Atteggiamenti verso la divinità in Ovidio elegiaco (Am. 3.3 e Ars am. 1.631 sgg.)

Marco Scaffai

Abstract


Ovid, exploiting – sometimes passionately, sometimes parodically – the theme of unfaithfulness and perjury apparently not punished by gods, shows how different the mentality of Roman learned circles was from the traditional values of Augustan cultural policy.

Keywords


Ovidius; Augustan culture; Latin elegy; parody

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14601/prometheus-18962



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