The licentiousness of mimes in the Augustan age offers to Ovid the hint to denounce the ambiguity of the regime; the presence of the theme of adultery in this type of performances induces Ovid to point out that his case was object of a partial judgment. The poet blames the conciliation of austerity and frivolity under Augustus, because he was a victim of this situation.

Ovidio censore dei mimi: Trist.2,497-520

CICCARELLI, Irma
2008

Abstract

The licentiousness of mimes in the Augustan age offers to Ovid the hint to denounce the ambiguity of the regime; the presence of the theme of adultery in this type of performances induces Ovid to point out that his case was object of a partial judgment. The poet blames the conciliation of austerity and frivolity under Augustus, because he was a victim of this situation.
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