Número 16 (2001)
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'Clitemnestra' mejor que 'Clitemestra'
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Ruiz de Elvira Prieto, Antonio

In this paper the arguments are minutely examined which in the XIXth and XXth centuries have been alleged and maintained by a great number of scholars, some favouring the spelling 'Clytaemestra' without -n-, the others, on the contrary, the spelling 'Clytaemnestra' with -n-. The author proves that the latter spelling, vid. the one with -n-, is largely preferable.


Notas críticas a Ifigenia en Áulide
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Calderón Dorda, Esteban

The present work consists of several notes on the text of Euripides' Iphigeneia in Aulis (22, 77-78, 447-449, 521, 657, 665, 717, 749-750, 1017-1018, 1177-1179, 1185, 1207-1208, 1380-1382, 1443, 1494).


Eurípides y la música del drama ático: una revisión del Papiro del 'Orestes'
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Redondo Reyes, Pedro

In this paper I outline a revision of greek music development, with special regard to Euripides and the so called Orestes Papyrus . Next, I expound the musical problems of this papyrus and its relation to greek music theory. Finally, I try to look at a possible authorship for it.


Philological and interpretative problems in Greek Epigrams
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White, Heather

The author discusses and explains the text of several epigrams, namely A.P. 5.62, 7.459, 12.171, 6.329, 9.235, 7.645, 9.267, 9.25, 7.78, 7.440, 7.648, 5.163, 9.16, 6.282, 6.294, 6.296, 6.300, 7.410, 7.425, 7.651, 7.732, 7.733.


How did Virgil read Theocritus?
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Hatzikosta, Styliani

This paper will try to support the thesis that Virgil read in Theocritus' so-called bucolic poems the poet's renunciation of bucolic poetry as inviable expression of contemporary society. He agreed with it and expressed his agreement chiefly in the Eclogues , composed in a period of political turbulence and social unrest. The support of this thesis is based on the examination of characteristic passages of the two poets and of few other passages which, I believe, point to this direction; the examination focuses on the ways Virgil imitated and adapted his literary model.


Retórica, comedia, diálogo. La fusión de géneros en la literatura griega del s. II d.C.
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Mestre Roca, Francesca
Gómez Cardó, Pilar

Lucien de Samosate est sans doute un écrivain difficile à classer. Certains en font le roi du pastiche. Pour nous il s'agit, par contre, d'un écrivain lucide et intelligent qui cherche dans la tradition les éléments qui peuvent l'aider à comprendre le présent et à en faire une critique parfois féroce.


Sobre oratoria escrita
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López Eire, Antonio

Hellenistic and Later Greek Rhetoric differ from that of the Classical Period in several ways. Although the practice of declamation remained vigorous in the schools, a new kind of Oratory was born in Athens, in the IVth century B.C., that reflects the central position of Rhetoric in education. It was a written, moral and epideictic Oratory based on Isocratean principles. As is well known, this orator, Isocrates, opened a school, abandoned judicial speech, wrote speeches and insisted upon moral conciousness growing out of the process of rhetorical education and composition. This kind of scholar, moral and philanthropical rhetoric, with its written speeches, was continued later, as can be seen in several speeches of Aelius Aristides and Libanius.


Los Amores de Ovidio y el conjunto de su obra
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Albrecht, Michael von

In dieser Arbeit geht es um die Analyse des Werks Amores von Ovid aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven, aber vor allem als Schlüssel, um die dichterische Entwicklung des Ovids zu verstehen. In dieser zweiten Ausgabe -für uns die einzige- wird bereits das spätere Werk angekündigt: das Verlassen der Elegie und die Zuwendung zur Tragoedie und zum Epos.


Función adjetiva (atributo, predicado nominal y predicativo) y su coordinación
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Sánchez Martínez, Jesús

Throughout this article on the adjective function, our main goal lays on the fact of the wide range and frequent morphological variability of the function. The starting point will always be the coordinative test through which two coordinated members make the same syntactic function. Therefore taking into account the above mentioned morphological variability, we are able to study in deep not only the attribute (or pure adjetive function), but also the noun predicate (both adjective and verbal functions), the acting predicative (both adjective and noun functions) and lastly the circumstance predicative (both adjective and adverbial functions). In this way, we are able to acknowledge that the adjective function is not only made by the regular first player of the function, that is the adjective, but also by the participle, the pronominal adjective, the genitive, the dative, the ablative, the prepositional group, the adjectival noun (and infinitive), the adjectival adverb and the adjective and adjectival clauses, as coordination among them stated in most cases.


Juegos de palabras en Ruiz de Moros
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Ballester Gómez, Xaverio

Classical Latin literature had a long tradition of puns, mainly due to the fact that Latin language showed great predisposition towards puns. The Romans themselves were very fond of them, indeed. Likewise, puns stand out as a very important feature in the Latin poetry of Ruiz de Moros, a Renaissance Spanish author, who would make jokes playing with the sounds and meanings of vernacular words as well. There are so many and so different puns in the Ruiz de Moros poetry that one could feel inclined to make a generalization or a typological study of this funny kind of literary "ornatus".


Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla y Agustín Moreto. Dos ejemplos de tratamiento de la mitología
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Estefanía Álvarez, María del Dulce Nombre

The aim of this paper is to study the treatment of the mythological topic of Progne and Filomela in the works of two Spanish playwrights, Rojas Zorrilla’s Progne y Filomela and Agustín Moreto’s El desdén con el desdén .


La figura de Ifigenia en la tragedia de Agamenón. De la literatura griega a la dramaturgia española contemporánea
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Paco Serrano, Diana de

The study reviews the works of classical literature which refer to Iphigeneia, the sacrificed daughter of Agamemnon, with an aim to analysing the function performed by her presence or absence in the collective story of the tragedy of the Atrides after the Trojan War. Iphigeneia comes to be presented her as a symbol of sacrifice in the allusions of other characters, but on occasion she is also made into the principal motive for Clytemnestra's murder of Agamemnon. In Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides as well as in Seneca and certain versions in the later tradition, the virgin's sacrifice is given a social and individual dimension, depending on the particular perspective of the author alluding to her story. After reviewing these works, the study presents several examples of the figure of Iphigeneia recreated from classical patterns in contemporary Spanish theatre, and considers the significance of her appearance or omission in modern dramatic texts.


Los epítetos βρυχαλέος y βρυχάλειος
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Giangrande, Giuseppe


Notes on Hipponax
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White, Heather


Calímaco y el dios cirenaico Πελλάνιος
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Giangrande, Giuseppe


Notes on Callimachus' hymn to Delos
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White, Heather


Adonis en Teócrito, XV
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Ruiz de Elvira Prieto, Antonio


Accomodation addresses in Asclepiades
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White, Heather


Notes on the text of Dionysius Periegetes
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White, Heather


'Inveni portum, spes et fortuna valete'
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Ruiz de Elvira Prieto, Antonio


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