Hermes 148 (3):278 (2020)

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The paper deals with the end of Phrynichus' “Alcestis“ and argues that the motif of Heracles' descent to Hades in Eur. Alc. 850–4 alludes to it. – In Phryn. TrGF i 3. F2 subject is not Heracles who fights against the personified death, but probably the old age which distresses Pheres.
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