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Número 1 (1991)
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Algunos fenómenos de contacto vocálico en la crítica de textos poéticos griegos

S. Lasso de la Vega, José

The doctrine about the conditions in which the different phenomena of vowel contact are realized in Greek (prodelision, elision, crasis, synizesis) is described in the most commonly used treaties of prosody. Nevertheless, not always do editors of Greek poetry (especially drama) take into account the possíbility of admitting these phenomena in order to explain corrupt or suspect readings. This is what the author of this essay attempts in order to explain 18 tragic texts. He adds up other cases of monosyllabic scansion of groups. i, u + vowel. This subject gives him cause for reexaminig the problem of the supposed «dactyl» in the trochaic tetrameter of the Comedy, whose existence he denies.

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Entre clérigos anda el juego: la versión griega de los Martialis disticha del deán Martí y el Lusus convivialis de Interián de Ayala

Gil Fernández, Luis

In Eook VI of Manuel Marti’s latin Epistolary, which includes his correspondence with Juan Interián de Ayala, published by G. Mayáns (Madrid, 1736) and reprinted by P. Wesseling (Amsterdam, 1738), appear 28 epigrams by Martial translated into the Greek. Scbolars of the 18th century knew that Mayáns had in his possession some versions which did not see the light of day. The aforementioned versions, togetber with those that were published, appear on pages 11-118 of ms. 6364 from the Serrano Morales Collection in Valencia Public Library. This was precisely the Martinian original submitted for printing in which these versions were properly crossed out. They total 14 poems whose publication was probably thought offensive to the readers’ sensitivity because of their salaciousness. The fact that a priest should occupy his leisure in such improper activities for sacerdotal solemnity and, in addition, should send these games of his wit to a friar, professor of Hebrew in Salamanca, compelling him to write Lusus Convivialis, is an amusing piece of evidence of the abyss that existed between the real Spain and tbe official Spain in the beginning of the 18th century. Hence, the interest of these Inedita Martiniana.

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Mujeres al poder: una lectura de Lisístrata

García Novo, Elsa

The authoress of th¡s essay makes a survey of the main contrapositions of characters: Lysistrata/other women, women/men (Lysistrata/πρόβουλος, married women/married men, old women/old men), Athenians/Spartans, and suggests that, breaking the barriers woman-man, friend-enemy, the comedy lays the foundations of a humanistic conception.

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Ratones, ranas y dioses: el esquema ternario de la Batracomiomaquia

Esteban Santos, Alicia

«Batrachomyomachia» is a noticeably triadic poem, both in its structure and its contents. Its composition proves so. It consists of three very balanced parts, from which the central one —as well as the rest of it—- shows a perfectly tripartite and proportioned structure. Nevertheless, this formal characteristic does not appear unfoundedly, but in close connection with its contents. On correlating each one of tbe three sections from the central part with the three groups of main characters, the importance of the third character, the god, —apparently with a minor role in the plot— is underlined. Besides, tbe character of the god is overemphasized by means of such structural resources as «Ringkomposition», which contribute to highlight the two brief scenes where the immortal beings appear.

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Aristófanes, Paz, 374-375

García Romero, Fernando

Reference to initiatory cults in Peace 374-5 can be interpreted as a sexual allusion, as we can deduce from the comparison with Frogs 337-8 and Acharnians 736 ss. The author of this essay discusses the situation of such an allusion inside the structure of the play.

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De apographo quodam Matritensi Μοσχίωνος Περὶ γυναικείων παθῶν

Floristán Imízcoz, José Manuel

The arranging of the personal archives of Infante Gabriel de Borbón has provided us with a new manuscript of Mosquion’s Gynaecology . Mosquion is known since the Renaissance as a Greek physician of the late period, until V. Rosé in 1881 drew our attention to the true nature of his work as a translation of a Latin original. The author of this essay takes as starting po¡nt a photocopy of the aforementioned work —the original being unluckily lost nowadays—, describes the manuscript, examines its relationship with the most important codices of the Latin original and studies its most remarkable linguistic features, which clearly confirm V. Rosé's conclusions.

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Los titanes y Noé: un ejemplo del sincretismo cultural de la comunidad judía de Alejandría

Nieto Ibáñez, Jesús Mª

This essay aims to prove, by means of an illustrative example, the cultural syncretism existing in the Jewish community in Alexandria during the Hellenistic period and the first centuries of the imperial epoch. This cultural symbiosis is clearly reflected in the literature of this period, both in its formal aspects and in its contents. This essay specifically centres on some passages of the Sibylline Oracles where the Greek tale of Titanomachia mingles with the Biblical story of Noah merely for the purpose of propaganda of the principles of Jewish religion. All this is expressed in a mythological language invested with greater authority and acceptance in a Jewish hellenized atmosphere.

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