À Tyndaris. The association of alloquium with consolation apparently becomes conventional only after Horace. Amicius suggests the friendship that is important in this context.I4 The essential quality of friendship, the joint action of individuals, finds ex- pression in the resolution of the first person plural of rapiamus (3) into the first and second persons singular of tu and meo at either end of line 6. . "~'His definition answers the question of what the rhetorical force of a paradeigma is. see R. Kassel, Untc~rsuchungerl :ur griechisc.her1 itnd riirnischen Konsola- tionsliterc~tuc Zeternutri 18 (Munich 1958). Odes by Horace, translated from Latin by Wikisource Ode 1.13. Achilles Aeneid Agamemnon aging Apollo Augustus Bacchus/Dionysus Catullus Ceres Chloe Cleopatra close reading Diana/Artemis drinking Epistile Epode fame Fate(s) Fates Homer Horace hymn Ilithyia Jove/Jupiter/Zeus Juno/Hera Lalage learning letter Licymnia life and death love and violence Lydia Maecenas magic Mars/Ares Mercury Mercury/Hermes moderation Muse nature Ode Odysseus … with a state of affairs that is only relevant after Achilles has killed Hector, namely a de fucto choice in favor of immortal fame. In fact the poet actually avoids making a prophecy about the future with his quali-, 30We should note that this Achilles, with the insistence on his mortality, is not Horace's usual Achilles. The poorer sort sent their flocks into the public pastures, paying a certain rent to farmers of the revenues. (ta pouo~xa) Bupoil xai h6nq~-does this imply that Horace's phrase is a calque on the Homeric scholia? Generic resonances proliferate in Epode 13. the use of ruitis in VII.1), and the motif of animals (cf. This procedure of double movements demands continual reinter- pretation of the poem on the part of the reader. rixae, sive puer furens. In contrast to the rich proper names and adjectives denoting Troy, Horace expresses "home" baldly as an abstraction. ↑ Pecusve Calabris. While TLL also has an entry 'de consolando', this word does not occur again after Catullus in the context of consolation until Seneca. by George Colman (Gutenberg text) Horace: The Art of Poetry: The Poetical Treatises of Horace, Vida, and Boileau, With the Translations by Howes, Pitt, and Soame (Boston et al. I absrulir clurum cira mors Achillem (27-29). . The difficulty centers on the fit between the exemplum (Achilles) and its context (a drinking party). 9.410-16), where living a long life at home is incompatible with earning kleos aphthiton abroad. The message to Achilles is: you are going to a place you will not like, and you will never be able to return home. . His four books of odes cover a wide range of moods and topics. . vice (7-8). : iam iam non domus accipiet te laeta neque uxor / optima nec dulces occurrent oscula nati / praeripere (3.894-6),33 and to a Greek tomb inscription (Peek, GV 1827.1-4): 6fi pazqe oc, @~AoEcve,aav Eeazhv xeoviw~ hy$~baAoiiaa 66eqv,o66k ycz' 6~06ov hv' hyaxAvzov 4Av0es &azvyvpvaaiov axleew yq0oavvo~ 6an66cp. I have included references to Davis in the notes, but have not altered the body of the text, genres in the exemplum with the genre of the frame, we should first glance at the conventions of the symposium itself as found in the frame. It was arguably the first mainstream UK TV serial that had a person with a learning disability as the protagonist. American Libraries. Everyone must die. Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible purchase. "~~, Even if we find the asyn- deton too harsh, Lobel's remark must hold: "Chiron laying his hand on Achilles' head and prophesying his performances at Troy is a result that cannot have come about by chance. IlFraenkel's phrase (note I above) 66. "~' The weather is first of all a metaphor for the "poet's somber mood. Lobe1 constructed this fragment from two separate pieces of papyrus, and neither the attribution to Bacchylides nor the fragment's genre is by any means certain, fl Oxy. EY~XEL.+at[ YLY ~th. EPODON Q. HORATII FLACCI LIBER I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII. 1.7.13; ira Epist. Chiron's giving advice to Achilles alludes to the Cheironos hypo- thekai, a work belonging to the Hesiodic corpus and didactic in genre. Horace, Ode 1.13 Cum tu, Lydia, Telephi. Découvrez nos soins du corps naturels adaptés à tous les types de peaux et à tous les hommes Horace Sans sulfate Sans parabène Livraison gratuite dès 30€ ing it off through festivity is preferable to early death. Mankin's insistence on Achilles' isolation is correct in that the Homeric Achilles does not in fact follow the precepts of the Horatian Chiron; he seeks solace in the symposium when his fate is still open and his friend still alive. The disparity between the superficial congruence of the exemplum to its dramatic frame and the actual radical difference between the parts demands continual reinterpretation on the part of the reader. I I. The essential movement of the mythological exemplum to reach beyond the situation at hand to one more extreme can account to some extent for the poetic excess in both form and content. required: even a "good turn" implies another "turn" to come and with it the impossibility of a permanent solution of cares. Tum nec mens mihi nec color. 450LD,where our passage falls under the "poetic" category. . Temporal reality obtrudes again with the specification of a wine from the year of the poet's birth: I4The paradosis gives amici with a minuscule "a," I accept Housman's emenda- tion Amici, vocative of Amicius. Paperback. Verbal reminiscences con- tribute to the reflection between the myth and the frame: omne mulum. . 21.240ff. senectus 5) follows an assertion of present vigor (dumque virent genua 4). A SYMPOTIC ACHILLES, HORACE EPODE 13 This poem has been judged a "perfect unity" by some, while oth-ers point out "serious difficulties in interpretation" and "une certaine maladresse" in the depiction of Achilles.' Tom Phillips; The Cambridge Classical Journal, June 2015, Cambridge University Press; DOI: 10.1017/s1750270515000020 The vocative of Amicius is misunderstood as amici because of the plural rapiamus until the singular tu (6), which is the clue to revise our initial interpreta- tion. Obducta (5), with the verbal echo of deducunt (2) and the semantic similarity to ~ontrahere,'~. . O fons Bandusiae splendidior : vitrum, vitri N woad, a blue dye used by the Britons Waid, einem blauen Farbstoff von den Briten genutzt guède, un colorant bleu employé par les Britanniques guado, un colorante blu utilizzato dai Britanni hierba pastel, un tinte azul usado por los británico Now it is time to drink; now with loose feet it is time for beating the earth; now it is time to decorate the gods' sacred couch for Salian feasts, comrades. 1.2.13; iratus Epist. In Odes 2.13, Horace also envisions a hell for himself; however, here Prometheus and Tantalus get respite from torment. thought. . Although Achilles is made to fit the circumstances at hand, instead of affording consolation he in fact re- veals the true degree of the poet's despair. "The first siusimon of Euripides' El~ctrrr," YCS 25 (1977) 277-89. fact here: he is mortalis. His paraphrase of the para- deigma's logic emphasizes the greater importance of the mythological figure in the exemplum than the addressee: "You must do this, because X, who was in more or less the same situation as you, and a more significant person, did it." Close this message to accept cookies or find out how to manage your cookie settings. R. F. Thomas has called my attention to other appropriately named ad- dressees: Postumus in a poem about mortality (C. 2.14) and an otherwise unattested Pompeius in a poem about Philippi (C. 2.7). In predicting future cares Chiron is not relieving anxiety at all, but giving cause for it. Before the myth, the poem maintains a guarded but optimistic view: god might put things in their place. 17 P) would. For judgments of praise, see the list in J. Stroux, "Valerius Flaccus und Horaz," Philologus 90 (1935) 324, n. 42. 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We have seen that in many ways the exemplum has been wrought to reflect the frame: Chiron's song illuminates the poet's; Chiron's ad- vice and Achilles' singing have been colored to fit the symposium; Chi- ron's prediction emphasizes mortality rather than glory; correspon- dences exist between the myth and the frame in both words and. In the eighth Epode Horace addresses an aging meretrix6 who has ap-parently complained about his lack of virility. "I2 But this storm has a further, more universal significance expressed by the play of the elements: air (caelum and Aquilone), water (imbres and mare), and land (silvae).The storm's universality points beyond the poet's particular mood first to the topic of mortality, which is made explicit by senectus (5),by the reference to the particular year of the poet's birth (6),and later by the exemplum of Achilles, and secondly to a related topic that is implied by the conventional associations of storm imagery and by the general con- text of the Epodes as a whole: the political concerns rising from the civil wars and the triumph of Octavian.13. In the Iliad Achilles engages in the symposium with Patroclus when he has refused to fight, but the song he sings is epic: &EL& 8' a~a, nLka hv8~61v (9.189).38Horace first of all changes the purpose and context of Achil- les' singing. Davis (note 5 above) 260, n. 1 is on the side of the paradosis. Balancing the broad figurative gesture of the storm, the poet's invitation to a companion ties the symposium to an individual moment. . where da would have followed the fragment's proton men. . While Achilles at Troy is offered as a comparandum to the poet and his drinking companion, we find that a scene we know from epic has been adapted to the sympo- sium. Created by Louis C.K.. With Louis C.K., Steve Buscemi, Edie Falco, Steven Wright. Cette pièce manquante, M. Herrmann la trouve dans Y Appendix Virgiliana (pièce XIII). Although neither alloquium nor alloquor takes an abstract object else- where (TLL entry I1 for each) and allocufio not until the Vulgate (TLL II), the abstract object common for other Latin "consolation" words (consolatio, con solo^ solacium, solamen, solor) paves the way for the calque on paramythion, noticed since before Bent-. cit. Je ne crois pas que l'épode 16 date de 41 av. Keep in mind that these are a work in progress and any comments woudl be appreciated. 15Porphyrio: obducta, id est: in rugas contracta. The advice Chiron offers him is to lighten his cares through the symposium: illic omne malum vino cuntuque levato, / deformis aegrimoniue dulcibus ullo- quiis (17-18). Horace's rule for neolo- gism: et no~,ajctaque nuper hahebuntjdem si I Graeco fonte cadent parce detorta, A.P: 52-53. In inviting Amicius to check his cares with wine and song, the poet uses an a fortiori argument: if the symposium could console Achil- les at Troy, where he knew he would die young, we should all the more succeed since our cares are not as great as his.32 The insistence on Achilles' privilege makes his situation all the more distressing. Horace joined Brutus’s army and later claimed to have thrown away his shield in his panic to escape. . 'hRudd (note 4 above) 385 associates the "sinister overtones" of manere here with omnes uncr manet nox (C. 1.28.15). Ev~uT',6% 0~txqpateoq Sw~ljpat' &xwvObrtboj, a YLY &TLXTFY. Get access to the full version of this content by using one of the access options below. CP 69 (1974) 241-48. Its depth of feeling and beauty of expression, and the harmonious blending of ideas of very different origin, make this epode superior to Odes i.7 . This paper argues that the final couplet of Horace, Epode 13 alludes both to the description of Achilles playing the lyre in Iliad 9 and to ancient scholarly debate about the Homeric passage. While tu vina . Published by Cambridge University Press, Hostname: page-component-79f79cbf67-2p8r4 move (6)could be distributive, cetera mitre loqui (7) cannot (A. E. Housman, "Horace, Epode XIII," CR 37 [I9231 104=Papers 1087). This version contradicts the Homeric double fate of mutually exclusive alternatives (11. Aul. Our passage falls under the second entry, 'de consolando'. 8 August, 2013 in Pre-modern art and society | Tags: Epode 16, Epodes, Horace This poem addresses citizens engaged in civil war. . Muter picks up dea . 3.79. Also Paul Simon wrote and performed the theme song which is beautiful.. You can purchase Horace and Pete: The Complete Series here for only $12.99.Or you can purchase individual episodes below, too. 2364 addendum. nate puer. The poet says within a song that he will sing a song. It is as if the poet were afraid to say what he knows is true in his own voice, but rather reveals it indirectly in assuming Chiron's. Why does this poem elicit. Other correspondences are: deu . The contrast between the shred of hope the poet displays in his own voice and his depiction of Achilles' inevitable death serves to deepen the various fears expressed in the poem. For models he turned to Greek lyric, especially to the poetry of Alcaeus, Sappho, and Pindar; but his poems are set in a Roman context. The Odes (Latin: Carmina) are a collection in four books of Latin lyric poems by Horace.The Horatian ode format and style has been emulated since by other poets. D. C. Reichel (Cologne 1978) 107-. Online Books by. The qualification of.fortasse (7) becomes the unhappy truth of ~erto.~'. The mirror of the exemplum reflects an image with a difference. 853.2 N2: lished between Chiron and the poet on the level of speech act and of context: they are both giving advice (parainesis) and their advice is the same (relieve your cares with a symposium). Although Chiron's song derives from a tradition of didactic poetry, it is the essential components of the symposium (vino cantuque 17) that offer the relief. Ibis Liburnis inter alta navium, amice, propugnacula, paratus omne Caesaris periculum subire, Maecenas, tuo. The two recoverable adjectives that modify the rivers or their streams, frigidu (13) and lubricus (14), have a surface meaning that is normal for rivers.34 But in context, the chilliness of the Scamander seems less than inviting, and lubricus, which means 'gently gliding' (OLD 3) of a river, can also mean 'hazardous' or 'shifting, in~onstant'.~~, Horace is not imitating standard Homeric epithets. The Scamander's epithets vary ac- cording to context, but if we include it as Xuntho~,the standard epithet is dineeis, or 'whirling'. The initial difference between Chiron's prediction and the poet's ostensible purpose of reassurance turns out ironically to be a similarity after all: they both can be under- stood to create anxiety in their addressees. With the mention of ... On this point, the testimony of the ancient world is unambiguous, and I need cite only the most familiar reference, Horace Epistle 1.19.23–25. After this broad span of past and future, nunc brings us back to the present. "Mythological Paradeigma in the Iliud," CQ N.S. laudas bracchia, vae, meum . His divine lineage, expressed with inter- locking word order, demonstrates the futility of the favor of the gods when it comes to death: mortalis dea nate puer Thetide (12). Horace The Odes, Epodes, Satires, Epistles, Ars Poetica and Carmen Saeculare. I owe thanks to Seth Bernardete for lively discussion, to Gregory Nagy, Richard E Thomas and the anony- mous reader for their helpful comments, and above all to R. J. Tarrant, who has patiently read many drafts with a critical but generous eye. For Horace, however, the individual moment has larger implications. Did this make Epode 13 stand out as odd to Roman ears? plifies. (1982) 41-42; D. R. Shackleton Bailey, "Horatian Aftermath," Philologus 134 (1990) 227-28, whose response to R. G. M. Nisbet, "A Rival Teubner Horace," CR 36 (1986) 227-34 is of interest here. The first meaning of alloquium in TLL is also 'sermo, affatus'. "27 A third party, a 0iaaog of Cen- taurs, again conveys Chiron's prediction at Euripides, Zph. Horace The Odes, Epodes, Satires, Epistles, Ars Poetica and Carmen Saeculare. For Catullus solatus es provides the specific notion of consola- tion, while allocutio means a 'spoken or written address' or 'encourag- ing talk'.46 Catullan coloring in the form of "consolation" cannot take away the primary meaning of Horace's alloquium, with its emphasis not on the state of being consoled, but on the talk that achieves that state. 9.186: naeap-itH~a ya~. Horace here quotes the relevant half of Achilles' double fate in Homer: 6)h~to p6v koi vooto~ (11. Achilles' separation from home in life gives concrete expression to an apparent commonplace about death. Insistence on the appropriateness of the present moment entails the notion of decorum; timing and placement are two aspects, appropri- ate subject matter and role two others. cD~hhu~i6ag. Classical Quarterly 37 (02):523- (1987) Odes II, Oxford1998. 13 combines exhortation (to drink and forget cares) with consolation (for mortality on the one hand, civil war on the other), fulfilling both functions of the paradeigma. Mankin's emphasis on the difference between Achilles and the addressee overlooks the importance of choosing as an exemplum a situation that was more lofty or extreme than the one at hand. ancient Trojan king, and the rivers Scamander and Simois, denote Troy without naming it. The notion of decorum has been transferred to the banishment of what is deformis (18); the symposium is offered as compensation, however weak, for a deeper violation of deco- rum in Achilles' inability to return home. . ," op. 14 (1964). I don’t know—mainly because I have absolutely no feeling for poetic meter so different from English meter. For the troubling effects of Euripides' "heroic" or "dithyrambic" stasima, see bibliography in M. J. Cropp, Euripides, Elrctra (Warminster 1988). While Chiron's foresight does not seem to have played a part in the Cheironos hypo- thek~i,~3, his predictions about the future glory of Achilles can be paral- leled in several places, the first of which is Bacchylides' Dithyramb 27.34-38 S-M:24, The report in the poet's voice of Chiron's prophecy may derive from the ostensible report of a third party in the Bacchylide~.~~, To obviate the difficulty of the juxtaposition of two verbs of speaking in asyndeton, Barrett suggests that Thetis or Peleus is the speaker, and that the sen- tence runs: "perturbor (vel etiam 'gaudeo') recordatione eorum quae . S. Commager's remark that the exemplum draws "the poem's meaning away in another direction" reveals an understanding of the problem, The Odes of Horace (New Haven 1962) 173. If we understand the treatment in the epode strictly in terms of the Iliad, Horace has conflated Achilles' singing from book nine, where his fate is still open-ended. The high degree of mirroring between the myth and the frame contributes to unity and the differences between the parts are sufficient to keep the poem from vapid reiteration. Dublin. This paper argues that the final couplet of Horace, Epode 13 alludes both to the description of Achilles playing the lyre in Iliad 9 and to ancient scholarly debate about the Homeric passage. Uror, seu tibi candidos. But before considering the interaction of these two, 'This paper was completed before the appearance of G. Davis, Polyhymnia, The Rhetoric ofHoratian Lyric Discourse (Berkeley 1991). links the cares of this state of mind with the storm. Click on a word to bring up parses, dictionary entries, and frequency statistics. R. Lattimore, Themes in Greek and Latin epitaphs (Urbana 1962) 172-84 are for the grief of family members in expressions of mourning and not for the inability to return home. The Complete Works of Horace: Odes, Epodes, Satires, Epistles, and Art Quintus Horatius… 5.0 out of 5 stars 5. While Achilles, as an old-fashioned hero of a foreign and glorious war, could offer a solu- tion to the problem of civil war, this solution of transferring war abroad must wait for Horace to become an Augustan. The sympotic elements we encounter here are a description of the weather, the invitation to a drinking companion, the appropriateness of the present moment, the banishing of cares for more pleasant activities, and mention of wine, perfume, and song.8 As we will see, these ele- ments have their corollaries in the exemplum. . Skip to main content.sg. ", The shape of Chiron's prophecy denies the possibility of an alter- native fate for Achilles. A difference, however, obtains between Chiron and the poet in that Chiron employs prophecy in addition to parainesis. I think he chooses Achilles’s story with purpose. 20 (1970) 135-41 among others. He had been the bartender there for decades, at least as long as Peter Griffin, Cleveland Brown, and Glenn Quagmire had been drinking there. A new complete downloadable English translation of the Odes and other poetry translations including Lorca, Petrarch, Propertius, and Mandelshtam. . B. Gildersleeve, Pindar: the Olympian and Pythian Odes (New York 1890) at P: 6.22, adds Euripides, Antiop. From line 361 their song passes directly from the fight with the rivers ofIliad 21 to the sacrifice of Polyxena at Achilles' tomb, which is not Iliadic at all, omitting what we would expect-Achilles' greatest feat, the slaying of Hector of Iliad 22. Horace Epode 9: Some New Interpretations Welcome to the IDEALS Repository. Some features of this site may not work without it. Paradoxically, it is the realization of the impossibility of consolation on a universal level that makes us feel less alone. "isLogged": "0", See A. Kiessling and R. Heinze, Q. 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