The Panathenaea, at which the new robes for the image of he goddess were carried through the city, spread like a sail on a mast.
It deals merely with the legalised recitation of Homeric poetry, and of that poetry alone, at the Panathenaea.
The most celebrated festival of the city-goddess was the Panathenaea at Athens and other places.
At Athens there was a law that the Homeric poems should be recited (ῥαψῳδεῖσθαι) on every occasion of the Panathenaea.
Mr. Verrall supposes the "Cyclic" poems, as well as our Homer, to have been recited at the Panathenaea.
Here he established the worship of Athena, instituted the Panathenaea, and built an Erechtheum.
You must ride at the Panathenaea on a horse fit for the great king: four acres of my best vines went for that folly.