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The Seventh International Congress of the International Plutarch Society, 4 to 8 May 2005, University of Crete.

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The congress proceedings are available in The Unity of Plutarch’s Work: ‘Moralia’ Themes in the ‘Lives’, Features of the ‘Lives’ in the ‘Moralia’, A.G. Nikolaidis (ed). Walter de Gruyter, Berlin. 2008.

Aguilar, R.Ma., “Pharmakon en Plutarco.”

Alexiou, E., “Eunoia bei Plutarch: von den Praecepta Gerendae Reipublicae zu den Viten.”

Ash, R., “Standing in the Shadows: Plutarch and the Emperors in the Lives and Moralia.”

Beneker, J., “Plutarch on the Role of Eros in a Marriage.”

Billault, A., “Plutarque et la scène du banquet.”

Boulet, B., “Why Does Plutarch’s Apollo Have Many Faces?”

Boulogne, J., “Les digressions scientifiques dans les Vies de Plutarque.”

Bowie, E., “Plutarch’s Habits of Citation: Aspects of Difference.”

Bréchet, C., “Grecs, Macédoniens et Romains au ‘test’ d’Homère. Référence homérique et hellénisme chez Plutarque.”

Brenk, F.E., “Setting a Good Exemplum. Case Studies in the Moralia, the Lives as Case Studies.”

Calero Secall, I., “Las Vidas frente a los Moralia en las alusiones plutarqueas sobre Solón.”

Capriglione, J., “Sempre in bilico tra vizi e virtù.”

Castelnérac, B., “Plutarch’s Life of Lycurgus and the Philosophical Use of Discourse.”

Cooper, C., “The Moral Interplay Between Plutarch’s Political Precepts and Life of Demosthenes.”

Da Rocha Júnior, R.A., “Plutarch and the Music.”

de Blois, L., “The Ideal Statesman: A Commonplace in Plutarch’s Political Treatises, His Solon, and His Lycurgus.”

Dillon, J., “Dion and Brutus: Philosopher Kings Adrift in a Hostile World.”

Duff, T.E., “How Lives Begin.”

Durán Mañas, M., “La dinastía de los Ptolomeos en Plutarco: etopeya de los personajes.”

Fernández Delgado, J.A., “On the Problematic Classification of Some Rhetorical Elements in Plutarch.”

FitzGibbon, P.M., “Boethus and Cassius: Two Epicureans in Plutarch.”

Gallé Cejudo, R.J., “Plutarco y la elegía helenística.”

Geiger, J., “Lives and Moralia: How Were Put Asunder What Plutarch Hath Joined Together.”

Harrison, G.W.M. and J. Francis, “Plutarch in Crete.”

Hershbell, J.P., “Plutarch on Solon and Sophia.”

Horster, M., “Some Notes on Grammarians in Plutarch.”

Ingenkamp, H.G., “Moralia in the Lives: The Charge of Rashness in Pelopidas/Marcellus.”

Koulakiotis, E., “Greek Lawgivers in Plutarch: A comparison Between the Biographical Lycurgus and the Rhetorical Alexander.”

Leão, D.F., “Plutarch and the Character of the Sapiens.”

Liddel, P., “Scholarship and Morality: Plutarch’s Use of Inscriptions.”

Marasco, G., “Donne, cultura e società nelle Vite Parallele di Plutarco.”

Muccioli, F., “‘Fania di Lesbo, un filosofo e assai esperto di ricerca storica’ (Plut., Them., 13, 5). Plutarco e i rapporti tra biografia, storia e filosofia etica.”

Muñoz Gallarte, I., “El judaísmo en las Vitae y Moralia de Plutarco.”

Nikolaidis, A.G., “Plutarch’s Heroes in the Moralia: a Matter of Variatio or Another (More Genuine) Outlook?”

Papadi, D., “Moralia in the Lives: Tragedy and Theatrical Imagery in Plutarch’s Pompey.”

Pelling, C., “Parallel Narratives: the Liberation of Thebes in De Genio Socratis and in Pelopidas.”

Pérez Jiménez, A., “El trofeo de Maratón: Adaptación y desarrollo de un tópico ético en Plutarco.”

Plese, Z., “Deformity (anapêria): Plutarch’s Views of Reproduction and Imperfect Generation in the Moralia and Lives.”

Pordomingo Pardo, F., “La reutilización de citas de epigramas: una manifestación del diálogo intratextual en el corpus plutarqueo.”

Ramón Palerm, V., “Recursos humorísticos en la obra de Plutarco.”

Romero González, D., “El prototipo de mujer espartana en Plutarco.”

Roskam, G., “Two Roads to Politics. Plutarch on the Statesman’s Entry in Political Life.”

Schrader, C., “Plutarco (Cim. 13, 4) y las islas Quelidonias.”

Soares, C., “Parent-Child Affection and Social Relationships in Plutarch: Comment Elements in Consolatio ad uxorem and Vitae.”

Stadter, P.A., “Notes and Anecdotes: Observations on Cross-Genre Apophthegmata.”

Teodorsson, S.-T., “The Education of Rulers in Theory (Mor.) and Practice (Vitae).”

Titchener, F.B., “Is Plutarch’s Nicias Devout, Superstitious, or Both?”

Tröster, M., “Struggling with the Plêthos: Politics and Military Leadership in Plutarch’s Life of Lucullus.”

Tsouvala, G., “Integrating Marriage and Homonoia.”

Van der Stockt, L., “Self-esteem and Image-building. On Anger in De cohibenda ira and in Some Lives.”

Van Hoof, L., “Genres and Their Implications: Meddlesomeness in On Curiosity versus the Lives.”

Vela Tejada, J., “El Banquete de los Siete Sabios y la Vida de Solón de Plutarco: mito politico y contexto literario.”

Verdegem, S., “Plutarch’s Quaestioes Romanae and his Lives of Early Romans.”

Vicente Sánchez, A., “Plutarco compositor de Vitae y Moralia: análisis intratextual.”

Volpe Cacciatore, P., “Due testi a confronto: De Iside 352F-353E—Quaestio convivalis VIII, 8 728C-730F.”


 


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