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Fortunatae
Número 9 (1997)
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Las citas en Diodoro de Sicilia. I: las citas poéticas

Camacho Rojo, José María
Fuentes González, Pedro Pablo
López Cruces, Juan Luis

The paper examines the use Diodorus makes of citations in the Library of History. The authors analyse some items of Callimuchus, Solon, Hesiod, Aristophanes and Eupolis in order to demonstrate the need of respecting Diodorus's text if he is to be used as informant for the constitutio textus.

13-32

Las perífrasis de infinitivo en el Dafnis y Cloe de Longo

Fernández García, Aurelio J.

This paper describes in depth the periphrasis of infinitive in Daphnis and Chloe ‘s composition. According to Longo, the periphrasis of infinitive are another way of reacting against the impoverishment of the language taking place in this time, strengthening the infinitive.

33-39

Un relato de Yorgos Ioanu (1927-1985): «+ 13-12-43», de la colección ‘Por amor propio’ (Για ένα φιλότιμο)

López Jimeno, Amor

The auctor translates and comments a brief story (πηζογράφημα) by Georges Ioannou, an writer of the named «School of Thessaloniki», who cultivated this gender with skill. This brief story, «+ 13-12-43», belongs to the collection Για ένα φιλότιμο, (1964) and it is inspirated in the memories of the War and the Occupation.

41-57

Los orígenes de Heracles y su desarrollo cultual

López Saco, Julio

The author describes the development of the complex character of Herakles just as it is reflected in the myths, the cults and the representational arts.

59-79

La filosofía de Platón en el Renacimiento a través de un intermediario

Martínez Benavides, María José

In 1554 the Sevillian humanist Sebastián Fox Morcillo published in Basilea his In Platonis Timaeum Commentarium, where be compiles, from the Antiquity, the Platonic exegetic tradition. Our paper centres upon one of the members of this tradition, the middle platonic Alcinous, whose treatise Didaskalikos is used by Fox Morcillo as a source for the interpretation of this platonic dialogue.

81-101

Estudio sobre el vocabulario jurídico en el dialecto cretense

Martínez Fernández, Ángel

In this paper the author analyzes the Cretan legal terminology related to the judicial procedure and. penalties. The terms are gathered into four sections: a) persons in charge of the administration of justice and the exercise of their duties; b) the litigant parties; c) admissible proofs on a trial; d) and finally, the result and execution of the lawsuit. There are two clearly differentiated phases in the historical development of the Cretan legal vocabulary. Firstly, the inscriptions of the Archaic and Classical periods show numerous terms peculiar to the Cretan legislative language, along with other words which are usual in Greek or common to other legislations such as the Attic one. And secondly, the influence of a legal supradialectal nomenclature, favoured by the Koine, is observed in inscriptions of the Hellenistic period.

103-123

‘Graecorum Philosophorum aurea dicta’. Selección de apotegmas (4ª parte)

Pino Campos, Luis Miguel

This article has been conceived as a continuation of previous three published in Fortunatae 5, 6 and 7. It contains a thirth series of Pythagoras’ apophthegmata.

125-139

El De venustate dicendi de Fernando Manzanares y el Diálogo de la lengua de Juan de Valdés

Arcos Pereira, Trinidad

The purpose of this paper is twofold: to study the characteristics of the de uenustate dicendi, first book of the Flores rhetorici by F. Manzanares, and to analyse the relationship between the work of this late 15th-century humanist and El diálogo de la lengua by Juan de Valdés, an author of the next generation.

141-160

La codificación del tiempo en la epistolografía

García de Paso Carrasco, María Dolores

The purpose of this paper is to show, in the light of the use of the epistolary imperfect, how the tense system in letters, and above all in narrative parts, is highly altered.

161-177

La Vita Sancti Columbae: un ejemplo de la cultura Hiberno-Latina

González Marrero, José Antonio
León Rolo, Beatriz

The present paper seeks to revieiv hiberno-latin culture through its Literature. We take Adamnan’s Vita Sancti Columbae as our principal referent in achieving this aim. This is a text which was written towards the end of the 7th. century and transmitted in a series of manuscripts. We also give a brief account of this text. Its main idea is focused on the influence that Ireland and its monks had on both medieval literature, written in Latin on the continent, and on European culture through the rigorious teaching of the Latin language in the school system.

179-191

El universo en los mitos clásicos

González Marrero, José Antonio
Real Torres, Carolina

The present paper will try to forget the differences that divide astronomy and astrology nowadays. We will do it with examples which make reference to the Classical period. This topic will serve us to make a general revision of the Universe (mainly of planets) with the explicit aim of proving that astronomy would not bear the importance that has in our days if in other historical eras astrology would not have participated in its conception.

193-201

Notas sobre la justificación sintáctica de la variatio

Hernández Cabrera, Tomás

The aim of this paper is to discuss whether the so-called variatio is really a rethorical image. From the commentary of a few passages from Classical Latin it is concluded that this image of speech is a result of the linguistic use instead of the authors’ will.

203-214

Acerca de un comentario sobre el rey Wamba (672-680) y la ‘Chronica Naierensis’ (s. XII)

Martínez Ortega, Ricardo

A remark by Prof. Juan Gil in his historiographical study of the XI-XIII centuries prompted the writing of this paper, which is an attempt to track down the two current traditions about the figure of king Wamba (672-680). One considers him to be a monk who died in Pampliega (Historia de rebus Hispanie, Chronicon Mundi, Crónica de Alfonso III, Primera Crónica General de España); the other, represented by the Chronica Naierensis, believes him to be buried somewhere in the threefold place-name Castella-Valle Monio-ecclesia Sancti Petri. The author concludes that in fact both interpretations refer to the same place, which in one case is known as Pampliega, a village in Burgos, but also as Saint Peter’s church, in Pampliega. No contradiction therefore exists between the old tradition and thai of the Chronica Naierensis.

215-221

¿Brujas o ángeles? Algunos ejemplos de misoginia en el mundo clásico

Real Torres, Carolina

The Classical Antiquity is a rich period which offers many cases of misoginy. This paper is an attempt to draw a reasonable exploitation of some features of the behaviour of women in society. It also gives an account of the various kinds of restrictions imposed on them.

223-235

‘Quod’, ‘quia’, ‘quoniam’ en Amiano Marcelino

Roca Alamá, María José

The aim of this paper is to describe the use of the causal conjunctions quod, quia, quoniam in the historian Ammianus Marcellinus and to compare it with the use of the classical period. The result is that there are important differences between them.

237-251

¿Encargó Braulio de Zaragoza a Eugenio de Toledo que compusiera una misa de San Millán? Para una interpretación de ‘Vita Emiliani’, 3, 5-10

Valcárcel, Vitalino

What is Braulio asking from Eugenius in this passage: that he requires a Mass to be celebrated (where?) in honour of San Millán, or that Eugenius himself writes the Mass, or, simply, some parts or prayers for it? Firstly, translations and interpretations provided by scholars to date are checked and criticized; then an interpretation of the passage is proposed, being based on textual criticism approaches, on the work context and on the cultural environment in which this work takes place.

253-259

Interpretación de la Biblia en Qumrán

García Martínez, Florentino

The manuscripts from Qumran are fundamentally biblical exegesis in spite of the variety of contents and literary genres. The author analyses, on the one hand, the characteristics of Qumran’s biblical exegesis. He mentions first the «derash ha-Torab», that is, the «Interpretation of the Law», that aims to find the hidden element («nistar») in the Law, what is to be distinguished from the revealed one («nigle»). The former is revealed to the community members only, by means of the «Interpreter of the Law», that is, of the «Teacher of Justice», and it is to be concealed from those outside the community. Then the author discusses the interpretation of Prophets (and Psalms) («pesher ha-nebi’im») and states that it is determined by the principle of «escatologization», i. e., the meaning of these writings is referred to the historical present of the community. In this interpretation the «Teacher of Justice» plays an essential role. On the other hand, the author studies the function of this exegesis inside the community. He characterizes it as compulsory for the community members. The exegesis also serves as the discriminatory element between the community members and the rest of the people.

261-286

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