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The Odes of Pindar - The Odes of Pindar, including the principal Fragments. With an Introduction and an English translation by SirJohn Sandys (Loeb Classical Series). London: William Heinemann; New York: The Macmillan Company, 1915. 5s.

  • W. M. L. Hutchinson

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page 99 note 1 We have the same conception of Heroic kingship in ol. IX. 100—. In ol. VI. Apollo responds to the prayer of Tamos for such kingship by summoning him (109).

page 100 note 1 I ought to have excepted Fennell, whom I have looked at since writing the above. He writes ‘the phrase is intolerable’; and explains the whole sentence as I do, noting that is ‘gnomic aorist and causal middle.’

The Odes of Pindar - The Odes of Pindar, including the principal Fragments. With an Introduction and an English translation by SirJohn Sandys (Loeb Classical Series). London: William Heinemann; New York: The Macmillan Company, 1915. 5s.

  • W. M. L. Hutchinson

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