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The Eighth International Congress of the International Plutarch Society, 23 to 27 September 2008, University of Coimbra.

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Combra, 8th International Plutarch Society Congress September 23-27, 2008 Coimbra Portugal

  • Meeting: University of Coimbra, Instituto Universitario Justicia e Paz
  • Excursion: Visit to the Monastery of Batalha, Villa Romana of Santiago da Guarda, Villa Romana of Rabaçal,Penela, Roman city of Conimbriga
  • Dinner: Caves Sào João, Barrada

The congress proceedings are available in Symposion and Philanthropia in Plutarch, J. Ribeiro Ferreira, D. Leão, M. Tröster, and P. Barata Dias (eds). Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos da Universidade de Coimbra. 2009.

Alikin, V., “The reading of texts at the Graeco-Roman symposium and in the Christian gathering.”

Almagor, E., “A ‘barbarian’ symposium and the absence of philanthropia (Artaxerxes 15).”
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Badnall, T., “Harvesting the fruits of virtue: Philia, eros and arete in Plutarch.”
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Becchi, F., “La notion de philanthropia chez Plutarque: contexte social et sources philosophiques.”

Beck, M., “Cena apud Catones: ideology and sympotic behavior.”

Beneker, J., “Drunken violence and the transition of power in Plutarch’s Alexander.”

Beta, S., “Riddling at table. Trivial Ainigmata v. Philosophical Problemata.”

Brenk, F.E., “‘In learned conversation’. Plutarch’s symposiac literature and the elusive authorial voice.”

Candau Morón, J.M., “Filantropía en la Vida de Catón el Viejo.”

Chlup, J.T., “Crassus as symposiast in Plutarch’s Life of Crassus.”

D’Ippolito, G., “Plutarco e la lettura nel simposio.”

d e Blois, L., “Crossing status barriers: the disruption of an imperial banquet by angry soldiers in Plutarch’s Otho.”

Duff, T.E., “Plato’s Symposium and Plutarch’s Alcibiades.”

Fernández Delgado, J.A., “Trabajos y Días como hipotexto de las obras simposíacas de Plutarco.”

Fernández Zambudio, J., “Moderación en el simposio en Sobre la vida y poesía de Homero de Pseudo-Plutarco.”

Ferrari, F., “Simposio e filosofia: il problema del ‘Dio Geometra’.”

Gómez, P. and F. Mestre, “The banquets of Alexander.”

González Equihua, R., “El Banquete de los Siete Sabios como tour de force escolar.”

Gonzàlez Julià, L., “Plutarch’s techne rhetorike for the symposium in Quaestiones Convivales: the importance of speaking well to cultivate friendship.”

Jesus, C, “Dancing with Plutarch: Dance and dance theory in Plutarch’s Table Talk.”

Kim, L., “Historical Fiction, brachylogy, and Plutarch’s Banquet of the Seven Sages.”

Lauwers, J., “‘Vinous Babbling’. The symposium in Plutarch’s Table Talk VII, 9-VIII, Proem (714A-717A) and Maximus of Tyre’s Oration XXII.”

Leão, D.F., “The tyrannos as a sophos in the Septem Sapientium Convivium.”

Lopes, R., “The omnipresence of philosophy in Plutarch’s Quaestiones Convivales.”

Molina Marín, A.I., “Política y confrontación en los banquetes macedonios en la obra de Plutarco.”

Muñoz Gallarte, I., “El banquete traicionero en las Vidas de Plutarco.”

Newmyer, S.T., “Animal Philanthropia in the Convivium Septem Sapientium.”

Nikolaidis, A.G., “Philanthropia as sociabilility and Plutarch’s unsociable heroes.”

Pérez Jiménez, A., “Astrometeorología e influencia lunar en las Quaestiones Convivales de Plutarco.”

Pinheiro, J.J.S., “O sentido de philanthropia nas biografias de Coriolano, Cícero e Catão de Útica.”

Ramón Palerm, V. M., “Amistad, Filantropía, y eros en la paideia Plutarquea: la Vida de Catón el Viejo.”

Rocha Júnior, R.A., “Music and symposium in Plutarch’s Convivium Septem Sapientium: a brief note.”

Rodrigues, Á. R.C., “And who did not attend the banquet? Evocative contexts of women in Plutarch’s
Quaestiones Convivales.”

Rodrigues, N.S., “Festins de sangue: a tradição do banquete aziago em Plutarco.”

Romero González, D., “Veneno simposíaco: envenenamiento en los banquetes en la obra plutarquea.”

Roskam, G., “Educating the Young…over wine? Plutarch, Calvenus Taurus, and Favorinus as convivial teachers.”

Santa Bárbara, M.L., “Eros em Plutarco e a apologia do amor conjugal.”

Scannapieco, R., “Krasis oinou diken. Amore coniugale e linguaggio del simposio nell’Amatorius di Plutarco.”

Setaioli, A., “Truffles and Thunderbolts (Plu., Quaest. conv. 4.2, 1-2).”

Stadter, P.A., “Leading the party, leading the city: the symposiarch as politikos.”

Teodorsson, S.-T., “The Place of Plutarch in the Literary Genre of Symposium.”

Titchener, F.B., “The role of reality in Plutarch’s Quaestiones Convivales.”

Tröster, M., “Banquet and philhellenism in the Lives of Flamininus and Aemilius Paullus.”

Várzeas, M., “Tragedy and philanthropia in the Lives of Demosthenes and Cicero.”

Vela Tejada, J. “El Banquete de los Siete Sabios de Plutarco y los temas de sabiduría práctica.”

Vicente Sánchez, A., “Influencia de los progymnasmata en la composición de los symposia de Plutarco: el caso de El Banquete de los Siete Sabios.”

Volpe Cacciatore, P., “È il dio degli Stoici filantropo?”


 

 


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