Eduard Manukyan has written ‘Becoming Oneself Among One’s Peers: Sidonius’s Methods of Adaptation and Serving in the Episcopal See’, Cursor Mundi 11 (2020) 47-83. See Academia
Tiziana Brolli continues the discussion of Carmen 13 on the lines of Stefania Santelia’s emendation of histriones to hic triones, and argues for different dates of the two sections of the poem in a new article ʻLa duplice prex del carme 13 di Sidonio Apollinare’, Wiener Studien 133 (2020) 215-35.
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Just out: Filomena Giannotti, ‘Vivet in posterum nominis tui gloria: la lettera di Sidonio a Fortunale (VIII 5)ʼ, Maia (2020) 139-48.
In a new article, ʻPrincipi identitari e inclusione del “diverso”: Sidonio lettore di Simmacoʼ, Sara Fascione distinguishes Sidonius’ from Symmachus’ attitude towards the Other.
Sara Fascione has published the first article resulting from her research on Symmachus in Sidonius’ letters: ‘Simmaco e la difesa della Romanitas nell’ottavo libro delle Epistole di Sidonio Apollinare’. Read it on Academia.
Patrizia Mascoli has published an article on an aspect of Sidonius’ reception: ‘Sidonio Apollinare nella manualistica letteraria di età umanistica’, Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica 25 (2019) 211–19. Keywords: Siccus Polenton, Petrus Crinitus, Lilius Gregorius Giraldi.
Elena Litovchenko and others have written on ‘The Image of a Christian in Sidonius Apollinaris’ Letters’ in SHS Web of Conferences 72 (2019) #02007.
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Francesco Montone has added another article to his Anthemius series, this time on his education: ‘Un principe coltissimo. L’Imperatore Antemio (467-472) nel Panegirico di Sidonio Apollinare’, Salternum 42-43 (2019) 43-56.
Fragments of forgotten scholarly activity on Sidonius keep coming to light. In a 1935 contribution to Mnemosyne, the Dutch archaeologist A.W. Byvanck critically assesses some results of C.W. Vollgraff’s dig at Utrecht cathedral square. Byvanck specifically takes position in the “Albis” debate pro Loyen (1933) (Albis = river Elbe, a purely literary reminiscence of Claudian) and contra both Macé (1933) (Albis = Albe, a tributary of the Meuse) and Vollgraff who thought of a tributary of the Rhine near Utrecht.
Read on and download on the Bibliography page, tab 1930s, year 1935.