The purpose of this paper is to investigate the possible presence of the text of Catullus in the Rheinland area during the Middle Ages. Next to a new presentation of data concerning a variant to the text of Priscian’s Ars 7,22, where Catull. 37,18 is mentioned, transmitted by the manuscript Coloniensis 202, the paper also investigates the possibility that Catull. 101,1 might be echoed in some verses of the Carmen Cantabrigiense 14, probably elaborated in the same area where Coloniensis 202 was written.

(2019). Intersezioni catulliane sulle sponde del Reno? [articolo]. In PAIDEIA. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/141051

Intersezioni catulliane sulle sponde del Reno?

Lo Monaco, Francesco
2019

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The purpose of this paper is to investigate the possible presence of the text of Catullus in the Rheinland area during the Middle Ages. Next to a new presentation of data concerning a variant to the text of Priscian’s Ars 7,22, where Catull. 37,18 is mentioned, transmitted by the manuscript Coloniensis 202, the paper also investigates the possibility that Catull. 101,1 might be echoed in some verses of the Carmen Cantabrigiense 14, probably elaborated in the same area where Coloniensis 202 was written.
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Lo Monaco, Francesco
(2019). Intersezioni catulliane sulle sponde del Reno? [articolo]. In PAIDEIA. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/141051
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