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Die Sylvae aliquot des Aquiles Estaço und ihr Schlussgedicht, das Genethliacon Domini

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The Sylvae prorated basis in terms of the Aquiles Estaço aren't as random collection understanding of occasion poems, rather than Silvenbuch. Stronger than the most other takes Silvenkorpora, under which several solely by their title on the model of the Silvae of Statius remind us, remains the work of the Portuguese author ancient model is obliged, even if it not in several books is divided. The relevant reference texts are all of Prudentius. But the adaptation of the history theory of Orosius, the Estaço in the end piece which aliquot made Sylvae, earned Attention. The recourse to patristic models in the &t;fourth Domini&t;may however not to believe entice, that the Silvenbuch the Portuguese author's full of Christian themes and Christian imagery is characterised.

Keywords:Aquiles Estaço; Christian; Fourth Domini; Orosius; Portuguese; Sylvae

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