Balcanica, Vol. XXXVI by Institute for Balkan Studies

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Mikić, “Beitrag zur Antropologie spätrömischer bis zum spätmittelaltericher Bevölkerungen Jugoslawiens“, Godišnjak Centra za balkanološka ispitivanja ANU BiH XXII/20 (Sarajevo, 1984), 50–53. 13 Z. Nedeljković, “Srednjovekovna nekropola ‘Grčko groblje’ u Rezalama”, Glasnik Muzeja Kosova XIII/XIV (Pristina, 1984), 89-98. 14 15 16 Mikić, “Beitrag zur Antropologie”, 45-49. V. S. Jovanović, Arheološka istraživanja, 29-30. M. Ćorović-Ljubinković, “Arheološka iskopavanja na Novom Brdu u toku 1957. godine”, Starinar IX-X (Belgrade, 1958/59), 323-326.

Petrović, Charity, Good Deeds and the Poor 53 As a common and recurring element in ritual, religious and everyday practices, charitable giving became typified and universal. These characteristics contributed to the forming of cultural patterns which were integrated into the philosophical and ethical doctrines of different religious systems, and in that way they gained their ideological and humanistic strength. Charity, mercy, compassion, pity are built into the foundations of universal religious thought as regards the role of individual acts of charity and good works in human salvation.

In the beginning he twice addresses him as philon tekos, my dear child, and he gives a touching description of how when Achilles was a baby, he used to hold him on his knee and accepted having his clothes soiled at meals. Phoenix concludes the first part of his speech, the tale of his own life, with the statement that since he knew that he would never have sons of his own, he gave Achilles this place in his world. Also, it is noticeable that the relationship between parents and children is the dominant theme of the speech: not only are the two main stories, of Phoenix himself and of Meleager, both concerned with this relationship, but it also comes up in other passages.

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