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Adonis presents a special case of Romans' wide interest in Eastern religions during the Augustan age: he was brought to Rome by poets, and for this reason his ‘existence’ in Latin culture was exclusively literary. His worship never had the same importance as in Hellenistic Egypt, but the pathos of this figure, and his story of love and death aroused the interest of the elegiac poets, in particular, who used his exemplum to illustrate certain τόποι of their genre and to emphasize the originality of their poetry. Through the analysis of his treatment in Propertius and in Ovid a series of reflections on elegy's nature and sense can be reconstructed in an interesting dialogue between the two poets.

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From the former Hungarian collections of the Princes Esterházy and of Count János Pállfy a greater number of Giordano paintings entered the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest. Beside that the Christian Museum Esztergom possesses several paintings of Giordano from the Capece Zurlo di San Marco collection. The paper deals with the iconography and authenticity of Justice disarmed, and Venus and Adonis. The former is an allegory on the loss of Crete in 1669 and the unjust peace between Venice and Turkey. The latter shows the influence of Cambiaso drawings. A further source of Giordanos is the former Brunswick collection. The painting Joseph and Potiphar's Wife attributed to Giuseppe Signorelli allows assuring a lost canvas painted by Giordano of the same topic. Only Desplaces has engraved it. Several paintings published in the paper were attributed to Giordano, respective to his pupils. Giordano's or his workshop's copies after Ribera were presented in a catalogue. The same was done with the copies after Giordano.

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Ovid’s representation of Orpheus is strictly related to Virgil’s texts. A wide range of studies have proved so far that the 10 th book of Metamorphoses follows the Georgics as far as narrative structure and use of vocabulary are concerned. Nevertheless it has been omitted, that Ovid’s work contains a number of patterns derived not from the Georgics but the Eclogues . Important textual parallelisms — such as Orpheus as being the representative of the elegy in contrast to epic, recusatio, the descent into the nether world, the motif of mourning nature, Hyacinthus, Adonis et Eurydice, the problem of a poet’s immortality, the mourning nature — attest that both Virgil’s and Ovid’s view of Orpheus is rooted in Epitaphios Bionos consequently this work is one of the most significant literary sources of both texts.

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2013 3 27 38 Pope, H. G., Jr, Phillips, K. A. & Olivardia, R. (2000). The Adonis complex: The secret crisis of male

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–409. Pope, H. G. Jr., Phillips, K. A., Olivardia, R. (2000): The Adonis Complex. The secret crisis of male body obsession. The Free Press, New York, London. Túry F., Gyenis M. (1997): Inverz anorexia nervosa: a férfiak speciális

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Pope, H. G., Phillips, K. A. & Olivardia, R. (2000). The Adonis complex: The secret crisis of male body obsession . New York, NY: The Free Press. Olivardia R

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: János Tomcsányi, Béla Bózsik, György Rokszin, Zsolt Abonyi-Tóth, and Lajos Katona

: Pooled post-hoc analysis from the ATHENA/EURIDIS/ADONIS study. Eur. Heart J., 2010, 31 (Suppl.) , 716. Connolly S. J. Effects of dronedarone on clinical outcomes in 432 patients with

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. H G Pope K A Phillips R Olivardia 2000 The Adonis complex: The secret crisis of

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R. Olivardia 2000 The adonis complex: The secret crisis of male body obsession The Free Press New York, NY

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The warrior queen

The cult of Hellenistic female rulers as the basis of their symbolic participation in military acts

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Author: Lucyna Kostuch

; Foster, J. A. : Arsinoe II as Epic Queen: Encomiastic Allusion in Theocritus’ Idyll 15. TAPA 136 (2006) 133–148; Reed, J. D. : Arsinoe’s Adonis and the Poetics of Ptolemaic Imperialism. TAPA 130 (2000) 319

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