ЛАТИНСКИ ПАНЕГИРИЦИ У СЛУЖБИ ЦАРСКЕ ПРОПАГАНДЕ НА ПРИМЕРУ КОНСТАНТИНА ВЕЛИКОГ/ LATIN PANEGYRICS USED FOR IMPERIAL PROPAGANDA AS EXEMPLIFIED BY CONSTANTINE THE GREAT

Ирена Љубомировић

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У раду је начињен кратак осврт на развој латинског беседништва у IV веку. Указано је на значај панегирика који су били један од најзначајних инструмената царске пропаганде. Посебно су анализирана два говора посвећена Констатнину Великом из 310. и 313. године одржана у Триеру. На примеру ова два говора показали смо да ли је и у коликој мери званична царска политика утицала на састављаче говора.

 

Кључне речи: латински панегирици, Триер, царска идеологија, религијска орјентација

 

Abstract

This paper is a brief review of the development of Latin prose panegyrics in the fourth century AD. It focuses on the value of panegyrics, which were one of the most important instruments of emperor’s propaganda. I analyzed two panegyrics from 310 and 311, of Constantine the Great, delivered in Trier. With the two examples I showed whether and to what extent the official imperial policy influenced the writing of panegyrics.

 

Key words: Latin panegyrics, Trier, imperial ideology, religious orientation

 


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