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Early Christian Latin Poets by Carolinne WhiteChristian Latin poetry from the fourth to sixth centuries. overview of this poetry. sets the works in their literary and historical context, including translations of over thirty poems and excerpts. Online available.
A Companion to Byzantine Poetry by Wolfram Hörandner et al.overview of Byzantine poetry from the 4th to the 15th century. explores the development of poetic trends and the interaction between poetry and society throughout the Byzantine millennium; it addresses a wide range of issues concerning the writing and reading of poetry (such as style, language, metrics, function, circulation); and surveys texts. Online available.
Paulinus of Nola: Life, Letters, and Poems by Dennis E. Troutreconsideration of the life and literary works of Paulinus of Nola. considers all the ancient materials and modern commentary , and also archaeological and historical sources to illuminate the various settings in which we see this late ancient man at work.
Proba the Prophet by Sigrid Schottenius Cullhedin-depth study and reappraisal of the Cento of Proba and its reception. Proba's poem belongs to the few extant Latin texts from Antiquity penned by a woman writer, and one of the oldest Christian Latin poems.
Christian Poetry Studies
Poetry and Exegesis in Premodern Latin Christianity by Willemien Otten et al.investigates various exegetical possibilities in Christian Latin poetry during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. examines specimens of Christian poetry from Juvencus up to the thirteenth century. combination of literary theory and hermeneutics, close readings of the texts and new readings on a sound philological basis. Online available.
The Apostles in Early Christian Art and Poetry by Roald DijkstraThe Apostles in Early Christian Art and Poetry presents the first in-depth analysis of the origins of the representation of the apostles (the twelve disciples and Paul) in verse and image in the late antique Greco-Roman world (250-400). Especially in the West, the apostles are omnipresent, in particular on sarcophagi and in Biblical and martyr poetry. They primarily function as witnesses of Christ's stay on earth, but Peter and Paul are also popular saints of their own. Occasionally, the other apostles come to the fore as individual figures. Direct influence from art on poetry or vice versa appears to be difficult to trace, but principal developments of late antique society are reflected in the representation of the apostles in both media. Online available.
Classicism and Christianity in Late Antique Latin Poetry by Philip Hardieexplores the ways in which poets writing on non-Christian and Christian subjects used the classical traditions of Latin poetry to construct their relationship with Rome's imperial past and present, and with the by now not-so-new belief system of the state religion, Christianity. Online available.
Liber Epigrammatum (of Prosperus Aquitanus) by Albertus G. A. Horstingfirst critical edition of Prosper of Aquitaine's Liber epigrammatum. a poetical synthesis of Augustine's vast oeuvre, writing poems inspired by maxims he had excerpted from his works. widely read throughout the Middle Ages, This popular text is preserved in more than 180 manuscripts.
Sedulii Opera Omnia by Johann Huemer et al.revised edition contains a reprint of Johannes Huemer's critical edition of Carmen Paschale and Opus Paschale with their dedicatory letters and hymns, to which, in the edition's appendix, Huemer added poems written in praise of Sedulius and the Excerpta ex Remigii expositione on the Carmen Paschale. includes: a bibliography, new indices (Index sacrae scripturae locorum, Index fontium and Index imitatorum) and addenda to the text and its sources, variant manuscript readings.
Die Carmina Profana des Dracontius by Otto ZwierleinDer Begleitband zur neuen Editio Teubneriana der Carmina Profana des Dacontius (ca. 480-510 n. Chr.) unterrichtet in einem ersten Teil (Prolegomena) über Tradition und Organisation des Textes in den Handschriften. Der zweite Teil begründet die Textkonstitution, rechtfertigt notwendige Emendationen und erläutert umstrittene Stellen.
Die Carmina Christiana des Dracontius by Otto ZwierleinDer hier vorgelegte knappe kritische Kommentar zu den 'Carmina christiana' des Dracontius dient zur Vorbereitung der von R. Jakobi angekündigten neuen Teubner-Ausgabe. Nach dem Muster des Vorgängerbandes, der die Teubner-Edition der 'Carmina profana' begleitete (UaLG 127, 2017), sollen in ihm umstrittene Stellen geklärt, korrupte geheilt und missverstandene erläutert werden. Der als Advokat senatorischer Abkunft in Karthago tätige Blossius Aemilius Dracontius wurde von dem Vandalenkönig Gunthamund (484-496) wegen eines Loyalitätsvergehens in Kerkerhaft genommen.
Lettres / Avit de Vienne by Marc ReydelletIntroduction1. Avit dans son milieu historico-culturel2. La Correspondance d'Avit : typologie deslettres 3. Langue et style4. La connaissance de la prose d'Avit dansl'Antiquite 5. La conservation des ecrits d'Avit6. La transmission du texte des epitres d'Avit7. Les editions8. La presente editionConcordance de la numerotation des lettresSiglesBibliographieTexte et traductionNotes complementairesRemarques textuellesIndex gentivm et locorvmIndex personarvm