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The international network Polymnia, created in 1999 by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Françoise Graziani to promote the study of the mythographical tradition in Europe from Antiquity to the 17th Century has developed two types of activities: a programme of conferences in the various partner institutions and the publications of bilingual texts with translations and notes in the series Mythographes (Presses Universitaires du Septentrion).
The journal Polymnia continues the research programme of the network. It offers a space for interdisciplinary and diachronic reflection and debate about mythographical texts in Antiquity, in the Middles Ages, and in the Renaissance.
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Journal Polymnia – ISSN 2491-1704

Latest edition
2021


Charles Delattre Présentation [Full text]

Jaume Pòrtulas Ezio Pellizer (1943-2018) in memoriam [Full text]

Alexandra Trachsel Force narrative et usage littéraire des noms mythologiques : l’exemple d’Élien de Préneste [Abstract][Full text]

Ariadna Arriaza Multiple characters, one name: Heracles’ multiplicity in Herodorus of Heraclea and its influence in Late Antiquity [Abstract][Full text]

Gisèle Besson Tex a Grecis dicitur : les épithètes divines dans le traité du troisième Mythographe du Vatican (ou Pseudo-Albrecht) [Abstract][Full text]

Jean-Yves Tilliette Étymologie et eschatologie : remarques sur le commentaire de Bernard Silvestre aux six premiers livres de l’Énéide (vers 1130-1140) [Abstract][Full text]

Maria Luisa Delvigo Mythici vs physici nell’esegesi tardo antica: nuove considerazioni [Abstract][Full text]

Françoise Graziani La mythographie comme science poétique à la Renaissance [Abstract][Full text]