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Nijmegen/Castle Hernen

The Sixth International Congress of the International Plutarch Society, 1 to 5 May 2002, University of Nijmegen.

The congress proceedings are available in The Statesman in Plutarch’s Works. Volume I: Plutarch’s Statesman and His Aftermath: Political, Philosophical, and Literary Aspects and The Statesman in Plutarch’s Works. Volume II: The Statesman in Plutarch’s Greek and Roman Lives. L. de Blois, J. Bons, T. Kessels, and D.M. Schenkeveld (eds). Brill, London, 2004.

Aguilar, R.Ma., “Matrimonios politicos en Roma.”

Alesse, F., “Fonti socratiche e stoiche nella Vita Alcibiadis.”

Beck, M., “Plutarch on the Statesman’s Independence of Action.”

Beneker, J., “Thematic Correspondences in Plutarch’s Lives of Caesar, Pompey, and Crassus.”

Bons, J.A.E., “Plutarch as Source for Early Greek Rhetoric. The Case of Gorgias Frg. 23 DK.”

Bos, A.P., “The Dreaming Kronos as World Archon in Plutarch’s De facie in orbe lunae.”

Boulet, B., “Is Numa the Genuine Philosopher King?”

Boulogne, J., “L’imaginaire politique de Plutarque.”

Bowie, E.L., “Poetry and Music in the Life of Plutarch’s Statesman.”

Bremer, J.M., “Plutarch and the ‘Liberation of Greece’.”

Brenk, F.E., “O Sweet Mystery of the Lives! The Eschatological Dimension of Plutarch’s Biographies.”

Buszard, B., “The Decline of the Roman Republic in Pyrrhus-Marius.”

Calero Secall, I., “Presencia de las ideas políticas de Aristóteles en Plutarco.”

Cook, B.L., “Plutarch’s ‘Many Other’ Imitable Events: Mor. 814B and the Statesman’s Duty.”

Dana, Y., “The First Printing of the Lives in 1517. A Possible Link with the Distant Past.”

de Blois, L., “Classical and Contemporary Statesmen In Plutarch’s Praecepta.”

Duff, T.E., “The First Five Anecdotes of Plutarch’s Life of Alkibiades.”

Durán López, M.A., “Plutarco, ciudadano griego y súbdito romano.”

Geiger, J., “Death of a Statesman: Poussin’s Phocion.”

Gilabert Barberà, P., “John Addington Symonds. A Problem in Greek Ethics. Plutarch’s Eroticus quoted only in some Footnotes? Why?”

Gippert, S., “The Poet and the Statesman: Plutarchan Biography in Eighteenth Century England.”

Harrison, G.W.M., “Plutarch the Dramaturg: Statecraft as Stagecraft in the Lives.”

Hershbell, J.P., “Plutarch’s Political Philosophy: Peripatetic and Platonic.”

Hoff, M., “Athens honors Pompey the Great.”

Holland, L., “Plutarch’s Aemilius Paullus and the Model of the Philosopher Statesman.”

Hunink, V., “Plutarch and Apuleius.”

Ingenkamp, H.G., “How to Present a Statesman?”

Keaveney, A., “Sulla the Warlord and Other Mythical Beasts.”

Keulen, W., “Lucius’ Kinship Diplomacy: Plutarchan Reflections in an Apuleian Character.”

Larmour, D.H.J., “Statesman and Self in the Parallel Lives.”

McInerney, J., “‘Do you see what I see?’: Plutarch and Pausanias at Delphi.”

Muccioli, F., “Gli onori divini per Lisandro a Samo. A proposito di Plutarchus, Lysander 18.”

Pelling, C.B.R., “Do Plutarch’s Politicians Never Learn?”

Pérez Jiménez, A., “Los héroes de Plutarco y su elección entre la justicia y la utilidad.”

Prandi, L., “Singolare e plurale nelle Vite greche di Plutarco.”

Roskam, G., “Plutarch’s Life of Agis, or the Honourable Course of a Beginning Politician.”

Saïd, S., “Plutarch and the People in the Parallel Lives.”

Salcedo Parrondo, M., “Retórica visual y carácter politico, Alc. 10: un modelo negativo de enargeia.”

Schettino, M.T., “I soggetti politici e i conflitti civili del 68/69 d.C. in Plutarco.”

Schmidt, T.S., “Barbarians in Plutarch’s Political Thought.”

Späth, T., “Das Politische und der Einzelne: Figurenkonstruktion in Biographie und Geschichtsschreibung.”

Stadter, P.A., “Plutarch: Diplomat for Delphi?”

Teodorsson, S.-T., “Timoleon, the Fortunate General.”

Trapp, M., “Statesmanship in a Minor Key?”

Tröster, M., “Hellenism and Tryphê in Plutarch’s Life of Lucullus.”

Van der Stockt , L., “‘With followeth Justice always’ (Plato, Laws 716a). Plutarch on the ‘Divinity’ of Rulers and

van Gemert, G., “Plutarch in den deutschen Landen in der Frühen Neuzeit.”

van Raalte, M., “More philosophico: Political Virtue and Philosophy in Plutarch’s Lives.”

Verdegem, S., “De Gloria Alcibiadis. Alcibiades’ Military Value and its Relation to his doxa in Plutarch’s Alcibiades.”

Zadorojnyi, A.V., “‘Stabbed with Large Pens’: Trajectories of Literacy in Plutarch’s Lives.”


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