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Orthopaedics & Traumatology: Surgery & Research, ISSN 1877-0568, 09/2019, Volume 105, Issue 5, pp. 801 - 803
Medical science and the need for the treatment of diseases and injuries, is as old as human history. This research aims to identify and study the first... 
Replacement | Arthroplasty | Trauma | Shoulder | Pelops | Prosthetics | SURGERY | ORTHOPEDICS
Journal Article
1992, Abhandlungen der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse, ISBN 3515061401, Volume Jahrg. 1992, Nr. 2, 74
Book
Transactions of the American Philological Association (1974-), ISSN 0360-5949, 1/2000, Volume 130, Issue 1, pp. 19 - 40
Journal Article
Art
Review of English Studies, ISSN 0034-6551, 02/2018, Volume 69, Issue 288, pp. 76 - 93
Very little attention has been paid to Alexander Pope's debt to the work of Martial. This article assembles evidence to demonstrate three things. First, that... 
LITERATURE | Eighteenth Century | The Rape of the Lock | Intertextuality | Epigrams | Martial (Marcus Valerius Martialis) ca.38 AD-ca.102 AD | Authors | Pope, Alexander | English Literature | Martialis(40-103) | Epigrammaton | 1700-1799 | myth | Belinda (character) | English literature | Pelops | poetry | Influence | Criticism and interpretation | Poets
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04/2011, ISBN 140511178X, 16
This chapter contains sections titled: Myth in Choral Song Functions of Myth in Choral Song Innovation Conclusion Further Reading 
scholars of Greek lyric poetry ‐ mythological narratives within songs ‘myths’ for convenience | innovation, Pindar on mythos, word mythos ‐ a false story | Pindar, ritual function of myth ‐ in Nonepinician genres | functions of myth in choral song ‐ Epinician Odes, provide an exemplum, life of athletic victor, or his family or city, or prediction of their future | myths justifying a political situation ‐ ‘charter‐myths’ using Malinowski's terminology | myth performed, myth believed ‐ singing myth: Pindar and Myth in Choral Song | choral song, and Pindar ‐ supreme exponent, form of song and poetry in ancient Greece | myths, with a connective function ‐ over space and time in both dimensions | Pindar, creating variants of myths ‐ selecting variants, key test case as myth of Pelops in Olympian 1 | Aiginetan mythology, a great uncertainty ‐ Pindar's account of Aiginetan mythology, focusing on Aiakidai | Choral song, and Pindar - supreme exponent, form of song and poetry in ancient Greece | Myths, with a connective function - over space and time in both dimensions | Myths justifying a political situation - 'charter-myths' using Malinowski's terminology | Functions of myth in choral song - Epinician Odes, provide an exemplum, life of athletic victor, or his family or city, or prediction of their future | Myth performed, myth believed - singing myth: Pindar and Myth in Choral Song | Pindar, ritual function of myth - in Nonepinician genres | Aiginetan mythology, a great uncertainty - Pindar's account of Aiginetan mythology, focusing on Aiakidai | Scholars of Greek lyric poetry - mythological narratives within songs 'myths' for convenience | Pindar, creating variants of myths - selecting variants, key test case as myth of Pelops in Olympian 1 | Innovation, Pindar on mythos, word mythos - a false story
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Classical Antiquity, ISSN 0278-6656, 10/1992, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 308 - 334
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