Cuadernos de Filología Clásica
Número 8 (1998)
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Las curaciones del Nuevo Testamento

Gil Fernández, Luis

NT healings are carried out through words, as an explicit or implicit verbal order, or by contact. Verbal commands, the procedure associated with expulsive therapy, is based on an understanding of illness as a demonic possesion. On the other hand, contact as a tranfer of δύναμις («healing fluidum») to the ailing by means of touching (ἅπτεσθαι), getting hold of (κρατεῖν + gen.) or laying on of hands (τὴν χεῖρα, τὰς χεῖρας ἐπιτιθέναι) suggests a somewhat materialistic notion of disease. Similar therapies, as well as the usual ones (for instance, oilunctions), are put into practice by Christ's disciples. Sometimes do they fail, when the healing power emanating from Christ which invests them with the healing ἐξουσία encounters an insurmountable obstacle interrupting the dynamic transmission process (cf. Mt 17,20-21).


Significado de la expresión ἁγιασθήτω τὸ ὄνομά σου en el Evangelio de Mateo (6, 9)

Peláez, Jesús

The author of this article -analysing the texts of the New Testament where the verb ἁγιάζω appears, proposes and justifies its translation in Matth 6:9, by applying the method of semantical analysis employed for the redaction of items in the Greek-Spanish Dictionary of the New Testament.


Lisístrata: estructura escénica

Rodríguez Alfageme, Ignacio

The scenic structure of Aristophanes' Lysistrata shows a very carefully worked pattern which is based on the rhythm of the comic prologue. Even the number of verses fits sometimes a iterative pattern. This procedure of analysis allow to establish from a new point of view the personae presents in several scenes.


El mito griego en la poesía de García Lorca

Aguilar Fernández, Rosa Mª

In this paper the author tries to find influences of greek myth on Lorca's poetry. In front of last opinions García Lorca had good knowledges of the classical greek poetry and philosophy. He has changed even ancient myths by translating them in another ones of his times. Perusino: P. Oxy. LIII 3705 preserves a single line of text, written four times over and given a variety of musical settings. It may be the draft for a musical composition to be performed on the ocassion of a symposium.


Menandro e il simposio: nota al P. Oxy. 3705

Perusino, Franca


Los mitos griegos de la creación. La cosmología

Martín García, José Antonio

The author of this paper intends to delimit the symbolic content and the function of the main entities and events of archaic greek Cosmogony: Chaos, Nyx, Tartaros, Eros, Ouranos, Okeanos, Kronos, Rhea, Titanomachia, Hekatoncheires and Kronidai. He takes into account for it the current trends of mythology.


Homero, compositor de la Tebaida

Torres Guerra, José B.

The author revises the evidence surrounding the identity of the author of the Cyclic Thebais. After examining the evidence for and against considering Homer as the poem's author, the author presents a history of the ancient opinions concerning the authorship of the Thebais. Finally, the case of this poem is compared to that of the rest of the Epic Cycle, also ofien attributed to Homer.


Speaking personae in Pindars Epinikia

Schmid, Michael J.

The traditional reconstructions of the poet's life and of epinikian performance based on Pindar's first-person statements misread the texts by overlooking the critical rhetorical component of such professions. Narratology affords a more sober perspective on the problem, insofar as it distinguishes between several narrative functions implicit in the idea of speaker.


La distribución de imperativo, futuro e infinitivo - Imperativo en las inscripciones dialectales cretenses

Ortega Villaro, Begoña

This paper analizes those forms used in Cretan inscriptions to set forth orders and conditions under which each one is chosen. Conclusions are follows: firstly, infinitive is used under every possible circunstance, till sixth century, when future tense begins to be used, although restricted to taxes payments and setting forth promises or duties; those propositions in which appear both forms are always declarative, never impresive ones. From fifth century, imperative tense begins to be used unless any exception; imperative comes to substitute intinitive, being used in impresive propositions, where illocution emphasis scrolls from contents (infinitive) to Agent, as it is demonstrated by the expression using subject with an imperative and preferences of action verbs for imperative tense, and those of state verbs for infinitive tense. We think this evolution on distributing forms is dued to different conceptions about legislative acts.


La alimentación en la antigua Cirene y las cuentas de los demiurgos

García Soler, María José

Even though Literature remains the main source for studying the eating-habits of ancient Greeks, Epigraphy provides valuable informations wich enable us to complete and interpret more precisely the data provided by the former. It is remarkable the corpus of inscriptions known as the accounts of the demiurgoi wich offer us an interesting panorama of the agricultural production in Cyrene from the 4th up to the 2nd centuries B.C.


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