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Exilliteratur

(231 words)

China

(943 words)

Author(s): Kytzler, Bernhard (Durban)
[English version] As an ancient high culture, China possesses not a few of its own ‘classical’ models in the plastic arts, literature and philosophy. Classical Antiquity of the West, a thousand-years younger, is of restricted interest in China only because of its standing overseas. There were indeed occasi…

Utopia

(1,058 words)

Author(s): Kytzler, Bernhard (Durban)
[German version] A. Term and Concept Even though utopian ideas were certainly current in Classical Antiquity, it was not until the Humanist era (Humanism) that the concept actually received its current name, namely as the title of the book that today is the most famous of all books written in Neo-Latin, the

Exile, literature of

(258 words)

Author(s): Kytzler, Bernhard (Durban)
[German version] A distinction must be made between the two types of literature of exile: texts describing the fate of exiles or refugees and those written by exiles themselves, which detail their experiences and feelings. Examples of the first category are  Odysseus,  Aeneas, and  Oedipus and the second  Cicero,  Ovidius, and  Seneca. In Homer's epics, the subject is addressed (Hom. Il. 9,648) and reflected on (Od. 15,343-5), as it is in early Greek lyric poetry (i.a. Tyrtaeus fr. 6 D = Hor. Carm. 3,2,13; Alc. 24 D; Thgn. 1197-1202 = Verg. Ecl. 1,70 f.). The locus classicus is Eur. Pho…

Horatius

(4,197 words)

Author(s): Müller, Christian (Bochum) | Graf, Fritz (Princeton) | Kytzler, Bernhard (Durban)
Name einer schon im 5. Jh. v.Chr. erloschenen patrizischen gens. Spätere Träger des Namens verdanken ihn der Provenienz aus der nach dieser gens benannten Tribus. [English version] [1] Horatii Gensmitglieder der H…