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Anactoria (or Anaktoria) is the name of a woman mentioned by poet Sappho as a lover of hers in Sappho's Fragment 16 (Lobel-Page edition) , often referred to by the title "To an Army Wife, in Sardis". Sappho 31 is traditionally called the "Ode to Anactoria", though no name appears in it (A. C. Swinburne, quoted in Lipking 1988). Algernon Charles Swinburne wrote a long poem in Poems and Ballads titled Anactoria, in which Sappho addresses Anactoria in imagery that includes sadomasochism, cannibalism, and dystheism. Lipking (1988) discusses Swinburne's poem.

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  • Anactoria (or Anaktoria) is the name of a woman mentioned by poet Sappho as a lover of hers in Sappho's Fragment 16 (Lobel-Page edition) , often referred to by the title "To an Army Wife, in Sardis". Sappho 31 is traditionally called the "Ode to Anactoria", though no name appears in it (A. C. Swinburne, quoted in Lipking 1988). Algernon Charles Swinburne wrote a long poem in Poems and Ballads titled Anactoria, in which Sappho addresses Anactoria in imagery that includes sadomasochism, cannibalism, and dystheism. Lipking (1988) discusses Swinburne's poem.
  • Anactória é uma mulher mencionada pela poetisa grega Safo como no Fragmento 16. O Fragmento 31 é tradicionalmente chamado de Ode a Anactória, embora dele não conste nenhum nome . Anactória também é mencionada em outro poema de Safo, Para uma mulher militar, em Sardis. Algernon Charles Swinburne escreveu um longo poema intitulado Anactória, no qual Safo refere-se a Anactoria em situações de sadomasoquismo, canibalismo e misoteísmo.
  • Anaktoria (atau Anactoria) merupakan nama seorang wanita yang disebut oleh penyair Sapfo sebagai kekasihnya di (edisi Lobel-Page) , sering disebut dengan judul "Kepada Istri Perwira, di Sardis". Sapfo 31 secara tradisional disebut "Ode kepada Anaktoria", meski tidak ada nama yang muncul di dalamnya (A. C. Swinburne, dikutip di dalam Lipking 1988). Algernon Charles Swinburne menulis sebuah puisi panjang di dalam berjudul Anaktoria, di mana Sapfo membahas Anaktoria dalam citra yang mencakup Sadomasokhisme, Kanibalisme, dan . Lipking (1988) discusses Swinburne's poem.
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  • Anactoria (or Anaktoria) is the name of a woman mentioned by poet Sappho as a lover of hers in Sappho's Fragment 16 (Lobel-Page edition) , often referred to by the title "To an Army Wife, in Sardis". Sappho 31 is traditionally called the "Ode to Anactoria", though no name appears in it (A. C. Swinburne, quoted in Lipking 1988). Algernon Charles Swinburne wrote a long poem in Poems and Ballads titled Anactoria, in which Sappho addresses Anactoria in imagery that includes sadomasochism, cannibalism, and dystheism. Lipking (1988) discusses Swinburne's poem.
  • Anaktoria (atau Anactoria) merupakan nama seorang wanita yang disebut oleh penyair Sapfo sebagai kekasihnya di (edisi Lobel-Page) , sering disebut dengan judul "Kepada Istri Perwira, di Sardis". Sapfo 31 secara tradisional disebut "Ode kepada Anaktoria", meski tidak ada nama yang muncul di dalamnya (A. C. Swinburne, dikutip di dalam Lipking 1988). Algernon Charles Swinburne menulis sebuah puisi panjang di dalam berjudul Anaktoria, di mana Sapfo membahas Anaktoria dalam citra yang mencakup Sadomasokhisme, Kanibalisme, dan . Lipking (1988) discusses Swinburne's poem. Anaktoria hampir seperti "inspirasi" di dalam puisi Sapfo. Ia disebutkan pada awal puisi seperti Homer digunakan untuk memanggil dewa-dewa atau inspirasi.
  • Anactória é uma mulher mencionada pela poetisa grega Safo como no Fragmento 16. O Fragmento 31 é tradicionalmente chamado de Ode a Anactória, embora dele não conste nenhum nome . Anactória também é mencionada em outro poema de Safo, Para uma mulher militar, em Sardis. Algernon Charles Swinburne escreveu um longo poema intitulado Anactória, no qual Safo refere-se a Anactoria em situações de sadomasoquismo, canibalismo e misoteísmo.
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