Hemeroteca

Florentia Iliberritana
Número 2 (1991)
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Los modos de producción en el artesanado de la antigüedad a través de los talleres cerámicos

Adroher Auroux, Andrés María
Risueño Olarte, Beatriz

Whe try to find the social and economical inferences from the classics potteries productions, black glazed pottery and samian ware basically. Researching in decorations systems and sigilla, founding differences and similarities between of them we arrive to see the evolution in slave and free workers function into the pottery workshops.

7-20

La descripción de la táxis en Diodoro de Sicilia

Alganza Roldán, Minerva
Villena Ponsoda, Miguel

The authors analyse the battle dispositions in Diodorus' Library if History. These descriptions are considered as a narrative element characteristically used to introduce the narration proper. This is probably a consequence of a certain tendency in former Historiography, but in is obvius that Diodorus did not simply draw on his sources.

21-32

La tradición clásica en las literaturas hispánicas: esbozo de un ensayo bibliográfico

Camacho Rojo, José María

This paper offers the sketch of a bibliography to the Classical tradition in Spanish literature. The list includes the following sections: 0) General Studies, 1) Middle Ages, 2) the Golden Age, 3) the Eighteenth Century, 4) the Nineteenth Century and 5) the Twentieth Century. Under the heading General Studies will be found works on Greek and Latin literature in relation to Spanish literature as well as the development of classical literary genres, themes and myths in Spanish literature , whereas under Middle Ages, the Golden Age, etc., are listed works dealing with classical literature in relation to the indicated period or to a particular author of that period.

33-92

La envidia de los griegos. Aspectos de la memoria en la primera historiografía

Campos Daroca, Francisco Javier

This paper deals with the Herodotean conception of the task of history. One aspect thereof deserves special attention: envy as obstacle to praise and the risk that envy will evase the deserved praise of the hero.

93-98

El pagus en la administración territorial romana. Los pagi de la Betica

Cortijo Cerezo, María Luisa

Unlike that which happens in other provinces, the evidences that we have of the betic pagi are very scarce but quite significant. Such as they apper, these pagi identify with the classical roman models, atlthough they might be previous to the conquest.
With regarde to the Bética, the inscriptions allow us to realize some facts: first, the names that apperar, for the pagi as well as fora the ople, are mainly roman or very romanized; then, the dedications to the genius pagi and the name Augustus that some have, sohow as that there was an assimilatipn of the roman religious manifestations; also, the equation ager-pagus-fundus , whixh is evident in some inscriptions, refers us tothe territorial scheme of the roman towns; finally, in some caes, there are references to mutatio oppidi , which takes us to the proces of fusion that took place in Hispania in the first century a. D., with the territorial politics of the Julius-Claudius and the Flavius (to theis period belong most of the inscriptions that we have been able to date). These towns are usually situated in well communicated areas, in relation witth main rivers or roads; two thirds of the mentioned towns had a privileged legal status.From that, in orur opinion, it can be deduced that the betic pagi , such as the preserved inscriptions show them to us, identify with the model of roman pagus with a territorial meaning.

99-116

Marciano Capela: Libro V: La Retórica (Traducción y Notas)

Díaz y Díaz, Pedro Rafael

We present here for the first time, as far as we know, a whole translation of Capella's Rhetoric (the fifth book of his Encyclopaedia) into Spanish. We have always tried to make suitable for Spanish the latin rhetorical technicality from a linguistic point of view and accor ding to the principle of "dynamic equivalence"; by dynamic equivalence we mean to find the spanish expression that rises up similar mental associations to the latin technical term. Some times we have added in the footnotes the comments to this rhetorical treatise in words of mediaeval writer Remigius Autissiodorensis.

117- 159

El aedo homérico

Espejo Muriel, Carlos

In this work the author aims to show the interesting and marvelous world of the Homeric aoidoi through the deep roots of rhythm, word and music as elements intimately connected with that epic atmosphere; and the magic interdependence between public and Poet.

161-170

Teles y la biomania

Fuentes González, Pedro Pablo

The interpretation of Teles' Reliquiae has been influenced by the idea that it reproduces Bion's supposed sermons. This paper shows the arbitrariness of such hypothesis and presents some examples to prove it.

171-187

Una aproximación al estudio de la odontología en el mundo griego

García Sola, Mª del Carmen
Ceballos Salobreña, Alejandro

A complete picture of the History of Dentistry in the Greek World from Homer to the Hellenistic period with a special attention to the dental growth and tooth eruption, oral patology and tooth extraction. this special medical branch is not independent at this period, but it is contained in the History of Medicine.

189-197

DOKEÎN. Apuntes para una Gramática de los términos epistemológicos griegos

García González, F. Javier

We are abording in the present work the epystemologic ter , its syntactic and lexemic caracteristics being analyzed and structured in three meaning blocks (i.e. APPEARENCE, BELIEVING, OPINION-DECISION) and two planes (SUBJECTIVE, OBJETIVE). We propose the formal mechanisms for their differentation (Appearing or not appearing of "dativus iudicantis", Negation's Transportation and Suject Rising) and the posible changes involved.

199-205

Filodemo y el pensamiento antropológico griego: Phld. Sto. (PHerc. 155E y 339), col. XXI

García González, Jesús María

The closing section of the papyrus can be explained otherwise than Dorandi did it. The reference to the and also to non-Greek peoples like the Thyrrenians, Campanians, etc., is an ethno-anthropological topic used for excluding both Diogenes' and Zeno's areskonta from the civilized life of Greeks.

207-213

Mithridates y Sertorio

García Morá, Félix

Our direct knowledge of Roman attitudes in the Republic about the problem between Mithridates VI Eupator and Sertorius have been manipuled by the decimononic historiography. That is not only a political question but an example of the foreing relations in the Roman World. The chronology pf this treaty, the consequences and the purpose are, today, still, discussed.

215-223

Inscripciones romanas de la provincia de Jaén. IV

González Román, Cristóbal

Las inscripciones que publicamos en el presente artículo son el fruto del trabajo de campo que actualmente estamos realizando con el objetivo de proceder sistemáticamente a la ercopilación de la epigrafía romana y visigoda de la provincia de Jaén.

225-239

Antigüedad e Historia Local en el siglo XVIII andaluz

Guinea Díaz, Patricio

The Andalusian local historiography on Antiquity is a valuable source of archeological, epigraphical and numismatic information, and so used by the compilers pf the great corpora. But its use needs taking care of the historical and academical context conditioning their authors.

241-257

Sobre un Mito Platónico y su Pervivencia

Lens, Jesús

The myth Plato's Politicus has exercised a not negligible influence upon later literature. This paper traces some of the stages in this development.

259-267

El Foedus de Gadir del 206 a. C.: Una revisión

López Castro, José Luis

The paper is a review of the problem of the foedus concluded between Gadir, the phoenician town of South Spain, and Rome in 206 B.C., which have been studied by many scholars from both historical and roman law perspectives. The author suggests a new interpretation of the treaty based on the evidence of litterary sources and on the general context of the Second Punic War in Spain. The foedus would be established with the participation of P. Cornelio Scipion.

269-280

Sobre la colometria de PMG 836 a (Philoxenus Leucadius) y SH 737 (Stratonicus Atheniensis)

López Cruces, Juan Luis

In this paper the author defends that in the tricolon formed by blunt hemiepes, prosodiac and iambic penthemimer or enhoplian, a verse attested in Stesichorean poems, the hemiepes can be replaced by isofunctional cola, that is, forms equivalent in rhythm and especially in blunt cadence, like the alkmanium catal. in syllabam and the anapaestic dimeter.

281-284

Horacio, Odas II, 14: Apuntes para un comentario

López Muñoz, Manuel

In this paper, the author tries a methodological approach to the problem of stylistic commentaries on latin poetical texts. In this sence, the main point of the method is the use of a deductive criterium, not an inductive one. Considering that any analysis aiming at objetivity should be built on the basis of empiric data, either statistical or of any other kind, the author works out a frequential distribution of alliterations and metrical irregularities occuring along Horace's Ode II, 14 to try and determine zones of accumulation of those phaenomena: the target of this delimitation is to be able to divide a text in parts -the first step of a commentary- without the perjudices which we are used to see in the inductive-traditional methodology.

285-297

"Historial de un libro: Presencia de los mitos y los dioses griegos en las obras de Luis Cernuda", Primera parte

López Rodríguez, Concepción

Cernuda relates in his Historial de un libro the stories connected with the making of the compilation of his poetical works, La realidad y el deseo. Following this book (Historial de un libro) we understand the true sense of his poems. We notice too that the ancient Greeks are a very important and a basic substract of his poetic conception.
In this paper we have the opportunity of seeing how in La realidad y el deseo, from the first section "Primeras Poesias" to the one called "Donde habite el olvido", the Greeks myths and some kind of Greek sensibility are strategic points in his perception of the "poetic fact."

299-313

Senario Yámbico y Septenario Trocaico (A propósito de un reciente estudio de Soubiran)

Luque Moreno, Jesús

Critic review of a recent study on the iambic trimeter and the trocchaic septenar.

315-321

Hábitat rural romano en el valle del río Caramel-Alcaide (Almería)

Martínez López, Cándida
Muñoz, Francisco A.

The Hoya del Marques and the valley of the river Caramel-Alcaide are part of the natural pass between Levante and the South of the Peninsula. At the beginnig of the Roman conquest, the Iberian territorial organization, based on the settlement, was transforrned, with the abandon ment of the settlements and the growing of disperse habitat throughout the territory. The breaking of the Iberian balance and the influences of the new economic organization promoted by Rome can be considered the base of this transformation in the spatial organization of the habitat. It seems evident that during the Roman period the perspectives of economic exploita tion of the region become wider, as can be seen if attention is paid to the situation of the settlements mentioned above. Because of their situation near the Levante region we should relate this group with those, and for that same reason with similar economic, organizative and administrative tendencies.

323-337

El sector central del cuerpo epistolar en Cicerón

Muñoz Martín, Mª Nieves

In this article, the composition of the central part of the Ciceronian letter is analyzed, according as much to units of content as to formal mechanisms of expression. and so, a structure appears which, keeping many contacts with the common Greek letter, is equally liable to be interpreted from the point of view of the norms of classical rhetoric.

339-355

Hacia una tipología de los actos de habla directivos en latín

Núñez, Salvador

The diversity of illocutionary functions expressed by the Latin imperative and subjunctive cannot be explained in terms of the semantic feature "volition". Apragmatic study of Latin directive utterances shows a functional structure signalled by the modal predicate "MUST". The distinction between primary and secondary roles and the analysis of the participants' psychological expectations allows for a typology of different classes of Latin directive utterances expressed both by verbal moods and modal verbs.

357-375

El Mirador de Rolando (Granada) una prospección con sondeos estratigráficos. Agosto de 1990

Pastor Muñoz, Mauricio
Pachón Romero, Juan Antonio

El presente trabajo es un ejemplo de lo que hoy es la llamada arqueología urbana: siguiendo la vigente ley de patrimonio, en aquellos lugares donde existen restos arqueológicos, o se presumen que los hay, es necesario hacer un estudio arqueológico, previo a la construcción de edificios, o cualquier otra acción que afecte al subsuelo. Las líneas que siguen son un claro exponente de este tipo de realizaciones, pero además supone la constatación de que la conocida necrópolis ibérica del Mirador de Rolando pudo haberse utilizsdo, no sólo en esa época ibérica, sino desde al menos el siglo VII a.C.

377-399

Dos tradiciones en el paganismo romano del siglo IV

Pérez Medina, María

Our purpose in this concise analysis is to discourse in detail on the possible existence of two traditions in the fourth century Roman Paganism. Accepted the insufficiency of the epigraphy per se to confirm this hypothesis, we'll try a more direct approximation to this problem examining the positions of its more important protagonistes.

401-408

Apolo Smintheus y dos cultos de Herakles

Picklesimer, María Luisa

The phenomenon of Apollo's association with field and cattle needed an explanation. There is a tendency to connect the cult-name Smintheus (as Parnopios or Nomios) with an aboriginal character of Apollo as a peasant-god, who became lastly, as the god of Delphoi, Apollo the Archer, the musician and physician god. But this evolutionary process would be going against all plausibility. If we try to explain cult-names and aetiological legends dealing with field or cattle, we must take as its starting point Apollo's aboriginal character as an Indo-European magician god, connected with Scandinavian Odinn.

409-418

Los marcos de la ciudadanía y de la vida ciudadana en Roma y en Atenas en el desarrollo del arcaismo

Plácido, Domingo

In some ancient societies, it is possible to find historical processes which are very similar, for instance the origins of the State in Greece and Rome. That is why, from a theoretical point of view, it may be inlightening to study these processes taking into account comparative models. Nonetheless, historians must not be so mechanical as to underestimate historical evidence, however scanty it may be. On the contrary, the aforementioned examples prove, when accuraley analysed, that specific differences are often more important that hypothetical similarities. And that is what we realize in early institutions as well as in social relations of Rome and Athens, althrough both of them ended up as States based on chattel-stavery.

419-434

Los seviros augustales y las divinidades romanas en la Bética

Rodríguez Cortés, Juana

Religiousness of the seviri augustales from the Spanish Province of Baetica appears to be strongly influenced, as much as for its social status as for the religious propaganda of Emperors. At times it is also possible ti suppose quite accurately the economic reasons wich have led them to make their votive inscriptions for the Roman Deities.

435-441

Nacimiento de la arqueología y la historiografía del arte. Pensamiento patrimonialista de la Ilustración

Rodríguez Pareja, Amalia

In this paper the authoress analyzes the reciprocal relations between Classical Scholarship, Archaeology, Historiography, Historiography of Art and the Art heritage, with special reference to Winckelmann's and Lessing's works.

443-453

La Égloga IV de Virgilio a través de la Interpretatio allegorica de Luis Vives

Rodríguez Peregrina, José Manuel

Vives' points of view about classic poetry: truth and rhetoric as poetical basic elements. Vive thoughts on Vergil's works. Tradition and innovation in his allegoric commentary on Vergil's fourth Eclogue.

455-466

Conversión y Coacción sexual. La cristianización del Imperio Romano en la reciente historiografía anglosajona

Ubiña, J.F.

Taking as a starting point some of the most outstanding recent works of American and British historians, this article attempts to reconsider some permanent questions about the inter pretation of the Christianization of the Roman Empire. These questions involve the various forms of religious conversion, relations between pagans and Christians and, especially, both the paradoxical role that women played in the historical process characterized by their subjection, and a general denial of everything involving the pleasure of the body. In this respect, both the christianization of woman, and her role in the first Christian Communities may act as a reliable reference to the real changes which took place within Roman Society. The results of this type of analysis could be more enlightening than those which have traditionally been considered decisive, such as the conversion of Constantine.

467-485

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