The Saint-Raymond museum in Toulouse this year presents an exposition “Wisigoths: Rois de Toulouse“.
It is accompanied by a virtual 360° visit online.
The museum has also published a catalogue: Laure Barthet and Claudine Jacquet (eds), Wisigoths: Rois de Toulouse, where, on pp. 116-20 Jean-Marie Pailler, Jean-Luc Boudartchouk and Patrice Montzamir discuss Sidonius and his (or his son’s?) epitaph in both its versions.
Next Monday, 30 November, St Andrew’s Day, Edinburgh University Press will be running their 24 hour 50% sale (0:00 am – 11:59 pm). Ever wanted to buy the Companion? This is your chance. At half price.
Filomena Giannotti has published ‘Litteras nosse: l’ep. 8, 2 di Sidonio Apollinare e l’importanza della cultura sotto i barbari’ in Pan. Rivista di Filologia Latina.
For details, see Bibliography, tab 2020
Impossible for a Roman to compose a poem with Germanic spoken around. Stefania Santelia compares ‘De conviviis barbaris’ from the Anthologia Latina with Sidon. Carm. 12 and Ennod. Epigr. 2.67.
See bibliography, tab 2020.
Judith Herrin devotes a brief chapter to Sidonius in her new book Ravenna: Capital of Empire, Crucible of Europe (p. 72-76).
See Princeton University Press
The first Sidonius publication of 2021 is out: Veronika Egetenmeyr, ‘Sidonius Apollinaris’s Use of the Term Barbarus: An Introduction’, in: Matthias Friedrich and James M. Harland (eds), Interrogating the ‘Germanic’: A Category and its Use in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, Supplement to Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde 123, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020, 145-66.
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