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This meditation on satire and its importance for communal self-definition directly responds to Hadrianic read article of imperial unification rome and egypt slot 1 links wrongly assume that internal cohesion can come without externally directed anger.

The sated ibises in Juvenal hearken back to this initial explanation of why Egyptians worship rome and egypt slot 1 links in the first place. This interest in the definition of a community gains steam as the satire begins erasing the two separate towns and looping them into one group which Juvenal collectively condemns.

By glossing volgus as a populusJuvenal hints at the ambiguity in the exact meaning of a community. The set of vocabulary for the warrior-satirist, tuba chief among them, sets up a constellation of satiric roles that the Egyptian belligerents then follow.

One rome and egypt slot 1 links lexicographical note on a synonym of populus brings this play on peoples back rome and egypt slot 1 links Satire Only in Book 5 does Juvenal think about peoples, plural.

When Juvenal relates a cannibalism story that first mentions a volgi scelus and then redefines this group as a populushe situates his own story in a gray area.

Juvenal coordinates satire and the inherent enmity between ibises and snakes to for ladbrokes australia sorry that sympathy and cohesion within a community depend on anger and predatorial hatred between communities.

Volgi hints at a type of mob action that at first belies a civically oriented understanding of community developed by the opening. So too does Juvenal choose populus to describe the abstract civic collective whose foundations he narrates later in the poem.

When populus occurs in Books 1β€”4, it mostly refers to crowds of Roman non-elites. Then, anger and tears. In Satire 15, trumpets alternatively signal intercommunal satiric anger and intracommunal sympathy. The average occurrence of populus per one hundred lines bears this out.

Totemism was a strategic tool of the Egyptian king that headed off a pan-Egyptian political cohesion that could potentially threaten his own power.

Totemism allows Juvenal to shift the focus of his satire from individuals like Naevolus and Calvinus to the whole group. It is a question that Juvenal mulls over throughout the poem.

Diodorus and Plutarch both explain Egyptian animal worship through this totemic collocation of nature and culture. This reference to but denial of earlier explanations of ibis-worship contextualizes the etymological play on satura embedded in this reference to ibises and their diet illa pavet saturam serpentibus ibin The position of saturam calls attention to the literary definition of satura.

In Satire 1, Juvenal conceptualizes the satiric subject and object as two epic warriors fighting against each other 1.

Broadly, this pattern makes sense. The opening of Satire 15 develops a web of broad rome and egypt slot 1 links to the Greek and Roman discourse on Egypt, which I unpack in Part 1. Adopting animal totems drawn from the natural world necessarily includes the predatory relationships between these totems, a bedrock contribution to the understanding of totemism first made by A.

This crime of the common crowd is no common crime. The clear-cut separation of one town from another gets lost in the scrum of intermingled bodies, and Juvenal increasingly redirects populus to the whole of Rome and egypt slot 1 links, rather than its towns.

To Juvenal, Egypt as a whole is never a singular populus. Its narration of Egyptian cannibalism induced by religious fervor grows large, and its interest in an Odyssean narratological archetype, Republican comparanda for cannibalism, and aetiologies of community fades into the background. Diodorus mentions that Egyptian communities expressed their collective identity through animal totems. There is a marked reversal in Book 5. The one ibis eats many snakes. The second sentence crocodilon To Juvenal, the problem is not just, as in earlier authors, that Egyptians worship the wrong gods. In Satire 15, Juvenal presents the story of one Egyptian town for which he chooses the term populus attacking another town which is itself a different populus and then eating one of its inhabitants. The tale broadly establishes a collation of meals, a distinct social community populum Phaeacam , The emphasis on both angry and humorous reactions to the story-teller underscores a duality of anger and laughter that links literary in-groups and out-groups those assimilated to or distanced from the speaker to the totemic creation of communities. As Juvenal surveys Rome, its crowds naturally attract his satiric attention. The repetition of this martial metaphor, both in the Satires generally and specifically in Satire 15, cements the nexus of anger, insult, and fighting. His satire dramatizes a volgi scelus. This represents a critical shift. Entire towns revere cats there, fish here, a dog thereβ€”but nobody honors Diana. This generally validates a wider shift as Book 5 progresses from the city of Rome to a wider-ranging view of the empire and its constitution. The average usage rate for Book 5 1. This conflation of many different types and grades of opposed groups destabilizes an otherwise tidy oppositional structure of satireβ€”one virtuous side enters into satiric battle [End Page ] with another, morally faulty side. Through these two definitions Juvenal assimilates the tension between Roman elite and non-elite to open warfare between separate civic groups, turning the group into a core theme of his last book. Looking macroscopically, fifteen of twenty-one occurrences use populus in this way. This area reveres the crocodile, that one fears the ibis, sated with snakes. However, these two articulations of populus differ dramatically from each other, and from the plebeian crowd in Rome on whom Juvenal focuses in Books 1β€”4 and which he also calls a populus. Populus often marks an audience looking on at a focalized elite. When mined for data on Roman attitudes toward Egypt, Satire 15 becomes unmoored from scholarship aimed at situating the poem in the larger project of the Satires. This ironizing play on ever-larger communities critiques Hadrianic visions of imperial unity, to which I turn in Part 3. Satire 15 hinges on a barbarous conflict brought on by religious difference between different towns. In such cases, populus joins a toponym or ethnonym to yield phrases like populus Romanus, Aethiopum populos , or populum Phaeaca. In this regard, we can build on the connection between Satires 1 and 15 noted by others. But this apparent exceptionalism has warped the texture of the poem. Juvenal associates the worship of different animals with different parts of Egypt, building on the totemic justification of animal worship offered by Diodorus and Plutarch. He partially erases an otherwise clear line between the two meanings of populus , the one civic i. In Book 1, seven of ten occurrences deploy populus as a crowd, two connect populus with ethnonyms, and one does not fit the binary. For present purposes, his equal attention to both the individual and the group will bear fruit for a reading of Juvenal, who similarly plays on both the individual and group as the poem makes an analogical link between animals and communities. So, think all this over before you hear the trumpets. The specific animals that Juvenal mentions allow him to build on an extensive Greek and Roman discourse on animal worship. Populus as the warring factions of Satire 15 is enriched by and blends into the earlier occurrences of the word to mark the Roman lower strata, as contrasted with either emperor or aristocracy. This article shows what can be gained when we look synthetically both at the literary tradition toward Egypt on which Satire 15 clearly builds and at Egypt under Hadrian, which stands in such contrast with the temporally and spatially distorted Egypt represented by Juvenal. I need to justify, briefly, the criteria through which I am evaluating the term populus and its occurrences in Juvenal. First, the shift toward the localism of this animal worship gives the opening volley its structure. In the melee, one sorry soul is torn limb from limb and eaten raw. The pair creates the same logical system as both the totemic analogy and the dichotomous reaction bilem aut risum , Juvenal triangulates communities, the complementary emotions of anger and pity felt between and within them, and the satirist who regulates their norms of behavior. I explain this shifting usage through a lexicographical analysis of populus in the Satires , which reveals a marked shift in the meaning of populus from Books 1β€”4 to Book 5, from the non-elite crowd to a civic community. Juvenal keeps his satiric gaze trained on the populace, even as the progression in his corpus reveals how Juvenal pokes and prods at the exact meaning and coherence of this populus. Satire 15 opens with a catalogue of the various animals worshipped in various parts of Egypt Quis nescit, Volusi Bithynice, qualia demens Aegyptos portenta colat? After tracing the origins of the community, Juvenal directly compares humans and serpents, thus literalizing the previously analogical association of species and community. After the opening, Juvenal pivots to a comparison of his own story with the unbelievable yarn that Odysseus spins to the Phaeacians. How does Satire 15 build on the changing semantics of populus? You cannot have internal cohesion without external anger. Indeed, his explanation of totemism 1. Populus -qua- volgus does not have the same tidy proxy, but broader context often clarifies the usage. The sectarianism itself is ridiculous, not just animal-gods or the rituals devoted to them. Juvenal stylistically drives this point home. This is already signaled by the totemic analogy. Populus as non-elite audience predominates in Books 1β€”4, and Book 5 almost exclusively prefers the civic definition of populus. Such explanations were the dominant refrain on Egyptian sacred animals. The permutations of individual and group become essential to Juvenal, who repeatedly contrasts the two: the authorial voice whether Odyssean storyteller or Horatian satirist educates, amuses, and riles up the whole group; one ibis eats many serpents; later, a whole town dismembers and thus pluralizes one individual. For example, the worship of an ibis, sated on snakes, illa pavet saturam serpentibus ibin , In his passage on animals in Egyptian religion, Herodotus ties snake-worship to Thebes 2. A long-simmering antipathy between two towns erupts into insults, and then a fight. As I argue, Juvenal is making a point with Egypt, not about Egypt. The opening defines towns like Ombos and Tentyra as the operative communal unit, for which Juvenal uses the freighted word populus.