Complicating the history of western translation : the ancient Mediterrannean in perspective / edited by Siobhán McElduff and Enrica Sciarrino. - Manchester, UK ; Kinderhook, NY : St. Jerome Pub., 2011. - 229 p.

Introduction: A Sea of Languages: Complicating the History of Western Translation / Siobhán McElduff and Enrica Sciarrino -- PART 1: THE TRANSLATOR AS AGENT -- 1. A Handbook for the Translation of Greek Myth into Latin: Parthenius, Gallus, and the Erotica Pathemata / Kristopher Fletcher -- 2. Sappho Under My Skin: Catullus and the Translation of Erotic Lyric at Rome / Elizabeth Marie Young -- 3. Cicero’s Translation of Greek Philosophy: Personal Mission or Public Service? / Han Baltussen -- PART 2: TRANSLATION AS MONUMENT -- 4. Bilingual Inscriptions and Translation in the Ancient Mediterranean World / -- Jennifer Larson -- 5. The Translation Politics of a Political Translation: The Case of Augustus’ Res Gestae / Sophia Papaioannou -- PART 3: TRANSLATION AND THE CO-CIRCULATION OF THE SOURCE TEXT -- 6. Translation and Directionality in the Hebrew-Greek Tradition / Dries De Crom -- 7. The Political Aims of Lucretius’ Translation of Thucydides / Edith Foster -- 8. Horace and the Con/straints of Translation / Diana Spencer -- PART 4: TRANSLATING CULTURES, CULTURAL RESPONSES, AND RESISTANCE TO TRANSLATION -- 9. Herodotus and Ctesias: Translators of the Oriental Past / Jan P. Stronk -- 10. How Not to Translate: Lucian’s Games with the Name(s) of the Syrian Goddess / Daniel Richter -- 11. Translating Rome: Plutarch’s Skeptical Etymology in Romulus and Numa / Bradley Buszard -- PART 5: TRANSLATION BEFORE TRANSLATION THEORY/TRANSLATION AFTER TRANSLATION THEORY -- 12. Translation among the Hittites / Dennis Campbell -- 13. Three Histories of Translation: Translating in Egypt, Translating Egypt, Translating Egyptian / Thomas Schneider


Catulo, Cayo Valerio
Cicerón, Marco Tulio
Augusto, Emperador de Roma RES GESTAE
Horacio Flaco, Quinto
Lucrecio Caro, Tito
Luciano de Samósata
Plutarco ROMULUS
Plutarco NUMA




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