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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52989
Doc. No:TL22943
Call number:‭MR60758‬
Main Entry:Peter John Miller
Title & Author:Alcman's “Partheneion” and the Near EastPeter John Miller
College:University of Victoria (Canada)
Date:2009
Degree:M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:107
Abstract:Alcman's Partheneion has a deserved reputation as an ambiguous and allusive fragment of Greek poetry; it has engendered a great amount of debate regarding every facet of the poem. This thesis investigates the ritual context and the propitiated deity of the Partheneion from an inter-cultural perspective. I integrate the relationship which flourished between Greece and the Near East with Alcman's poetry. This approach aims to situate the poem in the larger world of the Eastern Mediterranean and connect it to traditions of female goddesses worshiped in biblical Israel, Phoenicia and ancient Babylon. I also demonstrate that there are connections between the ritual context of Alcman's poetry, sung and danced by a chorus of young women, to similar cults celebrated by cultures throughout the Near East, both contemporaneous as well as more ancient.
Subject:Social sciences; Language, literature and linguistics; Greece; Classical studies; 0294:Classical studies; 0434:Classical Studies
Added Entry:University of Victoria (Canada)