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Riprese oraziane nella Gigantomachia del carme 6 di Sidonio Apollinare, in «Invigilata Lucernis» 33, 2011 [ma 2012], pp. 13-21.

Antonella Bruzzone

In the Gigantomachy sung by Orpheus in Poem 6 (Preface to the Panegyric in honor of Avitus) by Sidonius Apollinaris, elements of different literary origins converge: conspicuous are the suggestions from Ovid and Claudian, but single traits borrowed from other poets are not less significant – specifically from Horace, an author whose presence in Sidonius’ work is quite frequent and incisive. In particular, the Horatian reflection in carm. 3, 4, 65 ff. (vis consili expers mole ruit sua; / vim temperatam di quoque provehunt / in maius; idem odere vires / omne nefas animo moventis), inserted by the poet to comment on the Giants’ insane act of pride, in Sidonius’ carm. 6, 15 ff. undergoes a lexical and syntactical conversion, and is exploited to convey a different meaning relating to the current political circ*mstances.

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Ovidio (e altri) in Sidonio Apollinare, carme 6, in Présence de Sidoine Apollinaire , Textes réunis par Rémy Poignault et Annick Stoehr-Monjou, Collection Caesarodunum XLIV-XLV bis, Clermont-Ferrand 2014, pp. 305-332 (résumé in francese e in inglese p. 550).

Antonella Bruzzone

It is common knowledge that Sidonius Apollinaris’ imitative technique is extremely complex. In Poem 6 – the preface to the Panegyric on Avitus – the constant and fundamental Ovid’s influence is coupled with that of a number of writers. This creates a close and often intricate intertextual net which, going well beyond mere linguistic revivals, involves significant artistic and ideological values.

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L. Furbetta, Alcune riflessioni sul carm. 6 di Sidonio Apollinare, in ‘RPL’ 33, 2010-2011, pp. 148-163.

Luciana Furbetta

In questo articolo si propone l’analisi del carm. 6 di Sidonio Apollinare, prefazione del panegirico composto dall’autore per l’elezione a console dell’imperatore Eparchio Avito (1 gennaio 456 d.C.). Nel carm. 6 Sidonio presenta Orfeo che celebra l’ortus di Pallade Atena cantandone il ruolo e i meriti durante la battaglia degli dèi contro i giganti. Nei vv. 29-32 Sidonio inserisce anche un secondo canto del mitico vate che elogia la madre, la Musa Calliope. Nell’explicit di questa prefazione Sidonio anticipa il soggetto e la materia del suo canto, il panegirico del pater publicus Avitus. Questo contributo, attraverso l’analisi della figura di Orfeo e della sua performance, studia la simbologia politica del carme sidoniano e i legami con il contenuto del panegirico di Eparchio Avito. In this essay I propose the analysis of Sidonius Apollinaris’ carm. 6 preface to the panegyric composed by the author for the emperor Eparchius Avitus’ election as consul (1 st Jan. 456). In carm. 6 Sidonius presents Orpheus who celebrates the ortus of Pallas Athena singing her role and merits during the gods’ battle against the giants. In the vv. 29­-32 Sidonius introduces also a second performance of the mythic bard who eulogizes his mother, the Muse Calliope. In the explicit of this preface Sidonius anticipates the subject and the matter of his carmen, i.e. the panegyric of the pater publicus Avitus. This paper studies the political symbology of Sidonius’ carmen and his contacts with the content of Eparchius Avitus’ panegyric through the analysis of Orpheus’ figure and his performance.

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Teo-teleologia in Sidonio Apollinare: tra modulo encomiastico e provvidenzialità dell’impero, in F. Gasti, M. Cutino (edd.), Poesia e teologia nella produzione latina dei secoli IV-V, Pavia University Press, Pavia 2015, 73-105.

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L. Furbetta, Il panegirico di Avito: note di metodo e nuovi risultati, in Présence de Sidoine Apollinaire, ed. R. Poignault and A. Stoehr-Monjou, Clermont-Ferrand, Caesarodunum-Présence de l’Antiquité, volumes 44-45 bis, 2014, pp. 73-88.

Luciana Furbetta

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Nelu Zugravu

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Il concilium deorum nella poesia panegiristica latina da Claudiano a Sidonio Apollinare, in La poesia tardoantica e medievale – Atti del II Convegno internazionale, Perugia 15-16 novembre 2001, Alessandria 2004, pp. 129-141.

Antonella Bruzzone

Lo studio indaga la continuità e l’innovazione nei modi e nelle forme dei generi letterari dell’Antichità tarda rispetto ai modelli classici. Partendo dall’esame del de bello Gildonico di Claudiano si chiarisce come la ripresa nella poesia politica del V secolo di procedimenti squisitamente artistici (quanto a contenuti e quanto a lexis) dalla tradizione epica sia indotta da un consapevole disegno ideologico e denoti una ristrutturazione e una rifunzionalizzazione in chiave propagandistica.

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Ovidio e Draconzio. Sondaggi di intertestualità nell’Hylas, «Classica et Christiana» 12 (2017), pp. 55-67.

Antonella Bruzzone

Dracontius’ literary production is fully permeated by Ovid’s presence. The intertextual relationship between the two authors extends beyond the mere verbal parallels and rather appears to be intensely functional. Dracontius sees Ovid (especially the poet of the Metamorphoses) not only as a source of erudite references, but also as the storyteller of ancient myths that still affect the collective imagination. The cultural memory of these myths turns out to be essential even in a new Christian context. Through a series of examples from the Hylas (Romul. 2) this paper intends to highlight how Dracontius interprets and reuses Ovidian poetry.

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Il poeta e il principe del futuro. Ovidio e Germanico su poesia e potere

Gianpiero Rosati

in Letteratura e civitas. Transizioni dalla Repubblica all’Impero. In ricordo di Emanuele Narducci, a c. di M. Citroni, Pisa 2012, pp. 295-311

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