen- schaft I (1894) cols. 2106-9
Od. 5.116-44
Sowa (43, 58-59, esp. n. 107).
147
supra n.5
Th. 53-55
Il. 2.485
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