A Commentary on Homer's Odyssey, Volume 2: Books IX-XVI by Alfred Heubeck, Arie Hoekstra

By Alfred Heubeck, Arie Hoekstra

This second publication of a observation compiled via a world staff of students comprises an creation discussing past examine at the Odyssey, its relation to the Iliad, the epic dialect, and the transmission of the textual content.

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Risch, Wortbildung, 194): here it has a transferred meaning, 'equal to the food of the gods'; cf. D. v. 36o. auns tropov: aon> lyw is the better attested reading; cf. van_ der Valk, Textual Criticism, 68; Stanford ad loc. is unconvincing; Ruijgh, Eliment, 46. 362. vas, lit. 'the wine stole around the Cyclops and in particular his senses'; cf. xvii 261, ll. x I 39; S. Laser, Hermes, lxxxvi (1958), 395-7· :J64-'7· Odysseus gives his name as OJn>, 'No one' (ov n>) and thus happens on a means to trick the Cyclops (414).

358· = i l l . 35g. tropM (from pfrrvvfLL: cf. Risch, Wortbildung, 194): here it has a transferred meaning, 'equal to the food of the gods'; cf. D. v. 36o. auns tropov: aon> lyw is the better attested reading; cf. van_ der Valk, Textual Criticism, 68; Stanford ad loc. is unconvincing; Ruijgh, Eliment, 46. 362. vas, lit. 'the wine stole around the Cyclops and in particular his senses'; cf. xvii 261, ll. x I 39; S. Laser, Hermes, lxxxvi (1958), 395-7· :J64-'7· Odysseus gives his name as OJn>, 'No one' (ov n>) and thus happens on a means to trick the Cyclops (414).

There isn't anyone trying tO kill me by treachery, and there is no violence being used against me'; (cf. Ruijgh, n epique, I90-I). They respond on the assumption El ... fL~ T{> aE {Jui,Emt, 'if there is no one assaulting you ... ' To highlight the misunderstanding, d ov, which we would normally expect with an indic. ~n> (414); cf. J. Podlecki, loc. cit. ), S. L. Schein, loc. cit. ) 79-81. vfL1jT•> which overpowers the giant. ) sent by Zeus, and there is no way (oiJ nw> ean; on the construction see Chantraine, Grammaire, ii 305) anyone can escape that.

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