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The Role of Maximos Planudes and Nikephoros Gregoras in the Transmission of Cassius Dio’s Roman History and of John Xiphilinos’ Epitome

AuthorsPérez Martín, Inmaculada
Issue Date2015
PublisherEdizioni dell' Orso
CitationMedioevo Greco 15: 175-193 (2015)
AbstractThis paper gives a date of around 1290 to Planudes' reading of Xiphilinos' Epitome of Cassius Dio and to the fragments from this text that he included in his Synagoge, as well as in the notes supplementing his exemplar of Cleomedes. We still have the copy of Xiphilinos used by Planudes, Iviron 812: this is in fact the only witness of Paeanios' translation of Eutropius and of a long fragment from John of Antioch's Historia cbronike. This miscellaneous codex, copied from the end of the eleventh century and from the first half of the twelfth (and not from the fourteenth as is usually stated, following Lampros), was annotated by Maximos Planudes and used by Nikephoros Gregoras in the selection from John of Antioch, Eutropius and Xiphilinos reflected in his notebook, Palat. Heidelberg, gr. 129. From the middle of the fourteenth century, Gregoras also annotated Marc. gr. 395, the oldest witness of Cassius Dio, probably preserved at the Chora Monastery.
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