author = "Pérez Castro, Lois C."

Encontrado 26 documentos, página mostrada 1 de 3

Naturaleza y composición del sermo castrensis latino

Description: The so-called sermo castrensis is, in fact, a mixture of technical terms, often inelegant and crude, and vulgarisms. There are no traces of the “alternative” expressions characteristic of modern Slodatenspräche. , El llamado sermo castrensis es, en realidad, una mezcla de tecnicismos, a menudo de muy m...
Language(s): Español

Los agmina romanos y los significados de pilatum agmen y quadrato agmine

Description: Modern scholars believe – according to Plb. VI 40 and Seru. auct., Aen. XII 121 – that the Roman armies used only two types of marching array, the pilatum agmen and the quadratum agmen. But the evidences shows that quadrato agmine – a very low frequency lexical compound – means ‘in battle- array’, a...
Language(s): Español

Acerca de las terminologías ciceronianas: préstamos, calcos y correspondencias

Description: All coincidences between Greek and Latin terminologies are, as a matter of fact, mechanically labeled as “calques”. But close examination of Ciceronian rhetorical and philosophical vocabularies shows, at first glance, that the Latin substitutes for Greek termini technici are more or less accurate tr...
Language(s): Español

Acerca de los verba idem significantia, la synonymia y la sinonimia

Description: The figure called synonymia and diiunctio by the ancient rhetors was, in fact, a combination of words with complementary – not the same or similar – meanings. , No disponible.
Language(s): Español

Quintiliano y la autoridad de Cicerón: acerca del Libro X de la Institutio Oratoria

Description: Quintilian is generally believed to be a staunch follower and supporter of Cicero's rhetoric doctrine. But this belief is contradicted by some evidences found in the ninth book of the Institutio Oratoria. , No disponible.
Language(s): Español

La llamada Rhetorica ad Herennium y sus autores

Description: There are some well-known facts that make defendable the attribution to Cornificius of the fourth book of the Rhetorica ad Herennium. But there are also other facts – remarkable differences concerning purpose of the work, attitudes towards the Greeks and technical terminology – that make hardly acce...
Language(s): Español

Acerca de Frontino y ¿sus? Strategemata

Description: The three books of the Strategemata are believed to be the work of Iulius Frontinus, a well known and most respected military commander, politician and lawyer, who held high-ranking public offices. But there are some facts that make debatable attribution to him of these books. , No disponible.
Language(s): Español

El texto de Sall., Iug. 76.3, las uineae y los plutei militares

Description: The siege-machine that Vegetius – and, after him, all modern scholars – called uinea was, in fact, a musculus. The classical uineae were, most probably, screens used to hide and protect siegers, and also as defensive obstacles. Being the uineae very apt to prevent sliding of the loose materials that...
Language(s): Español

Dextrator Dextrator

Description: The author thinks —guesswork is here inavoidable— that the hapax «dextrator», till now of unknown meaning, was to express the cavalrymen’s outstanding horsemanship, not to name some sort of highly skilled sharpshooter on horseback. In the same text (CIL VIII 18042), cantabricus seems to mean ‘pugnac...
Language(s): Español

Acerca de Frontino y ¿sus? Strategemata

Description: The three books of the Strategemata are believed to be the work of Iulius Frontinus, a well known and most respected military commander, politician and lawyer, who held high-ranking public offices. But there are some facts that make debatable attribution to him of these books. , Peer reviewed
Language(s): Español

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