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A. Garzya

heros hb6rateur est apostrophe par Promethee, apres la liberation, comme eXOpo5 lazp6q Touro T€xvov. L3 pere reste encore hostile, le geste d'Heracles a donc ete le fruit de sa propre initiative, non pas de celle de Zeus i). La reconciliation aura lieu quand les deux contendants seront sur le meme plan

W. Vollgraff

politique lui permettait de le faire, a ses adversaires acharn6s une reconciliation solennelle, 11 obtenait de paraitre libere du soupqon d'homicide qui pouvait continuer a peser sur lui, de fa?on a le discrediter aux yeux de ses confrères et du public. Peut- etre aussi la date des ALL7r6XPLa a-t-elle ete

J.C. Kamerbeek

Pentheus as a 8£oJ.l.áxo? against Dionysus, as we find it in Euripides, follows the example set by Aeschylus' Pentheus and by his Lycurgus in the Lycurgeia. We must, however, make allowance for one great differ- ence : Aeschylus' desire for reconciliation, his need of a theodicy have doubtless given a

J.H. Waszink

, Diomedes' reconciliation with the Trojans also had its place in the legend (cf. Pausan. I, 11, 7). I fail to see why the mentioning of Aeneas' death in the waves of the Numicus should be regarded as particu- larly important (thus Norden, op. cit., 148) : it was already recorded by Cato (Serv. ad Aen. IV

T.D. Papanghelis

more eager for literary polemics than amatory reconciliation, and the vow is simply there to occasion a swipe, from a Neoteric angle and by Neoteric means, at the old-fashioned, long-winded kind of poetry cultivated by Volusius6). The invoca- tion of Venus in lines 11-17 looks very much like a skit on

Yannis Tzifopoulos

ambiguity of this thought-pattern, which implies a great turn over of a situa- tion, may also be understood to apply to the turn over that is about to take place, as Hermes enters Olympus for the trial in front of Zeus, and the family feud begins the process of reconciliation. The Ž nal instance of a gnomic

Dimos Spatharas

because, as Hunter (1994, 205 n. 14) observes, “the distinction between reconciliation and arbitration is not always obvious”. It is worth noting, though, that Philocleon’s intention to reconcile with the man is not sin- cere, despite the fact that he comically responds first to Bdelycleon’s proposal to

D.S.A. Renting

relationship went beyond a purely formal amicitia. In the first two examples one senses genuine enthusiasm for Caesar. In the same period we may observe that Cicero reconciles himself with some of his enemies. For example, in February 55, at the insistence of Pompey, there is reconciliation with the

Jaroslav Daneš

. ( 2008 ). The Last Word . In: M. Revermann and P. Wilson , eds., Performance, Iconography, Reception. Studies in Honour of Oliver Taplin , Oxford , pp. 291 - 317 . Kennedy , R.F. ( 2009 ). Athena’s Justice . New York . Konstan , D. ( 2007 ). War and Reconciliation in Greek


manipulation as ineffectual political practices, and call for reconciliation. As for the two Sophoclean plays of the second period, Hose, again refuting traditional political interpretations, tries to interpret them both in the context of the restoration of democracy after the oligar- chical coup. This