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Revista Portuguesa de História do Livro

versão impressa ISSN 0874-1336

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MATOS, Manuel Cadafaz de. An approach to the labyrinth’s question within some diachronical movements of Hellenic inspiration (from Ovídios to Pausânias and from Bocaccio and Agricola to Valenborch). Rev. Port. de História do Livro [online]. 2009, n.24, pp.123-168. ISSN 0874-1336.

Between the first and the XX centuries, the labyrinth had exerced a curious interest to a great number of European intellectuals, such us poets, like the Roman poet, Ovide (I century); the Hellenic thinker, Pausanias (II century); the Italian theorician of myths and writer, Giovanni Boccaccio (XIV century); or the Flemish erudit musical composer, Alexander Agricola (XV century). The author of this study, in a diachronic point of view, analyses also the contribution two Flemish painters in the XVI century, Lucas I van Valkenborch and Hans Bol, who, after suffering some years in the exile, has expressed, in their pictures, their feelings about the labyrinth and about the Daedale and Icare myths.

Palavras-chave : classical mythology; labyrinth; greek philosophy; mimetic desire; mental construction.

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