6 edition of Heroikos found in the catalog.
|Statement||Flavius Philostratus ; translated with an introduction and notes by Jennifer K. Berenson Maclean and Ellen Bradshaw Aitken ; with a prologue by Gregory Nagy and an epilogue by Helmut Koester.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800., Translations into English.|
|Series||Writings from the Greco-Roman world ;, v. 1|
|Contributions||Maclean, Jennifer K. Berenson, 1963-, Aitken, Ellen Bradshaw, 1961-|
|LC Classifications||PA4272.A45 P513 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xcvii, 318 p. :|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||2001032829|
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The author of the Life of Apollonius of Tyana here molds heroic traditions to promote for his own. Philostratus's Heroikos, available here in English for the first time, is a fictional dialogue set at the tomb of Protesilaos, the first hero to die in the Trojan War/5.
Philostratus's Heroikos, available here in English for the first time, is a fictional dialogue set at the tomb of Protesilaos, the first hero to die in the Trojan War. Returning to life, Protesilaos reveals his insights about Homer, the Trojan War, its heroes, and their cults. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
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Heroikos. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature. At the beginning of the Heroikos, the reader learns that Protesilaos experienced not one but two resurrections in the heroic past.
The first time, the hero came back to life at Phthia in Thessaly after his death at Troy, all because of his love for his bride Laodameia (anabiōiē, Heroikos ).
Heroicus is of particular interest with regards to several less well-known aspects of classical Greek mythology and history.
First, there's the stuff about the heroes, and while the debate about just how big they were (often over ten cubits (presumably at least fourteen feet) tall) isn't Heroikos book convincing, the discussion at least gives insight into the hero-cults -- such as that (historic one) around Protesilaus in.
The Heroikos of Philostratus, written between about and AD, is the great surprise to those who may complacently feel it has all been done in Classics (not the kind of person who reads BMCR I guess — but we all know one!). 1 Not available in a Loeb, never translated into English till the valiant efforts of the editors of this collection in2 superlatively complex in its literary.
Kayser's numbering system, along with de Lannoy's, appears in the margins of the Greek text reproduced in our full version of Philostratus's Heroikos (SBLWGRW 1; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, ). Preliminaries to Philostratus's On Heroes by Casey Dué and Gregory Nagy.
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(Writings from the Greco-Roman World, V. 6) (): Ellen Bradshaw Aitken, Jennifer K. Berenson Maclean: Books. The essays focus on ritual and literary dimensions of hero cult; cultural and community identity reflected in the Heroikos and in early Christianity; and the cultural, literary, and political turn toward heroes in the negotiation of difference, particularly with those outside the Roman Empire.
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