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Frenk, Joachim. "Happiness in Sir Philip Sidney’s Arcadia." Critical Survey 32, no. 3 (September 1, 2020): 59–69. http://dx.doi.org/10.3167/cs.2020.320306.

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Sir Philip Sidney is not commonly associated with a search for happiness or the use he made of concepts of happiness in his works. Yet, as this article seeks to show, he employed a rhetoric of happiness throughout. In particular, Sidney’s Arcadias – the Old Arcadia, which he finished in 1581, and the New Arcadia, the substantial rewriting which remained unfinished – are markedly different in their representations of and their reflections on happiness. While happiness is associated with the Arcadian state as a – potentially fatal – aim in the Old Arcadia from its very beginning, it is subordinated to a sterner and more violent discourse in the New Arcadia, for which after Sidney’s death other writers wrote diverse happy endings. This different treatment of happiness in the Arcadias is also discussed with a view to different manuscripts and print editions as well as to the power play at the Elizabethan court.
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SMITH, AYANA. "THE MOCK HEROIC, AN INTRUDER IN ARCADIA: GIROLAMO GIGLI, ANTONIO CALDARA AND L'ANAGILDA (ROME, 1711)." Eighteenth Century Music 7, no. 1 (January 21, 2010): 35–62. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s1478570609990443.

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ABSTRACTIn 1711 the opera L'Anagilda was performed in the private theatre of Francesco Maria Ruspoli, an important Roman patron of the Arcadian Academy. L'Anagilda's librettist (Girolamo Gigli) and composer (Antonio Caldara) were both associated with this society, but the opera contrasts with the basic goal of Arcadian aesthetics – namely, to reform literature and opera by imitating the structure of ancient Greek tragedy and the stylistic purity of Italian renaissance poets. Rather, Gigli and Caldara created an opera infused with comedy, interspersed with fantastic intermezzos and formulated according to a genre not endorsed by Arcadian literary critics, the mock heroic. This article explores topics related to one central question: why would Gigli and Caldara openly flout the literary precepts of Arcadia? Gigli was a career satirist whose works eventually caused him to be exiled from his native Siena, all of Tuscany and the Papal States, and to be expelled from three major literary academies, the Intronati, the Cruscanti and the Arcadians. Since he continually criticized the organizations to which he belonged for their narrow-mindedness, prejudice and hypocrisy, I contend that L'Anagilda represents a critique of Arcadia. Yet in the process, Gigli also shows the Arcadians that there is more than one path to verisimilitude and the imitation of classical models. Despite the mock-heroic characteristics of the libretto, Gigli adheres to some Arcadian structural requirements, and Caldara's score heightens the characterizations and the overall verisimilitude of the opera.
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Lee, A. D., Alan Cameron, and Jacqueline Long. "Barbarians and Politics at the Court of Arcadius." Classical World 89, no. 1 (1995): 72. http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/4351769.

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Maas, Michael, Alan Cameron, Jacqueline Long, and Lee Sherry. "Barbarians and Politics at the Court of Arcadius." American Historical Review 99, no. 5 (December 1994): 1667. http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/2168428.

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Munting, Roger. "Arcadius Kahan, Russian economic history. The nineteenth century." History of European Ideas 12, no. 3 (January 1990): 432–33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0191-6599(90)90168-e.

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Mayer, Roland. "Aeneid 8.573 and Callimachus’ Hymn to Zeus." Classical Quarterly 38, no. 1 (January 1988): 260–61. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s0009838800031529.

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In his final words to his son, Pallas, Evander interposes a prayer:‘At uos, o superi, et diuum tu maxime rectorIuppiter, Arcadii, quaeso, miserescite regis…’Of recent commentators, C. J. Fordyce alone is bothered by the reference to Evander's Arcadian origin; he reckons that it alludes to his exiled condition and so establishes a claim on Jupiter's mercy. That may be so, but it is worth suggesting that this is rather a piece of Virgil's Callimachean learning. For at the opening of his first Hymn Callimachus had rejected the story that Zeus was born on Crete in favour of Arcadia (6–7, 10). The Arcadian birth-place was known to Cicero (De natura deorum 3.21,53: principio Ioues tres numerant…ex quibus primum et secundum natos in Arcadia). Yet Cicero is less likely to be in Virgil's mind than Callimachus, from whom he derived so much learned detail. Evander then is appealing to Jupiter as a fellow Arcadian, docte.
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Levine, Gene N., and Roger Weiss. "Essays in Jewish Social and Economic History: Arcadius Kahan." Contemporary Sociology 16, no. 5 (September 1987): 642. http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/2069749.

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Gustafson, Mark. "Book Review: Barbarians and Politics at the Court of Arcadius." Journal of Early Christian Studies 4, no. 4 (1996): 532–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/earl.1996.0045.

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Dewar, Michael. "The Fall of Eutropius." Classical Quarterly 40, no. 2 (December 1990): 582–84. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s0009838800043305.

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The eunuch Eutropius began his ascendancy over Arcadius, Emperor of the East, in late 395, following the murder of the Praetorian Prefect Rufinus. Eutropius, despite his physical shortcomings, ‘sullied the Fasti’ by holding the consulate in 399. By the end of that same year, however, collusion between the barbarian general Gainas and Tribigild, leader of a rebellion of Ostrogoths in Asia Minor, resulted in Eutropius’ fall from power. He was exiled to Cyprus and executed shortly afterwards.
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Versiani dos Anjos, Carlos. "A Arcádia Romana e a Arcádia Ultramarina: diálogos literários entre a Itália e o Brasil na segunda metade do século XVIII / The Roman Arcadia and the Arcadia Ultramarina: Literary Dialogues between Italy and Brazil in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century." O Eixo e a Roda: Revista de Literatura Brasileira 28, no. 3 (September 3, 2019): 83. http://dx.doi.org/10.17851/2358-9787.28.3.83-114.

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Resumo: Este trabalho visa apresentar as relações literárias entre árcades brasileiros da segunda metade do século XVIII e a Arcádia Romana, a que alguns destes árcades eram filiados, ou a ela associados por intermédio da chamada Arcádia Ultramarina, academia criada no Brasil, na capitania de Minas Gerais, por Cláudio Manuel da Costa. O artigo analisa os primórdios da Arcádia Romana e seus teóricos precursores; o movimento dos poetas brasileiros na Europa e no Brasil, para a criação de uma colônia ultramarina daquela Academia; os esforços de Basílio da Gama, Seixas Brandão e Cláudio Manuel neste empreendimento; a participação do poeta Silva Alvarenga, também como crítico literário; e a recepção crítica sobre a existência e significado da Arcádia Ultramarina, nas suas relações com a Arcádia Romana, entre estudiosos contemporâneos da Itália e do Brasil.Palavras-chave: Arcádia Romana; Arcádia Ultramarina; século XVIII; Literatura Arcádica; História da Literatura.Abstract: We aim to present the literary relations between Brazilian arcadians in the second half of the eighteenth century and the Roman Arcadia, in which some of these arcadians were affiliated or associated to the so-called Arcadia Ultramarina, an academy created in Brazil, in the captaincy of Minas Gerais, by Cláudio Manuel da Costa. We analyze the beginning of the Roman Arcadia and its precursor theorists; the movement of Brazilian poets in Europe and Brazil, for the creation of an overseas colony of that Academy; the efforts of Basilio da Gama, Seixas Brandão and Cláudio Manuel in this venture; the participation of the poet Silva Alvarenga, also as a literary critic; and the critical reception on the existence and significance of the Arcadia Ultramarina in its relations with the Roman Arcadia among contemporary scholars from Italy and Brazil.Keywords: Roman Arcadia; Arcadia Ultramarina; XVIII Century; Arcadian Literature; History of Literature.
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Dissertations / Theses on the topic "Arcadius"

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Hagl, Wolfgang. "Arcadius Apis Imperator : Synesios von Kyrene und sein Beitrag zum Herrscherideal des Spätantike /." Stuttgart : F. Steiner, 1997. http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb409261632.

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Roussou, Stephanie. "Pseudo-Arcadius' Epitome of Herodian's Περὶ καθολικῆς προσῳδίας : with a critical edition and notes on Books 1-8." Thesis, University of Oxford, 2011. http://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:235409a4-7f6c-4495-83b3-41f8291f46d4.

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This thesis is a new edition of the Preface and Books 1-8 of Pseudo-Arcadius’ Epitome of Herodian’s Περὶ καθολικῆς προσῳδίας. It includes an introduction, critical apparatus, apparatus of parallel passages and notes on the text, and is intended as a contribution to modern Herodianic studies. Most of our knowledge of Greek accentuation is due to Herodian’s lost Περὶ καθολικῆς προσῳδίας. The main sources for this work, an epitome misattributed to Arcadius and another by John Philoponus, do not have modern critical editions. Lentz’s only collected edition of Herodian’s works (1867-70) is difficult to work with, because Lentz attempts to reconstruct Herodian’s work rather than to lay out the surviving evidence. The new critical edition of Pseudo-Arcadius’ Epitome is a response to the need for new and separate editions of the sources for the Περὶ καθολικῆς προσῳδίας. A new edition of this text is important because the previous two editions (Barker 1820, Schmidt 1860) have many weaknesses; neither editor examined all the surviving manuscripts, and they did not read the manuscripts themselves but used copies made by other people. My new examination of all the surviving manuscripts, excepting some very late and uncontroversially derivative manuscripts, comes to a new conclusion about their interrelations. The two manuscripts which I am the first to employ turn out to be the only non-derivative manuscripts, and therefore by far the most important. They enable us to improve the text significantly. My introduction includes a substantial new evaluation of the interpolated or doubtful sections in the epitome, whose study is impeded by confusion as to their date and relationships to other works. It also discusses the authorship of this epitome, and its grammatical terminology and concepts. Another innovation is the apparatus of parallel passages. The collection of other texts that have derived material from Herodian shows the extent of Herodian’s influence on later grammatical texts. The parallel passages, as witnesses to Herodian’s text in some form, often enable us to correct the text of Pseudo-Arcadius’ Epitome. A further contribution of my thesis consists of the commentary, which discusses corrupt passages, features of the text that have never been explained before, and places where specific details of the epitomator’s methods can be identified. The commentary also provides argumentation supporting decisions taken in editing the text, and other helpful information for the understanding of the text.
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Mallet, Lorilee. "Les poètes jardiniers. L’Arcadie dans l’imaginaire des jardins du XVIIIe siècle." Thesis, Paris 4, 2011. http://www.theses.fr/2011PA040004.

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Le thème de l’Arcadie figure dans un grand nombre du jardins au XVIIIe siècle. Le tableau de Poussin Les Bergers d’Arcadie et la formule Et in Arcadia Ego sont indissociables, de nos jours, à la vision du locus Arcadie. Cependant, il n’y a aucune preuve que notre réception actuelle du tableau corresponde aux intentions de Poussin, ni à la vision du locus au XVIIIe siècle. Une appréciation de la réception du thème de l’Et in Arcadia Ego et de ses variantes au XVIIIe siècle s’avère utile, afin de comprendre la reprise de ce thème par les jardiniers de l’époque. Nous proposons d’examiner en détail l’évolution dans le temps de ce thème, dans la peinture, dans la poésie et dans les jardins. Nous mènerons un recensement des membres étrangers de l’Accademia degli Arcadi de Rome et de leurs jardins. Cette académie, à ses origines, était une association de poètes qui se réunissaient dans les jardins ou en plein air à la campagne afin décomposer et de réciter leurs œuvres, souvent liées aux thèmes de la nature. Nous sommes partis de l’hypothèse que cette académie serait l’un des vecteurs possibles de la diffusion du thème arcadien en Europe aux XVIIIe siècle. Les jardins que nous examinerons, tous au thème de l’Et in Arcadia Ego,appartiennent ou furent conçus, en dehors de l’Italie, par un Pastor ou Pastorella d’Arcadia (un membre de l’Accademia degli Arcadi)
The arcadian theme is prevalent in a large number of eighteenth-century gardens. Poussin’s painting TheArcadian Shepherds and the enigmatic ‘Et in Arcadia Ego’ are now indissociable from our vision of thelocus Arcadia. Nevertheless, there is no proof that our actual reception of the image corresponds to Poussin’s intentions, or to the vision of this locus in the eighteenth-century. An appreciation of thereception of the theme of Et in Arcadia Ego and it’s eighteenth-century variants is useful, in order tounderstand the adoption of the theme by the gardeners of the period. We propose to examine in detail it’sevolution over time, in painting, poetry and landscape. We will conduct an identification and census of theforeign (non-Italian) members of the Accademia degli Arcadia of Rome and their gardens. This academy, atit’s origin, was an association of poets who met in gardens and in the surrounding countryside in order tocompose and recite their work, which dealt frequently with themes from nature. We are working under thehypothesis that this academy was a possible vector for the propagation of the arcadian theme in theeighteenth century garden. The gardens which we examine in detail each deal specifically with the theme ofEt in Arcadia Ego and apart from two exceptions are either created by, or in collaboration with, a foreignArcadian Pastor or Pastorella.(designation of a member of the Accademia degli Arcadi)
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Amanatidis-Saadé, George. "Yazdgird I - He Who Maintains Peace in His Dominion: Re-examining the Rise and Fall of Romano-Iranian Relations in the Early Fifth Century." Thesis, Université d'Ottawa / University of Ottawa, 2019. http://hdl.handle.net/10393/39075.

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It is generally acknowledged among scholars in the field of Late Antiquity that relations between the Roman and Iranian Empires reached its climax in the early fifth century. Countless sources report a variety of co-operative events depicting positive dealings between the Iranian shah Yazdgird and the Roman emperors Arcadius and Theodosius II. On the other hand, there exist just as many accounts that Yazdgird persecuted the Christians of his realm towards the end of his life. We are thus left with opposing narratives about the Iranian monarch, and no clarification about what truly transpired. This thesis seeks to clarify the ambiguities surrounding Yazdgird‟s reign. In order to achieve this goal, the events and circumstances that led to the apogee of Roman-Iranian relations is first retraced. An examination of potential sources of tension follows this, with the thesis culminating in the final chapter directly engaging the question of whether Yazdgird persecuted the Christians of his realm or not. The focus of this study is not solely to answer the question outlined above, but also to analyze and revise the entire topic utilizing a more holistic approach. Recent scholarship on East Syrian Christianity and the Sasanian Empire aided in providing alternative perspectives to the traditionally unilateral Roman views of the outlined issues. These different viewpoints in turn helped shape new interpretations and conclusions concerning the apogee and decline of RomanoIranian relations in the early fifth century.
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Porter, Scott Andrew. "An Internship with ARCADIS." Miami University / OhioLINK, 2008. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=miami1218577319.

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Auckbur, Andy. "Lire la nature dans Arcadia de Sir Philip Sidney : une esthétique du détail." Thesis, Reims, 2017. http://www.theses.fr/2017REIML002.

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Dans Arcadia de Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586), les représentations de la nature témoignent de la richesse de l’univers artistique de l’auteur. Le titre de l’œuvre suggère que le socle esthétique sur lequel repose la mimesis sidnéienne est ancré dans l’imitation de la tradition poétique pastorale. L’imitation littéraire est certes au cœur du processus de création sur lequel repose la composition de l’œuvre. Cependant, le texte de Sidney est bien plus qu’une autre Arcadie littéraire inspirée des Bucoliques de Virgile ou de L’Arcadie de Jacopo Sannazaro. Le texte fait s’imbriquer les récits héroïques qui empruntent à l’épopée les repères esthétiques sur lesquels reposent l’évocation du locus terribilis, vision antagoniste du locus amoenus. L’œuvre est donc animée par une passion pour la fiction au point que la littérature et la lecture se substituent à l’intrigue en tant que sujet même de l’œuvre. Cette conception de la création littéraire comme acte réflexif imprègne la représentation de la nature qui devient donc dans certains passages un texte dans le texte, une nature textualisée. Le champ de la réflexivité s’étend à d’autres domaines de la création artistique et notamment aux arts plastiques dont l’esthétique informe à la fois la représentation de la nature et la matière verbale de l’œuvre. L’affinité entre les formes verbales et les formes visuelles est sous-tendue par une esthétique commune que l’on doit replacer dans le contexte du mouvement du maniérisme. Paradoxalement, l’unité de cette œuvre protéiforme réside dans sa fragmentation dont résulte une esthétique du détail. L’énergie créative de l’auteur s’illustre en effet dans la représentation de petites natures dont l’esthétique témoigne de la beauté de son univers artistique
In Philip Sidney’s Arcadia, the representations of nature testify to the diversity and wealth of the author’s artistic world. The title of the literary work suggests that the aesthetic foundations on which the Sidneyan mimesis lies are rooted in the imitation of the pastoral poetic tradition. Literary imitation lies at the core of the creative process from which the text proceeds. Yet, Philip Sidney’s work goes beyond the vision of nature as locus amoenus associated with Virgil’s Bucolics or Jacopo Sannazaro’s own Arcadia. The text features embedded narratives recounting heroic tales which draw on the epic literary tradition and lead to the representation of nature as locus terribilis. The passion for fiction with which Arcadia is imbued leads to a shift from the plot to the essence of literature as the main focus of Sidney’s work. This conception of literary creation as a reflexive praxis pervades the representation of nature which, in parts of the text, becomes a text within the text, a textualized nature. The spectrum of the reflexive dynamics encompasses several artistic areas including the plastic arts which inform both the aesthetics of the representation of nature and that of the verbal matter. The correspondences between the visual forms and the verbal ones spring from a common aesthetics which ties to the artistic context of mannerism. Paradoxically, the unity of this multifarious work lies in its fragmented dimension from which derives an aesthetics of the detail. Indeed, the illustration of author’s creative energy resides in the depictions of a small-scale nature and minute details which illustrate the beauty of his artistic environment
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Hale, Harris Kimberly Coulter. "Poetry and Patronage: Alessandro Scarlatti, The Accademia Degli Arcadia, and the Development of the Conversazione Cantata in Rome 1700-1710." Thesis, Connect to online resource, 2005. http://www.unt.edu/etd/all/May2005/Open/hale%5Fharris%5Fkimberly/index.htm.

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Siemiradzki, M. A. "Context and character in Sidney's Arcadias." Thesis, University of York, 1985. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.332978.

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Hooker, Navina Krishna. "Rhetoric and gender in Sidney's 'Arcadias'." Thesis, University of St Andrews, 1994. http://hdl.handle.net/10023/15013.

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This thesis starts from the point of departure that Sidney's claim in his Defence of Poetry that the purpose of literature is to delight and instruct a given audience is both an accurate and important guiding principle behind the creation of his two Arcadias. By their author's criteria, Sidney's works seek not only to provide diverting images of a fictive world, but to insure that these images serve some specific moral, didactic purpose. The manner in which Sidney goes about achieving this end is, however, less simplistic than the ordinary understanding of didactic literature connotes. The most historically determined aspect of the Arcadia 's didacticism is its extensive and strategic deployment of rhetorical figuration. Rhetoric in Sidney's Renaissance England represented both a vital tool in the smooth running of political life and a signpost of literary genius. The Arcadia thus manipulates specific rhetorical figures and tropes both to demonstrate the great literary skill of its author as well as to depict an ethical and political ideal. Part One of the thesis first investigates the history of rhetorical theory and its impact on the reputation of Sidney's work. It then goes on to explore particular rhetorical devices employed most frequently and significantly in the Old and New Arcadias, drawing comparisons between the versions as to underscore the differences in stylistic procedure and dramatic content of each work. Other aspects of Sidney's rhetoricism, such as his treatment of paradox and his rhetorical character portrayal, are also studied in an effort to gauge the major differences between the Old and New Arcadias. The overall conclusions drawn indicate that Sidney adapts his rhetorical strategy to accommodate a more complex and mature vision of ethical behaviour in his revised work. The other key aspect of Sidney's didacticism is his self-conscious and contentious depiction of gender roles. That is, Sidney plays off varying aspects of traditionally gender-associated behaviour to portray his own vision of an heroic ethical ideal. For example, the Amazon and the transvestite become vehicles through which to explore aspects of femininity that are for Sidney wholly in concord with manifestations of heroism. Moreover, Sidney subverts traditional gendered conceptions of particular vices and virtues to illustrate a liberal attitude toward the potentialities of women and men. Part Two, then, is dedicated to drawing out Sidney's understanding of gender roles as they reflect and demonstrate his unique vision of an heroic ideal. The observations made about the rhetorical and gendered dimensions of Sidney's didacticism are brought together in the conclusion, where Sidney's rhetoric is situated within the context of gender. In other words, the gendered conception of Sidney's particular brand of rhetoric is brought to the fore and poised within the ethical framework it embodies.
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Renucci, Léa. "L'Arcadia per lettera : sociabilités épistolaires et réseaux académiques en Italie au XVIIIe siècle." Thesis, Paris, EHESS, 2020. http://www.theses.fr/2020EHES0096.

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Dédiée à la poésie pastorale et critique envers l’exubérance du style baroque du siècle précédent, l’Arcadie est fondée le 5 octobre 1690 à Rome par l’initiative de quatorze hommes de lettres qui fréquentaient l’Académie Royale de Christine de Suède et l’académie romaine des Infecondi. Giovan Mario Crescimbeni (1663-1728), premier gardien général de l’Arcadie, donne à cette académie une dimension péninsulaire par la création d’implantations locales nommées colonies, fondées par initiatives individuelles d’académiciens dans de nombreux centres urbains italiens, et plus ponctuellement dans d’autres villes d’Europe, et ce dès 1692 à Arezzo. L’originalité de l’Arcadie réside dans sa capacité à établir un vaste réseau institutionnel à l’échelle de la péninsule et d’unir un groupe de plus de 9 600 hommes et de femmes de lettres entre 1690 et 1800 : comment le modèle arcadique s’est-il adapté aux divers contextes locaux et de quelle façon les initiatives individuelles ont-elles organisé la création et la pérennisation des colonies ? Comment l’Arcadie œuvre-t-elle à la constitution des « milieux intellectuels » locaux en proposant une formalisation des groupes lettrés par les colonies ? En quoi l’académie d’Arcadie réussit-elle à associer des milliers d’hommes et femmes de lettres des divers centres urbains italiens, et d’Europe, dans un contexte intellectuel de désir de coopération des lettrés italiens ? Quels sont les effets de ce réseau sur la production de livres et la circulation de textes à l'échelle de la péninsule ? Cette thèse se propose d’étudier l’Arcadie par différentes approches, du niveau local aux échelles péninsulaire et européennes, à partir des quelques milliers de lettres échangés entre l’Arcadie romaine et les colonies
Dedicated to pastoral poetry and critical of the exuberance of the Baroque style of the previous century, the academy of Arcadia was founded in Rome on 5 October 1690 by the initiative of fourteen men of letters who attended the Royal Academy of Christine of Sweden and the Roman academy of the Infecondi. Giovan Mario Crescimbeni (1663-1728), the first General Guardian of the Arcadia, gave this academy a peninsular dimension through the creation of local settlements called colonies, founded by individual initiatives of academics in many Italian urban centres, and more occasionally in other European cities, as early as 1692 in Arezzo. The originality of Arcadia lies in its ability to establish a vast institutional network on the scale of the peninsula and to unite a group of more than 9,600 men and women of letters between 1690 and 1800: how did the Arcadian model adapt to the various local contexts and how did individual initiatives organize the creation and perpetuation of the colonies? How did Arcadia work to build up local intellectual circles by proposing a formalisation of literary groups by the colonies? In what way did the Academy of Arcadia succeed in bringing together thousands of men and women of letters from the various Italian urban centres, and from Europe, in an intellectual context of desire for cooperation among Italian scholars? What are the effects of this network on the production of books and the circulation of texts throughout the peninsula? This thesis proposes to study Arcadia through different approaches, from the local level to the peninsular and European scales, based on the several thousand letters exchanged between Roman Arcadia and the colonies
Dedicata alla poesia pastorale e critica dell'esuberante stile barocco del secolo precedente, l'Arcadia è fondata il 5 ottobre 1690 a Roma, su iniziativa di quattordici letterati che si frequentavano all'Accademia Reale di Cristina di Svezia e all'Accademia romana degli Infecondi. Giovan Mario Crescimbeni (1663-1728), primo custode generale dell'Arcadia, dà a questa accademia una dimensione peninsulare creando insediamenti accademici locali chiamati colonie, fondati per iniziativa individuale di accademici in vari centri urbani italiani, e più puntualmente in altre città europee, già nel 1692 ad Arezzo. L'originalità dell'Arcadia risiede nella sua capacità di stabilire una vasta rete istituzionale a livello della penisola e di unire gruppi di uomini e donne di lettere nei diversi centri urbani. Questa tesi di dottorato in storia sociale si propone di indagare come si sia costituita la rete istituzionale dell'Arcadia, di dimensione regionale e tran-statale, a partire dagli uomini e dalle donne di lettere che l'hanno formata, tra il 1690 e il 1800: come si sia adattato il modello arcadico ai diversi contesti locali e in che modo alcune iniziative individuali abbiano portato alla creazione delle colonie? Come l'Arcadia permette la costituzione di "milieux intellettuali" locali proponendo di formalizzare i gruppi attraverso le colonie? In che modo l’accademia dell’Arcadia riesce ad associare migliaia di uomini e donne di lettere provenienti dai centri urbani italiani, e dall’Europa, in un contesto intellettuale mosso dal di desiderio di cooperazione dei letterati italiani? Questa tesi si propone di studiare l'Arcadia attraverso diversi approcci, dal livello locale a quello peninsulare, fino a quello europeo e globale, con le migliaia di lettere scambiate tra l'Arcadia romana e le colonie
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Books on the topic "Arcadius"

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Cameron, Alan. Barbarians and politics at the Court of Arcadius. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993.

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Hagl, Wolfgang. Arcadius Apis imperator: Synesios von Kyrene und sein Beitrag zum Herrscherideal der Spätantike. Stuttgart: F. Steiner, 1997.

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J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz. Barbarians and bishops: Army, church, and state in the age of Arcadius and Chrysostom. Oxford: Clarendon, 1992.

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J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz. Barbarians and bishops: Army, church and state in the reign of Arcadius and Chrysostom. Oxford: Clarendon, 1990.

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J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz. Barbarians and bishops: Army, church, and state in the age of Arcadius and Chrysostom. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990.

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Oaks, Dumbarton. Catalogue of late Roman coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection: From Arcadius and Honorius to the accession of Anastasius. Washington, D.C: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1992.

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González, Arcadio. Arcadio. [Bogotá, Colombia]: Art Editions, 2003.

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Stoppard, Tom. Arcadia. London: Faber and Faber, 1993.

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Crace, Jim. Arcadia. London: Picador, 1993.

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Almbauer, Gerhard. Arcadia. Hohenems: Bucher, 2012.

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Book chapters on the topic "Arcadius"

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Tobias, Michael Charles, and Jane Gray Morrison. "Arcadian Connections." In Anthrozoology, 157–70. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45964-6_5.

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Naldi, Pat. "Managing Arcadia." In British Art and the Environment, 119–35. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2021.: Routledge, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781003099215-10.

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Mallgrave, Harry Francis. "New Arcadia." In Building Paradise, 150–76. New York: Routledge, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781003178460-8.

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Fiskevold, Marius, and Anne Katrine Geelmuyden. "Introduction: Reinterpreting landscapes in an evolving world." In Arcadia Updated, 1–14. New York : Routledge, 2019.: Routledge, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429466441-1.

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Fiskevold, Marius, and Anne Katrine Geelmuyden. "The pastoral tradition as inherited motives." In Arcadia Updated, 15–32. New York : Routledge, 2019.: Routledge, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429466441-2.

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Fiskevold, Marius, and Anne Katrine Geelmuyden. "From classical pastorals to pastoral landscapes: Rebirth of the landscape as fragile nature." In Arcadia Updated, 33–60. New York : Routledge, 2019.: Routledge, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429466441-3.

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Fiskevold, Marius, and Anne Katrine Geelmuyden. "Instances of pastoral motivation in contemporary landscape analytical practice." In Arcadia Updated, 61–84. New York : Routledge, 2019.: Routledge, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429466441-4.

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Fiskevold, Marius, and Anne Katrine Geelmuyden. "Articulating analytical narratives of contemporary pastoral landscapes." In Arcadia Updated, 85–124. New York : Routledge, 2019.: Routledge, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429466441-5.

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Fiskevold, Marius, and Anne Katrine Geelmuyden. "The landscape analyst’s pastoral action." In Arcadia Updated, 125–39. New York : Routledge, 2019.: Routledge, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429466441-6.

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Gifford, Terry. "Constructions of Arcadia." In Pastoral, 14–46. Title: Pastoral / Terry Gifford. Description: Second edition. | New York, NY : Routledge, 2020. | Series: The new critical idiom, 2399-2808: Routledge, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781315647920-2.

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Conference papers on the topic "Arcadius"

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Kelly, Annie, R. Benjamin Shapiro, Jonathan de Halleux, and Thomas Ball. "ARcadia." In CHI '18: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3170427.3186535.

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Kelly, Annie, R. Benjamin Shapiro, Jonathan de Halleux, and Thomas Ball. "ARcadia." In CHI '18: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3173574.3173983.

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Taylor, R. N. "Tool integration in Arcadia." In the conference. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, 1988. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/76619.77028.

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Blackley, Seamus. "From arcades to apps." In 2012 IEEE International Games Innovation Conference (IGIC). IEEE, 2012. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/igic.2012.6329829.

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Anas, A., S. S. Zubir, F. R. Razali, Z. Yahya, and F. Kholid. "Embara: Saigon’s youth arcadia." In SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING 2016. Southampton UK: WIT Press, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.2495/sdp160251.

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"The Arcadia Research Project." In Proceedings of the 5th International Software Process Workshop. IEEE, 1989. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ispw.1989.690464.

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Taylor, Richard N., Frank C. Belz, Lori A. Clarke, Leon Osterweil, Richard W. Selby, Jack C. Wileden, Alexander L. Wolf, and Michael Young. "Foundations for the Arcadia environment architecture." In the third ACM SIGSOFT/SIGPLAN software engineering symposium. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, 1988. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/64135.65004.

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"The Passage of Time in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia." In 2019 International Conference on Advances in Literature, Arts and Communication. The Academy of Engineering and Education (AEE), 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.35532/jahs.v1.002.

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Richardson, Debra J., T. Owen O'Malley, Cynthia Tittle Moore, and Stephanie Leif Aha. "Developing and integrating ProDAG in the Arcadia environment." In the fifth ACM SIGSOFT symposium. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, 1992. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/142868.143759.

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Kulkarni, Guruprasad, and Sebastian Price. "MBSE Model on Gas Turbine Tip Clearance Control." In ASME 2019 Gas Turbine India Conference. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1115/gtindia2019-2365.

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Abstract Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) is a systems engineering methodology to understand the customer needs and create functional model to capture requirements and develop design definitions. This paper represents the MBSE activity carried out on Turbine Tip Clearance Control (TCC) System for a Trent XWB Engine. TCC is a critical system of an Aircraft engine, whose function is vital throughout the engine life. This is a complex system as both mechanical and control systems need to interact seamlessly to meet its operational requirement. The key accomplishment of this study is, abstracting of complex mechanical system into functional model and connecting it to functional model of Controls in MBSE environment. This is done for a system that meets the standards of very safety critical and highly regulated industry of Civil Aircraft Engines. The software used for building requirements models for TCC is Capella. Capella is open source free software built on Architecture Analysis and Design Integrated Approach (Arcadia) frame work. This framework extends and simplifies SysML. The advantages of this frame work over SysML are explained in [Ref. 1]. The Arcadia frame work is well suited to capture the complex systems involving multiple disciplines along with Mechanical systems as explained in [Ref. 2]. This paper presents a detailed study performed on product system level requirements and captures both functional and non-functional requirements such as operational and safety requirements. In the Arcadia framework this is represented at system analysis level. Further studies capture the logical and physical architecture which is representative in nature.
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Abraham, A. P. G., and E. T. C. Spooner. Anialik River, Arcadia Bay. Natural Resources Canada/ESS/Scientific and Technical Publishing Services, 1992. http://dx.doi.org/10.4095/133315.

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Finn, John M., and James Chen. Equilibrium of Solar Coronal Arcades. Fort Belvoir, VA: Defense Technical Information Center, March 1989. http://dx.doi.org/10.21236/ada207311.

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Dick, Gary O., R. M. Smart, and Eugene R. Gilliland. Aquatic Vegetation Restoration in Arcadia Lake, Oklahoma: A Case Study. Fort Belvoir, VA: Defense Technical Information Center, May 2004. http://dx.doi.org/10.21236/ada424448.

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Zurawski, Jason, Jennifer Schopf, Hans Addleman, and Doug Southworth. Arcadia University Bioinformatics Application Deep Dive. Final report. KINBERCON 2019, Philadelphia, PA, April 3, 2019. Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), July 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.2172/1542424.

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Herrera-Muñoz, Stella María. Elaboración de provisionales de autocurado para prótesis parcial fija o coronas individuales. Ediciones Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, December 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.16925/gcgp.29.

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Con esta guía para la elaboración de provisionales de autocurado para prótesis parcial fija o coronas individuales se espera tener una ruta clara para las prácticas de preclínica de los alumnos en modelos tipo Odonto, los cuales simulan las arcadas dentales de pacientes edéntulos parciales. La provisional es un dispositivo temporal que brinda a la estructura protección para la pulpa, restaura la función, la estabilidad y da la estética requerida por el paciente, ya que sirve para proyectar el tratamiento definitivo. Para la elaboración de la provisional de autocurado se debe considerar la morfología dental, la selección del color del material restaurador, la preparación del diente pilar (evaluando en esta la definición de la línea terminal), la vía de inserción, el espacio interoclusal e interproximal, los cuales son componentes de los principios de tallado. El material de elección para elaborar provisionales es la resina acrílica, que está compuesta por monómero y polímero, material que cuenta con apropiadas características de estabilidad, y con un fácil y rápido manejo, lo cual ayuda al operador a obtener excelentes resultados. Las técnicas que se manejan para la realización de dicho procedimiento son: cáscara de huevo y en bloque; la diferencia entre estas dos es la utilización del encerado diagnóstico y la elaboración de una matriz en silicona. Con esta guía se busca que los estudiantes adquieran conocimientos, habilidades y destrezas para la atención de sus pacientes.
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Controlled photomosaic of the MTM 45162 Quadrangle, Arcadia Planitia Region of Mars. US Geological Survey, 1993. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/i2316.

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Controlled photomosaic of the MTM 45167 Quadrangle, Arcadia Planitia region of Mars. US Geological Survey, 1993. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/i2317.

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Controlled photomosaic of the MTM 45172 Quadrangle, Arcadia Planitia region of Mars. US Geological Survey, 1993. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/i2318.

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Controlled photomosaic of the MTM 45177 Quadrangle, Arcadia Planitia Region of Mars. US Geological Survey, 1993. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/i2319.

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Revised shaded relief map and controlled color photomosaic of the Arcadia Quadrangle (MC-3) of Mars. US Geological Survey, 1999. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/i2573.

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