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By Hans-Christian Gunther

The current quantity presents a entire advisor to at least one of the main tricky authors of classical antiquity. the entire significant facets of Propertius' paintings, its issues, the poetical strategy, its resources and types, in addition to the heritage of Propertian scholarship and the vexed difficulties of textual feedback, are handled in contributions by way of Joan sales space, James Butrica, Francis Cairns, Elaine Fantham, Paolo Fedeli, Adrian Hollis, Peter Knox, Robert Maltby, Tobias Reinhardt and Richard Tarrant; due house can be given to the reception of the writer from antiquity and the renaissance (Simona Gavinelli) as much as the trendy age (Bernhard Zimmermann). on the centre stands an interpretation of the 4 transmitted books by way of Gesine Manuwaldt, Hans-Peter Syndikus, John Kevin Newman, and Hans-Christian Gunther.

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3273), written by the historian and poet Antonio Beccadelli, probably in 1427. A second witness is constituted by a group of three manuscripts with a common intermediate source, perhaps a copy of X made for or by Niccolò Niccoli (m = Paris, Bibliothéque Nationale lat. 8233, a. 1465; r = Bibliotheca Bodmeriana Bodmerianus Lat. 141, a. 1466; u = Biblioteca Vaticana Urb. lat. 641, ca. 17–76). Another descendant is s (Munich, Universiteitsbibliothek 35 For Poggio’s ms and its descendants see also Heyworth 1986a, where different sigla are proposed the transmission of the text of propertius 43 Cim.

24 Patrologia Latina CIC 945–47; its authenticity has been denied, but on insufficient grounds. 11) concerning the poet Accius and a Julius Caesar that John probably mistook for the dictator. The annotator of the Bern ms (a copy of the Vocabularium of Papias) worked in Orléans; he added four lines of Propertius to the margins of his lexicon, and alluded to a fifth. 5, consuetos amplexu nutrit amores, in his own illicitum complexus nutrit amorem (237). Simon Aureacapra, a twelfth-century canon of St.

The second is a group of mss, including Parma, Biblioteca Palatina 140 (Florence, ca. 1430–1440), that combine a text derived from X independently of vmrusc with one derived from Petrarch’s ms; Heyworth proposes to cite one of them in his apparatus criticus, Wro∑aw, Bibl. Uniwersytecka AKC 1948 KN 197 (much discussed ca. 1900 as the “codex Lusaticus”). 11), when reconstructing X throughout, and when reconstructing the archetype, with whatever glosses and corrections it contained. Once that is done, the formidable task of emendation begins.

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