Priapeos Grafitos Amatorios Pompeyanos La Velada De La Fiesta De Venus Reposiano El Concubito De Marte Y Venus Ausonio Centon Nupcial Biblioteca Clasica Gredos Book PDF, EPUB Download & Read Online Free

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De los orígenes a la divinización de la lírica de Garcilaso, con un estudio del centón poético "a lo divino" de Juan de Andosilla
Author: Francisco-Javier Sánchez Martínez
Publisher: F.J. Sanchez Martinez
ISBN: 8492077204
Pages: 545
Year: 1996
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Historia y crítica de la poesía lírica culta "a lo divino" en la España del Siglo de Oro
Author: Francisco-Javier Sánchez Martínez
Publisher: F.J. Sanchez Martinez
Pages: 442
Year: 1995
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Fichero bibliográfico hispanoamericano
Year: 1980
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Fasti Archaeologici
Year: 1983
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Annual bulletin of classical archaeology.
The Emotions of the Ancient Greeks
Author: David Konstan
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442691182
Pages: 428
Year: 2007-12-22
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It is generally assumed that whatever else has changed about the human condition since the dawn of civilization, basic human emotions - love, fear, anger, envy, shame - have remained constant. David Konstan, however, argues that the emotions of the ancient Greeks were in some significant respects different from our own, and that recognizing these differences is important to understanding ancient Greek literature and culture. With The Emotions of the Ancient Greeks, Konstan reexamines the traditional assumption that the Greek terms designating the emotions correspond more or less to those of today. Beneath the similarities, there are striking discrepancies. References to Greek 'anger' or 'love' or 'envy,' for example, commonly neglect the fact that the Greeks themselves did not use these terms, but rather words in their own language, such as orgê and philia and phthonos, which do not translate neatly into our modern emotional vocabulary. Konstan argues that classical representations and analyses of the emotions correspond to a world of intense competition for status, and focused on the attitudes, motives, and actions of others rather than on chance or natural events as the elicitors of emotion. Konstan makes use of Greek emotional concepts to interpret various works of classical literature, including epic, drama, history, and oratory. Moreover, he illustrates how the Greeks' conception of emotions has something to tell us about our own views, whether about the nature of particular emotions or of the category of emotion itself.
Minor Latin Poets
Author: Aetna, Avianus, Titus Calpurnius Siculus, Lucius Annaeus Florus, Grattius (Faliscus), Hadrian (Emperor of Rome), Laus Pisonis, Marcus Aurelius Olympius Nemesianus, Phoenix, Publilius (Syrus), Reposianus, Claudius Rutilius Namatianus, Tiberianus
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Works such as those of the mime-writer Publilius Syrus, who flourished c. 45 BCE, and Rutilius Namatianus, who gave a graphic account of his voyage from Rome to Gaul in 416 CE, represent the wide variety of theme that lends interest to Latin poetry produced during a period of four and a half centuries. This two-volume anthology of Latin poetry covers a period of four and a half centuries, beginning with the work of the mime-writer Publilius Syrus, who flourished ca. 45 BCE, and ending with the graphic and charming poem of Rutilius Namatianus recording a sea voyage from Rome to Gaul in 416 CE. A wide variety of theme gives interest to the poems: hunting in a poem of Grattius; an inquiry into the causes of volcanic activity by the author of Aetna; pastoral poems by Calpurnius Siculus and by Nemesianus; fables by Avianus; a collection of Dicta, moral sayings, as if by the elder Cato; eulogy in Laus Pisonis; and the legend of the Phoenix, a poem of the fourth century. Other poets complete the edition.
Sexuality in Greek and Roman Culture
Author: Marilyn B. Skinner
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111861108X
Pages: 464
Year: 2013-07-23
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This agenda-setting text has been fully revised in its second edition, with coverage extended into the Christian era. It remains the most comprehensive and engaging introduction to the sexual cultures of ancient Greece and Rome. Covers a wide range of subjects, including Greek pederasty and the symposium, ancient prostitution, representations of women in Greece and Rome, and the public regulation of sexual behavior Expanded coverage extends to the advent of Christianity, includes added illustrations, and offers student-friendly pedagogical features Text boxes supply intriguing information about tangential topics Gives a thorough overview of current literature while encouraging further reading and discussion Conveys the complexity of ancient attitudes towards sexuality and gender and the modern debates they have engendered
P. Ovidii Nasonis Tristium Libri Quinque
Author: Publius Ovidius Naso
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 1378410297
Pages: 142
Year: 2018-02-21
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The nature of biography
Author: John Arthur Garraty
Publisher: Dissertations-G
Pages: 289
Year: 1985-01-01
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Hosidius Geta's Tragedy "Medea,"
Author: Hosidius Geta, Virgil
Pages: 96
Year: 1919
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The Culture We Deserve
Author: Jacques Barzun
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
ISBN: 0819562378
Pages: 200
Year: 1989-05-01
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Twelve essays exploring aspects of literacy and art criticism, retrospective sociology and the effects of relativism on moral behavior.
Greek Comedy and Ideology
Author: David Konstan
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195092945
Pages: 244
Year: 1995
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This study analyzes how the structure of ancient Greek comedy betrays and responds to cultural tensions in the society of the classical city-state. Individual chapters treat Aristophanic and Menandrean comedies.
Some account of Gothic architecture in Spain
Author: George Edmund Street
Year: 1914
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Sculpture from Notre-Dame, Paris
Author: Carmen Gómez-Moreno, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0870992112
Pages: 32
Year: 1979-01-01
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