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Literaturbetrieb

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Author(s): Paulsen, Thomas (Bochum) | Schmidt, Peter L. (Konstanz)
I. Griechenland [English version] A. Definition und Allgemeines L. wird definiert als jede Form der Interaktion zw. Autoren oder den Interpreten ihrer Werke (z.B. Rhapsoden, Schauspieler) und anderen an deren Produktions- oder Rezeptionsprozeß Beteiligten (z.B. Auftraggeber, Publikum, Leser). Von der homer. Zeit (spätes 8. Jh.v.Chr.) bis zur letzten Phase des Hell. (1. Jh.v.Chr.) sind drei Typen von Anlässen für L. charakteristisch: Symposien (Gastmahl II. C., für ein zahlenmäßig beschränktes Publikum g…

Literary activity

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Author(s): Paulsen, Thomas (Bochum) | Schmidt, Peter L. (Constance)
I. Greece [German version] A. Definition and general remarks Literary activity (LA) is defined as any form of interaction between authors or interpreters of their work (e.g. Rhapsodes, actors) and others participating in their processes of production or reception (e.g. patrons, audience, readers). Three types of occasions are characteristic of LA from the Homeric period (late 8th cent. BC) to the last phase of the Hellenistic period (1st cent. BC): symposia ( Banquet II. C., for an audience of invited g…

Competitions, artistic

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Author(s): Blume, Horst-Dieter (Münster) | Paulsen, Thomas (Bochum) | Schmidt, Peter Lebrecht
[German version] I. Stage competitions Competitions, which included the   skēnḗ (the stage and the podium in front of it for the actor's appearance) in Greek theatre, that is dramatic performances. Originally, the skēnḗ was away from the orchḗstra ( Theatre I) and was used only for changing costumes and masks; it probably was not moved into the audience's view and integrated into the play until 458 BC with the ‘Orestia’ of  Aeschylus [1]. Nevertheless, early dramatic competitions are also thought to have been staged. Blume, Horst-Dieter (Münster) A. Greece [German version] 1. Developm…