Cena Nasidieni est res sermonis octavi e libro altero Sermonum a Q. Horatio Flacco scriptorum, incipit "Ut Nasidieni iuvit te cena beati?" Cenam praebet Maecenate amicisque eius Nasidienus Rufus quidam vel historicus vel ficticius; Horatio rem narrat Fundanius amicus.

ConvivaeRecensere

Convivae sic in lectulis triclinii discubuerunt: "Summus ego et prope me Viscus Thurinus, et infra si memini Varius; cum Servilio Balatrone Vibidius quos Maecenas adduxerat umbras. Nomentanus erat super ipsum [Nasidienum], Porcius infra."[1]

  1. summus in summo Fundanius
  2. medius in summo Viscus Thurinus
  3. imus in summo Varius
  4. summus in medio Servilius Balatro
  5. medius in medio Vibidius
  6. imus in medio C. Cilnius Maecenas
  7. summus in imo Nomentanus
  8. medius in imo Nasidienus Rufus "cenae pater"[2]
  9. imus in imo Porcius

Fercula cenaeRecensere

NotaeRecensere

  1. Horatius, Saturae 2.8.20-23. Diagramma habes apud Palmer (1883) p. 373
  2. 2.8.7
  3. 2.8.6-9
  4. 2.8.14-17
  5. 2.8.27-32
  6. 2.8.42-53

Nexus externiRecensere

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Robert J. Baker, "Maecenas and Horace, Satires II.8" in Classical Journal vol. 83 (1988) pp. 212-232
  • Ruth Rothaus Caston, "The Fall of the Curtain (Horace S. 2.8)" in Transactions of the American Philological Association vol. 127 (1997) pp. 233-256
  • C. Joachim Classen, "Horace: a cook?" in Classical Quarterly n.s. vol. 28 (1978) pp. 333-348
  • Kirk Freudenburg, "Canidia at the Feast of Nasidienus (Hor. S. 2.8.95)" in Transactions of the American Philological Association vol. 125 (1995) pp. 207-219
  • Joseph F. O'Connor, "Horace's Cena Nasidieni and Poetry's Feast" in Classical Journal vol. 86 (1990) pp. 23-34
  • Arthur Palmer, ed., The Satires of Horace (Londinii, 1883) pp. 368-387
  • J. Révay, "Horaz und Petron" in Classical Philology vol. 17 (1922) pp. 202-212
  • Ervin Roos, "Die Person des Nasidienus bei Horatius" in Humanistiska vetenskappssamfundet i Lund: Scripta minora (1958/1959) no. 3
  • L. R. Shero, "The Cena in Roman Satire" in Classical Philology vol. 18 (1923) pp. 126-143
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