Número 8 (1996)
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Isócrates y la crisis de la polis: reflexiones sobre un modelo histórico de comunidad

Dopico Caínzos, María Dolores

In the IV century BC. some Greek writers made different reflections about the transformations of the polis and its problems. This paper will deal with this aspect in the works by Isocrates, such as it appears reflected in his speech addressed to Philip of Macedon. The solutions which he offers at those moments of crisis give us a glimpse of the nature and characteristics of a historical model of Greek community, the polis.


Observaciones sobre el matrimonio en Heródoto y Tucídides

González Almenara, Guillermina

The Histories by Herodotus and Thucydides show some examples of marriages. Woman, performed as a bearer of all political and sociological values from the oikos of her father, provide her husband a political benefit through in her capacity as a bearer of inheritance and political class from her paternal oikos.


La figura femenina en Hécale de Calímaco

González Galván, María Gloria

Our study will focus on the analysis of the female figure offered by the poet Callimachus in his work Hecale. The main character, an ancient woman, as well as the other female features shown by the author will help us to get into the female world of hellenism and the poet.


Des stoïciens, comme éducateurs et chefs culturels de la Grèce d'hier (observations lexicales et littéraires)

Grekou, Zadi

This article is about the Stoics as educators and “cultural chiefs” in ancient Greece, as it is evident or suggested in certain literary remarks dealing with areas of thought like Physics, Logics and Ethics.


La alabanza tucididea de la oratoria improvisada de Temístocles: una nueva interpretación de Tucídides I 138.3

Iglesias Zoido, Juan Carlos

The purpose of the present study in to provide a new interpretation of Th. I, 138, 3. In this passage, the historian describes the personal qualities of Themistokles, one of the most important and controversial leaders in the Medical Wars. The analysis of ξύνεσις, μελέτη and, specially, αὐτοσχεδιάζειν, provides information on the improvised oratory that took place in Athens before the sophistic influence.


El sistema pronominal en el orador Esquines

Martín Velasco, Mª José

The present paper analyzes the pronominal system in Aeschines. This is especially important because here we can find many uses that later, in the koine, become widespread. For instance we find the reduction from three to two forms of demonstrative pronoums, the increase of uses of reflexive pronouns, the confusion of the value between relaties and indefinite pronoums and the appearance of recent forms taken from old adjetivs as ἴδιος and οἰκεῖος.


Notas sobre la imagen de la mujer en el epigrama funerario de la ‘Antología Palatina’

Martínez Fernández, Ángel

The image of the woman reflected in the sepuchral epigrams from the Palatine Anthology responds to the profile of the ideal woman accepted in ancient Greece. Moral virtues, physical beauty, and other aspects such as virginity, fecundity, love for the husband, and labour within the household, are all praiseworthy characteristics in a woman.


La expresión del mandato en las inscripciones dialectales griegas

Ortega Villaro, Begoña

The present paper attends to analyse the different moods and tenses that appear in the Greek inscriptions to express the order: imperative, subjuntive, optative (in Elean), infinitive and indicative and the different value they may have when they appear, one, two, three or even four forms in the same inscriptions: so, in the Law Code of Gortyn (imp., inf. and fut.ind.) or in the Heraclean Tables (imp., inf., fut., and aorist indicative).


Los nombres del mar de más allá de las Columnas de Hércules en la Antigüedad

Pérez Vilatela, Luciano

The called today “Atlantic Ocean” was not designed in the Antiquity by the addition of these two concepts. They mean two different conceptions of the world. There were also another expressiones for designe it, like “Exterior sea”.


Gramática funcional y condicionales griegas

Pino Campos, Luis Miguel

After the defence of my Doctoral Dissertation (January 1988), entitled “Períodos condicionales griegos. Un análisis lingüístico sobre textos de época clásica”, several studies on this area of Greek syntax have been published. Among these, Wakker’s (1994) outstands first, because of its exhaustiveness, and second -and more crucial- because it offers a vast number of important suggestions. This paper is a critical commemtary on that book.


El Arte de predicar de Fray Martín de Córdoba. Traducción y notas

Díaz Díaz, Pedro Rafael

In this paper we’ve tried to offer the interested readers a complete translation of the “Art of Preaching”, a short piece of work compiled toward the latter part of the fifteenth century by Martin of Cordoba, into Spanish. This translation is based on the manuscript edited by Rubio, F.: “Ars Praedicandi de Fray Martín de Córdoba” La Ciudad de Dios 172 (1959) 330-348. In the copious footnotes we’ve sought to place Martin’s booklet in the doctrinal context of the medieval Latin Artes praedicandi.


La transmisión textual del De re coquinaria de Apicio: último estado de la cuestión

Gómez Pallarès, Joan

The aim of this paper is to resum in a few pages our knowledge about the so called De Re Coquinaria, attributed to Marcus Gavius Apicius. We analyse the most important “ingredients” of this text and we carefully describe his manuscript transmission. Our stemma codicum completely coincide with the M. E. Milham’s editio teubneriana stemma. Our work represents one of the basic researchs for our editio apiciana in the collection “Fundacio Bernat Metge”.


La poesía latina como fuente de doctrina métrica

Hoces Sánchez, María del Carmen

Latin poetry also represents an interesting source in order to study the ancient metrical doctrine not only for what the making praxis can say about this matter but also for the numerous references more or less theoretical found in poetic texts. From concepts such as vox or sonus to more specific metrical ways or even musical instruments, the evidence about the fulfilment of poetic activity and its relation with the music is of a great value.


Indagaciones lingüísticas sobre los términos usados en el horario romano

Izquierdo Guzmán, Laura

The aim of the present study is to investigate the linguistic possibilities which the Latin system possessed to distinguish between the different parts of the day in ancient times. We present numerical series of horae and vigiliae which function as nomenclatures and we stucture the different terms included in the lexematic paradigm of dies, due to their sharing of the same temporality.


‘Caelum’ en la Vulgata

Macías Villalobos, Cristóbal

In this article the author means to display all the profane and biblical meanings of a word as significant as ‘caelum’ in the Latin Vulgate. He studies also some expressions of Hebrew origin, where caelum appears and that we can see today in all the Romance languages. At the same time, hier it’s possible to follow the evolution of the ‘heaven’ notion from Old to New Testament.


Epitafios latinos al Deán Bencomo

Salas Salgado, Francisco

In this paper I intend to study a particular variant of Latin inscriptions, that is to say, the epitaphs devoted to Deán Pedro Bencomo (1749-1828) and also provide their edition and translation. As all of them were written in the 19th century, the aim is to examine whether their structure is similar to that of the Classical or the Rennaissance epitahs.


Las definiciones de preposición en los gramáticos latinos: coherencia y aportaciones

Santiago Ángel, José Manuel

In this paper we pretend to show what the criteria that the Latin Grammarians selected by Keil used to distinguish the preposition as part of sentence are. Five types of definition were found, which reveal three main criteria concerning place, semantics and syntax. We relate these criteria to modern definitions of preposition.


La oración de infinitivo en la ‘Historia Romana’ de Veleyo Patérculo

Vázquez Préneron, Isabel

The author studies the use of the infinitive construction in the Roman History of Velleius Paterculus. The analysis that refers to the main verbs shows Velleius’ preference for the infinitive clauses instead of that clauses with conectors. Likewise, the uses of the infinitive remark Velleius’ literary and rethorical background.


La formación de la Grecia moderna y el irredentismo balcánico

Bádenas de la Peña, Pedro

Interethnic conflicts in the European Southeast after the deep socio-political transformations at the end of the bipolarily have revealed that there are still in force insurmountable contradictions in the Balcanic national identities forged against the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century. This paper analizes the configuration of the Neohellenic nationalist ideology, a clue for all the geographic area, given that -either by analogy or by opposition-, it explains a chain reaction of similar intellectual attitudes in the rest of the peoples with an orthodox tradition. The result is the development of various irredentist policies. The two cultural models of the modern state-nation (the occidental, enlightened and revolutionary, and the oriental, theocratic represented by Russia) are re-elaborated in the Greek region and produce a syncretic and irreal imaginary identity; this is based upon the myth of linguistic and ethnic continuity that pretends to assimilate the opposed worlds of pagan Antiquity and the Byzantine tradition.


El mito de Narciso en el Renacimiento español

López Rodríguez, Concepción

The Narcissus myth is here analysed in the Spanish Literature of the Renaissance. The latin poet, Ovid, provides the poets with mythical stories which the renaissance authors use like a pattern for writing their works. Fernando de Acuña, Gregorio Silvestre and so many others see in the Narcissus myth a different story, which they shape on their own way.


La recepción árabe de la cosmología neoplatónica a través de las epístolas de los Ijwān al-ṣafā (siglo X)

Aguiar Aguilar, Maravillas

The Ikhwān al-ṣafā, or The Brothers of Purity , was a group of authors whom wrote a compendium of all the sciences known in the Xth century. Also, this compendium is the first complete exposition of the Isma’ilī philosophical system. This encyclopedia contains a great number of textual material taken by the arabs from greek-helenistic sources. In this paper we give a translation of some chapters of the arabic text concerning the Aristotle’s cosmological model of celestial spheres. More exactly, the revision to this philosophical system done by the Neoplatonism in Hellenistic times.


Lat. ‘genu’

Martínez García, Francisco Javier


El Fondo Antiguo de la Biblioteca Universitaria de La Laguna (BULL). Obras humanísticas latinas del siglo XVI: I. ‘Retórica y oratoria sagradas’

Rábade Navarro, Miguel Ángel


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