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AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18 digital
formato: Fascicolo digitale
Anno: 2018
Fascicolo annuale del 2018
Epich. fr. 98, 9 K.-A. (Ὀδυσσεὺς αὐτόμολος) digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
This paper attempts to fill the lacuna at POxy. 2429 fr. 1 (a) col. i, 9 s. = Epich. fr. 98, 9 s. (Odysseus automolos).
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Stat. silv. II 5: il leone gladiatore digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
This article aims to develop some considerations about the role of natura and ars in Stat. silv. II 5 through the analysis of some gladiatorial traits of the leo mansuetus.
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La normalità del paradosso: trasformazioni del racconto di guerra da Ovidio all’epica flavia digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
The irregular character of Ovid’s battle scenes in the Metamorphoses is mirrored by their unconventional, idiosyncratic narrative technique, tracing back to their remote antiquity. In their attempt to ‘reconstruct’ ancient pre-homeric battles – thus providing an actual ‘ex post’ background to Iliad and Aeneid – the Flavian epicists capitalize on Ovid’s lesson, in that they actually give Ovidian audacious innovations a license of epic ‘regularity’...
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Effetti ovidiani nella scrittura di Stazio digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
Starting from the mention of Naso in Silvae 1, 2, some Ovidian effects in Statius’ writing are analysed, with examples from the Thebaid and the Silvae; attention is given to textual and linguistic markers of allusion, irony, and self-reflexivity.
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I tanti Ovidii di Marziale: una rilettura imperiale e una questione di metodo digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
Martial connects from many points of view to Ovid’s poetry. The first part of this paper takes into consideration the representation of city crowd and of the ceremony of triumph in the two authors. The second part analyzes the presence of the exile elegy especially in the twelfth book of epigrams. The paper remarks the importance of reading the intertextuality with Ovid not as an isolated dialogue but in interaction with other texts, first of all with Horace’s sermo...
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Indossare la pelle di un vecchio amante. Tracce di Ovidio elegiaco nelle Metamorfosi di Apuleio digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
This article seeks to establish a theoretical basis for the study of the reception of Ovidian love elegy in Apuleius, by reviewing the history of the early reception of Augustan elegy and the studies on that history and specifically the reception of Ovid’s elegy in Roman novels, and develops upon that basis an intertextual connection between Apuleius’s Metamorphoses, Book 9, and an erotic episode from Ovid’s Fasti, Book 2...
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‘Hail wedded love!’ Embracing the conjugal in Ovid digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
Ovid the poet of irregular love, is also the poet who celebrates married love. His wife appears in both the Amores and the exile poetry, and the Metamorphoses contains a number of major episodes on the theme of marriage and conjugal love...
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La poetica dei quattro elementi da Ovidio a Giovanni Pontano digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
The study aims to show the fertility of the Ovidian representation of the phenomena of nature through the study of poetic works of the Renaissance. Ovid develops a specific poetics to represent the generative process in all its extension, combining the primordial elements and the language of the myth...
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The Fasti Sacri of Ambrogio Novidio Fracco and the discordant Muses of Ovid digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
This paper analyzes the intertextuality between the competition among the Muses over the aetiology of April in the Sacri Fasti of the Renaissance Latin poet Ambrogio Novidio Fracco and on the one hand Ovid’s similar scene at the start of Book 5 of his Fasti and on the other the poet’s spirited defense of Venus against an alternative aition in Fasti 4...
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Come Orazio a Tivoli, ma senza pensieri (Stazio, silv. I 3) digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
Anno: 2018
In silv. I 3, in order to describe the villa of Manilius Vopiscus at Tibur, Statius makes use of a particular compositional technique, typical of the Silvae, by pressing to the fore and developing certain themes and recurrent motifs through repetitions with variations. A preeminent function of these repetitions is to evoke Horatian memories that become ever clearer as the poem progresses...
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