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That is why the souls that will return are in a valley below the area where Musaeus is. In addition to a few traditional Roman details, such as the fauces Orci , we have also called attention to Orphic and Eleusinian beliefs.

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Moreover, and this is really new, we have pointed to several possible borrowings from 1 Enoch. Norden rejected virtually all Jewish influence on Virgil in his commentary, and one can only wonder to what extent his own Jewish origin played a role in this judgement. Orphic katabaseis with Enochic influence. Unfortunately, however, we have so little left of that literature that all too certain conclusions would be misleading.

Elliot Explains: The Aeneid (Book 2)

Robinson and M. For the most recent edition see T. Kraus and T. The second edition of , edited by R. Wessels , Ursprungszauber. Norden , P. Kytzler et al. Calder III and B. Austin , P. Vergili Maronis Aeneidos liber sextus , Oxford, For Austin see, in his inimitable and hardly to be imitated manner, J. Poetae Epici Graeci. Pars II.


Horsfall ed. XIII, 19, For the prorrhesis of the Mysteries see C. VI, I, For the secrecy of the Mysteries see Horsfall , o. Kippenberg and G. Stroumsa eds. III, VII, with Horsfall ad loc. West on Hesiod, Theogony , III, 20, 3, cf. VIII, , , ingens! Diez de Velasco , Los caminos de la muerte , Madrid, , p.

Mugione et al. Oakley , Picturing death in classical Athens. The evidence of the white lekythoi ,Cambridge, , p. Witteger and P. Fasold eds. Dubuis and S. Frey - Kupper eds. Boccaccini and J. Collins eds. Himmelfarb , Tours of Hell , Philadelphia, , p. Flemming and L. Radermacher , Das Buch Henoch , Leipzig, For Radermacher see A. Lightfoot , The Sibylline Oracles , Oxford, , p. Eynikel , F. Verheyden eds. VII, Johnston , Restless Dead , Berkeley et al.

X, cd; Porph. Labeo, fr. Graf and S. For the exceptions, preference for the left in the Leaves from Petelia no. The two roads also occur in the Bologna papyrus, cf. OF , 77 with Setaioli , l. Janda , Eleusis. Das indogermanische Erbe der Mysterien , Innsbruck, , p. Note also Aen.

VI, domos Ditis. II, now with Horsfall ad loc.


For anachronisms in the Aeneid see Horsfall , o. VIII, 13, ; Hes. III, 4. Smith and S. V, 8 ; Man. VI, bridge. XVI, 30; Eustathius on Od. I, ; XI, ; P.

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For alumnus see C. Lightfoot , o. Originally, golden couches were a Persian feature, cf. Stahl ed. For Empusa see now A. Ercolani ed.

Unfortunately, R. Stanford on the Frogs , London, 2 , is more helpful in detecting Orphic influence in the play than that by K. Dover , Oxford, Parker , Athenian Religion , Oxford, , p. Boardman et al. I, 5, 3 see also Ov. V, ; P. IV, , notes that the presence of the Eleusinian Askalaphos in Apollodorus also suggests a larger Eleusinian influence. This may well be true, but his earliest Eleusinian mention is Euphorion, 9, 13 Powell , and he is absent from Virgil.

Note also the doubts of R. Parker , Polytheism and Society at Athens , Oxford, , p. Borgeaud ed. Gebauer et al. West , The Orphic Poems , Oxford, , p. III, 12, 1. Hornblower , Thucydides and Pindar , Oxford, , p.

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III, 4, 80; Hyg. I, 23f. The passage is not discussed by R. Ganiban , Statius and Virgil , Cambridge, Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.

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