Satyricon

(1st century ), comic, picaresque novel attributed to Petronius Arbiter.[7 related articles]
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Satyricon

[opera] Satyricon is a chamber opera by Bruno Maderna with a libretto adapted by Ian Strasfogel and the composer from Petronius. It was written during Maderna`s last illness in 1973 and premièred as part of the Holland Festival on 16 March 1976, in Scheveningen, The Netherlands. The work consists of 16 unordered numbers (with the option of...
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Satyricon

[nightclub] Satyricon was a nightclub in the Old Town neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, United States, best known as a venue for local and touring alternative rock bands and referred to as the oldest rock club on the West Coast. ==History== Satyricon, located at 125 N.W. Sixth Avenue (formerly `Marlowe`s Tavern, a dark, narrow barroom on a ...
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Satyricon

The Roman poet Gaius Petronius Arbiter (14-66) wrote this 20-volume only in fragments surviving novel. In it a witty-realistic, partly grotesque moral portrait of the social conditions in the Rome of the first century is described. The protagonist and narrator is an educated, eclectic young man named Encolpius, who travels all over southern Italy. ...
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