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Il nome di Mansueto arcivescovo di Milano (c. 672-681)
di Mirella Ferrari pagine: 11 € 6,00
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On each side of the golden altar in the basilica of St Ambrose in Milan four saints are portrayed: on the right side are St Ambrose with the martyrs Gervasius, Protasius, and the bishop Simplicianus; on the left St Martin of Tours with the martyr Nabor, Nazarius, and a bishop of Milan, whose name is abbreviated as MANV. The full form of the name has been read as Maternus, whereas it has to be read as Mansuetus. Mansuetus (fl. 679-80) is the author of a letter sent to the emperor Constantine IV Pogonatus for the Sixth Oecumenical Council of Constantinople, which is transmitted by 19 manuscripts. Eight of these MSS are 9th-Century and almost contemporary with the golden altar. A copy of Mansuetus’ letter is included in MS Vat. Lat. 268, the final volume of a 12th-Century comprehensive collection of Ambrose’s works, written on the initiative of Martino Corbo, praepositus of the Basilica (fl. 1126-1152). This MS testifies to a lasting tradition, still connecting Mansuetus with St Ambrose.
Un frammento del sec. IX della Collectio Quesnelliana nell’Archivio Capitolare della Basilica di S. Ambrogio a Milano
di Marco Petoletti pagine: 20 € 6,00
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The rich collection of documents preserved in Milan, Archivio Capitolare della Basilica di S. Ambrogio, includes a number of loose leaves from codices. Three of these fragments are here described. The oldest one, Perg. sec. XI n° 126c, is a four-leave item, written in caroline minuscule with raethian influences probably in Northern Italy, in the 9th Century, circa med. or third quarter. The text is a fragment of the rare Collectio Quesnelliana, a canonical collection composed in Rome, 4th-5th century, and attested in 8th-9th-century manuscripts from France and Germany. An updated list of the MSS containing the Collectio Quesnelliana is given.
Juvenal 14 and the end of Walter of Châtillon’s Alexandreis
di Neil Adkin pagine: 6 € 6,00
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At the conclusion of his great Alexandreis Walter of Châtillon describes his hero’s tomb. These important lines have been the object of sedulous Quellenforschung. It has however escaped notice that they would seem to have been influenced by Juvenal’s account of a shipwrecked merchant in Satire XIV. The broader context of this Juvenalian passage would also appear to have coloured the foregoing section of the epic.
«Ut in libro annualium continetur». Il codice Ambr. N.I.2 inf. e il Kalendarium-Obituarium della Chiesa di Monza
di Renato Mambretti pagine: 19 € 6,00
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MS Ambr. N.I.2 inf., fasc. 12, is an account book of the church of St John the Baptist in Monza, drawn up by only one hand ca 1404. It includes records of incomes, paid in farm produces or cash, from liturgical officiations in several churches in the district of Monza and similar. Most interesting is the list of Masses for the dead to be celebrated in St John the Baptist: it appears to be an excerpt from the official old and large obituary book (Kalendarium-Obituarium, now Monza, Bibl. Capitolare, h-14, saec. XII-XIII, with additions up to the early XVIth century). This selective copy was made for the purpose of providing a handy list of anniversaries still to be celebrated, with the exclusion of the many oldest and forgotten names which filled the pages of the great obituary. The text is here edited.
I vescovi di Assisi, il monastero di S. Benedetto del Monte Subasio e il processo formativo della decretale Conquerente oeconomo monasterii (CIC, Lib. I, tit. XXXI, cap. XVI)
di Nicolangelo D'Acunto pagine: 12 € 6,00
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Guido II bishop of Assisi pursued a policy of power against exemptions in his diocese, and he claimed revenues held by the monastery of S. Benedetto al Monte Subasio. Honorius III sent a letter to Guido II (17.1.1222), in order to settle the controversy. The letter is preserved in the Registri Vaticani (Archivio Segreto Vaticano, Reg. Vat. 11, f. 191) and in the Decretales Gregorii IX (lib. I, tit. XXXI, cap. 16), in the form rearranged by Raymond of Peñafort. The two versions are compared to offer an exemple of Raymond’s working method.
Pier De’ Crescenzi ossia la corsa a ostacoli del traduttore
di Benedikt Konrad Vollmann pagine: 5 € 6,00
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A translator of Pier de’ Crescenzi’s manual on agriculture Ruralia commoda (about 1305-1307) has to surmount various obstacles put as well by the author’s compilatory method and his use of nonlatin vocabulary as by scribal errors in the manuscripts, flaws in the critical edition, and bouts of drowsiness the translator himself is now and then suffering from.
San Paolo nella biblioteca del Petrarca: le postille del codice di Napoli e del Par. lat. 1762
di Marco Baglio pagine: 71 € 6,00
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Two manuscripts from Petrarch’s personal library concern the Pauline letters: Naples, Biblioteca San Luigi, Ar. I, 50, offering the full text of St Paul’s letters with glossa ordinaria, and Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, lat. 1762, containing Pauline commentaries by Ambrosiaster, Haimo of Auxerre, Jerome. Petrarch read and annotated both MSS: the Naples MS between 1350 and 1360; the Paris MS between 1360 and 1370. Maniculae, little flowers, notabilia, some other marginalia bear witness to a deep attention to scholarly questions and to moral and theological issues. Authors quoted are only St Augustine and Cicero. All the notes are here edited and commented, with cross references to Petrarch’s marginalia in other MSS and to his works.
Il Tractatus De iuramento di Nicola della Rosa Nera
di Romolo Cegna pagine: 61 € 6,00
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The House “At the Black Rose” in Prague was a singular centre of study and instruction by the University’s Natio Bohemica. Since 1411 there were three teutonici guest professors linked to the party of John Hus: Master Peter of Dresden, Master Frederick Eppinge, and Master Nicholas of the Black Rose (de Rosa Nera); they were given the nickname of Dresdeners. In 1412 after the renewed sentence of Wyclif’s 45 Articles passed by ecclesiastical and university authorities, Hus’s party decided to publicly defend some of these articles including the one that prohibited the oath in certain cases. A treatise discussing this issue is in Prague, former Chapter Library, now Archiv Pražskeho Hradu, MS C 116, of which the edition is here given: the text is by Nicolaus de Rosa Nera and can be considered his testament. As a bachelor of Canon Law he quotes canonical texts: Decretum Gratiani, the Decretals with the glosses. Besides, a basic authority quoted is Pseudo-Chrysostom’s Opus imperfectum in Matthaeum, in order to support the view that the six Evangelical Recommendations of Mt 5, including Mt 5,37, are to be considered commandments. Nicolaus states the duty to fight against the Antichrist, present in the Council of Constance and in the dominant simony of ecclesiastical organization. There are connections with the imitation of Christ in the spirit of the Devotio Moderna, but no connection with Waldesianism.
Una collezione di testi copiata da Francesco Sanuto (sec. XV med.)
di Giovanna Murano pagine: 14 € 6,00
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The same collection of texts is transmitted by two MSS: Florence, Biblioteca Riccardiana, 860 and Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, 593, both written by the same 15th-Century copiyst, Francesco Sanuto. This collection provides unexpected hints on the authorship of two works which enjoied a large circulation in the late Middle Ages: the Decretum abbreviatum and the De mysterio Missae. The opening rubric of Decretum abbreviatum includes a sharp abbreviation, which could be expanded to give the name of Sicardus of Cremona. The commentary on De mysterio missae, transmitted by the Riccardiano and Arsenal MSS, states that it is the work of Ivo of Chartres, a quite improbable attribution, since the text is generally attributed to Hildebertus of Lavardin.
Aspetti dell’esperienza grafica del Quattrocento italiano attraverso i Manoscritti datati d’Italia
di Teresa De Robertis pagine: 18 € 6,00
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In the “Manoscritti datati d’Italia” series descriptions and plates of 1782 manuscripts have been published so far, and 85% are 15th-century items. Thus the series is of basic importance for the study of late medieval and humanistic scripts, particularly in Italy, where two main traditions (moderna and antiqua), which included a great variety of writing practices, continued side by side during the Quattrocento. These plates are tools for a palaeographical study aiming at classification. Manuscripts in moderna appear to outnumber those in antiqua; 44% of the Italian book production is of Tuscan origin; the peak of production, both in antiqua and in moderna, took place between 1450 and 1480. Among the ‘modern’ scripts, the textualis appears prevailing. Many foreign scribes are active in Italy: some of them are deeply influenced by Italian writing models.
I copisti dei manoscritti datati
di Nicoletta Giovè pagine: 19 € 6,00
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The “Manoscritti datati d’Italia” series is covering an increasing number of manuscript collections in Italian libraries and provides the opportunity to examine different typologies of scribal subscriptions. The scribe can be a professional worker, or a notary, or amateur, or the author himself; sometimes he offers information on his age, health or social status. The colophon may mention the MS commissioner, the date and place of execution, how long the work lasted and other circumstances. The colophon may include a request for prayers or for money, cryptograms, verses, old topoi. In university texts a large number of scribes with foreign names testifies to the many transalpini, who were active in Italy.
La tradizione manoscritta dell’esegesi antica allo Scudo di Eracle esiodeo: due gruppi di codici (sec. XIV-XVI)
di Andrea Martano pagine: 38 € 6,00
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The aim of this paper is to show the relationships between five manuscripts of the ancient scholia to the hesiodic Shield. They can be divided into two groups: the first including mss. Vat. Pal. gr. 425, Rom. Vallicell. F 16, leid. Vulc. gr. 23; the second including Laur. Conv. Soppr. 158 and Par. gr. 2833. The two groups have primarly a close relationship between each other and are in close affinity with the family of Vat. gr. 1332. Remarks on the text of some scholia are added in appendix.
Recensioni
pagine: 9 € 12,00
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Histoire et culture dans l’Italie byzantine. Acquis et nouvelles recherches, sous la dir. de A. JACOB, J.-M. MARTIN et G. NOYÉ (C.M. Mazzucchi), p. 581 - Certificats de pèlerinage d’époque Ayyoubide. Contribution à l’histoire de l’idéologie de l’Islam au temps des croisades, publiés et présentés par D. SOURDEL - J. SOURDELTHOMINE (G. Ligato), p. 583 - J. DE MANDEVILLA, Libro de las maravillas del mundo (Ms. Esc. M-III-7) ed. crítica de M.M. RODRÍGUEZ TEMPERLEY (M. Peretto), p. 584 - S. BERNARDINELLO, Catalogo dei codici della Biblioteca Capitolare di Padova. In appendice gli incunaboli con aggiunte manoscritte (M. Ferrari), p. 587
Annunzi bibliografici
pagine: 12 € 12,00
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P.F. MORETTI, La Passio Anastasiae. Introduzione, testo critico, traduzione (M. Rivoltella), p. 591 - Codex Trecensis. La «Regola pastorale» di Gregorio Magno in un codice del VI-VII secolo: Troyes, Médiathèque de l’Agglomération Troyenne, 504. I-II, a c. di L.G.G. RICCI (G. Picasso), p. 592 - L’«Appendix Probi». Nuove ricerche, a c. di F. LO MONACO - P. MOLINELLI (M. Ferrari), p. 593 - EUSEBIO DI CESAREA, Concordanze degli evangelisti – Armonie evangeliche (Brescia, Biblioteca Queriniana, ms. F.II.1), riproduzione in facsimile, e Le concordanze di Eusebio. Commentario, presentaz. di A. PIROLA, commento di E. FERRAGLIO (S. Signaroli), p. 595 - Lettura dell’Edda. Poesia e prosa [Atti del VI Seminario avanzato in Filologia Germanica, Torino, 19-23 sett. 2005], a c. di V. DOLCETTI CORAZZA - R. GENDRE (C. Milani), p. 596 - Jure Vetere. Ricerche archeologiche nella prima fondazione monastica di Gioacchino da Fiore (indagini 2001-2005), a c. di C. DAMIANO FONSECA - D. ROUBIS - F. SOGLIANI (G. Picasso), p. 597 - Les obituaires du chapitre cathédral d’Albi, sous la dir. de J. FAVIER - J.L. LEMAÎTRE par M. DESACHY (R. Mambretti), p. 597 - Petrus de Crescentiis, Erfolgreiche Landwirtschaft. Ein mittelalterliches Lehrbuch, eingeleitet, übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von B.K. VOLLMANN (M. Petoletti), p. 598 - Nuovo Liruti. Dizionario biografico dei Friulani: 1. Il Medioevo, a c. di C. SCALON (M. Ferrari), p. 600 - Nuove ricerche su codici in scrittura latina dell’Ambrosiana. Atti del Convegno, Milano, 6-7 ottobre 2005, a c. di M. FERRARI - M. NAVONI (L. Casarico), p. 601.
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