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Cuadernos de Filología Clásica
Número 5 (1995)
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Los Caballeros de Aristófanes: análisis literario

Gil Fernández, Luis

9-28

El magisterio político del poeta en el ámbito indoeuropeo

Mendoza Tuñón, Julia María

29-40

Sui framenti dei Frigî di Eschilo

Garzya, Antonio

41-52

Un nuevo manuscrito de las Sátiras latinas de Quinto Sectano

García Romero, Fernando

This essay is a detailed study of a not known hitherto manuscript containing the first ten latin satires of Quinctus Sectanus (Ludovico Sergardi, 1660-1726), with marginal notes. After a introduction about the figure of Sectanus and the content and the significance of his Satyrae, are studied the paleographical and codicological traits of our manuscript and is made a valuation of its text, that offers many new variants. Next is offered a complete collation of the manuscript's text in comparision with the four printed editions and a edition and commentary of the marginal notes.

53-90

Arriano, aticismo y koiné. II. Sintaxis

Floristán Imízcoz, José Manuel

91-142

Resolución ante sincopación en yambos y troqueos líricos de la tragedia griega

Mariño Sánchez-Elvira, Rosa María

In this paper the author discusses the use of resolution before syncopation in lyric iambics and trochaics of Greek tragedy, the number of resolved longa before syncopation at the same colon and the concurrence of split resolution, starting from a detailed study of the tragic text and its metrical analysis.

143-166

Carácter contrapuesto de la descendencia fémenina de Forcis y Ceto en la Teogonía

Aguirre de Castro, Mercedes

167-180

Estesícoro, Gerioneida, fr. S15 PMCF col. II. v.16: estudio métrico-textual

Salvador Castillo, Jesús A.

181-192

A propósito de ἡνίκα en el Corpus Hippocraticum

Ángel y Espinós, Jesús

193-196

Elio Aristides, autor de XXV K

Cortés Copete, Juan Manuel

From B. Keil's edition, it is generally believed that the speech XXV K cannot have been written by Aelius Aristides. However, there are arguments, based both on external and internal evidence, with which is possible to assert that Aelius Aristides was the author.

197-208

Sobre una nueva defixio de Selinunte (SEG 39, 1020)

López Jimeno, Amor

The auctor analyses two new curse tablets of Selinunt (SEG 39, 1020 and 1021) and she compares them -specially the 1020- with other tablets of same date and origin, from the point of view of date, contents, type, structure and language, and finally she proposes a little correction in the reading of the 1020.

209-214

Los usos no numerales de las palabras para uno y la raíz indoeuropea

Luján Martínez, Eugenio

Recent studies on the structure of numerals have stressed the importance of their being organized as a series in order to account for their value. Nevertheless there are some cases in which this value fades away. This paper deals with the nonnumeral uses of the words for "one" in a wide range of languages, which are classified into two main categories: indefinite and correlative. The synchronic consequences of such uses are then studied and, subsequently, their influence on the diachronic development of these words. Finally the Indo-European root *sem is analysed on these bases.

215-230

Reduplicados expresivos en la comedia de Aristófánes: tendencias fonéticas y prosódicas de la reduplicación léxica en griego antiguo

Martín de Lucas, Isabel

231-242

Los lemas en Demóstenes

Navarrete Orcera, Antonio Ramón

This article tries to approximate the fields of Philology and the Law, which have been so distant up to now. Starting, from the juridical lexicon and, to be precise, the words γραφή, δίκηy νόμος, it has been studied the different types of suits, public and private, that existed in Athens (forty-seven and twenty-four, respectively), and the concept that Demosthenes had about the law, its definition, its qualities, its rules, and finally it has been intented to quality them, facing the great number of laws, refered to the different aspects of the Athenian life and that we can find in his speeches. These laws have been classified ihnto public and private, obtaining fiftyeight and forty-seven laws in the whole, respectively.

243-270

Mitología y referencias mitológicas en la poesía de Ramón Pérez de Ayala

Ortiz García, Paloma

This paper offers a personal analysis of Pérez de Ayala's poetries, particularly of his «Prometeo», a short poetic tale (novela poemcitica ) in which P. de A. discloses his views about political and social situation in Spain by using the myths of Ulysses' travels and of Prometheus in a fresh, renewed way.

271-294

Las subordinadas con ἕως en el Corpus hipocrático

Pérez Cañizares, Pilar

By studying the ocurrences of ἕως-clauses in the hippocratic treatises from a new point of view, the author redefines its semantical structure, which is always the same one, although there may be two different contextual meanings. Moreover, the results could be extended as well to the literary Ionian and Attic dialects of the V and IV centuries.

295-320

Los νόστοι en Iberia, según la escuela de Pérgamo

Pérez Vilatela, Luciano

Crates of Mallos and his disciples of the philological school of Pergamum developed the theory of Sphniropoiia , consisting of the existence of four symetrical masses of land in the planet, divided by two strips of salt water: «the Ocean». Iberia, being the extreme of the oikoumene, played an important role in their argument, particulary in the case of Asklepiades of Myrlea who, through homophony, meant to find in it (Iberia) remains from the colonisation in heroic times (Ulysses, Antenor, the Henetoi, etc.). This would prove a symmetry between both extrems of the European continent. He also meant to find proof of a Ulysses's Atlantic travel to put it on equal terms with Meneleao's circumnavigation of Africa.

321-344

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