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    La poesia nel tempo della vendemmia: Ennodio, carm. II 67 = 188 V
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Mondin, Luca
    Behind the playfulness and the self-irony, Ennod. carm. II 67 = 188 V. is a complex metaliterary epigram, in which the future bishop of Pavia represents himself as writing poems in the backyard of his villa during grape harvesting. A detailed commentary and an analysis of the ideological elements scattered in the five elegiac couplets show that the text is a self-portrait of Ennodius in the attitude of a heathen poet, and that it was perhaps intended as a closure poem for his own collection of secular poetry . 
      696  1050
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    La sezione sulla geometria del frammento pseudocensoriniano
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Cristante, Lucio
    The geometry section (chapters 5-8) of the so-called Fragmentum Censorini (date of composition unknown) is a faithful translation of the definitions (ὅροι), of the postulates (αἰτήματα) and of the common notions (κοιναὶ ἔννοιαι) of Book I of the Elements written by the Greek mathematician Euclid (IV-III B.C.). Within the Latin tradition, numerous translations, spanning several centuries (from the 1st to the 6th ) and directly or indirectly connected to Euclid, do survive. This contribution is a critical edition of the Fragmentum; it also includes an essay where the connections which can be established with the tradition of Euclides Latinus are scrutinized and assessed. 
      669  889
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    Nota sulla tradizione dei carmina di Girolamo Amalteo 
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Venier, Matteo
    The contribution examines some manuscripts and printed editions that transmit carmina of the neo-Latin poet Jerome Amalteo (s. XVI): these witnesses are independent of each other. Between them, the manuscript Marc. Lat. XII 250 (11878) has special significance: it transmits an autograph anthology of poems still unpublished. Jerome’s carmina are characterized by considerable variants that are the result of a revision of the text made by the author himself. 
      748  503
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    Tracce di Ausonio nelle lettere di Sidonio Apollinare (appunti di lettura)
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Furbetta, Luciana
    In this paper we try to outline the presence of the Ausonian model and the modalities of his inclusion within the narrative and poetry plot of Sidonian texts; the attention is focused especially on Sidonius’ letters. In the first part is proposed an overview about Ausonian echoes starting from Sidon. epist. I,2; I,9. Conversely in the second part we propose a detailed study on the complexity of inclusion and a further use of the model focusing especially on Sidon. epist. II,2; VIII,12 and IX,13.
      549  1149
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    Il filosofo, il poeta e il filosofo-poeta nel primo libro di Lucrezio
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Mastandrea, Paolo
    Some very small, but incontestable verbal elements, inextricably link together three passages from De rerum natura first book: the well known eulogy of Epicurus (at lines 62- 77), the cautious tribute to Ennius (at 112-126), the self representation of the poet (at 921-934). The common role of protoi heuretai shows that Lucretius feels that he himself is walking in the footsteps of these two great precursors. 
      663  905