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Número 2 (1991)
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Las citas de Solón en Plutarco

Aguilar Fernández, Rosa Mª

The aim of this paper is to provide an almost exhaustive study about the Solon’s citations throughout the Plutarch work. Actually Plutarch, author of a biography of Solon included between the Parallelae Vitae, pays also his attention to the solonian thought along the several treatises of the Moralia. The purpose of Plutarch differs from the Vita Solonis to the Moralia. In the first of these works the quotations are, as a general rule, used to emphasize personal features of the biographied. On the other hand, the Moralia treatises offer a minor number of citations, which, nevertheless, give a more exact account about the interlocutors oppinions. Plutarch has made use too in considerable amount of Solon verses, of which he is sometimes the only resting evidence.

11-21

κοινοκρατηρόσκυφος: comensalidad y política en la poesía cercidea

Campos Daroca, Francisco Javier
López Cruces, Juan Luis

This paper tries to prove that Cercidas’ first meliambus, traditionally interpreted as a Cynic diatribe against luxury, can be explained otherwise starting from the circumstances of its performance: taking into account the socio-political value of the feeding practices in the Greek world, we suggest that with the term κοινοκρατηρόσκυφος the poet means that his party is endowed with the political virtue of μεσότης in opposition to the ἀκρασία of the rival faction.

23-36

Angelos Sikelianós o la misión profética del poeta

García Gálvez, Isabel

A poet, conscious of his poetic gift, Angelos Sikelianós (1884-1951) gets into the search of the poetic essence, as a prophet in a new religion, which finds his expression in the Delphic Idea; this links the divine and the human by means of a readaptation of Myth and the addition the Christian myth. The liturgy of this religion is constituted by drama performances in Delphi.

37-47

Mito y religión en Grecia: aspectos metodológicos

García López, José

The author of the paper tries to draw attention to those methodological aspects that should be taken into account before studying the possible relationship between religion and myth. In this way an approach to the myth definition problem, in general, and among the Greeks, in particular, is previous to any other question. Secondly, it is necessary to reflect on the different aspects that the Greek religion presents with the help of the facts that the fenornenology of religion gives us. Finally several examples, where the close relationship between the mythic tales and some religious cults and festivals is shown, are suggested.

49-65

Humanistas andaluces I

Martínez Benavides, María José

The effervescence of Humanism during the 16th and 17th centuries was also notable in Andalucía, where a group of persons mostly grammarians but also some poets, contributed to the study and spread of Classical culture. This was mainly developed from the University, by those who held the Chair of grammar and by others who published versions or adaptations of the classicals poets.

67-75

Sobre el empleo de algunas preposiciones en el dialecto cretense. I. ἀντί, πρό, πεδά, σύν

Martínez Fernández, Ángel

In this paper, the history of the studies on Greek, and especially Cretan, prepositions is reviewed and a detailed syntactic description of ἀντί, πρό, πεδά and σύν in the Cretan dialect is offered, taking into account all the available epigraphic material.

77-172

La dicción satírica

Melero, Antonio

Veiled obscenity, language occasionally emotional and familiar, popular song, puzzling diction, evocation of the wild setting of the Bacchus’s θίασος, children’s language, a specific terminology for the agents of the Dionisiac ecstasy; these are the features that define the diction of Satyr-Play as a particular and specific pattern of the attic literary dialect, clearly different from that of Comedy and Tragedy.

173-185

Oraciones subordinadas finales: la función de los modos subjuntivo y optativo en griego antiguo

Pino Campos, Luis Miguel

The subjunctive and optative moods are considered as fulfilling in the final clauses the double value recognized for these moods in the main sentences, voluntative and prospective (subjunctive), cupitive and potential (optative). However, the impressive and expressive functions of the language do not preserve their characteristics in subordination, so the author analizes whether it is the potential and prospective values which do appear only in those clauses.

187-206

Epimenides of Crete: Some Notes on his Life, Works and the Verse “Κρῆτες ἀεὶ φεῦσται”

Strataridaki, Anna

This paper analyzes some thoughts regarding Epimenides’ life and works in the light of the literary fragments and testimonies which have been preserved. The Cretan priest, healer, purifier and prophet was attributed by the ancients qualities of a superhuman being. This is probably because of his very early and unusually long life and due to the ancient belief that his homeland, Crete, was a sacred place. Epimenides is known through his epic poetry, mythological works and local histories of Crete. He was also viewed by later sources as the author of the controversial saying «Cretans are ever liars». Here, an examination of various interpretations of this verse is presented.

207-223

El tratamiento del amor en la Égloga I de Virgilio

Alberte González, Antonio

The characters of Amarilis and Galatea, even though are developed in Theocritean Idyls, have got in Virgilian Egl. I a different treatment because of the influence of epicurean philosophy.

225-229

Un pasaje oscuro de Diomedes: Ars Grammatica III, GLK I 502, 15-19

Castillo Herrera, Marina del

In this passage of difficult interpretation, the use of the thermes arsis and thesis is particularly problematical. As can be inferred from the context, it apparently refers, like in many other instances, to the various parts of a foot, probably one of five sylables.

231-238

El género gramatical en los Commentarii de Servio a Virgilio

González Luis, Francisco

This paper reviews the various observations concerning grammatical gender that were made by the grammaticus urbis Romae, Marius Servius Honoratus, in his Commentarii on Virgil. As he presents the discussion within the frameword of the teaching of the grammatical correctness of the language, that is, of latinitas, his dependence on traditional artes grammaticae is evident, especially on Ars Donati. Servius’s originality, however, can be appreciated in the eclectic position he adopts with respect to the theoretical postulates of grammatical gender, in the manner in which he renews and enlarges auctorial evidence, in his many insights, and even in his personal errors.

239-262

La función de los mitos en el ‘Zodíaco’ de Germánico

Moya del Baño, Francisca

Germanicus differs from Aratos in adding the myths when he mentions the Zodiac signs. Being a doctus poet, he aims at originality. He knows how to choose the myth versions he needs in order to reflect the Roman spirit and exault August’s divinity.

263-275

Historiadores y poetas citados en las ‘Historias’ de Orosio: Livio y Tácito, Virgilio y Lucano

Rábade Navarro, Miguel Ángel

The article deals with the quotations from classical sources in Orosius’ Historiarum adversum paganos libri VII. It analyses the way in which Orosius makes use of pagan authors —through their direct and indirect quotations— in a work on Universal History written from a christian point of view and conceived as a tool to counter pagan opposition to Christian development.

277-286

Plinio el Joven en los preliminares al ‘Stadium Solis’ de Fray Andrés de Abreu

Roca Alamá, María José

This paper attempts to show how and why some little texts of Pliny’s Letters have been used by the authors of the preliminarys to the tractatus Stadium Solis visibilis Ecclesiae, written by Fray Andrés de Abreu in 1717.

287-295

Acercamiento formal a un poema latino del XIX en Canarias: el ‘In promptu’ de Graciliano Afonso

Salas Salgado, Francisco

This paper attemps a formal approach to Graciliano Afonso’s latin poem, a manuscript by ]uan Padilla which can be found in Las Palmas, Museo Canario. A certain distance from the classic canon can be observed in it, except for the micro-structure of the text. The relationship between Graciliano as humanist and as pre-romantic writer can also be noticed.

297-312

Los primeros gramáticos bizantinos en Occidente

García Gálvez, Isabel

315-318

Notas sobre una inscripción métrica de Falasarna

Martínez Fernández, Ángel

319-330

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