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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Elena Esposito. Antonio Carlini. CA Celere s. XIII 1. Senofonte, Memorabili III, 6. III d. Apophthegmata Patrum coll.

Demetrio Falereo? Frammento poetico? VIII d. III a. Sottoscrizione e annotazione agoranomica? III-II a. Rapporto su locazioni di terreni. Frammento con inventario e conti. I-II d. Frammento di corrispondenza amministrativa? Distinta di pagamento. Un addendum al dossier di Longinia Petronilla Filadelfia, Sec.

Frammento di petizione? Frammento di contratto stipulato tra cittadini di Nuova Teodosiopoli Narmuthis, Sec.Descubra todo lo que Scribd tiene para ofrecer, incluyendo libros y audiolibros de importantes editoriales.

Hardie Stephen J. Supplementary volumes ; v. ISBN acid-free paper 1. Greek philology--History. Greek literature--Criticism, Textual. Montanari, Franco. Pagani, Lara. F76 dc22 Alexandrian Ekdosis and Papyri Hellenistic Scholarship and the Study of Language General index List of contributors The field of research that encompasses philology, erudition and grammar in the ancient Greek world has, at least since the mid XXth century, aroused increasing interest.

This vast sector covers a broad spectrum of disciplines that include the diversified production that goes by the label of ancient scholarsip, which flourished on account of the need to conserve, interpret and study the works of the great authors of the past: textual criticism and exegesis on the one hand i.

The chronological range involved is very extensive: for if this type of literature reached its akme between the IIIrd century B. Moreover, the themes now regarded as falling within the sphere of ancient scholarship represent a rather wide variety of subjects, extending to such areas as biography, rhetoric, literary criticism, philosophy, the history of the book1.

In the lively panorama of research in this sector, which over the decades has seen the flowering of in-depth studies, collections of materials, as well as works giving an overview of the main aspects, we will limit ourselves to mentioning only, among the innumerable possible examples, the important international conference held in Thessaloniki in December Language, Text, Literature.

The present work follows along the line of study outlined above. It springs in part from the colloquium entitled La parola del poeta e la parola dellinterprete. Eruditi e grammatici nella cultura greca antica, organized by. Four of the papers read during the colloquium namely the papers by Elena Esposito, Serena Perrone, Antonietta Porro and Marco Stroppa dealt with papyrological topics, and were published in the volume Fragments of the Past.

Some of the others specifically, those by Fausto Montana and Lara Pagani will now appear in the present collection, which also includes a contribution by Franco Montanari dedicated to further enquiry into a specific portion of the vast theme he considered in the Geneva seminar La filologia alessandrina da Zenodoto a Didimoand two other studies contributed by outsiders not present at the Geneva seminar those by Paola Ascheri and Silvia Consonni.

In effect this collection, by its very nature and genesis, is the outcome of close collaboration and constant exchange of ideas among the different research groups to which the scholars who took part in the seminar belong. Not only was there intense and constructive debate during the colloquium itself the main results of which enrich the two contributions from the event which are published herebut the common reflection and discussion continued during the subsequent period, leading to new studies those by Ascheri and Consonni testify to this creative drive.

Alexandrian Ekdosis and Papyri focuses on the problem of the concrete form of the ekdosis of a literary work as carried out by the Alexandrian philologists, exploring what it meant to create an ekdosis and what procedures were materially involved in its execution.

The question is discussed by starting out from an examination of papyri containing literary works and presenting interventions in the form of corrections of material errors; emphasis is placed above all on POxy. What is thereby highlighted is the central importance of the relation between the library artefact and the text as an object of editing, that is to say, between on the one hand the craftsmans practices, aimed at correcting, in a copy, that which was held to be wrong often by means of a comparison with the antigraph or with other copiesand on the other hand, the rise of a philological practice seeking to emend the text of a work, in which case it was the text itself that was held to be unsatisfactory due to errors that had crept in over time and had been handed down through tradition.

The study by Lara Pagani Pioneers of Grammar. Hellenistic Scholarship and the Study of Language can be set in the context of the debate on the germinal stages of linguistic theory in the ancient Greek world. In particular, the paper offers a critical review of the research that developed, from the XIXth century onwards, around the role assumed to have been played by the first Hellenistic philologists in the birth of technical grammar. Antithetical positions have been taken in this regard, on the one hand minimizing the linguistic observations documented for the Alexandrian erudites and looking on these as the occasional by- product of their studies on poetry, or, on the contrary, emphasising their knowledge of a structured grammatical system.

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The approach that best seems to capture the philologists first steps towards linguistics is one that interprets philology and grammar not as separate or conflicting fields, but rather as linked by a close-meshed interaction: such a viewpoint makes it possible to ensure due recognition of the value of the erudites grammatical interventions, yet without refuting their original motivation, which was prompted by their concern for criticism and text exegesis.

This evidence testifies partly to an attempt at identifying a Homeric antecedent for Roman customs, whereby it was sought to demonstrate that the Romans were actually of Greek origin and that their language, Latin, derived from Greek, but it also points to an attempt in the inverse direction: the commentary on POxy.Omaggio di studiosi italiani a Guido Bastianini, voll.

II vol. I Papirologia ed Egittologia; vol. Senofonte, Memorabili III, 6. Un nuovo papiro di Polibio? III d. Apophthegmata Patrum coll. Demetrio Falereo? Frammento filosofico?

Frammento di prosa? Frammento poetico? Tavoletta scolastica con testi di contratti Medio Egitto, d. Tabelle di divisione e altri calcoli: ri edizione di frammenti aritmetici dalla collezione di Vienna? VIII d. Ordine di pagamento?

III a. Ordine a Phtheus? Sottoscrizione e annotazione agoranomica? III-II a. Rapporto su locazioni di terreni. Frammento con inventario e conti. I-II d. Frammento di corrispondenza amministrativa? Frammento di lettera privata? Distinta di pagamento. Un addendum al dossier di Longinia Petronilla Filadelfia, Sec.

Lettera privata? Frammento di petizione? Intestazione di documento Ossirinco, 8. Frammento di contratto stipulato tra cittadini di Nuova Teodosiopoli Narmuthis, Sec. Vendita di recipienti con anticipazione di prezzo Ossirinco, Sec. Un signaculum dalla villa romana di Pollena Trocchia ante d. XXI 5: commentario tachigrafico con oktades? TRF R. Il lemma di P. Le lettere di F. Un indovinello dantesco. Gehe zu:.Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this WorldCat.

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Supplementary volumes ; v. ISBN acid-free paper 1. Greek philology--History. Greek literature--Criticism, Textual. Montanari, Franco. Pagani, Lara. F76 dc22 Contents Preface Alexandrian Ekdosis and Papyri Hellenistic Scholarship and the Study of Language Preface The field of research that encompasses philology, erudition and grammar in the ancient Greek world has, at least since the mid XXth century, aroused increasing interest. This vast sector covers a broad spectrum of disciplines that include the diversified production that goes by the label of ancient scholarsip, which flourished on account of the need to conserve, interpret and study the works of the great authors of the past: textual criticism and exegesis on the one hand i.

The chronological range involved is very extensive: for if this type of literature reached its akme between the IIIrd century B.

Moreover, the themes now regarded as falling within the sphere of ancient scholarship represent a rather wide variety of subjects, extending to such areas as biography, rhetoric, literary criticism, philosophy, the history of the book1. In the lively panorama of research in this sector, which over the decades has seen the flowering of in-depth studies, collections of materials, as well as works giving an overview of the main aspects, we will limit ourselves to mentioning only, among the innumerable possible examples, the important international conference held in Thessaloniki in December Language, Text, Literature.

The present work follows along the line of study outlined above. It springs in part from the colloquium entitled La parola del poeta e la parola dellinterprete. Eruditi e grammatici nella cultura greca antica, organized by 1 2. This type of perspective was inaugurated, explicitly, in a session of the Entretiens Hardt specifically devoted to the topic: Montanari Four of the papers read during the colloquium namely the papers by Elena Esposito, Serena Perrone, Antonietta Porro and Marco Stroppa dealt with papyrological topics, and were published in the volume Fragments of the Past.

Some of the others specifically, those by Fausto Montana and Lara Pagani will now appear in the present collection, which also includes a contribution by Franco Montanari dedicated to further enquiry into a specific portion of the vast theme he considered in the Geneva seminar La filologia alessandrina da Zenodoto a Didimoand two other studies contributed by outsiders not present at the Geneva seminar those by Paola Ascheri and Silvia Consonni.

In effect this collection, by its very nature and genesis, is the outcome of close collaboration and constant exchange of ideas among the different research groups to which the scholars who took part in the seminar belong. Not only was there intense and constructive debate during the colloquium itself the main results of which enrich the two contributions from the event which are published herebut the common reflection and discussion continued during the subsequent period, leading to new studies those by Ascheri and Consonni testify to this creative drive.

Alexandrian Ekdosis and Papyri focuses on the problem of the concrete form of the ekdosis of a literary work as carried out by the Alexandrian philologists, exploring what it meant to create an ekdosis and what procedures were materially involved in its execution.

The question is discussed by starting out from an examination of papyri containing literary works and presenting interventions in the form of corrections of material errors; emphasis is placed above all on POxy.

What is thereby highlighted is the central importance of the relation between the library artefact and the text as an object of editing, that is to say, between on the one hand the craftsmans practices, aimed at correcting, in a copy, that which was held to be wrong often by means of a comparison with the antigraph or with other copiesand on the other hand, the rise of a philological practice seeking to emend the text of a work, in which case it was the text itself that was held to be unsatisfactory due to errors that had crept in over time and had been handed down through tradition.

Finally, the framework thus reconstructed allows reflection on the nature of the readings attributed to the Alexandrian grammarians conjectures ope. The study by Lara Pagani Pioneers of Grammar.

Hellenistic Scholarship and the Study of Language can be set in the context of the debate on the germinal stages of linguistic theory in the ancient Greek world. In particular, the paper offers a critical review of the research that developed, from the XIXth century onwards, around the role assumed to have been played by the first Hellenistic philologists in the birth of technical grammar.

Antithetical positions have been taken in this regard, on the one hand minimizing the linguistic observations documented for the Alexandrian erudites and looking on these as the occasional byproduct of their studies on poetry, or, on the contrary, emphasising their knowledge of a structured grammatical system. The approach that best seems to capture the philologists first steps towards linguistics is one that interprets philology and grammar not as separate or conflicting fields, but rather as linked by a close-meshed interaction: such a viewpoint makes it possible to ensure due recognition of the value of the erudites grammatical interventions, yet without refuting their original motivation, which was prompted by their concern for criticism and text exegesis.

This evidence testifies partly to an attempt at identifying a Homeric antecedent for Roman customs, whereby it was sought to demonstrate that the Romans were actually of Greek origin and that their language, Latin, derived from Greek, but it also points to an attempt in the inverse direction: the commentary on POxy. These opposing concepts are seen as the two faces of one and the same endeavour: namely the effort by Augustan propaganda to create a global and unitary vision of the Graeco-Roman world, as a means of bringing about a state of mind whereby the Greeks would accept the Roman conquerors and yet, at the same time, the Romans would feel proud to have ancient Greek origins.

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