Violeta Pérez Custodio

Violeta Pérez Custodio
Universidad de Cádiz | UCA · Department of Classical Philology

Doctorado en Filología Clásica

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In Córdoba, 1611 and Seville, 1625 the Spanish Jesuit Francisco de Castro published a rhetoric handbook entitled De arte rhetorica dialogi quatuor, at the end of which he included a list of specialized works in rhetoric (“Autorum elenchus”), which is a valuable document to further our knowledge of Jesuit bibliographical sources. This feature, uncom...
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El manuscrito 6513 de la Biblioteca Nacional de España contiene una extensa colección de textos producidos en escuelas jesuitas durante los siglos XVI y XVII. Entre estos materiales se encuentra una amplificación retórica de la fábula esópica del asno que, disfrazado con una piel de león, fue descubierto por una raposa. En el presente artículo se e...
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Retórica del infortunio: Persuasión, deleite y ejemplaridad en el siglo XVI. Sarissa Carneiro. Parecos y australes: Ensayos de Cultura de la Colonia 13. Madrid: Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2015. 236 pp. €28. - Volume 70 Issue 2 - M. Violeta Pérez Custodio
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This paper presents the finding of a copy of the progymnasmata collection published by Juan Lorenzo Palmireno in 1552. This opuscule, kept at the National Library of Portugal, is a key work for reconstructing the history of the text by Aphthonius in Spain during the sixteenth century. It also contains important information to complete the bio-bibli...
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This paper proposes that in the sixteenth Century the progymnasmata by the Pseudo-Hermogenes were not edited nor translated into Latin because of a lack of interest, but rather because of a lack of need. For humanists, Hermogenes was the author of a progymnasmata handbook originally written in Greek, but available in Latin through the well-known ad...
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This paper deals with the paedagogic strategies used by humanist Juan Lorenzo Palmireno to improve in his students the capacity for improvising in Latin and vernacular language correctly and fluently. This bilingual training programm is directly related to the rhetorical exercises included in the Segunda parte del Latino de repente, where this huma...
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This paper deals with the interest in the progymnasmata by Theon in Spain during the sixteenth century. Although this rhetorical work was not printed there either in Greek or in translation, it is possible to gather some information about the subject from the following four sources: themanuscript transmission of the text, the bibliographic informat...
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This paper aims to offer an example of the influence of ancient rhetoric in the first and second chapters of the first book of the Primera parte de los Comentarios reales by the Inca Garcilaso, where the author deals with several cosmographic and geographic topics under controversy, as it is usual in other chronicles of the Indies. In order to do i...
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This piece of work aims to study in depth the reception of the rhetorical exercise known in Latin as legislatio (confirmation or refutation of a law) in Renaissance Spain. The first part of this paper focuses on the difficulties of comprehension and interpretation faced by humanists who updated this effective training method. For those scholars the...
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This piece of work aims to study in depth the reception of the rhetorical exercise known in Latin as legislatio (confirmation or refutation of a law) in Renaissance Spain. The first part of this paper focuses on the difficulties of comprehension and interpretation faced by humanists who updated this effective training method. For those scholars the...
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This work tries to show that the translations of the classical texts done during the Renaissance can not be valued in relation to the respective modern editions. On the contrary, it is methodologically essential to compare the translation with the renacentist Latin edition. Otherwise we can consider faults in the renacentist translation what are ju...

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Código SOL-201500054148-TRA. Convocatoria INNOVA de Proyectos de Innovación y Mejora Docente para el curso 2015/2016 (UCA/R29REC/2015). - “Sal Musarum” is a project intended for creating and passing along material for the teaching of Classical Languages, specially Latin. It aims to offer new tools to help make progress in the learning of whatever classical language and culture you may have chosen to study. In order to do it, streamlined and fun texts are offered, as well as the chance to get to read or translate them easily, without the need to have a dictionary at hand. As we have in mind that not only reading but also listening are equally necessary, audiofiles are added to some texts. - “Sal Musarum” propositum est ad discendas linguas quae dicuntur classicas, praesertim Latinam dicatum. Cuius scopus quidem est instrumenta praebere noua, quae tibi, candide lector, sinant proficere et cultum linguamque classicam discendam callere. Quem ad finem locos scriptos expeditos et studium per gradus excitantes praebemus simulque uiam facilem ad eos legendos uel interpretandos sine ope continuato Lexici. Neque praetermitendum est esse maximi momenti non solum legere, sed etiam auscultare, unde nonnulli scripti loci documento suo sonoro stipati sunt.
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Pliniana: recepción, transmisión textual y pervivencia de la 'Naturalis Historia', con especial atención al Renacimiento y la introducción de los estudios plinianos en España (Nebrija, Flaminio Sículo, Villalobos, Pedro Mártir de Anglería...).Proyecto de Excelencia del Plan Nacional I+D "Corpus de la Literatura Latina del Renacimiento Español. VIII" [FFI2015-64490-P (MINECO/FEDER)] y de la Red de Excelencia "Europa Renascens. Biblioteca Digital de Humanismo y Tradición Clásica (España y Portugal)" (FFI2015-69200-REDT).