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Gruppo di famiglia in un interno. L’assassinio di Agamennone nel cratere del Pittore della Dokimasia digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
This study discusses the mode of the murder of Agamemnon, involved in the mortifera vestis, and also the murder’s place and their meaning emerging from the entire context. The analysis of image and the semantic reconstruction take into account the Athenian context of production, the function of the vase and the potential recipients...
€ 6,00
Per una riconsiderazione di Ov. Met. III 141-142: uno, nessuno e centomila Atteone digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
The narration of the episode of Actaeon in Ovid’s Metamorphoses is introduced by two verses (Met. III 141-142), in which – strangely enough for the Ovidian style in the poem – the narrative voice gives a judgement about the punishment inflicted by Diana on the innocent Actaeon...
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Classicista malgré soi? Sugli scritti greci di Simone Weil digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
The interpretation Simone Weil gives to Greek authors is marked by an unprecedented originality, can’t be cast into any cultural mould, and can’t be traced back to any foregoing author, excepted perhaps some of the Greek Church Fathers...
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Apollodoro di Atene e la dottrina aristarchea: l’armatura degli eroi omerici e l’uso dei τρόποι. Una rilettura di P.Oxy. 2260 col. I (Περὶ θεῶν) digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
In P.Oxy. 2260, col. I (from Apollodorus’ treatise About the Gods, 2nd c. BCE) Athena’s epithet δολιχάορος is rejected, since a correct etymology of it is inconsistent with the iconography of the goddess. A new reading of the papyrus offers a more correct analysis of this very passage. The comment aims also to show how much Apollodorus ows to his teacher Aristarchus, from the antiquarian point of view (the armour of the Homeric heroes) as well as from the rhetorical one (which is confirmed by many Aristonicean scholia). Significantly, P.Oxy. 2260 attests the use of the term τρόπος in a rhetorical sense, thereby predating the hitherto first known occurrences of it (Philodemus and Cicero). The Hellenistic debate on the poetic term ἄορ (Philetas; Callimachus) is also reconstructed, as well as the ancient interpretations of Apollo’s epithet χρυσάορος. Finally, some reflections on the categories used by Apollodorus in interpreting the divine epithets...
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Il fr. 34 B. delle Menippee di Varrone: una dimostrazione dell’inesistenza della provvidenza divina? digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
Fr. 34 B., that belongs to Varro’s Menippean satire Andabatae, presents important exegetical problems, because of its small dimensions and its obscure content. The mention of the divinities Zeus and Athena, as well as the mention of the mystagogi, ‘initiators’, allow us to refer the fragment to the religious sphere...
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Propositio e divisio: due termini della teoria retorica latina nelle Interpretationes Vergilianae di Ti.Cl. Donato digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
The article aims at explaining the meaning of propositio and divisio in the Interpretationes Vergilianae of Ti.Cl. Donatus. The first part investigates into the definitions of the these technical terms in the rhetorical literature of the classical period and of Late Antiquity, particularly in Cicero’s and Quintilian’s works...
€ 6,00
AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15 digital
formato: Fascicolo digitale
Anno: 2015
Fascicolo annuale del 2015
Mortifera vestis. Tracce di una tradizione antica sulla morte di Agamemnon digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
This article aims at showing that on the Boston krater (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 63. 1246) Agamemnon was portrayed wearing a finely decorated dress (rather than being trapped in the net described in the Aeschylean trilogy, as it is generally assumed)...
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Ancora sulle morti di Agamennone (e di Egisto) digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
The study examines some Etruscan urns, one Apulian oinochoe and a Roman sarcophagus illustrating a peculiar account of Agamemnon’s and Aigisthos’ murder. Subsequently, the difficult issue of identifying some of the characters represented therein is considered, also relying on the comparison with the fragments of Pacuvius’ Dulorestes...
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Sull’Agamennone senecano digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2015 - 15
Anno: 2015
The article discusses the final part of Seneca’s Agamemnon and, through a critical review of the study of Isabella Nova, attempts to clarify Seneca’s contribution to the topic of the killing of Agamemnon. In fact, Nova did not discuss the text of the Latin author, even though the words she uses as a title are a quotation from Seneca...
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AEVUM ANTIQUUM. Abbonamento annuale 2017. Privati Italia carta + web digital
formato: Abbonamento cartaceo + digitale | editore: Vita e Pensiero | anno: 2017
Anno: 2017
Abbonamento annuale alla rivista AEVUM ANTIQUUM.
€ 48,00
Due epiteti pindarici di Zeus: ἐλασιβρόντας (FR. 144), ἐλατὴρ βροντᾶς (Ol. IV 1) digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2014 - 14
Anno: 2014
This paper argues that ἐλασιβρόντας, a Pindaric epithet of Zeus, has to be interpreted as ‘guiding the thunder’. The examination of Greek phraseological material points out that a horse-riding metaphor may underlie the compound...
€ 6,00

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