By Claude Mossé
L. a. Grèce archaïque d'Homère à Eschyle L'époque archaïque grecque fut longtemps l'équivalent de notre Moyen Age, considérée comme des siècles obscurs, rigides et figés. Or, grâce aux progrès de l'archéologie, à une lecture très advantageous des textes, on comprend mieux cette période qui, du coup, s'anime sous nos yeux : on assiste au passage du wrestle singulier à l. a. bataille rangée, de l. a. dépendance à l. a. démocratie au sein de los angeles cité, de los angeles piraterie à l'établissement des colonies lointaines, de l'univers des héros et des dieux au monde des hommes - paysans, sages législateurs et tyrans qui menèrent los angeles Grèce des temps héroïques à l'âge classique. Mieux qu'un livre d'histoire, des histoires. Un voyage en Grèce où Mycènes, Sparte, Athènes et les îles grecques revivent un lointain passé dont les lines nous sont désormais intelligibles et familières.
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5 In the lexicon of poetry there are similar possessive compounds, as shown by the divine epithets λε κιπποy and µελα´νιπποy (Aeschylus), the first of which is used for the Dioscuri and the second for the Night. a¯s´va- ‘with red horses’ and one of Arjuna’s names in the Maha¯bha¯rata Cf. O. Szemerényi, BzNam. 2 (1951), 168 ϭ Scripta Minora IV (Innsbruck, 1987), 1768 for a list of Iranian names in -aspa; for the phrase cf. J. Duchesne-Guillemin, Les composés de l’Avesta (Paris, 1936), 158; C.
One of the functions which -eus has in Mycenaean is that of creating hypocoristics from personal names built on compounds of the so-called τερψ µβροτοy-type. e. L. Perpillou, Les substantifs grecs en -ε y (Paris, 1973). The productivity of the suffix increases in the classical and immediately post-classical periods but seems to diminish in our era. 46 In the late imperial period some of the heroic names become fashionable again: the twentyseven Athenians called Θησε y all belong to the second or third century AD, as do the ten called Νηρε y and the five called Περσε y.
Yet even this figure is not very significant because, naturally enough, many of the names belong to texts which are not written in koine. More striking is, on the one hand, the analysis of the seventeen ηnames and, on the other, the distribution of some specific α-names. ; The remaining four names (Ε α´νθη, Υλη, Επιγ νη and Αθαν ππη) may require some additional discussion. e. it has -forms like π λιy, ν α τ , but then includes a florid decree in Attic (or koine), which Wilamowitz thought was an example of Asianic style.