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Trends in Classics

Journal of Classical Studies

Ed. by Montanari, Franco / Rengakos, Antonios

Editorial Board: Bernabé Pajares, Alberto / Billerbeck, Margarethe / Calame, Claude / Grethlein, Jonas / Hardie, Philip R. / Harrison, Stephen J. / Hinds, Stephen / Hunter, Richard / Kraus, Christina S. / Mastromarco, Giuseppe / Nagy, Gregory / Papanghelis, Theodore D. / Picone, Giusto / Raaflaub, Kurt / Whitmarsh, Tim / Zimmermann, Bernhard

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A Scenario for Stesichorus’ Portrayal of the Monster Geryon in the Geryoneis

Maria Noussia-Fantuzzi
Published Online: 2013-12-01 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/tc-2013-0014

Abstract: My reading of Stesichorus’ Geryoneis in this article is that of a poem that presents a different idea of relations between settlers and settled-upons and one that accommodates change through the adjustments in the representation of the monster Geryon – a reflection of and reaction to colonial encounters with non-Greeks in the West, both in Himera (Stesichorus’ hometown and the furthest Western colony of Sicily) and in Spain, where the poet sets the myth and the site of a Greek emporion in the sixth century BCE.

: Geryon; Heracles; Iberia; Stesichorus; monster; colonial experience; hybridity

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Published Online: 2013-12-01

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Citation Information: Trends in Classics, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 234–259, ISSN (Online) 1866-7481, ISSN (Print) 1866-7473, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/tc-2013-0014.

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