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Author International Plutarch Society. International Congress (10th : 2014 : Delphoi, Greece)

Title Space, time and language in Plutarch / edited by Aristoula Georgiadou and Katerina Oikonomopoulou
Published Derlin ; Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2017
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Series Millennium-Studien zu Kultur und Geschichte des ersten Jahrtausends n. Chr. = Millennium studies in the culture and history of the first millennium C.E. ; volume 67
Millennium-Studien ; Bd. 67
Contents 880-01 Introduction. Reading Plutarch through space, time and language / Aristoula Georgiadou and Katerina Oikonomopoulou -- Moving through space and time in Plutarch. Space travel and time travel in Plutarch / Christopher Pelling -- Time and space in Plutarch's Lives / Mark Beck -- Time manipulation and narrative signification. Espace mémoriel et paysage monumental: Plutarque et l'Athènes de son temps / Françoise Frazier -- Plutarch and tense: the present and the imperfect / Timothy E. Duff -- Narrative time and space in Plutarch's Life of Nicias / Lucy E. Fletcher -- Religious locales as places of reflection on language, discourse and time. Space, time, and language in on the oracles of the Pythia: "3,000 years of history, never proved wrong" / Frederick E. Brenk -- Poetry, extravagance, and the invention of the "archaic" in Plutarch's On the oracles of the Pythia / Lawrence Kim -- Delphi, place and time in Plutarch's Lycurgus and Lysander / Michele A. Lucchesi -- Space, delphi and the construction of the Greek past in Plutarch's Greek questions / Katerina Oikonomopoulou -- Models of the past I: configurations of memory and history for Plutarch's Imperial readers. Greeks and the Roman past in the Second Sophistic: the case of Plutarch / Joseph Geiger -- Plutarch and the advent of Hellenism in Rome / Joshua Pugh Ginn -- Creating paradigms for the politikoi: bridging the gap in political space and time with pre-imperial heroes / Susan Jacobs -- Greatness measured in time and space: the Agesilaus-Pompey / Eran Almagor -- Models of the past II: Plutarch and the Classical era. Discussing the past: moral virtue, truth, and benevolence in Plutarch's On the malice of Herodotus / Geert Roskam -- Solon on the road / Paolo Desideri -- Modelli del passato in due conferenze di Plutarco: De gloria atheniensium e De audiendo / Elisabetta Berardi -- Shifting boundaries: philotimia in democratic Athens and in Plutarch's Lives / Myrto Aloumpi -- Philosophy and religion between past and present. Is dualism a Greek word? Plutarch's dualism as a cultural and historical phenomenon / Bram Demulder -- Egyptian knowledge at Plutarch's table: out of the question? / Michiel Meeusen -- Space, time and notions of community -- Divisions in Greek culture: cultural topoi in Plutarch's biographical practice / Evangelos Alexiou -- The construction of a cosmopolitan space in Plutarch's On exile / Maria Vamvouri Ruffy -- Significato del termine xenos in Plutarco: lo straniero nella realtà dell'Impero cosmopolita / Paola Volpe Cacciatore -- Sympotic spaces: forging links between past and present. Past and present in Plutarch's Table talk / Anastasios G. Nikolaidis -- Sympotic space, hierarchy and Homeric quotation in Table talk 1.2 / David Driscoll -- Plutarque et la tradition rhétorique du banquet / Johann Goeken -- Theseis rather than quaestiones convivales / José Antonio Fernández Delgado and Francisca Pordomingo -- Space, place, landscape: symbolic and metaphorical aspects. Individuated gods and sacred space in Plutarch / Michael Lipka -- Espacio monumental y autopsia en las Vidas Paralelas de Plutarco / Carlos Alcalde-Martín -- Military space and paideia in the lives of Pyrrhus and Marius / Sophia Xenophontos -- Astronomical and political space: the sun's course and the statesman's power in Plutarch and Dio / Andrea Catanzaro
880-01 Frontmatter -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Preface -- Introduction: Reading Plutarch through space, time and language / Georgiadou, Aristoula -- 1. Moving through space and time in Plutarch -- Space travel and time travel in Plutarch / Pelling, Christopher -- Time and space in Plutarch's Lives / Beck, Mark -- 2. Time manipulation and narrative signification -- Espace mémoriel et paysage monumental / Frazier, Françoise -- Plutarch and tense: The present and the imperfect / Duff, Timothy E. -- Narrative time and space in Plutarch's Life of Nicias / Fletcher, Lucy E. -- 3. Religious locales as places of reflection on language, discourse and time -- Space, time, and language in On the Oracles of the Pythia: '3,000 years of history, never proved wrong' / Brenk, Frederick E. -- Poetry, extravagance, and the invention of the 'archaic' in Plutarch's On the Oracles of the Pythia / Kim, Lawrence -- Delphi, place and time in Plutarch's Lycurgus and Lysander / Lucchesi, Michele A. -- Space, Delphi and the construction of the Greek past in Plutarch's Greek Questions / Oikonomopoulou, Katerina -- 4. Models of the past I: configurations of memory and history for Plutarch's imperial readers -- Greeks and the Roman past in the Second Sophistic: The case of Plutarch / Geiger, Joseph -- Plutarch and the advent of Hellenism in Rome / Ginn, Joshua Pugh -- Creating paradigms for the politikoi: Bridging the gap in political space and time with pre-imperial heroes / Jacobs, Susan -- Greatness measured in time and space: The Agesilaus-Pompey / Almagor, Eran -- 5. Models of the past II: Plutarch and the classical era -- Discussing the past: Moral virtue, truth, and benevolence in Plutarch's On the Malice of Herodotus / Roskam, Geert -- Solon on the road / Desideri, Paolo -- Modelli del passato in due conferenze di Plutarco: De gloria Atheniensium e De audiendo / Berardi, Elisabetta -- Shifting boundaries: Philotimia in democratic Athens and in Plutarch's Lives / Aloumpi, Myrto -- 6. Philosophy and religion between past and present -- Is dualism a Greek wordPlutarch's dualism as a cultural and historical phenomenon / Demulder, Bram -- Egyptian knowledge at Plutarch's table: Out of the question/ Meeusen, Michiel -- 7. Space, time and notions of community -- Divisions in Greek culture: Cultural topoi in Plutarch's biographical practice / Alexiou, Evangelos -- The construction of a cosmopolitan space in Plutarch's On Exile / Ruffy, Maria Vamvouri -- Il significato del termine ξένος in Plutarco: lo straniero nella realtà dell'Impero cosmopolita / Cacciatore, Paola Volpe -- 8. Sympotic spaces: forging links between past and present -- Past and present in Plutarch's Table Talk / Nikolaidis, Anastasios G. -- Sympotic space, hierarchy and Homeric quotation in Table Talk 1.2 / Driscoll, David -- Plutarque et la tradition rhétorique du banquet / Goeken, Johann -- Theseis rather than quaestiones convivales / Delgado, José Antonio Fernández / Pordomingo, Francisca -- 9. Space, place, landscape: symbolic and metaphorical aspects -- Individuated gods and sacred space in Plutarch / Lipka, Michael -- Espacio monumental y autopsia en las Vidas Paralelas de Plutarco / Alcalde-Martín, Carlos -- Military space and paideia in the Lives of Pyrrhus and Marius / Xenophontos, Sophia -- Astronomical and political space: The sun's course and the statesman's power in Plutarch and Dio / Catanzaro, Andrea -- Bibliography -- Index of subjects -- Index of ancient and modern authors -- Index of passages
Summary DieMillennium-Studien wollen Grenzen überschreiten, Grenzen zwischen den Epochen und regionalen Räumen wie auch Grenzen zwischen den Disziplinen. Millennium ist international, transdisziplinär und epochenübergreifend ausgerichtet. Das Herausgebergremium und der Beirat repräsentieren ein breites Spektrum von Fächern: Kunst- und literaturwissenschaftliche Beiträge kommen ebenso zu ihrem Rechtwie historische, theologische und philosophische, Beiträge zu den lateinischen und griechischen Kulturen ebenso wie zu den orientalischen
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Contributions in English, French, Italian, and Spanish
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Subject Plutarch -- Criticism and interpretation -- Congresses.
Greek literature -- History and criticism -- Congresses.
Space and time in literature -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Georgiadou, Aristoula, editor
Oikonomopoulou, Aikaterini, 1977- editor
ISBN 3110538113 (electronic bk.)
9783110538113 (electronic bk.)