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Reading Roman Declamation: Calpurnius Flaccus.


Reading Roman Declamation: Calpurnius Flaccus

Edited by Martin T. Dinter, Charles Guerin, and Marcos Martinho

De Gruyter


183 pages



Beitrage zur Altertumskunde; Volume 348


Eight papers from a February 2014 conference in Paris comprise the second of three volumes showcasing recent research on Roman Declamation, this one focusing on Calpurnius Flaccus. The topics include whether Calpurnius is a postmodern author, declamation 2.0: reading Calpurnius whole, non contenti exemplis saeculi vestri: intertextuality and the declamatory tradition in Calpurnius, problems of paremiography in Calpurnius, and metrical and accentual clausulae as evidence for the date and origin of Calpurnius. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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