Cuadernos de Filología Clásica
Número 10 (2000)
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El dístico elegíaco arcaico: nueva definición de su estructura

García Novo, Elsa

The elegiac distich is composed by two periods. The first can be described as an alternating series of six «Monosyllable-omponents» (M) that always appear as a long syllable, and six «Potential Disyllable-Components», that are implemented either by a long syllable or by two short ones. It starts with an M-Component and ends in a D-Component, this last one being implemented by a long syllable, or by a short syllable (hard mark of the series end). Cf. García Novo: 1996. The second period is formed by two cola of different structure. The first keeps the structure of the preceding hexameter, closing with word-end after the fifth component: MˉDMˉDMˉ/. The synapheia is not broken at its end. It can be implemented by five to seven syllables. The structure of the second colon is rather different to that of the preceding, being nevertheless harmonic to it. This colon contains seven Monosyllabic components of a fix type: three of them are long, and four are short. It is therefore isosyllabic: Mˉ M˘ M˘ Mˉ M˘ M˘ Mˉ//. If both cola were variable (*MˉDMDMˉ/ MˉDMˉDMˉ//), the rhythm could not be perceived, because the fixed-long syllable (Mˉ) would change its position in the series: 1, 3, 5, 6... In a given context this second colon may be equal to the implementation of the first (when its two D-Components are implemented by two whort syllables), but such line is not very common: - v v - v v - / - v v - v v - / /. At the end of the line, the last M-Component may appear as a short syllable (brevis in longo ), breaking the rhythm and producing a hard mark of verse end.


Naturaleza y femineidad. Los epítetos de las Ninfas en la épica griega arcaica

Díez Platas, Mª de Fátima

The main scope of this article is to survey the adjectives that go with the name of the Nymphs in archaic epic poetry. A brief analysis of the results shows that the epithets for the Nymphs are mainly related to their feminine condition, being mostly adjectives for the beauty or the gracefulness. A group of epithets, though, shows, as expected, the goddesses' relationship with nature, specially with the water and the mountains. One of the interesting facts shown by this second group of adjectives is the special connection of the nymphs with the mountain, their original and specific dwelling.


Oratoria, retórica y escritura en Grecia

Iglesias Zoido, Juan Carlos

This work is an analysis of the influence of the progressive extension of the literacy on the field of the Greek art, of the Oratory and the Rhetoric. The ever-increasing use of the writing in the process procedure of the speeches is a factor of unarguable matter. Faced with the upholder authors of its revolutionary impact in the oratorical frame, this study still raises the necessity to take into account the developed process of the Greek art of the Oratory in the gross, from its most ancient demonstrations.


De las varias lecturas del Edipo Rey

Gil Fernández, Luis

This paper deals with: 1. The dramatic technique of Sophocles' play. 2. Its importance for the elaboration of several main points such as mythos, peripeteia, anagnorisis, katharsis in the Aristotelean tragedy's theory. 3. Its ethical implications and religious background. 4. The possible political message which, amidst the ravages of war and pest, the Oedipus King intended to communicate concerning how to respond to the aiming at Pericles ἄγοςἐλαύνεινSpartan requirement.


A propósito de la presencia de Las Nubes

Tzililís, Stéfanos

This paper deals with the problems that are caused as a result of the division of the actors' role in the ἀγὼνλόγωνof The Clouds , in order to investigate the possibility that the comedy could be performed within the conventions of the Attic theatre.


¿Cómo contempla la ley a la sociedad, según Platón?

Sánchez de la Torre, Ángel

The Platon's sentences about that the Legislator ought to define as just or unjust, implies to know the Platon's thought about the mind, the interest and the psychological tendences of the society regulated. The exemplar behaviour, the persuasion and the compulsion are the methods for performing the social virtues.


Patología de la voz en el Corpus Hippocraticum

Rodríguez Alfageme, Ignacio

Semantic study of terms relatives to voice pathology provides a way to establish the ideas that lie behind the theories about respiration and voice in the Corpus Hippocraticum as well as the basis of problems caused by the polysemy of those terms in the Hippocratic conception of voice.


La diaita secondo Galeno

Capriglione, Jolanda C.

Now if it is true that the premises are Hippocratic, it is even more true that the basic assumption of Galen's dietetics is so advanced that it can be considered valid even today: the study of Galen's regimen is not an «antiquarian» study. For the first time in the history of the Western world, the relation pyche-soma is analysed on the level of physiological interactions and the dimensions of «serenity» as the cause of well-being are codified. To be sure, there are practical, everyday regulae, that have to do with feeding, with the quantity and the quality of the food, but Galen studies more than anything all the mental regulae, the ethos of life choices: he who is a doulos of unbridled ambitions will never enjoy good health, not only because he will not be able to defer to practical necessities like massages and baths, but above all because he will have no idea of the metron of pleasure, of the standard of the buona vita.


El vino en la literatura médica de la Antigüedad tardía y bizantina

Garzya, Antonio

The therapeutical use of wine in the Roman empire and late Antiquity (2d-7d centuries AD) is the subject of this paper. Greek as well Latin medical authors are considered, among them Galenus, Alexander Trallianus, Soranus, Caelius Aurelianus, Paulus Aegineta, Dioscorides, Aetius, Oribasius etc.


Notas críticas y exegéticas al De exilio de Plutarco

Caballero Sánchez, Raúl

The aim of this paper is to study the textual tradition of this work by Plutarch and to discuss the text of several passages. The author, who has edited this work five years ago, justifies his choices at length and proposes a new emendation to Exil. 602 E: καὶ τὸ τῆς οἰκουμένης ἡγεμονικὸν καὶ κύριον instead of καὶ τὸ τῆς οἰκουμένης ἡγεμονικὸν ἱερὸν (codd).


Verdad o mentira: lo mitológico y lo fantástico en Luciano

Aguirre de Castro, Mercedes

When we examine Lucian's Philopseudes we can see that it is a work (a dialogue) composed of several tales whose main purpose is -like that of True Histories- to present as liars those who believe in magic, superstition or supernatural powers. So, the author insists constantly on that opposition between truth and lies. But, apart from ironic or critic intention, Lucian appears here as a real narrator of horror and ghost-stories, a precedent of modern fantastic literature.


El Tóxaris de Luciano de Samósata: un paradigma de la amistad entre griegos y bárbaros

Lizcano Rejano, Susana María

In this dialogue Lucian presents us a competition between a greek (Mnesipo) and a barbarian (Toxaris) to determine which of the two nations can give a better example of friendship. In this context the author takes the opportunity to deal with the different topics about friendship that we can find along the greek tradition. This work revises them and gives a global perspective of the dialogue's issues.


Notas al Matritensis núm.4647: Constantino Láscaris y el texto de Demóstenes

Hernández Muñoz, Felipe G.

We study the First Philippic and the Epitaph texts by Demosthenes which are included in the manuscript Matritensis BN 4647, hand copied by Constantinos Lascaris.


Evolución gráfica en Constantino Láscaris

Zamora, María José

This paper is a paleographical study of Constantino Lascaris's graphical evolution through the use of statistical analysis.


La Real Academia Greco-Latina: un discurso griego en defensa de los estudios helénicos

Hualde Pascual, Pilar

After rewinding the helenic studies situation in the begining of the XIX century in Spain, we comment the origin and evolution of the «Academia Latina Matritense» up to become «Real Academia Greco-Latina», its projects and activities, its more remarkable members -specially Saturnino Lozano-, to finish with the edition and the rhetoric-stilistical study of one of Saturnino Lozano's speech writen in greek defending the helenic language and its study.


Obituario. Alberto Díaz Tejera

Martínez Hernández, Marcos


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