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G. Cupaiuolo (éd.), Bollettino di studi latini 46, 2016, fasc. II

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Giovanni Cupaiuolo (dir.), Bollettino di studi latini 46, 2016, fasc. II, Napoli, 2016.

Éditeur : Paolo Loffredo Iniziative editoriali srl, iniziativeditoriali[at]libero.it
521 pages
ISSN : 0006-6583
Abbonamento due fascicoli: € 72.00 per l'Italia, € 90.00 per l'estero

BOLLETTINO DI STUDI LATINI
Periodico semestrale d'informazione bibliografica
fondato da Fabio Cupaiuolo

Comitato direttivo: G. ARICÒ, M. ARMISEN-MARCHETTI, G. CUPAIUOLO, P. FEDELI, A. GHISELLI, G. POLARA, K. SMOLAK, R. TABACCO, V. VIPARELLI
Redazione: A. BORGO, S. CONDORELLI, F. FICCA
Direttore responsabile: G. CUPAIUOLO; Condirettore: V. VIPARELLI
Anno XLVI - fascicolo II – Luglio - Dicembre 2016

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M. Onorato, Il castone e la gemma. Sulla tecnica poetica di Sidonio Apollinare.

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M. Onorato, Il castone e la gemma. Sulla tecnica poetica di Sidonio Apollinare , Napoli, 2016.

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Collection : Studi latini, Collana diretta da Giovanni Cupaiuolo e Valeria Viparelli, vol. n. 89
534 pages
ISBN : 9 788899 306434
€ 36,80

Nei carmi di Sidonio Apollinare il manierismo tardoantico conosce una declinazione tanto esasperata quanto suggestiva: temi, topoi e rêveries lessicali di una prestigiosa tradizione letteraria vengono infatti incastonati in un organismo poetico frammentato ma non disarticolato, proteso alla spasmodica cura dei più minuti dettagli eppure sorretto da un disegno complessivo straordinariamente lucido e calibrato. Il presente volume si propone di indagare questa sofisticata architettura testuale sidoniana, lumeggiandone la proficua interazione sia con il regime di capillare variatio che sovrintende alle singole sezioni dei componimenti e al loro rapporto reciproco, sia con le molteplici dinamiche di inventio e dispositio lessicale in cui si sostanzia un preziosismo linguistico alimentato da un attento studio della dizione e della tecnica versificatoria degli auctores.

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Ph. Mitsis et I. Ziogas, Wordplay and powerplay in Latin poetry

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Phillip Mitsis et Ioannis Ziogas (éd.), Wordplay and powerplay in Latin poetry, Berlin-Boston, 2016.

Éditeur : De Gruyter
Collection : Trends in Classics
vi, 452 pages
ISBN : 9783110472523
168 $

The political allegiances of major Roman poets have been notoriously difficult to pin down, in part because they often shift the onus of political interpretation from themselves to their readers. By the same token, it is often difficult to assess their authorial powerplays in the etymologies, puns, anagrams, telestichs, and acronyms that feature prominently in their poetry. It is the premise of this volume that the contexts of composition, performance, and reception play a critical role in constructing poetic voices as either politically favorable or dissenting, and however much the individual scholars in this volume disagree among themselves, their readings try to do justice collectively to poetry's power to shape political realities. The book is aimed not only at scholars of Roman poetry, politics, and philosophy, but also at those working in later literary and political traditions influenced by Rome's greatest poets.

 

Source : De Gruyter

 

R. Duncan-Jones, Power and privilege in Roman society

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Richard Duncan-Jones, Power and privilege in Roman society, Cambridge-New York, 2016.

Éditeur : Cambridge University Press
xii, 229 pages
ISBN : 9781107149793
64,99 £

 

How far were appointments in the Roman Empire based on merit? Did experience matter? What difference did social rank make? This innovative study of the Principate examines the career outcomes of senators and knights by social category. Contrasting patterns emerge from a new database of senatorial careers. Although the highest appointments could reflect experience, a clear preference for the more aristocratic senators is also seen. Bias is visible even in the major army commands and in the most senior civilian posts nominally filled by ballot. In equestrian appointments, successes by the less experienced again suggest the power of social advantage. Senatorial recruitment gradually opened up to include many provincials but Italians still kept their hold on the higher social groupings. The book also considers the senatorial career more widely, while a final section examines slave careers and the phenomenon of voluntary slavery.

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A. Chiu, Ovid's women of the year: narratives of Roman identity in the Fasti

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Angeline Chiu, Ovid's women of the year: narratives of Roman identity in the Fasti, Ann Arbor, 2016.

Éditeur : University of Michigan Press
ix, 209 pages
ISBN : 9780472130047
70 $

Roman love-poet Ovid, best known for the epic Metamorphoses, offers in his Fasti the self-proclaimed goal of exploring and explicating the Roman calendar. Published in his maturity circa 14 CE, the Fasti presents claims of aetiological, astronomical, and even antiquarian interests, but more importantly the poem highlights an extraordinary prominence of female characters at work, play, and worship in its verses. From flirtatious goddesses to talkative old women, beautiful puellae to stern prophetesses and beyond, Ovid's “calendar girls” appear in a vast and kaleidoscopic array of guises and narratives, importing and transforming literary genre and expectation alike in a poem that already in shape and purpose is unique in Latin literature. The poet's long-standing fascination with female figures that had first appeared in his earliest work and then accompanied him throughout his career now resurfaces in a much more complex form.

Of interest to literary scholars, antiquarians, and those studying the social and political roles of ancient women, Ovid's Women of the Year offers an intriguing view of an Ovidian poem now coming into its own.

 

Source : University of Michigan Press

 

M.-L. Chaieb (éd.), Les Pères de l'Église à l'écoute du Peuple de Dieu

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Marie-Laure Chaieb (éd.), Les Pères de l'Église à l'écoute du Peuple de Dieu, La Rochelle, 2016.

Éditeur : CaritasPatrum
Collection : Colloques de La Rochelle
328 pages
ISBN : 979-10-95732-00-6
32 €

"Sensus Fidelium" et discours autorisés dans l'Antiquité tardive Tout au long de l'antiquité chrétienne et tardive, on rencontre sous des formes variées sinon l'expression, du moins l'idée du sensus fidelium, ce sens aiguisé qui agit au sein de la communauté comme un flair, un instinct pour repérer l'authenticité de la foi. Dans un mouvement d'adhésion plein et entier à la « Tradition qui vient des apôtres », le "sensus fidelium" peut d'abord jouer un rôle de conservation et de préservation. Mais les circonstances ne manquent pas pour lesquelles le "sensus fidelium" joue également un rôle de discernement : au sujet du contenu de la foi mise en question, et de sa transmission dans son intégrité. En outre, le souci de rechercher des voies toujours nouvelles d'actualisation et d'inculturation peut manifester aussi un "sensus fidelium" soucieux d'entrer en dialogue avec le monde contemporain.

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J. N. Adams, An Anthology of Informal Latin, 200 BC–AD 900

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James Noel Adams, An Anthology of Informal Latin, 200 BC–AD 900. Fifty Texts with Translations and Linguistic Commentary, Cambridge-New York, 2016.

Éditeur : Cambridge University Press
728 pages
ISBN : 9781107039773
120 £

This book contains over fifty passages of Latin from 200 BC to AD 900, each with translation and linguistic commentary. It is not intended as an elementary reader (though suitable for university courses), but as an illustrative history of Latin covering more than a millennium, with almost every century represented. Conventional histories cite constructions out of context, whereas this work gives a sense of the period, genre, stylistic aims and idiosyncrasies of specific passages. 'Informal' texts, particularly if they portray talk, reflect linguistic variety and change better than texts adhering to classicising norms. Some of the texts are recent discoveries or little known. Writing tablets are well represented, as are literary and technical texts down to the early medieval period, when striking changes appear. The commentaries identify innovations, discontinuities and phenomena of long duration. Readers will learn much about the diversity and development of Latin.

 

Source : Cambridge University Press

 


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