By Damien P. Nelis, D. S. Levene
The Augustan age used to be one during which writers have been regularly remodeling the Roman earlier, and which used to be marked by means of a profound engagement of poets with the historians and old options that have been the most motor vehicle for the transmission of similar to the previous to their day. during this ebook 17 prime students from Europe and the United States study the attention-grabbing interplay among such it appears various genres: how the Augustan poets drew on - or reacted opposed to - the historians' presentation of the area, and the way, conversely, historians picked up and reworked poetic issues for his or her personal ends. With essays on poems from Horace's Odes to Ovid's "Metamorphoses", on authors from Virgil to Valerius Maximus, it kinds the main complete exam but of this important subject of this such a lot crucial of literary sessions.
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Extra resources for Clio and the Poets: Augustan Poetry and the Traditions of Ancient Historiography (Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca Classica Batava Supplementum)
For a number of reasons we tend to divide history (also history of literature or history of art) into sections and give each period of time 31 On Tubertus' triumph cf. 2-4. See Classen (1998) 21-54. 33 See Syme (1978) 23-36, Herbert-Brown (1994) 215-33. 34 On the fifteenth book see Hardie ch. 10 below; on chronological order in the Metamorphoses see Wheeler ch. 9 below. 32 CLIO EXCLUSA 17 a particular name, whether Republican or Augustan age and Tudor or Victorian age and — even less forgivable — fifth or fourth century etc.
32 CLIO EXCLUSA 17 a particular name, whether Republican or Augustan age and Tudor or Victorian age and — even less forgivable — fifth or fourth century etc. There is also a tendency to assume that all people or at least the majority or the average persons of a particular period are typical representatives of their time and share moral attitudes and political views, artistic tastes and aesthetic judgments. Furthermore, individuals are regarded as monolithic types, whether Aeneas or Romulus, Brutus or Camillus, Scipio or Cato, Sulla or Catiline, each of them being supposed to represent one particular way of life, one quality or one homogeneous group of qualities, implying certain views and attitudes as regards gods and men, state and society, politics and culture.
Unde constat perite fecisse Vergilium. 11), which contrasts Virgil's achronic technique (in origin, of course, Homeric) with the practice of historians: item divinus ille vates res vel paulo vel multo ante transactas opportune ad narrationis suae seriem revocat ut et historicum stilum vitet, non per ordinem digerendo quae gesta sunt, nee tamen praeteritorum nobis notitiam abstrahat. Moreover, past events, whether they have occurred recently or long ago, are fittingly recalled and introduced into the sequence of his story by that godlike poet Homer, but they are not arranged in chronological order, for, although he is careful not to withhold from us a knowledge of the past, his aim is to avoid writing as a historian.
Clio and the Poets: Augustan Poetry and the Traditions of Ancient Historiography (Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca Classica Batava Supplementum) by Damien P. Nelis, D. S. Levene