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The essays during this quantity learn the connection among historical fiction within the Greco-Roman international and early Jewish and Christian narratives. they think about how these narratives imitated or exploited conventions of fiction to supply sorts of literature that expressed new rules or formed group id in the moving social and political climates in their personal societies. significant authors and texts surveyed comprise Chariton, Shakespeare, Homer, Vergil, Plato, Matthew, Mark, Luke, Daniel, three Maccabees, the testomony of Abraham, rabbinic midrash, the Apocryphal Acts, Ezekiel the Tragedian, and the Sophist Aelian. This diversified assortment unearths and examines customary matters and syntheses within the making: the pervasive use and subversive strength of imitation, the excellence among fiction and heritage, and using heritage within the expression of identification.
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Education in Greek and Roman Antiquity (Leiden: Brill, 2001). 3. 60). The importance of Libanius is obvious, and it is heartening to read that Cribiore (7 n. 14) is preparing a translation of over five hundred of Libanius’s letters that deal with educational matters. -15- 16 ancient fiction world. This broader world is precisely what the Greek novels provide— fictional, to be sure, but also lengthy, detailed, and comprehensive. Moreover, these novels focus precisely on the sorts of aristocratic men and women for whom ancient education was designed.
Future) “How will I look at the judge? What words must I listen to? Treacherous beauty, was this beauty given to me for this purpose alone—to fill the earth with slanders about me? The daughter of Hermocrates is being put on trial, and she doesn’t have her father as her advocate. ” The third example of an h)qopoii/a occurs earlier in the narrative than the previous one, specifically at the point where Callirhoe, having been kidnapped from Syracuse and taken to Miletus, is about to cross the Euphrates River into the interior of Asia.
For full discussion of the prooi/mion, see Quintilian, Inst. 1–79. For the captatio benevolentiae, see Bruce Winter, “The Importance of the Captatio Benevolentiae in the Speeches of Tertullus and Paul in Acts,” JTS 42 (1991): 505–31, esp. 507–15. hock: the educational curriculum 35 Dionysius’s praise conforms to this advice, since he praises Artaxerxes specifically for his commitment to swfrosu/nh and to the institution of marriage, both of which are central to the charge of adultery that Dionysius will level against Mithridates later in the speech.
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