- Alcman fl. 620 B.C.
- Alcman fr.26: A Wish for Fame
- hy does the speaker in Alcman's poem wish to be a. Wcerylus?
- THE UNITY OF ALCMAN'S PARTHENEION
- THE UNITY OF ALCMAN'S PARTHENEION. Alcman's great Partheneion (fr.
- Alcman's Partheneionand the Near East
- Alcman's Partheneion has a deserved reputation as an ambiguous and allusive fragment flourished between Greece and the Near East with Alcman's poetry.
- INITIATING THE VIEWER: DEIXIS AND VISUAL PERCEPTION IN
- 75, esp. 59–60).
- CODE, MEMORY Alcman, they say, called her big-eyed, since we
- Alcman, they say, called her big-eyed, since we see the past by our thinking.
- Virgilio y el otoño
- Alcman proclama que hay cuatro estaciones, el verano y el invierno, el otoño y la primavera, «cuando todo está en flor». Los líricos griegos se finan sobre todo en la primera, pero muchos frutos que citan son de otoño.
- Alcman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Alcman (also Alkman; Greek: Ἀλκμάν, gen.: Ἀλκμᾶνος; 7th century BC) was an Ancient Greek choral lyric poet from Sparta.
- Classical E-Text: LYRA GRAECA 1 ALCMAN
- ALCMAN, LIFE Alcman :– A Laconian of Messoa, wrongly called by Crates a Lydian of Sardis. Similarly Sosibius in the 3rd Book of his Treatise on Alcman.
- Alcman: Greek lyric, choral poetry.
- Alcman's choral poem found at Saqqara1 in 1855 will be one of the poems considered.
- ALCMAN on Ancient Sparta
- Jun 14, 2009 The Suda Lexicon, s.v. Alcman: A Laconian of Messoa, wrongly called by Crates a Lydian of Sardis.
- Navigation banner for Diotima (6k). An Introduction to Alkman. From Guy Davenport, 7 Greeks (New Directions, 1995), pages 14-15.
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