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LAW, RELIGION AND RHETORIC IN CICEROS PRO MURENA

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LAW, RELIGION AND RHETORIC IN CICEROS PRO MURENA
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Akció: 4 235 Ft4235
Kezdete: 2017.06.01   A készlet erejéig!

Szerző: Nótári Tamás

Dialóg Campus Kiadó, 2008

 

Marcus Tullius Cicero delivered his speech in 63 b.c. in defence of Lucius Licinius Murena, who was charged with election fraud (ambitus). The condemnation of Murena would have broken not only the commander’s political career, it would have driven the Republic into serious danger. In his statement of defense, it is not primarily the personal merits of the competitors, Licinius Murena and Sulpicius Rufus – one of the most outstanding jurists of Roman Republic – that Cicero compares, it is their career, the commander’s, the jurist’s activity that he puts on the scales of public good, and provides a fairly humorous, witty assessment of these.
The present book aims to explore the historical background of Pro Murena, and to analyse it in terms of law, religion and rhetoric. Examining Cicero’s speech one cannot strictly separate the legal and philological questions, as in Rome legal and sacral images constituted an organic unit. The analogies and consequences that can be drawn from these, may lead to a better understanding of the structure of specific institutions of law and religion (e.g., legis actio sacramento in rem, conventio in manum and interpretatio iuris) and the way these are embedded in antique thinking and imagination.

  • Méret: B/5

    Kötés: keménytáblás, fűzött

    Megjelenés éve: 2008

    Terjedelem: 200 oldal

     

    Tartalom:

    Foreword 7

     

    Preface 9

     

    LEGAL AND RHETORIC BACKGROUND OF THE SPEECH 13

     

    I. The historical background and structure of the speech 13

     

    I. 1. The historical background of the oratio 13

     

    I. 2. The structure of the oratio 17

     

    II. Quaestio de ambitu 19

     

    II. 1. The development of quaestiones 19

     

    II. 2. Crimen ambitus 23

     

    II. 3. The role of associations and clients in the elections 26

     

    III. Career of Lucius Licinius Murena and the res militaris

    in Corpus Ciceronianum 31

     

    III. 1. Lucius Licinius Murena 31

     

    III. 2. Res militaris in Corpus Ciceronianum 32

     

    IV. Career of Servius Sulpicius Rufus and the iurisprudentia

    in Corpus Ciceronianum 33

     

    IV. 1. Servius Sulpicius Rufus 33

     

    IV. 2. Iurisprudentia in Corpus Ciceronianum 39

     

    V. The theory of the perfectus orator 43

     

    VI. Humor as means of rhetoric in Cicero 49

     

    VI. 1. The theory of humour in Corpus Ciceronianum 49

     

    VI. 2. Humour and irony in Pro Murena 52

     

    ON PRO MURENA 26–27 63

     

    I. Manum conserere 63

     

    II. Verbality as the cardinal point of ius sacrum 68

     

    II. 1. The concept of fatum 68

     

    II. 2. The dedicatio of the Ops Opifera Temple 70

     

    II. 3. The verbal aspect of the interpretation of prodigium 72

     

    II. 4. Parallels between excantatio and evocatio 73

     

    III. Festuca and hasta 80

     

    III. 1. Hasta and imperium 80

     

    III. 2. Hasta Martis 87

     

    III. 3. The fasces of the lictores as symbol of power 92

     

    IV. Legis actio sacramento in rem as duellum sacrum 98

     

    IV. 1. Paralells between legis actio sacramento and ius fetiale 98

     

    IV. 2. Paralells between legis actio sacramento and ordalium

    in Casina of Plautus 103

     

    V. Engagement and Marriage 109

     

    V. 1. On the forms of engagement 109

     

    V. 2. Conventio in manum and marriage ceremonies 114

     

    VI. De uxore in manu 123

     

    VI. 1. Relation between the uxor in manu and the agnatio 123

     

    VI. 2. The uxor in manu and the iudicium domesticum 125

     

    VI. 3. Divortium and repudium 132

     

    VII. Interpretatio, summum ius and aequitas 136

     

    VII. 1. The term of interpretatio 136

     

    VII. 2. Summum ius summa iniuria 140

     

    VII. 3. De aequitate 147

     

    CONCLUSIONS 153

     

    ABBREVIATIONS 157

     

    I. Abbreviations of Antique Sources 157

     

    II. Bibliographical Abbreviations 162

     

    Index Sources 173

     

    Epitoma 193

  • ISBN
    978-3-939337-43-0
    Kiadó 
    Dialóg Campus
    VTSZ
    4901
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