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Title: Insultar con gestos en la Roma antigua y hoy
Author: Fornés Pallicer, M. Antònia
Puig Rodríguez-Escalona, Mercè
Keywords: Comunicació no verbal
Llatí
Pragmàtica (Lingüística)
Nonverbal communication
Latin language
Pragmatics
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Universidad de Valladolid
Abstract: This paper deals with the use of some emblemes (i.e., gestures which, in a certain culture, have an inequivocal verbal equivalent) in classical Rome and their survival in the present time. We specifically study emblems which express ridicule and insult. Six gestures are analized; four of them were already used in Rome as mocking or insulting gestures (imitating the stork, the ears of an ass, sticking out the tongue and extending the middle finger); furthemore, two gestures have been included that were used in the Roman Antiquity but did not have the mocking meaning that they convey nowadays (the horn-sign and the fig-sign).
Note: Reproducció del document publicat a: http://minerva.blogs.uva.es/numeros-anteriores-2/
It is part of: Minerva. Revista de Filología Clásica, 2005, num. 18, p. 137-151
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/110011
ISSN: 0213-9634
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Filologia Grega, Filologia Llatina, Filologia Romànica i Filologia Semítica)

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