HUMAN FATE AND DIVINE WILL IN THE THEOGNIDEA

J .H. Barkhuizen

Abstract


The term "Theognidea" or Corpus Jheognideum represents the 1389 lines ascribed to the poet
Theognis, although we know that not all of these Jines come from the hand of Theognis
himself. For this reason I will constantly refer to the poems in this corpus as "Theognidea"
rather than "the poems of Theognis" (cf. West 1974:40-45; 65-71; Adkins 1985: 133).

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/36-3-921

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