Category: Book chapter

Festschrift for Giovanni Cupaiuolo

Out soon, the Festschrift for Giovanni Cupaiuolo, edited by Silvia Condorelli and Marco Onorato and published by Paolo Loffredo, presents a rich harvest of Sidonius papers:

Condorelli, Silvia, ‘La lettera 9.11 di Sidonio Apollinare a Lupo di Troyes: luci e ombre di una excusatio epistolare’

Di Stefano, Anita, ‘Commentarios in Apollinarem petis. L’epistola prefatoria di Giovan Battista Pio all’edizione sidoniana del 1498′

Fera, Vincenzo, ‘Un fantasma petrarchesco: Sidonio il temerario’

Foscarini, Sergio, ‘Una pista lessicale nella prosa di Sidonio Apollinare: i grecismi’

Santoro, Rosa, ‘Valenze letterarie e metaletterarie del cibo nell’opera di Sidonio Apollinare. II. Dal mito al rito. Il pasto dell’“altro” tra tradizione letteraria e scienza medica’

and also:

Santelia, Stefania, ‘Intramontabili deliciae thermarum: versi dalla tarda antichità latina’

Vessey on Sidonius and the Codex

Just published, by Mark Vessey: ‘Sidonius Apollinaris Writes Himself Out: Aut(hol)ograph and Architext in Late Roman Codex Society’, in: Uta Heil (ed.), Das Christentum im frühen Europa: Diskurse, Tendenzen, Entscheidungen, Millennium Studies 75, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2019, 117-54.

‘This essay looks again at Sidonius’ letter collection, with an eye to the textual and bibliographic whole(s) therein finally composed’ (p. 117)

Publisher’s catalogue

Pallas Athena in Narbonne

Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer writes about ‘Pallas Athena im gallo-römischen Narbonne. Der “Tempel” der Philosophie und der “Tempel” der Webkunst bei Sidonius Apollinaris, carm. 15′, in Bardo M. Gauly, Gernot M. Müller, and Michael Rathmann (eds), Dialoge mit dem Altertum. Sinnstiftungen aus der Vergangenheit in Antike, Früher Neuzeit und Moderne, Heidelberg: Winter, 2019, 161-76.

See catalogue

Mondin on Epigram

Luca Mondin has contributed a chapter on late Latin epigrams to Christer Henriksén (ed.), A Companion to Ancient Epigram, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2019.

“This chapter focuses on the late antique Latin epigrams of secular inspiration composed between the third and fifth century ce. It examines the repertoire and authors that have reached us (Carmina XII sapientum, Ausonius, Epigrammata Bobiensia, Claudian, Sidonius Apollinaris, Ennodius) and illustrates the modes of circulation of epigrams, including the use of collections and different literary contexts.”