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  • The Silence of the Muses in Sidonius Apollinaris (Carm. 12–13, Ep. 8.11):Aphasia and the Timelessness of Poetic Inspiration
Figure 2. Adlocutio relief: liberal donation (congiarium), with Marsyas statue on the right. Burning of the tax records (tabulae), with Marsyas statue on the left. Anaglypha or Plutei Traiani, Rome, after Trajan's Dacian Wars 103/106. Photos c: J. Felbermeyer, Neg. D-DAI-Rom 68.2783 and 68.278.
Figure 2.

Adlocutio relief: liberal donation (congiarium), with Marsyas statue on the right. Burning of the tax records (tabulae), with Marsyas statue on the left. Anaglypha or Plutei Traiani, Rome, after Trajan's Dacian Wars ce 103/106. Photos c: J. Felbermeyer, Neg. D-DAI-Rom 68.2783 and 68.278.

Additional Information

ISSN
1942-1273
Print ISSN
1939-6716
Pages
10-43
Launched on MUSE
2020-03-27
Open Access
No
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