Número 6 (1994)
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Cuestiones sobre los episodios menores de ‘Las Argonáuticas’

Sancho Coderch, Juan

In this article, I deal, in the first place, with the different sources Apollonius had to compose his poem and, so, the degree of freedom he had to modify the main argument according to his likes, etc. About the minor episodes, I deal with the most important five which have also been treated by other authors as Callimachus, trying to find out as much as possible from this double source. In the last place, I deal with several small details (wich are not part of the main episode) which present some curious coincidences with other poets such as Theocrit, Hesiod, etc. In general, I try to find out as many similarities and differences as possible between Apollonius and the other dealed poets.


Ulises en el mundo cristiano del s. II

Isart Hernández, María Consolación

One of Clement of Alexandria’s major contributions to the world of culture was the fact that he succeded in reconciliating in his work the two greatest Greek geniuses, namely Homer and Plato. Ulysses is the homeric heroe most oft-mentioned by our author, of whom Clement is chiefly fond due to exaltation of reason occurring in him for the very first time in Greek Literature. In his presentation, he follows the allegoric interpretations belonging to stoics and neoplatonist.


La muerte y la utopía de las Islas de Los Bienaventurados en el imaginario griego

López Saco, Julio O.

The Isles of the Blessed or the Elysium are included in the mythical ideal of the greek imaginary. Their habitual geographical place, (in the world’s boundaries, beyond the Ocean, in the far west), is placed on insular territories and for this they are often identified with present islands, (Madeira, Canaries). Heros live in this “Paradise “ and the spirits of the characters selected directly for the gods on account of the relationships, and also deserving persons that can enjoy such Islands, according to a ethical and moral judgements of conduct. In these Islands the elected enjoy all the advantages, like in a garden of Eden: mild and kind climate, plenty of fruits, absence of work and illness and a eternal life. Their essential characteristics are included in three aspects: isolation, distance and an imperturbable happiness. Heros like Menelao, Achilles or Peleo knew the happiness and the welfare of the Elysium.


Sobre el empleo de algunas preposiciones en el dialecto cretense. V. ἐπί

Martínez Fernández, Ángel

In this paper a detailed description of the syntax of the preposition ἐπί in the Cretan dialect is offered, taking into account all the available epigraphic material.


‘Graecorum Philosophorum Aurea Dicta’. Selección de apotegmas. II

Pino Campos, Luis Miguel

This article has been conceived as a continuation of a previous one published in Fortunatae n° 5. It contains both prose (Pherecydes Syrius, Theagenes Reginus and Acusilaus) and verse (Orpheus, Musaeus and Epimenides) apophthegma by the first cosmologist. The second part deals with the series of sentences atributed to Pythagoras or to his school that are compiled under the title “Pitagóricos “ [Apotegmas].


Démones y otros seres intermedios entre el hombre y la divinidad en el pensamiento platónico

Rodríguez Moreno, Inmaculada

The actual analysis shows a general vision about the figures and main functions of intermediate beings between gods and men in Plato’s thought. All of them are entities that comunicate both levels, while the heroes, besides, take part of a cult from the State.


Un nuevo manuscrito volterrano en la Biblioteca del Cabildo de Toledo: Toletanus 102-10

Arcaz Pozo, Juan Luis

In this article it is studied, from the codicological viewpoint, the manuscript Toletanus 102-10, whose data (specially the relatives to heraldic emblem, who is at the first of the codex, and to semierase annotation) permit to determine his properness of the Mario Maffei of Volterra’s Library previous to arrive at the cardinal Zelada’s Library and, subsequently, at the Chapter of Toledo’s Library.


El De philologia liber de Gerardus Ioannes Vossius

Díaz Díaz, Pedro Rafael

In this paper we seek to offer to the interested reader a description and a valuation of one of the most celebrated works by the historians of classical scholarship, in the light of the presence of classical and late Latin tradition in the seventeenth century; it’s about De philologia liber, written by the great Dutch humanist Gerardus Ioannes Vossius (1577-1649).


El De Arte Gramática de G.J. Voss

Fuentes Moreno, Francisco

In this paper we try to approach the De arte grammatica and to offer an overall view of this basic work of G.J. Voss, one of the more representative figures of the Classical Scholarship in the seventeenth century.


El género gramatical de los nombres de ríos de la primera declinación

González Luis, Francisco

Owing to the progressive tendency of feminine nouns to come under the first declension, those masculine ones which are still found so because of “natural gender”. Apart from these, the only important exception is that of names of rivers ending in -a. An analysis of a few of them offers a good example of the struggle between their masculine lexical element and their feminine form. Traces of the victory of the latter are still visible in some romance languages (v.gr., fr. la Seine ‹ Sēquăna).


Algunas notas acerca de la vida y el nombre de San Brendano de Clonfert

González Marrero, José Antonio

After a brief establishement of the topic, the author tries to emphasize that, in spite of the existence of one hundred manuscripts about the Navigatio and the Vita Sancti Brendani, there remains problems in relation to this saint: the ignorance of his own life, reviewed in this study through the genealogy and the education, taken from his Vita and the established discussions about the name of Brendan, distinguishing between what etymologicals fancies are, according to the life of a saint and what, probably, is the name of druidic meaning, which evolutionated and christianized in the medieval Irish society.


Notas sobre el gerundio y el gerundivo

Harto Trujillo, María Luisa

This paper tries to explain some questions about the forms denominated “gerund” and “gerundive” in Latin. These forms, from the Antiquity to our days, have motivated several problems about their origin, their “diathesis”, their denomination and relations with the future participle... These are the questions about which the authoress gives her personal opinion, trying to cast light on the obscurity that has always involved the Latin forms in nd.


Aproximación al ‘De Narcisso’ de Pentadio

Mañaz Núñez, Manuel

Pentadius is a late poet and we know nothing about his life. We have some elegies about Fortune, Spring and Narcissus. This work turns around the analysis of the elegy De Narcisso, which is written with versus echoici. Pentadius gets Ovid’s history, but he elaborates it again, and he retouches his verses. Virgil and Martial influence in the elegy De Narcisso too, only in some verses.


El ‘Genius’ latino en las comedias de Plauto

Roca Barea, Elvira

On the various manifestations of the cult of Genius (Genii loci, Genii of military corps, provinces or associations of different kind....) in the Ancient Rome not all of them can be considered of great antiquity. The detailed study of the different references of the cult to Genius in Plautus’ comedy will show that in this time this cult is still confined to the family field and is limited exclusively to the cult of the males’ Genius, i. e. the males of a family.


El género literario de las obras no epistolares de Paciano de Barcelona

Tovar Paz, Francisco Javier

This paper deals with brief reflections about literary genres of non-epistolary production of Pacianus Barcinonensis. We consider the text know as “Third Epistle “ and the concept of “homiletic”. The “Third Epistle” have more proximity with the discourses of Pacianus than with his others epistles; the reason is the treatment exegetic although there isn’t an important motive of the discourses: the “castigatio”, because the “Third Epistle” have a different context.


Biografías «marginales» en la ‘Historia Augusta’

Velaza, Javier

The aim of this paper is to analyze some compositive proceedings of the author of the Historia Augusta, taking on account the ‘marginal’ biographies of Quintillus, Florianus and Calpurnia.


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