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Nova tellus

versión impresa ISSN 0185-3058

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ARTEAGA CONDE, Evelia. How does Ancient Greek Funerary Epigram “speaks”? A Relationship between the Living and the Dead. Nova tellus [online]. 2019, vol.37, n.2, pp.49-65. ISSN 0185-3058.  https://doi.org/10.19130/iifl.nt.2019.37.2.817.

This paper deals with the way in which Classical Attic funerary epigrams compiled by Petrus Allanus Hansen establish a representation of a “speech act”; my aim here is to analyze the way Greek society would relate to the world of the dead. The study of these testimonies is important because they reflect in a high manner general conceptions of Greek culture; besides, this kind of analysis on such specific epitaphs has not been undertaken before.

Palabras llave : Classical Greece; Epitaphs; Death; Polis; Speech Act.

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