Bibliography for “Comments on comparative mythology”

This bibliography to the series “Comments on comparative mythology” is itself a dynamic work-in-progress. This document will grow and develop as new postings related to the series are published here on Classical Inquiries.


 

Allen, T. W., ed. 1912. Homeri Opera V (Hymns, Cycle, fragments). Oxford.

Ashmole, B., and Yalouris, N. 1967. Olympia: The Sculptures of the Temple of Zeus. London.

Benveniste, E. 1954. “Problèmes sémantiques de la reconstruction.” Word 10:251–264. Reprinted in Benveniste 1966:289–307.

Benveniste, E. 1966. Problèmes de linguistique générale. Paris.

Benveniste, E. 1969. Le vocabulaire des institutions indo-européennes I/II. Paris. = Indo-European Language and Society. Translated 1973 by E. Palmer. London and Coral Gables, FL. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Benveniste.Indo-European_Language_and_Society.1973.

Bonnet, J., ed. 1981. Cahiers “Pour un temps”: Georges Dumézil. Aix-en-Provence.

Chadwick, J. 1976: “Who Were the Dorians?” La Parola del Passato 31:103–117.

Chantraine, P. 1972. “Le témoignage du mycénien pour l’étymologie grecque.” Acta Mycenaea (= Minos 12), ed. M. S. Ruiperez, 197–206. Salamanca.

CIGE. See Levaniouk, O., ed. 2017–.

CMS I–XIII. 1964–2009. Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel. Mainz.

Crowley, J. L. 2010. “The Aegean Master of Animals: The Evidence of the Seals, Signets, and Sealings.” In The Master of Animals in Old World Iconography, ed. D. B. Counts and B. Arnold, 75–91. Budapest.

Davidson, O. M. 1980. “Indo-European Dimensions of Herakles in Iliad 19.95–133.” Arethusa 13 (1980) 197–202.

Dué, C. 2018. Achilles Unbound: Multiformity and Tradition in the Homeric Epics. Hellenic Studies Series 81. Washington, DC, and Cambridge, MA. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Due.Achilles_Unbound.2018.

Dumézil, G. 1968, 2nd ed. 1979, 3rd ed. 1986. Mythe et épopée I. L’idéologie des trois fonctions dans les épopées des peuples indo-européennes. Paris.

Dumézil, G. 1969, 2nd ed. 1985. Heur et malheur du guerrier: Aspects mythiques de la fonction guerrière ches les Indo-Européens. Paris. There is an especially important citation to be found in the comments of Vidal-Naquet 1986:138n111.

Dumézil, G. 1970. The Destiny of the Warrior. Translation of Dumézil 1969 by A. Hiltebeitel. Chicago.

Dumézil, G. 1971, 2nd ed. 1986. Mythe et épopée II. Types épiques indo-européens: un héros, un sorcier, un roi. Paris.

Dumézil, G. 1973a, 2nd ed. 1978, 3rd ed. 1981. Mythe et épopée III. Histoires romaines. Paris.

Dumézil, G. 1973b. The Destiny of a King. Translated by A. Hiltebeitel. = Part 3 of Mythe et épopée II = Dumézil 1971.

Dumézil, G. 1975. Fêtes romaines d’été et d’automne, suivi de dix questions romaines. Paris.

Dumézil, G. 1980. Camillus: A Study of Indo-European Religion as Roman History. Translated by A. Aranowicz and J. Bryson. Edited and with introduction by U. Strutynski. Berkeley and Los Angeles. = Part 2 of Mythe et épopée III = Dumézil 1973, plus Appendices 1 and 2 of Dumézil 1973, plus Appendices 3 and 4 of Dumézil 1975.

Dumézil, G. 1982. Apollon sonore et autres essais. Vingt-cinq esquisses de mythologie (1–25). Paris.

Dumézil, G. 1983. La Courtisane et les seigneurs colorés et autres essais. Vingt-cinq esquisses de mythologie (26–50). Paris.

Dumézil, G. 1983b. The Stakes of the Warrior. Translated by D. Weeks. Edited, with an Introduction, by J. Puhvel. Berkeley and Los Angeles. = Part 1 of Mythe et épopée II = Dumézil 1971:13–132 = Dumézil 1995:681–800.

Dumézil, G. 1985. L’oubli de l’homme et l’honneur des dieux et autres essais. Vingt-cinq esquisses de mythologie (51–75). Paris.

Dumézil, G. 1986. The Plight of the Sorcerer. Translated by D. Weeks and others. Edited by J. Puhvel and D. Weeks. Introduction by D. Weeks. Berkeley and Los Angeles. = Part 2 of Mythe et épopée II = Dumézil 1971.

Dumézil, G. 1994. Le roman des jumeaux et autres essais. Vingt-cinq esquisses de mythologie (76–100). Edited by J. H. Grisward, with preface at pp. 9–15. Paris.

Dumézil, G. [1995.] Mythe et épopée I, II, III. New combined and corrected edition of the original three volumes, with original paginations retained in the inner margins. Edited by J. H. Grisward, with preface at pp. 7–30. Paris.

Dumézil, G. [2005.] Esquisses de mythologie. New combined and corrected edition of the original four volumes of the Esquisses (Dumézil 1982, 1983, 1985, 1994), with original paginations retained in the inner margins. Edited by J. H. Grisward, with preface at pp. 7–27. Paris.

Elmer, D. F. 2013. The Poetics of Consent: Collective Decision Making and the Iliad. Baltimore.

Frazer, J. G., ed. and translation. 1921. Apollodorus: The Library. London. https://archive.org/details/library00athegoog.

Friis-Jensen, K., ed. 2015. Saxo Grammaticus: History of the Danes. Volume 1. Translated by P. Fisher. Oxford.

García-Ramón, J. L. 1996. “Sobre la tablilla PY Tn 316 y el pretendido presente radical i-je-to.” In Atti e memorie del secondo Congresso internazionale di micenologia: Roma-Napoli, 14–20 ottobre 1991, ed. E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi, 261–268. Incunabula graeca 98. Rome.

González, J. M., ed. 2015. Diachrony: Diachronic Studies of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture. MythosEikonPoiesis vol. 7. Berlin and Boston.

H24H. See Nagy 2013.

Hajnal, I., Kölligan, D., and Zipser, K., eds. 2017. Miscellanea Indogermanica: Festschrift für José Luis García Ramón zum 65. Geburtstag. Innsbruck.

Haubold, J. 2000. Homer’s People: Epic Poetry and Social Formation. Cambridge.

Householder, F. W., and Nagy, G., 1972. Greek: A Survey of Recent Work. Janua Linguarum Series Practica 211. The Hague.

HPC. See Nagy, G. 2010|2009.

Jacopin, P.-Y. 1988. “Anthropological Dialectics: Yukuna Ritual as Defensive Strategy.” Schweizerische Amerikanisten-Gesellschaft, Bulletin 52:35–46.

de Lamberterie, C. 2012. “L’apport du mycénien à l’étymologie grecque.” Études Mycéniennes 2010: Actes du XIIIe Colloque International sur les Textes Égéens, ed. P. Carlier, C. de Lamberterie, M. Egetmeyer, N. Guilleux, F. Rougemon, J. Zurbach, 489–509. Pisa/Rome.

Levaniouk, O., ed. 2017–. Classics@ 15: A Concise Inventory of Greek Etymologies. Washington, DC. https://www.chs.harvard.edu/CHS/article/display/6686.

Martin, R. P. 1989. The Language of Heroes: Speech and Performance in the Iliad. Ithaca, NY. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Martin.The_Language_of_Heroes.1989.

Massetti, L. 2018.11.15 under the entry aretḗ (ἀρετή). In Levaniouk, 2017–. https://www.chs.harvard.edu/CHS/article/display/6686.

Mathioudaki, I. 2003–2004. “η πινακίδα Tn 316 της Πύλου.” Πελοποννησιακά κζ′:103–127.

Meillet, A.1925. La méthode comparative en linguistique historique. Paris.

Merkelbach, R., and West, M. L., eds. 1967. Fragmenta Hesiodea. Oxford.

Mitchell, S. 2003. “The Fornaldarsǫgur and Nordic Balladry: The Sámsey Episode across Genres.” In Fornaldarsagornas Struktur och Ideologi: Handlingar från ett symposium i Uppsala 31.8–2.9 2001, ed. A. Jakobsson, A. Lassen, A. Ney, 245–256. Uppsala.

MoM. See Nagy 2016|2015.

Morrell, K. S. 1996–1997. “The Fabric of Persuasion: Clytaemnestra, Agamemnon, and the Sea of Garments.” The Classical Journal 92:141–165.

Muellner, L. 1996. The Anger of Achilles: Mênis in Greek Epic. Ithaca, NY. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_MuellnerL.The_Anger_of_Achilles.1996.

MW. See Merkelbach and West 1967.

Nagy, G. 1972. Introduction, Parts I and II, and Conclusions. In Greek: A Survey of Recent Work, F. W. Householder and G. Nagy, 15–72. Janua Linguarum Series Practica 211. The Hague.

Nagy, G. 1976. “The Name of Achilles: Etymology and Epic.” In Studies in Greek, Italic, and Indo-European Linguistics Offered to Leonard R. Palmer (ed. A. M. Davies and W. Meid) 209–237. Innsbruck. Recast as Ch. 5 and Ch. 6 (= pp. 69–93 and 94–117) in Nagy 1979.

Nagy, G. 1979/1999. The Best of the Achaeans: Concepts of the Hero in Archaic Greek Poetry. Baltimore. Revised ed. with new introduction 1999. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Best_of_the_Achaeans.1999.

Nagy, G. 1981. “Essai sur Georges Dumézil et l’étude de l’épopée grecque.” In Cahiers “Pour un temps”: Georges Dumézil, ed. J. Bonnet, 137–145. Aix-en-Provence. Rewritten as part of Chapter 1 in Nagy 1990.

Nagy, G. 1990. Greek Mythology and Poetics. Ithaca, NY. Revised paperback edition 1992. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Greek_Mythology_and_Poetics.1990.

Nagy, G. 1990a. Pindar’s Homer: The Lyric Possession of an Epic Past. Baltimore. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Pindars_Homer.1990.

Nagy, G. 1994–1995. “A Mycenaean Reflex in Homer: phorênai.” Minos 29–30:171–175. Paired with the article of Willi 1994–1995. See also Nagy 2015.03.01.

Nagy, G. 1994a. “The Name of Achilles: Questions of Etymology and ‘Folk Etymology’.” In Studies in Honor of Miroslav Marcovich. Illinois Classical Studies 19.2:3–9. Recast as Ch.6 (= pp. 131–137) in Nagy 2004.

Nagy, G. 1994b. “The Name of Apollo: Etymology and Essence.” In Apollo: Origins and Influences, ed. J. Solomon, 3–7. Tucson. Recast as Ch.7 (= pp. 138–143) in Nagy 2004.

Nagy, G. 1996a. Poetry as Performance: Homer and Beyond. Cambridge. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Poetry_as_Performance.1996.

Nagy, G. 1996b. Homeric Questions. Austin. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homeric_Questions.1996.

Nagy, G. 2003. Homeric Responses. Austin. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homeric_Responses.2003.

Nagy, G. 2004. Homer’s Text and Language. Urbana and Chicago, IL. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homers_Text_and_Language.2004.

Nagy, G. 2005. Foreword to Walsh 2005, at pp. ix–x.

Nagy, G. 2006. “The Epic Hero,” 2nd ed. (online version), http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.The_Epic_Hero.2005. Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, DC. The 1st ed. (printed version) of “The Epic Hero” appeared in 2005, A Companion to Ancient Epic, ed. J. M. Foley, 71–89 (the footnotes are missing in this edition). Oxford.

Nagy, G. 2008a. Greek: An Updating of a Survey of Recent Work. Cambridge, MA, and Washington, DC. Updating of Nagy 1972 using original page numbering. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Greek_an_Updating.2008.

Nagy, G. 2008b. Review (part 1) of West 2007. Indo-European Studies Bulletin 13:60–65. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Review_of_ML_West_Indo-European_Poetry_and_Myth.2008.

Nagy, G. 2010. Review (part 2) of West 2007. Classical Review 60:333–338. Expanded version available online at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Review_of_ML_West_Indo-European_Poetry_and_Myth.2010.

Nagy, G. 2010|2009. Homer the Preclassic. Printed | Online version. Berkeley and Los Angeles. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homer_the_Preclassic.2009.

Nagy, G. 2011. “Diachrony and the Case of Aesop.” Classics@. Issue 9: Defense Mechanisms in Interdisciplinary Approaches to Classical Studies and Beyond. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Diachrony_and_the_Case_of_Aesop.2011.

Nagy, G. 2011.04.06. “Observations on Greek dialects in the late second millennium BCE.” Proceedings of the Academy of Athens. Volume 86 Second Issue (2011) 81–96. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Observations_on_Greek_Dialects.2011.

Nagy, G. 2013. The Ancient Greek Hero in 24 Hours. Cambridge, MA. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_NagyG.The_Ancient_Greek_Hero_in_24_Hours.2013.

Nagy, G. 2015. Abbreviated version of Nagy 2011. González 2015:233–290.

Nagy, G. 2015.03.01. “A second look at a possible Mycenaean reflex in Homer: phorēnai.” http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.A_Second_Look_at_a_Possible_Mycenaean_Reflex_in_Homer.2015.

Nagy, G. 2015.04.24. “A Haircut for Achilles and a Model for Greeks in the Post-Heroic Era.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/a-haircut-for-achilles-and-a-model-for-greeks-in-the-post-heroic-era/.

Nagy, G. 2015.07.22. “East of the Achaeans: Making up for a missed opportunity while reading Hittite texts.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/east-of-the-achaeans-making-up-for-a-missed-opportunity-while-reading-hittite-texts/.

Nagy, G. 2015.12.24. “Pindar’s Homer is not ‘our’ Homer.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/pindars-homer-is-not-our-homer/.

Nagy, G. 2016|2015. Masterpieces of Metonymy: From Ancient Greek Times to Now. Hellenic Studies 72. Cambridge, MA, and Washington, DC. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Masterpieces_of_Metonymy.2015.

Nagy, G. 2017a. “Things Said and Not Said in a Ritual Text: Iguvine Tables Ib 10–16 / VIb 48–53.” In Hajnal, Kölligan, and Zipser 2017:509–549. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Things_Said_and_Not_Said_in_a_Ritual_Text.2016.

Nagy, G. 2017b. “A Sampling of comments on the Iliad and Odyssey.” http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.A_Sampling_of_Comments_on_the_Iliad_and_Odyssey.2017.

Nagy, G. 2017.03.23. “Sappho and Aesop, distinctions between diachronic and historical perspectives.” Classical Inquirieshttps://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/sappho-and-aesop-distinctions-between-diachronic-and-historical-perspectives/.

Nagy, G. 2017.12.28. “A sampling of comments on Pausanias: 1.14.1–9.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/a-sampling-of-comments-on-pausanias-1-14-1-9/.

Nagy, G. 2018.01.25. “A sampling of comments on Pausanias: 1.18.1–9.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/a-sampling-of-comments-on-pausanias-1-18-1-9/.

Nagy, G. 2018.04.20. “A sampling of comments on the Herakles of Euripides.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/a-sampling-of-comments-on-the-herakles-of-euripides/.

Nagy, G. 2019.04.19. “About a defeat of the Centaurs, and how to imagine such an event in Olympia.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/about-a-defeat-of-the-centaurs-and-how-to-imagine-such-an-event-in-olympia/.

Nagy, G. 2019.05.10. “On Herakles as a model for the athlete Milo of Croton.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/on-herakles-as-a-model-for-the-athlete-milo-of-croton/.

Nagy, G. 2019.07.12. “The apotheosis of Hēraklēs on Olympus and the mythological origins of the Olympics.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/the-apotheosis-of-herakles-on-olympus-and-the-mythological-origins-of-the-olympics/.

Nagy, G. 2019.07.26. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology I, Hēraklēs as athlete.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-i-herakles-as-athlete/.

Nagy, G. 2019.08.02. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology II, Hēraklēs as an ‘Indo-European’ hero.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-ii-herakles-as-an-indo-european-hero/.

Nagy, G. 2019.08.08. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology III, Hēraklēs compared to a hero of the Mahābhārata.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-iii-herakles-compared-to-a-hero-of-the-mahabharata/.

Nagy, G. 2019.08.15. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology IV, Reconstructing Hēraklēs backward in time.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-iv-reconstructing-herakles-backward-in-time/.

Nagy, G. 2019.08.22. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology V, Reconstructing Hēraklēs forward in time.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-v-reconstructing-herakles-forward-in-time/.

Nagy, G. 2019.08.30. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology VI, A Mycenaean phase in the reception of myths about Hēraklēs.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-vi-a-mycenaean-phase-in-the-reception-of-myths-about-herakles/.

Nagy, G. 2019.09.06. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology VII, Greek mythological models for prototyping Hēraklēs.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-vii-greek-mythological-models-for-prototyping-herakles/.

Nagy, G. 2019.09.13. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology VIII, Some rough patches along the way toward a prototyping of Hēraklēs.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-viii-some-rough-patches-along-the-way-toward-a-prototyping-of-herakles/.

Nagy, G. 2019.09.20. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology IX, Further rough patches for Hēraklēs.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-ix-further-rough-patches-for-herakles/.

Nagy, G. 2019.09.27. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology X, A Homeric lens for viewing Hēraklēs.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-x-a-homeric-lens-for-viewing-herakles/.

Nagy, G. 2019.10.04. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XI, Homeric marginalizations of Hēraklēs as an epic hero.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xi-homeric-marginalizations-of-herakles-as-an-epic-hero/.

Nagy, G. 2019.10.11. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XII, Hēraklēs at his station in Mycenaean Tiryns.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xii-herakles-at-his-station-in-mycenaean-tiryns/.

Nagy, G. 2019.10.18. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XIII, with a focus on the role of Hēraklēs as kingmaker.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xiii-with-a-focus-on-the-role-of-herakles-as-kingmaker/.

Nagy, G. 2019.10.25. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XIV, with a focus on the role of Hēraklēs as a leader of fighting men.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xiv/.

Nagy, G. 2019.10.31. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XV, with a focus on Hēraklēs of Tiryns as military leader of the Mycenaean Empire.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xv/.

Nagy, G. 2019.11.08. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XVI, with a focus on Dorians led by kingly ‘sons’ of Hēraklēs the kingmaker.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xvi-with-a-focus-on-dorians-led-by-kingly-sons-of-herakles-the-kingmaker/.

Nagy, G. 2019.11.15. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XVII, with placeholders that stem from a conversation with Tom Palaima, starting with this question: was Hēraklēs a Dorian?” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xvii-with-placeholders-that-stem-from-a-conversation-with-tom-palaima-starting-with-this-question-was-herakles-a-dorian/.

Nagy, G. 2019.11.27. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XVIII, a post-Mycenaean view of Hēraklēs as founder of the Olympics.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xviii-a-post-mycenaean-view-of-herakles-as-founder-of-the-olympics/.

Nagy, G. 2019.12.20. “Thinking comparatively about Greek mythology XIX, a post-Mycenaean view of Hēraklēs as a performer of his Labors.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xix-a-post-mycenaean-view-of-herakles-as-a-performer-of-his-labors/.

Nagy, G. 2020.02.14. “Comments on comparative mythology 1, about Apollo.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/comments-on-comparative-mythology-1-about-apollo/.

Nagy, G. 2020.02.21. “Comments on comparative mythology 2, about an Indo-European background for ancient Greek myths about Hēraklēs, son of Zeus.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/comments-on-comparative-mythology-2-about-an-indo-european-background-for-ancient-greek-myths-about-herakles-son-of-zeus/.

Nagy, G. 2020.02.28. “Comments on comparative mythology 3, about trifunctionality and the Judgment of Paris.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/comments-on-comparative-mythology-3-about-trifunctionalism-and-the-judgment-of-paris/.

Nagy, G. 2020.03.06. “Comments on comparative mythology 4, a dysfunctional misunderstanding of trifunctionality in myths about the Judgment of Paris.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/comments-on-comparative-mythology-4-a-dysfunctional-misunderstanding-of-trifunctionality-in-myths-about-the-judgment-of-paris/.

Nagy, G. 2020.03.13. “Comments on comparative mythology 5, an afterthought of Georges Dumézil about trifunctionality and the Judgment of Paris.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/comments-on-comparative-mythology-5-an-afterthought-of-georges-dumezil-about-trifunctionality-in-the-judgment-of-paris/.

Nagy, G. 2020.03.20. “Comments on comparative mythology 6, trifunctionality and the goddess Hērā.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/comments-on-comparative-mythology-6-trifunctionality-and-the-goddess-hera/.

Nagy, G. 2020.04.03. “Comments on comparative mythology 7, finding a cure for the anger of Hērā.” Classical Inquiries. https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/comments-on-comparative-mythology-7-finding-a-cure-for-the-anger-of-hera/.

Nikoloudis, S. 2006. The ra-wa-ke-ta: Ministerial Authority and Mycenaean Cultural Identity. PhD dissertation, University of Texas.

Nilsson, M. P. 1933. Homer and Mycenae. London.

Nilsson, M. P. 1972. The Mycenaean Origins of Greek Mythology. Sather Classical Lectures 8. Paperback edition, with new introduction and bibliography by E. Vermeule. Berkeley. Original publication 1932.

O’Brien, J. V. 1993. The transformation of Hera: A study of ritual, hero, and the goddess in the Iliad. Lanham, MD.

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