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Classical authors in the Florilegium Gallicum and related manuscripts.

Rosemary Jean Burton

Classical authors in the Florilegium Gallicum and related manuscripts.

by Rosemary Jean Burton

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Pagination398 leaves
Number of Pages398
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Open LibraryOL14698399M

  The manuscript I’m using can be fully viewed here, courtesy of the British Library’s Digitised Manuscripts. The section we are looking at starts at this page, and you can check it against a plain Latin text of the Aeneid here. Our manuscript starts at line of book seven of the Aeneid. The classical florilegia in Latin were very popular in the Middle Ages: from the four centuries (ninth to twelfth) to which the present investigation is limited, more than seventy different florilegia are still extant, preserved in a hundred manuscripts anterior to the thirteenth century. After having proposed a typology and studied the characteristics of all these florilegia (date, origin Cited by: 8.

The Compendium moralium by Hieremias Montagnone is a fascinating florilegium that includes extensive extracts from classical authors (notably including seven passages from Catullus, the oldest manuscript witnesses to the text) that testify to the author’s early humanist interests. Manuscripts of this text are very uncommon on the market (only. This manuscript, or a copy of it, was probably later at Fleury, where it was known to Theodulf (d. ), and then at Orleans, where it was used by the compilers of the Florilegium gallicum in the middle of the twelfth century. Richard de Fournival, Chancellor of the Cathedral of Amiens () owned a copy of Tibullus (probably a copy of the.

Within this group a close relation is established with the manuscript Bambergensis M. L. V. 5 n. 9 (B). The article then presents the results of a collation of the three main witnesses of the Florilegium Gallicum containing the extracts: Paris, BNF, lat. and , and San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Real Biblioteca r: María José Muñoz Jiménez. Basilius Besler’s Florilegium. The Book of Plants - image 1 Basilius Besler’s Florilegium. The Book of Plants - image 2 Basilius Besler’s ry: Books > Classics.


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Classical authors in the Florilegium Gallicum and related manuscripts by Rosemary Jean Burton Download PDF EPUB FB2

It discusses the origin and purpose of the florilegium, investigates its circulation, in whole or in part, in a number of related manuscripts, lists a representative sample of the contents, and shows how the florilegium provides evidence both about the availability of classical texts in the Middle Ages and about the ways in which medieval readers interpreted and used : Rosemary Burton.

The Paperback of the Classical Poets in the Florilegium Gallicum by Rosemary Burton at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. It discusses the origin and purpose of the florilegium, investigates its circulation, in whole or in part, in a number of related manuscripts, lists a representative sample of the contents, and shows how the florilegium provides evidence both about the availability of classical texts in the Middle Ages and about the ways in which medieval readers interpreted and used them.

It discusses the origin and purpose of the florilegium, investigates its circulation, in whole or in part, in a number of related manuscripts, lists a representative sample of the contents, and shows how the florilegium provides evidence both about the availability of classical texts in the Middle Ages and about the ways in which medieval readers interpreted and used Range: $ - $ Classical poets in the "Florilegium Gallicum".

Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Classical authors in the Florilegium Gallicum and related manuscripts. book Rosemary Burton. Classical poets in the "Florilegium Gallicum" by Rosemary Burton; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Florilegium Gallicum, In literature, Latin poetry, Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern), Textual Criticism, Transmission of texts; Places: Rome.

of the early manuscripts of excerpt-collections, from the collectanea of Hadoard and Heiric in the 9th century to anonymous collections such as the Florilegium Gallicum in the 12th (O. prints more detailed descriptions of the florilegia manuscripts, analytically grouped, in Revue d'Histoire des Textes, 9 (), and 10 (), ).

Books shelved as classical-literature: The Odyssey by Homer, The Iliad by Homer, The Aeneid by Virgil, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, and Jane Eyre. Homer is the author whose works were copied and transmitted in largest numbers.

Papyrusthe famous ‘Bankes Homer’, is an especially attractive specimen. It contains Iliad B lines –, in 16 columns; the sheets which held lines 1– have been lost, and the roll may once have included Book 23 as well. The scribe took. The American Vignola: A Guide to the Making of Classical Architecture By William R.

Ware Student’s Edition of the Monograph of the Work of McKim, Mead & White, This volume explores the production and use of medieval manuscripts that contain classical Latin texts. Six experts in the field address a range of topics related to these manuscripts, including how classical texts were disseminated throughout medieval society, how readers used and interacted with specific texts, and what these books look like from a material standpoint.

This collection of. The amatory poems of Ovid in four manuscripts of the Florilegium gallicum. Richard A. LaFleur. A prosopographical commentary on Juvenal, Book One. Martin L. Stirewalt, Jr. The letter in Greek literature.

Mary Rebecca (White) Singer. Octavia minor, sister of Augustus; an historical and biographical study. Enid R. Parker. This study must have been the basis of a book "Classical poets in the `Florilegium Gallicum'", published in the series "Lateinische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters" (Frankfurt and Bern, ) and often referred to by other scholars.

So, one can expect her to be a professional scholar and her commentaries to be original and of interest/5(4). The second (β) encompasses manuscripts containing all of the related works—not only De Bello Gallico, but De Bello Civili, De Bello Alexandrino, De Bello Africo, and De Bello Hispaniensi, always in that order.

The oldest manuscript in this class is MS Paris lat. written at Corbie in the last quarter of the ninth : Julius Caesar, Aulus Hirtius (VIII). Florilegium, the Garden Bookstore, has ceased trading. Many thanks for your custom. All remaining books have passed to Wychwood Garden and Nursery.

The diffusion of Ovid’s Fasti in the Middle Ages occurred in large part through secondary sources such as anthologies and florilegia. The Florilegium Gallicum (twelfth century) is indeed the most wide-spread and most important florilegium of classical authors in this period.

The pages devoted to it here include an edition and study of the extracts of the Fasti of Ovid that were brought Author: Beatriz Fernandez De La Cuesta Gonzalez.

Calcidio, Marciano Capella, Macrobio, Prisciano y Cicerón) ; R. Burton, Classical Authors in the Florilegium Gallicum and Related Manuscripts, diss. Toronto, (selec-ción de poetas), y Classical Poets in the ' Florilegium Gallicum ' en Lateinische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalt Frankfurt a/M,p.

Buy Psychomachia (Bryn Mawr Latin Commentaries) UK ed. by Prudentius (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(4). Oxford Classical Dictionary, 4 th Edition.

Abbreviations List: Downloadable abbreviations PDF. General Abbreviations can be found here. Authors and Books Note: [- -] names of authors or works in square brackets indicate false or doubtful attributions.

A small number above. In her paper "Laying the Foundation for a New Work on the Pseudo-Virgilian Culex," Lisa St. Louis discusses work undertaken on a prolegomenon to a new edition of the pseudo-Virgilian poem Culex.

Fifty manuscripts are selected according to criteria such as ownership, geographical area or membership in a group defined by previous scholars.

The catalogue of manuscripts is carefully structured in Author: Lisa St. Louis. “Other than her homework, Ollie was carrying Captain Blood by Rafael Sabatini, a broken-spined paperback that she'd dug out of he dad's bookshelves.

She mostly liked it. Peter Blood outsmarted everyone, which was a feature she liked in heroes, although she wished Peter were a girl, or the villain were a girl, or someone in the book besides his boat and his girlfriend (both named Arabella.Antique Manuscripts.

Many collectors relive history by assembling a collection of antique manuscripts. To qualify as an antique, the item needs to be at least years old while anything younger qualifies as a vintage or collectible piece.Classical literature, the literature of ancient Greece and Rome (see Greek literature; Latin literature).The term, usually spelled “classical,” is also used for the literature of any language in a period notable for the excellence and enduring quality of its writers’ works.

In ancient Greece such a period extended from about to Golden Age of Rome ran from about 70 bce to.