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" ... its place between the thymele and the stage, and had stood with its face to the stage, made an evolution, and proceeded in files towards the theatre, in the narrower sense of the word ; that is, towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper... "
The Birds of Aristophanes, with notes by C.C. Felton - Page 190
by Aristophanes - 1849
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History of the Literature of Ancient Greece, Volume 1

Karl Otfried Müller - Greek literature - 1840 - 516 pages
...towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapaestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long...kommation, and ended with a very long and protracted anapaestic system, which, from its trial of the breath, was called pnigos (also makrori). In this parabasis...
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History of the literature of ancient Greece [tr. by sir G.C. Lewis and J.W ...

Carl Otfried Müller - 1840
...towards the place of the spectators.- This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapsestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long verses; it began with a short opening song, (in anapoestic or trochaic verse,) which was called kommation, and ended with a very long and protracted...
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History of the Literature of Ancient Greece: To the Period of Isocrates

Karl Otfried Müller - Greek literature - 1847 - 530 pages
...towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapaestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long...(in anapaestic or trochaic verse,) which was called kommalion, and ended with a very long and protracted anapaestic system, which, from its trial of the...
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A History of the Literature of Ancient Greece

Karl Otfried Müller - Greek literature - 1847 - 352 pages
...towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapaestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long verses ; it began with a short opening song, (in anapoestic or trochaic verse,) which was called kommation, and ended with a very long and protracted...
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The Birds of Aristophanes

Aristophanes - 1849 - 228 pages
...towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapaestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long verses ; it began with a short opening song (in anapoestic or trochaic verse), which was called kommation, and ended with a very long and protracted...
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Eclogĉ Aristophanicĉ, selections from The clouds (The birds) with ..., Part 2

Aristophanes - 1852
...towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapaestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long...from its trial of the breath was called pnigos (also maknn). In this parabasis the poet makes his chorus speak of his own poetical affairs, of the object...
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A History of the Literature of Ancient Greece, Volume 2

Karl Otfried Müller, John William Donaldson - Greek literature - 1858
...towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapaestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long...kommation, and ended with a very long and protracted anapaestic system, which, from its trial of the breath, was called pnigos (also makron). In this parabasis...
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The Birds: With Notes, and a Metrical Table

Aristophanes - 1861
...towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapaestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long...kommation, and ended with a very long and protracted anapaestic system, which, from its trial of the breath, was called pnigos (also makron). In this parabasis...
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The Birds of Aristophanes

Aristophanes - 1864 - 236 pages
...towards the place of the spectators. This is the proper parabasis, which usually consisted of anapaestic tetrameters, occasionally mixed up with other long...kommation, and ended with a very long and protracted anapaestic system, which, from its trial of the breath, was called pnigos (also makrori). In this parabasis...
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