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Pliny's Praise
The Panegyricus in the Roman World

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Paul Roche, Carlos F. Noreña, D. C. Innes, Gesine Manuwald, Bruce Gibson, G. O. Hutchinson, John Henderson, Roger Rees
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  • Date Published: May 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107009059

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  • Pliny's Panegyricus (AD 100) survives as a unique example of senatorial rhetoric from the early Roman Empire. It offers an eyewitness account of the last years of Domitian's principate, the reign of Nerva and Trajan's early years, and it communicates a detailed senatorial view on the behaviour expected of an emperor. It is an important document in the development of the ideals of imperial leadership, but it also contributes greatly to our understanding of imperial political culture more generally. This volume, the first ever devoted to the Panegyricus, contains expert studies of its key historical and rhetorical contexts, as well as important critical approaches to the published version of the speech and its influence in antiquity. It offers scholars of Roman history, literature and rhetoric an up-to-date overview of key approaches to the speech, and students and interested readers an authoritative introduction to this vital and under-appreciated speech.

    • The first book in any language devoted to Pliny the Younger's Panegyricus
    • Written by an international team of experts who discuss the speech in the light of current issues and debates in the history and rhetorical history of the early Roman Empire
    • A full introduction serves as a general introduction to the speech, placing it within its various historical and rhetorical traditions and contexts
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    • Date Published: May 2011
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107009059
    • length: 218 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 160 x 15 mm
    • weight: 0.49kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Pliny's thanksgiving: an introduction to the Panegyricus Paul Roche
    2. Self-fashioning in the Panegyricus Carlos F. Noreña
    3. The Panegyricus and the monuments of Rome Paul Roche
    4. The Panegyricus and rhetorical theory D. C. Innes
    5. Ciceronian praise as a step towards Pliny's Panegyricus Gesine Manuwald
    6. Contemporary contexts Bruce Gibson
    7. Politics and the sublime in the Panegyricus G. O. Hutchinson
    8. Down the pan: historical exemplarity in the Panegyricus John Henderson
    9. Afterwords of praise Roger Rees.

  • Editor

    Paul Roche, University of Sydney
    Paul Roche is Senior Lecturer in Latin at the University of Sydney. He has published a number of articles and chapters on the literature and history of the early Roman Empire, and has a particular focus on politics and public imagery in Domitianic and Trajanic Rome. He is the author of Lucan, De Bello Civili Book 1: A Commentary (2009) and the editor (with W. J. Dominik and J. G. Garthwaite) of Writing Politics in Imperial Rome (2009).

    Contributors

    Paul Roche, Carlos F. Noreña, D. C. Innes, Gesine Manuwald, Bruce Gibson, G. O. Hutchinson, John Henderson, Roger Rees

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