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A. Ferreiro, The Visigoths in Gaul and Iberia (Update)

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Alberto Ferreiro, The Visigoths in Gaul and Iberia (Update). A Supplemental Bibliography, 2010-2012, Leyde-Boston, 2014.

Éditeur : Brill
Collection : The Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World, 55
XXXIV-365 pages
ISBN : 978-90-04-27568-3
140 €


The bibliography includes material published from 2010 to 2012. Following on from the first bibliography (Brill, 1988) and its updates (Brill 2006, 2008, 2011) this volume covers recent literature on: Archaeology, Liturgy, Monasticism, Iberian-Gallic Patristics, Paleography, Linguistics, Germanic and Muslim Invasions, and more. In addition, peoples such as the Vandals, Sueves, Basques, Alans and Byzantines are included. The book contains author and subject indexes and is extensively cross-indexed for easy consultation. A periodicals index of hundreds of journals accompanies the volume. Further updates are to be expected at intervals of three years.


Source : Brill

 

J. Luque Moreno, Hablar y cantar: la música y el lenguaje (concepciones antiguas)

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Jesús Luque Moreno, Hablar y cantar: la música y el lenguaje (concepciones antiguas), Grenade, 2014.

Éditeur : Editorial Universidad de Granada
476 pages
ISBN : 978-84-338-5650-0
25 €

Las relaciones entre la música y el lenguaje fueron en la Antigüedad greco-romana tan estrechas como las que terminaron estableciéndose entre las disciplinas que estudiaban uno y otro sistema de comunicación. Nunca, en efecto, perdieron de vista los antiguos ese horizonte cuando se ocuparon del sonido (φωνή / vox, sonus), materia y soporte de ambos sistemas: cuando lo definieron, cuando reconocieron y clasificaron sus diversos tipos, cuando analizaron su articulación jerárquica, cuando prestaron atención a sus unidades mínimas (στσιχεĩα / elementa), las letras y las “notas”, etc.

 

Source : Editorial Universidad de Granada

 

G. Bravo et R. González Salinero (éd.), Conquistadores y conquistados

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Gonzalo Bravo et Raúl González Salinero (éd.), Conquistadores y conquistados. Relaciones de dominio en el mundo romano, Salamnque-Madrid, 2014.

Éditeur : Signifer Libros
Collection : Signifer, monografías y estudios de Antigüedad griega y romana, 43
613 pages
ISBN : 978-84-941137-9-6
35 €


Contenido
Jonathan Edmondson: Hispania capta: reflexiones sobre el proceso e impacto de la conquista romana en la Península Ibérica.
Sabino Perea Yébenes: Guerra y conquista de Armenia por generales romanos en el siglo I a. C. según la Historia de Armenia de Moisés de Khorene. Una reflexión sobre las fuentes inusitadas de la historia romana.
Marta Bailón García: Acilius ex Senatus Consulto ad collegium fetialium rettulit: primer derecho internacional sobre acuerdos de paz y guerra.
Miguel Ángel Novillo López: Julio César y el genocidio de usípetes y téncteros.
Mauricio Pastor muñoz: Viriato y la conquista del territorio Lusitano.

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Bernard Mineo, A Companion to Livy

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Bernard Mineo (dir.), A Companion to Livy, Wiley, 2014.

Éditeur : Blackwell
504 pages
ISBN : 9781118301289

A Companion to Livy features a collection of essays representing the most up-to-date international scholarship on the life and works of the Roman historian Livy. It features contributions from top Livian scholars from around the world; presents for the first time a new interpretation of Livy's historical philosophy, which represents a key to an overall interpretation of Livy's body of work; includes studies of Livy's work from an Indo-European comparative aspect; provides the most modern studies on literary archetypes for Livy's narrative of the history of early Rome.

Source : Wiley

 

C. S. van den Berg, The World of Tacitus' Dialogus de Oratoribus

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Christopher S. van den Berg, The World of Tacitus' Dialogus de Oratoribus, Cambridge, 2014.

Éditeur : Cambridge University Press
344 pages
ISBN : 9781107020900

Coming to terms with the rhetorical arts of antiquity necessarily illuminates our own ideas of public discourse and the habits of speech to which they have led. Tacitus wrote the Dialogus at a time (ca. 100 CE) when intense scrutiny of the history, the definitions, and the immediate relevance of public speech were all being challenged and refashioned by a host of vibrant intellects and ambitious practitioners. This book challenges the notion that Tacitus sought to explain the decline of oratory under the Principate. Rather, from examination of the dynamics of argument in the dialogue and the underlying literary traditions there emerges a sophisticated consideration of eloquentia in the Roman Empire. Tacitus emulates Cicero's legacy and challenges his position at the top of Rome's oratorical canon. He further shows that eloquentia is a means by which to compete with the power of the Principate.

Source : CUP

 

Francesca K.A. Martelli, Ovid's revisions. The Editor as Author

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Francesca K.A. Martelli, Ovid's revisions. The Editor as Author, Cambridge, 2013.

Éditeur : Cambridge University Press
260 pages
ISBN : 9781107037717

A striking feature of Ovid's literary career derives from the processes of revision to which he subjects the works and collections that make up his oeuvre. From the epigram prefacing the Amores, to the editorial notices built into the book-frames of the Epistulae Ex Ponto, Ovid repeatedly invites us to consider the transformative horizons that these editorial interventions open up for his individual works, and which also affect the shape of his career and authorial identity. Francesca K. A. Martelli plots the vicissitudes of Ovid's distinctive career-long habit, considering how it transforms the relationship between text, oeuvre and authorial voice, and how it relates to the revisory practices at work in the wider cultural and political matrix of Ovid's day. This fascinating study will be of great interest to students and scholars of classical literature, and to any literary critic interested in revision as a mode of authorial self-fashioning.

Source : CUP

 

C. Crespo Pérez, La condenación al olvido (damnatio memoriae)

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Carlos Crespo Pérez, La condenación al olvido (damnatio memoriae). La deshonra pública tras la muerte en la política romana (siglos I - IV d. C.), Madrid-Salamanque, 2014.

Éditeur : Signifer Libros
Collection : Signifer, monografías de Antigüedad Griega y Romana, 42
168 pages
ISBN : 978-84-941137-8-9
20 €

Contenu
Introducción.
1. El principio socio-jurídico de la damnatio memoriae en la sociedad romana
2. Vigencia y eficacia de la damnatio memoriae: del siglo i al iii d. c.
3. Evolución de la damnatio memoriae en los siglos iv y v d. c.
4. Las evidencias aportadas por la epigrafía.
5. Las evidencias aportadas por la numismática.
6. Conclusión.
Conclusiones. Siglas y abreviaturas. Bibliografía. Índice analítico.


Source : Signifer Libros

 


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