A better half to Persius and Juvenal breaks new flooring in its in-depth specialize in either authors as "satiric successors"; distinctive person contributions recommend unique views on their paintings, and supply an in-depth exploration of Persius' and Juvenal's afterlives.
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61 In Rev. 20:14–15, sinners are thrown into the lake of fire, together with Hades and death. The ApPt does not know such a radical solution. Envisaging sinners in the different areas of Hades is much more spectacular than simply throwing all evil into a gigantic trash can, as it were. Thereby hell retains its ambiguous and transient nature. It remains in motion eternally, populated with damned souls, demons, and tormenting angels, who live their lives in this upside-down universe. Hell also retains its ambivalent function of birth and death.
Not the Classical Ideal, pp. 180–202 (191). For a flute-playing young shepherd and satyr, see M. ), Not the Classical Ideal, pp. 153–79 (169); for flute players raped by Tiberius, see Suetonius, Tiberius 44. 6. For grotesque bodies in classical Greek art and comedy, see H. P. ), Not the Classical Ideal, pp. 275–311. 7. The relevant passages are quoted by S. Liebermann, “On Sins and Their Punishment,” in idem, Texts and Studies (New York: KTAV Publishing House, 1974), pp. 29–51 (33, 41–43, 47); M.
Chapter 4: “The Bride of the Demon. Narrative Strategies of Self-definition in the Acts of Thomas,” in J. N. ), The Apocryphal Acts of Thomas (Leuven: Peeters, 2001), pp. 36–52. Chapter 5: “Who Is Deviant? Entering the Story-world of the Acts of Peter,” in J. N. ), The Apocryphal Acts of Peter (Leuven: Peeters, 1998), pp. 84–96. Chapter 6: “Whatever Goes into the Mouth…,” in J. N. ), The Apocryphal Acts of Andrew (Leuven: Peeters, 2000), pp. 56–69. Chapter 8: “Speaking Asses in the Acts of Thomas,” in G.
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