4 edition of Erotika Pathemata found in the catalog.
January 1, 1992
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||115|
Entdecken Sie "Tragic Failures" von Evina Sistakou und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. This is the first study considering the reception of Greek tragedy and the transformation of the tragic idea in Hellenistic poetry. The focus is on third-century Alexandria, where the Ptolemies fostered tragedy as a theatrical form for public entertainment and as an official genre cultivated by the Pleiad. Parthenius of Nicaea: “His Erotika pathemata, a collection of prose summaries of esoteric love stories, survives.” (N p. ) “Helvius Cinna, a native of Brescia, friend of Catullus, who gave high praise to his short epic, Smyrna, on the incestuous love of Myrrha for her father, Cinyras.” (Note , p. ) His Wikipedia.
You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. In Erotika Pathemata he provided epitomes, resolved variant mythological traditions, and explained the poets for Cornelius Gallus, all traditional functions of the gram- maticus. Correspondences of mythographic detail between Parthe- nius and Cinna suggest that he .
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Erotica Pathemata. His only surviving work, the Erotica Pathemata (Ἐρωτικὰ Παθήματα, Of the Sorrows of Love), was set out, the poet says in his preface, "in the shortest possible form" and dedicated Erotika Pathemata book the poet Cornelius Gallus, as "a storehouse from which to draw material".
Erotica Pathemata is a collection of thirty-six epitomes of love-stories, all of which have tragic or. Moreover, since she completely separates discussion of the poetic fragments and that of Erotika Pathemata, there is a structural impediment in the book to considering them together as evidence for Parthenius’ poetics.
As a result, despite the length of the book, we get no real synthesis of all the evidence, a synthesis which might then be Author: Christopher Francese.
“εἰς ἔπη καὶ ἐλεγείας ἀνάγειν”: The Erotika Pathemata of Parthenius of Nicaea A Virgo Infelix: Calvus’ Io vis-a-vis Other Cow-And-Bull Stories The Tenth Book of Ovid’s Metamorphoses as Orpheus’ EpyllionAuthor: Jacqueline J.H.
Klooster. The good idea in Lightfoot's huge book is to reunite textual evidence that is usually treated separately, that is, the tantalizing scraps of (predominately) elegiac poetry and the extant prose work, Erotika : J. Lightfoot. Eis Epè kai Elegeias anagein: The Erotika Pathemata of Parthenius of Nicaea between epyllion and elegy Klooster, J.,Brill's Companion to Greek and Latin Epyllion.
Leiden: Brill Academic Publisher, p. 21 p. (Brill's companions in classical studies).Author: Julia Klooster. Browse available copies of parthenios adespota erotika apanta erotika by parthenios at for the best in savings on new & used books COVID Update J Biblio is. Erotica by Ralph Ginzburg and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This is the first study considering the reception of Greek tragedy and the transformation of the tragic idea in Hellenistic poetry.
The focus is on third-century Alexandria, where the Ptolemies fostered tragedy as a theatrical form for public entertainment and as an official genre cultivated by the Pleiad, whereas the scholars of the Museum were commissioned to edit and comment on the.
Tragic Failures traces the incorporation of the tragic idea in the poetry of Callimachus and Theocritus, in Apollonius’ epic Argonautica, in the iambic Alexandra, in late Hellenistic poetry and in Parthenius’ Erotika Pathemata.
“εἰς ἔπη καὶ ἐλεγείας ἀνάγειν”: The Erotika Pathemata of Parthenius of Nicaea A Virgo Infelix: Calvus’ Io vis-a-vis Other Cow-And-Bull Stories The Tenth Book of Ovid’s Metamorphoses as Orpheus’ Epyllion.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Text dt. und griech. Description: Seiten: Illustrationen ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Narrationes.
It is a pleasure to find one’s unpretetious presentation of Parthenios’ Erotika Pathemata well reviewed by Jane Lightfoot, the author of what she modestly refers to as her “little volume”, but what is in fact a great modern edition, translation, and full-scale commentary of all of Parthenios’ preserved texts, in more than pages, published in by Oxford University Press.
The Erotika Pathemata of Parthenius of Nicaea. Epyllion or Short Epic in the Latin Literature of the Middle Ages. Transforming Homer in Second Sophistic Epic" (), and is currently writing a book-length study on the Greek hero Herakles.
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Parthenius is of interest to those who study Hellenistic Greek and Latin poetry and, because of his Erotika Pathemata, to students of ancient fiction. Lightfoot has served these disparate audiences well. Read more. 4 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report s: 1. The good idea in Lightfoot's huge book is to reunite textual evidence that is usually treated separately, that is, the tantalizing scraps of (predominately) elegiac poetry and the extant prose work, Erotika : Copertina rigida.
“J.J.H. Klooster (): ‘Εις Έπη Και Ελεγείας Ανάγειν’: The Erotika Pathemata of Parthenius of Nicaea.” In Brill’s Companion to Greek and Latin Epyllion and Its Reception, ed. Manuel Baumbach and Silvio Baer, – Introduction.
Martini, Mythographi Graeci ii/1 suppl.: Parthenii Nicaeni quae supersunt (Leipzig, ). Gaselee, The Love Romances of Parthenius and other Fragments (London and New York, ).
Calderón Dorda, Partenio de Nicea—Sufrimientos de Amor y Fragmentos (Madrid, ). Lightfoot, Parthenius of Nicaea. The Poetical Fragments and the Erotika pathemata (Oxford, ). Parthenius of Nicaea Parthenius of Nicaea or Myrlea in Bithynia was a Greek grammarian and ing to the Suda, he was the son of Heraclides and Eudora, or according to Hermippus of Berytus, his mother's name was Tetha.
 He was taken prisoner by Cinna in the Mithridatic Wars and carried to Rome in 72 BC.  He subsequently visited Neapolis, where he taught Greek to Virgil. Rhesus the Thracian king was himself associated with Bithynia through his love with the Bithynian huntress Arganthone, in the Erotika Pathemata ["Sufferings for Love"] by Parthenius of Nicaea, chapter Legacy.
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