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This front matter section of this book on Pindars sechste olympische Siegesode, contains table of contents and preface. This chapter provides close view at problems related to papers that require a more or less holistic view of the ode. So biography and significance of the non-mythical people of the ode (Hagesias, Phintis and Aineas) are discussed: first, prosopographical studies at olympic 6, secondly, origin and performance of olympic 6 and finally tackled the intricate problem of the unity of the poem. Some new results that are hopefully useful to cast a brighter light on the entire ode, their structure, meaning and imagery are obtained. Olympic 6 as an exemplary case study are sublimated in terms of the process, in the concrete historical data and other objectives. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: historical data; Olympic 6; prosopographical studies; Siegesode

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