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Per la storia dell’Esateuco Ambrosiano A147 inf.
di Mariachiara Fincati pagine: 41 Scarica
Ambr. MS A 147 inf., known as F in the Septuagint editions, was written in the early 5th Century. It was considerably restored at the end of the 11th Century, when all the writing was retraced, some sheets were replaced, and a great number of corrections and notes were added. A palaeographical and codicological description of the MS is here given, focusing on its medieval restorations. A selection of the notes and variant readings added in the margins are edited and commented. Many annotations quote from the Fathers of the Church and from the Hexapla, or add explanations taken from lexicographers; they are product of a Christian school. The variants show a knowledge of Aquila’s text and of other Greek translations very close to the Hebrew text and belonging to the group of the ‘Jewish revisions’. So, F marginal notes attest to the usage in a Christian milieu of a Greek text of the Bible produced and used by Jewish communities. F arrived to the Ambrosiana Library from Macedonia in the 17th Century.
I. Il codice oggi. II. Epoca alto-medievale. III. Epoca medievale: 1. Restauro dell’inchiostro; 2. Revisione del restauro e ulteriori integrazioni; 3. “Mise en page” e scrittura dei fogli di integrazione; 4. Il testo dei ff. 52-55; 5. Annotazioni marginali: a) Varianti testuali, b) Note esegetiche, c) Note lessicali, d) Altre annotazioni; 6. Considerazioni sul restauro medievale. IV. Epoca basso-medievale.
The textual tradition of the Carmen de uentis (AL 484): some preliminary conclusions with a new edition
di Alberto Paulo Farmhouse pagine: 35 Scarica
The Carmen de uentis (AL 484) is a school poem on the names of the winds, considered by Traube and Díaz y Díaz to be a seventh-century Visigothic composition. It achieved a wide manuscript circulation throughout the Middle Ages, and can be found in over fifty manuscripts, sometimes embodied in wind diagrams. The earliest branch, the oldest witnesses to which date from the early eighth century, circulated mainly in Visigothic milieux and northern Italy. The descendants of a more recent archetype, possibly a revision by a Carolingian scholar which presents a more ‘classical’ text, are mostly found in Reims, Fleury, Germany and connected centres, from the early ninth century onwards; this archetype is the source for most later copies. This article is the first attempt to provide a full description of the textual tradition of the poem and suggests that Riese’s text should be reconsidered.
Da un Sacramentario carolingio a un libretto di predicatore (Cremona, Bibl. Statale, Civ. AA. 1. 72, ff. di g.)
di Emilio Giazzi pagine: 11 Scarica
A 13th-Century preacher’s book (Cremona, Bibl. Statale, Civ. AA. 1. 72) bears a collection of texts, including St. Bernard of Clairvaux and St. Anthony of Padua. The present binding is 15th-Century: front fly leaves in this binding are two 9th-Century folios taken from a Sacramentary, written in Germany. The texts (fragments of a Missa de devoto and ritual for the dead) follow the 8th-Century tradition of the Gelasian Sacramentary and show close connections with the Gellone and Rheinau Sacramentaries.
Un frammento di Messale del X secolo in un registro conservato nell’Archivio di Stato di Cremona
di Simone Manfredini pagine: 11 Scarica
The archival volume Cremona, Archivio di stato, Comune di Cremona, Doni, lasciti, depositi, b. 21, is part of a register formerly in the archive of S. Agostino in Cremona (OESA). A 10th-Century bifolium has been re-used as cover for the binding of the incomplete register in the 16th/17th-Century. The script of the fragment points to a Northern Italian origin; the text is a portion of an early Missal, descending from the Sacramentarium Gregorianum.
Ancora sul De claustro animae di Ugo di Fouilloy: tradizione manoscritta
di Franco Negri pagine: 9 Scarica
Hugh of Fouilloy’s work and the text tradition of his De claustro animae were surveyed in 2006: a list of 357 surviving manuscripts was made. The preliminary work for the critical edition in Corpus Christianorum resulted in the finding of 69 more manuscripts, which are listed in the present article. MS Paris, BNF, lat. 13417 appears to be basic in the stemma codicum. Thomas of Ireland’s, Manipulus florum (early 14th Century) is an important step for its use among preachers.
Uno sconosciuto codice greco di lessicografia
di Carlo Maria Mazzucchi pagine: 13 Scarica
An unknown greek codex, mainly of lexicography (Rovereto, Biblioteca Civica, ms. 28; parchment; XIIIth/XIVth c., from a provincial area, maybe Greece; copied by Meletios hieromonachos) is described; three iambic poems (two of forensic milieu and a riddle) are published and translated.
Implicazioni culturali di alcune paretimologie
di Romano Sgarbi pagine: 6 Scarica
Two exemples of paretymology are discussed, one from Bede’s Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum (II 1), the other one from an Italian magazine («Il Timone», 80, 2009) dealing with religious subjects. Attention is given to the presence of evident mistakes from the point of view of the etymological science, and to the complexity of paretymological phenomenon, particularly within the Christian hermeneutics of the biblical text, in a dialectic contrast between human sciences and sapiential doctrine.
Maculature liturgiche nel Fondo Notarile Antico dell’Archivio Storico Civico di Vercelli
di Gionata Brusa pagine: 97 Scarica
Since the 16th Century the historical archive of the Comune of Vercelli has kept the notarial documents of the city. Registers, notularii, and other types of notarial books are often bound with recycled parchment, taken from discarded medieval manuscripts. All the liturgical texts reused in these bindings are here listed and described: there are fragments from 84 different codices, spanning from the 11th to the 15th Century and including several kinds of liturgical books, such as lectionaries, Missals, Antiphonaries, Breviaries, Homiliaries, Bibles, etc.
Notazioni neumatiche (secoli IX-XIII) nell’Italia settentrionale: inventario sommario
di Giacomo Baroffio pagine: 51 Scarica
In Northern Italy a great variety of neumatic notations existed side by side during the middle ages. Frankish and German notations are largely employed in the Alpine districts; there are notations of local origin, of which the most famous is that of Nonantola. A check-list of all the surviving witnesses (codices and fragments) of neumes written in Northern Italy is here provided; the exact place of origin and peculiar type of notation are specified whenever possible.


Marta Sordi (1925-2009)
di Cinzia Bearzot pagine: 3 Scarica
pagine: 30 Scarica
Régionalisme et internationalisme. Problèmes de paléographie et de codicologie du Moyen Âge. Actes du XVe colloque du Comité International de Paléographie Latine (Vienne, 13-17 septembre 2005), éd. O. KRESTEN - F. LACKNER (S. Gavinelli), p. 585 - M. BERGER - A. JACOB, La chiesa di S. Stefano a Soleto. Tradizioni bizantine e cultura tardogotica (C.M. Mazzucchi), p. 587 - C.A. MONTANARI, «Per figuras amatorias». L’Expositio super Cantica Canticorum di Guglielmo di Saint-Thierry: Esegesi e teologia (D. Pezzini), p. 588 - Benedetto XI, frate predicatore e papa, a c. di M. BENEDETTI (R. Bellini), p. 590 - B. VISCONTI, Le rime, a c. di D. PICCINI (P. Pellegrini), p. 592 - “Dela donason de Pava fatta a Cangrande”. Volgarizzamento di Lazzaro de’ Malrotondi del “De traditione Padue ad Canem Grandem anno MCCCXXVIII mense septembris et causis precedentibus” di Albertino Mussato, a c. di A. DONADELLO (L. Bartolucci), p. 594 - Mode e forme della fruizione della “materia arturiana” nell’italia dei sec. XIIIXV, Milano, 4-5 febbraio 2005, (R. de Cesare †), p. 596 - Conoscere il manoscritto: esperienze, progetti, problemi: dieci anni del Progetto Codex in Toscana. Atti del Convegno internazionale (Firenze, 29-30 giugno 2006), a c. di M. MARCHIARO - S. ZAMPONI (M. Pantarotto), p. 597 - Middle English, ed. by P. STROHM (D. Pezzini), p. 600 - A Repertorium of Middle English Prose Sermons, ed. by V. O’MARA - S. PAUL, Part 1: Introduction, and Cambridge University Library to London, British Library (Additional); Part 2: London, British Library (Arundel) to London, Westminister Abbey Library; Part 3: Manchester, John Rylands University Library to Oxford, Bodleian Library; Part 4: Oxford, Hertford College to York, Borthwick Institute for Archives, plus Indices (D. Pezzini), p. 602 - D. PEZZINI, The Translation of Religious Texts in the Middle Ages. Tracts and Rules, Hymns and Saints’ Lives (P. Tornaghi), p. 604 - G. ULUHOGIAN, Gli armeni (R. Sgarbi), p. 607 - C. SCALON, I libri degli anniversari di Cividale del Friuli, I-II (M. Ferrari), p. 609 - The Oxford History of Literary Translation in English, vol. I: To 1550, ed. by R. ELLIS (D. Pezzini), p. 611
Annunzi bibliografici
pagine: 6 Scarica
Età romanica. Metropoli, contado, ordini monastici nell’attuale provincia di Lecco (XI-XII secolo). Atti del Convegno, 6-7 giugno 2003, Varenna - Villa Monastero, a c. di C. BERTELLI (M. Sannazaro), p. 615 - A. SPICCIANI, L’ospedale lucchese di Altopascio. Storia economica e finanziaria nei secoli XI-XII (R. Bellini), p. 616 - V. CATTANA, Momenti di storia e spiritualità olivetana (secoli XIVXX), a c. di M. TAGLIABUE (R. Bellini), p. 616 - Répertoire des documents nécrologiques français. Troisième supplément (1993-2008), sous la dir. de J. FAVIER, par. J.-L. LEMAITRE (R. Mambretti), p. 617 - A. LIMENTANI - M. INFURNA, L’epica romanza nel Medioevo (L. Bartolucci), p. 618 - I Germani e la scrittura. Atti del XXXIII Convegno dell’Associazione Italiana di Filologia Germanica, Pescara, 7-9 giugno 2006, a c. di E. FAZZINI - E. CIANCI (C. Milani), p. 619

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