Die Dikaiomata des Aristoteles: Inhalt und Intention im Licht antiker Quellen digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2018 - 1
The present article deals with the Dikaiomata, one of Aristotle’s three historical works (alongside the Politeiai and the Nomima barbarika), of which only three fragments are preserved. The combined information from testimonia and fragments leads to the hypothesis that the Dikaiomata were a collection containing information about Greek Poleis, that the material collected was of a geographical, onomastic and historical nature and that Philip II of Macedonia may have used the collection in order to settle conflicts between Greek cities...
Die Pinakes des Andronikos im Licht der Vorrede in der Aristoteles-Schrift des Ptolemaios digital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2015 - 1
According to Plutarch, Andronicus of Rhodes (1st century B.C.) drew up Pinakes of the works of Aristotle and Theophrastus on the basis of books from their personal library which had been hidden away in Skepsis, centuries later brought to Rome by Sulla, where finally copies made by Tyrannio came into the hands of Andronicus. Andronicus’ Pinakes are lost...