Homeric Orchards and Trees: Metaphors for Origins and Reception — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


Simonides, fr. 6.3 “Simonides said that Hesiod is a gardener while Homer is a garland-weaver—the first planted the legends of the heroes and gods and then the second braided together them the garland of the Iliad and the Odyssey.” Σιμωνίδης τὸν ῾Ησίοδον κηπουρὸν ἔλεγε, τὸν δὲ ῞Ομηρον στεφανηπλόκον, τὸν μὲν ὡς φυτεύσαντα τὰς περὶ θεῶν…

Homeric Orchards and Trees: Metaphors for Origins and Reception — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

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