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literary history of Rome in the Silver Age from Tiberius to Hadrian

John Wight Duff

literary history of Rome in the Silver Age from Tiberius to Hadrian

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Published by Fisher Unwin in [London] .
Written in English


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StatementJ. Wight Duff.
SeriesThe Library of Literary History
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16701962M


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A literary history of Rome in the silver age, from Tiberius, to Hadrian A literary history of Rome in the silver age, from Tiberius, to Hadrian by Duff, J. Wight (John Wight), Publication date Topics Latin literature Publisher Pages: The favourable reception accorded in several countries to my work on A Literary History of Rome from the Origins to the Close of the Golden Age, of which the first edition appeared insuggested the idea of continuing on similar principles the study of Latin literature into the first and second centuries, during which the Roman empire at its zenith in power and efficiency.

OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages 21 cm. Contents: Introduction --Prologue --Roman education under the Empire --Part I: Literature under Tiberius, Caligula, and Claudius, A.D. --The elder Seneca: orators and rhetoreticians --Valerius Maximus: a repertory for speakers --Velleius, Curtius, and history --Celsus; Mela; Miscellaneous learning --Phaedrus.

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Latin Literature of the Silver AgeWriters Before the Death of name "Silver Age Latin" as applied to the literature that follows the "Golden Age" under Augustus reflects the judgement of generations of scholars. Writers of the Silver Age valued rhetorical skill and literary ornaments, and produced a style that was quite unlike ordinary human speech.

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InWilhelm Sigismund Teuffel's Geschichte der Römischen Literatur (A History of Roman Literature) defined the philological notion of classical Latin based on the metaphoric uses of the ancient myth, Ages of was viewed as a universal standard, marking the Golden and Silver Ages of classical Latin.

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