Fabio Gasti has published an acclaimed overview of later Latin literature: La letteratura tardolatina: un profilo storico (secoli III-VII d.C.), Studi superiori 1197, Rome: Carocci, 2020.
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.
Fabrizio Oppedisano rounds off his Anthemius project with the publication of a diptych consisting of a monograph on the Panegyric of Anthemius (see previous post) and a multi-author volume of essays: Procopio Antemio, imperatore di Roma, Bari: Edipuglia, 2020.
In print: Fabrizio Oppedisano’s edition with translation and commentary of the Panegyric of Anthemius: In lode di Antemio: L’ultimo panegirico di Roma imperiale, Rome: L’Erma di Bretschneider.
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Sara Fascione has come up with the publication of her PhD thesis entitled: Gli ‘altri’ al potere: Romani e barbari nella Gallia di Sidonio Apollinare.
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Just published, a survey by Alice Tyrrell: Merovingian Letters and Letter Writers, Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin 12, Turnhout: Brepols, 2019. In it, Chapter 1: Amicitia Networks Part 1: Sidonius Apollinaris to Nicetius of Trier and Friends.
Amsterdam University Press are publishing a series, edited by Jamie Wood, about Late Antique and Early Medieval Iberia. Its scope, however, extends to southern Gaul. Six volumes published so far. The series has got a new webpage.
Michael Hanaghan has written a monograph on Sidonius’ Epistles, about to be published by Cambridge University Press in January 2019. From the blurb in the catalogue:
‘This book provides a fuller understanding of [Sidonius’] contribution to Latin literature, as a careful arranger of his self-image, a perceptive exploiter of narrative dynamics, and an influential figure in Late Antique Gaul.’
Michael is currently employed by the Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, at the Institute for Religion & Critical Enquiry. Email: Michael.Hanaghan@acu.edu.au.