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21f. (“Einführung von etwas Neuem”); zur “fonction, non de définir, mais de mettre en accent, de présenter” s. CHANTR . 162, 165; hier sorgt tÒn auch dafür, daß das ˜ in 12 nicht auf ÉAtre˝dhw bezogen wird. Textänderungen scheinen daher unnötig. ” — X r Ê s h n : der PN ist vom vorgr. Ortsnamen XrÊsh abgeleitet: v. KAMPTZ 303. nicht geachtet hatte: gr. a-timáz*o, ‘nicht-ehren’, bezeichnet einen Normbruch: Der höchste Wert im Wertesystem der Akteure von Heldendichtung ist tim*e, ‘Ehre, Anerkanntheit’ (zur Untrennbarkeit von ‘Held’ und ‘Ehre’ in aristokratischer heroic poetry s.

Am nächsten kommt wohl die Definition CONSIDINEs “not a religious term simply in the sense that it is characteristically used of divine subjects. In accordance with its ‘numinous’ associations, it is inevitably a solemn term, and its use implies high seriousness on the part of the being who entertains it, and a response of awe on the part of its object” (CONSIDINE 1966, 21; 1986, 58). v. 27–30; vgl. auch MUELLNER 1996). m ∞ n i w : bezeichnet einen chronischen Erzürntheitszustand (§p¤monow ÙrgÆ: schol.

MYK); seine Etym. a. NAGY 1976 nach PALMER 1963, 79: zu êxow [so schon schol. : v. KAMPTZ 348. 2 den ganz unsel’gen (gr. oulomén*en): Achilleus’ Groll (m*enis) wird durch diese zweite, mittels progressiven EnjambementsP stark hervorgehobene Konkretisierung (= Apposition B, s. ) vom Erzähler gewertet (s. ). Schon die gr. Kommentatoren verstanden oulomén*en als Verwünschung des Grolls durch den Erzähler: “als ob er über seine eigenen Angelegenheiten Schmerz empfände, verwünscht er [sc. der Dichter] ihn” (schol.

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