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: Politeismo e gender studies : riconsiderando la maternità di Hera . In Baglioni , I. (a cura di): Costruzione e Percezione delle Divinità nel Mediterraneo Antico. 10-14 June 2014 - Velletri (Italy) , Roma, forthcoming. Pedrucci , G. 2017 b

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. Mélanges en l’ honneur de Pierre Brulé . Rennes, pp. 193 – 203 . Liberman , G. 2002 2 : Alcée. Fragments . Paris [19911] Lidov , J. 2004 : Hera in Sappho, fr. 17 L-P, V – and Aeneid I? Mnemosyne 57 , pp. 387 – 406 . Lidov , J. 2016

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The article deals with the role of the Greek goddess Hera and her Roman counterpart, Iuno, in the poetic treatments of the myth of Argonauts. The focus is put especially on Iuno’s character development in Valerius Flaccus’ adaptation of the myth. Iuno’s character in this work has already been discussed by Werner Schubert in his fundamental study (1991), in which he pointed out the remarkable approximation of Iuno fabulosa and Iuno civilis. Referring to this study, the article emphasizes rather the literary development of Iuno’s character. It is shown that Valerius Flaccus portrays the highest goddess not only as a peculiar helper (socia), as suggested by Schubert, but also as a permanent participant in an intertextual dialogue with the epic poems of Homer and Apollonius Rhodius. Valerius Flaccus’ aim here is to invert his literary predecessors’ accounts in a subtle and witted way (as Debra Hershkowitz has already presented).

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Bibliography Baumbach , J. D. 2004 : The Significance of Votive Offerings in Selected Hera Sanctuaries in the Peloponnese, Ionia and Western Greece . Oxford Bernabé , A. 2008 : Dioses, héroes y orígenes delmundo . Madrid Bernabé

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Significance of Votive Offerings in Selected Hera Sanctuaries in the Peloponnese, Ionia and Western Greece [BAR International Series 1249]. Oxford Baumbach , J. D. 2009 : Speak, votives… Dedicatory Practice in Sanctuaries of Hera . In Prêtre , C. (éd

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The allegorical interpretations of pagan gods flourished in late Antiquity. They were the work of the pagans, who thus sought to spiritualize their religion, but also of some Christians, who thought that the pagan fables were hiding truths they needed to discover.

The goddess Hera-Juno has not escaped the phenomenon. Here we consider, taking as one basis the works of Fabius Planciades Fulgentius, African writer of the fifth-sixth century, what these interpretations are and what they tell us both about this goddess and the mentality of late Antiquity.

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Vergil’s depiction of Juno as saeva does not correspond to Homer’s depiction of Hera, but rather to a combination of Homer’s Hera and Pallas. Vergil’s Juno, moreover, is far less subservient to Jupiter (who is not really as active in the Aeneid as Zeus is in the Iliad). While Homer frequently pairs Hera with Pallas Athena, Vergil’s Juno acts independently, while assuming in particular many of the traits of Homer’s Pallas Athena.

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A szociológus végzettséget szerzett munkavállaló kutatási eredményeink szerint sok helyen el tud helyezkedni. A lehetőségek azonban mégiscsak korlátozottnak tekinthetők a társadalomtudományos intézményrendszer –egyetemek és kutatóintézetek –zártsága és telítettsége, az állami szféra minimális munkaerő-felvétele, a civil szfŕd

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