Joan Gómez Pallarès
La tradición apócrifa de Eugenio de Toledo a la luz de un nuevo hallazgo epigráfico novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2017 - 2
For the first time, we offer the edition of a latin hexameter considered by the specialists as apocryphal of Eugenius of Toledo: first hexameter of Appendix’s poem 26, In baculo. The text has been found in an inscription from Aiguafreda (Catalonia), which can be dated in the VIIth century by its archaeological context...
Reivindicación del invierno en una inscripción latina, musiva, de Tarazona de la Mancha (Albacete) digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2007 - 1
The aim of this paper consists in providing evidences and a new interpretation of an inscribed Roman Mosaic found in Tarazona de la Mancha (Albacete, Spain) and dated in the IVth century A.D. F.-J. de Rueda unpublished PhD, Mosaicos Romanos con Estaciones en España, UAB, Bellaterra, 2001, refuses the inclusion of this mosaic between the Roman Four Seasons Mosaics from Hispania. But I propose its inclusion in the catalogue under the light of some not considered texs and some North- African Roman pavements, through a new consideration of the vegetal decoration always identified with the Winter season.