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Sales et Salinae : le sel a Rome. Les salines de Ciceron et la saliere d'Horace.

Title: Sales et Salinae : le sel a Rome. Les salines de Ciceron et la saliere d'Horace.
Authors: Moinier, Bernard
Source: Studia Antiqua et Archeologica. 2015, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p37-49. 13p.
Document Type: Article
Subject Terms: SALTS
PERCEPTION
Author-Supplied Keywords: Cicéron ; Horace ; salaisons ; salines ; sel
People: CICERO, Marcus Tullius, 106 B.C.-43 B.C.
Abstract (English): The author analyzes the mentions of salt and similar expressions at two Latin writers: Cicero and Horace. Cicero's perception about salt is more symbolic: salt is seen like an ingredient who gives taste to the spirit. Horace is interested more in culinary aspects. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Abstract (French): L'auteur analyses les occurrences du terme qui désigne le sel et les expressions apparentées chez Cicéron et chez Horace. Si, chez le premier, le sel est regardé plutôt dans un sens symbolique, comme un ingrédient qui donne plus de saveur à l'esprit, chez Horace, on observe son intérêt pour les aspects culinaires. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Abstract (Romanian): Autorul analizează diversele ocurenţe ale termenilor desemnând sarea şi derivaţii acesteia la doi autori latini, Cicero şi Horaţiu. Dacă în cazul primului autor, sarea este privită mai mult într-o manieră simbolică, precum un ingredient care dă mai multă savoare spiritului, la Horaţiu, observăm că acesta este interesat mai mult de aspectele culinare ale problemei. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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ISSN: 1224-2284
PageCount: 37-50
volume: 21
issue: 1
issn: 12242284
pubdate: 2015
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