Figure d’Atene nelle opere di Plutarco

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Edited by: Casanova, A.; 2013; Figure d’Atene nelle opere di Plutarco. Firenze, Firenze University Press.


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Figure d’Atene nelle opere di Plutarco

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Angelo Alfredo Casanova
University of Florence, Italy

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The volume contains the text of nineteen contributions, elaborated by professors of eight European universities, linked together in the “Réseau Thématique Plutarque” (Madrid, Málaga, Coimbra, Paris X, Leuven, Groningen, Salerno, Florence) and intends to comment on the news provided from Plutarch on the life and activities, the importance and influence of the great figures of ancient Athens. Relevant contributions are proposed on famous political figures (Teseo, Solone, Pericle and Cimone); on the great Athenian philosophers (in particular Socrates, the tradition of the Platonic Academy and of the Peripate); on the astrologer Metone and Epimenide, the purifier of Athens; but also on famous women (in particular, Aspasia). Two chapters deal with the historical situation of Athens at the time of the Diadochi and in the Roman age. Two other chapters deal with the reception of two specific plutarchic works during the Renaissance: Gloria degli Ateniesi (Glory of Athenians) e Detti degli Ateniesi (Sayings of the Athenians).

Il volume contiene il testo di diciannove contributi, elaborati da docenti di otto università europee, tra loro collegate nel ‘Réseau Thématique Plutarque’ (Madrid, Málaga, Coimbra, Paris X, Leuven, Groningen, Salerno, Firenze) ed intende commentare le notizie fornite da Plutarco sulla vita e le attività, l’importanza e l’influenza delle grandi figure dell’antica Atene. Si propongono contributi rilevanti su celebri personaggi politici (Teseo, Solone, Pericle e Cimone); sui grandi filosofi ateniesi (in particolare Socrate, la tradizione dell’Accademia platonica e del Peripato); sull’astrologo Metone ed Epimenide, il purificatore di Atene; ma anche sulle donne famose (in particolare, Aspasia). Due capitoli trattano della situazione storica di Atene all’epoca dei diadochi e in età romana. Altri due sono dedicati alla ricezione in epoca rinascimentale di due opere plutarchee specifiche, sulla Gloria degli Ateniesi e sui Detti degli Ateniesi.

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