Nagy, Gregory. 2013. The Ancient Greek Hero in 24 Hours. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_NagyG.The_Ancient_Greek_Hero_in_24_Hours.2013. Abridged edition 2019.
Hour 24. The Hero as savior
The meaning of sōzein and sōtēr
Theseus as a savior for the Athenians
Hour 24 Text A (part of Hour 23 Text A)
A metaphorical use of the word sōzein by Plato’s Socrates
Hour 24 Text B
A metaphorical use of the word sōphrōn in an archaic hymn
Hour 24 Text C
Achilles as saved hero and as savior hero
Hour 24 Text D (part of Hour 11 Text A)
Achilles, hero of the Hellespont
Hour 24 Text E
Hour 24 Text F
There are further implications. By way of metonymy, the klisiā is not only an aspect of the shelter but also the entire shelter. Likewise, the stathmos is not only the post of the shelter but also the entire shelter and everything contiguous with the shelter, including the sēkos. That is how I understand that definition of the stathmos as a herdsman’s ‘station’.