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Fakes and Forgers of Classical Literature : Ergo decipiatur!

By: Martínez, Javier.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Metaforms: Publisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2014Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (318 p.).ISBN: 9789004266421.Subject(s): Classical literature -- History and criticism | Literary forgeries and mystifications -- History -- To 1800Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fakes and Forgers of Classical Literature : Ergo decipiatur!DDC classification: 880.9 | 880.9/001 | 880.9001 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Foreword; Prologue/Volume Retrospect: Ergo decipiatur; Libertine Erudition: José Marchena's Fragmentum Petronii and the Power of False; Lucretius Auctus? The Question of Interpolation in De Rerum Natura ; Authorless Authority in Plato's Theaetetus; The Poet and the Forger: On Nonnus' False Biography by Constantine Simonides; "Genuine" and "Bastard" Dialogues in the Platonic Corpus: An Inquiry into the Origins and Meaning of a Concept*; Female Voice, Authorship, and Authority in Eudocia's Homeric Centos
The Surgical Treatises of the Corpus Hippocraticum: Statistical Linguistics and AuthorshipTrue Plautus, False Plautus Pellio Restitutus - Uxor Excisa. Annotations to Plautus' Bacchides; Athena and Pallas, Image, Copies, Fakes, and Doubles; Hippias of Elis: Lessons from One Master Forger; Reading the Fraudulent Text: Thessalus of Tralles and the Book of Nechepso; Hapax Legomena in the "Speeches of Apollodoros" and their Relation to the Corpus Demosthenicum; Language and (in-)Authenticity: The Case of the (Ps.-)Lucianic Onos
SH 906 and the Apollo of Simias of Rhodes: Some Isues of (mis‑)AttributionOrder, Ambiguity, and Authority in Venantius Fortunatus, Carm. 3.26; Authors Pseudonyms in the Seventeenth Century: The Case of Gaspar Scioppio; Pseudepigraphy and Magic; The Sophists' Place in the Greek Wisdom Tradition; Forging Ancient Greek Words in Modern Times
Summary: Fakes and Forgers of Classical Literature comprises essays which revise the position of the forged text in the literary tradition and, in light of modern approaches of philology and literary criticism, offer exciting new strategies for understanding forgery and the play with authenticity within ancient literature itself.
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Contents; Foreword; Prologue/Volume Retrospect: Ergo decipiatur; Libertine Erudition: José Marchena's Fragmentum Petronii and the Power of False; Lucretius Auctus? The Question of Interpolation in De Rerum Natura ; Authorless Authority in Plato's Theaetetus; The Poet and the Forger: On Nonnus' False Biography by Constantine Simonides; "Genuine" and "Bastard" Dialogues in the Platonic Corpus: An Inquiry into the Origins and Meaning of a Concept*; Female Voice, Authorship, and Authority in Eudocia's Homeric Centos

The Surgical Treatises of the Corpus Hippocraticum: Statistical Linguistics and AuthorshipTrue Plautus, False Plautus Pellio Restitutus - Uxor Excisa. Annotations to Plautus' Bacchides; Athena and Pallas, Image, Copies, Fakes, and Doubles; Hippias of Elis: Lessons from One Master Forger; Reading the Fraudulent Text: Thessalus of Tralles and the Book of Nechepso; Hapax Legomena in the "Speeches of Apollodoros" and their Relation to the Corpus Demosthenicum; Language and (in-)Authenticity: The Case of the (Ps.-)Lucianic Onos

SH 906 and the Apollo of Simias of Rhodes: Some Isues of (mis‑)AttributionOrder, Ambiguity, and Authority in Venantius Fortunatus, Carm. 3.26; Authors Pseudonyms in the Seventeenth Century: The Case of Gaspar Scioppio; Pseudepigraphy and Magic; The Sophists' Place in the Greek Wisdom Tradition; Forging Ancient Greek Words in Modern Times

Fakes and Forgers of Classical Literature comprises essays which revise the position of the forged text in the literary tradition and, in light of modern approaches of philology and literary criticism, offer exciting new strategies for understanding forgery and the play with authenticity within ancient literature itself.

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