Hemeroteca

Cuadernos de Filología Clásica
Número 11 (2001)
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Estudios de cronología relativa: El tercer alargamiento compensatorio y la monoptongación de /ej/, /ow/

Nieto Izquierdo, Enrique

This paper deals with the problematic quality of the secondary long-mid vowels as a result of the third compensatory lengthening in Bartonek's Doris media and Cyrenaean. The author fust examines the data of these dialects in order to stablish the relative chronology between this process and the monophthongization of /ej/, /ow/; secondly, he proposes a new tripartite classification of the greek dialects as far as these two variables are concerned.

9-30

Anáxagoras y Plotino. El problema de la realidad ontológica de las cosas sensoriales

Teodorsson, Sven-Tage

Anaxagora's theory of matter seems to have been rnisunderstood or falsely ierpreted already by Aristotle and has remained so down to the present day. The decisive term σπέρματα has always been misinterpreted.By the new interpretation of this term, previously presented in my monography (1982)' Anaxagoras' theory becomes intelligible as an integral part of the philosophical discussion after Parmenides and as an ingenious proposal for a solution of the problems posed by Eleatic logic.The present interpretation of the term σπέρματα makes it possible to trace a line of thought down to the Stoics and to Plotinus.

31-47

Διδαχὴ μεταρυσμοῖ: proceso comparativo y cuadro axiológico en la ética democritea

Roig Lanzillotta, Lautaro

Democritus' ethical fragrnents reveal a serious attempt to neutralise the internal and external obstacles that pose a threat to man's happiness in its social (εὐθυμίη) and individual (εὐεστῶ) manifestations. Essential for both is the individual's (εὐστάθεια), a “balance» in the constitutive elements of his soul, that he can only reach through an active involvement in his circurnstance. Due to the character of his coptive means and the dynarnics of his social environment, the comparison process becomes for the individual the exclusive scale to establish his values and to delvnit his existential horizon. His awareness of the functioning of such an evaluative rnethod and his rational reelaboration of its axiological coordinates, however, may control irnpending distortions, avoiding the risk of alienation of the self and providing hirn with a sound idea both of his own values and of his position in his social universe.

49-77

σπαραγμός y cefaloforía en Las Bacantes y Las Dionisíacas: el mito de Penteo en Eurípides y Nono

Hernández de la Fuente, David

The following essay deals with the different approach to the myth of Pentheus and the Bacchae in two authors, Euripides, a classical tragedy writer, and Nonnus of Panopolis, a late Greek-Egyptian epic poet. The story of Pentheus in Nonnus' Dionysiaca is based upon Euripides Bacchae, but there are some outstanding variations. The iconography of this myth can be traced also in Euripides' and Nonnus' narrations which we shall analyze through two main mythological episodes: the ΣΠΑΡΑΓΜΟΣ and the exhibition of Pentheus' head.

79-99

Zeus Tragodoumenos: apariciones de Zeus como personaje en la tragedia

Librán Moreno, Miryam

The authoress' aim is to provide evidence of Zeus' disputed appearance as a dramatis personae in classical Tragedy as well as in Satyr plays. The evidence collected and considered includes, in addition to Aeschylus' lost Pybostasia, several lost plays by the three major tragedians and other minor playwrights where Zeus' presence as a dramatispersona may be safely inferred thanks to secondary evidence, vase paintings, or the nature of the plot. Further proof is provided by a comparison with the appearances of Zeus and other major Olympians in comedy.

101-125

Κραιπάλη: ¿'borrachera' o 'resaca'?

Aguilar Fernández, Rosa Mª

In disagreement with some Spanish interpretations of kraipale as "drunkenness", this paper aims to show that "hangover" is the more appropriate reading.

127-137

El campo semántico de los nombres del habla en Galeno

Rodríguez Alfageme, Ignacio

This study of nouns relatives to voice and speech (λόγος, διάλεξις, διάλεκτος, λέξις, ῥῆσις, ὄνομα, φθόγγος, φωνήand ψόφος)allows to specify their semantic evolution from the Corpus Hippocraticum to Galen as well as the Galenic conception of voice.

139-178

Medicina, religión y magia en el mundo griego

Gil Fernández, Luis

In this paper following subjects are discussed: 1) magic and religion, 2) medicine and religion, 3) medicine and magic, 4) magical medicine, religious medicine, technical medicine, 5) cosmic dynamism, 6) religious medicine, 7) miraculous healings, 8) health, illness, healer, 9) popular medicine, 10) therapeutic procedures, 11) magical prophylaxis.

179-198

Χαλκεοκάρδιος (Theoc. XIII, 5): relectura de un epíteto

Castro de Castro, J. David

This paper studies the sense of χαλκεοκάρδιος in the Theoc. 13,5. This adjetive has been connected by previous research with the epic world and the portrait of Heracles as a hero. On the basis of the comparison with a Pindaric passage, this study proposes to connect the word with the erotic world. An ironic use of the world is highly probable. The hero is portrayed in a complex way that mixes not only the epic and erotic worlds, but also past and present.

199-209

De la guerra marítima a la suntuosidad de Ptolomeo Filopátor

García Fleitas, María de la Luz
Santana Henríquez, Germán

Wealth, ostentation and rivality: we can extract these characteristics from the details reported by Greek historians as Calhenus, Satyrus and Lycaeas, who contribute an interesting information about the Ptolemaic Egypt. When Alexander died, the fight for the spoils of his empire raged on the water as well as on land. Ptolemy I of Egypt inherited the share of Alexander's fleet. Antigonus the One-Eyed, who had a keen appreciation of sea power, together with his son Demetrius, a brilliant tactitian and designer of ships, set out to match it, and this touched off the greatest naval arms race in ancient history. Each side launched bigger and bigger pobremes. This rivality brought about the innovations in the naval construction. But later, Ptolemy IV launched the monstrous tessarakonteres and the magnificent thalamegos: Ptolemy TV was not innovator but merely bullder of showpieces.

211-239

Varia paroemiographica Graeca

García Romero, Fernando

In this essay are studied some proverbs and proverbial expressions, which bear (or could bear) relation to the sport: ὅσαΜῦςἐνΠίσσῃ. Κάλιπποςτρέχει, Θετταλὸνπάλαισμα and Θετταλὸνπήδημα (also Θετταλόνσόφισμα), οὐφυλλίναςὁἀγών.

241-253

La noción de amistad en el De adulatore et amico de Plutarco

Jiménez san Cristóbal, Ana Isabel

In his treatise How to fell a flatterer , Plutarch outlines the concept of friendship by criticising flattery. We find no theoretical deOlltions of 'friendship' or 'friend', but practical examples around which the author weaves his notion of friendship. With this method, he offers general guidelines about the essential features of friendship, for instance, frankness or constancy. Since no mode of an ideal friend can be obtained, because it is conditioned by person circumstances, Plutarch appeals to the personal effort and good sense appropriate foreach occasion.

255-277

El Matritense B.N. 4697: estudio del texto de la Batracomiomaquia

Torné Teixidó, Ramón

The Author gives account of his collation (cf. specially some new readings) of a new manuscript of the Batrachomyomachia (Matr. 4697, saec. XV) and points out some remarks in views to classing it in a specific farnily.

279-285

Una cita de Sófocles en Los nombres de Cristo de Fray Luis de León

Ruiz Pérez, Ángel

In fray Luis de Le6n's On Christ? Names, there is a quotation from Sophocles which has not received much critical attention: the exact source is identified here (F 755 Radt). The quotation is interesting because it shows that the professor from Salamanca was acquainted with a work by Philo of Alexandria or with its latin translation found in a letter of Saint Ambrose: it is used to christianize the Stoic ethics within fray Luis's system of ideas.

287-298

Laura Mestre, helenista y traductora de Homero

Miranda Cancela, Elina

This paper approaches the work of Laura Mestre in a two-fold manner: as the product of a Hellenist scholar and of a woman ahead of her time.

299-312

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