5 edition of Thebaid of Statius found in the catalog.
Thebaid of Statius
Publius Papinius Statius
|Statement||tr. into English verse, with notes and observations; and a dissertation upon the whole by way of preface ...|
|Contributions||Lewis, William Lillington, d. 1772, tr., Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PA6697.E5 T5 1767|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||17001472|
The Roman poet P. Papinius Statius (ca. ) is the author of two epics (the "Thebaid" and the unfinished "Achilleid") and a large corpus of occasional verse ("Silvae"). This poetry, long seen as derivative or decadent, is increasingly appreciated for the daring and originality of its responses both to the Greek and Latin literary tradition and to the contemporary Roman world. Other editions containing works of Statius [Publius Papinius Statius] Statius: Silvae IV. Ed. Kathleen M. Coleman () Oxford Classical Texts: P. Papini Stati: Silvae. Ed. Edward Courtney () Statius: Thebaid IX. Ed. Michael Dewar () Statius: Thebaid. Eds A. D. Melville and D. W. T. Vessey () Statius: Silvae 5. Ed. Bruce Gibson.
Statius, Thebaid 2 Edited with an Introduction, Translation, and Commentary Edited by Kyle Gervais. Represents the first full-length English language commentary on Book 2 of Statius' Thebaid Juxtaposes the newly edited full Latin text with an accessible translation and extensive contextualizing introduction. Statius And Virgil Statius And Virgil by Randall T. Ganiban. Download it Statius And Virgil books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. This book argues that the Thebaid reworks themes, scenes, and ideas from Virgil in order to show that the Aeneid's representation of monarchy is inadequate.
Composed at the end of the first century CE, Statius' Thebaid recounts the civil war in Thebes between the two sons of Oedipus, Polynices and Eteocles, and the horrific events that take place on the battlefield. Its author, the Roman poet Statius, employed a wide variety of Greco-Roman sources in order to narrate the Argive expedition against Thebes and the fratricidal war. In the eighth book of Statius' Thebaid the Argives meet to appoint a successor to the dead seer Amphiaraus ( ff.). Their choice falls on Thiodamas son of Melampus (–9); he, however, is overwhelmed by the prospect, which he regards with a mixture of joy and apprehension (–5).
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PUBLIUS PAPINIUS STATIUS was a Roman poet who flourished in the late C1st A.D. during the reign of the Emperor Domitian. He was the author of a collection of dedicatory poems known as the Silvae, the epic Thebaid in twelve books, and the unfinished last two works relate the stories of the Seven Against Thebes and the youth of Achilles respectively.
out of 5 stars The first seven of twelves books for Statius' "Thebaid" Reviewed in the United States on July 7, Publius Papinius Statius is the sort of Latin writer who is known only to devout classical scholars and students of Dante/5(4).
Statius published his Thebaid in the last decade of the first century. This epic recounting the struggle between the two sons of Oedipus for the kingship of Thebes is his masterpiece, a stirring exploration of the passions of civil war.4/5(7). Statius published his Thebaid in the last decade of the first century.
This epic recounting the struggle between the two sons of Oedipus for the kingship of Thebes is his masterpiece, a stirring exploration of the passions of civil war. The extant portion of his unfinished AchilleidPrice: $ Statius was raised in the Greek cultural milieu of the Bay of Naples, and his Greek literary education is reflected in his poetry.
The political realities of Rome in the first century are also evident in the Thebaid, in representations of authoritarian power and the drive for domination. A Thebaid of Statius book epic of fratricide and war, the Thebaid retells the legendary conflict between the sons of Oedipus—Polynices and Eteocles—for control of the city of Thebaid of Statius book.
The Latin poet Statius reworks a familiar story from Greek myth, dramatized long before by Aeschylus in his tragedy Seven against Thebes.
Statius chose his subject well: the Rome of his day, ruled by the. THEBAID B TRANSLATED BY J. MOZLEY  Not yet had the wakeful dawn put all the stars to flight from heaven, and the moon was beholding the approach of day with facing horn, what time Tithonia 1 scatters the clouds in hurrying rout, and prepares the wide firmament for the return of Phoebus: already Dircean bands stray forth from their scanty dwellings, complaining of the tardy night.
Statius’s Thebaid and Achilleid are two of only four extant epics from the Flavian period, c.e. Bernstein examines how the depictions of kinship in these four works differs from earlier.
PVBLIVS PAPINIVS STATIVS (c. 45 – 96 A.D.) THEBAID. Liber Primus: Liber Secundus: Liber Tertius: Liber Quartus: Liber Quintus: Liber Sextus. Statius completed one epic, the book Thebaid, but only two books of another, the Achilleid.
The Thebaid, a more ambitious work, describes the struggle of the brothers Polyneices and Eteocles for the throne of the ancient Greek city of Thebes. It has many features borrowed from Virgil, but suffers from overstatement and work begins and ends, however, with passages that.
A classical epic of fratricide and war, the Thebaid retells the legendary conflict between the sons of Oedipus Polynices and Eteocles for control of the city of Thebes. The Latin poet Statius reworks a familiar story from Greek myth, dramatized long before by Aeschylus in his tragedy Seven against s chose his subject well: the Rome of his day, ruled by th4/5.
The Thebaid of Statius by Statius, P. Papinius (Publius Papinius) ; Lewis, William Lillington, d.tr ; Pre Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) DLC. Based on Statius' own testimony, the Thebaid was written c. 80 – c. 92 AD, beginning when the poet was aro and the work is thought to have been published in 91 or The poem is divided into twelve books in imitation of Virgil's Aeneid and is composed in dactylic hexameter.
In the Silvae, Statius speaks of his extensive work in polishing and revising the Thebaid and his public Born: c. 45AD, Naples. The Thebaid is a 1st-century epic by Statius detailing the fated war between Oedipus' son-brothers for the throne of Thebes.
Modeled off The Aeneid, The Thebaid repeats and expands upon a classic sequence of stories from Classical Mythology in twelve books of verse.
The first six books see the exiled Polynices arrive in Argos as the gods of Olympus and Styx move him to wage war against his.
Greek literary education and Roman political reality are evident in the poetry of Statius (c. CE). His Silvae are thirty-two occasional poems. His masterpiece, the epic Thebaid, recounts the struggle for kingship between the two sons of Oedipus. The extant portion.
Thebaid, Books book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Statius published his Thebaid in the last decade of the first century /5. Statius: Thebaid. A new complete downloadable English translation of his epic of the Seven Against Thebes.
Statius published his Thebaid in the last decade of the first century. This epic recounting the struggle between the two sons of Oedipus for the kingship of Thebes is his masterpiece, a stirring exploration of the passions of civil war.
Loeb: Statius, Vol. II: Thebaid V-XII; Achilleid by Statius; J. Mozley, trans. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. This text provides the unadapted Latin text of the Thebaid Book Special Features Introduction to Statius's life and to the historical, social, and literary background of the Thebaid Same- and facing-page vocabulary and notes Discussion Questions Connections to the Aeneid Glossary of Poetic, Rhetorical, and Metrical Devices and Figures.
The Thebaid, a Latin epic in twelve books by Statius (c. C. E.) reexamines events following the abdication of Oedipus, focusing on the civil war between the brothers Eteocles, King of Thebes, and Polynices, who comes at the head of an army from Argos to claim his share of royal power.4/5().Statius has in mind the Virgilian "nox atra caput circumvolat" Aen.
vi (cf, also Hor. S. ii. 1. 58), but here it is the "saeva dies " that hovers round. but to beat on the earth was a recognized way of summoning infernal deities.The Thebaid.
Based on Statius' own testimony, the Thebaid was written c. 80 – c. 92 AD, beginning when the poet was aro and the work is thought to have been published in 91 or  The poem is divided into twelve books in imitation of Virgil's Aeneid and is composed in dactylic hexameter.