Prud. psych. 1 – 4: l’invocazione e l’aretalogia relativa al Figlio. Wiener Studien|Wiener Studien 130 130|

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June 26, 2017

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400,Classical Philology


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« Prud. psych. 1 – 4: l’invocazione e l’aretalogia relativa al Figlio. Wiener Studien|Wiener Studien 130 130| », Elektronisches Publikationsportal der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschafte, ID : 10.1553/wst130s269


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This paper aims to provide a new insight into the first four lines of the hexametric section of Prudentius’ Psychomachia, which include the opening invocation to Christ (Prud. psych. 1) and the dense aretalogical section dedicated to the Son (Prud. psych. 2 – 4). Their theological implications will be analysed in the light of contemporary Western Christology, highlighting in particular the affinities between the implicit anti-heretical concerns of the Spanish poet and the orthodox pronunciations by Hilarius of Poitiers (De trinitate) and Ambrose (De fide).

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