On the basis of previous bibliography and new palaeographical and codicological evidence, the present paper aims to attribute two manuscripts of Catullus and Pontano to Virgilio Ursuleo, a scribe of the Aragonese court, and to date both of them before 1471, particular focus being on the implications of such dating for the Catullan studies.

An Hypothesis Regarding the Scribe of London, British Library Burney 133 and 343 / Grandi, G.. - In: PAIDEIA. - ISSN 0030-9435. - 71(2016), pp. 647-657. [10.1400/247609]

An Hypothesis Regarding the Scribe of London, British Library Burney 133 and 343

GRANDI, GIOVANNI
2016

Abstract

On the basis of previous bibliography and new palaeographical and codicological evidence, the present paper aims to attribute two manuscripts of Catullus and Pontano to Virgilio Ursuleo, a scribe of the Aragonese court, and to date both of them before 1471, particular focus being on the implications of such dating for the Catullan studies.
An Hypothesis Regarding the Scribe of London, British Library Burney 133 and 343 / Grandi, G.. - In: PAIDEIA. - ISSN 0030-9435. - 71(2016), pp. 647-657. [10.1400/247609]
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