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Classical authors in mediaeval florilegia.

B. L. Ullman

Classical authors in mediaeval florilegia.

by B. L. Ullman

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Published by s.n. in [Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin literature -- History and criticism,
  • Literature, Medieval -- History and criticism

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    Reprinted from Classical philology.

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    Pagination1 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19160131M

    The collections of quotations from classical authors which begin to proliferate in the 12th century were generally entitled ‘flowers’. The larger medieval florilegia, even if they originated as private collections like the one mentioned, soon entered the public domain. Paolo Fedeli (pp) traces Propertius’ fate, from composition and private circulation through to its medieval transmission. Although the discussion is not divided by any subheadings, it is a fascinating tour de force, ranging (inter alia) through the grammarians, mediaeval florilegia and the various book divisions Propertius has suffered.

    entre et , ont été rassemblées dans Classical Authors in Medieval Florilegia, reprinted from Classical Philology , Chicago, , pour les œuvres de Tibulle, Pétrone, Valerius Flaccus, Virgile, etc. 10 Par ex., pour des textes qui ne sont plus disponibles ailleurs que dans. Advertise in Classical Philology; Previous Issue Next Issue Vol Number 1 | Jan., Select/Deselect All. For All Valerius Flaccus in the Mediaeval Florilegia. Maphaeus Vegius and His Thirteenth Book of the Aeneid.

    This chapter charts the survival and transmission of classical literature through the medieval libraries of England. For the Anglo-Saxon period, there are only sparse remains of the books themselves, although other forms of evidence witness a significant interest in classical literature. The expansion of English libraries after the Norman Conquest saw monastic scriptoria producing books .   “Medieval florilegia were systematic collections of extracts taken mainly from the writings of the Church Fathers from early Christian authors, also .


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