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The Romans, in fact, made something of a regular practice of what has come to be called damnatio memoriae, the "condemnation of memory," especially of deceased emperors judged to have reigned poorly.
Pienso entonces en las modificaciones a la trama de la novela original en Lady Macbeth--, pienso en Elle, y me pregunto si algun sabio de la antigua Roma llego a llamar al espectaculo de damnatio ad bestias "transgresor".
Barolini's religious inspiration drew criticism--even when he was alive, which probably contributed to his subsequent damnatio memoriae--by both his non-religious interlocutors and the representatives of religious institutions.
No obstante, Fernandez uriel considera que la aplicacion de la damnatio memoriae fue parcial.
La condena del emperador difunto en damnatio memoriae dejaria para la posteridad el recuerdo de Adventus como si hubiera sido consul unico en el primer semestre del ano 218 (Cass.
The problem with Falcone is not that the oblivion into which his Neo-Latin poetry has fallen has produced a misleading picture of its author, but that it has led to a virtual damnatio memoriae of both the man and his works, to the extent that the article on him in the Dizionario biografico degli italiani confuses him with another man with a similar-sounding name.
On private homes as monuments, Hales (2000, 46) argues that Cicero understood the destruction of one's home to be a form of damnatio memoriae.
After the Second World War and the fall of Fascism, Futurism suffered a damnatio memoriae and in Italy Boccioni's reputation flagged.
Indeed, this send-off of Lenin was only the beginning of a craze of damnatio memoriae that included the near-complete destruction of the Berlin Wall and culminated in the revanchist replacement of the Palace of the Republic, the seat of parliament and an icon of '70s German Democratic Republic (GDR) architecture, with a reconstruction of the castle of the Prussian king, to be completed in 2019.
Sottolinea ancora Pirani come, a differenza degli Stati Uniti, in Italia Poggioli abbia subito una vera e propria damnatio memoriae, malgrado la sua figura sia stata di primo piano soprattutto per la cultura del nostro paese:
Per comprendere appieno il senso e il merito di quella damnatio memoriae che ancora perseguita Guittone si dovranno pero considerare anche altri luoghi, tutti quanti infernali o che all'Inferno, esplicitamente o implicitamente, rimandano.
The denunciation of the violation of this covenant by the conspirators operated by Antonio stresses the deprivation and degradation brought about by the killing in a real damnatio of the conspirators' action.