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Número 4 (1992)
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Notas sobre la historia de la redacción y estructura del texto de Jn 1,1-18

Barreto Betancort, Juan

The present article constitutes the first part of a study of the literary structure of the so called Prologue of John’s Gospel (1, 1-18). The starting point is a history of its composition. The Prologue’s basic text, called PI, is formed by 1, 1-5.10ac. 11.14abce. 17, the sequences called PII, 1, 6-9.10b. 12-13.14d. 15-16.18, constitute, in the author’s opinion, a textual expansion in composition. Given the hipothesis that different styles correspond to different compositions we have grouped or separated sequences according to stylistic criteria although structure and content is also considered. Here the caracteristics of style and content are established as well as those of the structure of PI and PII. The second part will explain the forms of insertion of PII in PI and the resulting strutural changes.

11-40

Ampliaciones de oraciones completivas de infinitivo en función de SN2 (OD) en Longo: ampliaciones sintácticas mediante un adyacente

Fernández García, Aurelio J.

The systematic study on the syntax speech-pattern of Greek novelists in Roman times is an aspect of the Greek language which has been scarcely analyzed up to this moment. With the present work, we want to contribute to a better knowledge of this author and the language of his time. We believe that the functional perspective we are presenting for his study will be very useful for further analysis.

41-51

La mujer en Las Argonáuticas de Apolonio Rodio

González Galván, María Gloria

The presence of women in Apollonius of Rhodes’ The Argonautica is unquestionable. In this study an analysis of how this presence is revealed and the way in which the author treats the feminine figure provided, with special reference to characters who may be regarded as central to the work, such as Medea.

53-59

Sobre el empleo de algunas preposiciones en el dialecto cretense. III. ἐξ, ἀπό

Martínez Fernández, Ángel

In this paper a detailed description of the syntax of the prepositions ἐξ and ἀπό in the Cretan dialect is offered, taking into account all the existing epigraphic material.

61-118

La mujer en los epitafios métricos de Creta de época helenística

Martínez Fernández, Ángel

The image reflected of the woman in the Cretan funerary epigrams of the Hellenistic period responds to the concept of the ideal woman commonly accepted in the ancient Greek world. Moral, religious and family virtues, physical beauty, and other aspects such as noble birth and fame, are all praiseworthy qualities in a woman. Mention should be made, however, of the use of the epithet μεγάλαυχος «proud» , said of a married woman, by which the poet appears to express a personal feeling of the deceased motivated by the illustrious family to which she belongs. On the other hand, it is worth pointing out the important role the mother plays in the funeral rites, in which she generally assumes the grief caused by the bereavement of her offspring.

119-150

El caso dativo en griego

Moralejo, Juan J.

The dative case is not a syncretic one in Ancient Greek. It appears to be no basis for reconstructing locative and instrumental cases in prehistorical Greek. The nominal declension of the Mycenaean tablets must be considered in the light of that typological rule: the plural number cannot make functional differences, if these are not previously in the singular. The Mycenaean and Homeric ending -phi does not represent a true and autonomous case form, but a polysemic and paraflectional suffix. The so-called instrumental—ablative case of the Mycenaean tablets is a debatable one and the so-called dative-ablative of Arcado-Cypriot is not at all an outcome of syncretism.

151-161

Misoginia en la tradición literaria neohelénica

Omatos, Olga

The sarcastic commentaries or the cruel invectives against women in relation to their character or their femenine wiles to attract men’s attention, are very frequent in former Greek literary texts and in the classical Age, continuing until the so called “Neohelenic Literature”. In this work, you can find a series of Cretan testimonies, corresponding to the Renaissance Age in Greece, which confirmes the continuity of the misogynous tradition in Greek Literature using the same topics as ancient ancestors. At the same time, the first text we introduce, is a testimony of how the elements of literary tradition pass on to oral tradition acquiring characteristics typical of Folklore.

163-181

Consideraciones sobre la mujer en el epigrama funerario helenístico de la ‘Antología Palatina’

Pérez Cabrera, Juana

The Hellenistic epigrammatical literature is a privileged source to investigate the society of its time; in this article it will be tried to establish the relevant characteristics in the femenine image and the woman’s social functions through funerary epigrams.

183-191

Lingüística transformacional y condicionales griegas

Pino Campos, Luis Miguel

The author comments briefly on the application of the generative-transformational approach to the study of Greek conditional periods. Two aspects are addressed: firstly, Greek conditional periods in both the Homeric and Attic eras, constitute a superficial structure which corresponds to a deep structure with a disjunctive pattern; secondly, the replaceability (substitution) of εἰ (conditional) with ἤ (disjunctive), that is «if» instead of «or». In the opinion of the author, the above two concepts (structures and substitution) should be applied in unambiguous examples where no semantic alteration exists.

193-200

Varia epigraphica del País valenciano

Corell Vicent, Josep
Grau Codina, Ferrán
Gómez Font, Xavier

The authors present six inscriptions here: about the two first, that are commonly considered false, they want to reivindicate their authenticity or, at least, to make evident that their falseness is not sure; on the other hand, they correct the lecture of the two following; the other two are inedited.

201-211

La Biblia en el Diccionario de la lengua española a través de la Vulgata latina

García de la Fuente, Olegario

It is evident that the Latin Bible has had a tremendous influence on the evolution of Christian Latin. It is equally evident that it is not possible to account satisfactorily for the important role of Christian Latin in the early centuries, the Middle Ages and the birth of the Romance Languages. As an example of these affirmations the author has studied the following Spanish terms and expressions derived from Vulgata: Abismo Seno de Abraham: Hijos de Adán; Bocado de Adán; Adefesio; Adorar in the sense of bow, bow before (the recently elected Pope); Santo advenimiento; Esperar el santo advenimiento; Lo alto as an equivalent of heaven. Altura as an equivalent of heaven, altísimo as an equivalent of God; Cizaña as an equivalent of discord.

213-228

La gramática de la lengua tupí de José de Anchieta y su dependencia de la gramática latina

González Luis, Francisco

The dependency on the Latin Grammar of the Tupi Language or Arte de grammatica da Lingoa mais vsada na costa do Brasil, which was first described by the jesuist Father José de Anchieta from La Laguna (Tenerife), is due at least to these four facts: 1. The author himself who wrote in Latin and taught this language as well; 2. The recipients of his works, the jesuists, his brothers in religion who were great connoisseurs of the Latin language and who had been educated in it; 3. The model set by the first description of the romance language (Nebrija, Oliveira, de Barros) based as they were on the above mentioned grammar; 4. The Latin Grammar itself, which was considered to be a universal model of linguistic codification. The extent to which Tupi differs from Latin, -quatenus a latina differt- will however allow Anchieta to analyse and describe the pecularities of that Indian language.

229-244

El Dialogus de Pedro Alfonso

González Luis, José

Petrus Alfonsi Spanish converso, physician, polemicist and author possibly born in Huesca. Known as Mose Sefardí before his conversion at the age of 44 (1106), he assumed the new name of Pedro Alfonso. This paper is particulary about his work the Dialogus, a polemical treatise which he wrote to defend his conversion. We analyse the circumstances, the content and the arguments utilized by the author of the dialogues into the classic apologetics of Middle Age.

245-262

a Graecis Fortunatae sunt cognominatae...

Hinojo Andrés, Gregorio

In his Décadas Nebrija inserts a quite long digression on the Canary islands. The fragment at issue epitomizes the most prominent features in Nebrija’s historical works, namely: his linguistic and literary peculiarities; his extensive knowledge of Latin and Classical Antiquity in spite of some opinions to the contrary; his personal touch in ellaborating -and not merely translating- his Spanish sources, whose main concern was to gather data without caring for the interpretation and structuralization. In our fragment, just like in his other historical writings, Nebrija adheres closely to the principles of Renaissance historiography.

263-278

Comentario del poema Ad Bacchum de José de Acosta

Izquierdo Izquierdo, José Antonio
Martínez Ortega, Ricardo

This paper analyses, from a formal point of view, José Acosta’s Latin poem Ad Bacchum. We have payed attention to the micro-structure of the text and its macro-structure, and no difference from the classic canon can be observed. We think that a didactic purpose can be inferred from the inclusion of footnotes explaining the meaning of some words.

279-289

La Real Sociedad Económica de La Laguna y el estudio municipal de gramática a fines del reinado de Carlos III (1777-1790)

Salas Salgado, Francisco

We intend to show in this paper the condition of the Latin-language teaching in 18th. century in La Laguna, one of the most important cities in Canary island. The establishment of «Real Sociedad Económica de Amigos del País» was very important for the development of the old «cátedra de Gramática».

291-312

La segunda sátira de Persio a la luz de la filosofía estoica

Serrano Gómez, Eduardo

The attitude of the Stoics toward religion makes up for the criticism of the traditional practice and the defence of a theological rationalism. This position, reflected in most of the Stoics in the High Empire, is evident in Persius’ second satire.

313-329

Notas sobre la Gramática Latina de Andrés Bello

Daher Hernández, Elisa

333-337

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