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The Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian

Lewis A. Sussman

The Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian

A Translation (Studien Zur Klassischen Philologie, Band 27)

by Lewis A. Sussman

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Published by Peter Lang Pub Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin,
  • Latin Literature,
  • Reference,
  • Translations into English,
  • History,
  • Rome,
  • Sources,
  • Speeches, addresses, etc., Lat

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages197
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8944980M
    ISBN 103820497773
    ISBN 109783820497779

      There is only one modern full English translation available of the Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian, and that translation does not agree with the translation provided by Licona. Lewis Author: Bradley Bowen.   As a designation for specific arguments providing clever explanations or excuses in mock-forensic speeches (controversiae), the technical metaphor color is mainly known from the work of Seneca the Elder. But while the many colores he cites lack their speech context, the Major Declamations ascribed to Quintilian give a unique opportunity to study the Cited by: 1.


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The Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian by Lewis A. Sussman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Major (or «longer») Declamations falsely ascribed to the Roman rhetorician Quintilian contain nineteen model speeches on fictitious court cases, more precisely termed : Lewis A. Sussmann. Marcus Fabius Quintilianus or Quintilian (c. 35 – c. ) was a Roman rhetorician from Hispania, widely referred to in medieval schools of rhetoric and in 4/5.

The Major (or «longer») Declamations falsely ascribed to the Roman rhetorician Quintilian contain nineteen model speeches on fictitious court cases, more precisely termed controversiae.

Minor Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian (Texte Und Kommentare, Bd. 13) (English and Latin Edition) [Quintilian, Michael Winterbottom] on *FREE* shipping on.

The Lesser Declamations, I. "The Lesser Declamations," dating perhaps from the second century CE and attributed to Quintilian, might more accurately be described as emanating from "the school of Quintilian.".

The collection--here made available for the first time in translation--represents classroom materials for budding Roman lawyers/5(8). Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

The major declamations ascribed to Quintilian: a translation in SearchWorks catalog. Title: The Law in the Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian: Author(s): Breij, B.M.C. Publication year: Author: B.M.C.

Breij. The Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian A Translation Series: Studien zur klassischen Philologie Lewis A.

Sussmann. The Major Déclamations Ascribed to Quintilian (Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, ); and the Loeb édition of Quintilian by H.

Butler (ed. and trans.). Sussman, L. () “ Sons and Fathers in the Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian.” Rhetorica–92 Alston, R.

() “Arms and the Man: Soldiers, Masculinity and Power in Republican and Imperial Rome” in When Men Were Men: Masculinity, Power and Identity in Classical Antiquity.

The major declamations ascribed to Quintilian: a translation / Lewis A. Sussman. The Lesser Declamations, dating perhaps from the second century CE and attributed to Quintilian, might more accurately be described as emanating from "the school of Quintilian." The collection‒here made available for the first time in translation‒represents classroom materials for budding Roman lawyers.

The XVIIIth and XIXth Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian: a Commentary: Author(s): Breij, B.M.C. Publication year: Annotation: [Nijmegen] Ik schrijf lezingen meestal niet uit.

25 minuten. Lunchlezing: Letteren-aio's presenteren hun onderzoek, 22 maart Nijmegen: Author: B.M.C. Breij. Lewis A. Sussman, Ph.D. () in Classics, University of North Carolina, is Chairman of Classics at the University of Florida. He has published extensively on Roman declamation and rhetoric, including The Elder Seneca (Brill, ), and The Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian ().Author: Calpurnius Flaccus.

Quintilian's style is among the most beautiful in his period; he succeeds in demonstrating what he sets out to inculcate—the necessity of good taste and moderation in rhetoric. He had great influence in antiquity and in the Renaissance.

A number of declamations formerly assigned to him were falsely attributed. Abstract: A major focus of the school themes in the collections of Roman declamations knowrn as controversiae (practice court cases) is the period of a young man's adolescence, and especially his relationship with his father during this period.

In part this can be explained because teachers in the private schools of rhetoric selected themes that naturally appealed to their. The “Greater Declamations,” also ascribed to Quintilian but of later, probably much later, date, have no introductory matter but their titles and themes.

In addition we have in the work of the elder Seneca of Cordoba (born c. 55 b.c.) extracts, allegedly from memory, assigned 1.

As a genre situated at the crossroad of rhetoric and fiction declamatio offers the freedom to experiment with new forms of discourse. Placing the literariness of declamatio into the spotlight, this volume showcases declamation as a realm of genuine literary creation with its own theoretical underpinning, literary technique and generic conventions.

The Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian. by Dinter, Martin T. / Guérin, Charles / Martinho, Marcos Book Book Series. Frontmatter. Pages I-IV. Download PDF. Free Access; Acknowledgements. The Hidden Teacher ‘Metarhetoric’ in Ps.-Quintilian’s Major Declamations.

Stramaglia, Antonio Pages Major declamations ascribed to Quintilian. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Verlag P. Lang, © (OCoLC) Online version: Declamationes pseudo-Quintilianeae (Maiores).

English. Major declamations ascribed to Quintilian. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Verlag P. Lang, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Quintilianus: Document Type: Book. The excerpts from the "Declamations of Calpurnius Flaccus" (2nd century A.D.) are one of our major sources of knowledge concerning "controversiae," model court speeches on fictitious themes.

These formed the focus of Roman higher education and therefore had an enormous effect on Latin literary style and content from the late Republic on. They also contain important. Minor declamations ascribed to Quintilian.

Berlin ; New York: De Gruyter, © (OCoLC) Online version: Declamationes pseudo-Quintilianeae (Minores). Minor declamations ascribed to Quintilian.

Berlin ; New York: De Gruyter, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Quintilian.; Michael. As a genre situated at the crossroad of rhetoric and fiction, declamatio offers the freedom to experiment with new forms of g the literariness of declamatio into the spotlight, this volumeshowcases declamation as a realm of genuine literary creation with its own theoretical underpinning, literary technique and generic conventions.

Focusing on the oeuvre of (Ps)Quintilian. (The Major declamations ascribed to Quintilian) found: LC PA classification schedule (Quintilianus, M. Fabius, ca. 95 A.D. (Declamationes (spurious))) found: Grant, M.

Greek and Latin authors, under Quintilian (two volumes of rhetorical exercises (Declamationes) that survive may be transcripts of his lecture courses made by his. Abstract: A major focus of the school themes in the collections of Roman declamations knowrn as controversiae (practice court cases) is the period of a young man's adolescence, and especially his relationship with his father during this period.

In part this can be explained because teachers in the private schools of rhetoric selected themes that naturally Cited by: Useful is L. SUSSMAN«Sons and Fathers in the Major Declamations ascribed to Quintilian», Rhetorica (), legalis (covering five subgroups of issues of law).These he sees as natural in origin, that is, determined by logical analysis.

One of his earliest examples is the controversia of the disgraced father who wishes to disown File Size: KB. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link); http Author: B.M.C.

Breij.The Major Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian: A Translation (Frankfurt am Main ), ix. Though too late to save his children, the advocate instructs the father cede nunc tota potestate matri (‘draw back now from your Cited by: 1.

The Minor Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian (). Quintilian As far as literary criticism is concerned, the tenth book is the most important; in it Quintilian gives a survey of Greek and Roman poetry and prose by genres. WORKS Quintiliani Institutionis oratoriae libri Quintilian, Latin in full Marcus Fabius Quintilianus, (born ad 35, Calagurris Nassica, Hispania Tarraconensis—died af Rome), Latin teacher and writer whose work on rhetoric, Institutio oratoria, is a major contribution to educational theory and literary criticism.

Quintilian was born in northern Spain, but he was probably educated in Rome, where he afterward received some. Marcus Fabius Quintilianus (c. 35 – c. AD) was a Roman educator and rhetorician from Hispania, widely referred to in medieval schools of rhetoric and in Renaissance writing.

In English translation, he is usually referred to as Quintilian (/kwɪnˈtɪliən/), although the. Roman declamations survive in four corpora: the compilations of Seneca the Elder and Calpurnius Flaccus, as well as two sets of controversiae, the Major Declamations and Minor Declamations spuriously attributed to Quintilian.

Quintilian (Marcus Fabius Quintilianus) kwĭntĭl´yən [], 35– 95, Roman rhetorician, rris (now Calahorra), Spain. He taught rhetoric at Rome (Pliny the Younger and possibly Tacitus were among his pupils) and, as a public teacher, was endowed with a salary by Vespasian, who also made him Institutio oratoria, a complete survey of rhetoric in 12 books.

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Reading Roman Declamation: The Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian. Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a : Martinho, Marcos. LNW Roman Oratory and Rhetoric – The Minor Declamations ascribed to Quintilian Fall Instructor: Dr.

Biagio Santorelli CLASS DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES I believe that college makes complete fools of our young men, because. Cassino: Edizioni Università di Cassino Pauper et dives inimici and Amici vades are the eleventh and the sixteenth of the nineteen Major Declamations falsely ascribed to Quintilian, the sole fully-developed controversiae that classical Roman antiquity has handed down to us.

The present volume provides each declamation with an introductory essay, elucidating the. The major declamations ascribed to Quintilian: a translation [] Declamationes pseudo-Quintilianeae (Maiores) English. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Verlag P. Lang, c the declamations of calpurnius flaccus Download the declamations of calpurnius flaccus or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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The excerpts from the Declamations of Calpurnius Flaccus (2nd century A.D.) are one of our major sources of knowledge concerning controversiae, model court speeches on fictitious themes. These formed the focus of Roman higher education and therefore had an enormous effect on Latin literary style and content from the late Republic : Calpurnius Flaccus.

Reading Roman Declamation The Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian (Ps)Quintilian, this volume demonstrates that these texts constitute a genre on their own, the rhetorical and literary framework of which remains not yet fully mapped. It is of interest to students and scholars of Rhetoric and Roman Literature.

Reading Roman Declamation. In any case, this persuasive account of the collection’s origins, unique to the Roman world, marks it as significantly different from the extracts of showpieces collected by the Elder Seneca or the much later Major Declamations (also ascribed to Quintilian), since they allow us to examine closely the day-to-day workings of pedagogy in Latin Author: Anthony Corbeill.The Declamations of Calpurnius Flaccus Text y Translation, and Commentary by L.A.

Sussman Calpurnius Flaccus The excerpts from the Declamations of Calpurnius Fhccus (2nd century A.D.) are one of our major sources of knowledge concerning controversies, model court speeches on fictitious themes.

These formed the focus of Roman higher. To Gunderson’s psycho-analytical reading and Van Mal-Maeder’s influential literary analysis, 1 Neil Bernstein has now added a survey of social and ethical issues in the Major Declamations ascribed to Quintilian.

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