The Lyric of Ibycus

The Lyric of Ibycus

„Sozomena“ bedeutet auf Griechisch „Gerettetes“.

Author: Claire Louise Wilkinson

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110295146

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 338

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Ibycus is a crucial figure in the world of archaic poetry, whose work has not received the attention it deserves. This commentary brings together his most important fragments, together with some less well-known pieces which give insight to his content and style. It provides an introduction to Ibycus’ life and poetry, an individual analysis of each fragment and a detailed commentary on the text, with a new edition of the papyrus fragments. This study thus includes both the minutiae of textual criticism and the broader literary/historical concerns of Ibycus’ work.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Emergence of the Lyric Canon

The Emergence of the Lyric Canon

The primary wandering lyric poets, Ibycus and Anacreon, travelled to perform and were invited to courts of tyrants where they spend a considerable amount of time.” One cannot be absolutely certain how much Ibycus travelled and how much ...

Author: Theodora A. Hadjimichael

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192538925

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 352

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The Hellenistic period was an era of literary canons, of privileged texts and collections. One of the most stable of these consisted of the nine (rarely ten) lyric poets: whether the selection was based on poetic quality, popularity, or the availability of texts in the Library of Alexandria, the Lyric Canon offers a valuable and revealing window on the reception and survival of lyric in antiquity. This volume explores the complexities inherent in the process by which lyric poetry was canonized, and discusses questions connected with the textual transmission and preservation of lyric poems from the archaic period through to the Hellenistic era. It firstly contextualizes lyric poetry geographically, and then focuses on a broad range of sources that played a critical role in the survival of lyric poetry - in particular, comedy, Plato, Aristotle's Peripatetic school, and the Hellenistic scholars - to discuss the reception of the nine canonical lyric poets and their work. By exploring the ways in which fifth- and fourth-century sources interpreted lyric material, and the role they played both in the scholarly work of the Alexandrians and in the creation of what we conventionally call the Hellenistic Lyric Canon, it elucidates what can be defined as the prevailing pattern in the transmission of lyric poetry, as well as the place of Bacchylides as a puzzling exception to this norm. The overall discussion conclusively demonstrates that the canonizing process of the lyric poets was already at work from the fifth century BC and that it is reflected both in the evaluation of lyric by fourth-century thinkers and in the activities of the Hellenistic scholars in the Library of Alexandria.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Greek Lyric of the Archaic and Classical Periods

Greek Lyric of the Archaic and Classical Periods

From the Past to the Future of the Lyric Subject David Fearn. (especially given the strong risk of circularity of ascription to either Ibycus or Stesichorus based on the perceived appropriateness of subject matter to each poet ...

Author: David Fearn

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004424371

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 120

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What is distinctive about Greek lyric? How should we conceptualize it in relation to literature, song, music, rhetoric, history? This discussion investigates such questions, analysing a range of influential methodologies that have shaped the recent history of the field.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Greek Lyric

Greek Lyric

The lyric of Ibycus: introduction, text and commentary, Berlin Willi, A. 2008. Sikelismos: Sprache, Literatur und Gesellschaft im griechischen Sizilien (8.–5. Jh. v. Chr.), Basel 2011. 'Language, Homeric', in M. Finkelberg, ed.

Author: Felix Budelmann

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108579162

Category: History

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The corpus of Greek lyric holds a twofold attraction. It provides glimpses of the song culture of early Greece in which lyric performance had a central place, and it presents us with some captivating and memorable poetry which has been admired since antiquity. This edition gathers poems by seven of the nine canonical lyricists (Alcman, Alcaeus, Sappho, Stesichorus, Ibycus, Anacreon, Simonides), as well as a number of carmina popularia and carmina convivalia and passages from Timotheus' Persians. Both longer and shorter pieces are included. The Introduction discusses major issues in the study of Greek lyric including genre, performance and transmission. The commentary is literary in emphasis but also treats questions of syntax, textual reconstruction, metre and dialect. The volume will be of interest to higher-level undergraduates and graduate students as well as to scholars.
Categories: History

A Heavenly Chorus

A Heavenly Chorus

Leonard Woodbury , “ Ibycus and Polycrates , ” Phoenix 39 ( 1985 ) : 193–220 ; Campbell , Greek Lyric Poetry , 63–67 , 305-313 ; Miller , Greek Lyric , 95-98 ; Bonnie C. MacLachlan , “ Ibycus , ” in A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets ...

Author: Justin Jeffcoat Schedtler

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 3161531264

Category: Religion

Page: 395

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The claim that Revelation's hymns function as did Classical tragic choral lyrics insofar as they comment upon or interpret the surrounding narrative has become axiomatic in studies of Revelation. Justin Jeffcoat Schedtler marks an advance in this line of inquiry by offering an exegetical analysis of Revelation's hymns alongside a presentation of the forms and functions of ancient tragic choruses and choral lyrics. Evaluating the hymns in light of the varieties and complexities of ancient tragic choruses, he demonstrate that they are not best evaluated in terms of choral lyrics generally, but in terms of dramatic hymns in particular, insofar as they constitute mythological-theological reflections on the surrounding narrative, and function to situate the surrounding dramatic activity in a particular mythological-theological contexts.
Categories: Religion

The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology

The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology

Just as Anacreon left behind the luxurious orientalizing world of the tyrant Polycrates in Samos, so too did Ibycus. Whereas Anacreon left for Athens, however, Ibycus left for Italy and Sicily, infusing with new life the old lyric ...

Author: Roger D. Woodard

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107495111

Category: History

Page: 552

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Professor Roger Woodard brings together a group of the world's most authoritative scholars of classical myth to present a thorough treatment of all aspects of Greek mythology. Sixteen original articles guide the reader through all aspects of the ancient mythic tradition and its influence around the world and in later years. The articles examine the forms and uses of myth in Greek oral and written literature, from the epic poetry of 8th century BC to the mythographic catalogues of the early centuries AD. They examine the relationship between myth, art, religion and politics among the ancient Greeks and its reception and influence on later society from the Middle Ages to present day literature, feminism and cinema. This Companion volume's comprehensive coverage makes it ideal reading for students of Greek mythology and for anyone interested in the myths of the ancient Greeks and their impact on western tradition.
Categories: History

The Reception of Greek Lyric Poetry in the Ancient World Transmission Canonization and Paratext

The Reception of Greek Lyric Poetry in the Ancient World  Transmission  Canonization and Paratext

If the silence of our sources about Peripatetic works on Ibycus and Bacchylides reflects the absence of a treatise, it may be the case that the Peripatos did not possess their text or at least not a good text.The complete picture of the ...

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Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004414525

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 590

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In The Reception of Greek Lyric Poetry in the Ancient World: Transmission, Canonization and Paratext, twenty-one international scholars discuss the afterlife of early Greek lyric poetry (iambic, elegiac, and melic) from the 5th century BCE to the 12th century CE.
Categories: Literary Collections

Essays on Ancient Greek Literature and Culture

Essays on Ancient Greek Literature and Culture

... Music and Metre, Literary Byways, Varia. Oxford. West, M. L. 2015. 'Epic, lyric, and lyric epic', in Finglass and Kelly (eds.): 63–80. Wilkinson, C. L. 2013. The Lyric of Ibycus: Introduction, Text and Commentary. Berlin and Boston.

Author: Ewen Bowie

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107058088

Category: History

Page: 650

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Assembles and illustrates the evolution of a major scholar's work on early Greek poetry, above all elegy, over four decades.
Categories: History

pt I The poets epic and lyric with an appendix on Homer by Prof Sayce

pt  I  The poets  epic and lyric  with an appendix on Homer by Prof  Sayce

in geographers and scholiasts to Ibycus as an authority on epic legends . But , on the other hand , the exceedingly glowing and beautiful confessions of love , and the fact that these were sometimes addressed to individual youths ...

Author: John Pentland Mahaffy

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101059539666

Category: Greek literature

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Categories: Greek literature