Iliad 1.282-284 and Nestor’s Rhetoric of Compromise

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Mnemosyne

A Journal of Classical Studies

References

AmeisK.F.HentzeC. Anhang zu Homers Ilias 1877 Leipzig 2

BonifaziA. MackayE.A. Memory and Visualization in Homeric Discourse Μarkers Orality, Literacy, Memory in the Ancient Greek and Roman World 2008 Leiden 35 64

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van BennekomR. Hom. Il. A 282-4 Glotta 1984 62 149 150

van der MijeS.R. Achilles’ God-Given Strength. Iliad A 178 and Gifts from the Gods in Homer Mnemosyne 1987 40 241 267

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WestM.L. Hesiod Theogony 1966 Oxford

1

Cf. van der Mije (1987) for a good discussion of Nestor’s rhetoric in Book 1, and especially 1.280, which he rightly sees as praise of Achilles.

2

Latacz (2000) ad loc. Cf. Ameis and Hentze 1877 ad loc., where Ameis argues that Nestor corrects his brusque command, changing his tone to a request; Hentze, however, denied a contrast between the two statements, but rather insisted on their continuity.

6

Latacz (2000); Kirk (1983) ad loc. and Pulleyn (2000) ad loc.

8

I follow West (1966) ad loc. who takes βλαπτοµένοις as a passive. I am happy to acknowledge the helpful advice of my colleague Coulter George, who generously read and commented on an earlier version, and the careful reading of Mnemosyne’s referee, who improved the argument.

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