Apollodoro e gli epiteti di Hermes ἐριούνιος, σῶκος e ἀκάκητα. Note al testo di Cornuto Comp. 16.3 e Ap.Soph. s.v. σῶκος (148, 15-22 Bekker)

Andrea Filoni

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Abstract

Apollodorus’ interpretation of Hermes’ epithets ἀκάκητα, σῶκος and ἐριούνιος, from his theological treatise Περὶ θεῶν, can be reconstructed comparing the most important (and chronological near) witnesses of the work, the Homeric lexicon by Apollonius the Sophist (I sec. AD?), Cornutus’ allegorical manual (I sec. AD) and the Homeric allegories by Heraclitus (I-II AD?). Apollonius’ lexicon is fundamental, inasmuch its author is not interested in altering Apollodorus’ interpretations. According to this reconstruction, Apollodorus intented ἐριούνιος as the «helpful» (from ὀνίνημι), σῶκος as the «strong» (from the Attic verb σωκέω, «to have the strength») – in this case Cornutus is useful to integrate Apollonius’ text – ἀκάκητα as the «giver of no evil» (perfectly complementary of the Homeric epithet δώτωρ ἐάων, «giver of goods»). These epithets reflect the highly positive nature of the god, seen by Apollodorus as the «reason» (λόγος). F. 5 Bernabé from the poem Phoronis, quoted in Et.M. s.v. ἐριούνιος, probably is mediated through Apollodorus’ Περὶ θεῶν (Appendix).
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Apollodorus and the epithets of Hermes ἐριούνιος, σῶκος and ἀκάκητα. Notes to the text of Cornuto Comp. 16.3 and Ap.Soph. sv σῶκος (148, 15-22 Bekker)
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)67-93
Numero di pagine27
RivistaAEVUM ANTIQUUM
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2014

Keywords

  • Allegorical Interpretation
  • Apollodoros of Athens
  • Apollonios the Sophist
  • Cornutus
  • Divine Epithets
  • On the Gods

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