Alcman (also Alkman; Greek: Ἀλκμάν, gen.: Ἀλκμᾶνος; 7th century BCE) was an Ancient Greek choral lyric poet from Sparta. The racehorses are so exotic as to be otherworldly. Gaps in the papyrus, and the next and fourth column of the song is completely lost. The Louvre Papyrus, our source for the Partheneion, preserves the first column of its text for this song only in the most fragmentary condition. The lengths of the existing columns are 34 lines (i), 34 lines (ii), 33 lines (iii). Close this message to accept cookies or find out how to manage your cookie settings. 1 The strophe, with its metrical pattern abab abab ccddef, may also be construed as our first example of a triad, with strophe, identical antistrophe, and epode. This data will be updated every 24 hours. D’Alessandro, I. 49 This is the normal disjunction, but it is not exclusive. The f???? Ever since the papyrus containing Alcman´s Partheneion was first published in 1863, classical scholars have strived to solve its enigma. Get this from a library! But recently Clay (n. 4) has argued again for the identity of the goddess with Artemis. (n. 6), pp. [ back ] 17. 10.64–5, μγα ἔργον μσαντ᾽ ὠκως/κα πθον δεινν (of the Apharetidae) seems to echo lines 34–5 of the Partheneion, ἄλαστα δ/Ϝργα πσον κακ μησμενοι. Krähn, G. We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. 2 Campbell, D. A., Greek Lyric Poetry2 (Bristol, 1982), p. 195Google Scholar, maintains that ‘Alcman spent little time on the legend’. It is wrongly, or, rather, meaninglessly accented as αὔτα by Calame, Davies (n. 5), and Campbell (n. 6). Vance, Ralph Get this from a library! Kaskel, P. have found their way to a peacefulness that is lovely. Since the publication of Claude Calame's important comparative study on the Greek female chorus, which provides a Guitar, Chris Mason. 7–9.Google Scholar. The Partheneion ‘Maidens’ Song’ of Alcman (PMG 1), performed at a grand public festival in Sparta, on a seasonally-recurring basis, by a khoros ‘chorus, song-and-dance ensemble’ of local maidens specially selected for the occasion, who take on the roles of the names featured in the song. The occasion and purpose of Alcman's Partheneion (1 PMGF) January 2009; Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 121(2):27-54 Of golden manes and silvery faces : the Partheneion 1 of Alcman. A connective plus a name ending in ]ν in line 8 will put the necessary genitive accompanying γρταν in line 9. The two premier roles are Hagesikhora and Agido, who are to be two competing choral leaders. Render date: 2020-12-08T20:53:34.659Z 32 Hippocoon and Tyndareus were sons of Oebalus and so their own sons are first cousins. 46 In addition Nem. "comments": true, Alcman, Partheneia: late first century BC or early first AD. 8 The inability of commentators to agree, on the basis of the text, which of the two is superior is in the end the most eloquent testimony to this equivalence. The idea seems to be: the chorus-members must follow Hagesikhora as if she were a tracehorse. π]διλος, ‘without sandals’, is a curious word and has been much discussed. Get access to the full version of this content by using one of the access options below. Vocal, Liz Downing. Published online by Cambridge University Press:  The 14-line pattern is curiously anticipatory of the Petrarchan sonnet if the whole is read as an octave with two identical quatrains containing but two metrical patterns (a and b) followed by a sestet that introduces three new ones (c, d, and e). Free 2-day shipping. Feature Flags last update: Tue Dec 08 2020 20:03:33 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time) But the line will not have contained a name—the missing cretic at the beginning probably belongs with ]πώρω, which appears to be part of a word in the genitive depending on κλνον: see Page ad loc. The longest is a partheneion (a choral song for girls) discovered on a 1st-century papyrus in Egypt in 1855. without punishment that makes him weep. He is the earliest representative of the Alexandrian canon of the nine lyric poets. The maiden choir, consisting of 10 young women, apparently splits into two competing choirs during the performance of the song/ritual. Alcman's "Partheneion" I Reconsidered Rosenmeyer, Thomas G Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies; Winter 1966; 7, 4; ProQuest pg. [ back ] 7. This will be a self-reference on the part of a choir of ten maidens. Garzya (n. 5) accents αὕτα. I do not understand this. ), thinks that the scholiast is simply erroneous in introducing the name of Derites. He must posit an unwelcome and unparalleled asyndeton in line 9 in order to get two names in addition to that of Eurytus into lines 8 and 9 (see previous note). 37 Thus, in the Louvre Partheneion, the best preserved of Alcman's poems, the highly fragmentary first twelve lines of the papyrus recounted the story of the combat between the Tyndarids and the Hippocoontids (1.1–12 = 3.1–12), and the scholarly consensus is that the animosities were almost certainly due to the erotic rivalry between these heroes reported by other sources (cf. There seems to be no other possible supplement, however. The common view is exemplified by Clay, D., ‘Alcman's Partheneion’, QUCC N.S. Cramer Inedita A.O. And I sing, No, she does not allow me. 4 proves), including Partheneion 1, The ϕαρoς of Alcman's Partheneion 1, Mnemozino 60.2 (2007) 175-195. Full text views reflects PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. 10 (1982), 127–36Google Scholar. And there are valuable observations in Garzya, A., Alcmane: I frammenti (Naples, 1954).Google Scholar, 6 29–31. well-built, a prize-winner, with thundering hooves. Thigpen, Tate [ back ] 10. Note the use of the word khorēgos ‘chorus-leader’ in the song, as it applies to Hagesikhora. On both these interpretations the two leaders are placed together and apart from the rank and file of the choir. Alcman's dates are uncertain, but he was probably active in the late seventh century BC. Article. Of a fourth column nothing is legible, though a coronis opposite the fifth line of column iii shows that the poem ended only four lines after our text runs out. : suggestions include the Giants, Otus and Ephialtes, Orion, Icarus. Fiddle, Rebby Sharp. There is such a thing as retribution from the gods. cit. Banjos, Mark Jickling and Liz Downing. a song performed by a chorus of young unmarried women. The type of songs Alcman composed most frequently appear to be hymns, partheneia (maiden-songs Greek παρθένος "maiden"), and prooimia (preludes to recitations of epic poetry). In this vein, rivalry is resolved with achievement of the success (or peace) for which the choir strives, and if the choir pleases the goddess it is thanks to the beauty of Hagesichora. Alcman uses the superlative hadumestaton, “pleasantest” FRAGMENT 153. Poem by Alcman. IN ALCMAN'S LOUVRE PARTHENEION (PMG 1) he fragmentary text of Alcman's Louvre partiheneioui (PMG 1) poses numerous interpretive difficulties, including how to understand the religious rite being performed by the choir of maidens. The antagonism of the eleven to the two is only playful pretence. 18 Garvie, A. F., ‘A Note on the Deity of Alcman's Partheneion’, CQ 15 (1965), 185–7CrossRefGoogle Scholar, following a suggestion of Bowra's, thinks that Agido and Hagesichora may in fact be π⋯λοι, or ‘foals’, a ritual title. 17–20, seeks to put twelve names where Page says there can be only ten. Either the scholiast or Apollodorus is wrong, certainly, on the basis of what we can make out, and since the scholia are both badly broken and unclear, it is best to follow Apollodorus and believe that we are dealing solely with Hippocoontidae. the names in the preceding catalogue). Identifier: Title: Location: Date: Languages: Translations: 100 BCE - 100 CE: grc: None: None: tm 59084---1 CE - 99 CE: grc: None: None 39 That Alcman thought of the name Πωλνδεκης (the ω is anomalous and peculiar to Laconian) as connected with π⋯λος seems to be indicated by fragment 2 (a schema Alcmanicum): Κστωρ τε πώλων ὠκων δματ⋯ρες ἱππται σοϕο/ κα Πωλνδεκης κνδρς. }. let her be a Scythian horse running against a Lydian one. Video by Mark Jickling. It contends that there is no compelling reason to accept the scholiast Sosiphanes' claim that the ϕαρoς is a plough. The purpose of the comparison is supposed to be suddenly to denigrate Agido, who was earlier praised. cit. 190. -- Ever since the papyrus containing Alcman's Partheneion was first published in 1863, classical scholars have strived to solve its enigma. 16 E.g., Puelma and Calame: so too Segal, loc. There is a useful bibliographical article by Vetta, M., ‘Studi recenti sul primo Partenio di Alcmane’, QUCC N.S. "crossMark": true, [Table of Contents is listed at the end of the review.] [ back ] 1. 19 Puelma, Calame: see also Vetta (n. 5), 130–1. Biography. Gaps in the papyrus. 4 The most exhaustive studies are those of Page, D. L., Alcman: The Partheneion (Oxford, 1951)Google Scholar, hereafter Page, and Pavese, C. O., Il grande Partenio di Alcmane (Amsterdam, 1992)Google Scholar, hereafter Pavese. The Center for Hellenic Studies | 3100 Whitehaven Street, NW. Scythia and Lydia would be considered two extremes of the known world. 42 If one is the Morning Star and the other the Evening Star we have a good explanation of the half-life/half-light in which the Dioscuri are condemned to live in Greek myth. But it still compares Agido and Hagesichora, the two most important girls, basically to each other. The papyrus text of the Partheneion, discovered in 1855 and now in the Louvre, consists of 101 lines in three columns. Buy Trends in Classics - Supplementary Volumes, 16: Of Golden Manes and Silvery Faces : The Partheneion 1 of Alcman (Hardcover) at Walmart.com 44 See Calame ad loc. Sander, C. A. "lang": "en" (n. 37), and by West, M. L., op. See also Campbell, D. A., ‘Three Notes on Alcman I P. (= 3 Calame)’, QUCC N.S. Khansur, Tawfiq FRAGMENT 154. Query parameters: { This construction of the passage is bizarre, and not tied to any view of the poem as a whole. The Hippokoöntidai, a set of male heroes who died on account of deeds of hubris. By a curious coincidence the part of the poem which is almost intact and which deals with the occasion consists of five strophes or seventy lines: it seems to be the case, thus, that the lost or damaged part also consisted of five strophes or seventy lines of choral lyric and dealt with myth: what we can make out, certainly, appears to be exclusively myth and attendant moralising. Semonides 1.4 West. Ever since the papyrus containing Alcman´s Partheneion was first published in 1863, classical scholars have strived to solve its enigma. But, as Page points out, there is no reason to believe that such a word ever existed. The scholia appear to be confused here, with one notice maintaining that the chorus does not include Lycaethus among the Hippocoontidae and another saying that not only Lycaethus but the other sons of Derites are named (does this commentator think that all those mentioned were in fact sons of Derites?). cit. 21 Giangrande, G., ‘On Alcman's Partheneion’, MPhL 2 (1977), 151–4.Google Scholar. Supplementary volumes ; v. 16. Alcman's biography and life story.Alcman (7th century BC) was an Ancient Greek choral lyric poet from Sparta. Similarly there is little current support for the theory of rival half-choirs, though the idea has recently been defended again by Peron, J., ‘Demi-chœurs chez Alcman, Parth. I, v. 39–59’, GB 14 (1987), 35–53.Google Scholar. The First Partheneion consists of 101 lines, of which more than 30 are severely damaged. 9 Following Puelma we get, ‘She (= Hagesichora), second after Agido (accusative) in beauty, will run [alongside her]’. [ back ] 9. And he must accept πώρω as a self-contained noun in line 10. It is hard to resist a pun here in English translation: ‘their valour was bootless’. The idea seems to be: “receive their offerings, O gods!”. "languageSwitch": true cit. The gaps in the papyrus at this line make the interpretation less than certain. Sander, R. co. nz Abstract This paper discusses lines 60-3 of Alcman's Partheneion 1. Volume I of Davies', M.Poetarum Melicorum Graecorum Fragmenta (Oxford, 1991)Google Scholar also contains much relevant bibliography in the apparatus. The two premier roles are Hagesikhora and Agido, who are to be two competing choral leaders. Garzya (n. 5, ad loc. Published: (1998) The Oxford Handbook of the Elegy / Weisman, K. Published: (2010) Both kinds of racehorse are so superior that the imagination boggles, in the words of the song, at the very thought of matching them against each other. 39.3 (1991), 53Google Scholar: ‘There seems to be no reflection of the poem's context in the first column of the poem….’, 5 Useful discussions and bibliography will be found in Page, Puelma, Pavese, and in Calame, C., Alcman (Rome, 1983)Google Scholar, hereafter Calame; see too Calame's, Les chœurs de jeunes filles en Grèce archaïque II: Alcman (Rome, 1977)Google Scholar. Partheneion 1 might be simply due to chance: perhaps the rest of Alcman’s poetry was commented upon just as much, but these commentaries have not reached us. Page's analysis remains, accordingly, the most convincing. Nearly one third of the text is devoted to Alcman's work.) of Alcman's Partheneion 1 *) J.M. something from out of those dreams that happen underneath a rock. 31 Or the reference to Heracles, if it was in this poem, may have been a parenthetic reference, of the sort common in Pindar, to an earlier conflict. 12 So Page in his monograph and Puelma. I Page) is regarded, all too often, as a kind of riddle, to the understanding of which we lack the essential key. tr. (n. 14). 13 Ὀρθραι as Artemis Ortheia is very difficult—the intrusive ρ and the short ι militate against this identification. Although the language was more or less clear, the meaning of many verses and the character of the poem remained elusive. Oxyrhynchus produced few literary papyri written as early as Ibycus’ encomium of Polycrates and this roll containing the ‘Second’ Partheneion (Maidens’ Song) of Alcman. Eustathius on the Odyssey 1892. δλος may be set against either πειθώ or βα: the Philoctetes of Sophocles is a study in the application of these three possibilities. "isLogged": "1", "relatedCommentaries": true, for this article. "peerReview": true, 33 Powell, J. U., Collectanea Alexandrina (Oxford, 1925), p. 35, n. 29.Google Scholar. 25 This leaves out Aenesimbrota as a possible member of the choir. The connection between the Dioscuri and the Aśvins is emphasised by Burkert, op. Total loading time: 0.222 Other candidates have been proposed: Bruno Gentili thinks that the goddess is Aphrodite (Addendum to Clay's article); Burnett, A. P. thinks that she is Eileithyia, ‘The Race with the Pleiades’, CP 59 (1964), 30–3.Google Scholar, 14 The theory of a rival choir has today been all but abandoned: see, e.g., Charles, Segal, ‘Sinus and the Pleiades in Alcman's Louvre Partheneion’, Mnemosyne 36 (1983), 262Google Scholar with n. 7. 17 Segal, , art. 44 : It should be understood, too that the third person singular ên takes the form ês, “he was,” in Alcman, by the Doric change of n to s. 106. or Best Offer. Please enter the Email address that you used to register for CHS. 30 For the evidence, see Page, pp. We will send you an email with a link that you may use to reset your password. [ back ] 15. [ back ] 6. with tinted eyelids wear to make themselves fetching. But this does not exclude its also pointing to a genuine and heartfelt sense that the goddess is beneficent to her devotees. Copyright © The Classical Association 1994, Hostname: page-component-b4dcdd7-jwbp8 Gaps in the papyrus. Some assume a missing negative. Gaps in the papyrus. [Additional Note: My interest in Alkman was reawakened by an interesting paper by Katerina Ladianou at the 2009 APA meetings in Philadelphia, “Performing the Other: (Fe)male Chorus and Feminine Voice in Alcman’s Partheneion 1,” and I have used her helpful handout in preparing this review.] still, it is Hagesikhora who wears me down. Of Golden Manes and Silvery Faces:The Partheneion 1 of Alcman / Tsantsanoglou, K. Published: (2012) A commentary on Pindar Nemean 1 / Braswell, B.K. " Alcman "$157.41 Free Shipping. Peter, R. U. There may be a shift of speakers here. 11 See Slater, W. J., ‘Futures in Pindar’, CQ 19 (1969), 86–94.CrossRefGoogle Scholar. "hasAccess": "0", No, even the hair of Nanno is not enough. But she is clearly not present in any case. THE UNITY OF ALCMAN'S PARTHENEION Alcman'sgreat Partheneion (fr. I accept West's suggestion (‘Alcmanica’, CQ 15 [1965], 200Google Scholar), further argued by Puelma, that Aenesimbrota is best explained as a local ϕαρμακετρια to whose talents one might appeal in trying to win a love-object. * Views captured on Cambridge Core between September 2016 - 8th December 2020. All of Calame's argument for Helen is circumstantial; there is simply nothing in the poem that suggests her. [Cambridge, MA, 1985]), p. 213.Google Scholar. But if this is the case ϕθγγεται in the following line (there is no change of subject) will also have to refer to the choir of ten and the same girls who were screechowls in line 87 are now swans! 7th century BC) was an Ancient Greek choral lyric poet from Sparta.He is the earliest representative of the Alexandrian canon of the nine lyric poets.. [ back ] 11. There were six books of Alcman's choral poetry in antiquity (c. 50-60 hymns), but they were lost at the threshold of the Medieval Age, and Alcman was known only through fragmentary quotations in other Greek authors until the discovery of a papyrus in 1855(?) [K Tsantsanoglou; Alcman.] Ever since the papyrus containing Alcman’s Partheneion was first published in 1863, classicists have been faced with one of the hardest riddles of their scholarship. "openAccess": "0", ἰτωρ and πνων may simply be a continuation of the metaphorical language and point to a resolution that is successful accomplishment of a religious ritual. ...receive! 3 Puelma, M., ‘Die Selbstbeschreibung des Chores in Alkmans grossem Partheneion-Fragment’, MH 34 (1977), 1–55Google Scholar, hereafter Puelma. The syntax here is not clear. Recorded by John Chriest. 67–9. Alcman (/ˈælkmən/; Greek: Ἀλκμάν Alkmán; fl. 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