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The emigrant Byzantine humanist Theodorus Gaza (c. 1400 -1475) is well known as a teacher of Greek in various Italian cities, as a copyist of Greek manuscripts, and as a translator of Greek philosophical works into Latin. His undertakings as a translator of Latin works into Greek, among which his version of Cicero’s De senectute deserves mention, h...
The present article is an investigation of the manuscripts and annotated books formerly belonging to the Dutch scholar Jacques Philippe d'Orville (1696-1751) which did not enter the Bodleian Library along with the rest of his library. Evidence is provided that disproves the commonly accepted assertion that d'Orville's library, which today is known...
Scaliger’s emendations, published here from his manuscripts and marginalia, often prove to anticipate those of later scholars and should be included in the apparatus of future editions.
From the information previously available, the Triclinian edition of Theocritus, known through the manuscripts Paris, BNF gr. 2832 and Vaticano, BAV gr. 1825 + 1824, was believed to end with the Syrinx and the Ara Dosiadae. Thanks to the discovery of a folio of the MS. Vaticano, BAV gr. 1824 in the Bodleian Library in Oxford, we now know that it co...
In this article the author Studies a new witness (Vaticanus gr. 1825) of Hesiod's Theogony that has been overlooked by recent editors of Hesiod's poems. It is a reliable testimony that should be preferred over one of its apographa, Laurentianus Conv. Soppr. 15, frequently quoted in West's edition.
Literature - Floridi(L.)Stratone di Sardi. Epigrammi. Alessandria: Edizioni dell' Orso, 2007. €60. 9788876949678. - Volume 128 - Guillermo Galán Vioque
En este artículo se editan y estudian las traducciones de los poetas bucólicos griegos realizadas por el poeta ilustrado Cándido María Trigueros (1736–1798), partiendo de los manuscritos que las han transmitido. Algunas de ellas han permanecido inéditas hasta ahora, mientras que otras tienen el mérito de ser las primeras versiones castellanas. This...
This article contains a study and collation of a new manuscript witness for the Theriaca of Nicander, ll. 933-958, transmitted in the miscellaneous ms. Matritensis 4607 and copied by the Byzantine humanist Konstantinos Laskaris.
Alfonso García Matamoros, the author of De ratione dicendi libri duo (Alcalá, 1548), is undoubtedly one of the most important rhetoricians of sixteenth-century Spain. A source study of De ratione, one of three treatises on rhetoric by this author, yields surprising results. García Matamoros borrowed extensively from Erasmus’ Ecclesiastes, Melanchth...
MÓDULO A. La tragedia y la comedia clásica Dr. Guillermo Galán Vioque 1. Características genéricas del teatro griego. 2. La tragedia: origen y desarrollo. Agamenón y la tragedia griega. 3. La comedia: origen y desarrollo. Las comedias de enredos de Menandro. MÓDULO B. Teatro inglés del Renacimiento: Shakespeare. Dr. Zenón Luis Martínez