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Last part to the other two keeps getting blackholed
87
older partner is referred to as the
With the exception of the "kidnapping," which seems to be unique to Crete**, what has been sketched here is the model for those Doric cities which had not evolved to the classical form and some other primitive areas. Sparta refined the Doric model in the course of her own unique development; details can be found in Couroi et Couretes, 463-591. It must be stressed that the relationship was between a man and a beardless boy and ended when the boy became an adult physically; that the man was the affectionate sponsor of the boy, concerned for his development and well-being; that sponsorship was a societal responsibilty; and that intercourse, far from being the purpose of the relationship, was rare and governed by ritual form: the nurturing love of the philetor must not
devolve into lust, the boy must not be exploited or womanized''. If it
Jeanmaire remarks that the bond between the boy and his kidnapper is
"analogous to that which, in our own chivalry, bound the squire to his master." (452)
35. "Dazu fist beachtenswert, daB uns der griechische Gewahrsmann ausdriicklich mitteilt, der altere Partner hebe der philetor des Knaben geheifen, also nicht der erastes in der klassischen Form der Knabenliebe.
Das Wort philein...meint eine Art der Zuneigung, die nicht eigentiimlich sexuell bestimmt ist, jedoch immer ein tatiges 'Wohltun' einschlieft. Die
Endung -efor bedeutet haufig cine Art Amt [n.38. Beispicle: jyjrwp,
KoophTwp, pirwp, KAjTwp.), so daB wir auf die genaue Ubersetzung:
'(liebevoller) Barrener' gefiihrt werden." Patzer 79.
36. But cf. the story of Zeus and Ganymede, Patzer 81.
37. The discussion of dikaios vs. adikos eros of the classical form, pp46-
_Ephemeral_ _Ephemeral_
22 jun
Last part to the other two keeps getting blackholed 87 older partner is referred to as the With the exception of the "kidnapping," which seems to be unique to Crete**, what has been sketched here is the model for those Doric cities which had not evolved to the classical form and some other primitive areas. Sparta refined the Doric model in the course of her own unique development; details can be found in Couroi et Couretes, 463-591. It must be stressed that the relationship was between a man and a beardless boy and ended when the boy became an adult physically; that the man was the affectionate sponsor of the boy, concerned for his development and well-being; that sponsorship was a societal responsibilty; and that intercourse, far from being the purpose of the relationship, was rare and governed by ritual form: the nurturing love of the philetor must not devolve into lust, the boy must not be exploited or womanized''. If it Jeanmaire remarks that the bond between the boy and his kidnapper is "analogous to that which, in our own chivalry, bound the squire to his master." (452) 35. "Dazu fist beachtenswert, daB uns der griechische Gewahrsmann ausdriicklich mitteilt, der altere Partner hebe der philetor des Knaben geheifen, also nicht der erastes in der klassischen Form der Knabenliebe. Das Wort philein...meint eine Art der Zuneigung, die nicht eigentiimlich sexuell bestimmt ist, jedoch immer ein tatiges 'Wohltun' einschlieft. Die Endung -efor bedeutet haufig cine Art Amt [n.38. Beispicle: jyjrwp, KoophTwp, pirwp, KAjTwp.), so daB wir auf die genaue Ubersetzung: '(liebevoller) Barrener' gefiihrt werden." Patzer 79. 36. But cf. the story of Zeus and Ganymede, Patzer 81. 37. The discussion of dikaios vs. adikos eros of the classical form, pp46-
4.4.1 An analog from Doric Greece.
For Doric Greece we are relatively well informed concerning practices at Sparta and among the Doric population of Crete. For the latter we have the report of Ephoros from the fourth century. The process starts with the ritual kidnapping of a little boy. The boy's family
31. Because for the male, physical puberty, the actual occasion for all this, is hard to pin down.
32. Patzer 72-90; Jeanmaire 421-460.
_Ephemeral_ _Ephemeral_
22 jun
4.4.1 An analog from Doric Greece. For Doric Greece we are relatively well informed concerning practices at Sparta and among the Doric population of Crete. For the latter we have the report of Ephoros from the fourth century. The process starts with the ritual kidnapping of a little boy. The boy's family 31. Because for the male, physical puberty, the actual occasion for all this, is hard to pin down. 32. Patzer 72-90; Jeanmaire 421-460.
Heracles was once a Great King, he is said in
Peloponnesian Doric Tradition to be the progenitors of their Great Kingdoms, and His
Many sons
Founded the Dynasties of Many Hellenic kingdoms. Among the so called Heracleidae was the Dynasties of Macedonia, Sparta and
Corinth. - Founded the Dynasties of Many Hellenic kingdoms. Among the so called Heracleidae was the Dynasties of Macedonia, Sparta and Corinth.
Scrimwunos Scrimwunos
19 apr
Heracles was once a Great King, he is said in Peloponnesian Doric Tradition to be the progenitors of their Great Kingdoms, and His Many sons Founded the Dynasties of Many Hellenic kingdoms. Among the so called Heracleidae was the Dynasties of Macedonia, Sparta and Corinth. - Founded the Dynasties of Many Hellenic kingdoms. Among the so called Heracleidae was the Dynasties of Macedonia, Sparta and Corinth.
GREEK DORIC
PLATE
Scrimwunos Scrimwunos
10 apr
GREEK DORIC PLATE
*GRABS YOUR BALLS*
Doric
10
I said no
*GRABS YOUR BALLS* Doric 10 I said no
1. Scots Transcription
In - Far did ye gang tae the school
Neil?
R - Awis brocht up in Couter, jist ootside Aiberdeen, an thon wis far A first gaed tae the scweel, tae the local primary scweel.
In - An fit wis it like, did ye get ony
Scots thare?
R - It wis a primary scweel wi twa- three hunner bairns in a tounie wi a puckle thoosand fowk, pairt suburban an pairt country. Naw, we didna get ony Scots, it jist wisna alloued an the lessons wis aw in
English. Haein said that, tae start wi, the war some o the bairns cuidna spik onything but Scots, sae the teachers jist haed tae thole it. As the time gaed by thay tholed it less an less tho.
In - So did ye get the strap for speakin Scots?
Not sure if it's due to my upbringing, but can
anyone else read Scots and Doric just fine? - Not sure if it's due to my upbringing, but can anyone else read Scots and Doric just fine?
Bloodworth404 Bloodworth404
25 mar
1. Scots Transcription In - Far did ye gang tae the school Neil? R - Awis brocht up in Couter, jist ootside Aiberdeen, an thon wis far A first gaed tae the scweel, tae the local primary scweel. In - An fit wis it like, did ye get ony Scots thare? R - It wis a primary scweel wi twa- three hunner bairns in a tounie wi a puckle thoosand fowk, pairt suburban an pairt country. Naw, we didna get ony Scots, it jist wisna alloued an the lessons wis aw in English. Haein said that, tae start wi, the war some o the bairns cuidna spik onything but Scots, sae the teachers jist haed tae thole it. As the time gaed by thay tholed it less an less tho. In - So did ye get the strap for speakin Scots? Not sure if it's due to my upbringing, but can anyone else read Scots and Doric just fine? - Not sure if it's due to my upbringing, but can anyone else read Scots and Doric just fine?
Count to 10 Well Sir we will be Doric be, twill
Sleep for Your- worrying
Thot's 4;
5 tine Yo
ing ShouldTbe just be like
Sleep for- Your- worrying ? soing
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Count to 10 Well Sir we will be Doric be, twill Sleep for Your- worrying Thot's 4; 5 tine Yo ing ShouldTbe just be like Sleep for- Your- worrying ? soing Tyashtan Comics