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Vita e Pensiero

Il gesto nello spazio. Schemata di attori comici nei teatri di Roma digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2017 - 17
Anno: 2017
The actor’s gesture, linked to the theatrical word, is also connected to the space where it is visible: the theatre.
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Notizie da Nestore in Ovidio, Heroides I 25-38 digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2017 - 17
Anno: 2017
While it is well known that Ovid’s Penelope repeatedly gives a distorted account of the ‘facts’ of the Odyssey, and of the Iliad as well, it has gone unnoticed her manipulation of the information she received from Nestor, through Telemachus, about the returns of the Greek leaders: in her account, the ‘Argolic leaders’ return home amongst festive sacrifices, and are welcomed by their spouses, who hang upon their lips and, during banquets, hear their stories about the Trojan war.
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Suggestioni callimachee in Pascoli: l’aedo e il mare digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2017 - 17
Anno: 2017
Only few fragments of the prologue of Callimachus’ Aetia were known to Giovanni Pascoli, who, moreover, ignored their original context.
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Elogio con variazione. Improvvisazione e tecnica compositiva nelle Silvae di Stazio digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2017 - 17
Anno: 2017
In the prefaces to the individual books of the Silvae, Statius asks to be forgiven for the boldness of his compositions, which he claims to have been written in one go and very quickly.
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Sugli epica adespota dei Collectanea Alexandrina digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2017 - 17
Anno: 2017
Critical re-edition with notes of some of the epic adespota fragments collected in the Collectanea Alexandrina by J.U. Powell, with particular regard to the verification of their status of poetic fragments.
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Polifemo tra letteratura e iconografia: Luc. Dmar. 1 e 2 digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2017 - 17
Anno: 2017
This paper analyses Lucian’s Dialogues of the Sea Gods 1 and 2 – both of them dealing with the myth of Polyphemus – under a double perspective: intertextual and intervisual.
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Dal Laurio a Drepane. L’Attica nelle Argonautiche di Apollonio digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2017 - 17
Anno: 2017
This paper focuses on the choice and the use of some place-names in a section of Apollonius’ Argonautica book IV (ll. 323-1169).
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Uno scherzo per i Saturnali: due problemi testuali in Stazio, Silvae IV 9 digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2017 - 17
Anno: 2017
Two textual problems in Statius, Silvae IV 9 are examined in the following paper. At l. 30, the transmitted and meaningless tantum may be corrected into matrum, so to restore the phrase ova matrum (= hens’ eggs), also attested in Martial. Al l. 48, it is suggested to adopt a different punctuation and correct quid si into quidni.
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AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2016 - 16 digital
formato: Fascicolo digitale
Anno: 2016
fascicolo annuale del 2016
Ovidio a scuola. Rileggendo Seneca il Vecchio, Controversiae II 2, 8-12 digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2016 - 16
Anno: 2016
The aim of this paper is to offer a re-reading of the portrait of the young Ovid as a student of rhetoric and declaimer sketched out by Seneca the Elder (contr. II 2, 8-12). A thorough analysis of the informations provided by Seneca may allow a more precise understanding of Ovid’s rhetorical training and a better-grounded evaluation of its significance for Ovid’s later poetic career.
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Ovidio su sé stesso: autobiografia e carriera poetica in Tristia IV 10 e altrove digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2016 - 16
Anno: 2016
In his autobiographical poem, Tristia IV 10, Ovid reviews his poetic career from the perspective of his exile. Quite strangely, however, he makes no reference at all to his major works, the Medea, the Fasti, and the Metamorphoses (only recalled through allusion at line 129). He presents himself as tenerorum lusor Amorum (echoing both his ‘epitaph’, trist. III 3, 73, and am. III 15, 1), and keeps making reference both explicitly and through allusions only to his amatory works...
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