Volume 2 of Harm Pinkster’s Oxford Latin Syntax, Complex Sentences and Discourse Phenomena, is expected to be available by this summer.
Bust of Sidonius, one of thirty-four famous Lyonnais who adorn the corridors of the Hôtel du Département du Rhône in Lyon. The artist is the sculptor Joseph Bourgeot (1851-1910).
For another image of Sidonius, painted on the rear wall of the Assembly Room, see Gallery Page, “Sidonius in Art”
In a new article, Marco Onorato has identified Prudentius and Paulinus of Nola in Carm. 1. See Bibliography, tab 2019.
Abstract. In the preface to Sidonius’ panegyric of Anthemius the expression variae … hostia linguae (c. 1.29) discloses a contamination of lexical and thematic features of Prud. perist. 10 and Paul. Nol. c. 18. Starting from these allusive marks it is possible to reconstruct further elements of the poem’s Christian subtext, which brings out the ambiguity of Sidonius’ attitude towards the emperor.
Stefania Santelia has written a detailed analysis of the famous satire on the Burgundians, ‘Talia e i Burgundi: rifrazioni classiche e meccanismi di intertestualità in Sidonio Apollinare’.
See Bibliography, tab 2019.