In this article, starting from the well known and well studied debate on the political speeches in the Homeric poems and on their relation with the political oratory, I try, using the passages concerning this topic in Cicero, Quintilian and Seneca well found and analyzed by A. Ronconi in a section of his work Interpreti latini di Omero, to highlight the value of the Homeric oral "encyclopedia" also in this so relevant ambit of politics.

Il modello nel modello: l' "enciclopedia " omerica e l'oratoria. Alle origini del discorso politico

CATANZARO, ANDREA
2008

Abstract

In this article, starting from the well known and well studied debate on the political speeches in the Homeric poems and on their relation with the political oratory, I try, using the passages concerning this topic in Cicero, Quintilian and Seneca well found and analyzed by A. Ronconi in a section of his work Interpreti latini di Omero, to highlight the value of the Homeric oral "encyclopedia" also in this so relevant ambit of politics.
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