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(p. 495) Index

(p. 495) Index

Achilles, 61, 63, 102, 131, 134, 137, 159–60, 165, 257, 258, 288
Adam, 441–42
Aelian, 405
Aelius Aristides, 264–65, 402, 423
Aeschines, 317
Aeschylus, 5, 7, 83, 279–93, 348, 480
Aesop, 83, 398, 400, 405
Aetna. See Etna
Aglaia, 250, 253
ainos (a coded message), 138, 159–71
Aither (Brightness), 135, 211, 230
Akhilleus. See Achilles
Alcaeus, 53, 83
Alciato, Andrea, 434
aletheia (truth), 88, 468
Alexander, Heather, 485
Alexandria
and literary culture, 7, 18, 25, 83, 263, 315, 327–38, 377–79
Algra, K., 353
allegoresis (allegory)
in antiquity, 8–11, 99, 101–2, 139, 159, 226, 229, 232, 234–36, 296, 353–54, 408
in the Byzantine and modern eras, 10–11, 370, 421, 436, 439, 449, 452, 464
allusion, 6, 7, 20, 97, 100, 116, 195–205, 230, 234, 247, 285, 295, 317, 319–22, 328, 334, 336, 351, 363, 387, 396, 434, 436, 440–43, 453, 484, 486, 490, 492. See also intertextuality
American conservatism, 482–83, 492
Amos, 147
Amphidamas, 33, 50, 127, 193, 243, 397. See also Lelantine War
Anacreon, 92, 348
Anaximander, 7, 204, 207–13
anthropomorphism, and the gods, 7, 197, 210, 215–16, 218, 245, 354, 381, 387, 389
aoidoi (singers), 3
apeiron (the unlimited), 207–13
Apollo, 39, 40, 127, 133–34, 250, 254, 257, 284, 290, 296, 299, 332, 378, 381, 386, 388
Ismenios (see Ismenion)
Apollodorus, 328, 419, 422
Apollonius, 325, 336, 348
archē (beginning, origin), 229, 238. See also apeiron
Archilochus, 23, 53, 144, 152, 305–6
Arctinus, 21, 303
Ares, 93, 131, 244, 250, 253–54, 270, 487
Aristophanes, 5, 83, 283–307
Armstrong, R., 462
art, archaic, and Hesiod, 7, 33, 36–40, 243–59
Artemis, 34, 134, 247, 257, 289, 331, 334, 491
Ascra. See Askra
Askra, 1, 17, 19–20, 24, 31–34, 157, 160, 363, 367, 372, 378–81, 491
7th century BCE social and political conditions, 2, 17, 32, 43–44, 47, 49–52, 143–44
weather of, 31
Athena, 90, 116, 120, 128, 134, 182–83, 212, 237, 253, 257, 264, 280, 284, 290, 293, 306, 335, 356, 364, 441–42, 463, 464, 486
Athenaeus, 5, 310, 395, 399, 401
Athenagoras, 226, 229, 231–32, 234, 238, 406–7
Atlas, 102, 111, 148, 286
audiobooks, 492
Babrius. See Aesop
Bacchylides, 261
Bachofen, Johann Jakob, 485
Bacon, Francis, 438
Bade, Josse, 432
Baïf, Antoine de, 435–36
Basil of Caesarea, 413, 424
basilēes (kings, magistrates), 2–3, 43–54, 56n19, 57n20, 82, 145–47, 157, 162–63, 167–68, 171, 325, 337, 401
Bellerophon, 100, 136
Bennett, William J., 492
Bia (Force, Violence), 10, 101, 237, 285, 473
Biē. See Bia
Bion, 431, 436, 447
Birckmann, Johann, 431
Blake, William, 450–51, 456
Blame (Mōmos), 135–36
Boccaccio, 424
Boeotia, 2, 18, 24, 31–40, 44, 53, 491
Bogard Jacques, 435
Boiotia. See Boeotia
Boissard, Jean Jacques, 434
Braque, George, 490–91
Caldwell, R., 11, 464
Callimachus, 325, 328–37, 348, 378, 381, 387
Canevaro, L. G., 83
Catalogue of Women, 96, 194, 243–45, 258, 284, 296–97, 315, 327, 330–31, 338, 347–48, 351, 379–80, 385–87, 388–90, 401, 403, 486
attribution to Hesiod, 5, 6, 18, 25
as mythic narrative, 5
reception of, 1, 331
Cebes, 431
Cerberus, 100, 135
Certamen (“The Contest of Homer and Hesiod”), 5, 26n2, 127–28, 303–4, 306–7, 377–79, 396–98, 401, 408, 453
Cha, Theresa Hak Kyung, 486
Chalcis. See Chalkis
Chalkis, 3, 48, 53, 127, 303, 305. See also Amphidamas
Chamaeleon, 347–48
Chapman, George
English translation of Works and Days, 6, 12, 363, 368–72, 432, 437–39, 447
Chariklo, 257–58
Charites (Graces), 137, 184, 245, 250, 252, 253, 255, 331, 432–33, 439
children’s literature, 481–86
Child’s Introduction to Greek Mythology, A. See Alexander, Heather
Chimaera. See Chimera
Chimera, 135
Chiron, 250
Christian apologists, 5, 12, 225–26, 229, 232, 396, 406–8
Christianity, 5, 6
and Hesiod in the Byzantine period, 413–15, 421, 423
and Hesiod in the Rennaisance and modern periods, 431–44
Chrysippus, 346, 353, 355–57, 358, 399
Chrysoloras, Manuel, 424
Cicero, 350, 433, 447
Clash of the Titans, The (film), 486–87
Clay, J. S., 25, 83, 91, 95, 100, 390
Cleanthes, 353, 355
Clement of Alexandria, 226, 229, 231, 348, 396, 406–9, 432
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 371, 445–46, 448, 452
comic poets’ engagement with Hesiod, 7, 283–307. See also Aristophanes; Cratinus
Conte, G. B., 387
“Contest of Homer and Hesiod.” See Certamen
Cooke, Thomas
English translation of Hesiod, 12, 363, 368, 369–72, 447–48
corpus, Hesiodic. See Hesiod: corpus of
Cratinus, 283, 286, 295, 296, 300–1, 304–7
(p. 497) Creuzer, Friedrich, 451–53, 456
Cronus. See Kronos
Csapo, E., 23
Cyclopes, 100–1, 232, 282, 289
Cynics, 9, 354
Cytherea, 9–10, 289
D’Aulaires’ Book of Greek Myths, 485
Daemons. See demons
Damascius, 226, 228, 229–31
Daneau, Lambert, 435
Dark Summoner (video game), 488
Day (Hēmera), 117, 135, 211, 213, 219, 230, 442
de Certeau, M., 470, 472, 473
de Ste. Croix, G. E. M., 46
Deimos (Terror), 253
deixis (pointing language), 147–51, 160, 163, 169
Delos, 127–28, 153
demons / daimones, 12, 400, 407, 414, 438–39, 449, 451
Derrida, J., 465, 470–73
Derveni commentator, 8, 9, 226–29, 232, 238
Detienne, M., 11, 116, 468–71, 473
diachrony, 2, 65, 466, 470. See also temporality
Dicaearchus, 347
diction, poetic. See Hesiod: poetics of
Dio Chrysostom, 348–49, 398
Dionysius of Halicarnassus, 92
Dionysos, 236, 250, 252, 255, 364, 453–53
Dionysus. See Dionysos
divine inspiration, of Hesiod. See Theogony: Dichterweihe
Do Not Open! The Story of Pandora’s Box. See Holub, Joan
Doris, 245, 249, 491
Dunciad, 372, 448
Dusnomia (Bad Governance), 87–89, 91, 195, 200–1. See also Eunomia
Echidna, 135–36, 439
Eileithyia, 253
Eirene (Peace), 10, 88, 90–92, 178, 200–1, 214, 216, 219, 306, 307, 442, 464
Elpis (Hope), 138, 405, 442, 481
Elton, Charles, 363, 368–72, 373n8, 448–51
Empedocles, 83, 299, 302, 351, 377, 382, 387, 400
English Renaissance, 437–40
Enlightenment, 446–52
epic catalogue poetry. See catalogues
Epicureans, 7, 8, 343–44, 349–52, 403
Epicurus, 9, 344, 349–50, 352
Epimenides, 83, 225, 262, 299, 400
Erasmus, Desiderius, 11–12, 13, 433–35
Erebos (Darkness), 135, 210–11, 228, 230
Erinyes (Furies), 101, 135, 284, 289–90, 293
Eris / eris (Strife, Discord), 10, 20, 135, 151–53, 162–63, 164, 166, 168–69, 171, 179, 219, 230, 292–93, 365, 367, 381, 434, 436, 454, 463, 472
and her children, 86–92, 99, 219, 230
Eros (Love), 10, 111, 135, 209–11, 221, 228, 230, 231, 297–98, 353, 370, 381–82, 386, 432, 462
Estienne, Henri, 431, 435, 437
etiology, 112–13, 115, 118, 329–32, 345, 398, 400, 439
Etna, 270–71, 274, 425
etymologia (etymology), 9, 121, 236, 319, 344, 353–56, 377, 386
use by Hesiod, 9–10, 68, 70–71, 85, 88–89, 99, 164, 377
Eudemos, 226, 228, 344, 347
Eumelus, 21
Eunomia (Good Governance), 87–89, 91, 178, 442, 464
poem by Solon, 194–204
See also Dusnomia
Euripides, 92, 282–83, 297, 303, 306–7, 424
Eurynome, 91, 245, 250, 252
Eve, 432, 442
Faerie Queene, 439–40
festivals, 3, 350, 383, 388, 398, 403
occasion for performance of the Theogony, 3, 83, 143–44, 146, 158, 160, 168, 313–14
(p. 498) Ficino, Marsilio, 432–33
Field, Richard, 437
Flaubert, Gustav, 445–46, 452
Flaxman, John, 450–51, 456
Fletcher, Angus, 491
formulaic expressions, 3–4, 65, 68, 149, 216, 379, 387. See also Hesiod: poetics of
Foucault, M., 467–73
François Vase, 245, 252, 254–56, 258
Fränkel, H., 2
Frankenstein, 449
French Renaissance, 435–37
Freud, S., 10–11, 12, 461–64, 473–74
Furies. See Erinyes
Gale, M., 351–52
Galen, 355–56
Gagarin, M., 22
Ge. See Gaia
Geller-Goad, T., 487–88
gender
male and female interrelationships 5, 8, 120, 135, 175–87, 231, 233, 379–80, 382, 384, 463–64
Georgicks of Hesiod, 12, 368, 437
Geryon. See Geryoneus
Geryoneus, 135–36, 439
Giants, 98, 101, 135, 233–34, 235, 236, 289, 385, 439–40
Gigantomachy. See Giants
Giraldi, Lillio, 433
Godwin, William, 449
Golding, William, 485–86
Gombrich, E., 433
Gorgons, 112, 135
Graces. See Charites
Graiai, 135
Graziosi, B., 397
Great Ehoiai. See Megalae Ehoeae
Great Panathenaea. See Panathenaia
Hades, 256, 481–82, 487
Halliwell, S., 345
Harder, A., 329, 336–37
Harmonia, 253
Harpies, 135
Hebe (Youth), 93, 252–53
Hecate. See Hekate
Heinsius, Daniel, 418, 431, 436–37
Hekate, 111, 137, 178, 184, 237
Hekatonkheires. See Hundred-Handers
Helen, 244, 262, 379, 386
Hephaestus, 182, 247, 250, 252–53, 280, 282, 285, 404, 480
Hephaistos. See Hephaestus
Heracles. See Herakles
Heraclitus, 4, 83, 219–20, 262
Herakleion, 31, 37–39
Herakles, 37–39, 100, 136, 231, 233, 244, 246, 248–49, 253, 263, 280–81, 283–85, 287, 306, 307, 348, 422, 489
sanctuary of (see Herakleion)
Hercules. See Herakles
Hercules (film), 489–90
Hermann, Johann Gottfried, 451–52
Herodotus, 2, 21–22, 36–37, 128, 150, 225
Hesiod
and archaic Boiotian context, 2, 31–40, 43–54
in Athenian education, 311, 314–15
autobiographical remarks, 2, 17–21, 24, 82, 143, 152–54, 177–79, 380, 389 (see also persona)
and the Byzantine school curriculum, 414
dating of, 21–24
editio princeps (Aldus Manutius) of, 425
and genealogies, 4, 84–92, 96–98, 100, 102–4, 113, 135, 168, 218, 230, 265, 296, 319, 326, 433, 439, 466 (see also etymologia; personification)
(p. 499) as “Indo-European poet,” 4, 61–74
manuscripts in the Byzantine period of, 415–17
and orality, 2–4, 17–18, 20, 23–24, 68, 81, 84, 131, 143, 329
and performance, 3, 143–74 (see also rhapsoidoi)
socio-economic climate, 22, 44–54
and theology, 2, 7, 125–39
truth and falsehood, 82, 177, 472 (see also aletheia)
Vita Hesiodi, 417
and women, 96, 104, 129, 175–87, 382–84 (see also misogyny)
Hesperides, 99, 135, 287
Hestia, 256–58
Hieronymus, 226, 229, 231, 347–48
Hoekstra, A., 17, 23
Holub, Joan, 481
Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite, 84
Homeric Hymn to Apollo, 128, 155
Homeric Hymn to Demeter, 256
Homeric Hymn to Hermes, 84, 258
Homeric Hymns, 3, 69, 83, 84, 125, 134
Horace, 84, 433
Horae. See Horai
Horai (Seasons or Hours), 88–89, 134, 137, 178, 252, 255, 365, 439, 441–42. See also Eunomia; Dike; Eirene
Humanism, 6, 11, 424–25, 431–43
Hundred-Handers, 89, 100–2, 104, 137, 232, 237, 283, 289, 488–89
Hunter, R., 5–6, 54, 92, 326, 332, 337, 338, 339n10, 395, 401
hybris. See hubris
Hydra, 100, 135–36
hymn(s)
of Pindar, 261–65
Theogony as, 3, 50, 84, 92, 113–15, 132–33, 145
Works and Days as, 169–70
“Hymn to the Muses”
of Solon, 194–95, 199–203
Ibycus, 262
Iliad, 19, 22, 24, 61–63, 82, 83, 85, 89, 95, 97, 99, 102, 104, 143, 159, 160, 165, 228, 229, 252–53, 290, 298, 314, 330, 335, 378, 379, 397, 419, 438, 442, 472
Catalogue of Ships, 31–32, 97, 148
Shield of Achilles, 45–46, 154n3, 162, 247
See also Homer
Immortals, The (film). See Singh, Tarsem
Indo-European, 130, 165. See also Hesiod: as “Indo-European poet”
inscriptions, 36, 37, 53, 57n5, 57n19, 154n5
intertextuality, 261–75, 290, 300, 304, 306, 380, 422. See also allusion
Irenaeus, 407
Iris, 135, 256
Iron Age (Fifth Race), 6, 25, 118–20, 138, 144, 166, 199–201, 330–31, 335, 352, 384–85, 402, 437, 491
Irvine, R. P., 372, 373n3
Ismenion, 31, 34–38
Italian Humanism, 424–25
Italian Neoplatonism, 432–33
Jaeger, W., 203–4
Janko, R., 23–24
Jason, 258
justice. See dikē
Kadmos, 32, 36, 253
Kalliope, 253–54
Keep a Lid on It, Pandora! See McMullan, Kate
Kirk, G., 85
Kirk, Russell, 482–85
Kleitias. See François Vase
(p. 500) Kõiv, M., 21, 22
Koning, H., 203, 325–28, 332, 395, 479–80
Kratos / kratos (Might, Force), 10, 101, 237, 285, 472–73
Kyknos, 244
Kypria 245, 258
Lactantius, 406–7
Lamp, Charles, 371
Lampon, 268–69
Landino, Cristophoro, 432–33
Last Man, The, 449
Le Blanc, Richard, 435
Le Jeune Martin, 435
Lee, K. J., 486
Lear, J., 463
Lelantine War, 17, 19, 21
Lévi-Strauss, C., 10–11, 12, 466–67
Lewin, Albert, 483–84
Lies (Pseudea), 87–88, 91, 135, 151, 230, 463
Lord, A., 3
Lord of Arcana (video game), 489
Lovelock, James, 485–86
Lucian, 5, 12, 395–96, 398, 401–5, 408
Lucretius, 344, 350–52, 363
Luther, Martin, 12
Macaulay, Thomas Babington, 455–56
Maia, 214, 258
Mantiklos Apollo, 37
Marsilio, M. S., 20
Maximus of Tyre, 398, 403
McMullan, Kate, 481–83
Mecone. See Mekone
Medici, Lorenzo de’, 432
Megacleides, 347–48
Megalae Ehoeae, 26, 263, 401. See also Hesiod: corpus of
Megami Tensei (video game) 489
Mekone, 113, 279, 389, 404–5, 453
Melanchthon, Philip, 6, 12, 431, 433–38
Menander Rhetor, 92
Menelaos, 244
Merkelbach, R., 88
Metis / mētis (wisdom, cunning), 8, 85, 89, 116–17, 120, 130, 137, 184, 186, 212, 231, 237, 239, 253, 263–64, 284, 355, 408, 441, 463, 469–70, 472, 485
Millett, P., 50
Milton, John, 5, 13, 82, 125, 432, 440–43, 446, 448
misogyny, 4, 44–54, 175–76, 380, 438, 480–83, 485
Mnemosyne (Memory), 4, 61, 69, 465, 468
Moirai (Destinies), 99, 134–36, 252, 255, 263, 290, 296, 439
monotheism, 7, 125, 215–16, 238
monsters / monstrous, 85, 89, 100, 135–37, 230–31, 235, 246, 270–75, 283, 300, 439, 442, 486–89
Moschopoulos, Manuel, 419, 422
Moschus, 431, 436, 447
Moses, 238–39, 432, 435
Mt. Helicon. See Mt. Helikon
Mt. Helikon, 18, 31, 33–34, 44, 82, 98, 109, 111, 132, 147, 179, 187, 217, 243, 305, 311, 414, 432, 480
Murray, Les, 491
Musaeus, 319, 368, 431, 436
Musaeus Grammaticus, 431
Mutterrecht. See Bachofen, Johann Jakob
“Myth of the Races.” See Works and Days: “Myth of the Races”
Mythic Warriors (TV series), 480–81
mythic narrative, 5, 11
nationalism, 371, 373, 447, 455–56
(p. 501) Near-eastern analogues and sources, 12, 22–23, 53, 62–65, 68, 71, 144, 147, 152, 165
Neikos / neikos (Quarrel), 87–88, 90, 144–46, 151, 166, 178, 463–64
Nemean Lion, 100, 135
Nemesis, 91, 135
Neoplatonists, 8, 226, 234, 235–36, 238, 370, 418, 432–33
Nereids, 99, 136, 148, 245, 440, 491
Nereus, 87–89, 135–36, 248–49. See also Nereids
Nessus, 38, 40
Nicander, 325, 328–29, 333–38, 431
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 10, 12, 451–55
Night (Nux), 86, 91, 98, 99, 101, 117, 135, 151, 209–13, 219, 220, 228, 230, 234, 238, 244, 290, 297–98, 368, 433, 438, 439, 442–43
O’Connor, George, 480, 485–86, 489
Oath (Orkos), 87–88, 92n4, 99, 290, 368
Obbink, D., 351
Ocean. See Okeanos
Oceanids, 99, 244–45, 279
Odyssey, 3, 19, 22, 46, 63, 82, 83, 85, 99, 104, 159, 169, 253, 280, 301, 335, 368, 389, 399, 438, 441. See also Homer
Okeanos (Ocean), 131, 133, 135–37, 211, 229, 244–50, 253, 258, 285–86, 381, 424.
See also Tethys
Old Age (Gēras), 135
Olympians, The. See O’Connor, George
Olympus, 3, 4, 5, 83, 85, 88, 90, 91, 98, 103, 111, 121, 134, 147, 176, 253, 440, 463
orality of poetry. See Hesiod: and orality
Orphics
Orphic Rhapsodes, 226–29, 231, 234–35, 238
Orphic theogonies and cosmogonies, 7, 225–40, 387
Orphic tradition and Hesiod, 83, 92. See also Orphics: Orphic theogonies and cosmogonies
Ouranos (Sky, Heaven), 9–10, 98, 100–1, 103, 109, 112, 114, 116–17, 120, 132–33, 135, 137, 212, 228, 230–37, 244, 318, 321, 365, 381, 433, 442, 449, 485
Ovid, 1, 5, 83, 91, 370, 377–90, 405, passim
Panathenaia, 143, 313–14
Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (film). See Lewin, Albert
Panedes, King, 5, 379, 397–98
Panhellenism, 2, 143, 146–47, 153, 158, 160–61, 164, 165, 168, 170–71, 187, 245, 302, 313
Panofsky, E., 434, 457
Paradise Lost, 13, 82, 125, 440–43
Parmenides, 5, 83, 213, 220
Parry, M., 3
Pegasus, 100
Peleus, 245–59, 285
Peripatetics, 7, 226, 343–49
Persephone, 184, 256
Perseus, 100, 136, 164, 486–87, 492
personification, 4, 7, 10, 85, 88, 90, 135, 167, 218, 230, 231, 237, 245, 253, 296, 320, 364, 365, 377, 386, 389, 436, 469. See also etymologia; Hesiod: and geneaologies
Petrarch, 424
Pherecydes. See Pherekydes
Pherekydes, 83, 225, 287
Philodemus, 344, 350, 350–51, 352, 353, 356, 377, 387
Philostratus, 395, 398
Philotes / philotēs (sexual intercourse, social alliance), 85, 89, 91, 159
Philyra, 258
Phocylides, 314, 406, 431
Phorkys and Keto, 100
physikoi (those concerned with the nature of things) , 7
Pindar, 2, 4, 7, 83, 164, 261–75, 284, 285, 288, 325, 419
(p. 502) Pletho (George Gemistos), 415
Plutarch, 5, 193, 228, 229, 238, 356, 395–87, 399–401, 404, 406, 435, 455, 418
polis formation, 32
polytheism, 7, 12, 125, 216, 413–14, 490
Pontids, 135–36
Pontos (Sea), 87, 98, 135, 230, 235. See also Pontids
Pope, Alexander, 12, 372, 447–48
Porter, Peter, 491
Poseidon, 133–34, 231, 250, 252, 285, 299, 351, 390
Posidonius, 357
Praxiphanes, 347–48
pre-Socratics, 8, 83, 207–23, 407
Proclus, 8, 226, 235–36, 418, 436
Prodicus, 5, 298, 315
Prometheus, 7, 12, 82, 89, 97, 99, 102–3, 111–12, 113, 120, 137–38, 151, 180–82, 214, 279–88, 296, 298–300, 331, 370, 421, 423, 461, passim
Protestant Reformation, 433–35
Psellus, Michael, 421, 422
Pucci, P., 11, 95, 471–72
Pythagoras, 9, 264, 302, 431–32
Pythagoreans. See Pythagoras
“Quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns,” 448
Quintilian, 91, 92, 275, 401
Quintus of Smyrna, 404
Ramilli, I., 358
rationalism, 7–8
Redfield, J., 175–77, 181, 183–84, 186
Renaissance, 4, 5, 11, 13. See also Christianity; reception of Hesiodic poetry
rhapsodoi (composers, reciters), 3, 18, 81, 83, 126–27, 133, 143–44, 150–54, 158, 161, 167, 169, 170, 311, 313–14, 316
Rhea, 70, 84, 102, 112, 120, 129, 135, 184, 232–33, 256
Rheia. See Rhea
Ronsard, Pierre de, 436
Rosen, R. M., 20
Rufus, Musonius, 398
Sackville-West, Vita, 372–73
sacred texts, 125, 225–40, 435
Sappho, 92, 348
Saussure, F. de, 466–67
scholia, Hesiodic, 1, 281–82, 418, 422
Scully, S., 178, 386
Second Sophistic, 5, 395–406
Segal, C., 11
Semonides, 23
Seneca, 357
Sextus Empiricus, 357
Shelley, Mary, 447–49
Shield of Herakles, 5, 25–26, 46, 96, 244, 328, 348, 368, 436, 448
Sibylline Oracles, 406, 408
Sider, D., 351
Singh, Tarsem, 488
Sistakou, E., 325, 326
Snell, B., 264
Solmsen, F., 203–4, 312
Solon, 4, 7, 83, 193–205, 262, 314
Sophilos, 244–59
Spenser, Edmund, 372, 439–40
Sphinx, 100
Spondanus, Johannes, 6, 12, 436
Sponde, Jean de. See Spondanus, Johannes
Stesichore, 255
Stesichorus, 22, 262, 348, 350, 355
Stoics, 5, 7, 8, 9, 343–44, 352–58, 398–99, 404, 407–8. See also monotheism
Strife. See Eris / eris
structuralism, 12, 465–74
Swedenborg, Emanuel, 450–51
Swedenborgianism. See Swedenborg
Symposium of the Seven Sages, 397, 399–400
synchrony, 65, 69. See also temporality
Tartara. See Tartaros
Tartaros, 65, 104, 135, 210–11, 228, 237, 347
Tartarus. See Tartaros
temporality, 109–22, 380, 492
cyclical, 117–21
synchronic, 109–15, 118–21
Tethys, 100–1, 133–34, 148, 228, 253, 296, 440
Thalmann, W., 85
Theagenes of Rhegium, 8
use of allegory, 8
Thebes, 31–32, 34–40, 130
Themis, 88, 91, 93, 134, 178, 182, 212, 214, 219, 237, 251–53, 263–64, 285, 287, 292, 442, 490
(p. 503) Theocritus, 325, 336, 403, 431, 436
Theognis, 16, 183, 314
theogonies, alternative, 170. See also Orphics: Orphic theogonies and cosmogonies
Theogony (Th), 1, 11
and basilēes (see basilēes)
commentaries in the Byzantine period, 420–21
Dichterweihe, 4, 17, 19, 61, 64, 67–69, 82, 109, 127, 147, 154–55, 168. (see also Hesiod)
and festivals (see festivals)
first translated into English (Thomas Cooke), 12
first translated into Latin (Bonino Mombrozio), 425
genre, 3 (see also hymn(s): Theogony as)
“Hymn to the Muses,” 4, 61–74, 98, 109–15, 127, 129, 131–32, 177–78, 194–203, 305, 407
as mythic narrative, 5
nautilia, 20
theologoi (theologians), 7, 125, 347
theology, Hesiodic. See Hesiod: and theology
Theophilus, 406–8
Theophrastus, 346, 351
Theopompus, 405
Thespiae. See Thespiai
Thespiai, 2, 32, 46, 48, 50–53, 55n3, 160
Tigurino, Frisius, 437
time. See temporality
Titanomachy. See Titans
Titēnes. See Titans
Triclinius, Demetrius, 417, 419, 421
Trincavelli, Vittore, 418, 420, 425, 431
Trojan War, 5, 20, 22, 32, 36, 96, 116, 130, 134, 286, 378–79, 389, 399, 402
Troy, 43, 62, 263. See also Trojan War
Typhoeus, 64–65, 90, 104, 120, 137, 214, 233, 237, 270–75, 286, 386, 440, 463
Typhon. See Typhoeus
Typhos. See Typhoeus
Tyrtaeus, 23
Tzetzes, John, 418–19, 431, 436
Uden, J., 398
Valley of the Muses, 31–33, 44, 51, 53, 54, 86
Van Noorden, H., 390
Vasunia, P., 455
Vergil. See Virgil
Vernant, J.-P., 11, 116, 466–67, 469–71, 472, 473
video games, 488
Vlastos, G., 203–4
Voltaire, 446–47, 449
West, M. L., 2, 19, 22, 53, 62, 70, 84, 187, 226, 233, 415, 418
Wills, G., 369
Winterton, Ralph, 437
Works and Days (WD)
and basilēes, 2–3, 45–49, 162–63. See also basilēes and dike
commentaries in the Byzantine period, 418–20
“Discourse on Justice,” 194–95, 200–1
and farming, 1, 5, 12, 45–49, 364–68, 382–83
first translated into English (George Chapman), 6, 12, 363, 368–72
first translated into Latin (Niccolò Della Valle), 424
hawk and nightingale, fable of 71, 180–81
“Myth of the Races,” 12, 32, 82, 97, 117–19, 130, 138, 179, 235, 299–300, 301, 326, 331, 343, 347, 352, 384–85, 396, 402, 404–5
(p. 504)
as only authentic Hesiodic text, 6, 18, 397, 401
and peace, 5, 90–91
popularity in the Renaissance, 11
proem, 169, 454
“Two Roads,” 315–16, 396, 404, 407
Wrath of the Titans, The (film), 487
Xenophanes, 4, 7, 8, 12, 126–27, 207, 213–19, 262, 377, 387
Xenophon, 5, 54, 315
Zanetti, Bartolomeo, 425, 431
Zeno, 352–53, 354