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Bernhard Teuber

), de «lutte» (colluctatio), de «concours» (certamen), de «competition» (agon), sont répétés régulièrement. Tous ces mots qui le plus souvent impliquent l'id6e d'une prouesse et d'un spectacle sportifs, sont employes au sens figure. Il s'agit d'une s6rie de m6taphores qui supposent une analogie entre 1

Satoshi Ohtani

mentioned as having been thrown to the beasts (5.1.37). They did not, however, die immediately. Maturus and Sanctus “were at last sacrificed, having been made throughout that day a spectacle to the world, in place of the usual variety of combats.” But it was after
 they endured again the customary running

Jean-Claude Fredouille

’un et l’autre baptisés depuis peu de temps, Cyprien invite son ami Donat à porter désormais, comme du sommet d’une montagne, un regard nou- veau sur le triste spectacle qu’off re le monde (~ 246). Ces pages s’inscrivent dans une longue tradition de la littérature païenne, plus particulièrement à l

Vincent T.M. Skemp

Hebrew noun יאר (rō ʾ î), “spectacle” (LXX παράδειγμα , “example” of mockery), which is from the same root as the Hebrew verb in Prov 24,32b. 2 Similarly, at Num 8,4 exemplum corresponds to הארמכ (kammar ʾ eh) “pattern,” “depiction” (// LXX τὸ εἶδος , “appear- ance”), where again the Hebrew noun is

P.G. Van Der Nat

entertainments and by evoking the scene of the Second Advent and the Day of Judgment as the most wonderful spectacle of all for the Christian (ch. 28/30). So we arrive at the following analysis: I : Introduction and propositio ( 1 , 1 f4) : Christians are forbidden to visit spectacles. II : Against the pagans (1

Michel Casevitz

la trace dans les jeux de mots qui sont comme un trompe-l'ccil etymologique. Dans le meme 320 passage ou nous avons trouv? le dernier exemple, Basile parle du feuillage pareil a la sagesse profane et qui fournit un abri pour le fruit (crKÉ1tllV iw KUp1tt¡)) et un spectacle qui n'est pas hors

J.J. Thierry

6rature philosophique contemporaine: un auteur comme Dion Chrysostome nomme explicitement les 616ments, parlant de l'ordre cosmique: «%v xat' btxatav 6t' aiciwos ac?O,uovlav (Or. 40, 35). En effet G. Bardy 1 a indiqué que la description de C16ment du spectacle du monde rappelle le vocabulaire

Allen Brent

are "inflamed by the blood of God (dva§wxv- PTtcrav'tEç iv ayaw 9eov)" because they were praying that he should attain his goal of fighting with the wild beasts. The spectacle of "the blood of God" reflected in the oloqJig of the martyr-bishop is thus the cause of their anxious haste to come to see

Michael A.G. Haykin

shadows of objects and to look at the sun in the water, lest we be blinded by immediately encountering the spectacle of pure light. In the same manner, the law, 'which contains a shadow of things to come' [Heb . 10:1], and the prefiguration given through the prophets, which is a type of the truth, have