Category Archives: Hesiod

Hesiod ‘Works and Days’ 54-105 (Contributed by Emanuele Pezzani)

This is Hesiod’s account of Pandora’s myth in the Works and Days and there is barely a mention of the famous jar, a story which he had previously told in […]

Theogony 22-34 (Contributed by Sarah Cassidy)

Hesiod’s enchanting proem provides a great insight into the tradition of divine inspiration in Greek poetry and also presents us with some interesting hermeneutical issues, such as the exact meaning […]