Author: Kai Brodersen
Publisher: Verlag Antike
ISBN: 3938032391
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English summary: Polyaenus is the author of a Greek collection of some 900 stratagems by men and women, dedicated to the Roman emperors Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus. The seven original essays in this volume - four of them in English - the author and his work are studied and and interpreted in the context of the Second Sophistic. With contributions by Elisabetta Bianco (Torino), Kai Brodersen (Erfurt), Klaus Geus (Berlin), James Morton (Kingston ON), Maria Pretzler (Swansea), Veit Rosenberger (Erfurt), Everett L. Wheeler (Durham NC). Polyainos verfaate im 2. Jh. n.Chr. eine Sammlung von etwa 900 "Strategemen" von Mannern und Frauen in griechischer Sprache, die den romischen Kaisern Marcus Aurelius und Lucius Verus gewidmet ist. In sieben hier erstmals publizierten Studien werden der Autor und sein Werk im Kontext der Zweiten Sophistik neu erschlossen und interpretiert. Beitrage von / Contributions by Elisabetta Bianco (Torino), Kai Brodersen (Erfurt), Klaus Geus (Berlin), James Morton (Kingston ON), Maria Pretzler (Swansea), Veit Rosenberger (Erfurt), Everett L. Wheeler (Durham NC).

My Collection Of Articles About Alexander The Great And Octavio Augusto Relating To The Stay Of The First Emperor Roman In Altamira And The Finding Of Various Personal Objects Of The King Of Kings In Different Caverns Of Santander Region

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This book includes a complete demonstration -scientific, artistic, historical and mythological- about the Roman authorship of the polycromes in Altamira Cave, also includes the news of the discovery in Spain of the belt and a horn of the Alexander The Great Helmet.

Medieval Hispanic Studies In Memory Of Alan Deyermond

Author: Andrew M. Beresford
Publisher: Tamesis Books
ISBN: 1855662507
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The essays in this volume cover lyric, hagiography, clerical verse narrative, frontier balladry, historical and codicological studies, and include the draft of an unpublished essay found amongst Professor Deyermond's papers.

Stages Of Desire

Author: Michael Kidd
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 0271040580
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Within the rich tradition of Spanish theater lies an unexplored dimension reflecting themes from classical mythology. Through close readings of selected plays from early modern and twentieth-century Spanish literature with plots or characters derived from the Greco-Roman tradition, Michael Kidd shows that the concept of desire plays a pivotal role in adapting myth to the stage in each of several historical periods. In Stages of Desire, Kidd offers a new way of looking at the theater in Spain. Reviewing the work of playwrights from Juan del Encina to Luis Riaza, he suggests that desire constitutes a central element in a large number of Greco-Roman myths and shows how dramatists have exploited this to resituate ancient narratives within their own artistic and ideological horizons. Among the works he analyzes are Timoneda's Tragicomedia llamada Filomena, Castro's Dido y Eneas, and Unamuno's Fedra. Kidd explores how seventeenth-century playwrights were constrained by the conventions of the newly formed national theater, and how in the twentieth century mythological desire was exploited by playwrights engaged in upsetting the melodramatic conventions of the entrenched bourgeois theater. He also examines the role of desire both in the demythification of prominent classical heroes during the Franco regime and in the cultural critique of institutionalized discrimination in the current democratic period. Stages of Desire is an original and broad-ranging study that highlights both change and continuity in Spanish theater. By elegantly combining theory, literary history, and close textual analysis, Kidd demonstrates both the resilience of Greco-Roman myths and the continuing vitality of the Spanish stage.