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Membra disjecta: Paris BNF Lat. 8093 (VIII) + Paris BNF Lat. 8318 (III), un témoin complet des Disticha Catonis

digital Membra disjecta: Paris BNF Lat. 8093 (VIII) + Paris BNF Lat. 8318 (III), un témoin complet des Disticha Catonis
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rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2016 - 2
titolo Membra disjecta: Paris BNF Lat. 8093 (VIII) + Paris BNF Lat. 8318 (III), un témoin complet des Disticha Catonis
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 09-2016
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Paris BNF lat. 8093 (VIII) and Paris BNF lat. 8318 (III) are the two parts of a complete witness of the Disticha Catonis, dating from the middle of the IXth century. Editors did not exploit it as a codicological unit. On palaeographical and textual grounds its origin can be located in the scriptorium of Hincmar of Reims and the text of the Disticha Catonis can be fitted in a stemma. The lost archetype of the Disticha had been brought by Theodulfus of Orléans from Northern Italy to Lyon in the early IXth century. The dissemination of the work started at Lyon and was resumed by the Reims scriptorium of Hincmar, in the mid IXth century.