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Such formulae from the mysteries as Sapaei Te, Mutrrai, tov Oeov aeawafievov — Hvpy']Ka/xev, avy^alpofjuev — "Kcpuyop kcikov, -qvpov afxetvov, imply a close connection between the Peripeteia and the Anagnorisis, and enable us to understand why these two elements are regarded by Aristotle as normally belonging to Tragedy. If we examine the kind of myth which seems to underly the various ' Eniautos ' celebrations we shall find : 1. Fn^r TT : y 1 the T d u Memnon is skin b y Achilles. Zeus , a » d obtains the gift of immortality which she brings to him Epiphany of Eos. A numerical tabulation of the above results would be mislead- ing, both because most of the conclusions are only probabilities, and still more because we cannot generally constitute the trilogies to which the various lost tragedies belong.

Such a Peripeteia is clearly associated with an Anagnorisis, a Recognition or Discovery. (This Glaucus, restored to life by snakes, may well have been a form of Year-daimon.) Psychagdgoi : the plot is unknown, except that the title is said to have denoted ' persons who by charms of some sort resurrect the souls of the dead.' Bekk. The extremely close connection between the mysteries and the Year-daimon will be in the minds of all who have read the present volume.

Reincarnation of ancestors among Central Australians. 352 Ritual Forms in Greek Tragedy Andromache: Thetis appears, (1) sheds comfort on the suffering Peleus and Andromache, and (2) orders that Neoptolemus be laid in his tabu tomb at Delphi. Iphigenia Taurica: Athena appears, (1) appeases Thoas, promises comfort to Orestes, and (2) founds the worship of Artemis-Iphigenia at Halae and Brauron.

The Theophanies in the extant plays of Euripides are as follows : Hippolytus: Artemis appears, (1) comforts and reconciles Theseus and Hippolytus, and (2) founds the ritual of Hippolytus at Trozen.

(Perhaps an invention made about the year 428, see Bethe, Prolegomena, pp.

The answer, I think, is not that he invented the introduction of gods : he clearly did not : but that, more suo, he introduced them in a sharply defined manner, always at the end of the play, and, it would seem, with some particularly smooth and effective machinery.

There remain outside the above plays some 23 of which our knowledge is so scanty that no prima facie conclusions can, as far as I can see, be Epiphanies in Euripides 351 drawn.

Now Peripeteia of some kind is perhaps in itself a necessary or normal part of any dramatic story. It must come into Greek tragedy from the Sacer Ludus, in which the dead God is Recognized or Discovered. An Agon or Contest, the Year against its enemy, Light against Darkness, Summer against Winter. A Pathos of the Year-Daimon, generally a ritual or sacrificial death, in which Adonis or Attis is slain by the tabu animal, the Pharmakos stoned, Osiris, Dionysus, Pentheus, Orpheus, Hippolytus torn to pieces (a7rapa6p ^uropas Lni™! t " n Ce , rtain ' x T U n^' e k QOW that the Kabiri themselves made an appeal ance. If we could, the final Theophanies would probably be still more numerous.

Heracles : Theseus is of course not a god, but he is a worshipped hero ; and his function in this play is just that of the ordinary Deus. Rex.) He goes out to Kithairon in this play, 17~1 f. 1704 ft'.) and reflect on the curious 'passing' of Oedipus in the Coloneus, a suspicion occurs that the true ritual end of the Oedipus-dronienon was the supernatural departure of the hero-daimon to his unknown haunt on the mountain. He is certainly I think a kouros like in youth and 1 For a full statement of this, Prof. To him, as Eniautos-daimon, are brought offerings of young bulls and a new-moon boat, not a service of do ut des, not as gifts to persuade, but rather magically to induce- him : and, in his honour with like intent, is played out the renouveau of bird and tree, the mimic drama of the Dithyramb. We may compare the figure of Pandora the Earth-Goddess as she appears on the Bayle cylix in the British Museum (see my Myth, and Mom. Further, it assumes, in accord with the overwhelming weight of ancient tradition, that the Dance in question is originally or centrally that of Dionysus ; and it regards Dionysus, in this connection, as the spirit of the Dithyramb or Spring Dromenon (see above, Chapter VI.), an ' Eniautos-Daimon,' who represents the cyclic death and rebirth of the world, including the rebirth of the tribe by the return of the heroes or dead ancestors. Indeed I think it can be shown that every extant tragedy contains somewhere towards the end the celebration of a tabu tomb. Psychostasia : the epiphany here was famous and elaborate. It seems possible that the council of the gods described in II. as insisting on the ransoming of Hector made an appearance. He may be a dead king, if so he is worshipped as a functionary, a fertility-daimon not as an individual ; he is like Cecrops, like Erichthonios. Dieterich's 'epoch-making' Die Entstehung der Tragbdie in Archiv f. Near him is his holy tree, sign and symbol of the life and function of an Agathos Daimon. The figure of the Kouros, as noted above, has a htiff, half-lifeless look. the Hippolytus represents the legendary death of that hero, regarded as the Aition of a certain , ritual lamentation practised by the maidens of Trozen. But it is much more often 342 Ritual Forms in Greek Tragedy the death or Pathos of some hero. In the third we know that Hermes appeared at the beginning. ad 1317), and then rides through the air uttering prophecies and founding the rite of her children's worship. Heracleidae : who is, in the ritual sense, the 'hero' of the Heracleidael Without doubt Eurystheus ; it is the "Ayos of his death and his sacred grave or ' place of burial ' (1040 ff.) that constitute the Aition of the play. seems to be incomplete, but it clearly contains the foundation by the Hero himself of his own tabu ritual. Theophanies and Theophany- Forms 353 Medea : it ends with a scene in which Medea appears on a height (Schol.

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