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Antonietta Provenza

material (125). This paradox is clearly visible in the claim for “autochthonous traditions”, which is linked with the belief concerning the presence of “authoritative copies” of a literary work in a poet’s hometown, and also with the tradition of pilgrimages to the poets’ graves and birthplaces, and

Bradley Hald

appropriate the Athenians’ capacity for rational evaluation, resulting in the construction of a set of beliefs that deeply distorts reality and, as I argue, replicates the corrupted epistemologies of the Corcyrean stasis and Athenian plague episodes. The problematic relationship established between acoustics


Patrizia Cavazzini

would work for a merchant beyond his first years, with the exception of the Bamboccianti . Fifty years later, these beliefs need to be partially reassessed. While it is certainly true that painters much preferred to work on commission and that they did not put themselves at the exclusive service of a

New Music and Early Peripatetic Scholarship

The ‘Degeneration’ of Music as a Historiographical Turning Point

Ambra Tocco

‘musical past’ that could not be merely remembered, but needed to be reconstructed by collecting and comparing the evidence on music in bygone times; the early Peripatos was the scholarly context in which such awareness developed and led to the belief that the systematic study of µουσική should not