Shining castles and humans of metal/floral appearance ? metaphorical language in the Palaiologan romances Kallimachos and Velthandros
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dc.contributor.author Fonseca, Rui Carlos es
dc.date.accessioned 2021-02-17T08:13:29Z
dc.date.available 2021-02-17T08:13:29Z
dc.date.issued 2019 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/77789
dc.description.abstract About eight centuries after Heliodorus, the Greek novel resurfaced in the twelfth century, in Komnenian Byzantium, and again two centuries later under the Palaiologan dynasty. This latter literary revival was due to the political stability of the imperial Byzantine government, which promoted cultural production, rhetorical education, and patronage networks. Kallimachos and Velthandros, two Palaiologan romances presented as court literature, combine ancient and medieval tropes with rhetorical artistry to blur the boundaries between the artificial and the natural. Castles and objects made of precious metals thus resemble living, natural spaces, and human characters are portrayed in metallurgical, anthomorphic, and zoomorphic terms. es
dc.source Fonseca, Rui Carlos. Shining castles and humans of metal/floral appearance ? metaphorical language in the Palaiologan romances Kallimachos and Velthandros. En: Studia philologica valentina, 21 2019: 83-100 es
dc.subject 1135-9560 8276 Studia philologica valentina 536436 2019 21 7225814 Shining castles and humans of metal/floral appearance ? metaphorical language in the Palaiologan romances Kallimachos and Velthandros Fonseca es
dc.subject Rui Carlos About eight centuries after Heliodorus es
dc.subject the Greek novel resurfaced in the twelfth century es
dc.subject in Komnenian Byzantium es
dc.subject and again two centuries later under the Palaiologan dynasty. This latter literary revival was due to the political stability of the imperial Byzantine government es
dc.subject which promoted cultural production es
dc.subject rhetorical education es
dc.subject and patronage networks. Kallimachos and Velthandros es
dc.subject two Palaiologan romances presented as court literature es
dc.subject combine ancient and medieval tropes with rhetorical artistry to blur the boundaries between the artificial and the natural. Castles and objects made of precious metals thus resemble living es
dc.subject natural spaces es
dc.subject and human characters are portrayed in metallurgical es
dc.subject anthomorphic es
dc.subject and zoomorphic terms. Palaiologan romance ? Homeric model ? ekphrasis ? metaphorical language ? simile 83 100 https://pages.uv.es/SPhV/cas/numero21.wiki es
dc.title Shining castles and humans of metal/floral appearance ? metaphorical language in the Palaiologan romances Kallimachos and Velthandros es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::CIENCIAS DE LAS ARTES Y LAS LETRAS es
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