Número 15 (2000)
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La metamorfosi del mito di Scilla
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Ressel, Monica

Figurative art and literature have been usually studied separately, without considering their possible interactions. The myth of Skylla offers an interesting example of how influences of sculpture and painting on texts and vice versa make the same story change. Among the numerous records of Skylla there is a striking gap dividing Homer's description and later elaboration. In the Odyssey Skylla is a threatening monster, a sort of gigantic octopus that lives in a cave; she has six long necks, twelve misshapen feet and cruel mouths with three rows of teeth. The vagueness of the description caused subsequent adulterations, because the creature was difficult to imagine and to reproduce in art. Skylla developed and became a charming and dangerous siren, who bit and gulped seamen with the three dog heads she had around her hips. As far as Homeric Skylla was perceived to be similar to other monsters, artists reduced her peculiar characteristics and new myths and new iconographic images aroused.


Βρυχαλειος in un'iscrizione tessala
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Dettori, Emanuele

Es wird eine neue Interpretation für das Adjektiv βρυχαλειος vorgeschlagen, welches sich auf einer Inschrift aus Pharsalos befindet. Diese Interpretation basiert auf einer Hesychglosse und stützt sich auch auf die (wahrscheinliche) Bedeutung des anderen Epithetons derselbe Inschrift.


Perturbaciones mentales en los poemas homéricos y en las tragedias de Sófocles y Eurípides
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Conti Jiménez, Luz

The analysis of the Homeric poems and of some of Euripides' tragedies offers a clear image of the concept of madness in Ancient Greece. In spite of differences due to the time lapse involved and the different characteristics of epic and tragedy these works offer a literary image of the madman which seems to have been maintained without major changes throughout the centuries, and which agrees to a high degree with the one shown in the medical treaties of the corpus hippocraticum .


Notes on the Text of Euripides
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White, Heather

The present work consists of several notes on the text of Euripides: Suppl . 24-8; 58-9; 60-2; 321-3; 584-7; 971-6; 1152-7; El . 1072-3; 1233-5; 1329-30; HF 117-8; Tro . 538-41; 542ff.; 694-5; 817-8; 1100-4; 1173-7; IT 186-8; 691-2; 1348-53; Ion 84-5;927-31; 936-8; 1410.


Reflexiones sobre la comedia aristofánica
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López Eire, Antonio

This paper tries to demonstrate how the comedies of Aristophanes must be interpreted taking into account the fact that political and ritual features work in them together. Concerning ritual patterns, it does not impose, however, a single interpretative structure, as usually is done, but deffends the idea of Apte's «ritual humor» and develops different structures for each play.


Aristófanes, 'Nub.' 329-334: el poeta y los intelectuales
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Rodríguez Alfageme, Ignacio

In Nub . 329-334 Aristophanes enumerates the professionals who live without working. Between those we find physicians, sophists and fortune tellers. Our aim is the study of the composed word ἰατροτέχνης from the point of view of morphology and the context in order to determine what kind of physician is referred to by word.


Hacia una definición lingüística del tópico literario
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Escobar Chico, Ángel

In view of the very different and even contradictory current uses of tópos in the field of literary criticism, my paper proposes to establish a valid definition of this old rhetorical and philosophical term, which very soon pervaded literature, being characterized essentially as the normal version of a literary argument, having both a trópos -function and also the possibility of receiving an antithetical treatment (marked term of the opposition).


Adonis y los semidioses. Theoc. 15.136-142
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Montes Cala, José Guillermo

At lines 136-142 of Theocritus' Idyll XV Adonis is distinguished from other demigods because he is the only one to revisit alternately Earth and Hades; no other hero (not even the most celebrated) has been granted this. However, this catalogue has presented some textual and interpretative problems to the critics, who have insisted in describing it as clumsy and perfunctory. In this paper the author attempts to demonstrate that these lines, as composed and performed by the Argive woman's daughter, must be read in the light of heroic genealogy. She ascents from the Homeric age to the remotest antiquity in order to glorify Adonis as a new and prominent figure of the Ptolemaic pantheon.


Los 'Cynegetica' fragmentarios y el fracaso del cazador
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Martínez, Sebastián

Fragments of Cynegetica and the failed hunter. This paper deals with several fragments attribued to supposed Cynegetica of Nicander of Colophon and Sostratus (or Sosicrates) Phanagorites.


Combinaciones funcionales del 'ut' modal en Plauto y Cicerón
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García de la Calera Martínez, Roberto

It is intended a classification of passages from Plautus and Cicero with ut -modal regarding the sintactical function that the relative ut and its antecedent have (or, on the absence of the latter, the whole subordinate clause). As a result we offer, but with many reservations, five groups (respectively, Adjunct of Manner, Adjunct of Context, Apossition + Reasoning, Defining Disjunct of inner logic and Non-defining Disjunct of inner logic).


La locura en Roma: un léxico como recurso literario y argumento político
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López Gregoris, Rosario

La folie à Rome est analysée de deux manières dans ce présent travail: d'une part, les tragédies de Sénèque nous permettent de confirmer que sa pensée philosophique a une répercussion sur la caractérisation des personnages considérés traditionnellent comme fous, de sorte que la folie est surtout un comportement social irresponsable; d'autre part, Cicéron d'abord et les historiens impériaux présentant les empereurs comme des fous sont suspects d'associer d'une manière intéressée la folie et la tyrannie.


Sobre la lengua y el estilo de Séneca
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Albrecht, Michael von

Nel presente studio si svolge un’analisi dei fenomeni linguistici e stilistici di Seneca nel loro contesto a partire dalla lettura delle epistole 108 e 65, allo scopo di evidenziare le convergenze esistenti tra l’intrepretazione letteraria e quella linguistica dell’opera dell’autore latino.


Sobre el texto de Dión Crisóstomo, Oratio XI
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Giangrande, Giuseppe

The present work consist of several notes on Dion Crisostomus, Oratio XI.


Asclepiades and prostitution
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Giangrande, Giuseppe


Two epigrams on Hipponax
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White, Heather


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