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Department
Classics
Course
CLA160H1
Professor
Johnathon Burgess
Semester
Fall

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WEEK 10 TUTORIAL (NOVEMBER 25 ) TH The Satyricon (Written by Gaius Petronius Arbiter  Not a Freedman)  15th c.  Consulate in 62 AD  Arbiter elegentiae (informal role, between a fashion assistant for Nero as well as a cultural Judge)  Petronius according to Tacitus was acquired to luxury (devotee of luxury)  The Dinner Party of Trimalchio (Second major part of the book)  Novel is not much about the plot  The narrator’s name is Encolpius (Pederasty)  Satire (Latin origin) Cena Trimalchius  Un-Intelligible (Lack of information/Ignorance of myths)  One narrator throughout and speakers aside  1 Person (Encolpius)  Subtitled What is Being Satirized?  Aristocrats? > Nouveau (x) Riche (Ex-Freedman)  Element of Class  Class > Freedman, manipulate  All about character  Aware of their own class, virtues are gendered  Race  Start off in Puteoli (Association with Greeks + Slaves)  Creation of the Other  Trimalchio (From Asia Minor  Modern Day Turkey
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