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Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional Mss/4683: il codice e i suoi scoliasti

AuthorsCaballero Sánchez, Paula
Greek paleography and codicology
Byzantine Education and Scholarship
Textual Transmission
Issue Date20-Nov-2014
CitationMEG 13: 1-10(2013)
AbstractAmong the preserved Aristophanes’ codices veteres, there is the Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional Mss/4683, an important manuscript for its paleographical and philological value which shows how Aristophanes was read and commented in Byzantium, especially during the Palaeologan period (1261-1453). The current paper deals with the textual and paleographical study of the main scribe and the marginal hands that wrote scholia on the comedies, to find out the exegetical tradition of the manuscript.
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