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Two fragments and an epigram (Pind. fr. 52A, Eur. fr. 898 K., AP 7.77)
In Pind. fr. 52a 1 read στένεα; Eur. fr. 898 is mostly spurious; in AP 7.77.2 read ζῆν.
ἀλλὰ … γὰρ … τῷ: another note on Pindar, Nemean 7.30–35
(Dahlia Books, 2004)
Read, with Mezger and Hóman, ἀλλὰ κοινὸν γὰρ ἔρχεται κῦμ’ Ἀΐδα, ... τιμὰ δὲ γίνεται ... τεθνακότων βοαθόων· τῷ ... μόλεν: "common to all comes the wave of death, ... honour befalls those [who have] died in valiant succour: ...
Scythia or Elysium? The Land of the Hyperboreans in Early Greek Literature
In Ionic literary tradition, the Hyperborean people are more or less consistently portrayed as ethnically and geographically Scythian. Several details in the tenth Pythian and third Olympian odes, including the location ...