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Fri Mar 21 17:08:15 2014 UTClccn-n500581800.35Die Lieder des Bakchylides0.730.94Die griechischen Lyriker. Griechisch mit metrischer Uebersetzung und prüsenden und erklärenden Anmerkungen,261224558Bacchylidesn 5005818092761B.BacchilideBacchilide 0518?-0450? av. J.-C.Bacchilide, c. 505-c. 450 a.CBacchilide, ca 520-ca 440 př. Kr.Bacchilide di Ceo v505-v450Bacchilide, f. ca 510 f.Kr.Bacchilide v505-v450Bacchylide.Bacchylide, ca. 505-ca.450 v.C.Bacchylide de Céos v505-v450Bacchylide de Kéos v505-v450Bacchylides 0518?-0450? av. J.-C.Bacchylides, ca 520-ca 440 př. Kr.Bacchylides Ceus v505-v450Bacchylides de Céos.Bacchylides Lyr.Bacchylides LyricusBacchylides Lyricus v505-v450Bacchylidis, ca 520-ca 440 př. Kr.BachilidesBacquílidesBakchýlidesBakchylides, ca. 505-ca.450 v.C.Bakchylides Chorlyriker v505-v450Bakchylides, f. ca 510 f.Kr.Bakchylides Neffe des Simonides v505-v450Bakchylidēs v505-v450Bakchylides von Keos v505-v450Bakchylides z Keos.BakhulidêsBakkhulidêsBakkhulídēs 0518?-0450? av. J.-C.BaquílidesBaquílides de CeosBaquilides v505-v450BακχυλíδηςVakchylidēsVakchylidēs, ca 520-ca 440 př. Kr.Vakchylídīs 0518?-0450? av. J.-C.Vakhilid.ΒακχυλiδηςΒακχυλίδης 0518?-0450? av. J.-C.lccn-n79138879Pindaranthnradplccn-n85288028Maehler, Herwigothcmmtrlauiedtcrelccn-n86046008Blass, Friedrich1843-1907aftadpedtlccn-n81116818Snell, Bruno1896-1986edtcrelccn-n99257734Morgan, Catherine1961-edtlccn-n82117981Hornblower, Simonedtlccn-n50012046Fagles, Robertauitrllccn-n50039216Jebb, R. C.(Richard Claverhouse)1841-1905prftrledtlccn-no2004049789Stenger, Janlccn-n80065540Parry, Adam1928-1971BacchylidesPoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyGlossaries, vocabularies, etcDictionariesBacchylidesLaudatory poetry, GreekGreeceGamesAthleticsMythology, GreekAthletesPindarOdesManuscripts, Greek (Papyri)Odes, GreekGreek poetryGnomic poetry, GreekAthletes in literatureAthletics in literatureGames in literatureLiteraturePythian odes (Pindar)SapphoAlcmanGreek literaturePlutarchSophoclesPoets, GreekGreek languageLanguage and languagesBlass, Friedrich,Süss, Wilhelm,Snell, Bruno,Simonides,Epinicia (Bacchylides)Lyric poetryManuscripts, Greek15591560156615671568158515861598160016121614162416261797181118211822182318781880188818901894189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191619211923192619281929193319341936193719391940194119491950195219561958195919611962196419651966196719681969197019711976197819791980198219831984198519861987198819891992199319941995199719981999200020022003200420062007200820092010201320149650325955884.9PA3943ocn441771807ocn444001973ocn185602664ocn457227074ocn185255202885153ocn221806852book18980.73BacchylidesBacchylidis carmina cum fragmentisCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryVerzen van de Griekse lyrische dichter Bacchylides van Keos (± 505 - 450 v.Chr.) met inleiding en noten in het Latijn32351ocn000355142book18980.86BacchylidesCarmina cum fragmentisCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry+-+116662340830518ocn052559183book19060.76BacchylidesBacchylides : a selectionPoetryThis is a selection of songs of praise and songs for choral performances composed by Bacchylides (c. 520-450 BC)+-+618540670522817ocn003024606book18940.76BacchylidesThe poems of Bacchylides : from a papyrus in the British Museum12812ocn412031627book19930.81BacchylidesDithyrambes, épinicies, fragmentsPoetry12326ocn028678939book19050.70BacchylidesThe poems and fragmentsPoetry956ocn004468985book18970.79BacchylidesThe poems of Bacchylides; facsimile of papyrus DCCXXXIII in the British museumPoetry7710ocn016969055book19690.66SimonidesGedichte425ocn009723791book18980.81BacchylidesLes poèmes de Bacchylide de Céos386ocn075837130book19970.35BacchylidesDie Lieder des BakchylidesPoetry+-+06215695543611ocn490001837book19680.86BacchylidesLieder und FragmentePoetry369ocn697596651com18970.63BacchylidesPoems from a papyrus in the British Museum358ocn614653689book15600.47Carminvm Poetarum nouem, lyricae poeseōs principum fragmenta [Sp. 1:] Alcaei, Sapphvs, Stesichori, Ibyci, [Sp. 2:] Anacreontis, Bacchylidis, Simonidis, Alcmanis, Pindari3512ocn555342539book19070.86BacchylidesEpinici ditirambi e frammenti285ocn022285858book19870.50BacchylidesOdas y fragmentos272ocn009902370book0.94Hartung, J. ADie griechischen Lyriker. Griechisch mit metrischer Uebersetzung und prüsenden und erklärenden Anmerkungen2711ocn016779579book15670.90PindarPindari Olympia ; Pythia ; Nemea ; Isthmia. Caeterorum octo lyricorum carmina : Alcaei, Sapphus, Stesichori, Ibyci, Anacreontis, Bacchylidis, Simonidis, Alcmanis. Nonnulla etiam aliorum268ocn005140810book19050.79BacchylidesBacchylides. The poems and fragmentsBiographyPoetry+-+13693639052613ocn254483954book19610.66BacchylidesComplete poemsPoetry"Discovered in an Egyptian papyrus in 1896, the lyrics of Bacchylides are one of the great treasures of Greek poetry. These exquisite choral odes celebrate victories in the Pythian, Isthmian, Nemean, and Olympic games and chronicle the classical gods and heroes, eloquently revealing to us the spirit and world of Golden Age Greece. The poems are brilliantly translated by Robert Fagles, recently hailed by Garry Wills in the New Yorker as "the best living translator of ancient Greek drama, lyric poetry, and epic into modern English." First published in 1961, the book now includes a new translator's note by Fagles."--BOOK JACKET+-+17002555853242511ocn059116340book18970.47BacchylidesThe poems of Bacchylides6816ocn320912532com20070.56Hornblower, SimonPindar's poetry, patrons, and festivals from archaic Greece to the Roman EmpireCriticism, interpretation, etcA collection of essays, by a stellar team of authors, about the praise (|epinikian') poetry of the classical poets Pindar and Bacchylides. The social and physical, as well as the literary, background to these poems celebrating athletic victory is explored in light of the latest archaeological and sociological insights. - ;Ancient sport made a huge if indirect contribution to the literature of ancient Greece, since some sixty poems by Pindar and Bacchylides ('epinikian odes'), written to commemorate victories, survive from the Classical period. This book is a collection of essays about that lit+-+87214744655875ocn001808879book19610.66BacchylidesComplete poemsPoetry"Discovered in an Egyptian papyrus in 1896, the lyrics of Bacchylides are one of the great treasures of Greek poetry. These exquisite choral odes celebrate victories in the Pythian, Isthmian, Nemean, and Olympic games and chronicle the classical gods and heroes, eloquently revealing to us the spirit and world of Golden Age Greece. The poems are brilliantly translated by Robert Fagles, recently hailed by Garry Wills in the New Yorker as "the best living translator of ancient Greek drama, lyric poetry, and epic into modern English." First published in 1961, the book now includes a new translator's note by Fagles."--BOOK JACKET+-+17002555853245283ocn607246293file20040.47Stenger, JanPoetische Argumentation die Funktion der Gnomik in den Epinikien des BakchylidesCriticism, interpretation, etcThis is the first time that the Gnomai in the victory songs of the Greek choral lyricist Bacchylides have been subjected to systematic critical literary analysis and related to their contemporary historical context. Jan Stenger demonstrates the central significance of the Gnomai for constituting the sense of thevictory song. Bacchylides skilfully adapted his Gnomai to the socialenvironmant and the expectations of his audience+-+72763656683244102ocn010780382book19850.70Burnett, Anne PippinThe art of BacchylidesCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry+-+01119592153243942ocn002283812book19760.70Lefkowitz, Mary RThe Victory ode : an introductionCriticism, interpretation, etc3585ocn252685587file20070.73Fearn, DavidBacchylides politics, performance, poetic traditionCriticism, interpretation, etcThis is an original and wide-ranging study of the Greek lyric poet Bacchylides, exploring his engagement with poetic tradition and evaluating the complex relationship of the poetry to its multiple contexts of performance+-+75006744652534ocn037426387book19980.79Segal, CharlesAglaia : the poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and CorinnaCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this landmark collection of essays, renowned classicist Charles Segal offers detailed analyses of major texts from archaic and early classical Greek poetry; in particular, works of Alcman, Mimnermus, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna. Segal provides close readings of the texts, and then studies the literary form and language of early Greek lyric, the poets' conception of their aims and their art, the use of mythical paradigms, and the relation of the poems to their social context. A recurrent theme is the recognition of the fragility and brevity of mortal happiness and the consciousn+-+21613129352191ocn038130603book19980.86BacchylidesEpinician odes and dithyrambs of BacchylidesPoetryUntil a century ago, the fifth-century Greek poet was known only by 107 nonsequential lines buried as quotations in the writings of other ancient authors. With the discovery in 1896 of a papyrus containing his work, 1,382 lines were reassembled and the poems of Bacchylides finally began to take shape for the modern reader. Slavitt argues in the introduction to this collection that, although Bacchylides is often considered a "lesser Pindar," he is a poet who warrants consideration+-+72998776352153ocn004651233book19090.66Tyrrell, Robert YelvertonEssays on Greek literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc2134ocn004468947book19050.79BacchylidesBacchylides. The poems and fragmentsBiographyPoetry+-+93435535662067ocn009188364book19820.86BacchylidesDie Lieder des BakchylidesCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry+-+06215695541682ocn000607719book19700.86Calder, William MPindaros und BakchylidesCriticism, interpretation, etc1594ocn011329190book19840.86Gerber, Douglas ELexicon in BacchylidemGlossaries, vocabularies, etcDictionaries1444ocn027832960book19930.81BacchylidesDithyrambes, épinicies, fragmentsPoetry1392ocn042352839book19990.88One hundred years of Bacchylides : proceedings of a colloquium held at the Vrije Universiteit AmsterdamCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+27018380541342ocn045565269book20000.88Bakchylides : 100 Jahre nach seiner WiederentdeckungCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings1183ocn005667423book19680.86BacchylidesLieder und FragmentePoetry1132ocn301882906book20090.93BacchylidesThe victory poemsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry+-+3672448036871ocn601012592book20100.93BacchylidesFive Epinician odes (3, 5, 9, 11, 13)Criticism, interpretation, etcPoetryThe fifth-century BC Greek lyric poet Bacchylides, like his contemporary Pindar, composed epinician odes celebrating victories in the Olympian, Pythian, Isthmian, and Nemean Games--occasions of immense political, cultural, and religious significance in the Hellenic world. Fourteen of Bacchylides' epinician odes survive wholly or in part. This volume covers the five that have come down to us in the fullest form; they have great importance for the study of epinician poetry in particular and of early fifth-century lyric in general+-+4700570545825ocn008979277book18980.79Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, Ulrich vonBakchylides+-+6185406705+-+6185406705Fri Mar 21 16:06:33 EDT 2014batch38008