Poetic Language and Religion in Greece and Rome.

By: García, J. VirgilioContributor(s): Ruiz, AngelMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013Description: 1 online resource (336 p.)ISBN: 9781443855655Subject(s): Christianity and literature -- Greece | Christianity and other religions in literature | Classical literature -- History and criticism | Philosophy, Ancient, In literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Poetic Language and Religion in Greece and RomeDDC classification: 881.009 LOC classification: PA3015.R4 .G384 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
TABLE OF CONTENTS; PREFACE; INDO-EUROPEAN POETIC LANGUAGE; GODS AND VOWELS; SOME LINGUISTIC DEVICESOF THE GREEK POETICAL TRADITION; IN TENGA BITHNUA Y LA LENGUA ANGÉLICA; RUMPELSTILZCHEN; RELIGIOUS ONOMASTICSIN ANCIENT GREECE AND ITALY; TWO EPITHETS OF ZEUS IN LACONIAIN THE LIGHT OF HOMERIC PHRASEOLOGY; TAPTAPOZ; RELIGIOUS ETYMOLOGYAND POETIC SYNCRETISM AT ROME; ANCIENT LINGUISTIC, LITERARYAND RELIGIOUS ELEMENTSIN KALLIMACHOS AND CHRYSORRHOE; RELIGIOUS LANGUAGE IN GREEKAND LATIN LITERATURE; POESÍA Y RITUAL EN LA GRECIA ANTIGUA; CONSULTING THE GODS IN THE ODYSSEY
'RELIGIOUS REGISTER' AND COMEDY:THE CASE OF CRATINUSORACLES AND RIDDLES AMBO FRATRES; LATE ANTIQUE ORACLES; EN TORNO AL VOCABULARIORELIGIOSO HELENÍSTICO; INTERTEXTUALITYAND THE CULTIC DIMENSIONIN LYCOPHRON'S REWRITING OF MYTH; THE ACHILLES' OATH IN HOM. IL. 1.236-244:INTERTEXTUALITY AND SURVIVAL; PLEGARIA E HIMNO LITERARIO; THE MAGICIANS WHO SANG TO THE GODS; THESEA DEVOVI; EL HIMNO DE ADRASTO A APOLOEN LA TEBAIDA DE ESTACIO; POETIC AND RELIGIOUSTRADITIONALISM IN AVIENUS; VENUS, CERES AND OVID; MAGIC AS A POETIC PROCESS; POETIC AND RELIGIOUS LANGUAGE IN ROMANTRAGIC FRAGMENTS CONCERNING MEDEA
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Summary: This volume contains twenty-five contributions adapted from papers presented at the International Conference on Poetic Language and Religion in Greece and Rome, held at the University of Santiago de Compostela on 31tst May - 1st June 2012. The book fulfils two principal aims: to highlight the impulse and continuity of a research field that combines Indo-European and Classical Studies, which has generally been recognised for several decades as a very fruitful collaboration, and to provide the...
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TABLE OF CONTENTS; PREFACE; INDO-EUROPEAN POETIC LANGUAGE; GODS AND VOWELS; SOME LINGUISTIC DEVICESOF THE GREEK POETICAL TRADITION; IN TENGA BITHNUA Y LA LENGUA ANGÉLICA; RUMPELSTILZCHEN; RELIGIOUS ONOMASTICSIN ANCIENT GREECE AND ITALY; TWO EPITHETS OF ZEUS IN LACONIAIN THE LIGHT OF HOMERIC PHRASEOLOGY; TAPTAPOZ; RELIGIOUS ETYMOLOGYAND POETIC SYNCRETISM AT ROME; ANCIENT LINGUISTIC, LITERARYAND RELIGIOUS ELEMENTSIN KALLIMACHOS AND CHRYSORRHOE; RELIGIOUS LANGUAGE IN GREEKAND LATIN LITERATURE; POESÍA Y RITUAL EN LA GRECIA ANTIGUA; CONSULTING THE GODS IN THE ODYSSEY

'RELIGIOUS REGISTER' AND COMEDY:THE CASE OF CRATINUSORACLES AND RIDDLES AMBO FRATRES; LATE ANTIQUE ORACLES; EN TORNO AL VOCABULARIORELIGIOSO HELENÍSTICO; INTERTEXTUALITYAND THE CULTIC DIMENSIONIN LYCOPHRON'S REWRITING OF MYTH; THE ACHILLES' OATH IN HOM. IL. 1.236-244:INTERTEXTUALITY AND SURVIVAL; PLEGARIA E HIMNO LITERARIO; THE MAGICIANS WHO SANG TO THE GODS; THESEA DEVOVI; EL HIMNO DE ADRASTO A APOLOEN LA TEBAIDA DE ESTACIO; POETIC AND RELIGIOUSTRADITIONALISM IN AVIENUS; VENUS, CERES AND OVID; MAGIC AS A POETIC PROCESS; POETIC AND RELIGIOUS LANGUAGE IN ROMANTRAGIC FRAGMENTS CONCERNING MEDEA

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This volume contains twenty-five contributions adapted from papers presented at the International Conference on Poetic Language and Religion in Greece and Rome, held at the University of Santiago de Compostela on 31tst May - 1st June 2012. The book fulfils two principal aims: to highlight the impulse and continuity of a research field that combines Indo-European and Classical Studies, which has generally been recognised for several decades as a very fruitful collaboration, and to provide the...

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