ANDARE A TEATRO A ROMA NEL I SEC. A.C. Generi drammatici e poeti, teatri, attori e pubblico. Giornate di Studio del 7-8 novembre 2019, Università Cattolica del S.C. di Milano

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] GOING TO THEATER IN ROME IN THE I SEC. B.C. Dramatic genres and poets, theaters, actors and audiences. Study Days of 7-8 November 2019, Catholic University of the S.C. from Milan

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Abstract

The volume collects nine contributions on the historical, political and social framework of theater in Rome in the first century BC reconstructing a framework thank to references to the previous and subsequent centuries and an interdisciplinary method. Each contribution uses a different disciplinary approach: archaeology, history of theatrical architecture, history of literature, philology, history of performative arts and genres, political history of Rome during the civil wars and the beginning of the Principate, history of Roman culture between conservatism and innovation. An Introduction presents a synthetic framework, more complete than those already available on Roman theatre of this age.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] GOING TO THEATER IN ROME IN THE I SEC. B.C. Dramatic genres and poets, theaters, actors and audiences. Study Days of 7-8 November 2019, Catholic University of the S.C. from Milan
Original languageItalian
PublisherEDUCatt - Ente per il Diritto allo Studio Universitario dell’Università Cattolica
Number of pages151
Volume2021
ISBN (Print)9788893358781
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Roma
  • Teatro
  • commedie
  • generi teatrali
  • mimi
  • pantomime
  • pubblico teatrale
  • strutture teatrali
  • testi teatrali latini frammentari
  • tragedie

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