06. Incontri triestini di filologia classica (2006-2007)

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Presentazione

Per Laura Casarsa. Studi filologici e letterari. Atti della giornata di studio

Gianfranco Agosti

Cultura greca negli epigrammi epigrafici di età tardoantica

Marco Fernandelli

Fortuna delle eroine d’un tempo. Da Omero a Villon

Giuliana Crevatin

Nicola Trevet, Landolfo Colonna, Francesco Petrarca

Francesco Stella

Spazio geografico e spazio poetico nel Petrarca latino: Europa e Italia dall’Itinerarium alle Epistole metriche

Lucio Cristante

Due schede su Marco Antonio Amalteo (1475-1558)

Donatella Coppini

Cosimo togatus. Cosimo dei Medici nella poesia latina del Quattrocento

Barbara Zlobec del Vecchio

Talia diuino dum fundit Sontius ore. Nota in margine a un carme di Francesco Robortello

Rienzo Pellegrini

Classici latini e greci in redazione friulana. Esempi e sondaggi

Franco Serpa

Senex Corycius di Pascoli

Incontri triestini di filologia classica. 2006-2007

Philippe Mudry

L’énigme de la 3e satire de Juvenal

Anna Pontani

Ancora su Pallada, AP IX 528, ovvero il bilinguismo alla prova

Simonetta Randino

La piena e perfetta imitazione

Rita Lucarelli

Per una lettura della cultura funeraria dell’Egitto greco-romano: la tradizione dei papiri del Libro dei Morti

Alberto Camerotto

Come diventare un eroe. Le virtù e le imprese di Trygaios Athmoneus

Fabio Vendruscolo

Codici dell’Argiropulo tra gli Utinenses Graeci

Mario De Nonno

Due casi di allusività ciceroniana

Manuela Bergamin

Eucherio di Lione e la poesia epigrammatica. Materiali per un’indagine

Ileana Chirassi Colombo

Alexandria, Alexandros. Un progetto sognato

Indice dei nomi antichi, medievali, bizantini, rinascimentali, moderni, dei poeti,

degli scrittori, delle opere anonime e degli artisti

Indice degli studiosi citati

Details

Il volume n. 6 contiene anche gli Atti della giornata di studio in onore di Laura Casarsa (Trieste, 19 gennaio 2007) a cura di Lucio Cristante e Ireneo Filip.

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    Alexandria, Alexandros. Un progetto sognato
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    The project of Alexander was to unite the world under the law of Greek arete presented as political virtue. Alexandria became instead the starting point of a symbolic system globalizing deeply different, based on the obedience to a law that drew its authority not from human nous and material physis, but from the 'word' writed by an extra-human Being without rivals, the one and only God.
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    Among the Formulae spiritalis intelligentiae of Eucherio from Lyon and the Aenigmata Symposii, a collection of epigrams of at least half a century later, belonging to the so-called Anthologia Latina, there are significant coincidences in the series of images; moreover, both texts have in common a tendency towards iteration of themes whose inner organization is catalogue-like; some allegorical interpretations are shared too.
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