Bibliographical Abbreviations

ABV = Beazley, J. 1956. Attic Black-Figure Vase Painters. Oxford.
BA = Nagy, G. 1999. The Best of the Achaeans: Concepts of the Hero in Archaic Greek Poetry. Rev. ed. with new intro. Baltimore (available online).
DELG = Chantraine, P. 2009. Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue grecque: histoire des mots. Ed. J. Taillardat, O. Masson, and J.-L. Perpillou. With a supplement Chroniques d’étymologie grecque 1–10. Ed. A. Blanc, Ch. de Lamberterie, and Jean-Louis Perpillou. Paris.
EH = Nagy, G. 2006. “The Epic Hero.” Expanded version of “The Epic Hero.” A Companion to Ancient Epic (ed. J. M. Foley) 71–89. Oxford, 2005 (available online).
FGH = Jacoby, F. 1923–58. Die Fragmente der griechischen Historiker. 3 vols. Berlin.
GM = Nagy, G. 1990b. Greek Mythology and Poetics. Ithaca, NY (available online).
H24H = Nagy, G. 2013. The Ancient Greek Hero in 24 Hours. Cambridge, MA.
HC = Nagy, G. 2009. Homer the Classic. Hellenic Studies 36. Cambridge, MA and Washington, DC (available online).
HPC = Nagy, G. 2010. Homer the Preclassic. Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA (available online).
HQ = Nagy, G. 1996b. Homeric Questions. Austin, TX (available online).
HR = Nagy, G. 2003. Homeric Responses. Austin, TX.
HTL = Nagy, G. 2004a. Homer’s Text and Language. Urbana and Chicago.
IG = Deutsche akademie der Wissenschaften. 1873–. Inscriptiones Graecae. Berlin.
LSJ = Liddell, H. G., R. Scott, and H. S. Jones. 1940. A Greek-English Lexicon. 9th ed. Oxford.
MW = Fragmenta Hesiodea. Ed. R. Merkelbach and M. West. 1967. Oxford.
PH = Nagy, G. 1990a. Pindar’s Homer: The Lyric Possession of an Epic Past. Baltimore (available online).
PMG = Page, D. L. 1962. Poetae Melici Graeci. Oxford.
PP = Nagy, G. 1996a. Poetry as Performance: Homer and Beyond. Cambridge (available online).
PR = Nagy, G. 2002. Plato’s Rhapsody and Homer’s Music: The Poetics of the Panathenaic Festival in Classical Athens. Cambridge, MA and Athens (available online).
SEG = Gieben, J. C., et al. 1923–. Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum. Amsterdam.

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Nagy, G. 1990b. Greek Mythology and Poetics. Ithaca NY. Revised paperback edition 1992. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Greek_Mythology_and_Poetics.1990. Corrigenda. On p. 203 between “same line)” and “specified,” insert “of the marital bed; similarly, she ‘recognizes’ (ἀναγνούσῃ xix 250) as sēmata (same line) the clothes…” (in the present printed version, the reference to the marital bed as sēmata at Odyssey xxiii 206 is distorted by a mistaken omission of the wording that needs to be restored here: by haplography, the mention of the marital bed is omitted, and this omission distorts the point being made about the clothes and brooch of Odysseus as sēmata in their own right at xix 250). On p. 214n42, “Pausanias 9.44.44” should be 8.44.4.
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Nagy, G. 2001a. “The Sign of the Hero: A Prologue.” In Berenson Maclean and Aitken 2001:xv–xxxv. The page numbering will be given here in arabic numerals. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.The_Sign_of_the_Hero.2001.
Nagy, G. 2001b. “Reading Bakhtin Reading the Classics: An Epic Fate for Conveyors of the Heroic Past.” Bakhtin and the Classics (ed. R. B. Branham) 71–96. Evanston IL. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Reading_Bakhtin_Reading_the_Classics.2002.
Nagy, G. 2001c. “Homère comme modèle classique pour la bibliothèque antique: les métaphores du corpus et du cosmos.” Des Alexandries I. Du livre au texte (ed. L. Giard and Ch. Jacob) 149–161. Paris.
Nagy, G. 2001d. “Éléments orphiques chez Homère.” Kernos 14:1–9.
Nagy, G. 2002a. Plato’s Rhapsody and Homer’s Music: The Poetics of the Panathenaic Festival in Classical Athens. Cambridge MA / Athens. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Platos_Rhapsody_and_Homers_Music.2002.
Nagy, G. 2002b. “Can Myth Be Saved?” Myth: A New Symposium (ed. G. Schrempp and W. Hansen) 240–248. Bloomington.
Nagy, G. 2003. Homeric Responses. Austin. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homeric_Responses.2003.
Nagy, G. 2004a. Homer’s Text and Language. Urbana and Chicago, IL. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homers_Text_and_Language.2004.
Nagy, G. 2004b. “L’aède épique en auteur: la tradition des Vies d’Homère.” Identités d’auteur dans l’Antiquité et la tradition européenne (ed. C. Calame and R. Chartier) 41–67. Grenoble.
Nagy, G. 2005a. “The Epic Hero.” A Companion to Ancient Epic (ed. J. M. Foley) 71–89. Oxford.
Nagy, G. 2005b. “An Apobatic Moment for Achilles as Athlete at the Festival of the Panathenaia.” Imeros 5:311–317.
Nagy, G. 2006. “The Epic Hero.” Expanded version of Nagy 2005a. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.The_Epic_Hero.2005.
Nagy, G. 2007a. “Lyric and Greek Myth” The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology (ed. R. D. Woodard) 19–51. Cambridge. Updated version available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Lyric_and_Greek_Myth.2007.
Nagy, G. 2007b. “Homer and Greek Myth.” The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology (ed. R. D. Woodard) 52–82. Cambridge. Updated version available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Homer_and_Greek_Myth.2007.
Nagy, G. 2007c. “Did Sappho and Alcaeus Ever Meet?” Literatur und Religion: Wege zu einer mythisch–rituellen Poetik bei den Griechen I (ed. A. Bierl, R. Lämmle, and K. Wesselmann) 211–269. MythosEikonPoiesis 1.1. Berlin and New York.
Nagy, G. 2008|2009. Homer the Classic. Online | Printed version. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homer_the_Classic.2008 | Hellenic Studies 36. Cambridge, MA and Washington, DC.
Nagy, G. 2008a. Greek: An Updating of a Survey of Recent Work. Cambridge, MA and Washington, DC. Updating of Nagy 1972 using original page numbering. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Greek_an_Updating.2008.
Nagy, G. 2008b. “Convergences and Divergences between God and Hero in the Mnesiepes Inscription of Paros.” Archilochus and his Age II (ed. D. Katsonopoulou, I. Petropoulos, S. Katsarou) 259–265. Athens.
Nagy, G. 2009. “Did Sappho and Alcaeus Ever Meet?” 2nd ed. of Nagy 2007c. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Did_Sappho_and_Alcaeus_Ever_Meet.2007.
Nagy, G. 2009|2010. Homer the Preclassic. Online | Printed version. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homer_the_Preclassic.2009 | Berkeley and Los Angeles.
Nagy, G. 2009a. “Hesiod and the Ancient Biographical Traditions.” The Brill Companion to Hesiod (ed. F. Montanari, A. Rengakos, and Ch. Tsagalis) 271–311. Leiden. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Hesiod_and_the_Ancient_Biographical_Traditions.2005
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Nagy, G. 2009c. “The Fragmentary Muse and the Poetics of Refraction in Sappho, Sophocles, Offenbach.” Theater des Fragments: Performative Strategien im Theater zwischen Antike und Postmoderne (ed. A. Bierl, G. Siegmund, Ch. Meneghetti, C. Schuster) 69–102. Bielefeld. Expanded version available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.The_Fragmentary_Muse_and_the_Poetics_of_Refraction.2009.
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Nagy, G. 2010c. “The Meaning of homoios (ὁμοῖος) in Verse 27 of the Hesiodic Theogony and Elsewhere.”Allusion, Authority, and Truth: Critical Perspectives on Greek Poetic and Rhetorical Praxis (ed. P. Mitsis and Ch. Tsagalis) 153–167. Trends in Classics vol. 7. Berlin and New York.
Nagy, G. 2010d. Review of West 2007. Classical Review 60:333–338. Expanded version available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Review_of_ML_West_Indo-European_Poetry_and_Myth.2010.
Nagy, G. 2010e. “The Subjectivity of Fear as Reflected in Ancient Greek Wording.” Dialogues 5:29–45. Expanded version in Nagy 2012a. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.The_Subjectivity_of_Fear.2010.
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Nagy, G. 2011b. “A Second Look at the Poetics of Reenactment in Ode 13 of Bacchylides.” Archaic and Classical Choral Song: Performance, Politics and Dissemination (ed. L. Athanassaki and E. L. Bowie) 173–206. Berlin.
Nagy, G. 2011c. “Diachrony and Case of Aesop.” Classics@. Issue 9: Defense Mechanisms in Interdisciplinary Approaches to Classical Studies and Beyond. Available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Diachrony_and_the_Case_of_Aesop.2011.
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