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Eine Exzerpthandschrift des 10. Jh. in Streifen – Zu den Auszügen aus dem anonymen Περὶ τῶν τῆς ῥητορικῆς προοίμιον, Iohannes Lydosʼ Περὶ μηνῶν, einem Paralleltext zu den Γεωπονικά und nicht identifizierten Werken in den Faszikelverstärkungen des Codex Serdicensis Dujčev gr. 37 im Forschungszentrum „Ivan Dujčev“, Sofia


Zingg, Emanuel (2015). Eine Exzerpthandschrift des 10. Jh. in Streifen – Zu den Auszügen aus dem anonymen Περὶ τῶν τῆς ῥητορικῆς προοίμιον, Iohannes Lydosʼ Περὶ μηνῶν, einem Paralleltext zu den Γεωπονικά und nicht identifizierten Werken in den Faszikelverstärkungen des Codex Serdicensis Dujčev gr. 37 im Forschungszentrum „Ivan Dujčev“, Sofia. Byzantion: Revue Internationale Des Études Byzantines, 2015(85):463-489.

Abstract

A few years ago, three parchment strips were found which come from a codex of the 10th century reused as a backing for three fascicles of the manuscript D. gr. 37, in the Centre for Slavo-Byzantine Studies “Prof. Ivan Dujčev” in Sofia. In this article the entire text of the fragments will be presented and discussed. They belong to a manuscript with excerpts from various works on grammar and rhetoric and on celestial signs, namely the anonymous Περὶ τῶν τῆς ῥητορικῆς προοίμιον §12,26-33 Patillon, John Lydusʼ Περὶ μηνῶν 4,119 Wünsch, a parallel text to the Γεωπονικά 1,3,12 and other unidentified works. The strips are independent witnesses for the text of all of the three aforementioned works. The most interesting case is the excerpt from Lydus where Apuleiusʼ De mundo 10-11 is quoted as source. However, we may suppose that Lydusʼ text was also directly founded on the original, the (pseudo-)Aristotelian Περὶ κόσμου 394b7-35 which had been translated by Apuleius.

Abstract

A few years ago, three parchment strips were found which come from a codex of the 10th century reused as a backing for three fascicles of the manuscript D. gr. 37, in the Centre for Slavo-Byzantine Studies “Prof. Ivan Dujčev” in Sofia. In this article the entire text of the fragments will be presented and discussed. They belong to a manuscript with excerpts from various works on grammar and rhetoric and on celestial signs, namely the anonymous Περὶ τῶν τῆς ῥητορικῆς προοίμιον §12,26-33 Patillon, John Lydusʼ Περὶ μηνῶν 4,119 Wünsch, a parallel text to the Γεωπονικά 1,3,12 and other unidentified works. The strips are independent witnesses for the text of all of the three aforementioned works. The most interesting case is the excerpt from Lydus where Apuleiusʼ De mundo 10-11 is quoted as source. However, we may suppose that Lydusʼ text was also directly founded on the original, the (pseudo-)Aristotelian Περὶ κόσμου 394b7-35 which had been translated by Apuleius.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Department of Greek and Latin Philology
06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of History
Dewey Decimal Classification:090 Manuscripts & rare books
180 Ancient, medieval & eastern philosophy
480 Classical & modern Greek languages
880 Classical & modern Greek literatures
Language:German
Date:24 December 2015
Deposited On:15 Jan 2016 11:32
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 19:52
Publisher:Universa Press
ISSN:0378-2506
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.2143/BYZ.85.0.3117811

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