This paper investigates the themes connected with justice and laws in book 41 of Nonnus of Panopolis' Dionysiaca, where Nonnus begins to tell the mythical story (continued in books 42 and 43) of the city Beroe/Berytus and its eponymous nymph Beroe as a means to celebrate the law school of Berytus and its international prestige in late antiquity.

Berito «suolo di Giustizia» nelle Dionisiache di Nonno di Panopoli

MASSIMILLA GIULIO
2020

Abstract

This paper investigates the themes connected with justice and laws in book 41 of Nonnus of Panopolis' Dionysiaca, where Nonnus begins to tell the mythical story (continued in books 42 and 43) of the city Beroe/Berytus and its eponymous nymph Beroe as a means to celebrate the law school of Berytus and its international prestige in late antiquity.
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