A konferencia programja:

Sapiens ubique civis IV – Szeged, 2016

Wednesday, 2016. 08. 24.

13:30-15:30     Registration

15:30-15:50    Opening Speech by Zsuzsanna Gécseg, Vice-Dean of Faculty of Arts, University of Szeged

15:50-16:20    Plenary Lecture by Endre Hamvas (Gál Ferenc Theological College) Prayer as a “Dromenon” in the Hermetic Initiative Texts

16:20-16:40     Coffee Break

16:40-18:00     Session 1 (Cultural History) Chair: Endre Hamvas (Gál Ferenc Theological College)

16:40-17:00     Nirvana Silnovic (Central European University, Budapest) The Cult of Mithras in Salona: Networks, Communities and Identity

17:00-17:20     Hella Shpierer (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beersheba) Sex or Sickness: Woman's Health in the Hippocratic Corpus

17:20-17:40     Andrea Salayová (Masaryk University, Brno) Animals as Magical Ingredients in Greek Magical Papyri

17:40-18:00     Discussion

18:30-22:00     Welcome Reception in Eötvös Loránd Student Host

Thursday, 2016. 08. 25.

10:30-11:50     Session 2 (Roman Literature) Chair: Gergő Gellérfi (University of Szeged, Department of Classical Philology and Neo-Latin Studies)

10:30-10:50    Alessandro Fabi (University of Pisa) The Reception of Accius in the Age of the Antonines: Fronto’s Value Judgement

10:50-11:10    Tereza Ševčíková (Masaryk University, Brno) Didactic Features in Ciceroˈs Translation of Aratusˈ Φαινόμενα

11:10-11:30    Klaudia Harcz (University of Szeged) The Authenticity of the Halieutica Ascribed to Ovid

11:30-11:50    Discussion

11:50-13:20    Lunch Break

13:20-13:50     Plenary Lecture by Imre Áron Illés (University of Szeged, Department of Ancient History) The Beginning of the Magisterial Year and the Date of the Elections in the Roman Cities

13:50-15:10     Session 3 (Roman History) Chair: Imre Áron Illés (University of Szeged, Department of Ancient History)

13:50-14:10    Benedikt Lavrinčík (Masaryk University, Brno) Lex Ogulnia and the Number of Pontifices

14:10-14:30    Jack W.G. Schropp (University of Innsbruck) Zu Appians gracchischer Todesjahrzählung im ersten Buch der Bürgerkriege und ihre quellenkritische Konsequenzen

14:30-14:50    Alessandro Roncaglia (University of Bologna) The Continuity in the Change: Augustus and a Change without Break

14:50-15:10    Discussion

15:10-15:30     Coffee Break

15:30-16:00     Plenary Lecture by Gergő Gellérfi (University of Szeged) Res vera agitur – Juvenal's Big Fish

16:00-17:20     Session 4 (Varia) Chair: Péter Kasza (University of Szeged, Department of Classical Philology and Neo-Latin Studies)

16:00-16:20    Pavel Ševčík (Masaryk University, Brno) Latin Riddle Collections in Early-Medieval England

16:20-16:40    Szabolcs Zsótér (University of Szeged) Criticizing the Underworld: Tranquillus Andronicus' Dialogus Sylla and its Classical Sources

16:40-17:00    Agnieszka Wąsik (University of Warsaw) Don't be an Artifact! A Few Advices to a Classical Philologist

17:00-17:20    Discussion

17:20-17:40     Coffee Break

17:40-18:40     Workshop by Agnieszka Wąsik: New Technologies for Classical Philologists

19:00-              Evening Program

Friday, 2016. 08. 26.

10:00-11:20     Session 5 (Roman Literature of the 1st century AD) Chair: Ibolya Tar (University of Szeged, Department of Classical Philology and Neo-Latin Studies)

10:00-10:20    Marco Romani Mistretta (Harvard University) Empire and Invention: The Elder Pliny’s Heurematography (NH 7.191–215)

10:20-10:40    Oliver Schwazer (University College London) Encolpius’ κατάβασις, Trimalchio’s Dog, and Vergil’s Aeneid (Petr. Sat. 72.7–10)

10:40-11:00    Péter Kapi (University of Szeged) Pomponius Mela: De Chorographia libri tres – On the Druids and the Dating of the Work

11:00-11:20    Discussion

11:20-13:10    Lunch Break

13:10-13:40     Plenary Lecture by Dave Preston (Royal Holloway, University of London) Lessons from History? The Consequences of Plato’s Republic for Modern Communism

13:40-14:30     Session 6 (Later Roman Literature) Chair: József Simon (University of Szeged, Department of Philosophy)

13:40-14:00    Isha Gamlath (University of Kelaniya) The ascetic Philosopher: Incarnation or Progeny of Pythagoras? Re-configuration of the Pythagorean Tradition of askesis in Porphyry’s De Abstinentia

14:00-14:20    Natália Gachallová (Masaryk University, Brno) Sophistic(ated) Discourse – Cultural Context of Apuleius’ Florida

14:20-14:30    Discussion

14:30-15:00     Coffee Break

15:20-16:20     Session 7 (History and Archaeology) Chair: János Nagyillés (University of Szeged, Department of Classical Philology and Neo-Latin Studies)

15:20-15:40    Justyna Dworniak (University of Łódź) Locus amoenus in ancient Rome. Roman Gardens as a Symbol of Commemorating in Ancient Rome from 3rd BC to 1st AD

15:40-16:00    Diego Chapinal Heras (Complutense University of Madrid) A Reinterpretation of Some Worship Buildings at the Sanctuary of Dodona

16:00-16:20    Discussion

16:20-17:00    Plenary Lecture and Closing Speech by János Nagyillés, Chairman of the Conference Committee: Liceat sperare timenti – On Lucan’s Fate Concept

17:00-19:00     Guided tour in Szeged

19:00-00:00     Closing Event: Traditional Hungarian dinner in “Liget Kert” pub in Újszeged