Las cuatro muertes de Cleonice: poder, sexo, violencia y fantasmas
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Sánchez Mañas, Carmen
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Greek tradition links the death of regent Pausanias of Sparta with ghosts. In this paper, we focus on the well-known episode that revolves around Pausanias himself and a Byzantine maiden and is transmitted by Aristodemus, Plutarch and Pausanias Periegetes. The multiplicity of versions demands a comparative analysis, which we carry out taking into account the three spaces where the narrative action takes place (civic, intimate and ritual spaces). Results indicate a concordance between Plutarch and Pausanias Periegetes, as well as a dissonance between them and Aristodemus. This difference especially affects the narrative treatment of the maiden, a ghost properly so-called in Plutarch and Pausanias Periegetes, but not in Aristodemus.

    Sánchez Mañas, Carmen. Las cuatro muertes de Cleonice: poder, sexo, violencia y fantasmas. En: Studia philologica valentina, 21 2019: 231-242

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