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Title

Love and Theatre in the Works of Nikephoros Basilakes

Author ORCID Identifier

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6547-806X Kotłowska Anna

Abstract

The article analyzes the rhetorical output of Nikephoros Basilakes, focusing on his use of scenic terminology and the psychological interpretation of myths. The conclusions substantiate the theory that Nikephoros had been part of the imperial theatron before his downfall in the mid-1150s.

Keywords

Byzantine novel, ekphrasis, ethopoeia, Nikephoros Basilakes, Pasiphaë, theatre in Byzantium

Disciplines

Byzantine and Modern Greek | Classical Literature and Philology | Medieval History | Medieval Studies

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