Lo specchio del modello: Orizzonti intertestuali e Fortleben di Sidonio Apollinare is in print. Edited by Anita Di Stefano and Marco Onorato, it brings together the papers given at the homonymous conference, 4-5 October 2018 at the University of Messina.
Authors include Silvia Condorelli, Franca Ela Consolino, Anita Di Stefano, Maria Jennifer Falcone, Luciana Furbetta, Jesús Hernández Lobato, Marco Onorato, Aaron Pelttari, Stefania Santelia, Rosa Santoro, Joop van Waarden, Étienne Wolff, and Matthijs Zoeter.
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.
See the catalogue
In a new article, ʻPrincipi identitari e inclusione del “diverso”: Sidonio lettore di Simmacoʼ, Sara Fascione distinguishes Sidonius’ from Symmachus’ attitude towards the Other.
See bibliography 2020
Ian Wood has written a contribution on ʻSidonius and the Burgundiansʼ in the Festschrift for Javier Arce, Academica libertas, Turnhout, 2020, 365-72.
Download the table of contents of this volume.
The Edinburgh Companion to Sidonius Apollinaris and all of its 850 odd pages are out and there for everybody to enjoy. Don’t miss the 30% off discount voucher on this website.
Now out and freely accessible on Project Muse: Journal of Late Antiquity, Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 2020, Special Issue: ‘The Muses and Leisure in Sidonius Apollinaris’, edited by Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer and Judith Hindermann.
See also here on this website
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.
Read James Harland on Sidonius (and Gregory) on the Saxons: Bibliography tab 2019.
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”