The Early Textual History of Lucretius' De rerum natura.

By: Butterfield, DavidMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandCambridge Classical Studies: Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (364 p.)ISBN: 9781107419476Subject(s): Didactic poetry, Latin -- History and criticism | Lucretius Carus, Titus. De rerum naturaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Early Textual History of Lucretius' De rerum naturaDDC classification: 187 LOC classification: PA6484 .B88 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Illustrations; Preface; Introduction; 1 A sketch of the extant Lucretian manuscripts; (i) O (Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Voss. Lat. F. 30); (ii) Q (Leiden Universiteitsbibliotheek, Voss. Lat. Q 94); (iii) GVU (S) (Copenhagen Kongelige Bibliotek, Gl. Kgl. S. 211 2; Vienna Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Lat. 107, ff. 9-18); Editorial progress since the nineteenth century; 2 The indirect tradition of Lucretius; (A) Authors up to ad 200.; (B) Sextus Pompeius Festus (Verrius Flaccus and Paulus Diaconus)
(C) The Church Fathers (Tertullian, Lactantius, Arnobius, Augustine, Hieronymus)(D) Nonius; (E) Macrobius; (F) Virgilian commentators; (i) Servius; (ii) Other Virgilian scholia; (G) Other Grammarians (second-eighth centuries) (Terentius Scaurus, Marius Plotius, Marius Victorinus, Donatus, Charisius, Audax, Diomedes, Consentius, Cledonius, Pompeius, Priscian, `Maxim(in)us Victorinus´, pseudo-Probus, Eutyches, anonymous works); (H) Remaining authors (third-sixth centuries) (Serenus, Censorinus, Ausonius, Porphyrio, pseudo-Acro, Sidonius, Martianus Capella, Lactantius Placidus, Boethius)
(I) Isidore(J) Citations in florilegia; (K) Late citations (seventh-tenth centuries) (Aldhelm, Bede, Julian of Toledo, Sergius, Dicuil, Ermenrich, Hincmar, Codd. Vat. Reg. Lat. 598 and 1587, anonymous glossaries); Statistical summary of the indirect tradition; The so-called fragments of Lucretius; 3 The capitula of De rerum natura; (I) The Lucretian capitula and their manuscript tradition; (A) The extent of corruption in the text capitula; (B) The relationship between the indices and text capitula; (C) The reconstruction of the forms of the indices capitulorum in O
(D) The miscopying of capitula as the text of the poet and uice uersa(E) The dislocation and loss of capitula; (II) The authorship and purpose of the Lucretian capitula; (A) The form of the capitula; (B) The language of the capitula; (C) The purpose of the capitula; (D) The authorship of the capitula; Conclusion; 4 The correcting hands of O; (A) The work of Dungal (D); (i) The nature of D's alterations; (ii) The method of D's alterations; (iii) The identification of D; (B) The marginal punctuation in O: the work of the Annotator; (C) The work of O2; (D) The work of the Glossator (O3)
The descent of the Poggianus from O(a) Instances of good readings of Dungal (OD) or O2 apparently not accepted by the Poggianus; (b) Instances of corrections made by O3 also occurring in the Italian tradition; (E) The corrections of O4; (F) Remaining jottings; Conclusion; 5 The marginal annotations of Q1; Conclusion; Appendices; Appendix I Capitula Lucretiana1; Liber I; Liber II; Liber III; Liber IV; Liber V; Liber VI; Appendix II Apparatus fontium Lucreti (ante a.d. millesimum)1; Liber I2; Liber II; Liber III; Liber IV; Liber V; Liber VI; Appendix III The corrections and annotations of O
Od (Dungal)1
Summary: Surveys the first millennium in the circulation of Lucretius' De rerum natura, analysing its ancient readers, annotators, scribes and owners.
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Contents; Illustrations; Preface; Introduction; 1 A sketch of the extant Lucretian manuscripts; (i) O (Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Voss. Lat. F. 30); (ii) Q (Leiden Universiteitsbibliotheek, Voss. Lat. Q 94); (iii) GVU (S) (Copenhagen Kongelige Bibliotek, Gl. Kgl. S. 211 2; Vienna Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Lat. 107, ff. 9-18); Editorial progress since the nineteenth century; 2 The indirect tradition of Lucretius; (A) Authors up to ad 200.; (B) Sextus Pompeius Festus (Verrius Flaccus and Paulus Diaconus)

(C) The Church Fathers (Tertullian, Lactantius, Arnobius, Augustine, Hieronymus)(D) Nonius; (E) Macrobius; (F) Virgilian commentators; (i) Servius; (ii) Other Virgilian scholia; (G) Other Grammarians (second-eighth centuries) (Terentius Scaurus, Marius Plotius, Marius Victorinus, Donatus, Charisius, Audax, Diomedes, Consentius, Cledonius, Pompeius, Priscian, `Maxim(in)us Victorinus´, pseudo-Probus, Eutyches, anonymous works); (H) Remaining authors (third-sixth centuries) (Serenus, Censorinus, Ausonius, Porphyrio, pseudo-Acro, Sidonius, Martianus Capella, Lactantius Placidus, Boethius)

(I) Isidore(J) Citations in florilegia; (K) Late citations (seventh-tenth centuries) (Aldhelm, Bede, Julian of Toledo, Sergius, Dicuil, Ermenrich, Hincmar, Codd. Vat. Reg. Lat. 598 and 1587, anonymous glossaries); Statistical summary of the indirect tradition; The so-called fragments of Lucretius; 3 The capitula of De rerum natura; (I) The Lucretian capitula and their manuscript tradition; (A) The extent of corruption in the text capitula; (B) The relationship between the indices and text capitula; (C) The reconstruction of the forms of the indices capitulorum in O

(D) The miscopying of capitula as the text of the poet and uice uersa(E) The dislocation and loss of capitula; (II) The authorship and purpose of the Lucretian capitula; (A) The form of the capitula; (B) The language of the capitula; (C) The purpose of the capitula; (D) The authorship of the capitula; Conclusion; 4 The correcting hands of O; (A) The work of Dungal (D); (i) The nature of D's alterations; (ii) The method of D's alterations; (iii) The identification of D; (B) The marginal punctuation in O: the work of the Annotator; (C) The work of O2; (D) The work of the Glossator (O3)

The descent of the Poggianus from O(a) Instances of good readings of Dungal (OD) or O2 apparently not accepted by the Poggianus; (b) Instances of corrections made by O3 also occurring in the Italian tradition; (E) The corrections of O4; (F) Remaining jottings; Conclusion; 5 The marginal annotations of Q1; Conclusion; Appendices; Appendix I Capitula Lucretiana1; Liber I; Liber II; Liber III; Liber IV; Liber V; Liber VI; Appendix II Apparatus fontium Lucreti (ante a.d. millesimum)1; Liber I2; Liber II; Liber III; Liber IV; Liber V; Liber VI; Appendix III The corrections and annotations of O

Od (Dungal)1

Surveys the first millennium in the circulation of Lucretius' De rerum natura, analysing its ancient readers, annotators, scribes and owners.

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