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Cuadernos de Filología Clásica
Número 4 (1994)
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Algunas notas de comentario textual a Píndaro, Pítica segunda

S. Lasso de la Vega, José

The Author of this paper proposes his own lectures to some passages of Pindar's Pythian 2: lin. 17 ἄγειδὲχάριςφίλωνποιπνύσαντιἔργωνὀπιζομένα, lin. 35 ἔβαλονποτὶκλυτὸνἸξίονἐπεὶ, lin. 72 ss. γένοι' οἷοςἐσσί. μαθὼνκαλόςτοιπίθωνπαρὰπαισὶν, αἰεὶκαλός.

9-20

Las condicionales en Hesíodo

Rodríguez Alfageme, Ignacio

21-34

Hipócrates en Plutarco

Aguilar Fernández, Rosa Mª

The author recounts the Hippocrates' quotations in Plutarch's work, localize them on the CH. and offers a brief account about this subject.

35-46

Divergencias y paralelos entre las historias clínicas de Epidemias I y III

Esteban Santos, Alicia

This work consists of a detailed analysis of the clinical histories of the Epidemics I and III, specially as regards its structure (based on a series of fixed items), although linguistic and stylistic phenomena are not forgotten. In Epidemics I and III there are three groups of clinical histories; the first group finishes book I, the second one begins book III and the third one ends this book III. Therefore, one would expect a stronger relation between the second and the third group. But, on the contrary, the first and the second group are closer (structure, formulae, vocabulary, syntax and even themes and concepts in common). This induces us to consider that the second group of histories is rather a continuation of the first one and that the traditional division between books I and III could be better changed and established after this whole of clinical histories (first and second group). On the other hand, the third group, in which we appreciate significant divergences, could perhaps be attributed to another author.

47-76

El tema de Putifar en la literatura arcaica y clásica griega en su relación con la del Próximo Oriente

López Salvá, Mercedes

In this paper the compositional elements of Potiphar's Theme in Archaic and Classical Greek literature and in the literary compositions of the Near East will be analyzed in order to see the relationship among them.

77-112

Observaciones sobre el Ditirambo 19 de Baquílides

García Romero, Fernando

This essay tries to be a detailed study of Bacchylides' Dithyramb 19, in which it is discussed the festival in which the poem was performed and the date of the composition, the structure and the significance of the prooemium and the myth, and the treatment of the Io's myth in comparison with other versions, without leaving out the analysis of metrical structure and the discussion of textual problems.

113-138

Tucídides y Platón en Demóstenes

Hernández Muñoz, Felipe G.

Some features of Demosthenes' thought are studied in relation with Thucydides (historiographic method, portrait of Pericles) and Plato 'psychagogic' rhetoric, Socrates' portrait, Socratic mayeutic and characterization of the philosopher-politician).

139-160

Arriano, aticismo y koiné. I. Fonética y morfología

Floristán Imízcoz, José Manuel

The author of this paper aims at proving that Arrian's language has many features common with other Hellenistic and Imperial texts, not only of a higher, but even of lower level. All these features belong to the so-called 'common language' (Gemeinsprache ), which is in the base of other varieties, like the 'colloquial' (Umgangssprache ), the 'technical prose' (Fachprosa ) or even the 'Hellenistic literary prose'. There is no reason, therefore, to postulate direct imitation of ancient authors, like Herodotus, Thucydides and Xenophon, to explain all those common Hellenistic and Imperial language's features.

161-188

La aliteración como recurso poético en las lenguas indoeuropeas

Álvarez-Pedrosa Núñez, Juan Antonio

It is usual to find in the handbooks and monographies devoted to the poetics of Indo-Europeans the assertion that alliteration was a common poetic resource; specially, alliteration is referred as a constant phenomenon in the poetic tradition of Occidental Indo-European: Old Irish, Germanic, Slavonic and Latin. In this paper I try to show that the relevant real poetic resource was not the mere alliteration, but the formation of alliterative strophes; I add to the traditional evidences other significative parallels of Sudpicenic, Homeric Greek, Vedic and Luvite.

189-204

Formas y funciones del entimema en la oratoria ática

Cortés Gabaudan, Francisco

According to the author's interpretation, Aristotle assumes in his Rhetoric that the enthymeme may fulfill three functions: it may increase the speaker's credibility (ἦθος), or stir up the emotions of the audience (πάθος), or aim especially at the logical reasoning (λόγος). A detailed study of 17 example taken from Attic speeches shows that these three functions interact with one another. Particular attention is paid to the syntactic shape enthymemes may take, especially when embedded in conditional clauses. Differences of tense are also to be observed depending on the genre of the speeches. Generally speaking, enthymemes refer to the past in judicial speeches, but to the future in deliberative speeches.

205-226

El símil homérico de la μήκων (II., 8, 302-308)

Salvador Castillo, Jesús A.

227-246

El nombre cario Hecatomno

Adiego Lajara, Ignasi Xavier

The author provides evidences in favour of the indigenous, non Greek, character of Carian name Hekatomnos. These evidences are based on new readings of carian letters, according to the dechiffrement proposed by the author in other works. New carian epigraphic material is also adduced as proof. Nevertheless, Greek interpretations of that name are not to be judged completely wrong: the name could be reinterpreted as greek by means of Volksetymologie.

247-256

Teoría oralista y análisis oral. I. Método de trabajo

Torres Guerra, José B.

This paper should be eclosed with those studies about orality as it was initiated by M. Parry in the twenties. In these pages we state a methodologic basis for the analysis of Greek archaic epic, wich will allow us the detection of those texts originated on oral composition. Pertinence on the use of cuantitative analysis on formular dictionis mantained, and a series of objective rules for this kind of analysis are proposed. This paper will be followed on next issue whit a particular application of the method.

257-277

Teoría analista y análisis oral. II. El discurso de Fénix

Torres Guerra, José B.

This is a continuation of the previous paper of the author included in this journal. This time, he applies to a particular text (Il. IX 430-605) the proposed methodologic principles for oral composition detection. The error bounds calculated for the method confirm its validity. The high percentage of formulas found in the text using this method suggest an oral composition; in adition, we detect differences in the formular frequency within Phoenix' discourse, which could admit an analytical interpretation

279-300

El tema de la mujer fatal en la Odisea

Aguirre de Castro, Mercedes

301-318

El uso de abstractos como sujetos en el orador Esquines

Martín Velasco, María José

This paper tries to offer a detailed study of the abstracts used as subjet of verb of action found in Aeschines Orator. The study include on one side the non personal subjets associated with verbs of action, that always involvs a personification. So the natural objects and forces viewed as divine persons, the familiar objects of common life and the use of words of the bussines language. Special atention is paid to the technical terms of the legal and political language. So the free asociation of νόμος with all kinds of verbs of commanding, forbidding, punishing, demanding and so on. Other technical legal termins as subjects of the same verbs are ψήφισμα, δόγμα and, in particular, λόγος used as the product of thought. It is remarkable the original use made by Aeschines of the personification of abstract notions like ἀλήθεια, ἡτῆςαἰτίας ἀπιθανότης, τὰδημόσια, εἰρήνη, ἔρως, ἡδοναί, καιρός, κίνδυνος, ὅρκος, πόλεμος, στάσις, σωτηρία, τύχη, φήμη, φόβος, φύσις, χρήματα ... that invoves the hight degree of sense of theatre and pathetism caracteristic of his prose. The personification of concret objects, the names of lands and countries are also used by Aeschines.

319-328

Los adjetivos de temperatura en Teócrito

Gómez Segura, Eugenio

329-338

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