Discurso y ejemplaridad en Ovidio, Ars 1.101-134

Alicia Schniebs

Resumo


Sur la base d’une analyse concernant l’intertextualité, l’intratextualité ainsi que lês rapports avec d’autres discours symboliques du contexte de production, le travail se propose d’étudier l’excursus de l’enlèvement des Sabines chez Ovide Ars 1.101- 134. Cette étude a pour but de déterminer la construction du lien exemplaire Romulus-Auguste impliqué dans le texte et sa relation avec cette même exemplaritélà dans le régime du principat.


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Exemplarité. Ovide. Ars amatoria. Romulus. Auguste.

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