Why does Pindar use athletic victors as the hinge for a discussion of moral virtues?
What does Pindar have to say about the importance of family background?
How are metaphors and images used in Pindar’s poetry to convey his ideas about human achievement?
How does Pindar associate his own poetic skills with those of the victorious athlete?
In what sense is Pindar’s outlook an “antidemocratic” one?
Why does not Pindar simply tell his myths in a straightforward manner?