Alcman


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Alcman

(ˈælkmən)
n
(Biography) 7th century bc, Greek lyric poet
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En este caso, examina con detencion la tematica en Hesiodo (capitulo 10), en Ferecides de Siro (capitulo 11), en Alcman (capitulo 12), en el Timeo de Platon (capitulo13) y en El Papiro de Derveni (capitulo 14).
Las cosmogonias prefilosoficas de Hesiodo, Alcman, Epimenides, Museo y la teogonia orfica antigua, Trotta, Madrid, 2000.
The association of Leucippe with lightning recalls the Greek poetic tradition (beginning with Alcman 1) of comparing women with astrological phenomena.
3) En concreto, los fragmentos de Alcman 41, 57, 64 de Page (1962): por ejemplo, cf.
Greek Lyric II: Anacreon, Anacreontea, Choral Lyric from Olympus to Alcman.
de Alcman, porque coloca esse verbo em relacao ao proprio Eros: (8)
His many classical sources include Hesiod, Alcman, Pindar, Herodotus, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Menander, Aristotle, Theophrastus, Aratus, Apollonius of Rhodes, Theocritus, Diodorus Siculus, Tibullus, Strabo, Hyginus, Horace, Diogenes Laertius, Lucian, and Claudian, to name but a few, along with many scholiasts and patristic authors such as the expected Lactantius, Eusebius, Augustine, and Fulgentius.
Or, I might have made much of the erotic feeling in the ritual dance of the young women, as a sign of a "different voice"--but Alcman, too, wrote of a lovely chorus leader from the point of view of another dancer who admires her.
Ello puede apreciarse en las obras de Terpandro[15], Arquiloco[16], Alcman y Mimnermo[17], Alceo y Safo[18].
Las poesias de Alceo, Safo y Alcman fueron llamadas, incorrectamente, odas, lo mismo que los Carmina de Horacio, dado que eran, mas bien, para ser recitadas.
According to Alcman, Spartan wine of the Seven Hills was remarkable for the delicacy of its bouquet.
Significantly, this is also the period to which we owe our earliest evidence of generalized male and female pederasty (Sappho, Alcaeus, Alcman, the Thera graffiti).