Literature, Art, History: Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition: In Honour of W. J. Henderson

Literature, Art, History: Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition: In Honour of W. J. Henderson

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ISBN-13: 9783631368374
Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Publication date: 05/20/2003
Pages: 355
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

The Editors: A. F. Basson currently holds a visiting adjunct position in the Department of Classics at the University at Buffalo (State University of New York) and was previously Senior Lecturer in the Department of Greek and Latin Studies at the Rand Afrikaans University in Johannesburg, South Africa. In 1996-97 he was Visiting Associate Professor of Classics at Calvin College in Michigan, USA. He has published numerous articles on late antiquity and early Christianity.
W. J. Dominik is Professor and Chair of Classics at the University of Otago. He is the author and editor of several books and numerous other publications on such topics as Statius, Flavian Rome, Roman rhetoric and Roman verse satire; he is also the founding editor of the journal Scholia. He has taught widely in Classics and the Humanities as a faculty member or visiting scholar at the University of Natal, Texas Tech University, the University of Leeds, Monash University and the University of Cambridge.

Table of Contents

Contents: David Konstan: Lucretian Friendship – Stephen Harrison: Meta-Imagery: Some Self-Reflexive Similes in Latin Epic – Karl Galinsky: Horace’s Cleopatra and Virgil’s Dido – Paul Murgatroyd: Space and Movement Through Space at Virgil, Georgics 4.317-558 – Gregor Maurach: Zu einigen Buchenden bei Horaz – Kathleen Coleman: Apollo’s Speech Before the Battle of Actium: Propertius 4.6.37-54 – Michael Lambert: Tibullus 1.7: A Question of Tact? – Anne Gosling: Rewriting Virgil: Ovid’s Mezentius (Fasti 4.877-900) – Beatrice Martin: Calpurnius Siculus: The Ultimate Imperial ‘Toady’? – William J. Dominik: Following in Whose Footsteps? The Epilogue to Statius’ Thebaid – Elaine Fantham: Chiron: The Best of Teachers – Peter Tennant: Queering the Patron’s Pitch: The Real Satirical Target of Juvenal’s Ninth Satire – André Basson: Felix, The Ascetic Hero in Paulinus of Nola’s Carmen 15 – Betine van Zyl Smit: A Christian Medea in Vandal Africa? Some Aspects of the Medea of Blossius Aemilius Dracontius – Italo Ronca: A Critical Note on the Prose Salernitan Questions – Steven Farron: Attitudes to Military Archery in the Iliad – Richard Whitaker: The Reception of the Trojan War in the Odyssey – Douglas E. Gerber: Mimnermus, Fragment 1.3 W. – P. J. Conradie: Recent Criticism and Hegel’s Interpretation of Sophocles’ Antigone – Bruno Gentili/Liana Lomiento: Corinna, Le Asopidi (PMG 654 Col. 3.12-51) – Geoffrey Arnott: Peripatetic Eagles: A New Look at Aristotle, Historia Animalium 8(9).32, 618b18-619a14 – John Hilton: Heliodorus the Poet – Anne Mackay: Feasts of Images – John R. Hale: Salpinx and Salpinktes: Trumpet and Trumpeter in Ancient Greece – Louise Cilliers: Graeco-Roman Views on the Aetiology of Disease – Barry Baldwin: Keep the Kings, Shake the Salt, Coals to Scipio: A Methodological Auto-da-fé – Richard Evans: Gaius Marius and the Consular Elections for 106 BC – Barbara Levick: Augustan Imperialism and the Year 19 BC – Denis Saddington: Paideia, Politeia and Hegemonia: A Route of Social Advancement in the Early Roman Empire – Hagith Sivan: Politics of Death in Late Antiquity: An Aquitanian Perspective.

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