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I testimoni del XIV secolo del "Pluto" di Aristofane

  • Domenica Maria Cisterna,

Among the almost 200 copies containing Plutus, the 23 fourteenth-century codices analysed in the book are the most ancient after the vetustiores and their collation has enabled the construction of a stemma codicum which effectively represents the Byzantine scholars' study environments and how they intersect. The identification of a Tzetzian study circle, which must have drawn from ancient sources, has led to an understanding of the nature of a large part of the fourteenth-century testimonies, thereby avoiding the generic explanation of contaminatio. This work makes further, interesting contributions through its recognition of the characteristics of the "Thoman" edition and identification of a link between Thessalonica and Constantinople, and also has the merit of having created greater clarity in the complex and as yet unstudied tradition of Plutus.

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Domenica M. Cisterna graduated from the University of Pisa and obtained a PhD in Greek and Latin philology from the University of Florence. Her main scientific interests are of a philological nature, with particular attention to studying the tradition and reconstruction of the classic texts, in particular those of Greek theatre.
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Book Title

I testimoni del XIV secolo del "Pluto" di Aristofane

Authors

Domenica Maria Cisterna

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2012

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-6655-287-1

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Premio Ricerca «Città di Firenze»

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2705-0289

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2705-0297

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