3 edition of Decimus Laberius found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited with introduction, translation, and commentary by Costas Panayotakis.|
|Genre||Translations into English|
|Series||Cambridge classical texts and commentaries -- 46|
|LC Classifications||PA6451.L23 A27 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009038168|
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Index of Obiter Dicta; Previous part (1) profession cannot be denied. An affecting story I read many years ago--in that elegant and entertaining work, Lempriere's 'Classical Dictionary'--well illustrates the feeling of the Roman world. Julius Decimus Laberius was a Roman knight and dramatic author, famous for. In 46 B.C.E., Julius Caesar demanded that one of the great mime writers of the time, Decimus Laberius, perform in a sort of stand-up battle of mimes. Laberius would face off against a Author: Lorraine Boissoneault.
Title: Costas Panayotakis,Decimus Laberius: The Fragments. Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries 46 Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, Author: V.J.C. Hunink. Decimus Laberius was made a Roman knight by Julius Caesar. He had long maintained the first character in this kind of writing, but Publius Syrus at last became his rival, and carried off all the applause of the theater. 4 Pedius. This is, without doubt, the son of that Q. Pedius whom Julius Caesar made heir to the fourth part of his estate, and.
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This is a newly revised, critical text of the fragments attributed to the Roman knight and mimographer Decimus Laberius, a witty and crudely satirical contemporary of Cicero and Caesar.
Laberius is perhaps the most celebrated comic playwright of the late Republic, and the fragments of plays attributed to him comprise the overwhelming majority Format: Hardcover.
Decimus Laberius, (born c. bc —died 43 bc), Roman knight with a caustic wit who was one of the two leading writers of 46 or 45 bc he was compelled by Julius Caesar to accept the challenge of his rival, Publilius Syrus, and appear in one of his own mimes; the dignified prologue that he pronounced on this degradation has survived, quoted by the 4th-century-ad author Macrobius ().
There was no helpful recent monograph in English, nor were the fragments of the most important author of mime, Decimus Laberius, available in English at all. In fact, the Italian critical edition Romani mimi by M. Bonaria from was almost the only relevant modern book on the subject. LABERIUS, DECIMUS (c.
B.C.), Roman knight and writer of mimes. He seems to have been a man of caustic wit, who wrote for his own pleasure. In 45 Julius Caesar ordered him to appear in one of his own mimes in a public contest with the actor Publilius Syrus. Everwini Wassenberghii, Annotatio Critica In Caii Laberii Mimorum Prologum (Latin Edition) [Everwin Wassenbergh, Caius Laberius Decimus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Decimus Laberius: the fragments / edited with introduction, translation, and commentary by Costas Panayotakis. – (Cambridge classical texts and commentaries ; 46) Includes index. isbn(hardback) ,Latin Satire, Latin – Translations into English.
Latin drama –. situate the mimographer Decimus Laberius and his work within the relevant historical and literary context, to speculate (when- ever possible) on the meaning of the mime-fragments from a. Decimus Laberius: the fragments by D Laberius (Book) Mimo e gnome by Francesco Giancotti (Book) Il mimo romano: Decimo Laberio e Publilio Siro by Domenico Capocasale (Book).
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5 BC –47 AD), Roman. Get this from a library. Decimus Laberius: the fragments. [D Laberius; Costas Panayotakis] -- "This is a newly revised, critical text of the fragments attributed to the Roman knight and mimographer Decimus Laberius, a witty and crudely satirical contemporary of Cicero and Caesar.
Laberius is. During the plays Decimus Laberius, a Roman knight, acted a farce of his own composition, and having been presented with five hundred thousand sesterces and a gold ring, 58 passed from the stage through the orchestra and took his place in the fourteen rows.
59 For the races the circus was lengthened at either end and a broad canal 60 was dug all. Panayotakis, C. () Laberius, Decimus. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A.
and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. item 3 Decimus Laberius: The Fragments by Decimus Laberius (English) Hardcover Book Fre - Decimus Laberius: The Fragments by Decimus Laberius (English) Hardcover Book Fre.
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B.C.), Roman knight and writer of mimes. He seems to have been a man of caustic wit, who wrote for his own pleasure. In 45 Julius Caesar ordered him to appear in one of his own mimes in a public contest with the actor Publilius Syrus.
Decimus Laberius (natus anno circiter a.C.n.; mortuus 43 a.C.n.) fuit eques Romanus et mimographus. Bibliographia. Iohannes Albertus Fabricius, Bibliotheca Latina (Hamburgi: Schillerus, ) (Textus apud Google Books) pp. The volume completes the sequence which began with commentary on Books 1 and 2 of the Annals by F.
Goodyear (, ) and was continued by commentary on Book 3 by A. Woodman and R. Martin () and on Books by A. Woodman (). Read "Panayotakis, C. Decimus Laberius: The Fragments, edited with introduction, translation and commentary by C.P.
(Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries, 46). Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. xxx, pp. £ (hb). ISBNMnemosyne" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of. Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brod, Max, Ritter Laberius schafft sich aus der Welt.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber [West Germany]: Hergereiter-Verlag,©. Lectures on the History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Fall of the Western Empire, Volume 3 Barthold Georg Niebuhr Taylor, Walton, and Maberly, - Rome.found: Oxford class. dict., 1st ed p. (Laberius, Decimus, c. B.C.; together with Publilius Syrus elevated to literary standards the popular southern.One of the plays was a farce written and acted by a Roman knight, Decimus Laberius.
After his performance on stage he received five thousand gold pieces then his Equestrian’s gold ring was returned to him (as he had forfeited his rank by appearing on stage) so that he could walk from stage to orchestra and take his place among the fourteen.