Connections for Further Study: Hippolytus, telos, and Bridal Songs
|February 24, 2015||Filled under Connections for Further Study, Featured||
Many community members have been reading Gregory Nagy’s latest commentary about God-Hero Antagonism in the in the Hippolytus of Euripides on the Classical Inquiries website.
Below are some resources for additional study inspired by that post.
Two other works by Euripides on CHS website:
Other texts and videos by/featuring Olga Levaniouk on CHS websites:
Image: detail from Marcianus Graecus Z. 454 (= 822) (Venetus A), folio 35r showing the beginning of Iliad lines 547-548. At the center of the middle line you can see the phrase διὸς θυγάτηρ ‘daughter of Zeus’, although here it refers to Athena. Below is a close up.