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L’Iliade in Terra d’Otranto: il teatro omerico nell’inedito ciclo illustrativo del Breslaviense Rehdiger 26

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Articolo
rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2012 - 2
titolo L’Iliade in Terra d’Otranto: il teatro omerico nell’inedito ciclo illustrativo del Breslaviense Rehdiger 26
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 02-2012
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SUMMARY: The Iliad, Wrocl/ aw, Biblioteka Uniwersytecka, MS Rehdigeranus 26, written in Terra d’Otranto in the second half of the 13th cent. (1270 ca), is the third illustrated manuscript of the Iliad, after Milan, MS Ambrosianus F 205 inf. (5th cent.) and Venice, MS Marcianus Gr. 454 (Mid 10th cent.), best-known as Ilias picta and Homerus Venetus A. The illustrated cycle in MS Rehd. 26 is an unicum also with regard to the other two famous illuminated manuscripts. This paper focuses on the full-page drawings (ff. 1r-3r), which illustrated the fundamental events of the poem. Iconographic analogies show connections with MS Marcianus Gr. 454, with the Crusader manuscripts, and with the paintings of Santa Maria della Croce in Casaranello (Lecce).