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    From Hesiod’s Tripod to Thespian Mouseia. Archaeological Evidence and Cultural Contexts.Tomasz Mojsik - 2019 - Klio 101 (2):405-426.
    Summary This contribution contains a critical re-assessment of the earliest archaeological material originating from the Valley of the Muses, i.e. archaic vessels and figurines, two examples of hydriai allegedly linked with the Muses, and an iconographic testimony. In the current historiography, these sources are still considered to confirm the archaic, or even earlier, origin of the cult of the Muses at the foot of Mount Helicon. An analysis of testimonies is complemented with an overview of a broader cultural context ; (...)
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    Hermippus FGrH 1026 F84: Dionysius I, the Theatre and the Cult of the Muses in Syracuse.Tomasz Mojsik - 2017 - Klio 99 (2):485-512.
    Name der Zeitschrift: Klio Jahrgang: 99 Heft: 2 Seiten: 485-512.
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    Heliconian Nymphs, Oedipus’ Ancestry and Wilamowitz's Conjecture.Tomasz Mojsik - 2019 - Classical Quarterly 69 (1):119-125.
    The third stasimon of Oedipus Rex is the climax of the play, separating the conversation with the Corinthian messenger from the interrogation of the shepherd, so crucial for the narrative. Indeed, the question τίς σε, τέκνον, τίς σ’ ἔτικτε, critical for the plot, comes right at the beginning of its antistrophe. Sophocles, however, offers no easy answer to it. Instead, he provides yet another narrative misdirection, one that—for the last time—suggests that the paths of the king of Thebes and of (...)
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