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Sophocles’ death from the loss of breath and from joy attributes his demise to his craft, the very thing that made him Sophocles. These stories parallel those of athletes who, after remarkable careers in the Panhellenic games, commit transgressions. Cleomedes of Astypalaia slays his opponent in a boxing match, goes mad, and kills sixty boys in their school in his home town. Euthycles of Locri, a pentathlete, is executed wrongly for betraying an embassy for his city. Oebotas of Dyme, a sprinter, curses his fellow Achaeans to perpetual defeat at Olympia for not rewarding his victory in the games there.

Also Perrotta (1935); Untersteiner (1935); Waldock (1951), whose explication of Sophoclean drama is seriously marred by excessive pedantry and adherence to hazy literary principles; Maddalena (1959/ 19632); Musurillo (1967). 8 andreas markantonatos no means subordinated to terrible, stark insights into divine law, but rather emphasized with such persistency as to give a different moral to the mythical stories, fixing our attention on the virtues of the protagonists, while at the same time clarifying the complexities of ancient religious thinking.

7. 30 Plin. NH 18; Parian Marble 56; Lessing (1990; orig. 1760–1766) 287; Tyrrell (2006) 117–123. 31 Apollod. Bibl. 2; Soph. Tript. fr. 596 (Radt): ‘Dragons holding astride the pole of the chariot with their coils’; fr. ’ 32 Pl. Menex. 238 a. 33 At the same time, this promotion of Athens propagandized the foreign policy that Cimon championed at home and abroad. L. 34 In turn, Cimon’s influence may be felt in the selection of Sophocles as a cithara player on the Stoa Poikile. The original name of the porch, the Peisianaktios, recognized its builder, Peisianax, Cimon’s brother-in-law.

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