By Donatella Coppini, Roberto Cardini
Premessa / Donatella Coppini --
L'epigramma e il fiore degli epigrammi / Marcello Gigante --
Marziale e l'identità dell'epigramma latino / Mario Citroni --
Epigramma greco, epigramma latino : una eredità conflittuale? / Pierre Laurens --
La tradizione catulliana nella poesia latina del Cinquecento / Giovanni Parenti --
La breve stagione dell'elegia latina d'amore / Antonio l. a. Penna --
Questioni di poetica elegiaca / Mario Labate --
Le elegie di Tibullo fra tradizione ed innovazione / Maria-Pace Pieri --
L'elegia secondo Massimiano / Franca Ela Consolino --
Elegia e nova comoedia / Stefano Pittaluga --
Prime indagini sulla tardizione degli Eroticon libri di Tito Vespasiano Strozzi / Antonia Tissoni Benvenuti. Appendice : Piattino Piatti corrispondente dello Strozzi / Anna Montanari --
Basinio da Parma e l'elegia epistolare / Donatella Coppini --
Landino : l. a. Xandra, Petrarca e il codice elegiaco / Natascia Tonelli --
Tre momenti nella poesia elegiaca di Giovanni Pontano / Liliana Monti Sabia.
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68 The Latin text was written with the letter san (transcribed as ś) appropriated from the Lugano alphabet. 69 During the height of Roman imperium Latin was spoken and – more importantly for our purposes – written in Europe, southern Britain, Northern Africa, the Balkan region as far south as Greece, and portions of the Middle East. The results of the spread of the Latin alphabet are with us today in the form of the script used to compose the chapters that make up this volume. FURTHER READING The transmission of the Euboean Greek alphabet to Etruscans in Italy is discussed in Cristofani (1972) and (1978b).
Reproduced from La Collezione epigrafica del Museo Nazionale Romano alle Terme di Diocleziano (Milan, 2001) by permission of the publishers, Mondadori Electa. inscription in a circle around the side of the pedestal, but O in the form of a dot is unique in Latin. Interestingly, it resembles the form of the O on South Picene inscriptions. Inverted V and L are also found in South Picene. 48 By the beginning of the fifth century BCE some of the variation in Very Old Latin letterforms was eliminated, perhaps signaling a growing independence from Etruscan writing practices.
44 Another strategy for indicating vowel length, the apex, appeared at the end of the Old Latin period. The apex was a diacritic mark of varying shapes – sometimes an acute bar, sometimes a hook – placed over the vowel sign. g. ” On occasion the letter was employed to mark vocalic hiatus. 2093). Some Old Latin orthographic practices continued to be used sporadically during the Classical period and beyond. 3884). , GESTÁRVUM, (Res Gestae, preamble), AHENEIS (Res Gestae, preamble), EXPVLI (Res Gestae 2), EMERITEIS (Res Gestae 16).
Il rinnovamento umanistico della poesia: l'epigramma e l'elegia by Donatella Coppini, Roberto Cardini