Deipnosophistae

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Athenaeus, Deipnosophistae: prima pagina textus nobis servati. Bibliotheca Marciana Venetiarum MS. Gr. Z. 447 f. 1r

Deipnosophistae (Δειπνοσoφισταί, scilicet "professores cenarum") est dialogus Graece scriptus saeculo III ineunte ab Athenaeo Naucratita.

In hoc opere triginta personae, celebrantes Romae festos dies quondam Parilia nuncupatos, de permultis rebus disserunt, luxuriis, amoribus, musica, facetiis, philologia Graeca, sed praesertim de cibo, vino, ebrietate, cenis, conviviis. Citantur auctores fere 800, opera fere 2 000 scriptorum Graecorum antiquorum maxima parte deperdita.

Deipnosophistae in quindecim libris divisae sunt. Manuscriptus unus tantum hoc opus nobis praebet, videlicet Marcianus 447 ("A" apud editores), e quo libri I et II, prima pars libri III, ultima libri XV pagina aliaequa paginae paucae deperditae sunt. Ea quae nobis carent partim ex epitoma Deipnosophistarum restitui possunt, recensione abbreviata saeculo XII composita res librorum quindecim comprehendente.

Res principales[recensere | fontem recensere]

Textus Deipnosophistarum epitomaeque secundum paginas editionis Casauboni (1598) citari solet. Numeri paginarum sectionesque a-f cuiusque paginae in marginibus editionum recentiorum fere omnium recitantur.

  • Liber I: Epitome 1a-3f : praefatio; de forma operis
  • Epitome 3f-8e : de ganeonibus
  • Epitome 8e-19a et 24b-25f : de vita heroum Homericorum
  • Epitome 19a-23a : de ioculatoribus lusoribusque et saltatoribus
  • Epitome 23a-24b : potare et comedere
  • Epitome 25f-34e; Liber II: Epitome 35a-40f : de vino et ebrietate
  • Epitome 40f-47a : de aqua
  • Epitome 47a-49d : de epulis et tricliniis
  • Epitome 49d-71f; Liber III: Epitome 72a-73e, textus plenus 74a-85c : de fructibus holeribusque
  • 85c-94b : de conchyliis
  • 94c-104c : de omasis carnibusque variis
  • 104c-108f : de cammaris, iecure, cibo marino
  • 108f-116a : de pane
  • 116a-121e : de salsamentis
  • 121e-125f : de usu glaciei
  • 125f-127d : de placenta
  • Liber IV: 128a-169b : de cenis Macedonum Graecorum aliorumque
  • 169b-174a : de instrumento coquinario
  • 174a-185a : de instrumentis musicis
  • Liber V: 186a-193c : de symposiis Homericis
  • 193c-211d : de conviviis Hellenisticis
  • 211d-222b : de luxu(fr) philosophorum
  • Liber VI: 222a[bis]-228c : de piscatoribus
  • 228c-234c : de instrumento cenatico
  • 234c-262a : de parasitis
  • 262a-270e : de servis
  • 270e-275b; Liber VII: 275e-330c Liber VIII: 330f-365a : de piscibus
  • Liber IX: 366a-368f : de perna
  • 368f-376c et 384a-411a : de holeribus et carnibus animalium volatiliumque
  • 376c-383f : de coquis
  • Liber X: 412a-448b : de ganeonibus potoribusque
  • 448b-459c : de aenigmatibus
  • Liber XI: 459a[bis]-503f et Epitome 781c-784d : de vasis potoriis
  • 503f-509e : de Platonis malitia
  • Liber XII: 510a-554f : de luxu(fr)
  • Liber XIII: 555a-572d : de mulieribus
  • 572d-596f : de hetaeris
  • 596f-601e et 610b-612f : de amore
  • 601e-606b : de homosexualitate
  • 606b-610b : de amore animalium
  • Liber XIV: 613a-616e : de iocis
  • 616e-639a : de musica
  • 639b-658e : de secundis mensis
  • 658e-664f : de coquis
  • Liber XV: 665a-670f : de cottabo
  • 670f-686c : de coronis
  • 686c-693f : de aromatibus
  • 693f-699c : de scoliis
  • 699d-700e et Epitome 700f-702c : de taedis

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Editio Casauboni anno 1657 reimpressa
Deipnosophistae, 1535
Editiones et versiones
Commentarii
Eruditio recentior
  • D. Ambaglio, "I Deipnosofisti di Ateneo e la tradizione storica frammentaria" in Athenaeum vol. 78 (1990) pp. 51-64
  • Barry Baldwin, "Athenaeus and His Work" in Acta Classica vol. 19 (1976) pp. 21-42 JSTOR
  • Aurélien Berra, "Athénée et le style" in Pierre Chiron, Carlos Lévy, edd., Les Noms du style dans l’Antiquité gréco-romaine (Lovanii: Peeters, 2010) pp. 253-278
  • David Braund, John Wilkins, edd., Athenaeus and his world: reading Greek culture in the Roman Empire. Exoniae: University of Exeter Press, 2000
  • Jerzy Danielewicz, "Poetic Quotations and Discourse Strategies in Athenaeus" in Eos vol. 93 (2006) pp. 116-130
  • I. Düring, "De Athenaei Dipnosophistarum indole atque dispositione" in Apophoreta Gotoburgensia Vilelmo Lundström oblata (Gothenburgi, 1936) pp. 226-270
  • Robert J. Gorman, Vanessa B. Gorman, Corrupting Luxury in Ancient Greek Literature. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2014
  • Catherine Grandjean, Anna Heller, Jocelyne Peigney, A la table des rois: luxe et pouvoir dans l'oeuvre d'Athénée. Redonis: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2013. ISBN 978-2-7535-2888-8
  • Madeleine Henry, "The Edible Woman: Athenaeus's Concept of the Pornographic" in Amy Richlin, ed., Pornography and Representation in Greece and Rome (Oxoniae, 1992) pp. 250-268
  • Christian Jacob, "Ateneo, o il dedalo delle parole" in Luciano Canfora et al., edd., Ateneo: I deipnosofisti: i dotti a banchetto (Romae: Salerno editrice, 2001) vol. 1 pp. xi-cxvi
  • Christian Jacob, "La Citation comme performance dans les Deipnosophistes d'Athénée" in Catherine Darbo-Peschanski, ed., La Citation dans l'antiquité (Gratianopoli: Millon, 2004) pp. 147-174
  • Christian Jacob, Faut-il prendre les Deipnosophistes au sérieux? Lutetiae: Les Belles Lettres, 2020 recensio versionis Anglicae antea divulgatae
  • Jeroen Lauwers, "The Dictates of Language: Food, Words, and Narcissism in Athenaeus's Dinner of the Sophists" in Arethusa vol. 49 (2016) pp. 47-60 JSTOR
  • Dominique Lenfant, "Peut-on se fier aux “fragments” des historiens? L’exemple des citations d’Hérodote" in Ktema vol. 24 (1999) pp. 103-121
  • Dominique Lenfant, ed., Athénée et les fragments d'historiens: actes du colloque de Strasbourg (16-18 juin 2005). Lutetiae: De Boccard, 2007. ISBN 9782701802305 Textus
  • Pauline A. Leven, "New Music and its Myths: Athenaeus' reading of the aulos revolution ("Deipnosophistae" 14.616E-617F)" in Journal of Hellenic Studies vol. 130 (2010) pp. 35-47 JSTOR
  • Lajos Nyikos, Athenaeus quo consilio quibusque usus subsidiis Dipnosophistarum libros composuerit. Basileae, 1941; De hoc libro; recensio apud JSTOR
  • John Paulas, "How to Read Athenaeus' Deipnosophists" in American Journal of Philology vol. 133 (2012) pp. 403-439 Textus
  • Christopher Pelling, "Athenaeus and the Historians" (recensio operis Lenfant, ed. (2005)) in Classical Review n.s. vol. 59 (2009) pp. 428-431
  • Lucía Rodríguez-Noriega Guillén, "Greek and Latin in the late second and early third centuries CE: Athenaeus of Naucratis and Claudius Aelian" in J. B. Torres Guerra, ed., Utroque sermone nostro: bilingüismo social y literario en el imperio de Roma (Pampelunae, 2011) pp. 83-98
  • Renate Schlesier, "A Sophisticated hetaira at Table: Athenaeus’ Sappho" in Bruno Currie, Ian Rutherford, edd., The Reception of Greek Lyric Poetry in the Ancient World: Transmission, Canonization and Paratext (Lugduni Batavorum: Brill, 2019) pp. 342-372 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • M. B. Trapp, recensio operis Olson, ed. (2006-2012) vol. 1-2 in International Journal of the Classical Tradition vol. 16 (2009) pp. 116-120 JSTOR
  • John Wilkins, Athenaeus the Navigator" in Journal of Hellenic Studies vol. 128 (2008) pp. 132-152 JSTOR
  • John Wilkins, Shaun Hill, "The sources and sauces of Athenaeus" in John Wilkins, David Harvey, Mike Dobson, edd., Food in antiquity (Exoniae: Exeter University Press, 1995) pp. 429-438
  • Giuseppe Zecchini, La cultura storica di Ateneo. Vita e pensiero, 1989. ISBN 8834303466
De singulis rebus fontibusque
  • W. G. Arnott, ed., Alexis: the fragments (Cantabrigiae, 1996) pp. 34–41
  • W. G. Arnott, "On editing comic fragments from literary and lexicographical sources" in D. Harvey, J. Wilkins, edd., The Rivals of Aristophanes (Londinii: Duckworth, 2000) pp. 1–13
  • Krystyna Bartol, "The Voice of Tradition: Representations of Homeric Singers in Athenaeus 1.14a-d" in Classical Quarterly n.s. vol. 57 (2007) pp. 231-243 JSTOR
  • Monica Berti et al., "Documenting Homeric Text Re-use in the "Deipnosophistae" of Athenaeus of Naucratis" in Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies vol. 59 (2016) pp. 121-139 JSTOR
  • Ewen Bowie, "Athenaeus’ knowledge of early Greek elegiac and iambic poetry" in David Braund, John Wilkins, edd., Athenaeus and his world: reading Greek culture in the Roman Empire (Exoniae: University of Exeter Press, 2000) pp. 124–135
  • Jean-Claude Carrière, "Les citations de Xénophon dans le Banquet des sophistes d'Athénée" in Troïka. Parcours antiques. Mélanges offerts à Michel Woronoff (Collection de l'Institut des Sciences et Techniques de l'Antiquité, 2007) pp. 219-240
  • P. Cipolla, "Su alcuni citazioni Euripidee in Ate"” in David Braund, John Wilkins, edd., Athenaeus and his world: reading Greek culture in the Roman Empire (Exoniae: University of Exeter Press, 2000) pp. 203–217
  • Mark De Kreij, "Οὔκ ἐστι Σαπφοῦς τοῦτο τὸ ᾆσμα: Variants of Sappho's Songs in Athenaeus' Deipnosophistae" in Journal of Hellenic Studies vol. 136 (2016) pp. 59-72 JSTOR
  • Robert J. Gorman, Vanessa B. Gorman, "The Tryphê of the Sybarites: A Historiographical Problem in Athenaeus" in The Journal of Hellenic Studies vol. 127 (2007) pp. 38-60 JSTOR
  • R. Hawley, "Pretty, Witty and Wise: courtesans in Athenaeus' Deipnosophistai book 13" in International Journal of Moral and Social Sciences vol. 8 (1993) pp. 73-91
  • Laura McClure, Courtesans at Table. Gender and Literary Culture in Athenaeus. Novi Eboraci: Routledge, 2003
  • Laura McClure, "Subversive Laughter: The Sayings of Courtesans in Book 13 of Athenaeus' Deipnosophistae" in American Journal of Philology vol. 124 (2003) pp. 259-294 JSTOR
  • Ivan Matijašić, "Herodotus in the Theatre at Alexandria? On Athenaeus 14.620d" in Journal of Hellenic Studies vol. 139 (2019) pp. 83-93 JSTOR
  • Lucía Rodríguez-Noriega Guillén, "Autoridad e inspiración en época imperial: análisis de algunos pasajes paralelos en Ateneo y Eliano" in Fortunatae no. 32 (2020) pp. 643-663
  • R. Quaglia, "Citazioni di Aristofane e della comedia in Ateneo" in Maia vol. 53 (2001) pp. 611–633
  • Luciana Romeri, "Platon chez Athénée" in Catherine Darbo-Peschanski, ed., La Citation dans l'antiquité (Gratianopoli: Millon, 2004) pp. 175-188
  • K. Sidwell, "Athenaeus, Lucian and fifth-century comedy" in David Braund, John Wilkins, edd., Athenaeus and his world: reading Greek culture in the Roman Empire (Exoniae: University of Exeter Press, 2000) pp. 136–152
  • Michael Witty, "Athenaeus describes the most ancient intellectual property" in Prometheus vol. 35 (2017) pp. 137–143
De dialogo personisque
  • Barry Baldwin, "The Minor Characters in Athenaeus" in Acta Classica vol. 20 (1977) pp. 37-48 JSTOR
  • Alessandra Lukinovich, "The play of reflections between literary form and the sympotic theme in the Deipnosophistae of Athenaeus" in Oswyn Murray, ed., Sympotica (Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1990) pp. 263-271 (This is apparently the first literary study of Athenaeus in over half a century, ait Richard Hamilton)
  • Luciana Romeri, Philosophes entre mots et mets: Plutarque, Lucien et Athénée autour de la table de Platon (Gratianopoli: Millon, 2002) pp. 278-290
De traditione et fortuna

Nexus interni

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Si plus cognoscere vis, vide etiam Deipnosophistarum epitome#Nexus externi.
Libri manuscripti
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