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Writing and Literary History in Cicero's Brutus Escritura e historia literaria en el Brutus

Description: In this paper we try to present Cicero’s Brutus as a product of the tension of that age between writing and orality. The work is a history written in dialogue form whose content is basically a product of orality, the speechs delivered by the most famous roman orators. Cicero, writer of this history,...
Language(s): Español

Banishing the Poet: The Pedagogical Function of Mythology in the Dialogues of Plato Destierro del poeta: la función pedagógica de la mitología en los diálogos de Platón

Author(s): Martínez, Javier
Description: This text attempts to develop a sound justification for Plato’s pedagogical use of myth in the dialogues. In particular, I seek to resolve a seeming contradiction: why Plato personally made use of myths in spite of his many statements that seem to contradict such a pedagogical approach, especially h...
Language(s): Inglés

Tragedy, comedy and socratic dialogue: the Symposium between the theatrical genres, Socrates between the beauty and the ugliness, ἒρωϛ between the high and the low Tragedia, comedia y diálogo socrático: el Banquete entre los géneros teatrales, Sócrates entre la belleza y la fealdad, ἔρως entre lo elevado y lo bajo

Description: Various readings of some speeches of Plato’s Symposium propose that within them the characters work with a mixture of the tragic and the comic. This article combines these results and adds elements of analysis to construct an interpretation of the dialogue that integrate the previous results into a ...
Language(s): Español

Latin Feminine Personal Names of Greek origin coming from the Iberian Peninsula Los antropónimos femeninos latinos de origen griego de la Península Ibérica

Author(s): Striano, Araceli
Description: The presence of Greek Personal Names in the Latin inscriptions coming from the Iberian Peninsula is considerable. Furthermore, from the evidence found in religious centres it is clear that these inscriptions comprise a broad chronological period reaching to Medieval times. This paper shows that the ...
Language(s): Español

The demonstratives reinforced by the deictic particle in the Corpus Aristotelicum: reasons for the exclusive use of ὁδί Los demostrativos con partícula deíctica en el Corpus Aristotelicum: razones del uso exclusivo de ὁδί

Description: This paper shows that there are striking differences between Aristotle and other Attic writers (Plato and rhetoricians) with regards to the demonstrative system. On the one hand, the form ὁδί is the only reinforced pronoun used by Aristotle, in contrast to the usual οὑτοσί of the 4th century, and ev...
Language(s): Español

Una lista de autores literarios en Plinio el Viejo: Naturalis Historia VII 107-117

Description: In NH VII 107-117 the Elder Pliny offers a selection of Greek and Roman notabilities who achieved prominence through their ingenium. This selection follows the model set by περὶ τεχνιτῶν treatises, especially Varro's De Poetis. Pliny's selection is based on two considerations: the glory achieved by ...
Language(s): Español

Cannibalism in Latin-Greek sources: its references in mythology and ancient philosophy El fenómeno del canibalismo en las fuentes literarias greco-romanas: su mención en la mitología y la filosofía antigua

Author(s): Sanz, Domingo F.
Description: This article tries to analyze and comment on the greater amount of references regarding the phenomenon of cannibalism that there exists in Greek and Latin literary tradition. After reviewing many of the sources, it is possible to distinguish the different ways in which this tradition approached such...
Language(s): Español

Imago rapti: CERES’ wrath in Claud., Pros. III 260-268 Imago rapti: La ira de Ceres en Claud., Pros. III 260-268

Description: This article explores the comparison, made by Claudian in The Rape of Proserpine, between the wrath of Ceres when her daughter disappears and the wrath of Hyrcanian tigress when their cubs are stolen. We will try to demonstrate that the most relevant precedent for the interpretation of the simile is...
Language(s): Español

HAVE-perfects in Post-classical and Early Byzantine Greek Sobre los perfectos con HABER en griego Post-clásico y Bizantino temprano

Author(s): Bentein, Klaas
Description: In this article, I analyze the use and development of periphrastic perfect constructions with the Ancient Greek verb «have» (ἔχω) in Post-classical and Early Byzantine Greek. To be more specific, I discuss the following four constructions: (a) ἔχω with active/middle aorist participle (anterior); (b)...
Language(s): Inglés

Demons, ghosts and masks in antiquity: larua concept considerations and their meanings Demonios, fantasmas y máscaras en la Antigüedad: consideraciones sobre el término larua y sus significados

Description: This paper examines the word larua, which has been commonly accepted as a revengeful evil spirit, in particular as a synonym of Lemur. Besides, it has other meanings such as «mask», although there is a connection between them. Through the different Roman sources examined, we suggest an updating of t...
Language(s): Español

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