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documents:songlines2 [2014/02/21 17:28]
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documents:songlines2 [2016/06/18 21:20] (current)
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 ===== Transcript ===== ===== Transcript =====
-----+  LIGHTMAN : My guess is that he had a couple of stops. Here's your history quiz . What was Alexander'​s first act 
 +  when he crossed into Asia? 
 +  NAGASSA: ​  He made sacrifices to the Homeric heroesPlutarch describes the events in section XV of his 'Life  
 +  of Alexander. 
 +  "Then going up to Ilium he sacrificed to Athena and poured libations to the heroes. Furthermore the 
 +  gravestone of Achilles he anointed with oil ran a race by it with his companions naked as is the custom ​ and 
 +  then crowned it with garlands pronouncing the hero happy in having while he lived a faithful friend and after 
 +  death a great herald of his fame. As he was going about and viewing the sights of the city someone asked him 
 +  if he wished to see the lyre of Paris· 'For that lyre' said Alexander ​ ' I care very little; but I would 
 +  gladly see that of Achilles to which he used to sing the glorious deeds of brave men '. " 
 +  LIGHTMAN : The gravestone of AchilleS··· Garlands... The Lyre ... What is that code for? 
 +  NAGASSA :  You ' re asking me? So you think Hank went there? 
 +  LIGHTMAN : And he would go to where Alexander ' s story ended . . 
 +  NAGASSA :  Babylon? 
 +  LIGHTMAN : I was thinking Alexandria . 
 +  NAGASSA :  Isn ' t the tomb supposed to be under water? 
 +  LIGHTMAN : Like that would stop Hank · But there are a lot of theoriesSomething interesting to chew on.  
 +  Which part should we be focusing on? The Helen of Troy part, the code part or the Hank Johnson part? 
 +  NAGASSA :  All of the above . 
 +  LIGHTMAN : I'll leave this with you, from Diodorus: 
 +  ''​Now there is in Lycia near the city of Xanthus a spring which at this time as we are told was of its own 
 +  motion upheaved from its depths, and overflowed and cast forth a bronze tablet bearing the prints of ancient  
 +  letters in which it was made known that the empire of the Persians would one day be destroyed by the Greeks  
 +  and come to an end. Encouraged by this prophecy Alexander hastened to clear up the sea coast as far as  
 +  Cilicia and Phoenicia. "  
 +  NAGASSA: ​ Glyphs? 
 +  LIGHTMAN : Ask Hank · 
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 ===== Analysis ===== ===== Analysis =====
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