This article examines the short popular poem conventionally entitled Admetus and attributed to Praxilla of Sicyon. The sayings of this Admetus are linked with a lost wisdom tradition connected with the mythical Thessalian hero and emerg- ing also in Bacchyl. Ep. 3,75-84. A relevant point of comparison can be [Plat.] Hipparch. 228b 4-229d 7, and in particular the section on the inscribed on the herms.

PRAXILL. PMG 749 (= PMG 897 = 14 FABBRO) E LA “SAPIENZA” DI ADMETO / Magnani, M.. - In: PAIDEIA. - ISSN 0030-9435. - 75(2020), pp. 313-326.

PRAXILL. PMG 749 (= PMG 897 = 14 FABBRO) E LA “SAPIENZA” DI ADMETO

M. Magnani
2020

Abstract

This article examines the short popular poem conventionally entitled Admetus and attributed to Praxilla of Sicyon. The sayings of this Admetus are linked with a lost wisdom tradition connected with the mythical Thessalian hero and emerg- ing also in Bacchyl. Ep. 3,75-84. A relevant point of comparison can be [Plat.] Hipparch. 228b 4-229d 7, and in particular the section on the inscribed on the herms.
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